September 21, 2022

Man dead, 2 others in critical condition after shooting in downtown Montreal

Police are investigating after three men were shot in downtown Montreal on Tuesday, leaving one dead and the other two in hospital.
September 21, 2022

Release of interim report on Thunder Bay police brings mixed reactions

Deputy Grand Chief of Nishnawbe Aski Nation says selecting an Indigenous police chief to lead the Thunder Bay Police Service out of crisis could help restore trust and faith in the embattled force
September 21, 2022

Mother loses appeal in custody case, Ontario court sends her three children to Nigeria

An Ontario appeal court has sent three children to Nigeria and the custody of their father, one of a growing number of disputes in Canada that set concerns about international child abduction against arguments about discrimination in foreign jurisdictions
September 20, 2022

Police investigate Saskatoon daycare after boy’s hair was cut without consent

Saskatoon daycare under investigation after 19-month-old Metis boy’s hair cut without permission
September 20, 2022

B.C. actor handed 14 years parole ineligibility in life sentence for mother's murder

Ryan Grantham, 24, pleaded guilty to the second-degree murder of his mother in their Squamish townhome in March 2020.
September 20, 2022

Dental-care legislation among the first bills on the docket as Parliament resumes

Ottawa expects 500,000 children will qualify for government-funded dental care
September 20, 2022

James Smith Cree Nation chief to meet with federal ministers to discuss stabbings

James Smith Cree Nation chief to discuss intergenerational trauma with federal cabinet ministers
September 20, 2022

Ottawa leaning toward ending pandemic border measures, sources say

The federal government is leaning toward dropping the vaccine requirement for people entering Canada — ending random COVID-19 testing at airports — and making the use of the ArriveCan app optional by the end of this month, a senior government source told CBC News.
September 20, 2022

B.C. youth representative calls for data on mental health of children in care

B.C. representative for children and youth says province needs to gather data on rate of mental health disorders for children in care
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