• Why Meghan Markle's new title is so special
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    Why Meghan Markle's new title is so special

    "Very symbolic and very appropriate choice."

  • Comedian Mike Bullard faces three new charges
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    Comedian Mike Bullard faces three new charges

    Mike Bullard is photographed in 2015 in Mississauga, Ont., while he was still the host of a radio show on CFRB in Toronto. Toronto police have confirmed comedian Mike Bullard was slapped with more criminal charges this week. Police say the former TV and radio talk show host was arrested this week and

  • VOTE: Did Jason Kenney cross the line with Trudeau insults?
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    VOTE: Did Jason Kenney cross the line with Trudeau insults?

    Alberta’s United Conservative leader Jason Kenney took a shot at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, insulting his intelligence and ability to govern the country. “This guy is an empty trust-fund millionaire who has the political depth of a finger bowl,” Kenney told the Calgary Sun’s Rick Bell.

  • QUIZ: How well do you know Meghan Markle?
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    QUIZ: How well do you know Meghan Markle?

    You may know a lot about Prince Harry, who's been in the public eye for more than three decades, but what about his bride?

  • Here's the Victoria Day long weekend forecast for Canada
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    Here's the Victoria Day long weekend forecast for Canada

    If you live in British Columbia, you might want to hold off on any hiking plans as you can expect an up-and-down weather pattern, says Brett Anderson, a senior meteorologist with AccuWeather. “Saturday and Sunday there could be some isolated showers on the immediate coast and across the interior, but

  • Syrian family returns Canada's favour, one 'peace' of chocolate at a time
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    Syrian family returns Canada's favour, one 'peace' of chocolate at a time

    When the community of Antigonish, Nova Scotia decided to sponsor a Syrian family and bring them to their town, little did they know that family would become an example of hope and peace across Canada. Through starting their business Peace by Chocolate, the Hadhad family quickly became ambassadors for

  • Highway 401 drama: Dash cam captures woman's fall from SUV in rush hour
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    Highway 401 drama: Dash cam captures woman's fall from SUV in rush hour

    This week, as Brendon Colaco waited in rush hour traffic on Highway 401 near Blackcreek Drive, his camera captured the moment a woman violently tumbled from a moving vehicle and onto the asphalt in front of him. The video, which he shared on web content aggregator Reddit, shows a woman fall into a live

  • NDP says candidate's controversial call to slash teachers' salaries doesn't reflect party
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    NDP says candidate's controversial call to slash teachers' salaries doesn't reflect party

    In the race to govern Ontario, the battle over teachers is a key one along the way. Last week in the province, the Liberals took aim at the New Democrats after the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario announced they were endorsing the NDP ahead of the June 7 election. The Liberals pointed to

  • Tell us: What are your thoughts on the future of immigration in Canada?
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    Tell us: What are your thoughts on the future of immigration in Canada?

    A group of new Canadians who originate from countries that are competing in Pan Am Games pose for pictures at the Pan Am Games celebration. A new report by the Conference Board of Canada has revealed the consequences if Canada put a total end of immigration. The report warns that if immigration were

  • VOTE: Do you hear Yanny or Laurel? We explain the odd auditory illusion
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    VOTE: Do you hear Yanny or Laurel? We explain the odd auditory illusion

    Remember in 2015 when The Dress broke the internet? Well 2018 just found the audio equivalent. Take a listen to this: What do you hear?! Yanny or Laurel pic.twitter.com/jvHhCbMc8I

  • Images show Hawaii's Big Island before and after volcanic eruptions
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    Images show Hawaii's Big Island before and after volcanic eruptions

    In this handout photo provided by the U.S. Geological Survey, a lava flow emerges from a new fissure just over a half mile northeast of the end of Hinalo Street as a result of Kilauea volcano activity on Hawaii’s Big Island on May 13, 2018 in Pahoa, Hawaii. The U.S. Geological Survey said a recent lowering

  • Former prime minister, 'private citizen' Stephen Harper says he could 'easily' be leader again
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    Former prime minister, 'private citizen' Stephen Harper says he could 'easily' be leader again

    Speaking to an audience in Stanford, Calif. in February, Harper said he could have turned the party into his "political vehicle" during his leadership if he'd wanted to, but that he chose not to amass too much power for the sake of the party. 

  • Skip spring, straight to summer? Alberta, B.C., New Brunswick smash daily heat records
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    Skip spring, straight to summer? Alberta, B.C., New Brunswick smash daily heat records

    The warm air of spring is finally here and some communities are feeling it like never before.

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  • What Canadians need to know when driving in the U.S.
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    What Canadians need to know when driving in the U.S.

    The charges against Nield have been dropped but the recent graduate wants her story to serve as a cautionary tale to fellow Canadians driving across the border. To find out what Canadians should know about the subject, Yahoo Canada News reached out to immigration and refugee lawyer, Joel Sandaluk.

  • You asked, Horwath answered: Ontario NDP leader put to test with sassy reader questions
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    You asked, Horwath answered: Ontario NDP leader put to test with sassy reader questions

    Ahead the election for the next Ontario premier, Yahoo Canada News spoke to NDP leader Andrea Horwath and asked her to respond to the questions and comments you had on her party, her vision for the province and her history in politics. Horwath’s “Change for the Better” platform emphasizes child care

  • Toronto van attack: What it means if the suspect is found 'Not Criminally Responsible'
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    Toronto van attack: What it means if the suspect is found 'Not Criminally Responsible'

    Flowers and candles are placed at a memorial for victims of the mass killing on Yonge Street at Finch Avenue on April 24, 2018 in Toronto, Canada. Toronto Police Services have not made any statements about Minassian’s mental state, but if he is found to be Not Criminally Responsible (NCR), the sentence

  • VOTE: Have you experienced racism in Canada?
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    VOTE: Have you experienced racism in Canada?

    Stories from recent years about racially-charged outbursts — like that of a woman in a Lethbridge, Alberta Denny's this month — and a seemingly growing white nationalist movement suggest racism thrives north of the 49th parallel.

  • Canada's summer forecast: Vancouver poised for best weather in country
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    Canada's summer forecast: Vancouver poised for best weather in country

    Summer is finally on its way and as per usual, the province that’s going to see the best weather is British Columbia. Victoria, Vancouver and the areas along the coast are shaping up to have an ideal summer, with lots of warm days and near-normal rainfall, said Brett Anderson, a senior meteorologist

  • Infographic: Who is the average Canadian pot user?
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    Infographic: Who is the average Canadian pot user?

    Legal cannabis is going to take Canadian commerce by storm, if experts at major Canadian banks are correct in their forecasting.

  • Canada's new mobile alert system fails first test
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    Canada's new mobile alert system fails first test

    Alert Ready, Canada’s new mobile public alerting system, had its first real-world test in Ontario and Quebec on May 7. The system is managed and administered by a company called Pelmorex Corp., in partnership with the federal government and wireless providers across Canada. “Automatically if you are

  • LIVE BLOG: Ontario leaders face off for first election debate
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    LIVE BLOG: Ontario leaders face off for first election debate

    Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne, centre, Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford, left, and NDP Leader Andrea Horwath take part in the Ontario Leaders debate in Toronto on May 7, 2018. This is the first of three debates scheduled before the provincial election on June 7, 2018. It’s finally time for

  • Canada becomes more accessible to immigrants with disability and illness
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    Canada becomes more accessible to immigrants with disability and illness

    The federal government has announced major changes to its outdated medical inadmissibility rules that will lead to fewer sick and disabled hopeful immigrants being turned away.

  • 'I govern through the people': Doug Ford faces scrutiny over Greenbelt kerfuffle
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    'I govern through the people': Doug Ford faces scrutiny over Greenbelt kerfuffle

    This bird can be commonly found in the many wetlands across Ontario’s Greenbelt. “The people have spoken — we won’t touch the Greenbelt,” PC Leader Doug Ford said Tuesday. Ontario’s Greenbelt is a 7,200-square-kilometre area of protected land containing farmland, forests, wetlands and watersheds that

  • What would you ask Ontario Green Party leader Mike Schreiner?
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    What would you ask Ontario Green Party leader Mike Schreiner?

    What would you ask Mike Schreiner, Ontario Green Party leader? If you watched the Ontario leadership debate held at the Jamaican Canadian Association last moth, you saw a relatively unknown addition to the discussion. Green Party leader Mike Schreiner was given the opportunity to discuss systemic racism