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Chair of N.S. shooting inquiry worries budget constraints could impede RCMP watchdog

Chairman Michael MacDonald says he's concerned that 'police misconduct can go unaccounted for' if the purse strings on the budget for the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP are tightened.

Entangled whale Snow Cone spotted off New Brunswick

Nicknamed Snow Cone, an entangled North Atlantic right whale has been spotted off the coast of New Brunswick, but scientists say there's no sign of her calf.

Rogers customers did not receive Sask. emergency alerts during outage

Rogers says three tornado warnings, and an emergency alert about a dangerous person did not reach customers in Saskatchewan during its massive service outage earlier this month.

Nova Scotia Loyal teams to quiz customers on buy-local habits

Nova Scotia's Progressive Conservative government says it will gather information from shoppers this summer as it tries to make good on an election promise to increase demand for local products.

Singer and pro-democracy activist Denise Ho arrested in Hong Kong

Cantopop star and Canadian citizen Denise Ho, who grew up in Greater Montreal, is one of at least four people who were arrested by authorities in Hong Kong Wednesday. 

Inuit leader met in Rome with head of Catholic order to discuss charge against priest

The leader of the national organization representing Inuit people says he had a meeting with the head of a Catholic order in Rome to discuss the case of a priest accused of crimes against children in Nunavut.

Right whale protection measures to return ahead of migration into Canadian seas

The federal government announced speed restrictions and fisheries closures will once again be implemented this year to protect North Atlantic right whales.

Census 2021: A snapshot of the North's population and dwelling data

The census data for 2021 tells a very different story across Canada's three territories.

Victor Cui named Edmonton Elks new president and CEO

Cui, who was born and raised in Edmonton, co-founded the Singapore-based One Championship mixed martial arts promotion, which made its debut in 2011 and now broadcasts to over 150 countries and is currently valued at over $1 billion US.

COVID-19 outbreak at N.S. facility for people with disabilities not made public

Nova Scotia said to protect the privacy of residents, a COVID-19 outbreak at a facility for people with physical and intellectual disabilities was not made public.