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Email shows Lucki initially against naming firearms used in N.S. mass shooting

Email shows Lucki initially against naming firearms used in N.S. mass shooting

HALIFAX — RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki initially recommended the federal government not share information on the types of guns used in the Nova Scotia mass shooting — a stance she apparently shifted a few days later.
Two police officers remain in hospital after a shootout outside a B.C. bank

Two police officers remain in hospital after a shootout outside a B.C. bank

VICTORIA — A police officer is out of intensive care after being injured in a shootout outside a British Columbia bank nearly two weeks ago.
Scan of residential school grounds begins near Port Alberni, B.C.

Scan of residential school grounds begins near Port Alberni, B.C.

PORT ALBERNI, B.C. — A Vancouver Island First Nation says the first phase of scanning for unmarked graves has begun on the grounds of a former residential school near Port Alberni, B.C.
'It's difficult': Ukrainian newcomers struggle to make ends meet in Canada

'It's difficult': Ukrainian newcomers struggle to make ends meet in Canada

TORONTO — Sabina Abilova and Andrii Koziura sit at the dinner table in their basement apartment, laptops open, searching for jobs that might help them pay for next month's rent.
Federal Conservatives hire outside lawyer to review Patrick Brown's appeal request

Federal Conservatives hire outside lawyer to review Patrick Brown's appeal request

OTTAWA — The Conservative Party of Canada has brought in an outside lawyer to help determine whether one of its committees has the jurisdiction to hear Patrick Brown challenge his disqualification.
Notorious Hells Angel Maurice (Mom) Boucher, jailed for killing 2 prison guards, dies

Notorious Hells Angel Maurice (Mom) Boucher, jailed for killing 2 prison guards, dies

MONTREAL — A Quebec politician and biker gang expert said Monday that when he learned of the death of the notorious ex-Hells Angels leader Maurice (Mom) Boucher, he immediately thought about the killer's victims.
N.S. killer's abuse of spouse had roots going back generations, inquiry hears

N.S. killer's abuse of spouse had roots going back generations, inquiry hears

HALIFAX — Domestic violence extended back generations in the family of the man who carried out the 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia, a document released Monday by a public inquiry reveals.
Canada's premiers start summer meeting with First Nations gathering

Canada's premiers start summer meeting with First Nations gathering

VICTORIA — Canada's premiers are starting their summer gathering at a Victoria-area First Nation where they'll meet with leaders of the National Indigenous Organizations, a collection of five national Indigenous groups.
Edmonton Catholic church with Indigenous traditions prepares for Pope's visit

Edmonton Catholic church with Indigenous traditions prepares for Pope's visit

EDMONTON — Cultures collide each Sunday morning at Edmonton's Sacred Heart Church of the First Peoples, with sage burning alongside candles and both hymns and Indigenous drumming resounding through congregations.
Montrealers protest against man guilty of sexual abuse "inadequate" sentence

Montrealers protest against man guilty of sexual abuse "inadequate" sentence

Hundreds of people rallied in front of Montreal's courthouse on Sunday to denounce a light sentence imposed on a man who pleaded guilty to sexual assault and voyeurism
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