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Stricter bail a 'balancing act' with overrepresented groups: police chiefs

Stricter bail a 'balancing act' with overrepresented groups: police chiefs

OTTAWA — Toughening up the bail system without putting more people of colour behind bars is a balancing act, the leader of Canada's police chiefs said Tuesday.
First Nation in N.B. under state of emergency to install gates to keep out drugs

First Nation in N.B. under state of emergency to install gates to keep out drugs

FREDERICTON — A First Nations community in New Brunswick will soon be surrounded by security gates in an effort to curb illegal drug activity.
Globe and Mail sells AI analytics platform Sophi to Mather Economics

Globe and Mail sells AI analytics platform Sophi to Mather Economics

ATLANTA — Mather Economics says it has acquired artificial intelligence-driven analytics platform Sophi Inc. from the Globe and Mail.
Canada's Eugenie Bouchard advances to second round of US Open qualifying

Canada's Eugenie Bouchard advances to second round of US Open qualifying

NEW YORK — Eugenie Bouchard advanced to the second round of qualifying at the U.S. Open with a 6-2, 6-3 win over American Katherine Hui on Tuesday. Hui struggled on serve with seven double-faults and was broken by Bouchard six times on 10 chances.
Climate change made worst Quebec fire weather twice as likely, more intense: study

Climate change made worst Quebec fire weather twice as likely, more intense: study

Climate change has made summers like the kind that led to Quebec's disastrous wildfire season at least seven times more likely to happen again, says a new scientific analysis. The study by the U.K.
Patients in B.C. long-term care homes and N.W.T. hospitals displaced by wildfires

Patients in B.C. long-term care homes and N.W.T. hospitals displaced by wildfires

Nearly 900 seniors have been forced out of care facilities in a wildfire-ravaged region of British Columbia while the province has joined Alberta in receiving medical evacuees from the Northwest Territories, where thousands of residents have escaped
Large explosion in Prince George, B.C., sends three to hospital

Large explosion in Prince George, B.C., sends three to hospital

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Heather Ziebart was working on her product for the day at her donut shop in downtown Prince George, B.C., when a "large kaboom" shook the building.
LeLacheur back as interim president, CEO of Edmonton Elks

LeLacheur back as interim president, CEO of Edmonton Elks

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Elks’ board of governors created a list of more than 20 candidates to serve as the CFL team's interim top executive. But there was a clear No. 1 choice at the top of that list, and that was Rick LeLacheur.
B.C. woman looking for lone firefighter she says saved her home with garden hose

B.C. woman looking for lone firefighter she says saved her home with garden hose

KELOWNA — A British Columbia fire evacuee is looking for a solo firefighter she says saved her home from flames with a garden hose.
Canada to seek judicial review of latest U.S. decision on softwood lumber duties

Canada to seek judicial review of latest U.S. decision on softwood lumber duties

WASHINGTON — The federal government in Ottawa is pushing back against the latest U.S. decision to keep imposing duties on Canadian softwood lumber.