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  1. Minor hockey players tribute teammate killed in alleged triple homicide
    Minor hockey players paid tribute to their fallen teammate in their first game since their star goalie was killed in an alleged triple homicide east of Toronto.
  2. Canadian standup comedian Mike MacDonald dies from heart complications
    Mike MacDonald, a pioneer of the Canadian standup comedy scene, has died.
  3. Cirque du Soleil performer dies after fall at Florida show
    A 38-year-old Cirque du Soleil performer died after falling during a Saturday evening performance in Tampa, Fla., the Canadian entertainment company announced Sunday.
  4. U.K. art teacher wins $1M teaching prize for inner city work
    A school teacher from the U.K. won a highly competitive $1 million teaching prize on Sunday for her work with inner city children in London, helping students feel welcome and safe in a borough with one of the highest murder rates in the country and where English is frequently spoken as a second language at home.
  5. Mystery of missing N.B. teen haunts family, eludes police for three decades
    Forty-eight hours before her 16th birthday, Kimberly Ann Amero vanished without a trace. It was a September night in 1985, and the Saint John, N.B., teen was at a fair in the city's east end.
  6. 'Targeted' shooting outside Toronto bowling alley leaves 2 dead: police
    Police in Toronto are looking for three suspects after a man and a woman were killed in a shooting outside a Toronto bowling alley.
  7. A frustrated Trump lashes out at special counsel Mueller
    U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday took out his frustrations over the intensifying Russia investigation by lashing out at special counsel Robert Mueller, signalling a possible shift away from a strategy of co-operating with a probe he believes is biased against him.
  8. AP Exclusive: Kushner Cos. filed false NYC housing paperwork
    When the Kushner Cos. bought three apartment buildings in a gentrifying neighbourhood of Queens in 2015, most of the tenants were protected by special rules that prevent developers from pushing them out, raising rents and turning a tidy profit.