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New Brunswick judge to deliver verdict Friday in second Oland murder trial

New Brunswick judge to deliver verdict Friday in second Oland murder trial

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Just over eight years after multi-millionaire Richard Oland was bludgeoned to death in his Saint John office, his only son, Dennis, is about to find out whether he will be judged guilty or not guilty of the grisly crime.
Migration begins: blame toadlets if ground seems to move in Whistler, B.C.

Migration begins: blame toadlets if ground seems to move in Whistler, B.C.

WHISTLER, B.C. — An annual migration involving tens of thousands of creatures is underway in Whistler, B.C., but observers could miss it if they don't look down.
Supreme Court won't hear WestJet appeal in harassment case

Supreme Court won't hear WestJet appeal in harassment case

OTTAWA — WestJet Airlines has lost a legal bid to put an end to a proposed class-action harassment lawsuit. The Supreme Court of Canada refused today to hear WestJet's arguments to quash the suit launched by a former flight attendant.
In the news today, July 18

In the news today, July 18

Five stories in the news for Thursday, July 18 ——— SCHEER CALLS TRUMP'S COMMENTS OFFENSIVE Federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says there is no place in society for comments such as the ones U.S.

Ontario man calls out Eric Trump for tweet that used son's image

An Ontario man is calling out a member of the Trump family for using an image of his young son as part of a political attack on those opposing the American president.
Gas price inquiry questions Trans Mountain capacity, company denies collusion

Gas price inquiry questions Trans Mountain capacity, company denies collusion

VANCOUVER — One of the largest fuel companies in British Columbia says there's no retail market more competitive than gasoline in Canada and an executive denies any price setting between competitors.
U.S. canoeists besieged by grizzly on Northwest Territories canoe trip rescued

U.S. canoeists besieged by grizzly on Northwest Territories canoe trip rescued

YELLOWKNIFE — A pair of American tourists were pinned between rushing rapids and an aggressive grizzly bear when wildlife officers arrived to rescue them from the rugged tundra of the Northwest Territories earlier this week.
Parks Canada promises to remove offending fence at Signal Hill in 
St. John's

Parks Canada promises to remove offending fence at Signal Hill in St. John's

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Parks Canada is promising to remove a fence that visitors say spoiled the iconic view at Signal Hill in St. John's.
Trudeau pushes trade pact in EU summit as France moves ahead on CETA

Trudeau pushes trade pact in EU summit as France moves ahead on CETA

MONTREAL — Lawmakers in France began their ratification of the comprehensive trade agreement between the European Union and Canada as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau welcomed one of the leaders of the 28-country bloc to Montreal on Wednesday.
Two third-party groups disclose first ad spending in pre-election period

Two third-party groups disclose first ad spending in pre-election period

OTTAWA — Two third-party groups have started spending money on political advertising in the period leading up to the federal election, according to Elections Canada.