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Sears Canada Cutting 2,900 Jobs, Closing 59 Stores, Secures Creditor Protection

Sears Canada Cutting 2,900 Jobs, Closing 59 Stores, Secures Creditor Protection

TORONTO — Sears Canada Inc. (TSX:SCC) said it plans to close 59 locations and cut approximately 2,900 jobs under a court-supervised restructuring after it was granted protection from creditors Thursday.

Sears Canada Cutting 2,900 Jobs, Closing 59 Stores, Secures Creditor Protection

Torture, Detention Would Be Forbidden CSIS Disruption Tactics Under New Bill

Torture, Detention Would Be Forbidden CSIS Disruption Tactics Under New Bill

OTTAWA — The Liberal government's new security bill adds torture, detention and serious destruction of property that would endanger a life to the list of things Canada's spy agency cannot do when disrupting terror plots.

Torture, Detention Would Be Forbidden CSIS Disruption Tactics Under New Bill

Men Hit Over Back Of Head: Man Charged In One Of 3 Attacks In Downtown Calgary

Men Hit Over Back Of Head: Man Charged In One Of 3 Attacks In Downtown Calgary

CALGARY — Police have charged a man with aggravated assault in the first of three attacks in downtown Calgary in which men were hit in the back of the head with heavy objects.

Men Hit Over Back Of Head: Man Charged In One Of 3 Attacks In Downtown Calgary

Ex-Ski Coach Bertrand Charest Found Guilty On 37 Charges In Sex Trial

Ex-Ski Coach Bertrand Charest Found Guilty On 37 Charges In Sex Trial

SAINT-JEROME, Que. — A Quebec judge described a former high-performance Canadian ski coach as a sexual predator Thursday as he found him guilty of 37 charges related to the exploitation and sexual assault of his young female students.

Ex-Ski Coach Bertrand Charest Found Guilty On 37 Charges In Sex Trial

Victoria Man Faces 23 New Charges Linked To Historical Sex Assaults

Victoria Man Faces 23 New Charges Linked To Historical Sex Assaults

Harry Charles Sadd, a 70-year-old Victoria man, is accused in a series of historic sexual assaults after a victim, now an adult, came forward.

Victoria Man Faces 23 New Charges Linked To Historical Sex Assaults

PM To Change Name Of National Aboriginal Day To National Indigenous Peoples Day

PM To Change Name Of National Aboriginal Day To National Indigenous Peoples Day

OTTAWA — The federal government intends to rename National Aboriginal Day as National Indigenous Peoples Day, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today.

PM To Change Name Of National Aboriginal Day To National Indigenous Peoples Day