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People on plane reported missing in N.W.T. dead, RCMP working with coroner

YELLOWKNIFE — RCMP say everyone on a plane reported missing in a remote area of the Northwest Territories are dead.

Two more gymnastics coaches suspended after complaints

OTTAWA — The wife and daughter of a suspended gymnastics coach also face suspension after an internal investigation by the sport's governing body in Canada.
Murder trial hears of Richard Oland's wealth - and son's mounting debts

Murder trial hears of Richard Oland's wealth - and son's mounting debts

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — While Dennis Oland was dealing with mounting debt in 2011, his father Richard was living the life of a multi-millionaire, travelling the world in pursuit of new sailboats and the pastimes he enjoyed.
CBC president Tait warns of cultural imperialism danger from Netflix

CBC president Tait warns of cultural imperialism danger from Netflix

OTTAWA — There are parallels to be drawn between the growing influence and availability of Netflix programming around the world and the colonialism of the British and French empires, CBC president Catherine Tait said Thursday.

'Entered the fray:' New sex assault trial ordered due to judge's interjections

EDMONTON — A new trial has been ordered for a man found guilty of sexual assault because the judge repeatedly interjected while the complainant was being cross-examined by the defence.
NDP byelection victory means B.C. Liberal renewal: Leader Andrew Wilkinson

NDP byelection victory means B.C. Liberal renewal: Leader Andrew Wilkinson

NANAIMO, B.C. — Opposition Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson says their candidate's defeat in the Nanaimo byelection has the party shifting into a period of renewal.
History museum plucks Georges St-Pierre title belt for its public collection

History museum plucks Georges St-Pierre title belt for its public collection

OTTAWA — A national museum has gone to the mat for fighter Georges St-Pierre to pluck one of his title belts from auction and put it on public display.
Recommendations to prevent runway incursions at Toronto's Pearson airport

Recommendations to prevent runway incursions at Toronto's Pearson airport

TORONTO — The Transportation Safety Board of Canada has made recommendations to avoid runway incursions at Toronto's Pearson International Airport: — Air traffic controllers need to issue more emphatic and clearer safety instructions to flight crews
China must treat detained Canadians fairly: NATO chief

China must treat detained Canadians fairly: NATO chief

BUCHAREST, Romania — NATO's chief is calling on China to treat two Canadians detained in the country "fairly and with due process.
In the news today, Jan. 31

In the news today, Jan. 31

Five stories in the news for Thursday, Jan. 31 ——— MINORITY NDP GOVERNMENT WINS KEY B.C.