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Two truckers killed in fiery B.C. crash

The body of a second driver killed in a fiery crash near Kamloops Friday has been recovered. Both drivers were killed around 7 p.m. when a logging truck and a semi-truck collided on Highway 5A, between Kamloops and Merritt.
19 Canadians injured, bus flips in new jersey

19 Canadians injured, bus flips in new jersey

An investigation was underway after a Canadian tour bus overturned and slid down an embankment on a New Jersey interstate exit ramp Saturday morning, injuring 19 passengers including two children. New Jersey state police Sgt.

Man nabbed in confinement case

second suspect sought
Montreal mayor's party got kickbacks, inquiry told

Montreal mayor's party got kickbacks, inquiry told

Quebec's con-struction inquiry witnessed its first political bombshells Monday with a star witness testifying about corruption so deep, so systemic, that kickbacks to the Montreal mayor's political party and payments to the Italian Mafia were handled

Man gets 20 years for home invasion

A 20-year-old Winnipeg man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for terrorizing a family during a violent home invasion. Judge Rob Finlayson called the crime sickening before delivering his sentence in the packed courtroom.

Fishing boats crashed in heavy fog: official

Both the Transportation Safety Board and the U.S. Coast Guard are investigating a deadly collision between two fishing boats off the coast of Washington state Friday.

B.C. man charged with urging a woman to commit suicide

A 53-year-old B.C. man has been charged with counselling a depressed woman to commit suicide, and police say he may have done it before. The latest incident came to light when family members brought a woman in her 40s to see police in Abbotsford.

Ex-Ucluelet teacher loses sex-assault appeal

A former Ucluelet teacher found guilty of sexually assaulting a female student has lost an appeal of his conviction.

Explosive fire in Winnipeg

Thick, black smoke and flames spewed late Monday from a Winnipeg warehouse that holds highly explosive fuel used for car racing.

Nanaimo man leaves $500,000 to VIU

Vancouver Island University's bursary program received a $500,000 gift from the estate of a local resident, the school has announced. "If you are educated, you are free," read a quote attributed to the late Stanislaw Radzik, who passed away Aug.
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