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Calgary police officer in stable condition after severe injury during mall attack

 A Calgary police officer is listed in stable condition after he was severely injured during a struggle with a suspect.The incident occurred yesterday afternoon at

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Butcher Uses Work Knifes To Dismember Drug Dealer

Mississippi is set on Wednesday to execute a grocery store butcher found guilty of dismembering his drug dealer with knives taken from work and then

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Samuel Girard becomes Canada's 1st Olympic champion in 1,000m short track

Canadian short-track speed skaters won a pair of medals at the Pyeongchang Games on Saturday, with Samuel Girard winning gold in the 1,000-metre and Kim

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Canada's Rachel Homan makes statement with 1st win of Olympics

Rachel Homan and her Canadian squad were in desperate need of a win after opening round-robin play with three straight losses at the Gangneung Curling

Pyeongchang is full of surprises: Snowboarder becomes Olympic alpine skiing champ

Not many snowboarders can slap on a pair of borrowed skis and go on to win a super-G Olympic gold medal, but that's exactly what

Closed-door meeting helps Rachel Homan's team get 1st Olympic win

After their shocking 0-3 start to the Olympics, Canadian skip Rachel Homan and her teammates went behind closed doors for a heart-to-heart, then looked like

Canadian Trail: How Canada did today at the Olympics

Canada could not be held off the Olympic podium for a second consecutive day, thanks to the Olympic emergence of Sam Girard and another medal

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U.S. Navy Recover 19,000lbs of Marijuana Dumped In Ocean

Now that's what you call sea weed. The U.S. navy said Tuesday it recovered nearly 19,000 lbs. of marijuana that three boats had dumped off the

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Research lacking on medical marijuana, new prescription guideline suggests

A new medical marijuana guideline developed by Edmonton researchers warns physicians that the risks may outweigh the benefits for the vast majority of patients.

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Ottawa to present plan to amend policy that rejects immigrants on medical grounds by April, Hussen says

Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen said today he will present a plan by April to amend an outdated policy that excludes immigrants based on their medical conditions — but

'I felt bullied and harassed': A Montrealer's fight to get insurer to recognize his depression

Samuel Archibald says he's getting his "fighting spirit" back, feeling better than he has in months. The Montreal novelist and literature professor has been

How a unique approach to health care is helping patients with chronic conditions

The idea of learning how to manage her recent diabetes diagnosis with a group of strangers terrified Lori Bent. She was diagnosed six months ago

Quebec will allow parents to accompany children on air ambulances

The provincial government says it will allow parents to accompany their children on medical evacuation flights after repeated calls to end the practice of airlifting

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Parliament resumes with government facing tough choices, stagnant economy

Opposition plans to attack Justin Trudeau's government on spending and tax as daunting challenges loom Now for the hard part.After 10 months of a prolonged honeymoon,

Liberal MPs handed out 1,447 cheques worth $7.8 billion

MPs return to the House of Commons on Monday, officially ending their summer of spending, a summer that saw government MPs hand out cheques for

Canadians want electoral reform

Canadians want electoral reform, but preferred options are unclear: survey When it comes to electoral reform, Canadians are relatively certain about two things – they want

Liberal politicians back away from setting tougher carbon targets

The Liberal government isn't going to update the Conservatives' carbon emission targets, despite calling them unambitious, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says.In an interview with Evan

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New Quebec program targeting youth aims to stem runaways, teen sexual exploitation

MONTREAL - The lead actress behind a new gritty Quebec TV series about the harsh reality of running away and being trapped by juvenile prostitution

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Doctors use infamous 'Game of Thrones' murder to explore treatments for poisoning

TORONTO - "Game of Thrones" fans may have shed few tears over the poisoning death of King Joffrey I Baratheon, a nasty character if ever

Spokesman: Scott Baio denies sexual misconduct claims

LOS ANGELES - Scott Baio "is denying each and every one of the allegations" made against him by two of his former co-stars on "Charles

Vassy Kapelos to host CBC's'Power and Politics'

TORONTO - Vassy Kapelos is taking over hosting duties at CBC News Network's flagship daily political show, "Power and Politics."The public broadcaster made the announcement

Rock returns with punchlines, pain

Chris Rock is back, and ready to face the world as a new man.In his first stand-up special in 10 years, Chris Rock: Tamborine (streaming

Boseman, Haddish, Gerwig, Nanjiani among Oscars presenters

LOS ANGELES - "Black Panther" star Chadwick Boseman, "Girls Trip" breakout star Tiffany Haddish, "Lady Bird" author Greta Gerwig and "The Big Sick" co-writer and

Police: 'Survivor' champ bit cop after revival with Narcan

WASHINGTON, Pa. - A winner of the reality TV show "Survivor" bit a police officer after she was found unconscious in the driver's seat of

The bad, the good and the none - a look at Oscar hosts

NEW YORK - The very first Oscars were held on May 16, 1929. They were only 15 minutes long, watched by only 270 people at

APTN, film board pen new deal

A new agreement between the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) and the National Film Board (NFB) signed Thursday aims to strengthen relations between Indigenous Canadians

Soulpepper loses $375K of planned federal funding in wake of sexual harassment scandal

A planned increase in federal funding for Soulpepper Theatre has been voted down by the Canada Council for the Arts' board of directors. On Thursday,

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