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Aunt of woman in laundry chute death questions police work in other deaths

Aunt of woman in laundry chute death questions police work in other deaths

REGINA — The aunt of a woman who died after falling down a hotel laundry chute says a report critical of the investigation raises questions about how police have looked into other sudden deaths.

Union 'very concerned' after nurse allegedly gave women drug to induce labour

MONCTON, N.B. — The New Brunswick Nurses Union says allegations that a nurse inappropriately administered a labour-inducing drug to pregnant women are concerning, but it is obliged to offer legal assistance in respect to her firing.
Israeli president travels to Niagara, Ottawa, Toronto on state visit

Israeli president travels to Niagara, Ottawa, Toronto on state visit

OTTAWA — The president of Israel is in Ottawa on Monday, meeting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau before laying a wreath at the new National Holocaust Monument.
Exclusive Montreal club 357c, which made headlines during corruption inquiry, to close

Exclusive Montreal club 357c, which made headlines during corruption inquiry, to close

MONTREAL — A private club that catered to Montreal's business elite and attracted scrutiny in 2012 during Quebec's corruption inquiry says it will be closing its doors next month.
'It still knocks you down:' First responders reflect on Humboldt Broncos crash

'It still knocks you down:' First responders reflect on Humboldt Broncos crash

When Brian Starkell drives a particular stretch of highway in Saskatchewan, his stomach drops as he approaches the intersection that changed so many lives.
In the news today, April 1

In the news today, April 1

Six stories in the news for Monday, April 1 ——— FEDERAL CARBON TAX STARTS TODAY IN FOUR PROVINCES Starting today people in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and New Brunswick will pay a little more for gasoline, heating fuel and some other items.
'Down on my knees:' Grief and sadness an obstacle for many after Broncos crash

'Down on my knees:' Grief and sadness an obstacle for many after Broncos crash

Kevin Matechuk of Colonsay, Sask., wasn't prepared for the emotions that hit him when he visited the site of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
Alberta NDP promises balanced budget later than UCP, but says UCP math is wrong

Alberta NDP promises balanced budget later than UCP, but says UCP math is wrong

EDMONTON — Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley promised to balance the province's budget by 2023-24 as she unveiled her party's election platform Sunday, while also pledging to expand $25 per day child care, build long-term care beds for seniors and con
New carbon tax starts coming in for 4 provinces that fought the federal plan

New carbon tax starts coming in for 4 provinces that fought the federal plan

People in Manitoba, Ontario, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick will be paying more for gasoline and heating fuel Monday when the federal government's carbon tax begins in provinces that refused to impose their own emissions pricing.
Quebec Premier Francois Legault defends secularism bill as "moderate"

Quebec Premier Francois Legault defends secularism bill as "moderate"

MONTREAL — The Quebec government is taking a moderate approach to secularism that does not violate freedom of religion, Premier Francois Legault said Sunday as he defended his government's controversial bill to ban the wearing of religious symbols fo