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Hockey players' sex assault case back in court in August

Hockey players' sex assault case back in court in August

LONDON, Ont. — The sexual assault case of five former members of Canada's world junior hockey team is set to return to court in August. The case of Dillon Dube, Carter Hart, Michael McLeod, Cal Foote and Alex Formenton is due back on Aug.
Yukon Coroner's Office investigating death tied to Haines Junction plane crash

Yukon Coroner's Office investigating death tied to Haines Junction plane crash

HAINES JUNCTION, Y.T. — The Yukon Coroner's Office says it's investigating a death associated with a small plane crash at the Haines Junction airport. In an email to The Canadian Press, the coroner's office says the crash happened Monday afternoon.
'Incredibly impressed': Calgary mayor applauds reduced water use after pipeline break

'Incredibly impressed': Calgary mayor applauds reduced water use after pipeline break

CALGARY — As crews work to fix a massive pipeline break, Calgary’s mayor says citizens are stepping up to draw down on water use to prevent city taps from running dry.
Families of victims of serial killer push for landfill search as trial concludes

Families of victims of serial killer push for landfill search as trial concludes

WINNIPEG — Dozens of people, many clad in red, held hands as they formed a round dance on the streets outside of Winnipeg's law courts on the concluding day of the trial of an admitted serial killer.
B.C.'s Eby frustrated at Quebec immigration money 'at the expense' of Western Canada

B.C.'s Eby frustrated at Quebec immigration money 'at the expense' of Western Canada

WHITEHORSE — Federal immigration money is being "showered down" on Ontario and Quebec "at the expense" of Western Canada, British Columbia Premier David Eby said.
Rare white grizzly bear Nakoda and her cubs die in separate crashes in B.C. park

Rare white grizzly bear Nakoda and her cubs die in separate crashes in B.C. park

All three animals are dead after being struck by vehicles on the Trans-Canada Highway in British Columbia's Yoho National Park.
Right wing ascendance to EU mainstream could impact Canada trade, climate policy

Right wing ascendance to EU mainstream could impact Canada trade, climate policy

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he's taking an optimistic approach after Europeans made a lurch to the far-right in continental elections that could impact Canada's trade and climate policies.
Canadian universities flag foreign influence registry's potential 'chilling effect'

Canadian universities flag foreign influence registry's potential 'chilling effect'

OTTAWA — Canada's leading research universities warn that a proposed foreign influence transparency registry could have an unintended "chilling effect" on international partnerships, meaning Canada misses out on cutting-edge opportunities.
RCMP, B.C. Securities Commission deliver warnings to 10 suspected 'money mules'

RCMP, B.C. Securities Commission deliver warnings to 10 suspected 'money mules'

Sammy Wu, manager of investigations for the BC Securities Commission, said most of the suspects were "unwitting" money mules.
Montreal admits sudden patio closing during busy Grand Prix night was unacceptable

Montreal admits sudden patio closing during busy Grand Prix night was unacceptable

MONTREAL — The City of Montreal has launched an investigation and suspended an employee after fire prevention officers ordered a number of restaurants to shut their packed outdoor seating areas at dinner time during the busy Grand Prix weekend.