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New Zealand allows Chelsea Manning entry after Australia bars her

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand – New Zealand authorities say Chelsea Manning can enter the country for a speaking tour, a day after organizers said she couldn’t enter Australia. Manning was convicted for leaking U.S. government secrets and would not normally qualify for entry into New Zealand under its good character provisions. But Immigration New Zealand General Manager Steve Stuart said Friday that Manning had been granted a “special direction,” allowing her to apply for a working visa for planned speaking events in Auckland and Wellington. Stuart said the agency noted thatRead More


RCMP arrest man in North Battleford wanted on Canada Wide warrant

The RCMP Emergency Response Team (ERT) have arrested a high risk offender on a Canada Wide warrant, in North Battleford on Saturday. For several weeks an investigation was underway by the Battlefords Municipal GIS Unit and the Provincial Crime Reduction Team, to locate a high risk offender. The investigation found that the man was wanted on a Canada Wide warrant for a parole violation, and residing in the Battleford area. On Saturday the offender was found in a residence in the 500 block of 103 St. in North Battleford, byRead More


Inmate dies after being assaulted in custody at Stony Mountain, two others remain in hospital

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CTV Winnipeg Published Sunday, August 19, 2018 2:19PM CST Last Updated Sunday, August 19, 2018 3:31PM CST Correctional Service of Canada said an inmate died while in custody at Stony Mountain Institution. Assistant Warden JL Meyer confirmed to CTV News the man who died was one of the inmates who was assaulted Thursday night. Adam Kent Monias, 25, died on Saturday in hospital following the attack. Monias was serving an indeterminate sentence for second degree murder, aggravated assault, and uttering threats to cause death or harm since June 3, 2015.Read More


‘They are not bad people’: Officers canvass area where 7 died of opioid overdoses

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Katherine DeClerq, CTV News Toronto Published Wednesday, August 15, 2018 5:04PM EDT Last Updated Wednesday, August 15, 2018 5:36PM EDT Officers from Toronto police’s 14 Division are canvassing the area, warning residents of dangerous narcotics being sold in the downtown core that resulted in the deaths of seven people over the last 12 days. Toronto Const. Eddie O’Toole told CTV News Toronto that they don’t expect people to stop using drugs. Their goal is to ensure that the community feels safe and knows what to do in the event ofRead More


The Nickel City has a new cheese business

The Nickel City has a new cheese business

A new business in Chelmsford is making cheese. Lyndsay Moggy reports. Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USA Today News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rssfeeds.usatoday.com/usatoday-NewsTopStories” limit=”20″] USA News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rss.cnn.com/rss/cnn_us.rss” limit=”20″] ABC NEWS Headlines [su_feed url=”http://feeds.abcnews.com/abcnews/usheadlines” limit=”20″]


Duron Carter plans to continue playing after cut from Riders roster

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Duron Carter plans to keep playing in the Canadian Football League after he was released by the Saskatchewan Roughriders over the weekend. Carter played one and a half seasons with the Riders. He scored 11 touchdowns in 25, playing on both sides of the ball. “I have fun in Regina and it will always be great memories,” Carter said at an event at a Regina clothing store on Tuesday. Riders coach Chris Jones said Sunday that the change wasn’t performance based. But, the roster change makes room for other talentedRead More


‘We’re keeping the barn’: City reverses decision to take barn from Heritage Festival

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The Heritage Festival will be allowed to use the barn where it stores its equipment year-round after all. The City of Edmonton and Heritage Festival officials met Friday to discuss the eviction notice issued by city administration, and the decision was reversed.   We’re keeping the barn! Thanks #yeg, @Paulatics @doniveson and more, for huge support. Late Fri afternoon mtg with @CityofEdmonton officials resulted in removal of eviction notice, plus agreement to explore longer-term initiatives such as new off-site storage facility. — Heritage Festival (@EdmHeritageFest) August 13, 2018 Mayor DonRead More


Ministry called after fuel spill in Oxford

Clean up of a fuel spill in Oxford County

More than 24 hours after a diesel fuel spill, a roadway remains closed in Oxford County near Ingersoll for the clean up. And the road could be closed through to tomorrow. OPP say there was a transport truck collision at Beachville Road on Foldens Line yesterday at 4 p.m. The truck hit a guardrail , spilling an undetermined amount of diesel fuel in the area.  The Ministry of Environment was notified of the spill, as there was concern about a waterway nearby. The roadway is closed during the cleanup andRead More


Notley calls Trudeau’s acknowledgement of groping allegations a ‘good start’

Notley calls Trudeau’s acknowledgement of groping allegations a ‘good start’

Premier Rachel Notley says it is encouraging that accusations of inappropriate behaviour, including groping, are being acknowledged and addressed even when the allegations are against the Prime Minister. “I think that in all cases where people, usually women, raise these issues, they have to be taken very, very seriously,” said Notley ahead of the start of Friday’s Calgary Stampede Parade. “I think that it is a good start here that her concerns have been acknowledged and, once that happens, we have to make sure there’s a fair process and thatRead More


Man arrested in Saint Hyacinthe murder

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A suspect was arrested on Tuesday in connection with a murder in Saint Hyacinthe, Que.  The SQ said that around noon on Tuesday, it received several phone calls about a man who was injured in a pedestrian crossing.  The victim was identified as 60-year old Denis Chasse, a native of the town. The SQ hasn’t released the cause of death.  The suspect is in his thirties and is set to appear in court on Wednesday.  Both he and Chasse were known to police.  The investigation is ongoing.  Source link #canadiannewsRead More