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Dead suspect in Edmonton mass murders found to have criminal past

Authorities in Edmonton are trying to determine the circumstances of what is being called the city’s worst mass killing in recent history. Police say a gunman killed six adults and two children before taking his own life. One of the victims, 37-year-old Cyndi Duong, was found in a southwest Edmonton home on Monday. The same Read More

H3N2 flu strain raises concern with new cases found across Canada

Hospitals across Canada should expect far more new patients as the winter flu season comes up early and swiftly. Canada’s Public Health Agency says most flu cases are being found in Alberta, Ontario and Quebec, with an increase in activity in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Newfoundland & Labrador. The majority of flu cases this year are Read More

Edmonton police probe nine deaths in area

Police in Edmonton are investigating after nine people were found dead in three separate locations across the city. Last night, seven bodies were found in a north-end home, at the same time that a woman’s body was found in the southwest of the city, and another body was discovered in the city of Fort Saskatchewan, Read More

Father of Jun Lin speaks to media after Luka Magnotta’s murder conviction

The father of Jun Lin spoke to the media for the first time since Luka Magnotta was convicted in the Concordia student’s murder in 2012. Diran Lin, who flew in from China to attend the trial in Montreal, says he lost everything when he lost his son. Speaking through a translator, Diran wished to ask Read More

Edward Greenspan, prominent lawyer, dies at 70

Edward Greenspan, one of Canada’s top criminal lawyers, has died of natural causes; he was 70 years old. His law firm, Greenspan Partners LLP, says he passed away in the company of his family in Phoenix, Arizona. Greenspan had represented many high-profile and controversial figures, such as convicted media mogul Conrad Black, theatre producer Garth Read More

Luka Magnotta found guilty in 2012 killing of Chinese student Jun Lin

A Montreal jury has found Luka Magnotta guilty of first-degree murder in the gruesome 2012 killing of engineering student Jun Lin. The verdict was reached after eight days of deliberations, which largely focused on Magnotta’s mental state at the time of the killing. 32-year-old Magnotta has admitted to killing and dismembering Lin, and sending body Read More

Canadian Among 6 Fatalities Glasgow Garbage Truck Accident

A couple with ties to Canada are reported to be among the six dead in a garbage truck accident in Glasgow, Scotland.

Canadian Pilot Program To Fast Track Work Permits Non-Landed Immigrants

Canada has implemented a pilot program which will allow the spouses of Canadians to obtain work permits more quickly.

Two killed in plane crash at Algonquin Park

Two men in their 20s are dead following the crash of a small plane in Algonquin Provincial Park near Haliburton. According to the Joint Rescue Co-ordination Centre, the Cessna 150 took off from Buttonville Airport in Markham yesterday, and intended to return there; instead, it crashed early this morning. There is no known cause for Read More

Ontario Premier addresses Ghomeshi sex abuse claims

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has addressed the allegations made against former CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi. This follows the move by Toronto Police to investigate claims of physical and sexual abuse that led to his firing from the public broadcaster. Wynne says she is open to looking into the issue of workplace sexual harassment. A Read More

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