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Slain RCMP Const. Yang cleared of wrongdoing in shooting: B.C. police watchdog

Slain RCMP Const. Yang cleared of wrongdoing in shooting: B.C. police watchdog

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog has cleared a slain Burnaby RCMP constable of wrongdoing after she shot a man in the altercation that led to her death.
'A bit overwhelming': Oro-Medonte veteran earns national award

'A bit overwhelming': Oro-Medonte veteran earns national award

'I really enjoy helping veterans and their families in need. I don’t do it for the recognition. I do it because it’s the right thing,' says Fern Taillefer
BoC expected to end year off with one more rate increase, likely to pause hikes soon

BoC expected to end year off with one more rate increase, likely to pause hikes soon

Forecasters anticipate the central bank will raise its key interest rate, which is currently at 3.75 per cent, by either a quarter or half a percentage point next week
Alberta changing sovereignty bill to reverse provision giving cabinet unchecked power

Alberta changing sovereignty bill to reverse provision giving cabinet unchecked power

EDMONTON — The Alberta government is crafting changes to be debated next week to reverse the section of a bill that gives cabinet unfettered power to rewrite laws behind closed doors without legislature approval, the province's premier said Saturday.
‘You are not alone,’ says radio host with invisible disability

‘You are not alone,’ says radio host with invisible disability

International Day of Persons breakfast celebrated in Sudbury
Police, MNR continue to investigate shooting of dog by neighbour

Police, MNR continue to investigate shooting of dog by neighbour

No charges have been announced, both police and MNR are conducting a joint investigation
Investments in Inuit housing inadequate to address human rights violations: watchdog

Investments in Inuit housing inadequate to address human rights violations: watchdog

Canada's housing advocate says during a tour this fall of several Inuit communities she got a glimpse into the dire living conditions many have faced for years
Nipissing First Nation timber bridge recognized for design excellence

Nipissing First Nation timber bridge recognized for design excellence

Duchesnay Creek Bridge garners Northern Ontario Excellence Award from Wood WORKS!
Barrick Gold fined $300,000 in death of Hemlo contractor

Barrick Gold fined $300,000 in death of Hemlo contractor

Improperly installed access door determined to be cause of 2021 fatality at North Shore mine complex
'Forever hold onto that memory:' Family members remember victims in Winnipeg

'Forever hold onto that memory:' Family members remember victims in Winnipeg

Winnipeg police say they have charged Jeremy Skibicki, 35, with four counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of four women. One of the women has not been identified but police say they believe she is Indigenous.