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Fragments found in Yukon 46 years ago was from ancient rhinoceros

Fragments found in Yukon 46 years ago was from ancient rhinoceros

Joan Hodgins remembers the "wonderful day" in April 1973 as she hiked up hills and hopped over creeks with half a dozen kids participating in an outdoor program she led near Whitehorse.
Winnipeg man charged with attempted murder after three-year-old boy stabbed

Winnipeg man charged with attempted murder after three-year-old boy stabbed

WINNIPEG — There is candy beside Hunter Haze Straight-Smith's hospital bed where his family has been in prayer since the three-year-old boy was brutally stabbed while asleep in his bed. He was in critical condition Thursday night.
Meng's lawyers still say RCMP shared phone details with FBI despite affidavits

Meng's lawyers still say RCMP shared phone details with FBI despite affidavits

VANCOUVER — Lawyers for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou maintain there is an "air of reality" to an allegation the RCMP illegally shared details of her electronic devices with the Federal Bureau of Investigation despite new affidavits from Mounties den
Fraud, corruption trial underway for former SNC-Lavalin executive Sami Bebawi

Fraud, corruption trial underway for former SNC-Lavalin executive Sami Bebawi

MONTREAL — Paying bribes to obtain lucrative Libyan construction contracts was once the business model for a division of SNC-Lavalin, prosecutors said Thursday as the fraud and corruption trial of a former employee of the engineering giant got underw
Metro Vancouver bus drivers plan action as contract talks break off

Metro Vancouver bus drivers plan action as contract talks break off

VANCOUVER — The union representing 5,000 bus drivers in Metro Vancouver says contract talks have broken off, setting the stage for the start of job action on Friday.
Saskatchewan court dismisses La Loche school shooter's appeal of sentence

Saskatchewan court dismisses La Loche school shooter's appeal of sentence

REGINA — Saskatchewan's highest court has dismissed a sentencing appeal by a young man who fatally shot four people and wounded seven others in a northern community.

Deer struck twice on B.C. highway survives, but six cars damaged

SAANICH, Canada — A chain reaction crash involving six vehicles on Thursday was set off by two collisions with a deer on the Patricia Bay Highway near Saanich, B.C.
Toronto councillors pass motion condemning Quebec's secularism bill

Toronto councillors pass motion condemning Quebec's secularism bill

Quebec Premier Francois Legault defended the province's controversial secularism bill on Thursday after yet another municipal council passed a motion this week condemning the legislation.
Efforts to ditch seasonal time change gaining steam

Efforts to ditch seasonal time change gaining steam

The British Columbia government's effort to formally do away with seasonal time changes marks the most decisive move in a debate that's quietly raged across Canada for years.
MLB in Montreal: Bronfman sees 'another positive step' in quest to bring team back

MLB in Montreal: Bronfman sees 'another positive step' in quest to bring team back

MONTREAL — A recent admission from the office of the mayor of St. Petersburg, Fla. has put a big smile on the face of the man trying to bring a Major League Baseball team back to Montreal.