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Three dead, two injured in shooting at downtown Toronto Airbnb

TORONTO — Three men have died after a shooting that police said happened at a party in a downtown Toronto Airbnb rental on Friday night. Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders said gunshots rang out in the condo complex at about 10:30 p.m.
Federal IT systems at risk of 'critical failure,' Trudeau warned in memo

Federal IT systems at risk of 'critical failure,' Trudeau warned in memo

OTTAWA — Newly released briefing notes for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau describe the dire state of federal computer systems, which deliver billions in benefits and are on the precipice of collapse.

No winning ticket for Friday night's $27 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $27 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw. That means the jackpot for the next draw on Feb. 4 will grow to approximately $32 million. The Canadian Press
Catholic bishops urge Trudeau to scrap changes to assisted dying legislation

Catholic bishops urge Trudeau to scrap changes to assisted dying legislation

OTTAWA — The president of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has written to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to voice "very serious concern" about proposed changes to medical assistance in dying legislation.
Canada has fourth case of new coronavirus, but officials say it is a mild one

Canada has fourth case of new coronavirus, but officials say it is a mild one

TORONTO — Canada now has four confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, though health officials say the latest Ontario case is a mild one and there's no evidence of heightened risk to the public.
Trudeau says 'deliberate process' underway to get Canadians out of virus zone

Trudeau says 'deliberate process' underway to get Canadians out of virus zone

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is going through a "deliberate process" to airlift nearly 200 Canadians out of the epicentre of the novel coronavirus outbreak in China, while other countries continue to get their ci
Manitoba First Nation loses court bid for continued flood evacuation benefits

Manitoba First Nation loses court bid for continued flood evacuation benefits

WINNIPEG — A Manitoba First Nation has lost its bid to have Ottawa continue paying evacuation benefits to people forced from their homes by flooding in 2011. Lake St.
B.C. real estate portal goes national

B.C. real estate portal goes national

Company's listings will now cover major Canadian cities across the country
Packed house at Brock University for Trudeau town hall meeting

Packed house at Brock University for Trudeau town hall meeting

Audience questions ranged from Indigenous rights to cannabis, to the effects of social media