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The principal of a Toronto all-boys school says he supports the charges laid against six students in connection with an alleged sexual assault. Greg Reeves says an independent review will take a “deep dive” into St. Michael’s College School’s culture. (The Canadian Press)

Actor Michael Coleman says he has never kissed or inappropriately touched any acting student or fan. Coleman, who’s played a dwarf in the series "Once Upon a Time," says four separate allegations have been made against him.

The two sons of an Iranian-Canadian professor who died in a Tehran prison say their mother has been barred from leaving Iran. Ramin and Mehran Seyed-Emami arrived at Vancouver International Airport on Thursday.

Ralph Goodale is hosting a national summit on gun and gang violence. The public safety minister says there is “broad consensus” to ensure background checks on firearm purchases work efficiently.

A Saskatchewan RCMP town hall near the farm where Colten Boushie was fatally shot in 2016 heard from rural residents on Monday about protecting their property. Police said residents shouldn't take matters into their own hands.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Toronto police have released a photograph of a man who is believed to be a victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur. Det. Sgt. Hank Idsinga says releasing the image is a “last resort” to find the man’s identity.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Donald Trump’s plan to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports is “unacceptable.” Speaking Friday in Barrie, Ontario, Trudeau said the proposed tariffs would hurt both Canada and the U.S.

The finance minister was asked Thursday about legislation in the budget that would give foreign authorities some access to Canadians’ confidential information. Bill Morneau says the measure is aimed at cracking down on tax evasion.

Rallying civil servants say they’ll hold the government’s feet to the fire after the Liberals promised to replace the Phoenix pay system. The system has been a nightmare for thousands of government workers since it launched.

The 2018 federal budget tabled Tuesday lays the foundation for a national pharmacare program in 2019. Finance Minister Bill Morneau says it is “not acceptable” some Canadians don’t have access to prescription drugs.

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