Family of man shot dead by RCMP in Maple Ridge, B.C., hopes for coroner’s inquest

The family of a man shot dead by Mounties in a suburban B.C. city last summer are calling for a coroner’s inquest. Fifty-four-year-old Kyaw Naing Din, also

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Canadian military installs new commander in hopes of post-Norman stability – National

Cannons boomed on Parliament Hill Tuesday as the military installed a new Canadian Army commander, hoping to march past years of instability in the

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Green roof advocates have ‘high hopes’ for trend in Saskatchewan

To Higher Groundwork Horticulture owner Michael Molaro’s knowledge, there are only about a dozen green roof projects in Saskatchewan. Nicole Stillger reports. Source link

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RCMP-led Indigenous youth camp hopes to improve First Nation and Métis representation within the force

The RCMP doesn’t reflect all of the communities it serves — yet, according to Alberta-based officers. But Sgt. Kim Mueller is trying to change

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‘It’s a legacy’: Boyd family hopes hockey player’s mural raises awareness of rare heart diseases – Halifax

The face of 16-year-old Jordan Boyd in his hockey uniform stood large in the room at Halifax Infirmary hospital. His mom and dad, Stephen

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Former Humboldt Broncos player injured in bus crash hopes for spot on team

A former Humboldt Broncos player whose back was broken when the team’s bus crashed last year says he’ll return to Humboldt to battle for

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Cold comfort: Families of missing and murdered Indigenous women pin hopes on national police task force

As people poured into the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Que. a week ago to watch the closing ceremony of the National Inquiry

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City of Calgary hopes focus on traffic safety will prevent injuries

The City of Calgary has declared May traffic safety month, and employed a number of measures aimed at reducing injuries and deaths on city

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Art Gallery of Alberta hopes continuing free admission will paint rosy future

The Art Gallery of Alberta is looking for a potential funding boost from the city again this year to continue letting people in for free.

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B.C. cannabis co-op hopes to become largest collective producer in the world: organizer

David Hurford estimates there are upwards of 6,000 small cannabis producers in B.C. that are licensed by Health Canada to produce medical marijuana, which

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