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Dogs poisoned on northside : Police

Dogs poisoned on northside : Police

Lethbridge Regional Police Service is investigating a case of animal cruelty, after two small dogs died of strychnine poisoning. Earlier today, police responded to a report from a local vet clinic that two miniature schnauzers had died as a result of ingesting strychnine. Read More »

RCMP : Arrest made in historical Manitoba homicide

RCMP : Arrest made in historical Manitoba homicide

A man serving a life sentence for slaying and dismembering his wife in B.C. has now been charged with killing a Winnipeg woman who went missing in October 2006. Traigo Ehkid Andretti, 38, was arrested by Winnipeg police on May 30 in British Columbia and has been moved to Manitoba where he faces a second-degree murder charge in the death ... Read More »

Quebec : Two dead in train, car collision

Quebec : Two dead in train, car collision

A one-year-old boy and a man in his 40s were killed after their car collided with a Quebec City-bound Via Rail passenger train east of Montreal this morning, Quebec provincial police say. A spokesperson from Via Rail said Train #20 was heading from Montreal to Quebec, and said when high-speed trains are involved the chances of survival are slim to ... Read More »

Lindsey Stocker : Girl Protests Shaming For Wearing Shorts

Lindsey Stocker blasts ‘short-minded school’ for dress-code suspension

A 17-YEAR-OLD girl who was suspended from her school for refusing to change out of short shorts has started a social media campaign calling on people not to shame girls for their bodies. Lindsey Stocker, who attends Year 11 at Beaconsfield High School in Quebec, was singled out in class last month because her shorts did not adhere to the ... Read More »

Stephen Harper : PM nominates next Privacy Commissioner

Stephen Harper : PM nominates next Privacy Commissioner

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper nominated Daniel Therrien as the next Privacy Commissioner of Canada. If approved, Therrien would take over from the interim Privacy Commissioner Chantal Bernier, who has been serving in this role after the previous Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart’s term ended in December 2013. Read More »