Officers accused of poor note taking, fabricating evidence in home invasion trial

Defence lawyers accused Barrie police officers of fabricating and writing unreliable notes in the trial of two men accused of targeting a senior in

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Two charged after stolen cab from Regina involved in shootout in west Sask.

Two people have been charged after a stolen cab from Regina was involved in a police chase near Delmas, Sask. Police received a call

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Multiple Saskatoon departing flights cancelled due to weather

Multiple flights departing Saskatoon on Sunday have been cancelled due to weather, according to a tweet from the Saskatoon Airport. As of Sunday morning,

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Windsor-Essex shows support for crash victims, survivors with #JerseysforHumboldt

Two provinces away from a grieving Saskatchewan town, Windsor and Essex County residents are showing their support for the Humboldt Broncos.     Many local

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Bissonnette hearing this week as lawyers challenge 150-year sentence

CTV Montreal Published Monday, April 9, 2018 5:25PM EDT Last Updated Monday, April 9, 2018 7:11PM EDT The man behind the attack on a

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Vote for Ontario’s Worst Roads

Ottawa motorists have a chance to vent about the worst roads on the commute. Voting opens today for the CAA Worst Roads campaign. Ottawa’s

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Research uncovers new link between head trauma, CTE, and ALS

Researchers at Western University believe they have found a common link between the degenerative brain condition CTE, and a variant of ALS, or Lou

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Alberta Views magazine celebrates 20 years of publication – Calgary

When Jackie Flanagan launched Alberta Views 20 years ago she didn’t know where it would be two decades later, but she had a vision.  “I

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Pope baptizes 34 babies at Epiphany celebration

Frances D’Emilio, The Associated Press Published Sunday, January 7, 2018 8:48AM EST VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Sunday baptized 34 cooing and crying

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N.B. premier commits $1 million to trail project in hotly contested riding

New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant was touring southern New Brunswick on Wednesday – and he had his chequebook with him. Gallant announced that government

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