Top Stories Amber Alert issued for Layla Sabry, 9, last seen in Welland, Ont. 2016-12-03T02:24:54.000000Z Police in Ontario have issued an Amber alert for a missing nine-year-old girl. Kensington police officer apologizes to Nickelback for Facebook post 2016-12-03T01:05:00.000000Z A Kensington, P.E.I., police officer has apologized for "bullying" Nickelback and removed a Facebook post he says drew a reaction far beyond his expectations. The heart of a stranger: Woman meets daughters of man whose heart gave her new life 2016-12-03T00:17:19.000000Z Five years after receiving the heart of a stranger, Julie Lyons wept as she ran into the arms of his two daughters, who gave permission for the organ transplant. Trump's Carrier deal saves 800 jobs in exchange for $7M in incentives 2016-12-02T22:41:00.000000Z The $7-million incentive package Carrier Corp. will receive in a deal with U.S. president-elect Donald Trump and vice president-elect Mike Pence is a departure from how tax credits are commonly used in Indiana. As fighting intensifies in Aleppo, UN mulls Canadian resolution to end conflict 2016-12-02T21:56:01.000000Z The United Nations General Assembly began talks on Friday on a Canadian-drafted resolution that would demand an end to fighting in Syria. Is chocolate really good for you? UBC scientists make new tool to measure antioxidants 2016-12-02T21:48:40.000000Z Every chocolate lover wants the headlines about antioxidants in chocolate to be true. And for better or for worse, determining just how much of the disease-fighting molecules are contained in this popular treat may be getting a little easier with a new tool created by UBC researchers. Woman charged with 1st-degree murder in death of Toronto-born law professor in Florida 2016-12-02T21:10:16.000000Z A woman arrested in the death of a Canadian legal scholar in Florida has been charged with first-degree murder for her alleged role in what investigators have suggested was a murder-for-hire rooted in a bitter divorce. Ukraine's pilot heroine tells Canada: Don't be nice to Putin 2016-12-02T21:08:54.000000Z Nadiya Savchenko is a national hero in Ukraine after going AWOL to fight Russian-backed separatists and for enduring two years in a Russian jail. Freed in a prisoner swap, she's in politics now and warns against any warming in relations with Vladimir Putin's regime. Mop it up: Canadian North uses manual method to de-ice planes in Cape Dorset 2016-12-02T20:14:27.000000Z A low-tech version of airplane de-icing left some passengers shocked in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, this week, but the airline says the method is approved and safe. Cuba's dictator was Colombia's peacemaker: How Castro helped end conflict with FARC 2016-12-02T19:34:56.000000Z In the same week that Fidel Castro's ashes made their final journey across Cuba, Colombia's congress approved a peace deal with FARC rebels — a goal the dictator had encouraged for 20 years.