• Canada should fly vulnerable Afghans directly here, do checks after: advocate
    Fresh calls to help more Afghans flee the Taliban have emerged in the last week, following the killing of former Afghan MP Mursal Nabizada.
    Jan 22
  • ‘Gilmore Girls’ Luke’s Diner pop-ups coming to Toronto, Vancouver
    The makeshift Luke's Diners will be active one day only, so take advantage, 'Gilmore Girls' fans!
    Oct 4, 2016
  • ‘Gilmore Girls’ actor Brian Tarantina dies at 60
    Brian Tarantina was found on his couch, unconscious and unresponsive.
    Nov 4, 2019
  • How close is too close to the far-right? Why some experts are worried about Canada’s MPs
    "By legitimating the far right movement, Pierre Poilievre and politicians of his ilk are helping to grow that number," warned one anti-hate expert.
    Jul 7, 2022
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  • Cold Case Files: Toronto police searching for killer linked to 2 murders from 1983
    Twenty-two year old Erin Gilmour was on the cusp of starting her adult life. She had her own apartment in Yorkville and was just breaking into the fashion industry, working at a high-end clothing boutique. But her life was unexpectedly cut short.
    Oct 27, 2016
  • The dark side of social media: What Canada is — and isn’t — doing about it
    Global News is unravelling the many facets of influence social media companies have — both offline and on — and what the government is doing to try to about them.
    Jan 12, 2022
  • Canada housing market outlook 2023: Here’s what buyers and sellers can expect
    What does 2023 have in store for the Canadian housing market? Here's what you can expect for home prices, and which markets and property types could see growth.
    Dec 30, 2022
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  • Teen ‘sexual cult’ in Ontario foster home known to Children’s Aid Society, victim says
    Stories from an eastern Ontario foster home show that teens were being taken advantage of and nothing was being done to stop it.
    Jun 12, 2019
  • Canada ‘limited’ on ability to help Afghans, Trudeau says after ex-MP killed
    'We condemn the murder of Mursal Nabizada, a former Afghan parliamentarian, who bravely fought for the rights of women and girls,' the statement read.
    Jan 17
  • Children for sale: Canada’s youth at the heart of the rising sex trade
    "The majority of victims are not people being brought from other countries into Canada, it's Canadian young women."
    Nov 30, 2020
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  • ‘Very toxic environment’: Canadian gymnasts allege years of abuse, call for action
    There are growing calls in Canada to address abusive practices in gymnastics, with athletes alleging ongoing abuse in gyms across the country.
    Apr 26, 2022
  • All Métis residential school survivors must be recognized, MNC president says
    Today, some schools that harmed Métis students are still not recognized by governments as residential schools, according to Caron.
    Jan 8
  • Woman who survived month naked in the woods says family was motivation to live
    “I kept thinking I would find a person or a house, even if it was empty, but there was nothing. Nothing but nature.”
    Aug 18, 2017
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  • Canadian gymnasts call for probe into years of abuse: ‘We can no longer sit in silence’
    On Monday, more than 70 gymnasts wrote to Sport Canada asking for an independent investigation into what they say is a toxic culture full of abusive practices.
    Mar 28, 2022
  • Drag events in Canada are facing a ‘crisis’ of hate, advocate warns. What can be done?
    Between 2019 and 2021, there was a 64 per cent uptick in hate crimes targeting sexual orientation, according to Statistics Canada.
    Jan 17
  • Family, friends of Jessica Lloyd mark decade since Russell Williams received life sentence
    "Every year, obviously, we have birthdays and the anniversary of her death that comes up."
    Oct 21, 2020
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  • Toronto ‘chair girl’ sentenced to $2K fine, probation, community service
    Zoia's lawyer Greg Leslie argued no jail time was necessary, stating her decision to hurl the chair over the 45th-floor balcony was due to alcohol and peer pressure.
    Jul 21, 2020
  • Delta, B.C. high school in mourning after 17-year-old girl found dead
    Maaike Blom was found dead inside a home on Tsawwassen First Nation lands south of Vancouver on Tuesday. She had been reported missing two days earlier.
    Dec 8, 2021
  • Girl sexually assaulted by man she met on Toronto subway, police say
    A teen girl was sexually assaulted by a man she met while travelling on the Toronto subway, police say, and officers are now searching for the suspect.
    Jan 25
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  • Ottawa’s new anti-Islamophobia advisor is facing backlash. Here’s what to know
    In 2019, Amira Elghawaby criticized Quebec's Bill 21, which bans certain government employees, including teachers and police officers, from wearing religious symbols on the job.
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