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Anonymous takes action over Dawson Creek police shooting

Tue, Jul 28: Hackers with the group "Anonymous" are making good on their threats to released sensitive documents after the po…

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Anonymous leaks CSIS document

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Battalion commander faces sex charges

Lt.-Col. Mason Stalker of the Canadian Forces…

  • Verdun shared garden program looking to expand CBC

    A Verdun organization that is looking to grow their shared garden program needs the help of homeowners who have a little extra room in their yard. The shared gardens are set up by The Urban Abundance … More »Verdun shared garden program looking to expand

    A Verdun organization that is looking to grow their shared garden program needs the help of homeowners who have a little extra room in their yard. The shared gardens are set up by The Urban Abundance Solidarity Cooperative. The cooperative establishes a garden on the homeowner's property and maintains it throughout the …

  • A yard in Gascoyne, ND., which has hundreds of kilometres of pipes stacked inside it that are supposed to go into the Keystone XL pipeline, should it ever be approved are shown shown on Wednesday April 22, 2015. The pipes have been sitting there for three years. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Alex Panetta
    Five stories in the news today, July 29 The Canadian Press

    The commander of one of the country's most famous infantry battalions faces serious, sex-related charges, less than a week after the country's new defence chief pledged to eradicate sexual misconduct in … More »Five stories in the news today, July 29

    A yard in Gascoyne, ND., which has hundreds of kilometres of pipes stacked inside it that are supposed to go into the Keystone XL pipeline, should it ever be approved are shown shown on Wednesday April 22, 2015. The pipes have been sitting there for three years. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Alex Panetta

    The commander of one of the country's most famous infantry battalions faces serious, sex-related charges, less than a week after the country's new defence chief pledged to eradicate sexual misconduct in the military. Lt.-Col. Mason Stalker of the 1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry has been charged …

  • Clinton's dodge on Keystone XL pipeline frustrates many, including questioner The Canadian Press

    A town-hall spectator who elicited a headline-making non-answer from Hillary Clinton understands perfectly well why she dodged his question about Keystone XL. "There's enormous pressure from both sides," … More »Clinton's dodge on Keystone XL pipeline frustrates many, including questioner

    A town-hall spectator who elicited a headline-making non-answer from Hillary Clinton understands perfectly well why she dodged his question about Keystone XL. "There's enormous pressure from both sides," said Bruce Blodgett, a New Hampshire software developer whose question to Clinton produced news Tuesday across the U.S. …

  • Self-proclaimed Israeli ambassador takes Mounties to court in B.C. The Canadian Press

    BURNS LAKE, C.-B. - A self-proclaimed ambassador to Israel who was originally charged with assaulting police is pushing British Columbia's Crown prosecution service to weigh criminal allegations, including … More »Self-proclaimed Israeli ambassador takes Mounties to court in B.C.

    BURNS LAKE, C.-B. - A self-proclaimed ambassador to Israel who was originally charged with assaulting police is pushing British Columbia's Crown prosecution service to weigh criminal allegations, including kidnapping, against two Mounties. Neil MacKenzie, a spokesman for B.C.'s Criminal Justice Branch, said in an interview …

  • Stephen Lawrence, dressed as batman, stands near his replica Batmobile during a charity appearance at a mall in Kingston, Ontario on Sunday July 26, 2015. Drivers returning from Ontario's cottage country clogged Highway 401 near Napanee on Sunday evening as they watched Batman, in his Batsuit, working on his Batmobile. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Julie Belaire
    Batman says he has Batmobile trouble, leaves traffic chaos on Ontario highway The Canadian Press

    When the Dark Knight has car trouble it's a recipe for traffic chaos. Drivers returning from Ontario's cottage country clogged Highway 401 near Napanee on Sunday evening as they watched Batman, in his … More »Batman says he has Batmobile trouble, leaves traffic chaos on Ontario highway

    Stephen Lawrence, dressed as batman, stands near his replica Batmobile during a charity appearance at a mall in Kingston, Ontario on Sunday July 26, 2015. Drivers returning from Ontario's cottage country clogged Highway 401 near Napanee on Sunday evening as they watched Batman, in his Batsuit, working on his Batmobile. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Julie Belaire

    When the Dark Knight has car trouble it's a recipe for traffic chaos. Drivers returning from Ontario's cottage country clogged Highway 401 near Napanee on Sunday evening as they watched Batman, in his Batsuit, working on his Batmobile. Julie Toole said she watched Batman "in full garb standing at the back (of the car …

  • A terrorism trial tasked with deciding whether a B.C. couple was coerced into masterminding a deadly bomb plot has heard from a Mountie responsible for training undercover officers to pass as jihadi extremists. Mokdad says in 2013 he provided magazine articles, extremist videos and scripture from the Qur'an to the commander …

  • New Zealand police have confirmed that two bodies found in avalanche debris near a popular hiking track are those of two missing Canadian students. Police said a post-mortem conducted Wednesday confirmed the deceased were Louis-Vincent Lessard and Etienne Lemieux, both aged 23.

  • Victim Carole Knopp, right, prepares to speak to reporters about the sentencing of Gary Sorenson and Milowe Brost, found guilty of bilking more than 2,000 investors of between $100 million and $200 million, outside the court complex in Calgary, Alta., Tuesday, July 28, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

    A judge who sentenced two men in one of the largest Ponzi schemes in Canadian history on Tuesday said they were motivated by pure greed with little thought to their thousands of victims. Gary Sorenson, 71, and Milowe Brost, 61, were given 12 years in prison for an elaborate, multimillion-dollar fraud in which investors …

  • Marsh Lake dump is running out of room

    Operators of a rural dump near Whitehorse are starting to track users who drop off their trash, aiming to draw the Yukon government's attention to a problem that's piling up. 

  • In this screengrab from video, Lt.-Col. Mason Stalker is interviewed as Canadian troops fight fires in Montreal Lake, Sask., Thursday, July 9, 2015. A high-ranking Canadian Forces officer faces serious, sex-related charges involving allegations that stem from the mentoring of military cadets. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Bill Graveland

    The commander of one of the country's most famous infantry battalions faces serious, sex-related charges, less than a week after the country's new defence chief pledged to eradicate sexual misconduct in the military. Lt.-Col. Mason Stalker of the 1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry has been charged …

  • The Federal Court of Canada has certified a class action started on behalf of medical marijuana licensees alleging that Health Canada violated their privacy. The plaintiffs allege in a news release that Health Canada sent notices to over 40,000 participants of the Marihuana Medical Access Program advising them of changes …

  • A physician from Bonnyville has been identified as the pilot killed in a plane crash east of Lac La Biche. Dr. Shekar Puttaswamy was the chief pathologist at the Bonnyville health centre. Originally from India, he was an avid pilot and enjoyed fishing and other outdoor activities.

  • Some P.E.I. LGBTs see 'amazing transformation' in acceptance

    This week is Pride Week in P.E.I., a celebration of the LGBT community, and many say the Island has come a long way from the first Pride event 20 years ago. Tyler Murnaghan, chairman of the non-profit group Pride PEI, which is organizing this year's events, says people are more accepting now than in 1995. The main event …

  • The province's police ethics committee has suspended two Montreal police officers without pay for the way they treated a 22-year-old man who was drunk. The committee ruled that officer Luc Gauthier be sentenced to a 22-day suspension without pay for falsifying a police report, and illegally detaining and beating Nicolas …

  • A recent change to the Nutrition North food subsidy program will make it easier to show customers how much money they're saving through the program. On Monday, the federal government announced that retailers under the program have until April of 2016 to put a "point-of-sale" system in place, which will spell out, on their …

 
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