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Officials identify Nova Scotia man fatally shot by police Saturday

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia’s police watchdog has identified the man killed by police in the Halifax area Saturday morning as 24-year-old Bradley Thomas Clattenburg of Truro. 74 more words

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Post-game tussle with Leigh Centurions doesn't help Wolfpack reputation

TORONTO — The Toronto Wolfpack return home riding a 11-game win streak in England’s second-tier Betfred Championship.

But rugby league’s first transatlantic team is also carrying a reputation as a squad long on talent but short on discipline and composure. 791 more words

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One dead, one injured after being struck by train in Chilliwack, B.C.

CHILLIWACK, B.C. — Police in Chilliwack, B.C., say one person is dead and another was taken to hospital after being struck by a train on Saturday evening. 49 more words

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Corrective to May 26 story on Toronto homicide

TORONTO — A Canadian Press story Saturday, based on information in a Toronto Police Service press release, said two men were charged with first-degree murder in the death of a woman. 16 more words

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'There are cougars around:' Attack a stark reminder for Alberta family

EDMONTON — When Laura Frost first read about a person being killed by a cougar recently in Washington state, she was immediately reminded that the big cats can be anywhere. 555 more words

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Hip-replacement technique gets patients back on their feet sooner

TORONTO — Tim Heenan was in his teens when he injured his left hip in a four-metre fall while goofing around with some buddies. When his school hockey coach saw him favouring his leg before practice soon after, he said: “Just wait until you’re older.” 1,018 more words

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Manitoba civil servant policy says booze OK, marijuana not, at office parties

WINNIPEG — Manitoba civil servants will be able swig a beer at office parties, but smoking a joint will still be a no-no after recreational cannabis is legalized, says a draft policy obtained by The Canadian Press. 322 more words

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