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Appeal delay in sex case for Canadian aid worker Peter Dalglish in Nepal

Appeal delay in sex case for Canadian aid worker Peter Dalglish in Nepal

TORONTO — A Canadian aid worker's appeal of his sexual assault convictions in Nepal has been delayed. A friend of Peter Dalglish says the prosecution requested the adjournment because they weren't ready to proceed.
Maple Leaf cake gets iced and a world junior redux; In The News for Jan. 7

Maple Leaf cake gets iced and a world junior redux; In The News for Jan. 7

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 Jan. 7: What we are watching in Canada ...

B.C. Lottery Corp. executive denied standing in money laundering inquiry

VANCOUVER — A senior executive at British Columbia Lottery Corp. has been denied standing in the province's money laundering inquiry although he could still be called as a witness. The inquiry's commissioner, B.C.
Father says teen hockey player paralyzed by on-ice collision inspired by support

Father says teen hockey player paralyzed by on-ice collision inspired by support

WINNIPEG — The father of a junior hockey player left paralysed after an on-ice collision says the 19-year-old has been inspired by the outpouring of support he's received from the hockey community across the country. "Humanity is astounding.
Canadians hunker down as NATO, U.S. offer contradictory messages on Iraq

Canadians hunker down as NATO, U.S. offer contradictory messages on Iraq

Hundreds of Canadian soldiers were hunkered down on military bases in Iraq on Monday, their missions suspended due to security concerns, as the U.S.
UN racism committee calls for halt to Site C, Trans Mountain and LNG pipeline

UN racism committee calls for halt to Site C, Trans Mountain and LNG pipeline

VANCOUVER — A United Nations committee working to end racism is urging Canada to immediately stop the construction of three major resource projects until it obtains approval from affected First Nations.
Hockey fan, 8, gets birthday cake with Maple Leaf Foods logo by mistake

Hockey fan, 8, gets birthday cake with Maple Leaf Foods logo by mistake

MONTREAL — A young Toronto Maple Leafs fan got a big letdown Saturday when a bakery mix-up left him with a birthday cake honouring a packaged meat company instead of his favourite team.
B.C. LNG pipeline project to resume work despite opposition, says company

B.C. LNG pipeline project to resume work despite opposition, says company

VICTORIA — The company building a natural gas pipeline as part of a $40 billion liquefied natural gas project in northern British Columbia says it plans to resume construction despite an eviction notice served by members of a First Nation over the we
Trudeau's new look matches more serious, businesslike approach to being PM

Trudeau's new look matches more serious, businesslike approach to being PM

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau is sporting a new, more serious look to go with his more businesslike approach to being prime minister. He has returned from more than two weeks vacation in Costa Rica with a salt-and-pepper beard.
Calgary neurologist pleads guilty to dozens of assaults dating back to 1980s

Calgary neurologist pleads guilty to dozens of assaults dating back to 1980s

CALGARY — A retired neurologist has admitted in court to sexually assaulting 28 female patients over three decades. Keith Hoyte, 71, pleaded guilty to 28 counts as his trial was to begin Monday in Calgary.
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