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Wolf found dead by roadside, another still missing after 'suspicious' B.C. zoo escape

Wolf found dead by roadside, another still missing after 'suspicious' B.C. zoo escape

One of the wolves that escaped its enclosure at the Greater Vancouver Zoo this week has been found dead and a second is still missing.
Some kids' pain meds in short supply, but pharmacists say prescription not needed

Some kids' pain meds in short supply, but pharmacists say prescription not needed

Drug manufacturers are ramping up production to get pain relievers back in stock come fall cold and flu season.
Northern Alberta town to be featured on hit CBC show

Northern Alberta town to be featured on hit CBC show

Lac La Biche is going to prove to the rest of Canada that it's Still Standing.

Tension in Ottawa as group associated with convoy protest attempts to put down roots

An Ottawa-based group with suspected ties to the "Freedom Convoy" says it has been threatened with eviction and is ready to take its cause to court.
Pope says not enough evidence to open sex assault probe against Quebec Cardinal

Pope says not enough evidence to open sex assault probe against Quebec Cardinal

Quebec Cardinal Marc Ouellet is facing allegations of sexual assault in a class-action lawsuit filed this week in Quebec Superior Court.
Judge goes easy on woman charged in Alberta butcher store break-in

Judge goes easy on woman charged in Alberta butcher store break-in

44-year-old woman with no criminal record and two kids gets year of probation after judge rejects plea deal.
'Weak spot' in virus responsible for COVID-19 could mean new treatments: researchers

'Weak spot' in virus responsible for COVID-19 could mean new treatments: researchers

Researchers at the University of British Columbia have discovered what they are calling a "weak spot" in the virus that causes COVID-19.
Unsecured garbage in national park raises bear fears in Banff

Unsecured garbage in national park raises bear fears in Banff

A spike in trash being left at popular day-use areas has Parks Canada urging visitors to ensure they're not inadvertently attracting wildlife.
Calgary police searching for woman believed to be involved in transit hate crime

Calgary police searching for woman believed to be involved in transit hate crime

Calgary police say they are trying to find a woman who yelled racist slurs at two 13-year-old girls on a bus.
Proportion of French speakers declines nearly everywhere in Canada, including Quebec

Proportion of French speakers declines nearly everywhere in Canada, including Quebec

In Quebec, the percentage of people who primarily speak French at home has been declining since 2001. It fell to 77.5 per cent last year from 82.3 per cent 20 years earlier.