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Fifteen-year-old girl murdered in Montreal drive-by shooting, suspects sought

Fifteen-year-old girl murdered in Montreal drive-by shooting, suspects sought

MONTREAL — Residents of Montreal's northeastern St-Leonard neighbourhood expressed sadness and shock on Monday at news a 15-year-old girl had been shot to death in the area the night before.
Acadian group in N.B. praises life of Jackie Vautour, who resisted expropriation

Acadian group in N.B. praises life of Jackie Vautour, who resisted expropriation

FREDERICTON — An Acadian man who fought to remain in his home on New Brunswick's eastern shore is being recalled as a symbol of the francophone minority's resistance to unjust expropriation of their lands.
B.C. nurses finishing training to prescribe medication to battle addiction

B.C. nurses finishing training to prescribe medication to battle addiction

VANCOUVER — Thirty registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses in British Columbia are expected to complete their training this month to prescribe medication to those battling addiction to opioids. Provincial health officer Dr.
Man facing arson charge after fire at Canada Revenue Agency headquarters

Man facing arson charge after fire at Canada Revenue Agency headquarters

OTTAWA — A 33-year-old Ottawa man was scheduled to appear in court Monday after being arrested and charged with arson in connection with what police say was a fire at the Canada Revenue Agency's headquarters.
Quebec man facing weapons charges after RCMP find weapons, homemade bombs

Quebec man facing weapons charges after RCMP find weapons, homemade bombs

QUEBEC — A Quebec man is facing weapons charges after RCMP officers found about 10 homemade bombs as well as firearms, ammunition and weapons at his home.
Appeal Court lengthens parole period in triple murder of Alberta family

Appeal Court lengthens parole period in triple murder of Alberta family

CALGARY — The Alberta Court of Appeal has ruled that a trial judge erred by not applying consecutive parole eligibilities for two men convicted in the slayings of three family members.
Chinese-Canadians voice worries about racism, job losses one year in to pandemic

Chinese-Canadians voice worries about racism, job losses one year in to pandemic

VANCOUVER — COVID-19 has taken a toll on many Canadians, but for Chinese-Canadians the impacts have been magnified by racism aimed at individuals and businesses, community leaders say.

Immigration hearing put off for former Nazi death-squad member

OTTAWA — Jewish groups expressed dismay after an immigration hearing for former Nazi death-squad member Helmut Oberlander was put off, the latest twist in the long-running case.

Appeal Court upholds sentence for man convicted of killing Calgary couple, grandson

CALGARY — The Alberta Court of Appeal has upheld the sentence for a man who killed two people and their young grandson.
Michael White, convicted of killing pregnant wife, granted day parole for six months

Michael White, convicted of killing pregnant wife, granted day parole for six months

TORONTO — An Edmonton man convicted of killing his pregnant wife and dumping her body more than 15 years ago was granted day parole for six months on Monday, with officials stressing the need to monitor his current romantic relationship.