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  2. A court in Myanmar sentenced the country's ousted leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, to four years in prison on Monday after finding her guilty of incitement and violating coronavirus restrictions, a legal official said. View the full article
  3. U.S. President Joe Biden celebrated artists including Canada's Joni Mitchell and Lorne Michaels on Sunday at the Kennedy Center Honors, bringing back presidential participation in the annual ceremony skipped by Republican Donald Trump. View the full article
  4. Yesterday
  5. Nineteen of Canada's 23 Cyclone helicopters are grounded awaiting repairs for cracks in their tails. This model has been plagued with issues in the past. A defence policy analyst says this reflects badly on the quality and safety of the aircraft. View the full article
  6. Anyone who owns a drinking water well in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley is being asked to assess it for possible water contamination. View the full article
  7. Pope Francis returned on Sunday to the Greek island of Lesbos to offer comfort to migrants at a refugee camp and blast what he said was Europe's indifference and self-interest "that condemns to death those on the fringes." View the full article
  8. Some travel restrictions have been temporarily eased for Canadians currently stranded in South Africa, but the wider travel ban on foreign nationals is still being criticized by countries in southern Africa. View the full article
  9. Protesters threw stones and set fire to areas around a camp belonging to Indian forces in the remote northeast, with one civilian shot dead in renewed violence a day after 14 people were killed by defence forces, officials said. View the full article
  10. Bob Dole, who overcame grievous Second World War combat wounds to become a pre-eminent figure in U.S. politics as a longtime Republican senator from Kansas and his party's unsuccessful 1996 presidential nominee, died on Sunday. He was 98. View the full article
  11. The federal government has issued new travel rules to make it easier for Canadians in South Africa to return home. Many were left stranded due after that country's discovery of the omicron coronavirus variant late last month. View the full article
  12. The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary says two people were killed in a plane crash in the area of Flora Lake on Saturday. View the full article
  13. With climate change creating more extreme weather, it's shown us how vulnerable our homes can be. But experts say there are ways to make them more resilient to floods. View the full article
  14. I want to give my boys the same warm Hanukkah memories I enjoyed but I don’t know where to buy candles or which latkes to make or how you get the jelly inside a doughnut, writes Wendy Litner. View the full article
  15. When Gina Lonati was five years old, her family took her to Sea World in California, where she came face to face with a dolphin — and knew immediately that she had just glimpsed her future. View the full article
  16. A Brandon, Man., couple are quarantining in a Toronto hotel after returning from South Africa, just days after the federal government placed travel restrictions on 10 countries due to the presence of a new variant of concern. View the full article
  17. Rescuers were searching for survivors Sunday on the slopes of the highest volcano on Indonesia's island of Java after it was rocked by an eruption that killed at least 13 people, as smoldering debris and thick mud hampered their efforts. View the full article
  18. With European states turning to mandatory national vaccination regimes to deal with record COVID-19 infections, experts in Canada say that while science and the law may back the Liberal government if it chose to follow suit, it might not be the panacea the public is hoping for. View the full article
  19. As Barbados became a republic and replaced Queen Elizabeth as its head of state, the ceremonies also reflected the ongoing — but subtle — transition playing out within the upper echelons of the House of Windsor. View the full article
  20. Members of Parliament of different party stripes have won a chance to pursue policies close to their hearts — and maybe even see their ideas adopted into law — all thanks to some good luck. View the full article
  21. The long-term provision of flexible work will remain a key draw for employees in Canada's future economy and also for organizations looking to retain their services, employers and experts say. View the full article
  22. Canadian field hockey players stuck in South Africa due to COVID-19 travel restrictions are set to finally depart on Dec. 8 after receiving a travel exemption from the Canadian government. View the full article
  23. Last week
  24. RCAF Sikorsky Cyclone helicopters are undergoing repairs after routine maintenance identified cracks in the tails of four of the aircraft. View the full article
  25. CNN has fired anchor Chris Cuomo after details emerged about how he assisted his brother, former New York governor Andrew Cuomo, as the politician faced sexual harassment allegations earlier this year. View the full article
  26. A right whale that had been entangled in fishing rope — some of which had been removed by rescuers earlier this year — was spotted this week off the coast of Georgia with a new calf. View the full article
  27. Griffin Campbell caught two touchdown passes for the Western Mustangs, who won their eighth Vanier Cup on Saturday, defeating the Saskatchewan Huskies 27-21 in Quebec City. View the full article
  28. Nav Bhatia, the diehard Toronto Raptors supporter known as the "Superfan," is about to become even more well-known — as actor Kal Penn is going to play him in a forthcoming Hollywood biopic. View the full article
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