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  • RCMP looking for inmate who escaped from Regina jail; no word on how he got out

    August 15, 2017 5:27 PM 7

    REGINA - Saskatchewan RCMP are looking for an inmate who escaped from the Regina Provincial Correctional Centre, but they won't say how he got out or give details about his sentence. Mounties say in a news release that they were told at 3:30 p.m. on Monday that Ronald Turner had escaped. They say it was decided, based on an initial investigation, that there's

  • Multi-storey go-kart racetrack 'on steroids' almost finished in Niagara Falls

    August 15, 2017 5:15 PM 3

    Owners say attraction is the 1st of its kind in Canada Construction is just about finished on a massive, spiralling go-kart racetrack that looks like a bit like a roller coaster in Niagara Falls, Ont. Tourism company HOCO Limited says its new "Niagara Speedway" attraction will be fully built on the Clifton Hill entertainment strip this fall, and after

  • Customers of T.O. eatery may have been exposed to hepatitis A: officials

    August 15, 2017 2:04 PM 7

    Toronto health officials are warning that recent customers of an east-end restaurant may have been exposed to hepatitis A. Toronto Public Health says an employee of the Cliffside Bistro has a confirmed case of the virus, which can cause liver infection. The agency says the risk of infection is low, but anyone who ate or drank at the restaurant on July 21, 25 or 29, or on Aug. 2 or 4, should

  • Co-founder of The Rebel, Brian Lilley, leaves the conservative media website

    August 15, 2017 11:34 AM 9

    OTTAWA—A co-founder of The Rebel says he’s leaving the conservative media website. Ottawa radio talk show host Brian Lilley announced Monday in a Facebook post that he’s parting ways with The Rebel because he no longer feels “comfortable” being part of the organization. Lilley says he had been concerned over the “harsh tone” The Rebel has taken on some subjects

  • Canada’s NAFTA demands: Good luck with that, say skeptical U.S. trade vets Add to ..

    August 15, 2017 10:08 AM 9

    Some of Canada’s key demands in the coming NAFTA renegotiation will be a tough sell in the United States, according to former American trade officials who say they will be difficult to achieve in the climate of a Donald Trump, America First-themed presidency. The Canadian government has just released priorities for the talks which begin Wednesday and they include

  • Tip 1 of Freeland's Art of the Deal: Expect things to get messy

    August 15, 2017 9:00 AM 7

    'I am confident that this is a story with a happy ending,' minister says as NAFTA talks to begin Wednesday Chrystia Freeland declared herself to be "deeply optimistic" on Monday, despite the fact she's about to enter into trade negotiations with Donald Trump, the man credited with writing the book on dealmaking. "I am confident that this is a story with a happy

  • B.C. moves to ban grizzly bear trophy hunting

    August 15, 2017 1:49 AM 6

    Killing grizzly bears for trophy will come to an end in British Columbia, but not before hunters get one more shot this season. Natural Resource Operations Minister Doug Donaldson said the province is moving to ban trophy hunting for grizzly bears and will completely ban the hunt of grizzlies in the Great Bear Rainforest as of Nov. 30. But the current

  • B.C. bans grizzly bear trophy hunting, will completely ban grizzly hunt in Great Bear Rainforest

    August 15, 2017 1:34 AM 6

    Natural Resource Operations Minister Doug Donaldson said the purpose of the ban isn’t because the number of killings is unsustainable for the grizzly population, but largely in response to public opinion. VICTORIA—Killing grizzly bears for trophy will come to an end in British Columbia, but not before hunters get one more shot this season. Natural Resource

  • Ontario judge frees refugee claimant, calls detention Kafkaesque Add to ..

    August 15, 2017 1:26 AM 8

    A judge has called the legality of Canada’s immigration-detention system into question in a case in which he set free a refugee claimant who had done nothing wrong, yet was detained in a maximum-security prison for 17 months. Ontario Superior Court Justice Edward Morgan said the adjudicators who preside at detention hearings and review detentions on a monthly

  • Investigation launched after B.C. man visits hospital 4 times before stroke diagnosis

    August 15, 2017 12:52 AM 7

    'I could see in his eyes that something was wrong; he looked really scared' Family and friends of a northwest B.C. man want to know why it took four hospital visits over a four-day span for doctors to finally confirm a stroke diagnosis and to provide specialized medical treatment. Northern Health, which runs the hospitals in Hazelton and Terrace, B.C., told CBC News it has launched