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  • Saskatchewan rural crime rates a focus on final day of SARM convention
    According to Statistics Canada's most recent report on rural crime in 2021, Saskatchewan had the highest crime severity index for rural offenses.
    Canada
    Mar 15
  • Saskatchewan introduces bear spray regulations after ‘thousands of disturbances’
    Bear spray incidents across the province, such as last year's Wascana Pool incident, have become more and more common.
    Canada
    Mar 12
  • 85-year-old woman kills home intruder in act of self-defence ‘heroism’
    The 85-year-old Idaho woman was handcuffed to a wooden chair and shot several times by her attacker — and yet, she survived.
    Trending
    Apr 11
  • Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’ son accused of sexual assault in new lawsuit
    The lawsuit, which accuses Christian 'King' Combs of sexually assaulting a woman onboard a yacht in 2022, also names Sean 'Diddy' Combs as a defendant.
    Entertainment
    Apr 5
  • 2 women missing in Oklahoma, investigators believe they are ‘in danger’
    Veronica Butler and Jilian Kelley are both moms and connected to churches in nearby area.
    U.S. News
    Apr 3
  • Edmonton residents calling for dangerous knife sale restrictions speak at city hall
    'When you hold these in your hand you realize they're for one purpose only, and that's to — when you're in a fight — kill the other person.'
    Crime
    Apr 9
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  • New revolutionary clinic for Indigenous community opens in Montreal
    A first of its kind health care clinic in Montreal opened its doors. Native Montreal’s Family Clinic aims to provide culturally safe services to the Indigenous community.
    Health
    Apr 12
  • Central Edmonton residents call for ban on knife sales at corner stores: ‘They’re designed to kill’
    A group of central Edmonton community leagues and organizations say knives are too easily bought in convenience stores, and want the city to crack down.
    Crime
    Apr 3
  • Alberta school honours children from military families
    Teal Up Day was marked at Guthrie School in Parkland County, to honour all military children for the sacrifices they make coming from parents who choose to serve their country.
    Features
    Apr 12
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  • Ottawa signs $3.7B health deal with Quebec, final province to sign onto health accord
    Ottawa has signed a new $3.7-billion health pact with Quebec that has the province committing to countrywide health-data collection efforts and benchmarks to measure improvements.
    Health
    Mar 27
  • Supermodel Christie Brinkley has skin cancer removed from face: ‘I was lucky’
    Christie Brinkley is imploring everyone to get serious about sun protection and book a cancer screening appointment.
    Entertainment
    Mar 14
  • Ban TikTok, half of Canadians say in new poll as U.S. fears spread
    A new poll indicates 51 per cent of Canadians support banning the social media app TikTok, after a U.S. bill aiming to do just that passed in the House of Representatives.
    Canada
    Mar 29
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  • ‘Something has to change’: Mother fights for better addiction care after son’s death
    A Nova Scotia woman whose son died from a drug overdose says the province's health-care system failed him, and is calling for better mental health and addiction support.
    Health
    Apr 5
  • Battle between Quebec and Ottawa heats up over immigration targets
    The Quebec and federal governments are locked in a battle over immigration targets, to the point some are calling for a referendum on the matter.
    Canada
    Mar 5
  • Criticism from Ontario legal community continues over ‘like-minded’ judges comments
    The attorney general has faced repeated questions about the government’s perceived politicization of the judicial system after comments made by Premier Doug Ford.
    Politics
    Mar 5
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  • LHSC sees almost 70% improvement in ambulance offload times
    Since November 2023, LHSC has been successful in reducing wait times and is now implementing numerous processes both in the emergency department and across the organization.
    Canada
    Mar 5
  • At UN court, Germany rejects allegations that it’s facilitating Israel conflict
    Germany strongly rejected a case brought by Nicaragua at the UN's top court accusing Berlin of facilitating breaches of the Geneva Convention and international humanitarian law.
    World
    Apr 9
  • Suspects of Moscow concert hall attack appear in court
    Suspects in the Russia concert hall attack arrived at a Moscow district court on Sunday night. One of the suspects was led blindfolded into the courtroom.
    World
    Mar 24
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  • Hockey Hall of Famer Jarome Iginla to practice with Dalmeny U15 Sabres
    Two-time Olympic gold medallist and Hockey Hall of Famer Jarome Iginla will be skating with the Dalmeny U15 Sabres after the team won the Dr. Oetker Practice with a Pro contest.
    Sports
    Apr 9
  • Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens deny Florida much-needed win, drop Panthers 5-3
    Montreal took on one of the best teams in the league on Tuesday night and demolished them. Fans, meanwhile, have reasons to be optimistic. Brian Wilde has more.
    Sports
    Apr 2
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