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Quebec newborn found in shoebox in stable condition; mother could face charge

LAVAL, Que. — Police north of Montreal say a newborn baby left in a shoebox earlier this week was in stable condition Friday and her mother could face charges stemming from the discovery.
Municipalities work to support those with hoarding issues

Municipalities work to support those with hoarding issues

From within the walls of her two-bedroom Toronto apartment, Yvonne Zilber has produced enough material to fully furnish two houses.
Feds facing short runway on fighter jets amid new questions about schedule

Feds facing short runway on fighter jets amid new questions about schedule

OTTAWA — Canada's tortured effort to buy new fighter jets is facing a fresh challenge as uncertainty about when the aircraft will arrive is making it hard for officials to know how long the military's aging CF-18s must stay in the air.

Appeal Court raps feds for inaction on inmate segregation; grants brief stay

TORONTO — A clearly unhappy Ontario Court of Appeal has granted the federal government another reprieve from an earlier ruling that found parts of its solitary-confinement regime to be unconstitutional.
Can't ignore frustrated patient's 'heartbreaking' video, doctors group says

Can't ignore frustrated patient's 'heartbreaking' video, doctors group says

HALIFAX — A viral video made by a frustrated young Nova Scotia mother who says she waited two years for her cancer diagnosis can't be ignored, says the president of the Canadian Medical Association. Dr.
Dominic LeBlanc taking leave from cabinet to battle new cancer

Dominic LeBlanc taking leave from cabinet to battle new cancer

OTTAWA — Dominic LeBlanc is stepping away temporarily from his duties as federal intergovernmental and northern affairs minister after being diagnosed with a type of blood cancer.
Ex-Afghanistan hostage Boyle to fight wife's appeal over assault-trial evidence

Ex-Afghanistan hostage Boyle to fight wife's appeal over assault-trial evidence

OTTAWA — A legal challenge by former Afghanistan captive Joshua Boyle's wife in the middle of his sexual-assault trial sets a "very dangerous precedent" that could be disastrous for such proceedings across Canada, Boyle's lawyer says.
Editor found guilty of promoting hate seeks to stave off jail term

Editor found guilty of promoting hate seeks to stave off jail term

TORONTO — A publication found to have been filled with hatred against women and Jews was a valuable relief valve for men prone to violence, its convicted editor told his sentencing hearing on Friday.
Last member of Vancouver baseball team that fought racism helps unveil new stamp

Last member of Vancouver baseball team that fought racism helps unveil new stamp

BURNABY, B.C. — A new Canada Post stamp honours an amateur Japanese-Canadian baseball team that used sport to battle racism and discrimination.
Father of Quebec City mosque shooter says his son isn't a terrorist

Father of Quebec City mosque shooter says his son isn't a terrorist

QUEBEC — The father of the Quebec City mosque shooter is urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and others to stop referring to his son as a terrorist.