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The former RCMP employee appeared to grow frustrated as she was repeatedly pressed to explain the tone of the e-mails... [Read More]
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Othman Hamdan has pleaded not guilty to encouraging murder, assault and mischief for terrorist purposes, as well as and instructing someone to carry out a... [Read More]
Othman Hamdan allegedly used his Facebook account to praise 'lone wolves' who committed violent attacks... [Read More]
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The national inquiry heard its first public testimony in Whitehorse last week and commissioners will spend the summer preparing for the next hearings in the... [Read More]
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Terry Ladue urged the commissioners to do more than just talk and to take action to elevate Indigenous people in society... [Read More]
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Edna Deerunner, who says the RCMP failed to investigate her mother's death, is asking the force for an apology. [Read More]
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Edna Deerunner asked the national force for an apology 'to me and my family and my community for not opening a file on my mama'... [Read More]
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Frances Neumann, the first family member to speak publicly at the inquiry, urged the commissioners not to let her sister-in-law's death be in vain... [Read More]
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People who've lost loved ones are eager to finally share their experiences but have questions about how their stories will be used, advocates say. [Read More]
Trudeau was asked on Friday about the possibility that B.C. could wind up with a government that opposes the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. He suggested... [Read More]
Trudeau is the first sitting head of government to be invited to address the annual gathering of CEOs, his office said. [Read More]
Trudeau's visit comes as U.S. President Donald Trump's administration poses both challenges and opportunities for Canada's high-tech industry... [Read More]
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to pitch major multinational companies on investing in Canada's technology sector on Wednesday, joining top business leaders inside the... [Read More]
The results will remain unclear for at least two weeks until absentee ballots are counted, which could flip close ridings... [Read More]
The results will remain unclear for at least two weeks until absentee ballots are counted, which could flip close ridings... [Read More]
The election campaign began four weeks ago with Clark and Horgan facing what was predicted to be a close battle to become B.C.'s next premier... [Read More]
Colorado legalized marijuana in 2012 and became the first U.S. state to launch storefront sales in 2014. The Trudeau government plans to legalize pot July... [Read More]
As the provincial election nears, the two leading parties unveiled duelling promises on bridge tolls, tax cuts and rate freezes... [Read More]
Parks Canada is proposing a paved route buffered from the busy road by trees, but environmental groups say it will damage sensitive caribou and grizzly... [Read More]
A coalition of aboriginal women's advocacy groups is expressing concerns about the national missing and murdered women's inquiry, saying the commission has failed to adequately... [Read More]
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