SASKATOON — Grace Lafond-Barr believes healing starts in the home, so she moved her family to Muskeg Lake Cree Nation from Saskatoon two years ago to escape the city where murder took away her two brothers and a son. 2,125 more words
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Lawyer urges court to lift extreme secrecy over RCMP harassment case potentially linked to Harper family
NEWMARKET, Ont. — A shroud of secrecy thrown over part of an extraordinary case involving allegations of harassment within the RCMP should be lifted as much as possible, an Ontario justice heard Friday. 437 more words
Police have charged two suspects with human trafficking after a 10-month investigation into alleged abuse of temporary foreign workers at a Red Deer hotel.
Investigators claim eight foreign nationals were brought into Canada illegally in order to work at Econo Lodge on Gasoline Alley East in southern Red Deer. 100 more words
Why do young people with everything to live for become radicalized to the point of joining Islamic terrorist movements?
The question bedevils western societies, but nowhere is it being asked with more intensity than at the east-end CEGEP in Montreal where seven students have allegedly espoused jihadism. 660 more words
Gazing around the wrestling room at North Rockland, a place that he has called home for the past six years, Blaise Benderoth took a deep breath before answering the first question in the final interview of his extraordinary high school career. 980 more words