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Four men charged in Manitoba for night hunting with lights

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government says four men have been charged with hunting at night with lights. The province says wildlife officers nabbed two men in December from the Lake Manitoba First Nation near Asher.
Police found ammunition but no guns in Danforth shooter's room: docs

Police found ammunition but no guns in Danforth shooter's room: docs

TORONTO — Police officers who searched the bedroom of a shooter shortly after he carried out a deadly attack in Toronto's Greektown last summer found a stockpile of ammunition and gun accessories but no firearms, newly released court documents show.
New advisory board to help RCMP modernize amid history of bullying, harassment

New advisory board to help RCMP modernize amid history of bullying, harassment

OTTAWA — The federal government is creating an external board of civilian advisers to help the RCMP modernize after years of grappling with internal bullying and harassment.

Defence chief Vance slated to testify this month in Vice-Admiral Norman case

OTTAWA — Canada's top military officer is expected to take the stand later this month in a pre-trial hearing for Vice-Admiral Mark Norman. Norman's lawyer, Marie Henein, said Gen.

Sentence issued by B.C. judge who refused recusal after crying during statement

KELOWNA, B.C. — A British Columbia provincial court judge who teared up over a victim impact statement in a sex crimes trial has sentenced the accused to 14 months in jail.
U.S. says China's death sentence against Canadian 'politically motivated'

U.S. says China's death sentence against Canadian 'politically motivated'

TORONTO — The U.S. State Department says China's death sentence against a Canadian man is "politically motivated." Wednesday's statement from U.S. deputy spokesman Robert Palladino says that U.S.
National dementia strategy should include input from patients, caregivers: report

National dementia strategy should include input from patients, caregivers: report

TORONTO — An expert panel has released a report outlining the best ways to tackle the growing incidence of Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia among Canadians as a basis for the federal government's long-promised national strategy on the progress
Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur has case put over to end of January

Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur has case put over to end of January

TORONTO — An alleged serial killer who faces murder charges in the deaths of eight men with ties to Toronto's gay village has had his case put over to the end of January.
In the news today, Jan. 16

In the news today, Jan. 16

Four stories in the news for Wednesday, Jan.
Lametti appointment raises hope for less restrictive assisted dying law

Lametti appointment raises hope for less restrictive assisted dying law

OTTAWA — The appointment of David Lametti as Canada's new justice minister has given new hope to those who believe the Trudeau government's law on medically assisted dying is too restrictive.