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Newfoundland woman stabbed boyfriend over ejection from Bryan Adams concert

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A Newfoundland woman angry at her boyfriend because they were ejected from a Bryan Adams concert threw a pot of macaroni salad at him and then stabbed his face, a St. John's court has heard.
Federal crime reduction minister says it's hard to get fix on money laundering

Federal crime reduction minister says it's hard to get fix on money laundering

VICTORIA — The amount of money laundered annually by organized criminals in Canada is difficult to estimate, but heightened efforts are underway to halt the flow of dirty money, Organized Crime Reduction Minister Bill Blair said Wednesday.

Ontario town won't open council meetings with Indigenous land acknowledgment

An Ontario town has rejected a motion to open all its council meetings with an acknowledgment that the proceedings are taking place on lands held by Canada's Indigenous people. A councillor in the town of Richmond Hill, Ont.
Nothing could be done to stop emaciated grizzly that killed mom, baby: coroner

Nothing could be done to stop emaciated grizzly that killed mom, baby: coroner

WHITEHORSE — There was nothing a woman could have done to prevent a predatory attack by a starving grizzly bear that killed her and her 10-month-old daughter, the Yukon Coroner's Service has concluded.
Caitlan Coleman describes spankings, abuse at hands of Joshua Boyle

Caitlan Coleman describes spankings, abuse at hands of Joshua Boyle

OTTAWA — Caitlan Coleman, who was backpacking in Afghanistan with husband Joshua Boyle when the pair were seized by extremists in 2012, told a judge Wednesday her spouse regularly punished her with spankings for arguing with him or disobeying his wis
Tories seek investigation into leak of Trudeau-JWR clash over top court choice

Tories seek investigation into leak of Trudeau-JWR clash over top court choice

OTTAWA — The Conservatives are asking for an investigation into leaks of confidential information about Jody Wilson-Raybould's controversial choice for chief justice of the Supreme Court of Canada — and the former justice minister is echoing their ca

Coroners service launches interactive map of unidentified human remains

From the unidentified body of a man with a crossed out tattoo to the bodies of two little boys found in Vancouver's Stanley Park more than 60 years ago, each of British Columbia's unsolved cases involving human remains has its place on a new interact
Feds boost funding for refugee health care, but study says barriers remain

Feds boost funding for refugee health care, but study says barriers remain

OTTAWA — Canada's refugee health program is getting a $283 million boost over the next two years. Immigration officials say the funding increase — contained in last week's federal budget — is needed because more people are making refugee claims.

Mother, two sons, died in Surrey, B.C., crash, deaths are suspicious: police

SURREY, B.C. — Police say a mother and her two sons were the victims of a single-vehicle collision in Surrey, B.C., on Tuesday and their deaths are being treated as suspicious.