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Trial hears N.B. gunman felt he was surrounded by 'demons,' had to fight his way out

Trial hears N.B. gunman felt he was surrounded by 'demons,' had to fight his way out

The man on trial for a 2018 mass shooting in Fredericton says he thought the end of times had begun and he might have to use his guns to fight his way out of his apartment.

Key Senate, House races as Republicans, Democrats wrestle for Capitol Hill control

WASHINGTON, Wash. — The presidential race is just one part of the shifting political landscape in the United States, which could look very different after Nov. 3.
The Battle of Capitol Hill: White House race gets headlines, but Senate has suspense

The Battle of Capitol Hill: White House race gets headlines, but Senate has suspense

WASHINGTON, Wash. — The race to win the White House may be getting all the headlines, but there's real suspense in the battle for control of Capitol Hill.
Not cool: Jamaican bobsledder wants thief to return stolen shell to Calgary bar

Not cool: Jamaican bobsledder wants thief to return stolen shell to Calgary bar

An original member of the Jamaican bobsled team featured in the 1993 movie "Cool Runnings" is imploring whoever stole the nose cone from a sled that appeared in the film to return it to a Calgary bar.
Trial for man behind Toronto's van attack to be conducted over Zoom, judge says

Trial for man behind Toronto's van attack to be conducted over Zoom, judge says

TORONTO — A trial for the man who killed 10 people when he drove a van down a busy Toronto sidewalk will be conducted by videoconference.

A grim milestone and update on pandemic-plagued economy. : In The News for Oct. 28

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Oct. 28 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Canadians come together online to ring in U.S. election with cross-border stakes

Canadians come together online to ring in U.S. election with cross-border stakes

In 2008, avid politico Daniel Roukema was moved to tears while watching the U.S.
EI commissioners say workers, companies want non-partisan review of system, stat

EI commissioners say workers, companies want non-partisan review of system, stat

OTTAWA — The representatives for employers and workers in the employment insurance system say they are deeply concerned that a promised review of the program will be lost in the heat of a minority Parliament.
Officer didn't alert feds that CBSA would examine Meng before arrest, court hears

Officer didn't alert feds that CBSA would examine Meng before arrest, court hears

VANCOUVER — The RCMP officer who arrested Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou at Vancouver's airport says he didn't know how long questioning by Canada Border Services Agency officials would delay her arrest. Const. Winston Yep testified in B.C.
The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern): 8:15 p.m. As of Oct.
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