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Fredericton shooter tells his murder trial he believed it was the end of times

Fredericton shooter tells his murder trial he believed it was the end of times

FREDERICTON — The man on trial for a 2018 mass shooting in Fredericton told jurors Tuesday that in the days before the killings he was barricaded inside his apartment and thought everyone outside was a "demon" out to get him.
Transport Canada's dangerous-goods registry has outdated, missing data: audit

Transport Canada's dangerous-goods registry has outdated, missing data: audit

OTTAWA — Transport Canada isn't always following up when it finds safety violations in the movement of dangerous goods and still doesn’t have the full picture of the companies and locations it is supposed to be monitoring, Canada's interim environmen
Canadians support professor's use of offensive language, in context: poll

Canadians support professor's use of offensive language, in context: poll

OTTAWA — A new survey suggests Canadians are broadly supportive of freedom of speech on university campuses, at all costs.

RCMP launch code of conduct probe in B.C. over violent arrest caught on video

WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. — The RCMP's North District commander says video taken of a violent arrest in Williams Lake, B.C., doesn't show the full scope of the arrest or provide the context of what happened beforehand.

Trump signs proclamation formally exempting Canadian aluminum from tariffs — for now

WASHINGTON, Wash. — Donald Trump has officially let Canadian aluminum producers out of the national-security doghouse — for now. The U.S.
Corrections watchdog urges moratorium on doctor-assisted deaths in Canadian prisons

Corrections watchdog urges moratorium on doctor-assisted deaths in Canadian prisons

OTTAWA — Canada's prison ombudsman is calling for a moratorium on allowing medically assisted deaths inside federal correctional institutions, part of a sweeping annual report that also took a closer look at the prevalence of sexual violence behind b
Feds split rapid-housing cash between big cities, offer up rest for projects

Feds split rapid-housing cash between big cities, offer up rest for projects

OTTAWA — Fifteen cities will share $500 million in federal funding so they can buy properties being sold because of the COVID-19 pandemic and use them to help keep people from becoming homeless.
Nunavut legislation would create civilian police oversight with cultural adviser

Nunavut legislation would create civilian police oversight with cultural adviser

IQALUIT, Nunavut — Nunavut is not closing the door on having its own police oversight body and new legislation would allow it to start hiring civilian investigative groups, says the territory's deputy justice minister.

Canadians' interactions with each other significantly reduced: cellphone data study

TORONTO — Canadians dramatically altered their behaviour by permanently reducing their interactions with others even as they began moving around more during the pandemic, a new study of cellphone data suggests.
Another First Nation in Nova Scotia plans to start a self-regulated lobster fishery

Another First Nation in Nova Scotia plans to start a self-regulated lobster fishery

HALIFAX — Another First Nation is starting a self-regulated fishery in Nova Scotia even though it suffered backlash from the decision of the Sipekne'katik First Nation to harvest lobster outside the federally regulated fishing season.
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