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Jury in Manafort trial: What if we can't agree on 1 count?

ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The jury in the financial fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort asked the judge Tuesday what it should do if it cannot reach a consensus for a single count in the case.
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Marijuana stocks up after Ontario announces cannabis supply agreements

Some marijuana sector stocks are up slightly after Ontario announced supply agreements with 26 licensed producers in preparation for legalization of recreational pot this fall.
Smaller producers which signed initial agreements with the Ontario Cannabis Store, which will be selling pot online starting on Oct.
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Tim Hortons franchisee who led class-action settles suit, leaves chain

A Tim Hortons franchisee who was the lead plaintiff on a class-action suit against the company is no longer with the coffee-and-doughnut chain's parent company after reaching an agreement with Restaurant Brands International.
Mark Kuziora operated two locations in Toronto and was an outspoken member of an unsanctioned franchisee group started more than a year ago, the Great White North Franchisee Association.
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Jurors in Paul Manafort trial struggle reach consensus on one count

Jurors in the fraud trial of Paul Manafort asked the judge Tuesday how to fill out a verdict form if they were unable to reach a consensus on one of the 18 counts faced by the former campaign chair for Donald Trump.
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Scheer going to India to 'repair' relationship after 'disastrous' Trudeau trip

Six months after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's foreign policy prowess was pummelled by a disorganized state visit to India, his chief opponent is heading to New Delhi to try to "repair and strengthen" Canada-India relations.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer will take his team to India for nine days in October.
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Marijuana stocks rise on news of Ontario supply agreements

TORONTO -- Some marijuana sector stocks are up slightly after Ontario announced supply agreements with 26 licensed producers in preparation for legalization of recreational pot this fall.
Smaller producers which signed initial agreements with the Ontario Cannabis Store, which will be selling pot online starting on Oct.
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Truck driver charged in Humboldt Broncos crash sees case adjourned until October

MELFORT, Sask. -- The case of a Calgary truck driver charged in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash has been adjourned until October.
Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, who is 29, is charged with 16 counts of dangerous driving causing death and 13 counts of dangerous driving causing bodily injury.
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Kelly Marie Tran breaks silence about online harassment over Star Wars

Kelly Marie Tran is breaking her silence about online harassment months after deleting her Instagram account.
In an essay published Tuesday in The New York Times, the Star Wars: The Last Jedi actress wrote it "wasn't their words, it's that I started to believe them.
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Trump plan rolls back Obama-era regulations on power plants

The Trump administration on Tuesday came out with new rules scaling back Obama-era constraints on coal-fired power plants, striking at one of the former administration's legacy programs to rein in climate-changing fossil-fuel emissions.
The Environmental Protection Agency called the Obama-era regulations on coal power plants "overly prescriptive and burdensome.
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Animal crackers break out of their cages

After more than a century behind bars, the beasts on boxes of animal crackers are roaming free.
Mondelez International, the parent company of Nabisco, has redesigned the packaging of its Barnum's Animals crackers after relenting to pressure from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
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A rural Saskatchewan community is rallying around a family that has lost everything in a devastating house fire just as they were eagerly anticipating the homecoming of their one-month-old triplets.
Mom Danielle Johnston made nation-wide headlines last month when she saved her newborn daughter with CPR after suddenly going into labour at home in Griffin.
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Premier John Horgan tours wildfire-stricken northern B.C. as smoke blankets region

B.C. Premier John Horgan is touring the wildfires-stricken area around Prince George Tuesday morning.
Horgan will be speaking to media at 9:40 a.m. PT.
CBC will livestream the event here and on our Facebook page.
On Monday night, fire officials painted an alarming picture of three huge, raging wildfires racing through an area of central B.C.
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