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Feds back away from timeline for law to make First Nations policing essential service

Feds back away from timeline for law to make First Nations policing essential service

OTTAWA — The federal government is backing awayfrom setting a timelineto introduce legislation that would declare First Nations policing an essential service, but at least one regional chief hopes to see it this spring.
Victim of alleged terrorist knife attack on Surrey, B.C., bus is out of hospital

Victim of alleged terrorist knife attack on Surrey, B.C., bus is out of hospital

SURREY, B.C. — The victim of what RCMP allege was terrorism on a Surrey, B.C., bus on Saturday has returned home from hospital after his throat was slashed in an attack a family member says could have easily killed him.
Trump makes history, pleading not guilty to 34 counts of falsifying business records

Trump makes history, pleading not guilty to 34 counts of falsifying business records

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump relaunched his 2024 campaign Tuesday, just hours after becoming the first former U.S.
B.C. nurses contract aims to recruit, retain and increase nurse-to-patient ratio

B.C. nurses contract aims to recruit, retain and increase nurse-to-patient ratio

VICTORIA — British Columbia will become the first Canadian province to adopt a nurse-to-patient ratio as part of its plan to improve workload standards in public health.
'More needs to be done:' Police say Indigenous woman's body found in landfill

'More needs to be done:' Police say Indigenous woman's body found in landfill

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg police homicide unit is investigating the death of a First Nations woman as suspicious after her body was found in a city landfill.
Government had 'insufficient evidence' to invoke Emergencies Act, group tells court

Government had 'insufficient evidence' to invoke Emergencies Act, group tells court

OTTAWA — The federal government lacked the evidence to determine protests and barricades across Canada last year were threats to national security, an organization that defends constitutional rights told a federal judge Tuesday.
Missing Akwesasne man connected to migrants found dead in St. Lawrence River: police

Missing Akwesasne man connected to migrants found dead in St. Lawrence River: police

MONTREAL — Authorities investigating the disappearance of an Akwesasne, Que., man whose boat was found near the bodies of eight migrants pulled from the St. Lawrence River last week confirmed Tuesday he is connected to the case.
'At a crossroad': Canada's police chiefs request urgent meeting with premiers

'At a crossroad': Canada's police chiefs request urgent meeting with premiers

WINNIPEG — The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police has requested an urgent meeting with Canada's premiers to discuss bail reform and the recent killings of officers.
Most Canadians got more from carbon-price rebates than they spent in 2021: report

Most Canadians got more from carbon-price rebates than they spent in 2021: report

OTTAWA — Most of the Canadians who paid the national carbon price in 2021 got far more back than they paid, a newly released annual report on pollution pricing says.
Former Quebec doctor faces manslaughter charge after patient dies following surgery

Former Quebec doctor faces manslaughter charge after patient dies following surgery

MONTREAL — A former doctor has been charged with manslaughter after an 84-year-old man died following a 2019 surgery, police in Laval, Que., said Tuesday.
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