December 2, 2022

A Memorial University grad disappeared in Iran. His friends in N.L. fear he's been arrested

Ayub Khezrnejad posted a video of his father's home, which had raided by Iranian security forces on Nov. 19. Shortly after, he was summoned for questioning by the Iranian judiciary and is believed to have been arrested.
December 2, 2022

Police must pay $292K to workers who survived 2012 election night shooting in Montreal, court rules

Montreal police and the Sûreté du Québec are being ordered to pay about $292,000 in damages to four stage technicians who survived the 2012 Métropolis election night shooting.
December 2, 2022

Canada added 10,000 jobs in November, pushing jobless rate down to 5.1%

Canada's economy added 10,000 jobs last month, in line with what economists were expecting, and enough to push the jobless rate down to 5.1 per cent.
December 2, 2022

Canadian-funded group works to remove landmines left in Ukraine after Russian retreat

To detect anti-tank mines, a team uses a device that resembles a large rectangular frame surrounded by a cable connected to a metal detector
December 2, 2022

Local barista ready to take the plunge as Vancouver hosts World AeroPress Championship

Vancouver's Jeremiah Macadam will be representing Canada at the World AeroPress Championship, taking place in Vancouver through Saturday. 
December 2, 2022

2 arrested after 2 people shot in Fredericton-area mini-home park

RCMP say greater Fredericton area residents could return to normal activities after two people were shot in a mini-home park on Friday morning.
December 2, 2022

Morning Update: Winnipeg police announce charges in alleged serial killings of four women

The accused was initially charged in May with first-degree murder of Rebecca Cantois. After a six-month probe, police announced he is being charged with the murders of three other women
December 2, 2022

B.C. hospital increasing surgical capacity for gynecological cancers in response to long waiting times

Insiders blame bureaucracy, poor long-term planning, staffing shortages and a ripple-effect in delays for pushing waiting times for treatment in many cases from weeks to months
December 2, 2022

Window to restore relationship with municipalities 'is closing', say Big City Mayors

When asked, the ministry of municipal affairs and housing did not provide CBC News with a list of the select municipalities it intends to audit for a "factual understanding of their finances, including their reserve funds and development charge administration".
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