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Montreal police investigate video that appears to show woman 'bus surfing'

Montreal police have launched an investigation into a video that appears to show a woman deliberately grabbing the bumper of a city bus as she's dragged down the street on her back.
Parents in Montreal start petition to add windows to 'bunker-like' school

Parents in Montreal start petition to add windows to 'bunker-like' school

MONTREAL — Five days a week, students at a high school in one of Montreal's poorest districts spend all day learning math and science in classrooms without windows.
Pet support: Calgary group raising funds for animal-friendly homeless shelter

Pet support: Calgary group raising funds for animal-friendly homeless shelter

CALGARY — Chaz Smith has seen some homeless people have to make the heartbreaking decision of having a warm bed for a night or staying outside with their furry friends.
Mother waits as father criminally probed for failing to return child to Canada

Mother waits as father criminally probed for failing to return child to Canada

TORONTO — Canadian police are investigating a mother's complaint that her former spouse has failed to obey a court order to return their four-year-old son to Canada.
Iran doesn't have expertise to analyze PS752 recorders: Champagne

Iran doesn't have expertise to analyze PS752 recorders: Champagne

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Foreign Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says Iran doesn't have experts who can analyze the data recorders from a civilian airliner it shot down last month and it's time to send the black boxes out of the country.
Indigenous leaders should have keys to 100 Wellington, Metis leader says

Indigenous leaders should have keys to 100 Wellington, Metis leader says

OTTAWA — A group of Metis citizens from Western Canada was left waiting in the cold as they sought approval from federal bureaucrats to enter an Ottawa building meant to be a space for Indigenous Peoples.

Police praise teen's honesty after she turns in cash stuffed bank envelopes

MILTON, Ont. — Police in Milton, Ont., just west of Toronto are praising a local teenager for her honesty after she turned over a large sum of cash she found.
Horgan says NDP to highlight 'what we've done, where we're going' this month

Horgan says NDP to highlight 'what we've done, where we're going' this month

VICTORIA — British Columbia's New Democrat government will be pointing out its achievements on affordability and economic fronts while introducing a political agenda for the next year as the October 2021 election approaches, Premier John Horgan says.
On 10-year anniversary of Vancouver Olympics, public figures reflect on mixed legacy

On 10-year anniversary of Vancouver Olympics, public figures reflect on mixed legacy

VANCOUVER — When Gregor Robertson took office as mayor of Vancouver, he said he didn't anticipate the "financial meltdown" of a planned housing development as the 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralymics approached.
Wet'suwet'en supporters light ceremonial fire at steps of B.C. legislature

Wet'suwet'en supporters light ceremonial fire at steps of B.C. legislature

VICTORIA — Efforts by hereditary chiefs of the Wet'suwet'en Nation to halt a pipeline project have prompted arrests and spurred a national movement that saw protesters light a ceremonial fire at the front steps of the legislature in Victoria and bloc