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F-word ruled OK for French broadcasts

F-word ruled OK for French broadcasts

The ruling states the F-word does not have the same “vulgar connotation” in French
Plant-based milks shouldn’t be main beverage for young kids: experts

Plant-based milks shouldn’t be main beverage for young kids: experts

Experts warn that drinking too much of the plant-based beverages can displace hunger and cause children to eat less
Virginia elects first transgender person to state legislature

Virginia elects first transgender person to state legislature

On anniversary of Trump election, Dems get something new to celebrate: victory
VIDEO: Tax haven controversy deals another body blow to Trudeau’s middle-class brand

VIDEO: Tax haven controversy deals another body blow to Trudeau’s middle-class brand

‘Paradise Papers’ revealed off-shore accounts for several Liberal associates
Cut down on court delays by supporting victims of crime: ombudsman

Cut down on court delays by supporting victims of crime: ombudsman

Canada’s top court recently imposed trial time limits
Trump: Texas mass shooting is about mental health, not guns

Trump: Texas mass shooting is about mental health, not guns

Church gunman who killed 26 was court-martialed, discharged from Air Force
Ben Affleck says he wants to be ‘part of the solution’

Ben Affleck says he wants to be ‘part of the solution’

After condemning Harvey Weinstein’s actions last month, Affleck was forced to defend his own conduct
Regulator rejects Via Rail’s efforts to limit wheelchair access

Regulator rejects Via Rail’s efforts to limit wheelchair access

Rules said all trains coast to coast must double their capacity to accommodate mobility aids
CRA vows action on Canadian tax evaders exposed in Paradise Papers

CRA vows action on Canadian tax evaders exposed in Paradise Papers

Names exposed include Brian Mulroney, Paul Martin and Jean Chretien and the Queen
‘Thor: Ragnarok’ rumbles to $121M box-office debut

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ rumbles to $121M box-office debut

The big opening cements the unlikely breakthrough of New Zealand director Taika Waititi