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Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum Deletes Tweet, Apologizes to RCMP

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 03 Jun, 2020
  • Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum Deletes Tweet, Apologizes to RCMP

Surrey Mayor Doug McCallum apologizes for an accusatory tweet from his party in relation to a Prince George murder.

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Discipline of Vancouver officer to be reviewed by retired judge: commissioner

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The Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner of B.C. has ordered a review of the findings of a discipline investigation against a Vancouver police officer.

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Bank of Canada keeps key rate target on hold, expects return to growth in Q3

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The economy appears to have avoided a worst-case scenario due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bank of Canada said Wednesday as it kept its key interest rate steady at its lower bound.

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Protests are important but risks of COVID-19 must be considered: Freeland

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Deputy prime minister Chrystia Freeland suggested Wednesday that COVID-19 will keep her away from anti-racism marches planned across Canada in coming days.

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As some protesters in D.C. gird for battle, others provide first aid, supplies

As some protesters in D.C. gird for battle, others provide first aid, supplies

Moving through the pulsing mass of angry activism outside the White House, a handful of people are providing help and first aid to police and protesters alike as enraged Americans register their dismay with the police killing of George Floyd.

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Murder trial for man accused in Toronto's van attack set for November

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The trial for the man accused of using a van to kill 10 people on a busy Toronto sidewalk has been set for this fall.

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Joint inquiry or review of mass killing taking shape, N.S. justice minister says

Joint inquiry or review of mass killing taking shape, N.S. justice minister says

There will be a joint federal-provincial inquiry or review into the mass killing that claimed 22 lives in rural Nova Scotia in April, but the exact form of that investigation is still taking shape, the province's justice minister says.

Joint inquiry or review of mass killing taking shape, N.S. justice minister says

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