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Ontario court ruling challenges federal assisted-dying bill - The Globe and Mail (subscription)

The Globe and Mail (subscription)

Ontario court ruling challenges federal assisted-dying bill
The Globe and Mail (subscription)
A new court ruling on assisted death is raising questions about whether the Liberal government's proposed law is constitutional, as the House of Commons prepares to vote Tuesday on a historic bill to legalize the practice
Assisted death is the first ...

Five things: what happens after Supreme Court's June 6 assisted-death deadline?Ottawa Citizen
Letters and comments, May 31Winnipeg Free Press
Assisted dying bill may not hit deadline, health minister admitsCTV News
National Post -Independent Catholic News -News1130 -Journal Pioneer
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Toronto-area police force suspends Twitter account after being hacked - Winnipeg Free Press

Toronto-area police force suspends Twitter account after being hacked
Winnipeg Free Press
BRAMPTON, Ont
- A Toronto-area police force says its Twitter account was hacked Monday night and had to be temporarily shut down
Insp
Dan Richardson of Peel Regional police tweeted around 9 p.m
that the force's main account had been hacked.


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Brawl erupts in Costco parking lot after dispute over spot - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Brawl erupts in Costco parking lot after dispute over spot
CBC.ca
Video of a disagreement over a parking spot that led to a brawl outside a Costco this past weekend in Mississauga, Ont., has prompted an investigation by Peel Regional Police
Joe Carreiro was walking back to his car, arms filled with bulk purchases ...

Fight over Costco parking spot turns bloodyToronto Star

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Safety, health concerns could delay return of up to 2000 Fort Mac evacuees for months - Toronto Star

Toronto Star

Safety, health concerns could delay return of up to 2000 Fort Mac evacuees for months
Toronto Star
Premier Rachel Notley says up to 2,000 evacuees expecting to move back to their homes in fire-damaged Fort McMurray this week will not be able to do so until possibly September
By The Canadian Press
Mon., May 30, 2016
EDMONTON?Up to 2,000 ...

Evacuees ponder the return to a very different Fort McMurrayMetroNews Canada
Update: Caustic ash keeps about 2000 people from going home to Fort McMurray on scheduleEdmonton Journal
Suncor begins restart operations as thousands of workers returnFort McMurray Today

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$5 Million Maltese eagle stolen in BC - CTV News

CTV News

$5 Million Maltese eagle stolen in BC
CTV News
Police in British Columbia are investigating after a bejewelled eagle worth millions of dollars was snatched in a violent robbery
Delta Police say the solid gold eagle encrusted with more than 700 diamonds and an emerald weighing more than 12 carats ...

Thieves fly-off with Delta home owner's $9 million Maltese Eagle statueCJOB
Ladner robbery nets diamond-encrusted Maltese Eagle worth $6 millionBCLocalNews

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With the most slaves globally, India improves response to the scourge: study - Daily Mail

Financial Express

With the most slaves globally, India improves response to the scourge: study
Daily Mail
NEW DELHI, May 31 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - India has the most slaves in the world with over 18 million people trapped in debt bondage, forced into marriage, sold to brothels or born into servitude, according to a global slavery index, which noted ...
45.8 Million People Are Enslaved Across The WorldCanada NewsWire (press release)
'How modern slavery is destroying the environment'CNN
45 Million In Global Slavery -- Fortunately Capitalism Kills Slavery Stone DeadForbes
International Business Times -Quartz -News24 -Zee News
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Mayka Kukucova sentenced to 15 years in prison for Andrew Bush's murder - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

Mayka Kukucova sentenced to 15 years in prison for Andrew Bush's murder
Daily Mail
Swimwear model Mayka Kukucova has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for the murder of her British businessman ex-boyfriend Andrew Bush
The Slovakian, 26, was also jailed for six months for breaking into his Costa del Sol home
Judge Ernesto ...

Slovakian swimwear model jailed for murder of UK millionaireDaily Star
Murdered Bristol jeweller's lover forgives his killerBristol Post

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World Health Organization advocates 'plain packaging' for tobacco - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.ca

World Health Organization advocates 'plain packaging' for tobacco
Globalnews.ca
GENEVA ? The UN health agency says ?plain packaging? on tobacco products has shown to be an effective complement to health warnings, advertising restrictions, and curbs on misleading packaging to help save lives
The World Health Organization ...

One year on -- Beijing's strictest smoking banXinhua
New Zealand backs plain packaging for cigarettesYahoo News
Opioids can make your pain worse, says studyEconomic Times
Times of India -News24 -Rappler -euronews
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Marco Estrada gives Blue Jays exactly what they need in victory over Yankees - Toronto Star

Toronto Star

Marco Estrada gives Blue Jays exactly what they need in victory over Yankees
Toronto Star
Estrada's eight-inning outing in a 4-2 win over the Yankees was another masterful effort from the right-hander
But it was the length of the outing that was just as valuable, as it gave the overworked bullpen a much-needed break
Blue Jays starter ...

Blue Jays almost blow Marco Estrada's gem, hold on to defeat YankeesCBC.ca
Marco Estrada, Ryan Goins lead Blue Jays over YankeesPeterborough Examiner
Blue Jays outlast the Yankees, 4-2The Boston Globe
The Journal News | LoHud.com -CBSSports.com
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Scotiabank, which has biggest exposure to oil sector, lifts provision for bad loans by 40 per cent - Financial Post

Financial Post

Scotiabank, which has biggest exposure to oil sector, lifts provision for bad loans by 40 per cent
Financial Post
BloombergScotiabank, which has the biggest direct exposure of the major Canadian banks to the oil and gas industry, followed rivals Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of Montreal and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in reporting increased bad loan ...
Scotia tops profit estimates as CEO counts on less pain from oil patchbnn.ca
Bank results show economy better than thought: MayersToronto Star
Bad loan provisions jump at ScotiabankSeeking Alpha

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