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January 31, 2019  

Family of man who died in Ontario jail launches lawsuit against province, guards

TORONTO – The family of a man who died

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January 31, 2019  

Canada reduces presence in Cuba after another diplomat falls mysteriously ill

OTTAWA – A 14th Canadian has fallen ill to

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January 31, 2019  

‘Murderous rage:’ Crown argues bus driver’s actions didn’t deserve being stabbed

WINNIPEG – A transit bus driver who was killed

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January 30, 2019  

Searchers recover body of missing crew member from sunken boat off Halifax

HALIFAX – Navy divers recovered the body of a

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January 30, 2019  

Government report lists multiple trucking violations by Humboldt semi driver

MELFORT, Sask. – A Saskatchewan government report says the

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January 29, 2019  

Sexual assault investigations at hydroelectric project alarming: chief

WINNIPEG – The grand chief who represents First Nations

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January 29, 2019  

Truck didn’t stop at Saskatchewan intersection where Broncos crash happened

MELFORT, Sask. – A Saskatchewan court has heard that

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January 28, 2019  

Metrolinx to ban recreational pot use for some workers, union to fight move

TORONTO – Regional transit agency Metrolinx plans to ban

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January 28, 2019  

Mother whose 11 year old son died in school bus accident calls for seatbelts

OTTAWA – Denna Weston was among the first on

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January 25, 2019  

Four workers injured in propane explosion outside Mississauga strip mall

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Police say four workers have been

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January 25, 2019  

Calgary paramedic struck by car while helping patient, driver charged

Calgary police have charged a man after a paramedic

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January 25, 2019  

Former Mountie involved in Taser death at Vancouver airport suing government

VANCOUVER – A former Mountie involved in the death

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January 25, 2019  

Four of 14 students in bus crash taken to hospital in B.C.’s Fraser Valley

MISSION, B.C. – Emergency Health Services says four students

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January 24, 2019  

Tracks cleared, investigation begins, at scene of Saskatchewan train derailment

SASKATOON – Crews have now cleared all damaged cars

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January 24, 2019  

CF 18 fighter pilot fined $2000 after pleading guilty to flying too low

COLD LAKE, Alta. – A fighter pilot has been

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January 24, 2019  

Women four times more likely to experience sexual assault at work

Violence-related injuries at work are on the rise across

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January 24, 2019  

Pay gap between women, men in Canadian tech jobs is nearly $20K per year: study

TORONTO – Women in Canadian tech jobs, with a

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January 23, 2019  

Two companies fined for workplace safety violations that led to worker’s injury

WEYBURN, Sask. – Two out-of-province companies have been fined

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January 23, 2019  

Entry level training standard en route for Canadian truckers within a year

MONTREAL – The country’s transportation ministers have agreed to

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January 23, 2019  

OPP re-investigating jail cell death of man found with dozens of injuries

TORONTO – Ontario Provincial Police have re-opened the case