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Sikh activists mark anniversary of B.C. temple leader Nijjar's murder

Sikh activists mark anniversary of B.C. temple leader Nijjar's murder

SURREY, B.C. — A Sikh activist marking the anniversary of the killing of British Columbia temple leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar says the past year has shown they are vindicated in their claims that India targeted separatists overseas.
Judge to sentence former Saskatchewan Mountie for shooting death of lover

Judge to sentence former Saskatchewan Mountie for shooting death of lover

PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — A judge is expected to give his sentencing decision today for a former Saskatchewan Mountie who shot and killed his lover in a park. Bernie Herman was convicted in January of manslaughter in the death of Braden Herman.
Canada sanctions 13 more Russians for role in Navalny's imprisonment and death

Canada sanctions 13 more Russians for role in Navalny's imprisonment and death

OTTAWA — Canada is sanctioning 13 more Russians from the intelligence service, police force and corrections system for their role in the poisoning, imprisonment and death of opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
'Stupid' or 'unethical': Green leader suggests MPs should have asked more questions

'Stupid' or 'unethical': Green leader suggests MPs should have asked more questions

OTTAWA — Current members of Parliament identified in a secret report on foreign interference should have asked more questions when being approached by outsiders, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May said Monday.
Stampede and summer fun still planned for Calgary despite water restrictions

Stampede and summer fun still planned for Calgary despite water restrictions

CALGARY — Calgary officials are reassuring residents and tourists planning to visit over the next month that water restrictions won't put a damper on fun.
B.C. environmental regulator orders LNG company to deploy 'floatel' near Squamish

B.C. environmental regulator orders LNG company to deploy 'floatel' near Squamish

A British Columbia government agency has ordered a liquefied natural gas company to deploy a cruise ship that's been renovated to house workers near Squamish.
Murder-conspiracy trial hears two Edmonton police officers supported Coutts blockade

Murder-conspiracy trial hears two Edmonton police officers supported Coutts blockade

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — A COVID-era protest blockade at Coutts, Alta. — now at the centre of a murder-conspiracy trial — was getting outside support, including from two members of the Edmonton Police Service, court heard Monday.
B.C. premier urges PM to provide foreign interference information to protect province

B.C. premier urges PM to provide foreign interference information to protect province

Premier David Eby says B.C. does not have the information it needs to intercept and address foreign interference that may be occurring in the province: "How are we supposed to take action to address these issues?"
Alberta to ban cellphones in K-12 classrooms starting in fall

Alberta to ban cellphones in K-12 classrooms starting in fall

CALGARY — Alberta is moving to ban cellphones in kindergarten to Grade 12 classrooms starting in the fall.
Program offering 'revolutionary education' begins at McGill pro-Palestine encampment

Program offering 'revolutionary education' begins at McGill pro-Palestine encampment

MONTREAL — Pro-Palestinian activists who have been encamped on McGill University's downtown campus since April launched what they call their own summer school on Monday, despite controversy over photos of armed fighters used to promote the program.