‘We were always going to be together,’ spouse of slain police officer says

The spouse of a fallen Fredericton police officer describes her partner as a committed family man who loved his job. Const. Robb…

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‘This is why we play the game’: Canada stuns Mexico at Little League World Series

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa., — With the bases loaded, the crowd roaring and Mexico down to their final out, Canada’s pitcher Nate…

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How a team of MUN students hopes to help a boy with cerebral palsy hold his head high

Mat Squires has a devilish sense of humour, loves ice cream sandwiches and lives with cerebral palsy. Because of his…

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Councillors both fume and applaud as Ford plan to cut Toronto city council leaks

Ontario’s new government is reportedly planning to redraw the City of Toronto’s ward boundaries and cut the number of city councillors…

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Alberta law society rejects disciplinary hearing for lawyer who had sex with his client

The Law Society of Alberta has dismissed a complaint of sexual misconduct made by a client against an Edmonton civil lawyer.…

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Montreal morgue partners with funeral home after surge in heat-related deaths

The Montreal morgue has become so overcrowded after an increase in the number of deaths caused by recent extreme heat…

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Edmonton city bus drivers put to the test at annual skills competition

Edmonton city bus drivers got to show off their skills in an obstacle course on Saturday at the annual Transit Skills Bus…

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Alberta stowaway cat flown home after hitching ride to B.C.

An Alberta cat that hitched a ride to the West Coast in a moving van flew back home Friday. Andy…

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Doug Ford’s triumphant PCs gather for first caucus meeting

As premier-designate Doug Ford forges ahead with his plans even before formally taking power, his victorious Progressive Conservative candidates arrive at Queen’s…

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Police investigated Bruce McArthur for months before telling public there was no evidence of serial killer

When Toronto police told the public in December that there was no evidence of a serial killer operating in Toronto’s…

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