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National Post Canada
  • Crickets are a hot new source of protein — but their real value could lie in the poop they produce
  • An argument in Pittsburgh about President Trump led to one man biting the ear off of another
  • NDP schedule March leadership debate despite having no official candidates for Mulcair’s job
  • The balder the man, the more likely he will get prostate cancer: How hair loss can predict risk, according to study
  • New victim linked to Berlin suspect accused of killing man for his pension and stowing body in freezer
  • Father and son accused of rape want ‘only law book that truly matters’ at their trial: The Bible
  • Dark toast and roast potatoes linked to increased risk of cancer, British agency warns in new campaign
  • Melania Trump in the White House garden pulling up carrots? No, the first lady is already back in New York
  • ‘The coffers are virtually empty’: Ousted Gambian president leaves with luxury cars, millions of dollars
  • Arson spree and mafia killings in Montreal points to struggle for power after death of Vito Rizzuto
The Globe and MailCanada
  • Court hears RCMP found blood, burning barrel at accused's farm
  • Italy avalanche crews dig out three puppies; 22 people still missing
  • Trudeau’s cabinet meets with Trump adviser in Calgary
  • Rubio clears way for approval of Trump secretary of state pick Rex Tillerson
  • Owners of Toronto’s illegal pot shops not reporting violent robberies: police
  • Assisted dying no financial burden to health system: report
  • George H.W. Bush ready to leave ICU, Barbara Bush goes home
  • Trump signs order to withdraw U.S. from TPP
  • Syrian government, rebels trade terror accusations in rocky start to talks
  • Ethics lawyers sue Trump over foreign payments
CBC CanadaCanada
  • Trump formally pulls U.S. out of TPP with executive order
  • Mom who gave her ill son herbal products before he died faces verdict
  • Why the spy trade is such a booming industry: Brian Stewart
  • 'Whatever means necessary': How these insiders tricked Loblaws shoppers into signing up for credit cards
  • Trump's son-in-law heading to Calgary to speak with Liberal cabinet
  • Canadians looking at ways to buy pot without smoking it: Don Pittis
  • White House press secretary: Round 2 LIVE
  • Why Alberta farmers loathe the carbon tax
  • How calorie counts on chain restaurant menus 'can have a lasting impact'
  • Brantford rapist escapes Kingston facility
Radio CanadaCanada
  • Trump's 'running war' on the media undermines trust
  • Trump critics pounce on DoD tweet about mental health
  • New trade relations with U.S. may be outside NAFTA framework: MacNaughton
  • Trump signs memo to leave TPP trade pact
  • O'Leary, Dickinson taking reality TV 'shtick' to politics: Brett Wilson
  • Montreal woman denied entry to U.S.; officials say protest 'not a good enough reason'
  • Convicted sex offender escapes Kingston, Ont. correctional facility
  • Actor killed during filming of Australian music video
  • Chelsea Clinton defends Barron Trump from online haters
  • Dirty little secret: Why some women aren't washing their hair
Radio CanadaCanada
  • Le flot de clandestins en provenance des États-Unis explose
  • Un conseiller de Trump rassure le Canada
  • L'État pourrait faire des économies grâce à l'aide médicale à mourir, selon une étude
  • La Caisse estime que le rapport du BAPE sur son train ignore les faits
  • Dépenses du député Surprenant : Legault plaide l'erreur de bonne foi
  • Bernard Gauthier perd son co-porte-parole de Citoyens au pouvoir
  • Le transfert à Jérusalem de l’ambassade américaine n'a rien d'imminent
  • Trump promet aux industriels de réduire les impôts et la réglementation
  • La méfiance est vive entre les parties aux négociations de paix sur la Syrie
  • Le REM de la Caisse : les questions qu’on a refusé de poser
Le DevoirCanada
  • Retour à la normale sur K Street... ou presque
  • Faux frais de transport: Legault ne punira pas le député de Groulx
  • Trump interdit le financement d’ONG étrangères soutenant l’avortement
  • L’épisode VIII de «Star Wars» mettra en scène «Le dernier Jedi»
  • Trump met fin à la participation des États-Unis au TPP
  • Faux départ au procès du Faubourg Contrecoeur
  • Le Grincheux du 23 janvier
  • Populisme de gauche et rectitude politique dans le Québec néolibéral
  • «Batman v Superman» et «Zoolander 2» en lice pour les Razzie
  • En campagne contre les frites trop grillées
Le Journal de QuebecCanada
  • Le texto au volant, «c’est une maladie»
  • Un gros merci
  • Donald Trump signe l’acte de retrait des États-Unis du partenariat transpacifique
  • Xavier Roy «n'avait pas l'intention de tuer»
  • Le «cerveau» derrière Rambo démissionne
  • Trump à l'avant-plan de la retraite du cabinet Trudeau
  • Il blâme la Ville pour sa violente chute
  • Choix cornélien pour Gabriel
  • Deux vols en quelques minutes à Québec
  • Début de caucus sous fond de controverse pour la CAQ
Le SoleilCanada
  • Oui, Couillard a dénoncé le «terrorisme islamiste», admet Legault
  • Rambo Gauthier perd son co-porte-parole
  • Legault veut une enquête sur les comptes de dépenses des députés
  • Les juristes de l'État déposent leur offre finale
  • Le cabinet Trudeau se réunit pour discuter du virage Trump
  • Trudeau pas le premier à tomber dans le piège de l'Aga Khan
  • Le PQ critique le bilan des libéraux dans la lutte contre l'obésité
  • Nadeau-Dubois prêt pour l'action
  • Québec Solidaire à la recherche d'un candidat dans Gouin
  • Trudeau et Trump discutent d'économie par téléphone
La presseCanada
  • Un enfant attaqué par un chien de type pitbull à Verdun
  • Lachine: Projet Montréal mise sur une ancienne élue d'Équipe Dauphin
  • Collège Charlemagne: accusé pour une blague
  • Laval: un piéton agressé en pleine rue, quatre arrestations
  • L'Accueil Bonneau en cour pour expulser deux résidants
  • Opioïdes: le chef de Coalition Montréal presse la Ville d'agir
  • Un guichet automatique volé dans une épicerie d'Ahuntsic-Cartierville
  • Sécurité du déneigement: Projet Montréal obtient l'appui de la mère d'une victime
  • Un piéton happé dans Parc-Extension est gravement blessé
  • Un homme armé barricadé à Granby
Ottawa CitizenCanada
  • Convicted killer asks court to stay his manslaughter charge for delay
  • Board struggles with decline of students studying in English
  • Father and son accused of rape want ‘only law book that truly matters’ at their trial: The Bible
  • Dawson: The Rideau Canal Skateway is overrated. There, I said it
  • Canada signals possible U.S. trade deal that excludes Mexico to avoid ‘collateral damage’
  • The balder the man, the more likely he will get prostate cancer: How hair loss can predict risk, according to study
  • All hail the zipper merge: How Canadian politeness is killing the efficiency of our highways
  • Wynne pens letter to O'Leary on policies, auto-sector comments
  • The Capital Builders: William Pittman Lett was the 'poet blogger of Victorian Ottawa'
  • Den Tandt: Canada’s strongest card in the era of Trump: We buy American
Metronews CanadaCanada
  • Tax law tweak could bring millions to Canadian media, study finds
  • Kathleen Wynne stresses benefits of free trade with U.S. — for both countries
  • Ottawa Police officers didn't trust traffic stop race data project: Study
  • Ottawa departments looking for asbestos in buildings
  • Ottawa women take part in Washington march
  • Can Ottawa attract more Americans with 2017 celebrations?
  • Environment Canada warns of heavy snow headed for Ottawa this week
  • Photos: Thousands march in downtown Ottawa to oppose Trump
  • NCC closes canal temporarily as weather warms up
  • Second phase of Ottawa's light rail transit plan gets green light from NCC
Toronto StarCanada
Calgary Herald Canada
  • 'Things should go well for Canada,' Trump adviser tells Trudeau cabinet
  • DOUGLAS GARLAND TRIAL LIVE: Forensic expert testifies burn barrel was 'still warm'
  • Trudeau cabinet retreat in Calgary to shape strategy for Trump era in U.S.
  • As more home-based businesses launch in Calgary, more people complain
  • Calgary parent up in arms after breaking kneecap on unmaintained city walkway
  • Advocates seeking advance death contracts for physician-aided deaths
  • Calgary family remembers young son lost to cancer during Skate the Lake fundraiser
  • Court will decide fate of mother charged with failing to provide the necessaries of life
  • Olympic bid, business help and a new bridge name: Five things to watch at city hall Monday
  • Calgary celebrating Chinese New Year with unveiling of community mural
24heures Canada
  • Donald Trump signe l’acte de retrait des États-Unis du partenariat transpacifique
  • Le «cerveau» derrière Rambo démissionne
  • Début de caucus sous fond de controverse pour la CAQ
  • Rapport sur le REM: Coderre croit que le BAPE a déformé la réalité
  • Galchenyuk de retour dans la clinique
  • 1/23/2017: FRONT PAGE: BULLY-IN-CHIEF
  • 1/23/2017: NEWS: SIZE DOES MATTER: Alternative facts a new reality
  • 1/23/2017: NEWS: WYNNE VS. O’LEARY
  • 1/23/2017: NEWS: Mass Humber college illness due to norovirus?
  • 1/23/2017: NEWS: KELLYANNE CONWAY
  • Tom Brady guides Patriots to another Super Bowl appearance
  • Proposal to replace Masonic Centre in Vancouver gets mixed reviews
  • Edmonton woman awarded $4.5 million in damages for collision near Kamloops
  • Justin Trudeau's Senate reform 'dangerous' for B.C.: experts
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
  • Dozens of Manitoba's rail crossings need upgrades to meet new standards
  • Police identify homicide victim, ask public for tips
  • Argument over woman ends in homicide: police
  • NDP organizer calls foul on nomination process
  • Revisiting Manitoba's basic-income experiment
  • Bear spray used in two separate attacks Sunday evening
  • Women's March about the future, our children
  • Seniors housing made affordable
  • Four injured in fiery crash near Kenora
  • Declaration of independence
Windsorstar Canada
  • Judge rules Windsor can see list of bingo lawsuit plaintiffs
  • Jarvis: 'Trump has awakened a sleeping giant'
  • Live From Court: Sentencing begins in Matthew Brush hearing
  • Windsor fire crews battle record store blaze
  • Fog advisory for Windsor-Essex finally cancelled Monday morning
  • Devonshire Mall calling on all artists
  • Windsor Weekend in Pictures: Jan. 21-22, 2017
  • Jason Pearson memorial games an emotional day for Lancers volleyball coach Lucas Hodgson
  • One person in hospital following early morning fire on Curry Avenue
  • U of W mechanical engineering students win international Young Researcher Award

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