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May 18, 2018  

OPP officer suffers minor injuries in collision in South Cayuga, Ont.

SOUTH CAYUGA, Ont. – Provincial police say an officer

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May 18, 2018  

University of Saskatchewan fires coach over recruitment of student facing charge

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan has fired men’s

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May 18, 2018  

P.E.I. police probe collision involving truck and school bus carrying children

BEDEQUE, P.E.I. – RCMP in P.E.I. are investigating a

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May 17, 2018  

Military member based in Winnipeg faces sex assault charges in Ontario

OTTAWA – A soldier based in Winnipeg has been

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May 17, 2018  

Sex assault supports vary in B.C. universities a year after provincial bill

VANCOUVER – One year after a bill came into

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May 17, 2018  

Rugby Canada says sport has good safety record, despite two deaths in five years

Rugby Canada’s CEO says major traumatic injuries like one

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May 17, 2018  

Verdict for Manitoba man accused of sending letter bombs to lawyers, ex wife

WINNIPEG – A Winnipeg man is expected to find

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May 17, 2018  

Peace officer who picked up vial on street exposed to fentanyl, hospitalized

SEBA BEACH, Alta. – A peace officer had to

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May 15, 2018  

Tow truck driver charged after allegedly intentionally striking car

GUELPH, Ont. – Police in Guelph, Ont., have laid

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May 15, 2018  

After years of pressure, prison service to usher in needle exchange programs

OTTAWA – The federal prison service plans to introduce

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May 14, 2018  

Man accused in military centre stabbing acquitted of terror charges, not criminally responsible for actions

TORONTO – A man with schizophrenia who attacked soldiers

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May 14, 2018  

No one on watch as track worker injured at Delta, B.C., rail yard: TSB

RICHMOND, B.C. – The Transportation Safety Board has determined

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May 14, 2018  

School division sorry after employee dressed up as Spice Girl with blackface

SHERWOOD PARK, Alta. – An Alberta school division has

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May 13, 2018  

Feds stepping up inspections of foreign worker job sites following audit

OTTAWA – The federal Liberal government, chastised last year

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May 12, 2018  

Two fishermen dead after boat capsizes in Inverness County, Cape Breton

COLINDALE, N.S. – Police say two fishermen are dead

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May 12, 2018  

Texters who distract drivers could be held liable in accidents: insurance expert

MONTREAL – An insurance and legal expert says texters

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May 12, 2018  

New Brunswick Speaker jumps from Liberal ranks amid harassment allegation

FREDERICTON – The speaker of the New Brunswick legislature

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May 10, 2018  

Green party says investigation clears May on harassment complaint

OTTAWA – An independent investigation has cleared Green party

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May 10, 2018  

WestJet faces criticism for asking passengers to film flight attendants at work

MONTREAL – WestJet Airlines Inc. is facing criticism after

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May 9, 2018  

Alberta amends bill to broaden size of no protest zones at abortion clinics

EDMONTON – The Alberta government is changing its proposed