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A defence lawyer says the man accused of murdering two of his former co-workers at a British Columbia sawmill should be acquitted of first-degree murder and convicted of manslaughter.
The British Columbia Court of Appeal has rejected a serial killer's application to have a new trial based on a claim that a judge implied the man's lawyers behaved unethically.
New witness video shows a group of motorcyclists stunt driving on Highway 401 before a violent altercation on Thursday night ended in a fiery crash and criminal charges.
Investigators gathered evidence Monday at the site of a weekend plane crash along the Mouchalagane River in northern Quebec.
British Columbia will expand the role of its Metis representative in the child welfare system, amid criticism of the province's plan to adopt a Metis toddler to non-aboriginal parents in Ontario.
Dog owners lined the streets outside Montreal’s City Hall on Monday to oppose a proposed ban on pit bulls before city council as well as a pack of new rules that would severely restrict current owners of potentially dangerous breeds.
Parks Canada says a skier has died in an avalanche near Lake Louise, Alta. The accident was reported Sunday morning on Mount Victoria.
Three weeks after a Winnipeg police Taser was stolen during a brawl at a nightclub, they have recovered the weapon after another fight at the same location.
Police have arrested five people and seized numerous weapons in a Fort McMurray outlaw biker investigation.
The Mounties came up with a review process to run alongside the national inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women, according to a newly released document from the Justice Department.
Alberta Health Services says it is notifying just over 1,300 patients of a privacy breach after a former employee accessed their files.
A ceremony involving the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge meant to symbolize the reconciliation of British Columbia's Aboriginal Peoples has been rebuffed by a First Nations group.
A disciplinary tribunal has suspended a Labrador West medical doctor for six months after he was found guilty of professional misconduct.
Global Affairs Canada has confirmed that a Canadian citizen has been taken hostage in Libya.
A man is in life-threatening condition after being encased in hot tar that solidified during an industrial accident in Toronto on Monday morning.
Retired Canadian-Iranian professor Homa Hoodfar has been released from an Iranian prison and is recovering with family in Oman, her friends and colleagues confirmed on Monday, f
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