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1 dead, four injured in Quebec’s Outaouais region after car swerves into guardrails

1 dead, four injured in Quebec’s Outaouais region after car swerves into guardrails

MONTREAL — Quebec provincial police say a collision in the province's Outaouais region this morning has left a 22-year-old man dead and four others seriously injured.
'Crime of vengeance': Saskatchewan RCMP say witnesses key to solving brutal slaying

'Crime of vengeance': Saskatchewan RCMP say witnesses key to solving brutal slaying

Mounties suspected Tiki Laverdiere was dead before her burned, bludgeoned body was found wrapped in a carpet under rocks in a Saskatchewan pond in the summer of 2019. She was a 25-year-old mother of two.
Border intelligence program needs improved training, analytical tools: evaluation

Border intelligence program needs improved training, analytical tools: evaluation

OTTAWA — Better training and information-processing tools are needed to help the intelligence program at Canada's border agency fight everything from firearms smuggling to human trafficking, says an internal evaluation.
Governments must disaster-proof Canada's hospitals against climate change: experts

Governments must disaster-proof Canada's hospitals against climate change: experts

OTTAWA — A wall of flames met David Matear when he finally stepped outside of the downtown Fort McMurray hospital, after the final patient was hurried out of the building and into a waiting bus. "You couldn't see the trees.
Private property or public space? Encampments spark debate over campus status

Private property or public space? Encampments spark debate over campus status

MONTREAL — After four weeks that have featured torrential downpours, blistering heat and two failed legal bids to have them removed, pro-Palestinian protesters remain encamped on McGill University’s downtown campus.
Police watchdog investigates RCMP over threats against B.C. woman, later found dead

Police watchdog investigates RCMP over threats against B.C. woman, later found dead

SURREY, B.C. — British Columbia's police watchdog has launched an investigation into the RCMP's handling of alleged threats made five months ago against Tatjana Stefanski, who disappeared from her home in the B.C.
'Not currently safe': Mayor warns Fort Nelson wildfire evacuees against early return

'Not currently safe': Mayor warns Fort Nelson wildfire evacuees against early return

Residents of the northeast British Columbia municipality where thousands of people have been forced to leave due to wildfires are being warned against trying to return home early.
RCMP officer's social media posts prompt calls for suspension from First Nation chief

RCMP officer's social media posts prompt calls for suspension from First Nation chief

BELLA BELLA, B.C. — A British Columbia First Nation is calling for the suspension and removal of an RCMP officer from Bella Bella over social media posts he made before joining the Mounties.
Ford thanks Ottawa as minister cites 'deep concerns' over Toronto's decriminalization

Ford thanks Ottawa as minister cites 'deep concerns' over Toronto's decriminalization

OTTAWA — Ontario Premier Doug Ford is thanking the federal government for rejecting Toronto's long-stalled pitch to decriminalize the possession of illegal drugs.
No election deal as leaders of BC United and Conservatives trade scathing comments

No election deal as leaders of BC United and Conservatives trade scathing comments

VICTORIA — A proposed deal to avoid vote splitting between British Columbia's two right-of-centre parties in the fall election has fallen apart with their leaders blaming each other and trading scathing personal remarks.