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'She never said no to me once,' military cop tells his sex-assault court martial

HALIFAX — A Halifax-based military policeman facing a sexual assault charge says a female officer didn't object at any point during sex he believes was consensual. Sgt.
First Nations and federal government collaborate on B.C. north coast protections

First Nations and federal government collaborate on B.C. north coast protections

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.
Toronto police strike blow to gang with ties to the U.S. and Caribbean: chief

Toronto police strike blow to gang with ties to the U.S. and Caribbean: chief

TORONTO — A large portion of a violent street gang responsible for a number of shootings in Toronto has been taken down in a series of early morning raids involving about 800 officers, police said Thursday.
Ceremony held to mark grand opening of Nova Scotia Indigenous court

Ceremony held to mark grand opening of Nova Scotia Indigenous court

WAGMATCOOK, N.S. — Nova Scotia has become the first province in Canada to open a superior court on a reserve that will incorporate Indigenous restorative justice traditions and customs. "We can't just talk about reconciliation.
Quebec minister under fire from First Nations groups for comments on air ambulances

Quebec minister under fire from First Nations groups for comments on air ambulances

MONTREAL — Quebec's Health Minister apologized Thursday for comments about intoxicated parents on air ambulance flights, but insisted that he wasn't talking about Indigenous families when he made the remarks a few weeks ago.
Canada launches second drywall dumping complaint investigation in two years

Canada launches second drywall dumping complaint investigation in two years

CALGARY — A Canadian drywall manufacturer has launched its second trade complaint in two years alleging that the building panels are being dumped by U.S. competitors at unfair prices.

Seniors in Saskatchewan care home served beef roast seasoned with hand cleaner

CARROT RIVER, Sask. — The Saskatchewan Health Authority is apologizing to residents of a long-term care home who were knowingly served a beef roast that had been seasoned with hand cleaner.

Halifax police warn motorists after snapping turtle hit during morning rush hour

Halifax police fear carnage on a busy city highway because of the slowest-moving of creatures: turtles. A snapping turtle was euthanized Thursday after being hit on a roadway separating a busy shopping district from a popular park. Const.
Justice Michel Shore issues reasons for approving Sixties Scoop settlement

Justice Michel Shore issues reasons for approving Sixties Scoop settlement

OTTAWA — The federal judge who in May approved an $875-million deal for Sixties Scoop survivors has released his written reasons for the decision, saying the settlement was both fair and in the best interests of the survivors.

Father in custody battle can't have Children's Lawyer records, court rules

TORONTO — Forcing a government legal office to turn over a child's litigation records would undermine the very point of giving children a voice in custody disputes, Ontario's top court has decided.