Month: July 2019

RCMP Search For B.C. Murder Suspects In Northern Manitoba Proves Unsuccessful

YORK LANDING, Man. — A massive police manhunt for two British Columbia homicide suspects has ended without success in a

Hunter Tootoo, Ex-Liberal Cabinet Minister Turned Independent MP, Won't Run In Fall Election

OTTAWA — Hunter Tootoo, the Nunavut MP who began his time on Parliament Hill with a seat at the Liberal

Teens Fighting To Take Feds To Court Over Trans Mountain Pipeline

A group of Canadian teenagers is fighting for the chance to take the federal government to court over the approval

Gillam, Manitoba, Manhunt Has RCMP Using Drones, Dogs To Find Murder Suspects

TORONTO — Police were using drones and dogs to scour harsh terrain in northern Manitoba on Thursday in the search

Canada Border Services Is Hiring Stunt Actors To Play Smugglers

OTTAWA — The Canada Border Services Agency is looking once again for a handful of stunt actors to be thrown

Suspect In 1987 B.C. Cold Case Gets Life In Prison Thanks To DNA Evidence

EVERETT, Wash. — A man convicted of killing a young Canadian couple more than three decades ago after a trial

UBC Lecturer Leonard Dyck Remembered As Loving Father, Curious Researcher

Family, friends and colleagues are remembering UBC botany lecturer Leonard “Len” Dyck as an enthusiastic scholar and a loving father. 

Quebec Bans Weed Edibles And Products ‘Attractive To Minors’

MONTREAL — Quebecers hoping to buy cannabis chocolates, jujubes and other sweets after they become legal in Canada will be

Are You A Bad Mom? Probably Not, So What's With The Mom Guilt?

I was out for dinner with some friends a few months ago when I realized for the millionth time, that

Donald Trump Could Be Charged When He Leaves Office, Robert Mueller Says

Former special counsel Robert Mueller acknowledged Wednesday that President Donald Trump could feasibly be charged with obstruction of justice after he left