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Three Hamilton Police Service officers stabbed, suffer serious injuries: police

Three Hamilton Police Service officers stabbed, suffer serious injuries: police

HAMILTON — The Hamilton Police Service says three of its officers are being treated in hospital for stab wounds after responding to reports of an armed man in crisis on a city street. Const.
The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada

OTTAWA — The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada on Dec. 22, 2020 (all times eastern): 7:10 p.m.
Judge who visited protest teepee on Regina legislature grounds faces judicial review

Judge who visited protest teepee on Regina legislature grounds faces judicial review

REGINA — A judge who visited a Metis man at his protest camp on Saskatchewan's legislature grounds after ruling he was entitled to stay there is facing a review by his fellow judges.
Liberals post call-out for candidates for next federal election

Liberals post call-out for candidates for next federal election

OTTAWA — The federal Liberals are looking for candidates seeking to run for them in the next election, focusing on people who have been working to help their communities through the COVID-19 pandemic.
10 correctional officers charged following death of Indigenous man in N.L. jail

10 correctional officers charged following death of Indigenous man in N.L. jail

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Ten correctional officers have been charged with crimes ranging from manslaughter to criminal negligence causing death in connection with the 2019 death of an Inuk man in a St. John's jail.
Anger, suspicion after Pakistani dissident Karima Mehrab found dead in Toronto

Anger, suspicion after Pakistani dissident Karima Mehrab found dead in Toronto

TORONTO — The apparent drowning death of an internationally prominent Pakistani dissident whose body was pulled from the water near downtown Toronto sparked anger, grief and suspicion on Tuesday.
Canada and U.K. make stopgap deal to avert tariffs after Brexit

Canada and U.K. make stopgap deal to avert tariffs after Brexit

OTTAWA — Canada and the United Kingdom have inked a temporary agreement that will head off an automatic increase in tariffs that was set to kick in when Britain leaves the European Union next week.
New veterans ombudsman experienced disability backlog firsthand

New veterans ombudsman experienced disability backlog firsthand

OTTAWA — Canada’s new veterans ombudsman says she has endured the same long and frustrating wait as tens of thousands of other former military members after applying for support and benefits for her service-related injuries.
RCMP to attempt underwater sonar search for missing Nova Scotia scallop dragger

RCMP to attempt underwater sonar search for missing Nova Scotia scallop dragger

HILLSBURN, N.S. — The Mounties say they are planning to use a towed sonar system to try and locate a scallop dragging vessel that went missing last week in the Bay of Fundy.
External probe into deaths of Quebec boys calls for reform to youth protection system

External probe into deaths of Quebec boys calls for reform to youth protection system

QUEBEC — An external investigation into the deaths of two Quebec boys is calling for in-depth reform of the province's youth protection system and the law that governs it. Dr.