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'Smug, cocky and arrogant': Saskatchewan inquest hears of mass killer's arrest

'Smug, cocky and arrogant': Saskatchewan inquest hears of mass killer's arrest

SASKATOON — A mass killer on the run after a stabbing rampage in Saskatchewan was "smug" while officers took him into custody, a coroner's inquest heard Wednesday. Const.
Canadian man drives off Hawaiian cliff, falls from wreck, washes out to sea, survives

Canadian man drives off Hawaiian cliff, falls from wreck, washes out to sea, survives

KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii — A Canadian tourist in Hawaii has survived a disastrous sequence of events after he took a wrong turn while trying to watch the sunrise, drove off a cliff, fell out of the wreck and was washed out to sea.
Fired scientists failed to protect sensitive information, newly released records say

Fired scientists failed to protect sensitive information, newly released records say

OTTAWA — Two scientists at a high-security laboratory lost their jobs after security reviews found they failed to protect sensitive assets and information, newly released records show.
Quebec launches helpline, looks for other ways to stop politicians from quitting

Quebec launches helpline, looks for other ways to stop politicians from quitting

RIVIÈRE-DU-LOUP, Que. — The Quebec government says it is not ruling out punitive measures for people who harass elected officials, as the province strives to stop an exodus of politicians from municipal jobs.
Arguments begin at competition body in case against Cineplex over online booking fees

Arguments begin at competition body in case against Cineplex over online booking fees

OTTAWA — Cineplex Inc. is engaging in harmful "drip pricing" with its online booking fees, and moviegoers have no way to avoid them, says Canada's competition czar.
CBC reaches tentative deal with union, says the Canadian Media Guild

CBC reaches tentative deal with union, says the Canadian Media Guild

OTTAWA — The Canadian Media Guild says it has reached a tentative agreement with CBC/Radio Canada.
Online harms: Civil liberty, law critics say stiffer hate crime sentences 'troubling'

Online harms: Civil liberty, law critics say stiffer hate crime sentences 'troubling'

OTTAWA — The Liberal government is proposing "draconian penalties" in the Criminal Code as part of its sweeping plan to target online hate, the Canadian Civil Liberties Association warns.
New Democrat MP Daniel Blaikie to resign his seat, work for Manitoba premier

New Democrat MP Daniel Blaikie to resign his seat, work for Manitoba premier

OTTAWA — A New Democrat member of Parliament is resigning his seat for a job with Manitoba's NDP government.
Former world junior hockey players charged with sexual assault choose jury trial

Former world junior hockey players charged with sexual assault choose jury trial

Five former members of Canada's world junior hockey team who are charged with sexual assault in a 2018 incident in London, Ont., have chosen to be tried by a jury.
'Green' hydrogen project in Newfoundland to get $128-million federal loan

'Green' hydrogen project in Newfoundland to get $128-million federal loan

OTTAWA — The federal government has agreed to lend millions of dollars to a second green hydrogen project in Atlantic Canada.