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Firm says trees obstructing vision at Humboldt Broncos crash intersection

Firm says trees obstructing vision at Humboldt Broncos crash intersection

REGINA — A consulting firm says sight lines are a safety concern at the rural intersection where the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash happened.
Court hears departments, officials collecting own files in Norman case

Court hears departments, officials collecting own files in Norman case

OTTAWA — Federal officials have been collecting thousands of documents — including cabinet secrets — requested by suspended Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's lawyers largely on their own, an Ottawa court heard Wednesday.
Canada pressured to match tough climate talk with leadership at key meeting

Canada pressured to match tough climate talk with leadership at key meeting

OTTAWA — The Canadian government is under intense pressure to fill a leadership void as countries try to hammer out how they will hold themselves accountable for implementing the Paris climate-change accord.
Huawei exec details health problems in affidavit submitted to B.C. court

Huawei exec details health problems in affidavit submitted to B.C. court

VANCOUVER — Huawei's chief financial officer says she has suffered a lifetime of health problems, including thyroid cancer, sleep apnea and high blood pressure, but she is ready to fight allegations of fraud if she is extradited to the United States.
Wish comes true: Ontario teen becomes prime minister for the day

Wish comes true: Ontario teen becomes prime minister for the day

OTTAWA — Fifteen-year-old Aiden Anderson wants potential voters to remember his name because one day, he says, he will be prime minister.
Just For Laughs founder Gilbert Rozon faces sex crime charges dating to 1979

Just For Laughs founder Gilbert Rozon faces sex crime charges dating to 1979

MONTREAL — Just For Laughs founder Gilbert Rozon, who resigned from the entertainment company last year amid allegations of abuse, was charged with rape and indecent assault Wednesday.
Winnipeg woman guilty of hiding infant remains may have wanted to visit: defence

Winnipeg woman guilty of hiding infant remains may have wanted to visit: defence

WINNIPEG — A woman who stored the remains of six babies inside a U-haul storage locker was not trying to hide or dispose of them, but was instead keeping them — perhaps to continue to visit them, her defence lawyer said Wednesday.
Victims of former ski coach Charest say they were 'sacrificed' by Alpine Canada

Victims of former ski coach Charest say they were 'sacrificed' by Alpine Canada

MONTREAL — A lawsuit filed Wednesday against Alpine Canada by three victims of former national ski coach Bertrand Charest alleges the sports federation covered up the sexual abuse in the interest of results on the slopes and sponsorship money.
Edmonton truck attack suspect had encrypted device cops couldn't crack: ex-chief

Edmonton truck attack suspect had encrypted device cops couldn't crack: ex-chief

Edmonton's former police chief says a man charged in a truck attack in the city last year had an encrypted device police couldn't crack.

Six-year-old girl lured from playground, sexually assaulted: Vancouver police

Vancouver police say a man lured a six-year-old girl from an elementary school playground and sexually assaulted her. Police say it happened on Dec. 5 when the girl was in the playground area outside Sexsmith Elementary School in south Vancouver.