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Mounties to give update this week on deadly stabbing rampage in Saskatchewan

Mounties to give update this week on deadly stabbing rampage in Saskatchewan

REGINA — Mounties are scheduled to give an update Thursday about what happened during a deadly mass stabbing in Saskatchewan last year.
In The News for April 24 : Federal public-service worker strike enters sixth day

In The News for April 24 : Federal public-service worker strike enters sixth day

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of April 24 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Oilsands emissions could be underestimated by current measuring methods, study says

Oilsands emissions could be underestimated by current measuring methods, study says

New federal research suggests greenhouse gas emissions from the Alberta oilsands may be significantly underestimated, adding to a growing pile of studies that say our understanding of what is going into the atmosphere is incomplete.
Program helping people to reconnect with traditional skills in Yellowknife

Program helping people to reconnect with traditional skills in Yellowknife

YELLOWKNIFE — By the shore of the still-frozen Yellowknife River, more than a dozen people gather to prepare fish for cooking over a crackling fire.
Canada suspends Sudan consular services as diplomats evacuated

Canada suspends Sudan consular services as diplomats evacuated

OTTAWA — Canada suspended consular services in Sudan on Sunday amid reports of allied countries evacuating Canadian diplomats and as armed conflict escalated in the East-African country.
Public-service strike: Union stepping up picketing efforts starting Monday

Public-service strike: Union stepping up picketing efforts starting Monday

Picket lines have so far largely been confined to government buildings, constituency offices and landmarks such as Parliament Hill.
Group calls on Canada to create sponsor program for family fleeing war-torn Sudan

Group calls on Canada to create sponsor program for family fleeing war-torn Sudan

"Whatever you get, you just take it," Mohamed said. "But thank God, safely I made it."
First months on throne show King Charles wants to engage, but Canadians skeptical

First months on throne show King Charles wants to engage, but Canadians skeptical

Canadians, however, appear to be unmoved by the new monarch's efforts — if they've noticed them at all. 
RCMP sifting 'fairly large volume' of information in Ukraine war crimes probe

RCMP sifting 'fairly large volume' of information in Ukraine war crimes probe

OTTAWA — RCMP Cpl. Kate Walaszczyk honed her policing skills as a homicide investigator, painstakingly reconstructing crime scenes and gathering evidence.
South Africa envoy says Canada's lack of dialogue on Ukraine peace talks 'shocking'

South Africa envoy says Canada's lack of dialogue on Ukraine peace talks 'shocking'

OTTAWA — South Africa's envoy to Ottawa is urging Canada to help broker an end to Russia's war in Ukraine, arguing that sending arms to Kyiv will only prolong a dangerous conflict that is aggravating hunger in developing countries.
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