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Judge extends order suspending legal proceedings against three tobacco companies

TORONTO — An Ontario court has extended an order suspending legal proceedings against three major tobacco companies as they try to negotiate a settlement with their creditors.
Lynn Beyak suspended from Senate without pay

Lynn Beyak suspended from Senate without pay

The outspoken Dryden senator was suspended at the recommendation of the ethics committee over anti-Indigenous letters posted to her Senate website.
Photographer trains lens on plight of homeless <b>(5 photos)</b>

Photographer trains lens on plight of homeless (5 photos)

Exhibition runs to September 12 to benefit Inn From The Cold shelter
Former first lady Barbara Bush passes away

Former first lady Barbara Bush passes away

Husband of George Bush Sr., mother of George W. Bush, was 92
Mixed reaction to Liberal climate change plan

Mixed reaction to Liberal climate change plan

Environmental groups welcome $8.3B plan; opposition says it will cost Ontarians too much
D-Day anniversary: Canada's role in historic WW2 battle

D-Day anniversary: Canada's role in historic WW2 battle

72 years ago today Canadians troops landed at “Juno” beach
<b>Trail mix bars being recalled across the country</b>

Trail mix bars being recalled across the country

Possible Listeria contamination in Kashi bars
Feds announce $2 million in youth skills funding

Feds announce $2 million in youth skills funding

Collège Boréal will receive more than $1.5 million
Attawapiskat crisis: Feds vow action as 'despair' grips FN

Attawapiskat crisis: Feds vow action as 'despair' grips FN

Twenty-eight suicide attempts at remote First Nation in March alone
Healing has already begun, local NDP president says

Healing has already begun, local NDP president says

Party votes to turf leader Tom Mulcair at weekend convention in Edmonton