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Father, son accused of killing Metis hunters in rural Alberta plead not guilty

Father, son accused of killing Metis hunters in rural Alberta plead not guilty

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted May 16, 2022 10:04 am Updated May 16, 2022 4:51 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –HAS Larger font Increase article font size HAS+ A man and his son accused of killing two Metis hunters have pleaded not guilty. A jury trial has started for Roger Bilodeau and …

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Brady Robertson sentenced to 17 years for crash that killed GTA mom, her three daughters

Brady Robertson sentenced to 17 years for crash that killed GTA mom, her three daughters

A judge has sentenced a Caledon driver who tested at eight times the legal limit for THC to 17 years for “gambling with other people’s lives” and causing a 2020 crash that killed a schoolteacher and her three young daughters. The deaths of Caledon mom Karolina Ciasullo, 37, and her three daughters, six-year-old Klara, three-year-old …

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Pierre Poilievre denounces ‘white replacement theory’

Pierre Poilievre denounces ‘white replacement theory’

OTTAWA- Pierre Poilievre is denouncing the “white replacement theory” believed to be a motive for a mass shooting in Buffalo, NY, as “ugly and disgusting hate-mongering.” In a statement provided to The Canadian Press, the high-profile contender for the Conservative party leadership condemned the attack, in which police say a white gunman shot up a …

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1st patient in Quebec gets approval from Health Canada for magic mushroom therapy

1st patient in Quebec gets approval from Health Canada for magic mushroom therapy

When Thomas Hartle indulges in a session of psilocybin treatment, the end-of-life anxiety, distractions and noises associated with his terminal colon cancer go away. “Before the treatment, it’s like you’re sitting in your car. It’s summer. You have your windows down, You’re stuck in rush-hour traffic. It’s noisy. It’s unpleasant,” said Hartle, who lives in …

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The Weather Network – Canada’s first tornado of the year reported

The Weather Network – Canada’s first tornado of the year reported

Monday, May 16th 2022, 12:09 pm – Canada’s first tornado of the year was reported in eastern Ontario on Sunday afternoon. Ontario got a true taste of early summer-like weather this weekend, with the rising heat and humidity that spanned the province, as well as Canada’s first tornado of 2022. MUST SEE: Tornado 101: What …

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Retired tactical officer calls RCMP ‘broken organization’ at NS mass shooting inquiry

Retired tactical officer calls RCMP ‘broken organization’ at NS mass shooting inquiry

Two RCMP tactical officers testifying Monday at the inquiry examining the 2020 Nova Scotia mass shooting say responding was made more challenging by not having an adequately staffed team, overnight air support or the technology to pinpoint their locations. Emergency Response Team leader Cpl. Tim Mills, who decided to retire six months after the shootings, …

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New suspect images released in stabbing at Toronto subway station

New suspect images released in stabbing at Toronto subway station

Investigators have released new surveillance camera images of two suspects wanted after a man was stabbed multiple times in and around Main Street subway station last Friday night. Police said they were called to the station, north of Danforth Avenue, at 6:49 pm on May 13 where they found a 23-year-old man suffering from multiple …

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Residential school survivors, Indigenous leaders say Queen should apologize next

Residential school survivors, Indigenous leaders say Queen should apologize next

Now that residential school survivors have an initial apology from Pope Francis for the conduct of some Catholics at the facilities, president of the Métis National Council Cassidy Caron says the Queen should be the next to apologize. Following a suggestion from a Métis residential school survivor, Caron is calling on Queen Elizabeth II, as …

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