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P.E.I. man sentenced to time served for stabbing
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Brand of lean ground beef recalled due to possible presence of E. coli
OTTAWA — A brand of lean ground beef is being recalled because of possible E. coli contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the Good Boucher brand beef was sold in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and P.E.I., but may have ...
Scottish cardinal who recused himself from conclave dies
LONDON — The Roman Catholic Church in Scotland says Cardinal Keith O'Brien, who became the first cardinal in history to recuse himself from a papal election over a personal scandal, has died. He was 80. O'Brien had resigned as archbishop in 2013 ...
Few political staffers on Parliament Hill report sexual misconduct: survey
OTTAWA — The majority of political staffers who told The Canadian Press they had personally experienced sexual misconduct on the job chose not to report it, with many saying they worried doing so would mean negative consequences for their ...
Politics and #MeToo: voices from a survey of staffers on Parliament Hill
OTTAWA — Long hours. A male-dominated workplace. Precarious employment. Alcohol. A culture of silence. The Canadian Press surveyed those working in the offices of MPs, senators and cabinet ministers in Ottawa, asking them to share their experiences ...
Parliament Hill staffers share experiences with sexual misconduct at work
OTTAWA — With the #MeToo movement shining a spotlight on Parliament Hill's day-to-day workplace realities, a new survey by The Canadian Press is giving voice to some of those who toil in obscurity for powerful political bosses. A ...
In the news today, March 19
Five stories in the news for Monday, March 19 ——— MALI MISSION DETAILS TO BE UNVEILED Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan are expected to unveil details today of Canada's peacekeeping mission to ...
Police divers to enter river in search of missing Montreal boy
Montreal police will use divers today to search the Riviere des Prairies to search for Ariel Jeffrey Kouakou a week after the 10-year-old boy left home and disappeared while walking to a friend's house. Police say divers will enter the river at about ...
Details expected to be unveiled today on Canada's peacekeeping missing in Mali
OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan are expected to unveil details today of Canada's peacekeeping mission to Mali today. The military's upcoming foray into the west African nation is expected to ...
Baby boy dead, mother critical, after suspected carbon monoxide leak
BARRIE, Ont. — A 10-month-old boy is dead due to what police believe was a carbon monoxide leak in a home in Barrie, Ont. Police say the boy's 30-year-old mother is in critical condition in a Toronto hospital and her two-year-old daughter is in ...
Century-old shipwreck found in Lake Erie, 8 died in sinking
TOLEDO, Ohio — The wreckage of a steamer that sank in Lake Erie over a century ago and eluded shipwreck hunters for decades has finally been found off the Ohio shore, according to the National Museum of the Great Lakes . The steam barge, called the ...