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  • Facing heat, Nenshi cancels fundraiser promising time with mayor for thousands of dollars - CBC.ca June 27, 2017
    CBC.caFacing heat, Nenshi cancels fundraiser promising time with mayor for thousands of dollarsCBC.caCalgary's mayor, under fire for a campaign fundraiser critics said gave, at best, the illusion of selling access, has cancelled the event. Kasian, an architecture firm based in Calgary, was supposed to host the get-together for Naheed Nenshi's campaign ...Nenshi cancels controversial $5000 […]
  • Teen seriously injured after stabbing inside Yorkdale mall - CTV News June 27, 2017
    CTV NewsTeen seriously injured after stabbing inside Yorkdale mallCTV NewsA teen is seriously injured after a stabbing broke out inside Yorkdale Shopping Centre on Monday evening. It happened shortly before 5:30 p.m. at the entrance to Cineplex Cinemas at the north-end of the busy mall. The victim sustained “very serious ...Four suspects wanted after male […]
  • Derek Saretzky triple-murder trial: defence reminds jurors of presumption of innocence - Globalnews.ca June 27, 2017
    Globalnews.caDerek Saretzky triple-murder trial: defence reminds jurors of presumption of innocenceGlobalnews.caWATCH: The trial for accused triple-murderer Derek Saretzky is winding down, with jurors hearing closing arguments on Monday. As Nancy Hixt reports, the jury is expected to receive final instructions from the judge Wednesday, then begin deliberations ...'He decided to do it again': Crown tells jurors […]
  • Saskatchewan relents on cuts to funeral services for the poor - CTV News June 27, 2017
    CTV NewsSaskatchewan relents on cuts to funeral services for the poorCTV NewsThe Saskatchewan government has relented on a plan that would have seen people on social assistance lose nearly half of the benefits provided to cover funeral costs at a savings to the province of about $1 million per year. Brad Wall's Saskatchewan ...Social services […]
  • Accuser defends friendly emails sent to Mountie after alleged sex assault - CTV News June 26, 2017
    CTV NewsAccuser defends friendly emails sent to Mountie after alleged sex assaultCTV NewsVANCOUVER -- A woman who has accused British Columbia's former RCMP spokesman of sexual assault defended sending him friendly emails after the alleged attack during a heated cross-examination Monday. David Butcher is representing former ...and more »
  • AHS fires 2 employees after racial slur about Indigenous school principal - CBC.ca June 26, 2017
    CBC.caAHS fires 2 employees after racial slur about Indigenous school principalCBC.caTwo Alberta Health Services employees have been fired after a racial slur against First Nations people was sent via text message last week. One of the employees accidentally sent a text referring to Ramona Big Head — the principal of Tatsikiisaapo'p ...AHS employees fired over […]
  • Of course populism on the rise in Canada - Toronto Sun June 26, 2017
    Toronto SunOf course populism on the rise in CanadaToronto SunA recent poll commissioned by The Canadian Press reveals the public believes there's a “northern populism” movement growing in Canada. The elites predictably will react with fear and alarm to this story and inevitably try to convince regular Canadians ...Most Canadians feel $500M for Canada 150 […]
  • BC Liberals' bill to ban corporate and union donations defeated by NDP and Greens - CBC.ca June 26, 2017
    CBC.caBC Liberals' bill to ban corporate and union donations defeated by NDP and GreensCBC.caJust days before they face a historic defeat in the legislature, the B.C. Liberals were defeated by the NDP and Greens in an attempt to pass a bill to ban corporate and union donations from provincial politics. The Election Amendment Act, along […]
  • London cops support their Toronto colleagues at Pride parade in New York City - CBC.ca June 26, 2017
    CBC.caLondon cops support their Toronto colleagues at Pride parade in New York CityCBC.caFive members of the London Police Association joined about 100 Toronto police and union representatives who travelled to New York City over the weekend to participate in the city's Pride parade. Toronto officers were there because they had been banned ...You don't have to […]
  • Canadian Capt. Megan Couto leads Queen's Guard - CTV News June 26, 2017
    CTV NewsCanadian Capt. Megan Couto leads Queen's GuardCTV NewsMarching in front of some 40 Canadian soldiers, Capt. Megan Couto made history on Monday by becoming the first female infantry officer to command the ceremonial Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace. The 24-year-old member of the 2nd Battalion ...Meet the Canadian woman guarding the QueenCBC.caCanadian soldier, […]