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Now, that’s a beer league: Manitoba RCMP search for goalie booze thief

Now, that’s a beer league: Manitoba RCMP search for goalie booze thief

RUSSELL, Man. — Manitoba RCMP are looking for a thirsty goalie. Mounties say a man wearing hockey gear and carrying a goalie stick was one of two culprits who broke into a beer store in Russell on Aug. 15.
Salmon fishery shutdown sparks outcry from anglers

Salmon fishery shutdown sparks outcry from anglers

VANCOUVER — Predictions of an abysmal sockeye return have forced the closure of all salmon fishing on the Lower Fraser River, prompting an outcry from recreational users who say they are leading the way to preserve that fishery.
Terror suspect Aaron Driver spoke of disaffected youth, belief in Islam

Terror suspect Aaron Driver spoke of disaffected youth, belief in Islam

STRATHROY, Ont. — A young man who was allegedly plotting a terrorist attack on a Canadian city was largely an unknown loner in the small southwestern Ontario town where he died in a police takedown.

Churchill grain port to close; town not warned, mayor says

WINNIPEG — Politicians, workers and farmers say they were blindsided by news that the Port of Churchill in northern Manitoba is effectively shutting down.
Flood emergencies declared in four Saskatchewan towns

Flood emergencies declared in four Saskatchewan towns

REGINA — Four Saskatchewan communities have declared emergencies because of flooding, as a rainfall warning continues from the southwest corner of the province to the northeast.

B.C. makes second bid to evict homeless people from courthouse lawn

VICTORIA — The British Columbia government says fire, crime and sanitary conditions at a homeless camp outside the courthouse in Victoria have degenerated since March when the province originally applied for a court injunction to shut it down.
Will Trudeau's B.C. roots help him survive unpopular decisions?

Will Trudeau's B.C. roots help him survive unpopular decisions?

The Trudeau boys adored their visits to Grandpa Jimmy Sinclair’s West Vancouver home, exploring the former federal Liberal cabinet minister’s vast garden that had spots named after Pierre Trudeau’s three sons — Justin’s Path, Sacha’s Rock, Michel’s L

Senate passes assisted dying bill with major amendment

OTTAWA — The Senate has sent the federal government’s controversial bill on assisted dying back to the House of Commons with a major amendment that guts the central premise of the proposed law: that only those who are near death should qualify for me
Liberals reject NDP motion to decriminalize marijuana

Liberals reject NDP motion to decriminalize marijuana

OTTAWA — The Liberal government has no plans to decriminalize marijuana before legalizing it, Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould said Monday.

Stanley Burke, 93 was anchor of CBC's National News

KINGSTON, Ont. — The CBC is reporting that a former anchor of its nightly newscast died at 93 in Kingston, Ont., Saturday.
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