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Prairie police chiefs call on Ottawa for help as meth-fuelled crime skyrockets
OTTAWA — Police chiefs say methamphetamine is fuelling a crime wave in some of Western Canada's biggest cities as use of the highly addictive drug skyrockets across the Prairies. Calgary's interim police Chief Steve Barlow told a House of Commons ...
Trump to envoy Canada says Huawei arrest not political, but China rise is worrying
OTTAWA — China's economic and political rise may be bad news for North American workers but the U.S. pursuit of a Huawei executive is a separate legal matter, says Donald Trump's envoy to Canada. Ambassador Kelly Craft said ...
N.B. professor documents full rise and decline of astronomical event
SACKVILLE, N.B. — A New Brunswick physics professor says an astronomical discovery could give rare insight into the workings of the universe and advance the study of stellar evolution. Catherine Lovekin, an astronomer at Mount Allison ...
Absentee Liberal MP defends himself in House of Commons speech
OTTAWA — A Liberal MP who's stayed out of the House of Commons for months says he's been busy with other important work. "Time spent in the House is a part of a member's work but despite that I decided to do something concrete for a cause ...
Canadian lacrosse team's promotion fails to score big win with all fans
SASKATOON — A promotion by the Saskatchewan Rush of the National Lacrosse League to get fans involved in a singalong of what has become a controversial Christmas favourite is being called silly and tasteless in some postings to social ...
Police seek woman missing in Mexico after male travel companion dies by suicide
MONTREAL — Provincial police are asking anyone with information about a missing 41-year-old Quebec woman to come forward after she failed to return as planned last week from a beach holiday in Mexico. Christine St-Onge hasn't been ...
Ex-diplomat who worked on Trudeau's Hong Kong visit detained in China
OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government has contacted Chinese authorities about the detention of a sometime Canadian diplomat in China at a time of intensifying tensions between the two ...
Whitbourne RCMP arrest impaired driver from Grand Falls-Windsor
On Monday, Dec. 10 at approximately 11:30 a.m., Whitbourne RCMP received an anonymous tip of a man who was staggering as he was walking back to his vehicle and was thought to be impaired. Police attended and conducted a traffic stop on the ...
Climate change, receding glaciers increase landslide risk on B.C.'s Mount Meager
VANCOUVER — Climate change is causing glaciers atop Mount Meager in British Columbia to shrink, increasing the chances of landslides and even a new eruption, says an expert studying the volcano. Glyn Williams-Jones, a volcanologist ...
Car thefts on rise in Canada as thieves target trucks, SUVs: insurance board
TORONTO — A new report says thieves are setting their sights on older-model Ford trucks and high-end SUVs as the number of automotive thefts rose again last year. The Insurance Bureau of Canada said Tuesday in its annual list ...