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When a Juno doesn't pay the bills: 5-time nominee moonlights as a school teacher

When a Juno doesn't pay the bills: 5-time nominee moonlights as a school teacher

TORONTO — Diana Panton is leading a double life.

Fort McMurray plans 'tranquil', dawn-to-dusk gathering to anniversary of wildfire

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. — A "tranquil, welcoming, supportive" gathering will be held to mark the one-year anniversary of the devastating wildfire in northeastern Alberta.

Chummy east Vancouver crow faces lengthy recovery after suspected beating

VANCOUVER — The east Vancouver crow that is celebrated for his gregarious antics will remain in a bird hospital for at least another week after his caretaker says the bird was attacked.

Randal Dooley's father set to appear before parole board today

A man convicted of killing his son in what's been called one of the worst cases of child abuse in Canadian history is expected to appear before the Parole Board of Canada today.

Strike averted as Purolator and Teamsters reach tentative agreement

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Purolator says it has reached a tentative contract agreement with Teamsters Canada ahead of today's strike deadline.
Five stories in the news today, March 29

Five stories in the news today, March 29

Five stories in the news for Wednesday, March 29: ——— DEADLINE PASSES FOR CONSERVATIVE RIVALS TO SIGN UP NEW MEMBERS The deadline came and went at midnight for the Conservative leadership contenders to sign up new members.
Unhappy trails? Parks documents show concerns with Icefield Highway bike path

Unhappy trails? Parks documents show concerns with Icefield Highway bike path

It sounds like a no-brainer — a bike trail alongside a world-famous scenic highway through two of Canada's best-loved national parks.
GOP infighting stalled health reform: will it stall rest of Trump agenda?

GOP infighting stalled health reform: will it stall rest of Trump agenda?

WASHINGTON — In the screams of a right-wing radio host came the faint whisper of a fractured political coalition. "Lie after lie, year after year, election after election," Mark Levin shouted this week, in one of his inimitable radio rants.
Deadline passes for Conservative rivals to sign up new members

Deadline passes for Conservative rivals to sign up new members

OTTAWA — The deadline has come and gone for the Conservative leadership contenders to sign up new members.

Doctor tells inquest woman killed in laundry chute fall went down feet first

REGINA — A doctor says the injuries of a woman who died after falling 10 storeys through a Regina hotel's laundry chute suggest she probably went down feet first, though he admits there's a possibility she went backwards and head first.