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  1. Jewish group, residents of Ontario town urge new name for 'Swastika Trail'
    A major Jewish advocacy group in Canada has stepped up efforts to help some residents of an Ontario town convince local politicians to rename a street currently called Swastika Trail.
  2. 'Chester' is 4th cetacean dead at Vancouver Aquarium this year
    A false killer whale has died at the Vancouver Aquarium, becoming the fourth cetacean to die at the facility in the past year.
  3. Bill to clear past convictions for consensual same-sex activity coming Tuesday
    The Liberal government will introduce legislation Tuesday to expunge the criminal records of Canadians previously convicted of consensual sexual activity with same-sex partners.
  4. Borutski guilty in Ottawa Valley murder rampage
    Jurors found Basil Borutski guilty Friday on two counts of first-degree murder and one of second-degree murder in the deaths of three women killed two years ago during an hour-long, revenge-fuelled rampage across the Ottawa Valley.
  5. Calgary man found guilty in death of former girlfriend stabbed 75 times
    33-year-old Kevin Rubletz has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the stabbing death of his former common-law partner, Jessica Rae Newman.
  6. 'Sleeping Beauty' sends wrong message about consent, schoolboy's mother says
    A mother from Northumberland Park, U.K., is calling for her son’s school to ban “Sleeping Beauty” due to its conflicting message about sexual consent.
  7. Moose dodges traffic in southern Ontario suburbs
    A wayward moose created quite the commotion after it was caught on camera dodging traffic, traversing through residential neighbourhoods and running across airport runways in Markham, Ont.
  8. Sobeys to cut 800 office jobs as part of reorganization
    The Sobeys grocery business will be cutting about 800 office jobs across Canada as part of efforts to create one efficient national organization out of five regional operations, the company announced Friday.