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La Loche school shooter to be sentenced as an adult

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Members of the RCMP stand outside the La Loche Community School in La Loche, Sask. Monday, Jan. 25, 2016. Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press. Colette Derworiz. LA LOCHE, Sask. The Canadian Press. Published February 23, 2018 Updated 2 hours ago. A 'Incredible level of violence:' Saskatchewan school gunman to get adult sentenceThe teacher, teacher's aide and teen brothers who died in La Loche shootingLa Loche school shooter to be given adult sentence

Canada's top soldier 'deeply concerned' about raucous party planned by his staff on military plane

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Canada's top soldier says he is disappointed and “deeply concerned” about the antics on a military flight that featured free-flowing booze, a live band and VIPs and military personnel dancing in the aisles — and which led to a sexual assault charge Top general suspends VIP military flights — after excessive drinking, sex assault charge and peeing in seatsTeam Canada trips suspended by militaryNo more booze on military VIP flights, Team Canada tours suspended: Vance

Police charge Bruce McArthur with sixth case of first-degree murder

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Toronto Police have charged Bruce McArthur with the first-degree murder of Skandaraj Navaratnam, who went missing in Toronto nearly eight years ago. handout. JUSTIN LING, Tu Thanh Ha and MOLLY HAYES. Published February 23, 2018 Updated 2 hours ago Bruce McArthur investigation could last years: PoliceA glance at the alleged victims of Bruce McArthur, charged in six deathsBruce McArthur now charged with murders of six men: Toronto police

Anger, but not surprise, greets verdict in Tina Fontaine case

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People in Ottawa are expressing anger — but not surprise — after a jury in Winnipeg rendered a not-guilty verdict in a case that sparked a national outcry about the disappearance and murder of Indigenous women and girls. 'It wasn't surprise, it was Winnipeg march to honour Tina Fontaine calls for change to protect Indigenous youthHow the tragic death of Tina Fontaine helped spark the MMIWG inquiryMorning Update: Cormier acquitted in Fontaine's death; a new Canadian Olympic medal record

Trudeau promises to meet with MP responsible for inviting Jaspal Atwal to events in India

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he will sit down with Liberal MP Randeep Sarai sometime next week to discuss his invitation of a known would-be assassin to two receptions in India. The Conservative party is pushing for further action, calling for an Justin Trudeau To Have A 'Conversation' With MP Who Invited Jaspal Atwal To Events In IndiaTrudeau with his Indian culture overkill came across as patronizingTrudeau's fashion missteps highlight what not to wear on vacation

Morneau talks Trump with elementary school kids in pre-budget shoe photo op

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OTTAWA – The sixth graders at Rose Avenue Junior Public School in Toronto got a crash course in gender equity and Canada-U.S. relations from Finance Minister Bill Morneau Friday morning. Continuing the tradition of federal finance ministers trying on a Where your tax dollar goesBudget to cost pay equity in public sector and federally regulated jobs: sourceThese are the top tax issues Canadians should look out for in next week's budget

Person who adopted pig then ate it didn't break law, SPCA says

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A B.C. resident who adopted a pig under false pretenses then slaughtered and ate it has been banned from receiving any more animals from SPCA branches in the province. Unfortunately, that's the only course of action available to the animal welfare Pig Adopted from Shelter Killed and Eaten by Owners Who Overestimated the Work of a Pet PigAdopted potbelly pig killed and eaten on Vancouver IslandSome People On Vancouver Island Adopted a Rescue Pig And Ate It

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