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Halifax cop accused of assault at men's shelter to stand trial this fall

HALIFAX — An on-duty Halifax Regional Police officer charged with assaulting a 54-year-old man at a homeless shelter will stand trial this fall. Nova Scotia's Public Prosecution Service says Const.
Regina symphony members help Prince Charles celebrate 70th birthday

Regina symphony members help Prince Charles celebrate 70th birthday

REGINA — It was sweet music to the ears of five members of the Regina Symphony Orchestra when they heard they would have a chance to mingle with royalty at a very private party.
Snowfall warnings issued for parts of Newfoundland, 30 centimetres expected

Snowfall warnings issued for parts of Newfoundland, 30 centimetres expected

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — June may be just around the corner, but some Newfoundlanders face more than 30 centimetres of snow tonight.
Medical researchers honoured for identifying 'Newfoundland curse'

Medical researchers honoured for identifying 'Newfoundland curse'

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A research team is receiving the Governor General's Innovation Award today for identifying the cause of the "Newfoundland curse" — a deadly heart condition that has afflicted families on the island for centuries.

Accused serial killer Bruce McArthur makes a court appearance

TORONTO — A man accused of killing men associated with Toronto's gay village appeared briefly in court today. Bruce McArthur was remanded in custody until June 22 for what is expected to be another short appearance.
G7 and European Union unite to reject recent election in Venezuela

G7 and European Union unite to reject recent election in Venezuela

OTTAWA — Canada and its fellow G7 countries along with the European Union issued a joint statement today saying they are united in rejecting and denouncing the recent presidential election in Venezuela.
No suitors emerge for pipeline project stake as Kinder Morgan deadline looms

No suitors emerge for pipeline project stake as Kinder Morgan deadline looms

CALGARY — With just over a week remaining until the May 31 deadline set for abandoning its Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, no suitors have publicly emerged to step into builder Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd.'s shoes.
Notley to skip western premiers meeting today, but slams leader who's there

Notley to skip western premiers meeting today, but slams leader who's there

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley won't be at today's meeting of the western premiers in Yellowknife, but she made some choice remarks about one of the leaders who will be there. Notley told reporters yesterday that B.C.
Rain, melting snow pose flooding concerns across B.C. as evacuations lift

Rain, melting snow pose flooding concerns across B.C. as evacuations lift

Many people forced from their homes by flooding in southern British Columbia have been allowed to return, but officials say there are still areas of concern in many parts of the province.
In the news today, May 23

In the news today, May 23

Seven stories in the news for Wednesday, May 23 ——— RACHEL NOTLEY SLAMS JOHN HORGAN BEFORE MEETING Alberta Premier Rachel Notley won't be at today's meeting of the western premiers in Yellowknife, but she made some choice remarks about one leader who