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May 31, 2018  

Alberta passes bill creating no protest zones around abortion clinics

EDMONTON – Alberta lawmakers have passed a bill mandating

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May 31, 2018  

Second mate fell asleep on grounded tug off Vancouver Island: TSB report

VANCOUVER – The Transportation Safety Board says the second

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May 30, 2018  

Concerns raised over high fees charged to temporary foreign workers

OTTAWA – Canada needs to do more to protect

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May 30, 2018  

TSB investigates after CP Rail freight train derails west of Winnipeg

ROSSER, Man. – A Canadian Pacific Railway freight train

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May 30, 2018  

Decision reveals racist bullying at Halifax bus garage: ‘Minorities not welcome’

HALIFAX – A bus mechanic married to an African

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May 29, 2018  

Report on use of force by Calgary police stresses training, recruitment

CALGARY – A wide-ranging report on the Calgary Police

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May 29, 2018  

Harassment policy consultations: Manitoba asks former staff for input

WINNIPEG – Former civil servants are being asked to share

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May 29, 2018  

Man in serious condition after being caught in machine at Woodstock, Ont., plant

WOODSTOCK, Ont. – Police say a man is in serious

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May 28, 2018  

Alberta Mounties make arrest in 2017 gas and dash that killed station owner

THORSBY, Alta. – Alberta RCMP have made an arrest in

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May 27, 2018  

Newfoundland woman at centre of Scottish workplace harassment scandal

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – A Newfoundland-born woman has sparked

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May 27, 2018  

Manitoba civil servant policy says booze OK, marijuana not, at office parties

WINNIPEG – Manitoba civil servants will be able swig

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May 24, 2018  

Desmond inquiry to look at mental health, domestic violence services

HALIFAX – The public inquiry into the deaths of

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May 24, 2018  

Quebec journalists denounce right wing group for storming Vice Quebec newsroom

MONTREAL – Quebec’s federation of journalists is denouncing the

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May 23, 2018  

Saskatchewan pilot charged with impaired flying following crash landing

SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. – A pilot in southern Saskatchewan

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May 23, 2018  

Woman pleads guilty in Saskatoon to making bomb threats, mailing white powder

SASKATOON – A woman who sent white powder packages

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May 23, 2018  

Investigation launched after Winnipeg water plant employee killed on job

WINNIPEG – A worker is dead following an accident

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May 22, 2018  

Man arrested after shots fired at RCMP detachment on N.B. First Nation

TOBIQUE, N.B. – One man is in custody after

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May 22, 2018  

Homes evacuated due to hydrochloric acid spill on Alberta highway

BOYLE, Alta. – A highway detour is in place

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May 21, 2018  

Fire crews remain at one of several buildings affected by fire in Brandon, Man.

BRANDON, Man. – As a massive fire in downtown

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May 18, 2018  

Doug Ford says Tories looking into allegations involving candidate who resigned

CAMBRIDGE, Ont. – Doug Ford said Thursday his party