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National Post Canada
  • Watch Brian Mulroney serenade Donald Trump with When Irish Eyes are Smiling at Mar-a-Lago club
  • ‘He was anxious, he was scared’: U.S. woman shocked friend walked to Canada after asylum claim rejected
  • U.S.-backed Iraqi forces launch major air-and-ground offensive to drive ISIL from western Mosul
  • Car bomb kills 34 in Somalia marketplace: ‘It was a horrific and barbaric attack’
  • Senior Trump appointee fired after he criticized the president and his administration
  • ‘Oh! F— off’: Milo Yiannopoulos found a bromance with Bill Maher. Then he met his other guests
  • ‘Sweden? Terror attack? What has he been smoking?’ Swedes confused by Trump’s comments
  • Cambridge, Ont., councillor to be reprimanded for twice calling constituent a ‘sexy gramma’
  • Father writes open letter about drug use in Kanata, Ont.: At least eight teens have overdosed in two months
  • Confidential settlement reached in sexual harassment lawsuit against former high-profile RCMP spokesman
The Globe and MailCanada
  • Exit polls see leftist Moreno ahead in nail-biter Ecuador presidency vote
  • Two Tory MPs call on Ottawa to stop illegal Canada-U.S. border crossings
  • Trump administration mulls changes to trade deficit calculations: report
  • The Canadian investment idea that busted a mutual-fund monopoly
  • Italy’s Renzi resigns as party chief, opens way for leadership battle
  • Activist Maude Barlow on finding common ground with Trump on trade
  • Flood fears renewed as another storm takes aim at California
  • Swedes scratch heads, ridicule Trump over ‘last night in Sweden’ remarks
  • Mulroney sings at Mar-a-Lago, prompts praise for Canada from Trump
  • Record-breaking temperatures expected to last rest of weekend in Ontario
CBC CanadaCanada
  • 'Someone is going to slip through': Worry grows over influx of asylum seekers
  • 'What has he been smoking?': Swedes scratch heads at Trump's suggestion of major incident
  • Vancouver hosts 2nd B.C. debate for Conservative leadership candidates
  • Trump holding interviews for national security adviser as he tries to refocus
  • 'I was in shock': Why Canadians are still struggling with runaway cellphone charges
  • At least 22 more asylum seekers, baby, cross into Manitoba Sunday
  • Anti-Islamophobia motion offers a chance to take a stand against hatred. Why quibble over semantics?: Opinion
  • Brian Mulroney sings for Donald Trump
  • Minneapolis woman shocked friend walked to Canada
  • Taking on vitamin D headlines, and health professionals weigh in on Donald Trump: CBC's health newsletter
Radio CanadaCanada
  • Two Tory MPs call on Ottawa to stop illegal Canada-U.S. border crossings
  • RCMP intercepts 22 asylum seekers overnight in Manitoba
  • Mulroney serenades Trump at Mar-a-Lago
  • Senior Trump appointee fired after criticism
  • Ex-officials: Israeli leader spurned secret peace offer
  • Swedes scratch heads at Trump's suggestion of major incident
  • Flood fears renewed as another storm aims for California
  • Iraqi forces launch assault on Islamic State in western Mosul
  • Three-year-old B.C. girl dies shortly after being sent home by hospital
  • Montreal’s Luxury Retreats said to be Airbnb’s biggest acquisition to date
Radio CanadaCanada
  • La région de Québec aura son cimetière musulman
  • Donald Trump évoque un attentat en Suède dont lui seul semble être au courant
  • Courtiers immobiliers: amendes et suspensions en hausse
  • Les vraies raisons de l’élection de Donald Trump
  • Conduire sous l’influence du cannabis : qu’en dit la science?
  • Un meurtre sur cinq serait lié au crime organisé au pays
  • Les forces irakiennes en marche pour reprendre Mossoul-Ouest
  • Les jeunes péquistes rejettent deux propositions controversées
  • Québec solidaire se prononcera sur les alliances électorales en mai
  • Où sont les États-Unis? se demande l'émissaire de l'ONU sur la Syrie
Le DevoirCanada
  • Deux conservateurs veulent que le gouvernement arrête les passages clandestins
  • Brian Mulroney chante la pomme à Donald Trump lors d’une soirée de bienfaisance
  • Le viaduc Van Horne-Rosemont sera reconstruit
  • Quand Donald Trump invente un acte terroriste en Suède
  • Québec solidaire se prononcera sur de possibles alliances électorales en mai
  • Accommodements religieux: Lisée trouve que les débats sont «indispensables»
  • Accommodements religieux: le consensus de l'opposition remis en doute par Couillard
  • Un policier décédé et une trentaine de blessés dans une explosion à Bogotá
  • Les jeunes péquistes refusent de revenir à la charte des valeurs
  • Trump à la recherche d’un conseiller à la sécurité nationale
Le Journal de QuebecCanada
  • Lévis : de jeunes conducteurs ciblés par un policier?
  • La charte des valeurs s'invite au comité des jeunes péquistes
  • Huit combats pour GSP
  • Le président Trump a inventé un acte terroriste en Suède
  • Au moins 3 profs sanctionnés pour inconduite sexuelle
  • Chrystia Freeland a terminé sa tournée européenne à Munich
  • L’inspecteur Gadget et les «experts»
  • «Il faut rendre ça criminel»
  • Plus heureuse que jamais avec 40 livres en plus
  • L’Armada l’emporte de justesse
Le SoleilCanada
  • Deux conservateurs veulent que le gouvernement arrête les passages clandestins
  • Les jeunes péquistes refusent de revenir à la charte des valeurs
  • Accommodements: Couillard remet en doute le consensus de l'opposition
  • Signes religieux: Couillard dit qu'il ne se laissera pas convaincre par Bouchard
  • Pas de commission sur la «police du sang»
  • LANEQ attend une nouvelle offre
  • Couillard dans l'arène
  • Des jeunes du PQ proposent d'aller plus loin sur les signes religieux
  • Sonia Lebel passerait à la CAQ
  • «Rambo» Gauthier met la pédale douce sur les réseaux sociaux
La presseCanada
  • Mort après une chute de son balcon du troisième étage
  • Ottawa abandonne un projet éolien sur l'Île-de-Sable
  • Un meurtre sur cinq serait lié au crime organisé au pays
  • Décès de Mauril Bélanger: élection dans Ottawa-Vanier le 3 avril
  • Josée Bouchard quittera la présidence de la Fédération des commissions scolaires
  • Collision mortelle dans les Bois-Francs
  • Le gouverneur général du Canada en visite en Suède
  • Accommodements religieux: Couillard met en doute le consensus PQ-CAQ
  • La funeste autoroute 50 sera élargie
  • Le parlement d'Ottawa sous le signe de la diversité
Ottawa CitizenCanada
  • Squirrel's amateur electrical efforts leaves 262 without power
  • Watch Brian Mulroney serenade Donald Trump with When Irish Eyes are Smiling at Mar-a-Lago club
  • The Capital Builders: How 'Pops' and Estelle Brown started a dry cleaner and supported a new community
  • ‘Oh! F— off’: Milo Yiannopoulos found a bromance with Bill Maher. Then he met his other guests
  • What's open and closed on Monday, Family Day
  • Senior Trump appointee fired after he criticized the president and his administration
  • Capital Voices: 'The best feeling ever'
  • Capital Facts: The basement speakeasy inside an old church
  • The funeral selfie: Grave new world or an instinct as old as time?
  • Seasoned veteran: Ex-Redblack Walker now a chef, but he hasn't given up on football
Metronews CanadaCanada
  • Trudeau sets date for Ottawa Vanier byelection
  • Five things to do this weekend in Ottawa, Feb. 17 – 20
  • Ottawa public servants won't be off on Family Day
  • City seeking more affordable housing money from federal government
  • Bylaw says Ottawa Uber drivers have provided 1.4 million legal trips
  • Indigenous MPs want name change for Langevin Block
  • Kid Koala's long love affair with Weird Ottawa
  • Soul food survivor ghosts Ottawa's restaurant scene
  • Ontario reverses course on experimental cancer surgery
  • Local students give top marks to Ottawa
Toronto StarCanada
Calgary Herald Canada
  • One dead in fatal crash on Stoney Trail
  • Kenney seeks to consolidate lead as leadership race enters home stretch
  • Mounties looking for elderly duo accused of meat heist in High River
  • Slow start leads to fourth loss for Roughnecks
  • Music lovers ramp up for all ages Punk Rock Axe Throwing event
  • Several inmates assault triple murderer Douglas Garland in jail
  • Temporary market to open before Symons Valley Ranch redevelopment
  • Calgary transit drivers on edge after fatal bus driver attack in Winnipeg
  • Man impaled by branch while riding ATV west of Calgary
  • Parks Canada issues special avalanche warning for Rocky Mountain national parks
24heures Canada
  • Du plaisir pour les partisans, du travail pour les joueurs
  • Un homme se tue en tombant d’un balcon à Longueuil
  • La Vitrine – MNM-Montréal/Nouvelles musiques
  • Alcool au volant: des tenanciers de bar récompensent leurs clients
  • La charte des valeurs s'invite au comité des jeunes péquistes
  • 2/17/2017: FRONT PAGE: SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER
  • 2/17/2017: NEWS: SERVICE ALERTS
  • 2/17/2017: NEWS: TTC BUDGET SEES MORE SERVICE AND IMPROVEMENTS IN 2017
  • 2/17/2017: NEWS: Kirpal Parhar
  • 2/17/2017: NEWS: Use the TTC Group Pass this long weekend!
  • Vancouver's Chinese community wooed by French government
  • Langley wallaby found safe after two days on the lam
  • Say no to legal heroin!
  • Billions beauty Malin Akerman comes home
  • 'Logan' review: Hugh Jackman's final outing as Wolverine reinvents the superhero genre
Edmonton Journal Canada
  • AMBER ALERT: RCMP say father of missing girl found dead in Blairmore
  • Residents wonder what's next as moratorium on social housing to expire
  • Three Edmonton taxi companies launch new anti-Uber lawsuit
  • Driving: How electric highways could save EVs
  • City could see public-sector job losses
  • Eskimos' win enables fan to clear 24,576 beer debt
  • Appeal court upholds acquittal in case of Good Samaritan killed on Edmonton roadside
  • Gary Lamphier: Billions of dollars lost because of skills gap in Canada
  • 'I want to be my own hero': Former Edmonton soldier fights back against domestic violence
  • Hot, dry summer fuels grizzly attacks in B.C.
The Province Canada
  • Advocates call for minority judges as figures show 'judiciary of whiteness'
  • Demand for driver’s licences decreasing among B.C.’s young people
  • Vancouver's proposal to tax vacant homes being taken seriously, province vows
  • Smyth: Clark, Horgan face political showdown over $15 minimum wage
  • Eleven Zika cases confirmed in B.C., including four pregnant women
  • Charges laid against half-brother in 2013 homicide of Mission teen
  • Ex-wife of Hells Angels member loses security clearance, feels punished ‘for the actions of someone else’
  • Revised Grandview-Woodland density plan calms revolt, but still contains flash points
  • Chinese bank files suit in B.C. over unpaid $10-million loan
  • U.S. gun-rights proponent shoots her two daughters dead before being killed by police
Winnipeg Free Press Canada
  • Asylum seekers keep first responders busy in Emerson
  • Team Manitoba earns early Scotties victory over Saskatchewan
  • When war came to Winnipeg
  • Former PM Brian Mulroney serenades President Donald Trump at fundraiser
  • Downtown disturbance leads to weapons arrest
  • Ex-officials: Israeli leader spurned secret peace offer
  • Jets keep Habs humble
  • No longer bombing, Canadian planes identifying ISIL targets in Syria
  • Come on in, the water's fine
  • Desperation Trumps danger
Windsorstar Canada
  • Tire shop workers unable to recoup unpaid wages from struggling employer
  • Iconic Malic's Deli a Windsor 'landmark'
  • LaSalle teens grateful to see opening of new hangout
  • Belle River residents angry over Service Ontario office closure
  • Massey Secondary School ranked among best under test score study
  • Windsor Express support local anti-bullying campaign
  • Chimczuk museum celebrates successful first year
  • Windsor gets 'taste of spring' with record-setting temperatures
  • Firefighters battle blaze at Nemak plant
  • Brennan tech summit opening young eyes to the future

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