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University of Toronto gets ready for graduation ceremony today for black stud...
by Michelle McQuigge
22 Jun 2017 at 3:31am
Organizers of a graduation ceremony for black students at Canada's largest university say the event is meant to acknowledge the barriers that remain for people of colour pursuing academia.
Stabbing Winnipeg senior 68 times nets 'ticking time bomb' 12 years behind bars
21 Jun 2017 at 12:22pm
A Winnipeg woman who told police she "just lost it" and stabbed an 89-year-old neighbour to death for no reason has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for manslaughter.
'You are not a leader': RCMP corporal denounces Paulson's Moncton testimony
by Michael Tutton
22 Jun 2017 at 6:40am
An RCMP corporal who was a friend of three murdered Mounties is publicly condemning the commissioner's testimony last week on the killings as a clear failure of leadership.
Power still off for 400 properties in Red Deer after Tuesday's windstorm
22 Jun 2017 at 8:15am
The City of Red Deer says 400 homes and business are still without power after a violent windstorm hit central Alberta earlier this week.
N.S. government sends teen suicide expert to Cape Breton to address deaths
22 Jun 2017 at 7:23am
The Nova Scotia government is sending an expert on youth mental health and suicide to Cape Breton in the wake of several teen suicides.
Legal clinic challenges Ontario panhandling law as unconstitutional
22 Jun 2017 at 8:04am
A Toronto legal clinic has launched a constitutional challenge against an Ontario law that targets panhandling.
Teens arrested after dirt bike ridden through hall of Alberta school
21 Jun 2017 at 3:35pm
Several teenagers face charges after someone rode a dirt bike through the halls of an Alberta school.
Part-time sentence for driver in crash that killed B.C. couple
by Jackie Dunham
22 Jun 2017 at 6:59am
The families of a young couple killed in a car crash in Pitt Meadows, B.C. nearly seven years ago are expressing outrage at the part-time sentence the driver responsible for the accident was given this week.
Architects say former U.S. embassy 'not culturally appropriate' space for new...
by Sonja Puzic
21 Jun 2017 at 10:23am
The federal government has announced plans to convert the former U.S. embassy across from Parliament Hill into a space dedicated to Canada?s indigenous people. But indigenous architects are calling the building at 100 Wellington St. in Ottawa a 'hand-me-down' and say it is 'not a culturally appropriate space.'
Who is Amor Ftouhi, Canadian accused in U.S. airport stabbing?
by Josh K. Elliott
22 Jun 2017 at 6:03am
Neighbours say the Canadian arrested for an attack at a Michigan airport is a friendly, quiet man who lives in a modest apartment in Montreal.