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Police to seek murder charge in death of baby delivered after mother shot dead

Toronto police say any suspect charged in the fatal shooting of a 33-year-old pregnant woman last year will also be charged in the death of her baby, who was delivered prematurely.
Pilot who died in Cold Lake CF-18 crash didn't eject, call for help: DND

Pilot who died in Cold Lake CF-18 crash didn't eject, call for help: DND

OTTAWA — An investigation has found a pilot who died during a training mission near the Alberta-Saskatchewan boundary didn't eject or call for help before the crash. A release from the Department of National Defence says Capt.

Ottawa-area farmer fights order to stop selling, distributing raw milk

OTTAWA — An eastern Ontario farmer who has been ordered to stop selling raw milk is hoping to persuade the province to let him continue the practice.

Man charged after small acetylene explosion at Newfoundland refinery

COME BY CHANCE, N.L. — Police have charged a man with mischief endangering the lives of others after a small bag of acetylene exploded in a welding area last fall at an oil refinery in Newfoundland.

Senate committee slams Liberals for spending $186 billion without a solid plan

OTTAWA — The Senate's national finance committee is challenging the federal Liberals to finally come up with a detailed strategy to invest billions in new infrastructure.

Audi driver pleads guilty after video shows him mowing down man in road-rage

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — A 69-year-old man has pleaded guilty after being captured on video mowing down another man in a Saint John, N.B., parking lot in his Audi SUV.

Ontario group home resident faces murder charges in fire that killed 2

KAWARTHA LAKES, Ont. — Ontario Provincial Police say a second person has died following a fire late last week at an group home near the village of Oakwood, northeast of Toronto in Kawartha Lakes.
Police say bad record keeping, not criminal activity, behind misplaced exhibits

Police say bad record keeping, not criminal activity, behind misplaced exhibits

Halifax police say the "misplacement" of 3,000 of almost 13,000 drug-related exhibits was the result of bad record keeping, rather than any criminal activity by its officers.

Feds explore potential of 'blockchain,' billed as next-gen Internet technology

OTTAWA — An emerging technology has caught the eye of the innovation-obsessed federal government — a platform so packed with potential, many experts believe it could comprise the foundation for the next generation of the Internet.

Five stories in the news today, Feb. 28

Five stories in the news for Tuesday, Feb. 28: ——— O'LEARY TO SKIP DEBATE TO ATTEND OWN EVENT Kevin O'Leary's boycott of tonight's Conservative party leadership debate has his competitors crying foul.