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Supreme Court affirms privacy rights for Canadians who share a computer
OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada says sharing a computer with someone does not mean giving up privacy rights over the material stored on the machine. In a ruling today, the high court restored the acquittal of Thomas Reeves of Sudbury, Ont., on ...
RNC release images of suspect in St. John’s and Mount Pearl armed robberies
The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary is seeking the public's assistance in identifying a suspect in two armed robberies in the St. John's region on the night of Nov. 22. This image was taken from closed-circuit TV footage at the Esso on ...
Anastasia Qupee honoured for commitment to human rights
SHESHATSHIU, N.L. Anastasia Qupee of Sheshatshiu has been recognized by the Human Rights Commission for her lifelong contribution to human rights in this province. Qupee was one of two recipients of the Human Rights Champion Award, ...
Biographical sketches of 2 Canadians detained in China
BEIJING — Two Canadian citizens were detained in China recently after Canada seized a Chinese business executive wanted by the U.S. over allegations of deceptive banking practices and breaking sanctions on Iran. Below are profiles of the two men, one ...
Baloney Meter: does the UN migration compact 'attempt to influence' media?
OTTAWA — "It attempts to influence how our free and independent media report on immigration issues." —Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer on the UN Global Compact for Migration, Dec. 4, ...
Study offers 'a bit of a window' into iconic young salmon stocks on East Coast
ST. ANDREWS, N.B. — A 14-year tracking study is giving scientists an unprecedented range of data on young Atlantic salmon in four major East Coast rivers. The iconic species is famous for drawing anglers to the region, but researchers ...
Former St. F.X. student accused of sexual assault to stand trial next fall
ANTIGONISH, N.S. — A former St. Francis Xavier University student accused of sexual assault has been committed to stand trial next fall following a preliminary inquiry. Luke Letourneau will face a Nova Scotia Supreme Court judge and ...
Omar Khadr back in Edmonton court to ask for changes to bail conditions
EDMONTON — Lawyers for former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr are scheduled to appear in Edmonton court today to seek changes to bail conditions he faces while he appeals war crime convictions by a U.S. military commission. Khadr, who is ...
'People talk about deep sadness:' Scientists study climate change grief
His canvases are painted from first-hand observation by a brush wielded in the outdoors and glow with the colours of the Canadian wilderness. But British Columbia artist Dominik Modlinski doesn't take his paints into the woods much anymore. "I felt I ...
Huawei and 5G: Experts clash on the risk to Canada's national security
OTTAWA — Allowing Chinese firm Huawei Technologies to help build Canada's 5G wireless networks could give Beijing backdoor access to revealing data about Canadians, security analysts warn. But at least one intelligence expert ...