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Three men arrested in brazen daylight triple killing last August in Montreal

Three men arrested in brazen daylight triple killing last August in Montreal

Montreal police arrested three people on Wednesday in connection with a triple killing last August in the city's east end. Police issued a statement stating they arrested three men — aged 23, 25 and 26 — as part of their investigation into an Aug.
Inquiry into Nova Scotia mass killing delays hearings until late January

Inquiry into Nova Scotia mass killing delays hearings until late January

HALIFAX — The commission of inquiry investigating the mass killing in Nova Scotia that claimed 22 lives last year is delaying hearings scheduled for this month until late January.
'It's been too long': Canadian travelers welcome news of U.S. land border reopening

'It's been too long': Canadian travelers welcome news of U.S. land border reopening

Canadians with family in the United States expressed relief Wednesday at the prospect of soon being able to drive across the border to visit their loved ones.
Safety board releasing results of investigation into wildfire in Lytton, B.C.

Safety board releasing results of investigation into wildfire in Lytton, B.C.

RICHMOND, B.C. — The Transportation Safety Board will release the results of its investigation into the possibility that a freight train might have started a wildfire that destroyed the community of Lytton, B.C.
'They are trying to kill us': Alberta city at odds with homeless outreach group

'They are trying to kill us': Alberta city at odds with homeless outreach group

WETASKIWIN, Alta. — An outreach worker and a nurse lean over an orange mesh fence to speak to a woman on the other side as tents flap in the cold wind at a homeless camp in central Alberta. Someone is in trouble.
'I don't belong here': Homeless Albertans describe life in Wetaskiwin encampment

'I don't belong here': Homeless Albertans describe life in Wetaskiwin encampment

WETASKIWIN, Alta. — Alvin Johnson holds on to a tarp flying in the wind as his partner tries to secure the corners of their tent with shards of wood.
U.S. border reopening, Canadians unhappy with Facebook : In The News for Oct. 13

U.S. border reopening, Canadians unhappy with Facebook : In The News for Oct. 13

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Oct. 13 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Most Canadians believe Facebook harms their mental health: survey

Most Canadians believe Facebook harms their mental health: survey

OTTAWA — A broad swath of Canadians has a sour view of Facebook, with half of respondents to a new poll saying it should be regulated or broken up as a "corporate image" crisis rocks the social media giant yet again.

No winning ticket for Tuesday's $40 million Lotto Max jackpot

TORONTO — No winning ticket was sold for the $40 million jackpot in Tuesday's Lotto Max draw. That means the jackpot for the next draw on Oct. 15 will grow to an estimated $50 million, with two Maxmillion prizes of $1 million each. The Canadian Press
After 19 months, U.S. land border to reopen to vaccinated Canadians in November

After 19 months, U.S. land border to reopen to vaccinated Canadians in November

WASHINGTON — Fully vaccinated Canadian vacationers and day-trippers will be allowed to drive into the United States beginning in early November, the Biden administration said Tuesday, the first glimmer of hope in nearly 20 months for the families and