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Woman Testifies About Strange Dynamic In Home Shared With Winnipeg Murder Suspect

Woman Testifies About Strange Dynamic In Home Shared With Winnipeg Murder Suspect

WINNIPEG — A woman says there was a strange dynamic in a house several women shared with a man who is accused of killing one of them.

Woman Testifies About Strange Dynamic In Home Shared With Winnipeg Murder Suspect

Countermeasures Were Key To Ending Tariff Stalemate With U.S., Says Trudeau

Countermeasures Were Key To Ending Tariff Stalemate With U.S., Says Trudeau

SEPT-ÎLES, Que. — Canada's retaliatory tariffs on American goods played a key role in restoring free access to the U.S. market for Canadian steel and aluminum, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says.

Countermeasures Were Key To Ending Tariff Stalemate With U.S., Says Trudeau

Deported Dangerous Offender Argues Charge That Would Keep Him In U.S. Jail Too Old

Deported Dangerous Offender Argues Charge That Would Keep Him In U.S. Jail Too Old

The prosecutor says Shrubsall's arguments are weak, given that he is accused of fleeing his own trial in May 1996, leaving behind a suicide note before he disappeared into Canada.

Deported Dangerous Offender Argues Charge That Would Keep Him In U.S. Jail Too Old

Ontario Researchers Invent Way To Store Vaccines At Higher Temperatures

Ontario Researchers Invent Way To Store Vaccines At Higher Temperatures

HAMILTON — Ontario researchers say they've come up with a way to store vaccines at higher temperatures for weeks at a time.

 

 

Ontario Researchers Invent Way To Store Vaccines At Higher Temperatures

Liberals Shrugging Off Concerns About Rural Crime, Opposition MPs Charge

Liberals Shrugging Off Concerns About Rural Crime, Opposition MPs Charge

onservative MPs say a Liberal-dominated committee's half-hearted report on the burgeoning problem of rural crime is an insult to Canadians.

Liberals Shrugging Off Concerns About Rural Crime, Opposition MPs Charge

Regulator Investigating High Gas Prices In B.C. Has Power To Examine Gouging

Regulator Investigating High Gas Prices In B.C. Has Power To Examine Gouging

British Columbia's independent energy regulator will have the power to call oil company representatives as witnesses into an investigation of high gasoline prices in the province.

Regulator Investigating High Gas Prices In B.C. Has Power To Examine Gouging

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