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Justin Bourque is shown in an artist's sketch during his court appearance in Moncton on June 6, 2014. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/The Canadian Press/Carol Taylor

Justin Bourque to serve 75 years before parole eligibility for RCMP killings

| Michael MacDonald, The Canadian Press

Bourque's sentence is the harshest in Canada since the last executions in 1962. (1)

Toronto Star reporter Kevin Donovan on Jian Ghomeshi investigation

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Evidence of ‘physical injury to a woman’ prompted Ghomeshi’s firing, CBC says

| The Canadian Press

Ghomeshi has insisted having only consensual "rough sex" with women. Video

Snow in Huntsville

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Special weather statement issued for cottage country

| Toronto staff

Two to five centimetres of snow are possible south of Georgian Bay on Friday night.

Amy Derdall submitted a photo of Griffin and Scarlett dress up for Halloween.

Family Life Local News

IN PHOTOS: Your Halloween costumes

| Toronto staff

Halloween is the favourite time of year for children and kids at heart.

Luka Rocco Magnotta is taken by police from a Canadian military plane to a waiting van on June 18, 2012, in Mirabel, Que. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/Montreal Police

National

Magnotta’s father testifies at murder trial; talks of troubled childhood

| The Canadian Press

The man's name is subject to a publication ban.

Ebola crisis forces a level one alert by the CDC

National

Canada won’t issue visas to residents of countries with widespread Ebola

| The Canadian Press

The change goes into effect immediately. Video

Toronto Star reporter Kevin Donovan on Jian Ghomeshi investigation

Local News

2nd woman identifies herself in Ghomeshi allegations

| Emily Maloney and The Canadian Press

Seth writes that she feared coming forward would lead to judgement and harassment online Video

Justin Bourque is shown in an artist's sketch during his court appearance in Moncton on June 6, 2014. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/The Canadian Press/Carol Taylor

National

Justin Bourque to serve 75 years before parole eligibility for RCMP killings

| Michael MacDonald, The Canadian Press

Bourque's sentence is the harshest in Canada since the last executions in 1962. (1)

Calgary Flames president Ken King, left, and Calgary Stampeders chairman John Forzani shake hands during news conference in Calgary, on March 29, 2012. Forzani, 67, who has been on life support after suffering a heart attack, has died in California on Thursday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

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Former Calgary Stampeders offensive lineman John Forzani dies at 67

| The Canadian Press

The Calgary native had been on life support in a California hospital after suffering a heart attack.

Anieph Fitzroy Burton, 32, and his wife Jehanneiry Beaton, 31, face charges in a string of break and enters in Etobicoke. HANDOUT/Toronto Police

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Husband & wife arrested after string of Etobicoke break ins, sexual assaults

| Amber LeBlanc and Toronto staff

The charges stem from 59 separate incidents. (2)

Police Lights

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Driver arrested after parking enforcement officer hit by car in Rosedale

| Patricia D'Cunha

Police are searching for the driver who fled the scene. (1)

A York Regional Police badge is shown in a 2014 file photo. CITYNEWS

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Elderly man seriously injured after struck by vehicle in Richmond Hill

| Carl Hanstke

Yonge is closed between Crosby Avenue and Bedford Park Avenue for the investigation.

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National News

Why do victims of sexual assault stay silent? No easy answer, say experts

| Diana Mehta, The Canadian Press

"Women will say, how bad was my sexual assault, I wasn't stabbed and left for dead, why should I go forward?"

Candles illuminate jack-o'-lanterns on Oct. 10, 2009. Courtesy of Jose Luis Murillo

Local News

What you need to know on Halloween: weather, safety & trick-or-treating

| Patricia D'Cunha and Toronto staff

Parts of the GTA could receive wet snow Friday late-evening. Video

Police at the scene after a fatal stabbing on Keele Street in North York on Oct. 30, 2014. CITYNEWS/Tony Fera

Local News

Man, 26, dies in North York shooting

| Toronto Staff

There is no word on a possible suspect or suspects. (3)

Rob Ford speaks to supporters after winning his seat on city council at mayoral candidate Doug Ford's election night headquarters in Toronto on Monday, October 27, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darren Calabrese

Local News

Ford says tumour is not responding to chemotherapy: report

| Toronto Staff

He also told Joe Warmington that he's been diagnosed with pneumonia. (8)

Radio presenter Jian Ghomeshi arrives at CBC's Toronto studios for the recording of the 'Canada for Haiti' benefit show on Friday January 22, 2010. ``Q'' radio host Jian Ghomeshi is taking an "undetermined'' amount of time away from the CBC ``to deal with some personal issues,'' a spokesman for the public broadcaster confirmed Friday. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

National

Ghomeshi vows to ‘fight allegations’ in Facebook post; won’t talk to media

| Andrea Baillie, The Canadian Press and Toronto staff

The posting comes in the wake of a new Toronto Star story that says eight women are now accusing him of abusive behaviour. Video (2)

File photo. GETTY IMAGE/IMAGE SOURCE

Family Life Local News National

Estimated 1 in 5 female students will be sexually assaulted on campus: Maclean’s

| Toronto Staff

The study found many schools are lacking a consistent policy.

Entertainment City: Ghomeshi says CBC fired him over his sex life

Local News

Chief Blair encourages alleged Ghomeshi victims to come forward

| Michael Talbot

Blair assured alleged victims that Toronto police have the resources to help them. (8)

Stephen Harper

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Harper unveils income splitting for Canadian families

| The Canadian Press

The Conservative government is also boosting the universal child care benefit. Video (4)

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CBC to hire company to investigate in wake of Ghomeshi affair

| The Canadian Press

A memo from CBC also says the broadcaster is making counsellors available to employees.