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'Crazy out there': Increasing violence in North Central Regina has residents looking for solutions
With an increase in gang and gun violence in Regina, the city’s police service has been adding to its arsenal, including buying an armoured vehicle and equipping officers with semi-automatic rifles. But a successful program out of the U.S. shows there’s another way to deal with the problem.
10 years after lives lost in Sea Gypsy sinking, safety regulation still not enacted
Ten years after the sinking of a small fishing vessel off the coast of Newfoundland, a safety measure that was highlighted at the time by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada has still not been enacted.
Corruption probe alleges Vaughan ex-mayor Di Biase may have committed fraud in building family cottage
Police investigating former Vaughan mayor Michael Di Biase over the construction of his family cottage say they turned up evidence he illicitly accepted an "advantage or benefit" from one of the biggest recipients of city construction contracts.
Illegal pot-shop bigwig should get 16 months for securities offence, prosecutor says
Wesley Weber, one of the main players behind a high-profile chain of illegal Ontario pot shops, deserves another 15 to 16 months in jail for an unrelated conviction, Ontario's securities regulator says.
Toronto-area man out $2,775 after e-transfer fraudsters impersonate him on email
No regret: Captured ISIS fighter wants to come home — but not if he will be judged by Canadian law
'Panic-stricken': 25,000 Manitobans see tax jump after change to education credit rules
'Better without a bra': More women come forward with allegations against Chiarelli
New Liberal gun-control policies coming soon, as firearms lobby gears up for a fight
Sexual misconduct by Canadian police officers sent to help in Haiti
What the RNC told a judge to get a search warrant in the NLESD fraud probe
Councillor asked job applicant about going braless, woman alleges
Why U.S. shark researchers had trouble getting approval to enter Canadian waters
Government falls short on pledge to better protect kids against abuse in sport
A battle over Bill 29 and a watchdog's powers was settled. Not anymore.
The Fifth Estate
B.C. billionaire brothers' use of KPMG offshore tax scheme exposed in emails
RCMP probe of international CRA phone scam IDs Canadian suspects
Airbnb quietly shut down a top host amid scathing reviews, but hundreds of guests were left to stay with him
Appealing a workers' compensation decision in N.L.? It may take a year to get a hearing
N.L. working to ease application backlog as immigration interest increases
Brandon widower waits nearly 2 years for answers amid backlog of care home investigations
Federal agency staff cleared of wrongdoing in internal SNC-Lavalin bribery investigation
Sask. police establish a theory of murder after the mysterious disappearance of Sheree Fertuck
Who's really behind Toronto's chain of illegal pot shops that won't quit?