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Rob Allen, a member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, is on trial for trafficking cocaine. (Postmedia Network files)

Hells Angel paranoid about drug move

A police informant in the Project Forseti raids says a Saskatoon Hells Angel was becoming increasingly paranoid while the two were planning to move cocaine from Ontario to Saskatoon.

Jennifer Hillier-Penney is pictured in this RCMP handout photo.

Woman’s disappearance considered suspicious

The disappearance of a 38-year-old Newfoundland woman is considered suspicious and the case is a high priority for RCMP in St. Anthony, N.L., a police spokesman said Wednesday as a dive team searched the small town’s harbour.

Dr. Myron MacDonald is shown in a 1996 file photo. RALPH BOWER / PNG

Doc asks patients for retirement money

A West Vancouver doctor who wrote a letter asking patients for regular payments to support him during retirement is facing scrutiny from the B.C. College of Physicians and Surgeons.

Pedestrians walk past a large, but thin, Christmas tree at the intersection of Ste-Catherine and Jeanne-Mance Sts in Montreal on December 5, 2016. (Allen McInnis/MONTREAL GAZETTE/Postmedia Network)

Montreal's Christmas tree called ugly

Montrealers flocked to the Quartier des Spectacles at lunch hour on Monday to get a close look at the city's much-maligned Christmas tree, which has been ridiculed on social media over the past several days.

Vegetables are on display for sale at the Jean Talon Market in Montreal on Jan. 11, 2016. The typical Canadian family will spend up to $420 more on groceries and dining out next year, getting little relief from a recent drop in the cost of food, suggests a new report released Monday. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson)

Families to spend up to $420 more on food

The typical Canadian family will spend up to $420 more on groceries and dining out next year, getting little relief from a recent drop in the cost of food, suggests a new report released Monday.

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Part-time work helps Canada add 10,700 jobs

The Canadian labour market unexpectedly added 10,700 net jobs last month and the unemployment rate slid to 6.8 per cent — but the latest numbers raise questions about the quality of the work.

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Your Air Miles points are safe

Following an uproar from consumers, the company that runs the Air Miles loyalty points program says it is cancelling plans that would have seen collectors lose any miles not used within five years.

A multimillionaire Toronto technology entrepreneur has been so far unable to sell his one-of-a-kind, 10-bedroom Atlantic Canada vacation mansion, shown in these photos provided by Sandleigh Estates, complete with private beaches, a custom go-kart track and a baseball field. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Sandleigh Estates)

Toronto tycoon’s N.B. mansion remains unsold

A multimillionaire Toronto technology entrepreneur has been so far unable to sell his one-of-a-kind, 10-bedroom Atlantic Canada vacation mansion, complete with private beaches, a custom go-kart track and a baseball field.