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Tisdale woman broke up with boyfriend before murder suicide: Friend

April 26, 2015 | By | Reply More
Tisdale woman broke up with boyfriend before murder suicide: Friend

Woman, three kids killed in Tisdale murder/suicide Online, she called herself “Prairie Girl” and “Canadiansweetie.” He was “redneckdriller.” Photographs posted on social media websites show a hugging couple along with three smiling children and a new baby. There’s no hint of the horror that came this week when five of the six died in a […]

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Tisdale murder: Killer took photos of dead woman, 3 children

April 23, 2015 | By | Reply More
Tisdale murder: Killer took photos of dead woman, 3 children

Tisdale murder suspect called emotionally abusive, controlling and jealous He killed them. And then he took their photos and sent them to their father. A relative of a woman and three children murdered this week in Saskatchewan said their killer took pictures of the bodies and sent copies to the children’s biological father before taking […]

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Vancouver to Prince George cargo plane missing, search underway

April 13, 2015 | By | Reply More
Vancouver to Prince George cargo plane missing, search underway

Plane goes missing, flightpatch ending near Vancouver’s north shore The search is underway for a cargo plane that went missing somewhere between Vancouver and Prince George on Monday morning. The missing plane with two pilots and no passengers aboard belongs to Carson Air. The Metro II aircraft left Vancouver International Airport at 6:43 a.m. and was scheduled […]

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English Bay oil spill clean up efforts ongoing

April 12, 2015 | By | Reply More
English Bay oil spill clean up efforts ongoing

Scientists gathering data following English Bay oil spill Efforts were progressing Sunday to remove the remaining globs of oil that spilled into Vancouver’s English Bay last week as the Coast Guard continued to answer criticism of how it responded to the situation. It appeared the south shore of the bay was largely free of oil […]

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Name that RCMP puppy contest winners announced

April 9, 2015 | By | Reply More
Name that RCMP puppy contest winners announced

13 winners from across Canada in RCMP puppy naming contest Thirteen puppies born at the RCMP Police Dog Service Training Centre (PDSTC) now have names, thanks to boys and girls from all across Canada. The PDSTC received over 21,000 entries to this year’s Name the Puppy contest—more than twice the number of entries received last year. […]

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Harper anti niqab rhetoric helps terrorist recruiters: Charles Taylor

March 28, 2015 | By | Reply More
Harper anti niqab rhetoric helps terrorist recruiters: Charles Taylor

Harper ‘tone-deaf’ to rhetoric’s impact, but gaining support for upcoming election Prime Minister Stephen Harper was accused Saturday of playing into the hands of terrorist recruiters with inflammatory comments about the face-covering veil worn by some Muslim women. The accusation came from renowned philosopher Charles Taylor, who co-chaired Quebec’s 2007 commission on reasonable accommodation of […]

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BC avalanche warning covers many parts of province

March 28, 2015 | By | Reply More
BC avalanche warning covers many parts of province

BC avalanche warning due to unpredictable snowpack Avalanche Canada says many of the avalanches the agency has seen in the BC backcountry this past week would not be survivable. In light of the dangerous conditions, Avalanche Canada issued a special public avalanche warning to anyone looking to head to the BC backcountry in many of the mountainous areas […]

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BC man accused of raping disabled girl in 1974 deported from US

March 25, 2015 | By | Reply More
BC man accused of raping disabled girl in 1974 deported from US

BC man Raymond MacLeod arrested in LA-area trailer park A British Columbia man who vanished in 1980 under accusations he raped a disabled girl has been deported back to the province from the United States to face trial. Raymond MacLeod, 72, was turned over to authorities in Vancouver on Tuesday by American immigration officials after 17 […]

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Measles: Two passengers on flight from Beijing to Vancouver test positive

March 24, 2015 | By | Reply More
Measles: Two passengers on flight from Beijing to Vancouver test positive

Vancouver health authorities tracking down people on ‘measles’ plane Health authorities in Vancouver have gone to great lengths drawing up a list of all individuals who may have come into contact with two high school students who were diagnosed with measles after flying home from Beijing. But only about half that roster has been tracked […]

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BC aboriginal band enacts laws to govern territory after historic court win

March 23, 2015 | By | Reply More
BC aboriginal band enacts laws to govern territory after historic court win

BC aboriginal band says it will enforce and defend aboriginal rights A British Columbia aboriginal nation granted rights and title by Canada’s high court has introduced its own laws governing its territory and resources within the area. The Tsilhqot’in National Government has enacted the so-called Nemiah Declaration that prevents mining and commercial logging, stops commercial […]

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