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Dark Poutine podcast recap: The Vancouver Stanley Cup riots

Dark Poutine podcast recap: The Vancouver Stanley Cup riots

On this week’s episode of the Dark Poutine podcast, we hear about the Vancouver Stanley Cup riots of 1994 of 2011. The beautiful city of Vancouver has a surprisingly dark history of rioting over the years.
Boy OK after jumping from stolen SUV: Saskatoon police

Boy OK after jumping from stolen SUV: Saskatoon police

Saskatoon police say a boy who jumped out of a stolen SUV while it was moving is OK. Police said the SUV was left running with the boy inside when it was stolen late Monday afternoon in the 3300 block of 37th Street West.
Teen driver nabbed doing 102 in 50 km/hr zone on Cemetery Road in Hamilton

Teen driver nabbed doing 102 in 50 km/hr zone on Cemetery Road in Hamilton

An 18-year-old female from Smithville, Ont., has been charged after Hamilton Police stopped her for speeding at Regional Road 56 at Cemetery Road in Hamilton.
Majority of British Columbians want more housing options, says poll from developers

Majority of British Columbians want more housing options, says poll from developers

A new poll suggests a majority of British Columbians want municipalities to approve more housing options and speed up the development process.
What is Tiananmen Square? How China is ‘immunizing’ itself by censoring a massacre

What is Tiananmen Square? How China is ‘immunizing’ itself by censoring a massacre

China ‘s human and robot censors have ramped up their efforts to silence any mention of the Tiananmen Square protests ahead of the 30th anniversary of one of the bloodiest crackdowns in Chinese history.
What to do when your kids stumble on sexual content online

What to do when your kids stumble on sexual content online

A few clicks online in the wrong direction can lead to kids being exposed to inappropriate sexual content.
Weekend crash in Plympton-Wyoming sends 3 to hospital: OPP

Weekend crash in Plympton-Wyoming sends 3 to hospital: OPP

Three people were taken to hospital with minor injuries Saturday following a three-vehicle collision in Plympton-Wyoming. The incident happened around 3:45 p.m. along Oil Heritage Road south of London Line, provincial police said Tuesday.
Does cannabis cause psychosis? Evidence is lacking, scientists say

Does cannabis cause psychosis? Evidence is lacking, scientists say

Six scientists have disputed a study published in March that argued that daily use of high-potency cannabis is “ strongly linked to the risk of developing psychosis .
Search for missing Winnipeg man Eduardo Balaquit hits 1 year

Search for missing Winnipeg man Eduardo Balaquit hits 1 year

The family of a missing Winnipeg man is still desperate for answers one year after his disappearance. Eduardo Balaquit was last seen June 4, 2018, when he left home for his cleaning job at a building on Keewatin Street.
Exchange District Biz offering tours of key spots in Winnipeg General Strike to mark 100th anniversary

Exchange District Biz offering tours of key spots in Winnipeg General Strike to mark 100th anniversary

It’s been a century, but people can still visit some of the key sites of the Winnipeg General Strike.