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But the prime minister, like Gen. Jonathan Vance and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, won’t say why Norman was let g…
01.18 / 11:17
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We may see some reduction in arbitrary pedestrian carding, but we still have a long way to go before we'll see meaningful improvements in relations with…
01.18 / 10:15
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Senator wants inquiry after charges stayed against two women in Alberta…
01.18 / 10:02
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ABBOTSFORD, B.C. – Convicted British Columbia killer Kelly Ellard is expected to ask for parole again today, less than a year after a parole board said she was too entitled to be released. At Ellard’s first parole hearing last May, she took responsibility for the death of 14-year-old Reena Virk after repeatedly denying that she The post Kelly Ellard tries again for parole from life sentence for killing B.C. teen appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from…
01.18 / 09:35
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Six stories in the news for Wednesday, Jan. 18 – – – BANK OF CANADA TO RELEASE ECONOMIC FORECAST The Bank of Canada will make a scheduled interest rate announcement and release its economic forecast today amid widespread uncertainty as Donald Trump prepares to be sworn in as U.S. president. It’s widely anticipated that Bank The post Six stories in the news today, Jan. 18 appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports from around…
01.18 / 09:34
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Research suggests climate change could increase the number of nice days Canadians enjoy. Most global warming studies have focused on extreme weather or broad-scale averages of temperature and precipitation. But Karin van der Wiel, of Princeton University, says that's not how people…
01.18 / 05:07
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With only two Francophones in the running to be the next leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, establishing verbal credibility during the French Language debate in Quebec City Tuesday for the rest of the field was always going to be about staying well clear of last…
01.18 / 04:46
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For decades, scientists have warned that we're on a dangerous path. It stems from our delusion that endless growth in population, consumption and the economy is possible and is the very purpose of society. But endless growth is not feasible in a finite biosphere. Growth is not an end but a means. read more …
01.18 / 04:32
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The Canadian Press TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. – The rusty patched bumblebee has become the first bee species in the continental U.S. to be declared endangered after suffering a dramatic population decline over the past 20 years, federal officials said Tuesday. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service first told The Associated Press it was adding the…
01.18 / 02:48
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The Halifax Typographical Union has agreed to adjourn an unfair labour practice complaint as it hopes to head back to the bargaining…
01.18 / 02:23
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VANCOUVER – A British Columbia Supreme Court judge has instructed a jury to be “very cautious” about relying on eyewitness evidence to find guilt in the case of four men accused of smuggling hundreds of Tamil migrants to Canada. Justice William Ehrcke noted that the jury had heard evidence from witnesses that on more than The post Judge instructs jury to be cautious about eyewitness evidence in Tamil ship case appeared first on The Lethbridge Herald - News and Sports…
01.18 / 02:23
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Sgt. Les Kaminski has been charged with perjury and assault with a weapon and Const. Brant Derrick has been charged with assault causing bodily harm, stemming from the arrest of Jason Arkinstall in 2008, says Alberta’s police w…
01.18 / 02:03
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QUEBEC - All 13 Conservative leadership candidates crossed swords in a French-language debate Tuesday as they tried to cement their credentials ahead of the vote in May. Each of the 13 read a 30-second opening statement with varying degrees of proficiency in French. Kellie Leitch quickly…
01.18 / 01:42
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It's been almost six months since Ottawa announced funding for the units, which are intended to help families navigate the justice…
01.18 / 01:01
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The Canadian dollar strengthened to a nearly three-month high against its U.S. counterpart on Tuesday, one day before a Bank of Canada interest rate decision and updated outlook, as a New Year selloff of the greenback…
01.18 / 00:20
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Reality television personality and businessman would shake up Conservative race with four months to…
01.18 / 00:00
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OTTAWA - Nearly six months after Ottawa promised millions of dollars to help the families of missing or murdered indigenous women and girls navigate the justice system, only Ontario appears anywhere near getting its program off the ground. "It's quite concerning for families," said…
01.17 / 23:19
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A Crown attorney at the human-smuggling trial of two Canadians and two Sri Lankans says that police adapted to a ‘rather unusual situation’ with the arrival a dilapidated vessel carrying 492 Tamil mig…
01.17 / 22:59
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After catching up with ordinary Canadians, PM will have much to discuss when he huddles with his cabinet in Calgary next…
01.17 / 22:58
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Furniture and household goods are being collected in preparation of the arrival of more Syrian refugees in Saint…
01.17 / 22:38
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