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How 'genetic genealogy' is cracking Canadian cold cases

How 'genetic genealogy' is cracking Canadian cold cases

Has anyone in your family ever gotten away with murder? Are you sure? Because a new investigative DNA technique allows police to search a database for DNA linked to samples obtained in cold case investigations.
What do we know after a year of legal sports betting in Canada?

What do we know after a year of legal sports betting in Canada?

Yes, sports betting has technically been around for a long time in this country. But it's only been a little more than a year since single-game sports betting arrived to change the landscape completely.
Is Iran's Revolutionary Guard considered a 'terrorist entity' in Canada?

Is Iran's Revolutionary Guard considered a 'terrorist entity' in Canada?

What makes the IRGC a terrorist organization, by our standards? Who should be making that call, and what does it mean for the groups that meet the definition? GUEST: Stewart Bell, National Online journalist, Global News
Do you know how your credit card rewards work?

Do you know how your credit card rewards work?

Canadians are using credit cards to pay for purchases more than ever before.Why wouldn't they? Cash has been on the decline and rewards programs are better than ever.
The missing $500,000 that broke apart a rural community

The missing $500,000 that broke apart a rural community

Anytime any government misplaces taxpayer money, it's a bad thing—whether that's wasteful spending, overpaying, mismanaging the budget or losing track in a spreadsheet.
What will be the lasting legacy of the Emergencies Act Inquiry?

What will be the lasting legacy of the Emergencies Act Inquiry?

There has been no shortage of political mudslinging regarding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's testimony at the Emergencies Act Inquiry last week—but perhaps the most important thing was that he took the stand at all.
Do we need a new understanding of death? Or an old one?

Do we need a new understanding of death? Or an old one?

It's the "Death Dilemma". When someone we love is at the end of their life, unresponsive in the ICU, our natural instinct when doctors ask us is to tell them to "do everything" to save them.
What happens when a key government agency just ... doesn't?

What happens when a key government agency just ... doesn't?

Right now, Ontario's Landlord Tenant and Board is barely functional. The backlog of eviction challenges, both legal and illegal, is miles long, and currently the board is focused on rent increases.
What is Bill C-11 and what will it do?

What is Bill C-11 and what will it do?

Depending on who you ask it will either help Canadian creators level the online playing field, or wreck their business model.
Inside the strange new world of police PR efforts

Inside the strange new world of police PR efforts

It goes without saying that police services often have their own version of events—which are often revealed in press releases or in conversation with reporters.
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