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News: Canada

‘Everything is fine’: Canada’s health minister addresses cannabis supply issues

Saturday  11:05,   20 october 2018
globalnews.ca

Despite daily early closures and shortages of supply, Canadian Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor says demand issues are being "handled well." "We did recognize there was perhaps going to be some types of cannabis that were more popular than... >>>

Family seeking answers in Blood Tribe man’s death

Saturday  08:06,   20 october 2018
globalnews.ca

The family of a Blood Tribe man is seeking answers after they say he died from injuries suffered during a confrontation with a Lethbridge police officer. Radford Good Dagger died on Oct. 8, five days after his family says the 48-year-old was... >>>

Toronto man sentenced to 16 years for pumping six bullets into the back of unarmed teen

Saturday  08:06,   20 october 2018
thestar

Toronto man sentenced to 16 years for pumping six bullets into the back of unarmed... >>>

No help for dead Indigenous teen: report

Saturday  08:06,   20 october 2018
msn

No help for dead Indigenous teen:... >>>

Alleged McArthur victim Selim Esen remembered in funeral service

Saturday  07:55,   20 october 2018
cbc.ca

Family and friends of Selim Esen, a man allegedly murdered by Bruce McArthur, gathered Friday to remember his... >>>

The health system in Canada’s North is failing — but not by accident. ‘It is designed to do what it is doing’

Saturday  07:55,   20 october 2018
thestar

The health system in Canada’s North is failing — but not by accident. ‘It is designed to do what it is... >>>

Mysterious hole on south Edmonton street to affect traffic through December

Saturday  07:55,   20 october 2018
globalnews.ca

A mysterious hole that was discovered under a busy south Edmonton intersection is once again impacting traffic. The large cavity under the pavement on Allendale Road near Calgary Trail prompted EPCOR to shut it down this summer in order to make... >>>

2 days into legalization and a joint sparks a dorm room fire at Western University

Saturday  07:55,   20 october 2018
cbc.ca

No-one was hurt, but dozens of students were jolted out of bed early this morning after a smouldering joint thrown into a recycle lit a nearby bed on fire, triggering an alarm inside a dorm... >>>

Toronto’s ‘atrocious’ commutes make gridlock a key election issue

Saturday  07:55,   20 october 2018
thestar

Toronto’s ‘atrocious’ commutes make gridlock a key election... >>>

Toronto police raid and shut down five pot shops

Saturday  07:55,   20 october 2018
msn

Toronto police raid and shut down five pot... >>>

Alexandre Bissonnette sentencing delayed

Saturday  05:56,   20 october 2018
msn

Alexandre Bissonnette sentencing... >>>

RCAF intercepts Russian jet over Black Sea

Saturday  03:20,   20 october 2018
msn

RCAF intercepts Russian jet over Black... >>>

'Mom, I'm in trouble': Grande Prairie woman faces decade in Thai prison

Saturday  03:20,   20 october 2018
cbc.ca

One of two tourists charged with vandalism for spray painting graffiti on an ancient red-brick wall in northern Thailand is from Grande Prairie, Alta. Thai police said early Friday they had arrested a Canadian and Briton — Brittney Schneider and... >>>

Harassment trial ends with guilty verdict for Calgary millionaire

Saturday  00:46,   20 october 2018
cbc.ca

Jurors have found Ken Carter, a Calgary millionaire accused of paying more than $800,000 to discredit and harass his ex-girlfriend in a custody battle, guilty on charges of criminal harassment. © Meghan Grant/CBC Steve Walton, right, a retired... >>>

Bernardo-like sexual deviancy poorly understood

Friday  21:57,   19 october 2018
msn

Bernardo-like sexual deviancy poorly... >>>