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Calgary's Turk the turkey presumed dead in apparent coyote attack

Calgary's Turk the turkey presumed dead in apparent coyote attack

CALGARY — A Calgary turkey named Turk appears to have died.
Bail hearing for Calgary man facing terrorism charges to continue next week

Bail hearing for Calgary man facing terrorism charges to continue next week

CALGARY — A man facing terrorism charges will have to wait until next week to find out if he will be released on bail.
4 Montreal officers charged after years-long probe into internal affairs unit

4 Montreal officers charged after years-long probe into internal affairs unit

MONTREAL — Four Montreal police officers have been charged following a years-long criminal probe into allegations that members of the force's internal affairs unit embellished or fabricated evidence against lower-ranking colleagues.
Ban on conditional sentences for some offences unconstitutional, court rules

Ban on conditional sentences for some offences unconstitutional, court rules

TORONTO — A law that bars a judge from imposing a conditional sentence for certain offences was struck down as unconstitutional on Friday in a decision likely to find its way to the country's top court.
Cost of keeping some civil servants home for COVID-19 could exceed $600 million

Cost of keeping some civil servants home for COVID-19 could exceed $600 million

OTTAWA — The federal government has lost at least $439 million so far this year in productivity through a policy that allows civil servants to stay home, with pay, during emergencies such as the COVID-19 pandemic, the country's budget watchdog said i
RCMP watchdog calls for report deadlines to ensure timely Mountie responses

RCMP watchdog calls for report deadlines to ensure timely Mountie responses

OTTAWA — The RCMP watchdog is calling for statutory deadlines to ensure the Mounties respond to complaint findings in a timely way amid mounting concerns over excessive use of force by police.
Scheer, Blanchet call on Trudeau to resign over handling of WE Charity deal

Scheer, Blanchet call on Trudeau to resign over handling of WE Charity deal

OTTAWA — Both Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Finance Minister Bill Morneau are facing calls to resign — from two federal party leaders — over their involvement in the controversy swirling around the WE organization.
Montreal mother charged with murder following six-year-old's stabbing death

Montreal mother charged with murder following six-year-old's stabbing death

MONTREAL — The mother of a six-year-old girl who died after she was stabbed in an east-end Montreal residence was charged Friday with second-degree murder.
N.S. premier defends mass shooting probe against criticism it lacks key powers

N.S. premier defends mass shooting probe against criticism it lacks key powers

HALIFAX — Premier Stephen McNeil says if panellists leading a review into Nova Scotia's recent mass shooting need more powers, he expects they will request them from his government.
Iran shootdown of plane carrying Canadians 'illegal,' says Ukraine minister

Iran shootdown of plane carrying Canadians 'illegal,' says Ukraine minister

OTTAWA — A Ukraine minister says a preliminary analysis of flight recorders has revealed that Iran illegally shot down a passenger jet from his country over Tehran.
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