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An employee may sustain an injury on a job. Accidents resulting from work are acceptable claims. Workers who suffered from injuries like sprains, fractures or lost a finger to a cutting machine are entitled to compensations. 626 more words


Ed Rogers: James Comey's testimony could have been a lot worse than it was for Trump

It is never a good day when a former FBI director calls you a liar, but considering the high stakes and all that could have gone wrong, James Comey’s testimony Thursday was a net plus for President Donald Trump. 789 more words

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La Loche shooter asked youth centre staff about gift on one-year anniversary: pre-sentence report… 484 more words

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Windsor police seek more witnesses to hit-and-run on Ouellette Avenue

Windsor police are continuing to ask for witnesses to the hit-and-run incident on Ouellette Avenue that left a 60-year-old man with life-threatening injuries.

Although a motorist has been charged in the case, the occurrence remains under investigation by the patrol support unit. 154 more words

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Regina police launch homicide probe after Sunday death

The Regina Police Service (RPS) has launched a homicide investigation after a man died following a Sunday assault on the 1400 block of 12th Avenue. 248 more words

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Cautionary Tale

The Ontario woman’s naked body was found deep in a forest, her legs spread apart, what appeared to be bruises speckling her face, neck and torso. 149 more words

Dead or alive: Toronto police revive interest in hunt for Regina-born accused killer

Wanted “dead or alive” — those are the words of Toronto police in trying to rekindle interest in one of Canada’s cold cases, the search for Regina-born Dennis Melvin Howe who is suspected of killing a nine-year-old girl 34 years ago. 522 more words

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