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RCMP major crime, forensic investigators headed to Clyde River following shooting

RCMP major crime, forensic investigators headed to Clyde River following shooting

CLYDE RIVER, Nunavut — Nunavut RCMP say major crime and forensic investigators are on their way from Iqaluit to Clyde River following a shooting.
Speculation mounts about sinking of Nova Scotia fishing boat with six aboard

Speculation mounts about sinking of Nova Scotia fishing boat with six aboard

HALIFAX — As a snowstorm descended on Nova Scotia and the search for five missing scallop fishermen was suspended Thursday, an industry leader said there was evidence to suggest their boat had suddenly capsized in the Bay of Fundy earlier this week.
Quebec unimpressed with Trudeau's offer of long-term care cash if standards met

Quebec unimpressed with Trudeau's offer of long-term care cash if standards met

OTTAWA — Quebec Premier Francois Legault is shrugging off the suggestion that new federal funding for long-term care homes would have to be tied to national standards.
Canada gives OK to Boeing 737 Max changes but planes still grounded

Canada gives OK to Boeing 737 Max changes but planes still grounded

MONTREAL — Boeing's 737 Max aircraft is a step closer to returning to Canadian skies, nearly two years after being grounded due to technical issues that resulted in two deadly crashes involving foreign airlines.
B.C. forecasts $13.6 billion deficit; economy expected to grow 3 per cent next year

B.C. forecasts $13.6 billion deficit; economy expected to grow 3 per cent next year

VICTORIA — British Columbia is showing signs of rebuilding its economy despite the ongoing and still uncertain impact of COVID-19, Finance Minister Selina Robinson says.
Fredericton mass shooter deemed 'high risk' and ordered detained in hospital

Fredericton mass shooter deemed 'high risk' and ordered detained in hospital

FREDERICTON — The man found not criminally responsible in the 2018 killing of four people in Fredericton has been deemed "high-risk" and ordered detained in a high-security hospital.
Military leaders to be held to account if extremism isn't addressed, Sajjan says

Military leaders to be held to account if extremism isn't addressed, Sajjan says

OTTAWA — Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan worries incidents of extremism and hate in the Canadian Armed Forces are on the rise — and he says military commanders will be held accountable if the problem is not addressed.
RCMP start criminal investigation into train derailment near Field, B.C.

RCMP start criminal investigation into train derailment near Field, B.C.

FIELD, B.C. — The RCMP say a criminal investigation has been launched into a fatal Canadian Pacific train derailment near the boundary between B.C. and Alberta in February 2019. Staff Sgt.
Coalition Avenir Quebec member out of caucus for not following COVID-19 rules at bar

Coalition Avenir Quebec member out of caucus for not following COVID-19 rules at bar

QUEBEC — A member of the governing Coalition Avenir Quebec party is temporarily out of caucus after a video surfaced of him breaking COVID-19 rules at a holiday gathering.
As vulnerable youth face CERB clawbacks, Trudeau says Liberals looking over options

As vulnerable youth face CERB clawbacks, Trudeau says Liberals looking over options

OTTAWA — Marie Christian recalls the confusion that reigned as the young people she works with tried to navigate government aid at the onset of the pandemic.