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Trial of inmate accused of killing Chris Van Camp at Saskatchewan Penitentiary starts today

The trial of Tyler Vandewater, accused with killing a fellow Saskatchewan Penitentiary inmate, started today in Prince Albert Court of Queen’s Bench.

"A storm is coming": Experts sound alarm on pandemic dangers as rural doctors threaten to jump ship

Local experts are warning the provincial government's push for fiscal restraint could weaken the health care system's ability to respond to a pandemic crisis, as Alberta reports its first confirmed cases of COVID-19.

A craft brewery of marijuana: inside a cannabis info session

Probably one of the coziest public information meetings ever to occur around a potential marijuana production facility took place on Quadra Island in British Columbia Wednesday evening. Shane Hedefine of Quadraponics Cannabis Inc.
Highlights from the New Brunswick budget include a reduction in gas taxes

Highlights from the New Brunswick budget include a reduction in gas taxes

FREDERICTON — Highlights from the New Brunswick budget presented Tuesday: — The province's $10.2 billion budget for 2020-21 includes a projected surplus of $92.4 million. ——— — New Brunswick's net debt will be reduced by $129.3 million, reaching $13.

Just call me Sis: A former gang member describes how she left the lifestyle

By Lisa Joy, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter *Sis was 10 when, following her older brother, she joined a gang. That’s also when she started using cocaine and began a life of criminal activity. Sis felt invincible.
Trudeau names Bob Rae special envoy for humanitarian, refugee issues

Trudeau names Bob Rae special envoy for humanitarian, refugee issues

OTTAWA — Former Liberal leader Bob Rae is being named Canada's special envoy for humanitarian and refugee issues.
Plane carrying Canadians from Grand Princess cruise ship arrives in Canada

Plane carrying Canadians from Grand Princess cruise ship arrives in Canada

OTTAWA — A plane carrying Canadians who were on a cruise ship with a cluster of novel coronavirus cases arrived back in Canada this morning.
Plans to deal with COVID-19 and marijuana-scented cash; In The News for March 10

Plans to deal with COVID-19 and marijuana-scented cash; In The News for March 10

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 March 10 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Rift between Metis leaders widens ahead of meetings with premiers, PM

Rift between Metis leaders widens ahead of meetings with premiers, PM

OTTAWA — The vice-president of the Metis National Council is stepping up his rhetoric against three provincial Metis leaders, accusing them of striking a "backroom deal" that allows new members into the nation he believes are not Metis.
Quebec Finance Minister Eric Girard to table his second budget today

Quebec Finance Minister Eric Girard to table his second budget today

Quebec Finance Minister Eric Girard's budget today is expected to include measures to alleviate the damage to the province's economy from the novel coronavirus.
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