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The Crown says a teenager who shot and killed four and injured seven in La Loche knew exactly what he was doing. Before the January 2016 shooting in northern Saskatchewan, the teen researched school shootings online as well as what it felt like to kill someone, Crown prosecutor Pouria Tabrizi-Reardigan told a courtroom in Meadow Lake, Sask.

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These are not your grandmother’s Maple Leafs. Or your father’s, writes Damien Cox.
And that's a good thing. The Leafs are ahead of the curve for a change, not swimming against the prevailing tide.

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Colin Kaepernick might never land another quarterbacking job in the NFL — 47 (!) others have thrown a pass this season — but the movement started by the former 49er is gaining traction in surprising places, Bruce Arthur writes.

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We won’t see the end of this war in our lifetime, probably not even in our children’s lifetime, writes Rosie DiManno.

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Today’s van lifers aren’t the off-the-grid driveway squatters or Woodstock hippies of the ’60s. These millennial-aged wanderers, also known as digital nomads, are extremely plugged in.

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Should the teenage boy on the cover of the upcoming budget, for instance, be really happy with a big smile, or just sort of happy with a smaller smile? Such were the preoccupations of government officials that are detailed in a 607-page trove of documents released recently. The whopper in the release, first reported last week, is that the finance department spent $212,234 on this exercise.

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By unanimously condemning Quebec’s new ban on face coverings for Muslim women (who seek public services), Queen’s Park delivered an unprecedented rebuke to the national assembly, writes Martin Regg Cohn.

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“It also makes you feel like you’re part of something. I think that’s true for a lot of Canadians. I’m in good company," Gord Downie's brother Mike shared.

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Somehow, finally, in considering the prospect of inviting a new global tech giant to the city, Toronto became aware of its own attractiveness, writes Edward Keenan.

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Watching the Tragically Hip documentary #LongTimeRunning? Check out what the Star's Ben Rayner found out about Gord Downie's upcoming final album, Introduce Yerself.
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