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Al Monk prepaid for funeral services at the Highland Funeral Home in 2012.

Toronto family told they couldn’t cremate father because of possible medical implants

About 37 crude oil cars have derailed and oil is leaking near St. Lazare, Man.

‘You can smell crude in the air’: Train carrying oil derails near western Manitoba village

Steel pipe to be used in the oil pipeline construction of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project sits on rail cars at a stockpile site in Kamloops, B.C.

Ottawa may have overpaid for Trans Mountain by up to $1B, parliamentary budget officer says

Toronto police Supt. Ron Taverner has returned to his job with Toronto police while the appointment is investigated. (CBC)

Doug Ford won’t commit to following integrity commissioner’s recommendations on Taverner

Al Harrington is an Ojibway man who lives in the Mohawk community of Kanesatake. He said he does not plan on registering his rifle with Quebec's new long-gun registry.

First Nations want to be consulted on Quebec’s long-gun registry

Eritrean refugees want to sue B.C.-based Nevsun Resources over alleged forced labour at its gold mine.

Top court weighs precedent-setting case of human rights breaches at Canadian mine in Eritrea

Federal government must take 'immediate action' to preserve manufacturing jobs, Ontario premier warns.

Doug Ford blames Trudeau’s carbon tax for GM plant closure

The drug works. It is safe. But it's no longer available anywhere in the world.

How a Canadian medical breakthrough that was 30 years in the making became the world’s most expensive drug — and then quickly disappeared

The eagle feathers now available at Nova Scotia courts were harvested by Mi'kmaq in New Brunswick. Their cases were hand made in Nova Scotia.

Eagle feathers introduced to Nova Scotia court system for legal affirmations