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Brother of B.C. homicide victim says he may never know why she was killed

Brother of B.C. homicide victim says he may never know why she was killed

The eldest brother of homicide victim Chynna Deese says he's not expecting the police investigation to provide a definitive answer as to why she was killed in such a seemingly random act.
Federal government apologizes for historic sled dog killings in the North

Federal government apologizes for historic sled dog killings in the North

IQALUIT, Nunavut — The Canadian government has apologized for the killings of thousands of sled dogs decades ago. Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett delivered the apology in Iqaluit.
Hunky Bill, B.C. perogy pioneer, restaurateur, PNE mainstay, dies at 88

Hunky Bill, B.C. perogy pioneer, restaurateur, PNE mainstay, dies at 88

VANCOUVER — Bill Konyk, a legendary Vancouver businessman who fought a human rights battle to maintain his nickname Hunky Bill, has died. He was 88.

Feds preparing to deploy promised military plane to Uganda for peacekeeping

OTTAWA — Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan is expected to announce Thursday the long-awaited deployment of a promised Canadian Forces transport plane to Uganda for peacekeeping missions.

Quick quotes: What was said about ethics commissioner's SNC-Lavalin findings

OTTAWA — "The prime minister, directly and through his senior officials, used various means to exert influence over Ms. Wilson-Raybould.
'Sweet little boy:' Judge finds Calgary man guilty in grandson's death

'Sweet little boy:' Judge finds Calgary man guilty in grandson's death

CALGARY — A judge has found a man guilty of inflicting a fatal brain injury on his young grandson five months after the boy was sent to Canada from Mexico so he could have a better life.
'Naive': Police chiefs say handgun ban wouldn't stop flow of weapons into Canada

'Naive': Police chiefs say handgun ban wouldn't stop flow of weapons into Canada

CALGARY — The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police won't be supporting a call for a ban on handguns despite concerns about gun violence in a number of major cities including Toronto.
Trudeau breached Conflict of Interest Act, says ethics commissioner

Trudeau breached Conflict of Interest Act, says ethics commissioner

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau refused to apologize Wednesday for intervening in the SNC-Lavalin affair, even after the federal ethics watchdog concluded that the prime minister violated the Conflict of Interest Act by improperly pressuring former attorney
Prairie provinces have no plans to put carbon tax stickers on pumps

Prairie provinces have no plans to put carbon tax stickers on pumps

EDMONTON — Carbon-tax-fighting governments in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba say they have no plans to follow Ontario's lead and force gas stations to put anti-carbon tax stickers on their pumps.
Canada warns about travel to Hong Kong, agrees with calls for peace

Canada warns about travel to Hong Kong, agrees with calls for peace

OTTAWA — It would be a mistake to label pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong as terrorists, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Wednesday as her government issued a pointed warning to Canadians about travelling to the semi-independent Ch
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