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Head of RCMP watchdog orders investigation into arrest of Alta. teen with autism

The arrest of a teen with autism at a St. Albert playground will be investigated by the agency that looks into complaints involving Mounties.
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Head of RCMP watchdog orders investigation into arrest of Alta. teen with autism

The arrest of a teen with autism at a St. Albert playground will be investigated by the agency that looks into complaints involving Mounties.

Edmonton mom says she was beaten, robbed in random attack outside LRT station

An Edmonton mom opened up about a random attack while she was waiting for a train that left her bruised, concussed and questioning whether it's safe to take transit in the city.
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Edmonton mom says she was beaten, robbed in random attack outside LRT station

An Edmonton mom opened up about a random attack while she was waiting for a train that left her bruised, concussed and questioning whether it's safe to take transit in the city.

Doug Ford government will appeal Ontario court decision to strike down Bill 124

The Ontario government intends to appeal a court's decision that struck down a controversial bill that limited wages for public sector workers.
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Doug Ford government will appeal Ontario court decision to strike down Bill 124

The Ontario government intends to appeal a court's decision that struck down a controversial bill that limited wages for public sector workers.

Canadian military plane intercepted by Chinese jets 'numerous' times in recent weeks

Chinese military jets conducted several intercepts of a Royal Canadian Air Force patrol plane as it flew surveillance sorties from Japan as part of an international effort to enforce sanctions against North Korea, the Department of National Defence confirmed
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Canadian military plane intercepted by Chinese jets 'numerous' times in recent weeks

Chinese military jets conducted several intercepts of a Royal Canadian Air Force patrol plane as it flew surveillance sorties from Japan as part of an international effort to enforce sanctions against North Korea, the Department of National Defence confirmed Tuesday.

Dutch man who harassed B.C. teenager Amanda Todd returned to the Netherlands

The man convicted of harassing and extorting British Columbia teenager Amanda Todd has been returned to the Netherlands, where the prosecution office says a judge will decide if he serves any of his 13-year Canadian sentence.
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Dutch man who harassed B.C. teenager Amanda Todd returned to the Netherlands

The man convicted of harassing and extorting British Columbia teenager Amanda Todd has been returned to the Netherlands, where the prosecution office says a judge will decide if he serves any of his 13-year Canadian sentence.

In their final word, families of N.S. shooting victims call commission 'rudderless'

The commission investigating one of Canada's deadliest mass shootings has heard from families of the victims and other groups participating in the inquiry one last time, nine months after public proceedings got underway.
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In their final word, families of N.S. shooting victims call commission 'rudderless'

The commission investigating one of Canada's deadliest mass shootings has heard from families of the victims and other groups participating in the inquiry one last time, nine months after public proceedings got underway.

'I'm tired of it': London, Ont., cyclist struck twice by minivan in violent altercation caught on video

A young man from London, Ont., is shaken up after an alleged weekend road rage incident during which the driver of a minivan tried to run him over and quickly drove off.
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'I'm tired of it': London, Ont., cyclist struck twice by minivan in violent altercation caught on video

A young man from London, Ont., is shaken up after an alleged weekend road rage incident during which the driver of a minivan tried to run him over and quickly drove off.

National RCMP watchdog launches review into arrest of Alberta teen with autism

The Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP has launched an investigation into the arrest and detention of an Alberta teenager with autism who was apprehended at a playground in October. 
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National RCMP watchdog launches review into arrest of Alberta teen with autism

The Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP has launched an investigation into the arrest and detention of an Alberta teenager with autism who was apprehended at a playground in October. 

Latest GDP numbers show Canada's economy is still growing, but signs of slowdown are everywhere

Canada's economy expanded slightly in September, with the country's gross domestic product growing by 0.7 per cent during the third quarter.
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Latest GDP numbers show Canada's economy is still growing, but signs of slowdown are everywhere

Canada's economy expanded slightly in September, with the country's gross domestic product growing by 0.7 per cent during the third quarter.

Winnipeg Foundation willed $500M, largest gift to a Canadian charity by an individual

The Winnipeg Foundation says it has received the largest gift ever made to a Canadian charity by an individual — a $500-million bequest by a local business owner who died earlier this year.
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Winnipeg Foundation willed $500M, largest gift to a Canadian charity by an individual

The Winnipeg Foundation says it has received the largest gift ever made to a Canadian charity by an individual — a $500-million bequest by a local business owner who died earlier this year.

King Charles' three-day visit to Canada cost taxpayers at least $1.4 million

King Charles' whirlwind three-day trip to Canada in May 2022 cost Canadian taxpayers at least $1.4 million, or well over $25,000 per hour, according to documents obtained by CTVNews.ca.
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King Charles' three-day visit to Canada cost taxpayers at least $1.4 million

King Charles' whirlwind three-day trip to Canada in May 2022 cost Canadian taxpayers at least $1.4 million, or well over $25,000 per hour, according to documents obtained by CTVNews.ca.

Social media tools were key to 'Freedom Convoy' protest, expert tells inquiry

Cybersecurity experts say a federal inquiry should think of social media as the central nervous system of the «Freedom Convoy» protest in Ottawa last winter.
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Social media tools were key to 'Freedom Convoy' protest, expert tells inquiry

Cybersecurity experts say a federal inquiry should think of social media as the central nervous system of the «Freedom Convoy» protest in Ottawa last winter.

In their final word, families of N.S. shooting rampage victims call commission 'rudderless'

The commission investigating one of Canada's deadliest mass shootings has heard from families of the victims and other groups participating in the inquiry one last time, nine months after public proceedings got underway.
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In their final word, families of N.S. shooting rampage victims call commission 'rudderless'

The commission investigating one of Canada's deadliest mass shootings has heard from families of the victims and other groups participating in the inquiry one last time, nine months after public proceedings got underway.

New stats suggest Canadians already kicking some plastic habits as national ban looms

Canadians appear to be slowly cutting back on their use of plastic straws and grocery bags ahead of a national ban on such items that will take effect next month, new statistics show.
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New stats suggest Canadians already kicking some plastic habits as national ban looms

Canadians appear to be slowly cutting back on their use of plastic straws and grocery bags ahead of a national ban on such items that will take effect next month, new statistics show.

Emergencies Act inquiry to hear from experts on misinformation, social media

A public inquiry is turning its attention to the role of online misinformation this morning as it continues probing Ottawa's use of emergency legislation to quell last winter's «Freedom Convoy» protests.
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Emergencies Act inquiry to hear from experts on misinformation, social media

A public inquiry is turning its attention to the role of online misinformation this morning as it continues probing Ottawa's use of emergency legislation to quell last winter's «Freedom Convoy» protests.

It's an 'exciting time' for DNA genealogy in solving cold cases, experts say. But some urge caution

Experts in genetics say this is an «exciting time» for genealogy but are urging caution after Toronto police identified and charged a man in the grisly killings of two women in Toronto dating back nearly four decades ago.
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It's an 'exciting time' for DNA genealogy in solving cold cases, experts say. But some urge caution

Experts in genetics say this is an «exciting time» for genealogy but are urging caution after Toronto police identified and charged a man in the grisly killings of two women in Toronto dating back nearly four decades ago.

Stacey DeBungee's family wants Thunder Bay, Ont., police officer fired as disciplinary hearing begins

The family of Stacey DeBungee of Rainy River First Nation wants a Thunder Bay police officer fired after he was found guilty earlier this year in the flawed investigation into the Ojibway man's sudden death in 2015.
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Stacey DeBungee's family wants Thunder Bay, Ont., police officer fired as disciplinary hearing begins

The family of Stacey DeBungee of Rainy River First Nation wants a Thunder Bay police officer fired after he was found guilty earlier this year in the flawed investigation into the Ojibway man's sudden death in 2015.

Who's really to blame for Taylor Swift's Ticketmaster fiasco?

Taylor Swift fans were outraged when Ticketmaster's system couldn't keep up with demand when presales started for the superstar's next tour. But a number of entertainment industry experts — and even some Swifties — are asking whether she deserves some o
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Who's really to blame for Taylor Swift's Ticketmaster fiasco?

Taylor Swift fans were outraged when Ticketmaster's system couldn't keep up with demand when presales started for the superstar's next tour. But a number of entertainment industry experts — and even some Swifties — are asking whether she deserves some of the blame.

Trudeau announces $42.5 million in funding for Saskatchewan First Nation rocked by stabbings

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is visiting a First Nation in Saskatchewan that was rocked by a deadly stabbing rampage nearly three months ago.
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Trudeau announces $42.5 million in funding for Saskatchewan First Nation rocked by stabbings

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is visiting a First Nation in Saskatchewan that was rocked by a deadly stabbing rampage nearly three months ago.

Senior Air Force officers charged over 'inappropriate' fighter pilot nickname

The Royal Canadian Air Force says two senior officers have been charged for allegedly failing to stop a group of fighter pilots from assigning an inappropriate nickname to another member in June.
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Senior Air Force officers charged over 'inappropriate' fighter pilot nickname

The Royal Canadian Air Force says two senior officers have been charged for allegedly failing to stop a group of fighter pilots from assigning an inappropriate nickname to another member in June.

Alberta not proceeding with Premier Smith's bill to protect COVID-19 unvaccinated

Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is reversing a promise to enshrine human rights protections for the COVID-19 unvaccinated in law this fall.
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Alberta not proceeding with Premier Smith's bill to protect COVID-19 unvaccinated

Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is reversing a promise to enshrine human rights protections for the COVID-19 unvaccinated in law this fall.

Ontario woman, 23, charged after graphic video emerges of horse being dragged

A 23-year-old Ontario woman has been charged under the provincial welfare services act after a graphic video of a horse being dragged surfaced online. One video shows the horse being pulled with ropes as its back hooves drag along a road.
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Ontario woman, 23, charged after graphic video emerges of horse being dragged

A 23-year-old Ontario woman has been charged under the provincial welfare services act after a graphic video of a horse being dragged surfaced online. One video shows the horse being pulled with ropes as its back hooves drag along a road.

Trudeau announces $62.5 million in funding for Saskatchewan First Nation rocked by stabbings

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is visiting a First Nation in Saskatchewan that was rocked by a deadly stabbing rampage nearly three months ago.
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Trudeau announces $62.5 million in funding for Saskatchewan First Nation rocked by stabbings

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is visiting a First Nation in Saskatchewan that was rocked by a deadly stabbing rampage nearly three months ago.

Caught on camera: B.C. police officer punches man during arrest after Offspring concert

An Abbotsford police officer was caught on camera punching a man twice in the face during the course of an arrest this weekend, prompting a review by the department and a provincial watchdog.
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Caught on camera: B.C. police officer punches man during arrest after Offspring concert

An Abbotsford police officer was caught on camera punching a man twice in the face during the course of an arrest this weekend, prompting a review by the department and a provincial watchdog.

Former Vancouver Canucks staffer alleges discrimination in claim against team

A former video analyst with the Vancouver Canucks has filed a complaint with B.C.’s Human Rights Tribunal saying her termination amounted to discrimination due to her mental and physical disabilities.
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Former Vancouver Canucks staffer alleges discrimination in claim against team

A former video analyst with the Vancouver Canucks has filed a complaint with B.C.’s Human Rights Tribunal saying her termination amounted to discrimination due to her mental and physical disabilities.

Laurentian University exits creditor protection following insolvency

Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ont., has officially left the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) restructuring process following its insolvency in February 2021. As it was operating while dealing with its financial crisis, the school cut 76 program
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Laurentian University exits creditor protection following insolvency

Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ont., has officially left the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) restructuring process following its insolvency in February 2021. As it was operating while dealing with its financial crisis, the school cut 76 programs and nearly 200 staff and faculty.

Trudeau visiting First Nation in Saskatchewan rocked by stabbings

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is visiting a First Nation in Saskatchewan that was rocked by a deadly stabbing rampage nearly three months ago.
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Trudeau visiting First Nation in Saskatchewan rocked by stabbings

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is visiting a First Nation in Saskatchewan that was rocked by a deadly stabbing rampage nearly three months ago.

'It still hurts': Families hope for new homes after mass stabbing in Saskatchewan

Brian (Buggy) Burns says it's the small things he misses the most, like sitting down and having coffee with his wife nearly every morning for more than three decades.
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'It still hurts': Families hope for new homes after mass stabbing in Saskatchewan

Brian (Buggy) Burns says it's the small things he misses the most, like sitting down and having coffee with his wife nearly every morning for more than three decades.

Transport minister acknowledges 'unacceptable' summer travel issues, says plan is to strengthen passenger bill of rights

Canada's transport minister says the federal government and the country's aviation sector are working on strengthening the passenger bill of rights following a summer plagued by delayed and cancelled flights.
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Transport minister acknowledges 'unacceptable' summer travel issues, says plan is to strengthen passenger bill of rights

Canada's transport minister says the federal government and the country's aviation sector are working on strengthening the passenger bill of rights following a summer plagued by delayed and cancelled flights.

Trudeau visits First Nation in Saskatchewan rocked by stabbings that killed 11

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Monday the graves of victims of a deadly stabbing rampage at a Saskatchewan First Nation before he was to meet with family members in private.
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Trudeau visits First Nation in Saskatchewan rocked by stabbings that killed 11

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Monday the graves of victims of a deadly stabbing rampage at a Saskatchewan First Nation before he was to meet with family members in private.

Alberta Children's Hospital in Calgary to open heated trailer next to busy ER

Alberta's health-care delivery agency says it's preparing for surges in patients at Alberta Children's Hospital in Calgary by opening a heated trailer next to the facility's emergency department.
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Alberta Children's Hospital in Calgary to open heated trailer next to busy ER

Alberta's health-care delivery agency says it's preparing for surges in patients at Alberta Children's Hospital in Calgary by opening a heated trailer next to the facility's emergency department.

Arrest made in gruesome 1983 murders of 2 Toronto women

A 61-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the gruesome murders of two Toronto women nearly 40 years ago. The suspect, who was living in Moosonee, Ont., was taken into custody on Thursday and brought back to Toronto.
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Arrest made in gruesome 1983 murders of 2 Toronto women

A 61-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the gruesome murders of two Toronto women nearly 40 years ago. The suspect, who was living in Moosonee, Ont., was taken into custody on Thursday and brought back to Toronto.

Man arrested and charged in grisly 1983 killings of 2 women in Toronto, police say

A 61-year-old Northern Ontario man has been charged with first-degree murder in the grisly killings of two women in Toronto nearly four decades ago, with police saying advances in DNA technology helped them find him.
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Man arrested and charged in grisly 1983 killings of 2 women in Toronto, police say

A 61-year-old Northern Ontario man has been charged with first-degree murder in the grisly killings of two women in Toronto nearly four decades ago, with police saying advances in DNA technology helped them find him.

Trudeau to visit First Nation in Saskatchewan rocked by stabbings

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit a First Nation in Saskatchewan that was rocked by a deadly stabbing rampage nearly three months ago.
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Trudeau to visit First Nation in Saskatchewan rocked by stabbings

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit a First Nation in Saskatchewan that was rocked by a deadly stabbing rampage nearly three months ago.

Arrest made in grisly 1983 killings of 2 women in Toronto, source says

Toronto police have made an arrest in the slayings of Susan Tice, 45, and Erin Gilmour, 22, nearly four decades ago, CBC News has learned. Chief James Ramer is set to provide an update on the development at 10 a.m ET.
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Arrest made in grisly 1983 killings of 2 women in Toronto, source says

Toronto police have made an arrest in the slayings of Susan Tice, 45, and Erin Gilmour, 22, nearly four decades ago, CBC News has learned. Chief James Ramer is set to provide an update on the development at 10 a.m ET.

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