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'He'll never get to see me graduate': Daughter regrets stolen time as RCMP officers charged in father's death - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 17:28:32 EST
dale culver

The family of an Indigenous man who died after being arrested by RCMP nearly six years ago are welcoming criminal charges against five officers but say they can't understand why it took half a decade for the charges to be laid.

Woman 'empowered' as former Christian school coach faces charges a decade after she first reported allegations - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 19:11:01 EST
Jennifer Beaudry

Jennifer Beaudry attended a private Christian school in Saskatoon until 2013. Beaudry says the school’s former athletic director sexually exploited her when she was a teen and didn’t face enough consequences. Ten years later, he faces criminal charges.

Quebec-based COVID-19 vaccine maker Medicago to shut down - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 20:53:40 EST

Medicago owner Mitsubishi Chemical Group said on Thursday that it was terminating "all its activities with Medicago," citing "significant changes" to the vaccine market.

A calf moose was disrupting traffic in Thunder Bay until police and a rescue agency wrangled it to safety - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 14:17:43 EST
Moose calf

A Thunder Bay, Ont., police officer says the decision to wrangle a moose that had been hanging around roadways in Oliver Paipoonge was in the public interest.

Ontario man found not criminally responsible in wife's death, house explosion in 2018 - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 17:27:07 EST
Explosion in Kitchener

A judge has found Udo Haan of Kitchener, Ont., not criminally responsible in the death of his wife in a 2018 home explosion, after a report by a forensic psychiatrist noted the 62-year-old had a delusional disorder.

Alberta has seen roughly 10,000 'excess' deaths since 2020, and COVID doesn't explain it all - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 13:48:13 EST
Excess deaths

Since the pandemic began, roughly 10,000 more people died in Alberta than what would normally be expected for that time period. The province has officially attributed 5,300 deaths to COVID.

A legal and political saga has gripped this N.W.T. town for years -- and residents are fed up - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 09:35:22 EST
Norman Wells town office sign

A group of Norman Wells residents have launched a petition demanding the community’s mayor, council and senior administrative officer resign — the latest flare-up in legal and political strife that has engulfed the town for years.

Federal government moves to delay MAID for people suffering solely from mental illness - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 13:22:54 EST
Medical assistance in dying

The Liberal government is introducing legislation to delay by one year the expansion of the medically assisted death (MAID) law to cover those suffering solely from a mental illness.

Curling Canada says pregnancy exemption to be expanded in 2024 - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 19:47:06 EST

Curling Canada says it is opening up its pregnancy exemption eligibility to all teams competing at next year's Canadian women's and men's championships, with the announcement coming a day after the organization came under fire for limiting the exemption to just the top five teams in the rankings.

B.C. care aide who allegedly defrauded elderly patients faces 65 new charges - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 13:55:48 EST
ana chamdal

A care aide in Surrey, B.C., is facing dozens of criminal charges for allegedly defrauding elderly victims, according to RCMP.

Canada extends COVID-19 screening requirements for travellers from China, Hong Kong - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 16:19:12 EST
Asia Lunar New Year Travel

The federal government is extending COVID-19 screening requirements for most people travelling from mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao — regardless of nationality or vaccination status.

B.C. has no 'red line' going into health talks with federal government, premier says - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 17:38:59 EST
BC Parliament 20230201

While Canada’s premiers have been insisting they need 35 per cent of their health-care funding costs covered by the federal government, British Columbia’s premier is signalling he may be willing to move past that "red line" in next Tuesday’s meeting in Ottawa with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Former coach at private Christian school in Saskatoon charged with sexual assault, exploitation of a minor - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 12:33:50 EST
Aaron Benneweis

Aaron Benneweis coached at Christian Centre Academy, a private school in Saskatoon now known as Legacy Christian Academy, until 2013. Ten years later, he faces charges of sexual assault and sexual exploitation of a minor while in a position of power at the school.

It's not delivery, it's discontinued: Nestlé to stop selling Delissio pizza in Canada - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 15:45:09 EST
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Several well-known frozen food brands, including Delissio pizza, will disappear from Canadian stores over the next six months as Nestlé shifts its focus to other products.

Electrification of Windsor's auto industry promises new jobs — but what happens to blue-collar workers? - Thu, 2 Feb 2023 04:00:00 EST
Jayson Mercier

The biggest employer in the city is about to go through some major changes as Stellantis makes big moves to electrify its automobiles, but what will happen to staff at the Windsor Assembly Plant in southwestern Ontario?

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