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  • Boy charged in killing of 18-year-old woman on Halifax-area walkway

    June 23, 2017 1:17 PM 7

    HALIFAX -- A 16-year-old boy has been charged with second-degree murder after a young woman was found dying on a Halifax-area walkway earlier this month. Chelsie Probert was found in medical distress on the north end Dartmouth pathway around 10 p.m. on June 6. The 18-year-old woman was taken to hospital, where she later died of her injuries. On Thursday

  • Huge stuffed cow saves 2-year-old boy after fall from window

    June 23, 2017 10:57 AM 8

    CHELSEA, Mass. - Police in Massachusetts are crediting a huge stuffed cow with saving 2-year-old boy who fell out of a second-storey window and onto concrete below. Police say the boy was playing in a bedroom with his 12-year-old sister and bouncing on the bed when he bounced right out of the window. He fell 4 metres onto the concrete. Luckily, he was holding

  • Severed toe used in famous Yukon cocktail returned with an apology

    June 23, 2017 6:45 AM 44

    DAWSON CITY, Yukon - A mummified human toe that is the key ingredient in a strange drinking ritual in Dawson City is back where it belongs. RCMP in the Yukon city say the shrivelled, brown toe that was stolen last weekend has been returned to its rightful owner. The toe, which is used in the Downtown Hotel's popular "sourtoe cocktail," had vanished on Saturday

  • Thief returns stolen human toe to Dawson City bar

    June 23, 2017 6:24 AM 8

    'At the time that the package was opened, the toe was believed to be in good condition' A thief who made off with a human toe that is used in an notorious cocktail served by a Dawson City bar has mailed the toe back to its owners, Yukon RCMP say. Staff at the Downtown Hotel reported the theft last Sunday, saying someone had made off with one of the bar's

  • Alberta Health Services employee suspended for texting racial slur to Indigenous woman

    June 23, 2017 1:59 AM 6

    'This is totally unacceptable and there will be consequences,' says Alberta Health Minister Sarah Hoffman An Alberta Health Services employee has been suspended after using a racial slur to refer to a Kainai Board of Education school principal in a text message. The text sent by the employee on Monday refers to another AHS worker apparently being disciplined

  • Northern Ontario First Nation declares state of emergency on youth suicides

    June 23, 2017 1:57 AM 7

    Community says entire $380,000 promised by Health Canada to help pay for mental health workers has yet to arrive. Wapekeka First Nation has declared a state of emergency after the suicide of 12-year-old Jenera Roundsky last week sent 35 kids into a mental health crisis and ignited fears that a suicide pact that gripped the community in January still

  • B.C. Liberal party throne speech borrows ideas from the NDP and Greens

    June 23, 2017 1:11 AM 7

    VICTORIA -- British Columbia's opposition parties accused Premier Christy Clark of adopting their policies and campaign promises Thursday in a last-ditch bid to hold onto power as her minority government faces defeat in a legislature showdown next week. The government's throne speech included about a dozen planks from the New Democrat and Green party

  • 30 throne speech pledges by the B.C. Liberals that weren't in their election platform

    June 23, 2017 12:28 AM 7

    Government release highlighted 48 different initiatives but the party campaigned on less than a third of them For the last week, premier Christy Clark said her party's throne speech would not be just things the B.C. Liberals campaigned on in last month's provincial election, but a document that included "the best ideas from all parties." "I'm hopeful

  • 'A hell of a shot': Sniper record latest example of deadly Canadian marksmanship

    June 22, 2017 11:45 PM 16

    Joint Task Force 2 member hit ISIS militant at a distance of 3,453 metres, military confirms A Canadian sniper working alongside Iraqi forces in their fight against ISIS successfully struck a member of the militant group from a distance of 3,540 metres, Canada's military confirmed Thursday. The sniper is a member of the elite Joint Task Force 2 special

  • Canadian Special Operations sniper shoots Daesh fighter from 3.5 kilometres away

    June 22, 2017 10:57 PM 8

    A Canadian Special Operations sniper shot a Daesh, also known as ISIS, fighter from 3.5 kilometres away in Iraq, the Globe and Mail reported Thursday. The shot, according to the report, happened within the last month. In a statement following publication of the Globe and Mail article, the Canadian Special Operations Command confirmed that one of its soldiers