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February 28, 2018  

Manitoba NDP appoints 2 women to lead probe into sex harassment, misconduct

WINNIPEG – The Manitoba NDP has appointed two women

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February 28, 2018  

Inquiry judge wants Alberta police to have more crisis intervention training

EDMONTON – A judge wants police in Alberta to

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February 27, 2018  

Acadia University launches investigation into controversial professor

WOLFVILLE, N.S. – Acadia University has launched a formal

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February 26, 2018  

Road worker killed after car crashes into highway work site near Montreal

MONTREAL – A 44-year-old road worker was killed and

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February 23, 2018  

Roof of community arena collapses in Calgary neighbourhood, nobody hurt

CALGARY – No one was hurt when the roof

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February 23, 2018  

Defunct Ontario mining company fined $1.3 million in 2014 worker deaths

The Ontario government says a now-bankrupt mining company has

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February 22, 2018  

Manitoba premier announces ‘no wrong door’ harassment policy for all staff

WINNIPEG – The Manitoba government is implementing a new

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February 22, 2018  

Montrealer’s fight for insurance benefits highlights dangers of social media: lawyers

MONTREAL – The case of a Montreal writer who

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February 21, 2018  

Laws must change, politician says after N.L. man acquitted of sexist slur

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – A Newfoundland politician is hoping

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February 21, 2018  

B.C. lawsuit seeks damages after women secretly recorded in a work bathroom

VANCOUVER – The former operator of a wedding decor

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February 20, 2018  

Juror who spent five months at Ontario murder trial files lawsuit

An advocate for the rights of jurors has filed

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February 20, 2018  

Prison tattoo and needle programs would help curb hepatitis: internal memo

OTTAWA – Setting up tattoo parlours and needle-exchange programs

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February 17, 2018  

RCMP member launches appeal to avoid new hearing over alleged harassment

OTTAWA – An RCMP member who was fined for

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February 16, 2018  

Imperial warns faulty aircraft gasoline could pose fuel gauge interference

CALGARY – Imperial Oil Ltd. is warning regulators and

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February 16, 2018  

B.C. ride hailing report makes 32 recommendations to pave way for regulations

VICTORIA – An all-party British Columbia government committee is

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February 15, 2018  

No injuries reported in small plane crash at Toronto’s island airport

TORONTO – A minor plane crash at Toronto’s island

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February 15, 2018  

TSB calls for improved safety at rail crossings after death of man in wheelchair

MONCTON, N.B. – The Transportation Safety Board of Canada

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February 14, 2018  

New rules for use of surveillance cameras in Quebec care centres start March 7

MONTREAL – New rules governing surveillance cameras in long-term

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February 14, 2018  

Tougher harassment rules to apply to online spaces, says Labour Minister Hajdu

OTTAWA – The Liberal government wants its proposed stricter

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February 13, 2018  

Didn’t hear tickling complaints about former NDP minister: former chief of staff

WINNIPEG – A chief of staff to former Manitoba