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Video shows moose crashing party in northern Ontario shed

A video shows a moose stepping into a shed where a gathering was hosted in northern Ontario one evening.

Vulcan RCMP respond to fatal collision between train and van

Vulcan RCMP, EMS, CP police and Alberta Sheriff Highway Patrol all responded to a collision Monday morning at around 10:30 a.m. between a large van and a train.

Man charged after cocaine, firearms found during search: Sask. RCMP

RCMP officials say they discovered cocaine packaged into 68 small bags, two illegally modified firearms, drug trafficking paraphernalia and cash in the home.

Rural Saskatchewan crash kills 15-year-old girl, injures 16-year-old driver

Saskatchewan RCMP say a 15-year-old girl has died after an SUV rolled off a road on Saturday in a rural area of the province.

Crews continue to monitor B.C. cargo ship fire amid stormy weather

At least 10 containers on the MV Zim Kingston caught fire on Friday, while another 40 fell into the water and efforts to pick them up are being hampered by the storm.

14 arrests, thousands in fines handed out during 2nd Queen’s homecoming weekend

Though crowds were smaller for the second homecoming weekend, Kingston's police chief says officers still dealt with 'aggressive, volatile, and disrespectful behaviour.'

Regina man charged in weekend break and enter robbery

Police say the residents were still at home and claimed someone had kicked in their back door and left with their television. Police found the suspect with the stolen television.

Chrétien says he never heard of abuse at residential schools during time as minister

Chrétien said he knew residential schools existed and how difficult the experience was, drawing a comparison with his own time in conventional boarding schools.

Okanagan-Similkameen asking for public feedback on 2021 wildfire response

The RDOS has launched a Public and Evacuee Survey, open until Friday, Oct. 29.

Facebook Papers are a ‘call to arms’ over pressing need to regulate: MPs

"It is past time for stronger platform governance and it is past time for greater accountability," said Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith about the Facebook Papers.

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