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Calgary university voluntarily grounds Tecnam planes after fatal crash

CALGARY — Mount Royal University says it is voluntarily grounding two planes in its flight training program after a third crashed last month, killing two instructors.
Trump administration looking north for guidance in a few policy areas

Trump administration looking north for guidance in a few policy areas

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration has been looking north lately for some guidance on policy-making.

Three people in Vancouver hospital after series of stabbings: police

VANCOUVER — Three people were in a hospital with serious stab wounds following a series of separate attacks in Vancouver on Thursday. Const. Jason Doucette said officers have arrested a 33-year-old man.
Witness at trial of ex-skiing coach Bertrand Charest says he was 'very controlling'

Witness at trial of ex-skiing coach Bertrand Charest says he was 'very controlling'

SAINT-JEROME, Que. — The first witness at Bertrand Charest's sex assault trial testified Thursday the former national ski coach began kissing her and touching her breasts in 1997 when she was 17.

B.C. men charged with fentanyl trafficking after traffic stop in northern Ont.

HEARST, Ont. — Ontario Provincial Police say two B.C. men are facing charges related to trafficking the deadly opioid fentanyl. They say two men were arrested by officers conducting a traffic stop on Highway 11 on Wednesday in northern Ontario.

PM under fire for saying Grassy Narrows 'very much' Ontario's responsibility

OTTAWA — Frustrated indigenous leaders and human rights advocates called out Justin Trudeau on Thursday after the prime minister described mercury contamination at Grassy Narrows First Nation as "very much" an Ontario issue.
Alberta sisters last seen in mid-1980s found alive in the United States

Alberta sisters last seen in mid-1980s found alive in the United States

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — It had been about three decades since relatives had last seen two sisters in Alberta, but recently the family received some unexpected news. Anna and Kym Hakze are alive and living in the United States.
Manitoba aid agencies bracing for new wave of refugees across U.S. border

Manitoba aid agencies bracing for new wave of refugees across U.S. border

WINNIPEG — Manitoba aid agencies warned Thursday they are becoming overwhelmed by a wave of refugee claimants coming across the U.S. border near the community of Emerson.
Senate committee leaves door open to covering legal fees for retired senator

Senate committee leaves door open to covering legal fees for retired senator

OTTAWA — A Senate committee is leaving open the door to pay the legal fees incurred by a former Liberal senator, who says the upper chamber has a responsibility to cover the $82,000 she spent after an audit flagged her expanses as questionable.
Man arraigned in connection with alleged bomb threats at Montreal university

Man arraigned in connection with alleged bomb threats at Montreal university

MONTREAL — A man has been arraigned in connection with alleged bombing threats at Concordia University in Montreal. Hisham Saadi, 47, is charged with mischief, uttering threats and inciting fear of a terrorist-related attack.