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'They haven't even apologized,' says mother of man killed by police after calling 911

'They haven't even apologized,' says mother of man killed by police after calling 911

TORONTO — The silence inside the Campbells' home west of Toronto has grown like a cancer in the weeks since April 6. That's when D'Andre Campbell, one of six siblings who live in the Brampton, Ont.
WE charity probe and Colville painting shatters record; In The News for July 16

WE charity probe and Colville painting shatters record; In The News for July 16

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of July 16 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Huawei hopeful it can provide 5G to Canada despite Trump, Five Eyes pressure

Huawei hopeful it can provide 5G to Canada despite Trump, Five Eyes pressure

OTTAWA — Huawei Canada says it is collateral damage in the Trump administration's trade war with China and remains hopeful that it might still be able to sell next-generation internet equipment to Canada.
Study suggests 8 times more people in B.C. infected with virus than confirmed

Study suggests 8 times more people in B.C. infected with virus than confirmed

VICTORIA — A new study suggests eight times as many people in Metro Vancouver have been infected by the novel coronavirus than the rate of reported cases. The joint study by researchers at the B.C. Centre for Disease Control, University of B.C.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Wednesday, July 15

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Wednesday, July 15

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 7:17 p.m. on July 15, 2020: There are 108,829 confirmed cases in Canada.
WE Charity restructuring operations after being centre of sole-sourced contract

WE Charity restructuring operations after being centre of sole-sourced contract

TORONTO — WE Charity is restructuring its operations weeks after its sole-sourced contract with the government shone a spotlight on the organization at the centre of an ethics investigation of the prime minister.
Environment minister reconsidering decision to stay out of Alberta coal-mine review

Environment minister reconsidering decision to stay out of Alberta coal-mine review

OTTAWA — Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson is reconsidering a decision in December to keep the federal government out of the approvals process for a major coal-mine expansion in Alberta. The existing Vista mine, which is owned by the U.S.

Proposed agreement reached in lawsuit alleging money stolen from foster kids

VANCOUVER — A proposed settlement agreement has been reached in the case of a British Columbia government guardian, who is alleged to have stolen hundreds of thousands of dollars from vulnerable foster children. Documents filed in B.C.
Aid for energy heavily weighted towards fossil fuels in COVID-19 response

Aid for energy heavily weighted towards fossil fuels in COVID-19 response

OTTAWA — Federal energy and environment officials were warned in late April that Canada's clean-tech sector was in danger as COVID-19 knocked the bottom out of the industry.
Alberta Mountie gets probation for in-custody assault on Indigenous man

Alberta Mountie gets probation for in-custody assault on Indigenous man

HIGH PRAIRIE, Alta. — A Mountie has been given 15 months probation for assaulting an Indigenous man shortly after his arrest in northern Alberta. A judge convicted Const.
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