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Pipeline protesters practise resisting police at Camp Cloud outside tank farm

Pipeline protesters practise resisting police at Camp Cloud outside tank farm

VANCOUVER — Pipeline protesters who were ordered to take down their camp outside a Kinder Morgan terminal in Burnaby, B.C., are instead preparing to tie themselves to its structures in anticipation of police intervention.
Proof of climate perils seen in cost for flood,  fire cleanups: safety minister

Proof of climate perils seen in cost for flood, fire cleanups: safety minister

SASKATOON — Canada's minister for public safety and emergency preparedness has told delegates at an international irrigation and drainage conference that flood and fire losses are costing Canadian taxpayers $1 billion a year.
Supply management, abortion among policies Tories to debate at convention

Supply management, abortion among policies Tories to debate at convention

OTTAWA — Getting rid of supply management and regulating abortion are just two of the more than six dozen policy resolutions that will be on the agenda at the federal Conservative party's biennial convention in Halifax later this month.

Preliminary hearing begins in Quebec in double murder case

SAINT-JEROME, Que. — A preliminary hearing began Monday for a Quebec man accused of two murders following an Amber Alert last year.
Young West Coast orca in a tough slog to keep up with her pod: experts

Young West Coast orca in a tough slog to keep up with her pod: experts

VANCOUVER — A wildlife biologist says an ailing female killer whale off the West Coast of Washington state is "slogging along" with her pod, but is at times unable to keep up.

Ontario elementary teachers should teach modernized sex-ed curriculum: union

TORONTO — A union representing Ontario's elementary school teachers is calling on its members to continue to teach a modernized sex-ed curriculum despite the provincial government's decision to revert back to a 20-year-old lesson plan.
Ontario wants feds to foot $200M bill for asylum seekers in the province

Ontario wants feds to foot $200M bill for asylum seekers in the province

OTTAWA — Ontario is renewing its demand that the federal government foot the entire bill for services provided to thousands of irregular border crossers who are seeking asylum in the province.
GoFundMe 'reviewing' Fredericton shooting fundraisers after police tweet

GoFundMe 'reviewing' Fredericton shooting fundraisers after police tweet

Online fundraising site GoFundMe says it is reviewing campaigns for victims of last week's deadly shooting in Fredericton after the city's police department said the families of two officers killed had not sanctioned them.

'Completely outrageous:' Alberta doctor investigated for alleged comments

CARDSTON, Alta. — A southern Alberta doctor is on administrative leave from a position at Alberta Health Services after allegedly telling some homeless Indigenous people to "get jobs" in late May. Dr.
'There will be no forgiveness:' Mother of murder victim tells hearing

'There will be no forgiveness:' Mother of murder victim tells hearing

HALIFAX — A Halifax man who killed an off-duty police officer said Monday he hoped her family could give him forgiveness someday, but the victim's mother made it clear he would not get it.