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Firefighters attend the scene of a multi-vehicle crash in Toronto on Friday June 24, 2016. The fiery collision happened Friday night on Highway 400 between Finch Avenue and Highway 401. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Victor Biro
Multiple fatalities reported in crash on highway in north Toronto
TORONTO - Multiple fatalities have been reported in a fiery multi-vehicle crash Friday night on Highway 400 in north Toronto.
Ontario Provincial Police Sgt. Kerry Schmidt said that based on reports from paramedics at the scene, police believe that five people were killed and that the victims may include children.


Canadians fall to fourth place at 2016 Canada Cup after loss to U.S.
RICHMOND, B.C. - A disappointing week for Canada ended with a 56-53 against the United States on Sunday at the 2016 Canada Cup international wheelchair rugby tournament.
The loss left Canada in fourth place with a 3-3 record. It's the first time the top-ranked Canadians have failed to win a medal in the 12-year history of the Canada Cup tournament.


A TV screen shows global stocks plunging following the British Brexit vote as traders, background, work at the Euronext Amsterdam Stock Exchange, Netherlands, Friday, June 24, 2016. The British vote to leave the EU shook up financial markets around the glo
North American stock markets tumble as traders flee in wake of Brexit vote
TORONTO - North American stock markets ended the day deep in the red in the wake of a vote by Britain to leave the European Union.
The vote left markets around the world bloodied amid concern that fallout from the decision will hurt global economic growth.


Jury finds Led Zeppelin did not steal intro to 'Stairway to Heaven'
LOS ANGELES, Calif. - A Los Angeles jury has decided the band Led Zeppelin did not steal the opening to its classic anthem "Stairway to Heaven."
The federal jury reached its verdict Thursday, settling a point that music fans have debated for decades but didn't find its way to court until two years ago.


Collet Stephan, second from left, wipes away a tear as she and her husband David Stephan arrive at the courthouse with their children in Lethbridge, Alta., Friday, June 24, 2016.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh
'Wilfully blind:' Dad gets jail in son's meningitis death; house arrest for mom
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. - A couple who failed to get proper medical treatment for their son who died of bacterial meningitis are going to spend time in custody.
A judge in southern Alberta has sentenced David Stephan to four months in jail and his wife, Collet, to three months of strict house arrest — 24 hours a day, seven days a week. She will only be allowed to go out for medical appointments and church.