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OPP officer cleared after firing at suspect in Sgt. Eric Mueller's death

OPP officer cleared after firing at suspect in Sgt. Eric Mueller's death

Ontario's police watchdog has cleared an officer who fired his gun at a suspect of wrongdoing during a shooting in May that left another officer dead. Sgt.
Ibrahim Ali's lawyer suggests person whose DNA was inside victim may not be killer

Ibrahim Ali's lawyer suggests person whose DNA was inside victim may not be killer

VANCOUVER — A defence lawyer at the Ibrahim Ali murder trial in British Columbia Supreme Court has raised the possibility that the person whose DNA was found inside the victim may not be the one who killed the teenager.
RCMP technology 'between contracts,' unavailable at first for Saskatchewan killings

RCMP technology 'between contracts,' unavailable at first for Saskatchewan killings

SASKATOON — A technology used by a specialized RCMP team to search for people in high-risk situations was not immediately available as Mounties responded to a stabbing rampage and the hunt for a mass killer in Saskatchewan because it was held up unde
Defending champion Canada prepares for Chile in Davis Cup group final

Defending champion Canada prepares for Chile in Davis Cup group final

BOLOGNA, Italy — After a strong start, Canada needs a strong finish Saturday in its Davis Cup group stage final.
Manitoba Tories promise another tax cut while the NDP talk health care

Manitoba Tories promise another tax cut while the NDP talk health care

WINNIPEG — Manitoba Progressive Conservatives promised a tax break for restaurant diners Friday. It was the latest in a string of tax-cut promises that has so far covered home purchases, income and even trees.
Lawyer asks Supreme Court to hear appeal of Calgary man who killed five

Lawyer asks Supreme Court to hear appeal of Calgary man who killed five

EDMONTON — A lawyer for a man who fatally stabbed five young people at a Calgary house party and has been seeking more freedom while he's under psychiatric care wants the Supreme Court of Canada to hear his appeal.
E. coli outbreak spotlights daycare food safety, experts say

E. coli outbreak spotlights daycare food safety, experts say

TORONTO — An outbreak of E. coli that's sickened hundreds has shone a much-needed spotlight on food safety at daycares, experts said as Alberta Premier Danielle Smith pledged to consider further regulations in shared kitchens.
Ng postpones 'Team Canada' trade mission to India amid strained relations

Ng postpones 'Team Canada' trade mission to India amid strained relations

OTTAWA — Canada is postponing a trade mission to India that federal Trade Minister Mary Ng had spent the past four months promoting as key to the government's Indo-Pacific strategy.
Health Canada to review U.S. panel's conclusion that common decongestant doesn't work

Health Canada to review U.S. panel's conclusion that common decongestant doesn't work

Health Canada says it will review a declaration by American government experts who say a key ingredient in over-the-counter cold and allergy medications also available in this country does not work to get rid of nasal and sinus congestion.

Canada to face three teams with pedigree at FIFA U-17 World Cup in Indonesia

ZURICH — Canada has been drawn with Spain, Mali and Uzbekistan at the FIFA U-17 World Cup later this year in Indonesia. Group B comes with no shortage of pedigree.