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A high-profile employment law firm has been tapped to investigate claims of inappropriate behaviour within the Prime Minister's Office. Janice Rubin's firm, Rubin Thomlinson will be leading the probe. Rubin is known for investigating the CBC, following the dismissal of radio host Jian Ghomeshi.
It looks a bit like a yellow Christmas tree cruising down the road, but it's really a Calgary school bus decked out in its holiday finest.
A federal judge in Philadelphia has ordered the Trump administration not to enforce new rules that could significantly reduce women's access to free birth control.
The Public Health Agency of Canada has confirmed that one person has died from E. coli infection but says privacy laws prevent it from saying where.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says there must be a "sustained cessation of North Korea's threatening behaviour" before talks can occur between Washington and Pyongyang.
Canadian pharmaceutical giant Apotex confirms its founder Barry Sherman and his wife, Honey Sherman, are dead, amid reports that two bodies were found in their Toronto home.
A deeper dive into the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.
Lawyers for Harvey Weinstein are seeking to publicly identify an Ontario actress who has filed a sexual assault lawsuit against the disgraced Hollywood producer.
The Transportation Safety Board and Hydro One are holding a news conference Friday on the Thursday helicopter crash that killed four hydro workers on a rural property in eastern Ontario.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says a national price on carbon won't be imposed on any province for at least another year.
Source: CBC | Top Stories News