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BY ANN HUI
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford denied that he uses crack cocaine and questions the existence of a video depicting him using drugs.
“I do not use crack cocaine, nor am I an addict of crack cocaine,” Mayor Ford said in a press conference Friday afternoon.
The small, oil-rich Gulf nation made a surprise bid in late April to move the headquarters of the International Civil Aviation Organization
BY CAMPBELL CLARK, OTTAWA
Qatar has withdrawn its bid to take the headquarters of a major UN agency away from Montreal.
The small, oil-rich Gulf nation made a surprise bid in late April to move the headquarters of the International Civil Aviation Organization, which sets international rules for airplane transportation – sending the Canadian government into what Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird called a “tooth and nail” fight to keep it.
Wallin is under scrutiny for travel bills that were well above the average claimed by her fellow senators over the past several years
BY KIM MACKRAEL, OTTAWA
The Senate committee examining Pamela Wallin’s travel expenses has asked independent auditors to widen the scope of their review to include another year’s worth of the Saskatchewan senator’s expense claims.
Gawker editor John Cook says he has been unable to make contact with the purported video’s owner since Sunday
BY ANN HUI
As the online campaign to purchase an alleged video purported to show Rob Ford smoking crack cocaine nears its $200,000 goal, the project’s founder says his confidence in obtaining it “has diminished.”
The neighbourhood where the attack took place is a microcosm of London: mostly working class, but undergoing a transformation as new posh buildings go up. And ethnic tension is never far from the surface
BY PAUL WALDIE, LONDON
Lynne Booker came with flowers out of the memory of her murdered son. Tracy Kearns stopped to rant about the British government. And Father Michael Branch walked over to speak about peace.
Opposition says that constitutes interference in the audit process
BY BILL CURRY and STEVEN CHASE, OTTAWA
The Prime Minister’s former chief of staff, Nigel Wright, was in close contact with the senator who has been accused of whitewashing an audit of Mike Duffy’s expenses.
Study looks at mandated minimums
BY MICHAEL BABAD
A new study puts Canada near the bottom of the list of developed countries when it comes to laws governing vacation and holiday time.
Canada ranks third from the bottom in a study of 21 OECD countries in the study by the Washington-based Center for Economic and Policy Research, though it notes some holidays vary among the provinces.
Magnotta is to go on trial in September 2014 for the slaying of Concordia University student Lin Jun, a Chinese national whose body parts were scattered around town and mailed to political parties
BY TU THANH HA
Berlin police might never have arrested Montreal crime suspect Luka Magnotta but for the fact that their officers were with a group of trainees and “had to give a good example,” a new report says.
As Rob Ford fires chief of staff, executive committee pushes for answers
BY ELIZABETH CHURCH
Mayor Rob Ford’s executive committee is preparing to take the extraordinary step of publicly urging Toronto’s troubled leader to confront allegations of drug use, and is making contingency plans to run the city in his absence.
Company responds to court order after indigenous communities complained about groundwater contamination
BY PAV JORDAN
Barrick Gold Corp. has suspended construction in Chile on its massive Pascua-Lama gold and silver project, responding to a court order that further delays a mine already a year behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget.
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