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WINNIPEG — Lawyers and judges say a new court set to open in Manitoba specifically for people with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder could be a game changer.
TORONTO — A 29-year-old Ontario man has pleaded guilty to leaving Canada to try to join Islamic State militants in Syria.
SURREY, B.C. — RCMP are naming the suspect in a shooting on a train platform that left one transit officer with serious injuries in Surrey, B.C.
TORONTO — The case of a man accused of killing 10 people while driving a van down a sidewalk in Toronto has been out over for a month.
ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — Newfoundland and Labrador is establishing its own independent police watchdog.
VANCOUVER — Eighteen years as a firefighter had exposed Greg Gauthier to endless trauma but a call involving a tour bus hitting a family triggered his descent into mental illness as intrusive thoughts and sleepless nights became his daily existence.
SURREY, B.C. — The RCMP asked residents of a neighbourhood in Surrey, B.C., to lock their doors and turn on their outdoor lights Wednesday night as they searched for a suspect in the shooting of a transit officer.
WINNIPEG — Officials with Crime Stoppers in Winnipeg say methamphetamine has become such a crisis that the group is temporarily doubling its cash rewards for information solving crimes related to the street drug.
A woman or girl was killed every 2.5 days on average in Canada last year, according to an inaugural report on femicide that argues the issue must be better understood in order to reduce the number of slayings.
MONTREAL — Fifty years after what became known as the Sir George Williams riot, one of the students whose allegations of racism triggered the explosive events says it’s a shame they were never able to receive a fair hearing.
Kitchener, Ontario – Jaime Hauseman has joined MSAB as Customer Success Manager, supporting all MSAB customer organizations in Canada.
WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg police officer has testified about his terrifying plunge through ice on the Red River during a search for evidence on the night a city bus driver was fatally stabbed.
TORONTO — A serial killer sexually assaulted many of his victims, all men from Toronto’s gay village, before murdering them and hiding their remains around a property where he worked as landscaper.
HALIFAX — New restrictions on the possession of body armour will take effect in Nova Scotia on Feb. 20.
HALIFAX — William Chandler Shrubsall was a hockey star. He was a pre-med student. He was a devoted son grieving the tragic loss of parents.

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