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Homes evacuated, damaged on Peguis First Nation (Video)

Homes evacuated, damaged on Peguis First Nation

Flooding on Peguis First Nation has forced the evacuation of 34 people from the community and damaged 50 homes. Water levels appeared to have crested Saturday, but the Manitoba government has sent 100 Tiger Tube dams to assist in flood-fighting efforts. The federal government and the community are managing the situation, and evacuations are being coordinated by the Manitoba Association ... Read More »

Two men charged in homeless man’s death

Two men charged in homeless man's death

BERWICK, N.S. (CP)  — Two men were charged Friday with first-degree murder in the death of a homeless man whose body was found last year in a burned out bus shelter, a tragedy that senior Mounties say shook a small Nova Scotia town and, ultimately, brought it together. Read More »

Military rocked by sex assault claims : Report

Military rocked by sex assault claims

A scathing look at the sexual violence that plagues the Canadian military is the focus of an exclusive investigation by L’actualité, Maclean’s sister publication. Every day, five individuals in the Canadian military community become victims of sexual assault, according to statistics obtained through Canada’s Access to Information Act. Read More »

Air Canada luggage toss caught on camera (Video)

Air Canada luggage toss caught on camera

A passenger on a recent Air Canada flight was stunned after witnessing a baggage handler carelessly tossing luggage from a stairway into a bin several feet below. Dwayne Stewart, a passenger on flight AC137 from Toronto to Vancouver, was shocked when he saw an Air Canada employee throwing several pieces of luggage into a cargo bin about a dozen feet ... Read More »

Man Charged in ‘Heartbleed’ Attack, seize computer

Man Charged in 'Heartbleed' Attack, seize computer

Canadian police have arrested a 19-year-old man and charged him in connection with exploiting the “Heartbleed” bug to steal taxpayer data from a government website, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said. In what appeared to be the first report of an attack using a flaw in software known as OpenSSL, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) said this week that ... Read More »

Toronto Zoo asks public to name baby gorilla

Toronto Zoo asks public to name baby gorilla

The Toronto Zoo has a new baby gorilla and she needs a name — but it has to start with an ‘N’. To celebrate the newest addition to the Western Lowland Gorilla Troop, the zoo is asking the public to help name the bouncing baby girl. Born on Jan. 10 to mom Ngozi and dad Charles, the baby brings the ... Read More »