In a new court filing obtained by The Canadian Press, Khadr says he knew the Americans could have held him indefinitely even in the highly unlikely case that he was acquitted.
The video shows a male and female officer spending several minutes subduing and arresting a screaming woman. (10)
The regulations have been watered down, and there are no rules yet on recycling bulbs with mercury. (6)
The panel recommended the province hike gas taxes by up to 10 cents a litre. (59)
Toronto police say a missing 78-year-man who suffers from Alzheimer's has been found safe.
Coun. Josh Matlow is arguing that the city hasn't spent any money on the subway extension. (14)
Toronto deputy mayor Norm Kelly has most of his powers and it seems people think he's doing a better job than Mayor Rob Ford. (25)
Russia has passed a law banning "propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations." (7)
The OLG will draw for an estimated $50-million payout, plus 30 Maxmillions worth $1 million each.
A Canadian ban on old-style incandescent light bulbs starts on Jan. 1, 2014. (2)
The cub is one of three born last month at the zoo. The other two bears died within 48 hours. (3)
Superstar Beyonce surprised her fans early Friday by releasing her fifth album exclusively on iTunes.
Georges St-Pierre is stepping away from mixed martial arts and relinquishing his UFC welterweight title.
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