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Banks tell dozens of customers they're to blame for thousands of dollars lost to e-transfer fraudsters - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 20:00:51 EDT
Rene Trudeau

A Manitoba man says marketing that claims people are protected when they e-transfer money is misleading, after fraudsters stole $3,000 and TD Bank said he was to blame. Rene Trudeau is one of dozens of people who contacted Go Public about frustrating e-transfer battles with their banks.

Former military ombudsman claims DND vendetta drove him into retirement - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 04:00:00 EDT
Gary Walbourne

CBC News has learned Canada’s former military ombudsman and three of his staff members were subjected to an internal defence department review in 2017-18 - an investigation the retired watchdog says was a political and institutional vendetta. Gary Walbourne claims the complaints were given an extra push after he and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan had a major, private falling out.

Impact of blackface scandal unclear now, may not be revealed until ballots are cast - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 04:00:00 EDT
FedElxn Liberals 20190922

Polls this week might clarify what initial impact Justin Trudeau's blackface scandal had on voters, but its longer-term fallout is what will decide this election.

Supreme Court to hear cases in Winnipeg in historic first - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 04:00:00 EDT
Supreme Court of Canada file CP

For the first time in its nearly 145-year history, the Supreme Court of Canada will hear two cases outside Ottawa.

Soaring rents and house prices in Canadian cities make housing a key election issue - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 04:00:00 EDT
Jeff Gallant

Cost of living is a big election issue according to a CBC News-commissioned poll, and housing is the biggest single expense for most Canadians. As the campaign has unfolded, the federal parties have begun to unveil plans on how they'd make life more affordable for voters.

Why people who need help most lose out on election handout promises: Don Pittis - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 04:00:00 EDT
climate strike

Young and poor people may need help most but during elections the single priority of winning means handouts for the better off, even if it's not the best thing for the economy.

Raptors' Masai Ujiri on winning, losing Kawhi Leonard, 'the shove,' and his own future with the team - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 04:00:00 EDT
Masai Ujiri discusses Kawhi Leonard trade on July 20, 2018

In an exclusive interview, Raptors president Masai Ujiri talks about winning, losing Kawhi Leonard, that controversial shove in Oakland, the fallout from the DeMar DeRozan trade, and his perspective on his own future with the team.

'They can do better': Loblaws violated labour laws in Ontario, still isn't paying overtime to drivers - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 04:00:00 EDT
Trevor Enos and Roger Siroky

Last September, an arbitrator ruled Loblaws was in violation of Ontario's Employment Standards Act by only paying drivers at its Cambridge, Ont., warehouse overtime after working 60 hours a week. One year later, the grocery chain has not changed the way it pays.

The 1st First Nations to participate in a federal election reflect on the politics of voting - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 04:00:00 EDT
Hiawatha 1960 vote

Some First Nations groups say voting gives people a voice and a seat at the political table that was not guaranteed until legislation was introduced in 1960 legislation. But others argue that participating in Canadian politics goes against traditional governance structures.

Family of multi-millionaire who died mysteriously in Ethiopia searches for answers - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 17:24:04 EDT
Michael Gebru

Friends, family and members of the Ethiopian community gathered at a packed church on Saturday to grieve and remember Michael Gebru — a man they say remained a generous soul concerned about his community despite going from laid-off assembly plant worker to multi-millionaire. 

1 person sent to hospital following shooting in Vancouver's DTES - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 20:36:44 EDT
Police tape, crime scene shooting Hastings and Dunlevy 22 Sept. 2019

VANDU says the shooting happened in its doorway, while Vancouver police say it was targeted and isolated. The victim, described as a man in his 40s, is in stable condition but no arrests have been made. Police also responded to a separate incident blocks away.

Leaders talk financial relief, but Trudeau still quizzed over blackface scandal - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 19:24:51 EDT
FedElxn Liberals 20190922

Days after the blackface scandal rocked the election campaign, federal party leaders on Sunday appeared to be looking to move on, rolling out policies that would provide financial relief for voters. But Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau continued to face questions about the controversy.

Angry emails to PMO question RCMP competence in hunt for B.C. homicide suspects - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 07:00:00 EDT
NORTHERN BC DOUBLE HOMICIDE Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod

Canadians from coast to coast wrote to the Prime Minister’s Office during the hunt for the country’s two most wanted men this summer, some expressing outrage with how the search for Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod was handled.

Jagmeet Singh appears on top Quebec talk show, says he shares Quebecers' values - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 23:06:33 EDT
jagmeet singh

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh appeared on Quebec's flagship talk show on Sunday, saying he shares Quebecers' values on issues like abortion and same-sex marriage

'More than we expected': Ocearch spots 5 great white sharks off Cape Breton - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 16:54:09 EDT
Unama'ki ocearch great white shark hay island nova scotia

Five great white sharks have been spotted, and three have been tagged in Ocearch's latest expedition off the coast of Cape Breton.

'Very childish': Indigenous ceremony interrupted, mocked during rally for climate change - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 23:29:00 -0400
Several police officers were called to the Alberta Legislature Sunday evening after tensions rose during an Indigenous ceremony that led a climate change crisis rally.
'Everest has not gone away:' Sharon Wood tells story of historic summit in book - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 05:00:49 -0400
More than three decades after becoming the first woman from the Americas to summit Mount Everest, Sharon Wood looks back with pride about how she reached the top rather than how she made history.
Court hears disclosure arguments in Meng Wanzhou case - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 04:18:35 -0400
Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's case is scheduled to return to court today, when arguments over the disclosure of documents is expected to be heard ahead of her extradition trial.
'It's like five steps away from the door': Edmontonian challenging city parking ticket - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 23:56:00 -0400
An Edmonton man with a disability is calling out the City's parking enforcement for writing him a $100 parking ticket while unloading his daughter.
Experts say notwithstanding clause may not stop feds from challenging Bill 21 - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 08:11:12 -0400
Constitutional efforts say the federal government does have legal options that could put the brakes on Bill 21, Quebec's controversial religious symbols legislation.
911 dispatcher tells man not to call again for 'fried chicken mishaps' - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 11:33:00 -0400
An Ontario police service is reminding people only to use 911 during emergencies after receiving a call for a man who was upset that he had received tomatoes on his chicken sandwich.
'Ornamental' vegetables planted by Crown corporation were once donated to food bank - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 10:06:00 -0400
Vegetables planted along the Rideau Canal are not meant to be consumed by humans, the Crown corporation behind the project says, even though some of them were once donated to a food bank.
Anti-radicalization program evolves to help new Canadians, socially awkward youth - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 10:35:00 -0400
A Calgary-based program set up to deal with people leaving for overseas to fight for ISIS now helps people with violent ideologies, socially awkward youth or new Canadians struggling to fit in.
'Canada is terrible': Wrestling superstar handed speeding ticket in Alberta - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 12:43:00 -0400
A wrestling superstar is proclaiming “Canada is terrible” after she was handed a speeding ticket in Alberta.
'Why is it taking so long?': Wrongfully convicted man wants system to change - Sun, 22 Sep 2019 09:16:43 -0400
Glen Assoun, who spent 17 years in prison after a wrongful conviction, says he wants his suffering to bring change: an independent, well-funded review system to investigate alleged cases like his.

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