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Federal government set to develop code of conduct for sport in Canada

Federal government set to develop code of conduct for sport in Canada

OTTAWA — The federal government is developing a comprehensive code of conduct aimed at protecting athletes from abuse and harassment at all levels — from the playground to the Olympic Games.
Oland trial witness adds ambiguity on timing of multimillionaire's killing

Oland trial witness adds ambiguity on timing of multimillionaire's killing

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — A man who probably heard Richard Oland being bludgeoned to death in his office has told a Saint John court he cannot pinpoint the time the strange thumping noises were made.

Quebec man charged after bus carrying passengers makes unplanned trip

A man is facing charges including vehicle theft and impaired driving after an intercity bus loaded with passengers made an unscheduled departure from Trois-Rivieres, Que., Wednesday night.

McArthur linked to 3 missing men years before he was charged with murder: docs

Newly released court documents show Toronto police linked serial killer Bruce McArthur to three missing men with ties to the city's gay village years before he was charged with killing them and five others.
Outpouring of support after children's deaths: 'Everyone is pulling together'

Outpouring of support after children's deaths: 'Everyone is pulling together'

HALIFAX — There is a growing outpouring of support as Canadians look for ways to express their grief and help after the Halifax house fire that killed seven children and left their father in critical condition.
More voters believe Canada doing worse under Trudeau government: poll for CP

More voters believe Canada doing worse under Trudeau government: poll for CP

OTTAWA — A new online poll conducted by Leger for The Canadian Press suggests the Trudeau Liberals haven't convinced Canadians the country is doing better under their stewardship.
NDP loses two more incumbents as Quebec MPs say they won't run for re-election

NDP loses two more incumbents as Quebec MPs say they won't run for re-election

OTTAWA — Two Quebec MPs added their names to a growing list of NDP caucus members who will not be seeking re-election later this year.
Sell regulated heroin to drug users to reduce overdose deaths: B.C. group

Sell regulated heroin to drug users to reduce overdose deaths: B.C. group

VANCOUVER — The BC Centre on Substance Use is proposing a policy to sell legally regulated heroin as part of an urgent response to reduce opioid overdose deaths from a toxic drug supply that is profiting organized crime groups.
MP urges RCMP to investigate allegations of forced, coerced sterilizations

MP urges RCMP to investigate allegations of forced, coerced sterilizations

OTTAWA — The RCMP should immediately launch an investigation into all allegations of forced and coerced sterilizations in Canada, says NDP health critic Don Davies.
Tony Clement returns to Parliament from 'dark valley' following sexting scandal

Tony Clement returns to Parliament from 'dark valley' following sexting scandal

OTTAWA — MP Tony Clement is breaking his social media silence for the first time since a sexting scandal forced him to out of the Conservative Party.