Inquiry into murdered and missing indigenous women names new executive director

VANCOUVER – The troubled inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls has named a new executive director. Chief commissioner Marion Buller announced

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Commons committee to weigh probe of SNC-Lavalin allegations

The Conservatives are piling pressure on five Liberal MPs who will determine today whether a House of Commons committee will investigate an allegation that

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Police say N.J. mom killed toddler because he wouldn’t eat or listen

BRIDGETON, N.J. — A criminal complaint says a New Jersey woman accused of killing her toddler son told police she struck the boy because

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Fire at Wolsely strip mall

A faulty bathroom fan is being blamed for a fire at Wolseley strip mall Sunday morning. The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service says it fought

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Elderly man struck and pinned by vehicle in Mississauga

Chris Herhalt, CTV News Toronto Published Saturday, February 9, 2019 2:47PM EST Last Updated Saturday, February 9, 2019 2:52PM EST A man in his

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23-year old former SJHL player dies after university hockey game in Calgary

A university in Edmonton says one of its hockey players has died after playing in a game in Calgary. MacEwan University president Deborah Saucier

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Christine Sinclair scores goal No. 178 in Canada’s 1-0 win over Norway

MURCIA, Spain — Captain Christine Sinclair, chasing history, scored the 178th goal of her international career Tuesday to give the Canadian women’s soccer team

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Zimbabwe again forces ‘total internet shutdown’ amid unrest

HARARE, Zimbabwe — A media group says Zimbabwe’s government has again forced a “total internet shutdown” after a days-long violent crackdown on people protesting

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Barrie officer charged with criminal negligence in September shooting: SIU

BARRIE, Ont. — Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit says an officer with the Barrie Police Service is now facing a criminal charge related to a

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Little to no proof police carding has effect on crime

An Ontario judge tasked with reviewing the practice of police street checks widely known as carding says there’s little to no proof it has

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