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U.S. argues for immunity in MK-ULTRA mind-control case before Quebec Court of Appeal

U.S. argues for immunity in MK-ULTRA mind-control case before Quebec Court of Appeal

MONTREAL — A proposed class-action lawsuit over infamous brainwashing experiments at a Montreal psychiatric hospital was before Quebec's highest court Thursday, as victims attempted to remove immunity granted to the United States government. The U.S.
Quebec pedophile hunters face child pornography distribution charges

Quebec pedophile hunters face child pornography distribution charges

GATINEAU, Que. — Members of a self-proclaimed group of Quebec pedophile hunters have been arrested and face 38 charges including distribution of child pornography.
Inquiry calls for changes to clarify relationship between RCMP, federal government

Inquiry calls for changes to clarify relationship between RCMP, federal government

OTTAWA — A public inquiry is calling for a clearer definition of the relationship between the federal minister of public safety and the commissioner of the RCMP in light of allegations of political interference in the investigation into the April 202
MPs debate bill that would outlaw advertising sugar to Canadian kids

MPs debate bill that would outlaw advertising sugar to Canadian kids

The bill seeks to forbid ads for sugary food and drinks aimed at kids under 13.
Concerns raised over recommendation to phaseout RCMP police training Depot in Regina

Concerns raised over recommendation to phaseout RCMP police training Depot in Regina

REGINA — Saskatchewan politicians are raising concerns after a report recommended RCMP’s Depot police training academy in Regina be phased out for a new degree-style system.
Liberal minister's sister-in-law appointed as interim ethics commissioner

Liberal minister's sister-in-law appointed as interim ethics commissioner

OTTAWA — The sister-in-law of a Liberal cabinet minister has been named interim ethics commissioner as her office launches a search for a permanent new conflict-of-interest watchdog.
Former priest acquitted of assault after allegations from residential school survivor

Former priest acquitted of assault after allegations from residential school survivor

WINNIPEG — A judge acquitted a now-retired priest who was accused of forcing himself on a residential school student more than 50 years ago, saying she believes an assault happened but could not determine beyond a reasonable doubt who did it.
Florida aquarium agrees to return Lolita the orca to Pacific after 53 years in tank

Florida aquarium agrees to return Lolita the orca to Pacific after 53 years in tank

MIAMI — An orca known as Lolita could be heading back to her home waters in the Pacific Northwest, ending more than 50 years of tank captivity, after a deal was struck between the Miami Seaquarium and advocates pushing for her release.
Nova Scotia mass shooting inquiry identifies many RCMP failings, recommends overhaul

Nova Scotia mass shooting inquiry identifies many RCMP failings, recommends overhaul

TRURO, N.S. — A public inquiry has found widespread failures in how the Mounties responded to Canada's worst mass shooting and recommends that Ottawa rethink the RCMP's central role in Canadian policing.
Key recommendations of Nova Scotia mass shooting inquiry

Key recommendations of Nova Scotia mass shooting inquiry

TRURO, N.S.
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