Remembrance Day, poppy thief and helicopter crash top Canadian headlines
Unruly behaviour at Toronto Remembrance Day ceremony, a helicopter crash in Hawaii, poppy thief discovered to be the son of a veterans group president, Quebec provincial cop arrested, Bay of Fundy doesn't make "seven natural wonders of the world" list...but congratulations, you've made it to the good news: homeless vets could be in renovated apartments by Christmas.
Here are today's top headlines.
"Remembrance Day: A time to honour and remember Canada's war dead"
"Son of veterans group president charged in theft of 10 poppy donation boxes"
"Man, woman charged with disorderly conduct at Toronto Remembrance Day ceremony"
"Police take down tents at Occupy Nova Scotia site after mayor issues ultimatum"
"Quebec provincial cop arrested for drunk driving, hurting someone in accident"
"Homeless vets in Calgary could be in renovated apartments by Christmas"
"Two Canadian tourists among five killed in Hawaii helicopter crash"
"Canada can't afford to hunker down during global economic turmoil"
"Bay of Fundy doesn't make list of seven natural wonders of the world"