News 'Shocked': Retiring chief justice was blindsided by Stephen Harper's public attack 2017-12-14T16:47:20.000000000-05:00 Retiring Supreme Court Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin says public trust in a vital democratic institution was at stake in an extraordinary public battle between her and former prime minister Stephen Harper. 5 Disney-Fox crossovers we'd love to see 2017-12-14T15:55:12.000000000-05:00 Disney buying a large part of 21st Century Fox opens the door to a galaxy of blockbuster combinations, says CBC's Eli Glasner. Quebec premier condemns 'baseless' media report that women were barred from work site near mosque 2017-12-14T15:48:49.000000000-05:00 Quebec's labour minister has confirmed that no Montreal mosque sought to exclude women from a nearby work site during Friday prayers. Premier Philippe Couillard said the "baseless" news report on the work site created needless social tension. 'It broke me': Six months later, witnesses to London's Grenfell Tower fire still have flashbacks 2017-12-14T14:09:41.000000000-05:00 As British officials, including the royals, memorialize the six-month anniversary of the Greenfell Tower fire, area residents are still haunted by the tragedy and angered by what they see as a poor government response. 141 women at risk for infections after ultrasounds at Edmonton clinic, officials warn 2017-12-14T13:35:30.000000000-05:00 Alberta Health Services is notifying 141 women who may be at risk of blood-borne and sexually transmitted infections after undergoing endovaginal ultrasounds at an Edmonton clinic. Rohingya deaths at least 16 times government's official toll, MSF reports 2017-12-14T13:34:01.000000000-05:00 A deeper dive into the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse. 4 dead in Hydro One helicopter crash near Tweed, Ont. 2017-12-14T13:26:38.000000000-05:00 Four people are dead after a Hydro One helicopter crashed northeast of Tweed, Ont., this afternoon. FCC votes to roll back U.S. net neutrality protections 2017-12-14T13:17:08.000000000-05:00 The Federal Communications Commission voted to roll back U.S. laws designed to ensure a free and open internet, a controversial yet expected decision that critics say hands control of web traffic to a small number of billion-dollar companies. These are the things that Bank of Canada's Poloz says keep him awake at night 2017-12-14T12:25:00.000000000-05:00 Cyber threats, the housing market, youth jobs, and bitcoin are among the things that Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz says keep him up at night. Canada's electronic spy agency and military get new orders to prevent sharing information gained by torture 2017-12-14T12:18:51.000000000-05:00 The Liberal government has issued a new directive to restrict Canada's electronic spy agency, the military and the foreign ministry from using — or passing along — information that may have been derived by torture carried out by other countries.