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Search for truth goes on, regardless of killer Pickton's fate, say victims' advocates

Search for truth goes on, regardless of killer Pickton's fate, say victims' advocates

VANCOUVER — Advocates for alleged victims of British Columbia serial killer Robert Pickton say they remain focused on getting justice for the women, as Pickton lies in a Quebec hospital in a coma after being attacked in prison.
Evacuation orders in and around Fort Nelson, B.C., lift Monday morning: mayor

Evacuation orders in and around Fort Nelson, B.C., lift Monday morning: mayor

FORT NELSON, B.C. — Residents of Fort Nelson, B.C. and the Fort Nelson First Nation will be able to return home as of 8 a.m. on Monday morning, weeks after wildfires forced thousands to evacuate.
Canada mulls Chinese EV tariff following U.S. move but is not committing to it

Canada mulls Chinese EV tariff following U.S. move but is not committing to it

OTTAWA — Canada is looking at the massive new U.S. import tariffs on Chinese-made electric vehicles imposed by President Joe Biden earlier this month, but is not making any commitment to following suit north of the border.
Police say two people killed in plane crash near Squamish, B.C.

Police say two people killed in plane crash near Squamish, B.C.

SQUAMISH, B.C. — Mounties say two people have died following a plane crash near Squamish, B.C.
About one Quebec child per day taken to ER for drowning, near-drowning: research

About one Quebec child per day taken to ER for drowning, near-drowning: research

MONTREAL — An average of one child a day goes to the emergency room for a drowning or near-drowning in Quebec during the summer months, new research has found.
Trudeau will mark 80th anniversary of D-day at Juno Beach ceremony in France

Trudeau will mark 80th anniversary of D-day at Juno Beach ceremony in France

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will travel to France next month for the 80th anniversary of D-Day.
UN experts warn Canada lacks proper oversight, safeguards for people behind bars

UN experts warn Canada lacks proper oversight, safeguards for people behind bars

OTTAWA — A panel of United Nations experts say Canada is failing to ensure equitable justice, citing trial delays and problems with initiatives meant to lower the rate of Indigenous people behind bars.
Experts seeing 'more and more' hate content created by artificial intelligence

Experts seeing 'more and more' hate content created by artificial intelligence

OTTAWA — The clip is of a real historical event — a speech given by Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler in 1939 at the beginning of the Second World War. But there is one major difference.
As Canada warms, infectious disease risks spread north

As Canada warms, infectious disease risks spread north

It was 15 years ago that Ontario student Justin Wood started feeling sick. A keen soccer player, snowboarder and mountain biker, Wood said he didn't know the cause but he had to "back off from playing sports and back off from academics.
Who is Buffalo Woman? Serial killer trial hears of police efforts to identify victim

Who is Buffalo Woman? Serial killer trial hears of police efforts to identify victim

WINNIPEG — In mid-March 2022, a young Indigenous woman stood outside Winnipeg's Salvation Army and spoke with a man who invited her back to his home.