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Latest mass hysteria over clowns stems from baseless reports but the consequences can be dangerous A terror is sweeping North America. Reports of demonic clowns trying to lure children into the woods have spiked dramatically, to dozens in the past few days from a normal baseline of zero. Clowns with knives have accosted strangers on lonely roads, and stared menacingly at...

Jumping to the rescue: Royal Canadian Air Force gives bird’s-eye view of training mission There is a lot more to the training scenario than just spotting a downed plane. Once it's located, a specialized medical team jumps from the Hercules and lands at the crash site.

Most provinces non-committal on Ottawa’s revenue-neutral carbon plan Two provinces, B.C. and New Brunswick, have committed to making their carbon tax plan revenue neutral. Most have yet to announce their plans while Alberta and Nova Scotia are opposed to the idea.

Beach tennis could soon be the new big hit in Canada A tennis player from Laval, QC is trying to push one of the fastest-growing sports in the world into a big hit in Canada.

Grieving parents urge Ottawa not to stop parental benefits after sudden infant death After her four-month-old girl died of SIDS, Candace Sims was informed by the federal government that her parental benefits had been cut off and that she owed $600 for EI she had received after the death.

DNA test dashes Montreal mother’s hopes that U.S. woman is long-missing daughter MONTREAL — A Montreal mother’s two-month wait to find out if an American woman who contacted her this summer was, in fact, her long-missing daughter has ended in disappointment. Liliane Cyr’s daughter, Yohanna, then aged 18 months, went missing from the family’s apartment in 1978. On Aug. 5, Cyr received...

Ruined: When children themselves feel the full brunt of child pornography laws Chloe Cushman/National Post S.B. was 14 years old when he was charged with distributing child pornography. He sat in the city cells in Kamloops, B.C., and wept. The teen was an elite hockey player, handsome, popular, a jokester. In 2014, he received a picture on his phone, a “sext,” from...

New military team aims to end sexual misconduct Atlantic region investigators have joined a national military team to end sexual misconduct in the forces.

‘Shining a light on the hypocrisy’: Canada urged to vote against human rights abusers OTTAWA — A former Liberal justice minister is raising concerns over human rights abusers on the UN’s Human Rights Council, and urging the Canadian government to vote against their re-instatement in the UN General Assembly’s secret ballots.  Former justice minister and long-time Liberal MP Irwin Cotler, who founded the Raoul...

Hurricane Matthew expected to spare Maritimes: meteorologist The Canadian Hurricane Centre says the latest computer models suggest hurricane Matthew is unlikely to pose much of a threat to Canada's East Coast.

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