Trial in Canadian dismemberment case begins
MONTREAL (AP) — A Canadian man accused of dismembering his Chinese lover and mailing the body parts to schools and political parties around the country admitted to the killing but pleaded not guilty Monday. His lawyer said he is schizophrenic and not criminally responsible in his opening remarks atthe trial.
Family: Canadian man jailed in Cuba innocent
VAUGHAN, Ontario (AP) — The son of a Canadian automobile executive who has been sentenced to 15 years in jail in Cuba on corruption charges said Monday his dad maintains he's innocent and is determined to fight for his freedom.
Toronto's mayor back in spotlight
TORONTO (AP) — Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has jumped back into the spotlight for the first time since being hospitalized for cancer, receiving a boisterous welcome.
Firm pays fine for not reporting mine pollution
RENO, Nev. (AP) — The Canadian-based owner of a gold mine in northern Nevada has agreed to pay a $182,000 civil penalty for failing to correctly report to federal environmental regulators the release of millions of pounds of toxic chemicals — including arsenic and cyanide — into the air and ground.
Ford's sister detailed crack incident to police
TORONTO (AP) — Rob Ford's sister told police the Toronto mayor smoked crack cocaine with her one night in April in the company of a man she claimed sold drugs to her brother that night, according court documents that indicated police are investigating the mayor for drug possession.
Toronto's mayor resting at home after chemo
TORONTO (AP) — Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has been released from a hospital after undergoing his first round of chemotherapy.
UN members endorse Indigenous Peoples rights
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United Nations General Assembly on Monday approved a document strengthening the rights of indigenous peoples worldwide.
Quebec separatists look for positives in Scot vote
MONTREAL (AP) — Quebec separatists tried Friday to find the silver lining in Scotland's decision to stay within the United Kingdom.
Rob Ford releases audio statement from hospital
TORONTO (AP) — Just hours before he begins aggressive chemotherapy for a rare and difficult-to-beat cancer, a rough-sounding Toronto Mayor Rob Ford released an audio statement from his hospital room on Thursday urging people to vote for his brother for mayor.
Doctor says Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has cancer
TORONTO (AP) — Toronto's embattled mayor has a rare and difficult cancer that will require aggressive chemotherapy, his doctor said Wednesday, days after Rob Ford's dramatic announcement that he was pulling out of a re-election campaign.
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