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Soldier dead, two others injured in Parliament Hill siege; one gunman dead

OTTAWA – A Canadian honour guard who witnesses said was shot twice “point blank” by a gunman at the National War Memorial has died, while police continue combing a locked-down national capital for…

  • The Canadian Press


Medical marijuana from unlicensed outlet shouldn’t be covered: Nova Scotia court

HALIFAX – Nova Scotia’s Court of Appeal has overturned a lower court’s ruling that ordered the provincial government to cover the costs of medical marijuana for a woman who bought the…

  • The Canadian Press


Ombudsman finds ‘alarming loopholes’ in unlicensed daycares

Ombudsman finds ‘alarming loopholes’ in unlicensed daycares

TORONTO – An Ontario ombudsman investigation into unlicensed daycares has found lax rules that were “barely being enforced” in a system with legal loopholes. The investigation was launched following the…



Ontario ombudsman finds ‘alarming loopholes’ in unlicensed daycare system

TORONTO – An Ontario ombudsman investigation into unlicensed daycares has found lax rules that were “barely being enforced” in a system with legal loopholes. The investigation was launched following the death…

  • The Canadian Press


Parliament Hill shootings, soldier and one other person injured

Parliament Hill shootings, soldier and one other person injured

OTTAWA – Police are expanding a security perimeter in the heart of the national capital after a gunman opened fire and wounded a soldier at the National War Memorial before injuring…



Gunman storms Parliament Hill; at least two hurt, including a soldier

OTTAWA – Police are expanding a security perimeter in the heart of the national capital after a gunman opened fire and wounded a soldier at the National War Memorial before injuring…

  • The Canadian Press


Shots fired on Parliament Hill. National War Memorial, two wounded

OTTAWA – Police are expanding a perimeter around Parliament Hill after a gunman opened fire at the National War Memorial, wounding a soldier, then moved to nearby Parliament Hill where he was reportedly…

  • The Canadian Press


Man serving time for second degree murder in New Brunswick senior’s death dies

RENOUS, N.B. – A man serving time for the second-degree murder of an 82-year-old woman has died after being found unresponsive in his cell at a New Brunswick prison. Correctional…

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CP News Alert: Winnipeg police charge woman with concealing dead babies

WINNIPEG – Police say they have charged a woman following the discovery of several dead infants in a Winnipeg storage unit. Police say Andrea Giesbrecht, who is 40, faces six…

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Winnipeg police make an arrest in discovery of dead infants in storage unit

WINNIPEG – Winnipeg police say they have made an arrest in the deaths of up to four babies, whose bodies were found in a self-storage unit. Workers were taking inventory…

  • The Canadian Press


Soldier shot at war memorial and reports of shots fired inside Parliament

OTTAWA –  A soldier standing guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa has been shot by an unknown gunman and there have been reports of gunfire inside the halls…

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UK reporter tells Magnotta trial accused authored email implying future slaying

MONTREAL – A British newspaper received an email believed to be from Luka Rocco Magnotta that suggested the death of a human was being planned just months before Jun Lin’s…

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With homegrown radicalism in spotlight, government to introduce new spy powers

OTTAWA – As investigators piece together a suspected terrorist attack in Quebec that left one soldier dead and another injured, a parallel political dimension is playing out on Parliament Hill.…

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Pershing Square says Allergan CEO lead smear campaign against Valeant

MONTREAL – Pershing Square Capital Management says that it has presented to a California court evidence that management at Allergan Inc. made false and misleading statements about Valeant Pharmaceuticals Inc.…

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Suspect in terror-linked attack had been arrested in summer: RCMP

MONTREAL – The man police say deliberately drove a car into two soldiers in a “despicable act” the government linked to terrorist ideology had been arrested by RCMP this summer…

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Senate to hear more testimony on controversial cluster bomb legislation

OTTAWA – Richard MacCormac was literally thunderstruck when he fired his first cluster bomb. Part of a British bombing raid on Saddam Hussein’s invading forces inside Kuwait in January 1991,…

  • The Canadian Press