Toronto Star U.S. military acknowledges aistrike on Mosul where residents say more than 100 were killed 2017-03-26T05:17:00.000000Z If confirmed, the March 17 incident would mark the greatest loss of civilian life since the United States began strikes on Daesh targets in Iraq and Syria in 2014. Judges need mandatory sexual assault training, MPP says 2017-03-26T02:29:00.000000Z Ontario Tory MPP Laurie Scott says mandatory training would help “change the culture” around sexual assault cases and will introduce a private member’s bill to force the issue if need be. Four people found dead in B.C. home 2017-03-26T02:19:51.000000Z Officers found the bodies when responding to a request for a check at a home in Venables Valley near Ashcroft on Friday afternoon. Trump’s political agenda gets tougher after health-care fiasco 2017-03-26T01:26:30.000000Z Without savings anticipated from the health-care bill, paying for the “massive” cuts Donald Trump has promised for corporations and middle-class families becomes considerably more complicated. Longer parental leave not for everyone, labour minister says 2017-03-26T00:03:19.000000Z The 2017 budget extended parental leave to 18 months, but anyone who wants to take more time off must spread 12 months worth of Employment Insurance payments over that time — receiving 33 per cent of average weekly earnings. New view of dinosaurs could radically reshape their family tree 2017-03-25T23:13:30.000000Z The published findings hint that dinosaurs might have originated in the northern hemisphere rather than the southern, and could upend an understanding of dinosaur evolution that has gone largely unchallenged for some 130 years. How a baby girl’s parasitic twin was removed 2017-03-25T23:13:00.000000Z Since birth, baby Dominique had been carrying her parasitic twin. Until a team of surgeons spent six hours systematically removing an extra pelvis, legs, feet and tiny toes that were protruding from her neck and back. Award-winning author Richard Wagamese honoured at Saturday memorial 2017-03-25T22:56:35.000000Z Wagamese, who died earlier this month, remembered as “a national treasure gone too soon.” Arkansas seeks witnesses for eight upcoming executions 2017-03-25T22:46:31.000000Z The Department of Correction director has begun asking for volunteers to fulfil a state law requiring that at least six people watch an execution. Indonesians’ taste for dog meat is growing 2017-03-25T22:32:30.000000Z Many Indonesians who are still too poor to eat beef, except on special occasions, can now afford dog or cat.