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Flint airport officer stabbed during attack out of hospital

Flint airport officer stabbed during attack out of hospital

FLINT, Mich. — The Flint, Michigan, airport officer stabbed in the neck during what authorities are investigating as a terrorist act has been discharged from a hospital. A spokeswoman for Hurley Medical Center says Lt.

Woman defends sending friendly emails to RCMP inspector after alleged assault

VANCOUVER — 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.
Canadian lumber producers face average 27 per cent duties with second wave

Canadian lumber producers face average 27 per cent duties with second wave

MONTREAL — Canada's softwood lumber industry faces average duties of about 27 per cent after the U.S. Department of Commerce slapped it with an additional 6.87 per cent in preliminary average anti-dumping tariffs.
Ontario to call public inquiry into Elizabeth Wettlaufer nursing home murders

Ontario to call public inquiry into Elizabeth Wettlaufer nursing home murders

TORONTO — The case of a nurse who murdered eight seniors in long-term care homes in Ontario will be examined in a public inquiry.

Jury hears B.C. man's online communication constitutes criminal harassment

VANCOUVER — A British Columbia man's online communications show he criminally harassed his ex-wife and his hatred of her was so intense that he used their teenage son as a pawn, a Crown attorney argued Monday. Mark Myhre told a B.C.
NDP, Greens vote against their political goals in favour of defeating Liberals

NDP, Greens vote against their political goals in favour of defeating Liberals

VICTORIA — Two coveted political goals of the NDP and Greens were defeated Monday in the British Columbia legislature as the opposition parties resolved no bills should be considered until a confidence vote is held on the province's Liberal governmen

Alberta Health Services fires two employees over indigenous racial slur

STAND OFF, Alta. — The organization that delivers health programs for the Alberta government has fired two employees over a racial slur made against an indigenous educator.
'He told you that he did it:' Jury hears final arguments in Alberta murder trial

'He told you that he did it:' Jury hears final arguments in Alberta murder trial

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — The Crown in the triple-murder trial of a southern Alberta man told a jury they should find Derek Saretzky guilty because he confessed to police and that confession is supported by evidence.

Police seek man who took a puppy and 4 kittens from Barrie, Ontario, pet shop

BARRIE, Ont. — Police say they're trying to track down a man who allegedly stole a puppy and four kittens from a central Ontario pet store. Investigators say the animals were taken from the Barrie, Ont., shop early Sunday morning.

Federal food subsidy extended to Churchill following rail line loss

WINNIPEG — The federal government is extending its Nutrition North food subsidy program to Churchill until the Manitoba town's only land link to the outside world is restored.