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Judge extends order suspending legal proceedings against three tobacco companies

TORONTO — An Ontario court has extended an order suspending legal proceedings against three major tobacco companies as they try to negotiate a settlement with their creditors.
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
Search resumes for First World War warships in Lake Superior

Search resumes for First World War warships in Lake Superior

Two French minesweepers built in Thunder Bay disappeared 99 years ago
Ontario researchers working on way to cure weed faster

Ontario researchers working on way to cure weed faster

Don't panic, but they are worried there might not be enough
Teen who lost both parents to mental health issues mailed letters to all 338 MPs, only 40 responded

Teen who lost both parents to mental health issues mailed letters to all 338 MPs, only 40 responded

Most conspicuous of the non-responses is the member for Papineau — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Fan remembers Gordie Howe as a 'prince of a man' at visitation

Fan remembers Gordie Howe as a 'prince of a man' at visitation

Hockey fans at Detroit's Joe Louis Arena Tuesday remembered NHL legend Gordie Howe as the "king of hockey" and as a kind husband and father. A public visitation was held for the former Red Wings player who died last week at 88.

Raw: Wolf pups debut at Chicago area zoo

Three one-month-old woof puppies debuted at the Brookfield Zoo near Chicago recently. The Mexican gray wolf puppies were born at the zoo April 25.
Fort McMurray explosions push back re-entry plans: Notley

Fort McMurray explosions push back re-entry plans: Notley

Rachel Notley says plans to have residents re-enter Fort McMurray are on hold after two explosions in the city. On Tuesday, the Alberta premier said about 8,000 people have been evacuated from camps north of the city.
Raw: Victim rescued in quake aftermath

Raw: Victim rescued in quake aftermath

An 18-year-old man was rescued on Sunday after he had been trapped for over 24 hours inside a building that collapsed when an earthquake struck Taiwan. Local broadcaster EBC also aired pictures of an unidentified man being reunited with his dog. (Feb. 7)