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Terrebonne shooting victims die of injuries

Sat, Jul 4: The SQ has confirmed that two victims shot on Thursday at the Côté-Gosselin law firm in Terrebonne have died of t…

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Uber victory in Toronto

An Ontario judge has ruled that the Uber ride…

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Saskatchewan's raging wildfires

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  • P.E.I. government hopes to turn province into marine technology hub
    P.E.I. government hopes to turn province into marine technology hub CBC

    P.E.I.'s economic development minister wants to turn the Island into a hub for advanced marine technology. Heath MacDonald says the Navy, Coast Guard and commercial sailors will spend $40 billion on new … More »P.E.I. government hopes to turn province into marine technology hub

    P.E.I. government hopes to turn province into marine technology hub

    P.E.I.'s economic development minister wants to turn the Island into a hub for advanced marine technology. Heath MacDonald says the Navy, Coast Guard and commercial sailors will spend $40 billion on new contracts in the next decade. As an incentive to attract some of that work, the province will offer a corporate tax …

  • Yvonne Niego leaving RCMP to join Nunavut's justice department
    Yvonne Niego leaving RCMP to join Nunavut's justice department CBC

    The Nunavut Department of Justice's new assistant deputy minister is a familiar face for the territory's justice system. Yvonne Niego, an RCMP officer for more than 20 years, will start a new job in government … More »Yvonne Niego leaving RCMP to join Nunavut's justice department

    Yvonne Niego leaving RCMP to join Nunavut's justice department

    The Nunavut Department of Justice's new assistant deputy minister is a familiar face for the territory's justice system. Yvonne Niego, an RCMP officer for more than 20 years, will start a new job in government Sept. 21, Premier Peter Taptuna announced Friday. In a news release, Taptuna said Niego "will be an invaluable …

  • Women's World Cup in Canada: A success or a failure? CBC

    When the 2015 World Cup schedule came out and soccer fans in Montreal saw that their city was not hosting the final, there may have been some people who were upset about that. Germany, USA and France … More »Women's World Cup in Canada: A success or a failure?

    When the 2015 World Cup schedule came out and soccer fans in Montreal saw that their city was not hosting the final, there may have been some people who were upset about that. Germany, USA and France are the top-three ranked teams in the world and they delivered thrilling performances. Montreal hosted a true showcase …

  • The story of John Money: Controversial sexologist grappled with the concept of gender CBC

    Despite continued challenges transgender people face, the language and discourse of gender and sexual identity are rapidly evolving, especially considering they were largely put on the map by psychologist … More »The story of John Money: Controversial sexologist grappled with the concept of gender

    Despite continued challenges transgender people face, the language and discourse of gender and sexual identity are rapidly evolving, especially considering they were largely put on the map by psychologist John Money in the 1950s and '60s. Such attitudes and discussions have been at the forefront of public discourse recently, …

  • Internal report flags challenges responding to Arctic, deep water oil spills The Canadian Press

    ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - An internal report warns the federal government isn't fully prepared to respond in the event of an oil spill in the Arctic or in deep water offshore. The document "An Emergency Response … More »Internal report flags challenges responding to Arctic, deep water oil spills

    ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - An internal report warns the federal government isn't fully prepared to respond in the event of an oil spill in the Arctic or in deep water offshore. The document "An Emergency Response Biomonitoring Plan for Accidental Spills" dated May 23, 2014, was prepared for Fisheries and Oceans Canada. It was …

  • TORONTO - No winning ticket was sold for the $17.6-million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 6-49 draw.

  • Investigators released no other details on Friday's incident where Maria Mitousis, who specializes in family law, was hurt by a suspected explosive device that was sent to the office where she worked. One source who spoke to The Canadian Press on condition of anonymity said Mitousis lost a hand and was in danger of losing …

  • Justin Trudeau is no longer alone in Stephen Harper's crosshairs. NDP Leader Tom Mulcair is now there too. The prime minister launched a blistering attack on his two main competitors in a speech to party faithful at his annual Calgary Stampede barbecue on Saturday in advance of this fall's federal election.

  • Climate change concert calls for more investment in green energy

    Around 100 people gathered on the Alberta legislature grounds Saturday afternoon, trying to convince politicians that a strong economy and healthy environment are not mutually exclusive. The Jobs, Justice and The Climate concert was held to encourage investment in renewable energy. "It's really about pushing the federal …

  • A massive plume of smoke rises from a wildfire in the LaRonge, Sask., area in this July 1, 2015 handout photo from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO - Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment - Wildfire Branch

    Thousands more people in northern Saskatchewan are being told that wildfires are too close for them to stay in their homes. The Alberta government said in a news release that the province and the Red Cross were activating a plan to receive up to 5,000 evacuees in Cold Lake, and that the first ones were expected to arrive …

  • A flash storm, complete with thick hail and heavy rains, had people in Calgary running for cover this afternoon. Environment Canada has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for much of central Alberta, including Calgary and Red Deer. Streets and underpasses in southwest Calgary became flooded from the heavy rain, while …

  • Social workers in van spook girls visiting Yellowknife

    Chyanna Catholique, 13, and her 11 year-old cousin Sierra were walking near the BMO bank on Old Airport Road around 1 a.m. Thursday when they saw a dark grey van driving slowly towards them. Catholique said when it pulled up beside them the two women inside started asking questions, saying they were with Health and Social …

  • Two people shot in a law office north of Montreal on Thursday have died of their injuries, Quebec provincial police confirmed Saturday afternoon. Police identified the victims as 51-year-old Benoit Cote and 30-year old Marie-Josée Sills, who were shot around 6 p.m. Thursday in the cabinet of a Terrebonne, Quebec law office. …

  • Another week of hot, dry weather means another weekend of busy work for those fighting wildfires in northern Alberta. There are currently 120 wildfires burning in northern Alberta, according to wildfire information officer Geoffrey Driscoll. Driscoll said around 1,600 firefighters are currently deployed in the provin …

  • One ad attacks Trudeau's foreign policy position on ISIS and Iraq where he said he would end the ISIS combat mission and restore relations with Iran. Another shows a multi-ethnic panel discussing Trudeau as if he were being evaluated for a job. "The idea of a major political party, let alone the party in government, using …

 
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