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Gatineau police officer acquitted of perjury, remains suspended

A Gatineau police officer has been acquitted of perjury, apparently ending a six-year journey through the courts. Jeffrey Greetham was charged with sexual assault against a woman in 2012. A court acquitted him the following year. He had testified in his own defence, and in 2015 the Crown charged him with six counts of perjury. […]
Ottawa Citizen
22m01s 12:40:36

Oilers GM Peter Chiarelli might come up with a big nothingburger today — and that`s OK

Sounds like the Oilers are still aggressively shopping their 10th overall pick in an effort to find some blue-line help. — Ryan Rishaug (@TSNRyanRishaug) June 22, 2018 If things go well for the Edmonton Oilers today, GM Peter Chiarelli will come up with a big nothingburger. What do I mean by that? That Chiarelli won’t […]
Edmonton Journal
53m39s 12:08:58

Falling tree branch kills Polish official in heavy storm

WARSAW, Poland — Polish officials say the deputy mayor of a town in central Poland was killed by a tree branch toppled by a heavy summer storm. The storm left 10 other people injured and damaged 300 buildings. Police on Friday said Robert Makowski, deputy mayor of Wolomin, a town near Warsaw, died as a […]
Canoe
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Obamacare’s constitutionality ends when its tax ends

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The constitutionality of Obamacare is an issue again.  Six years ago, a closely divided U.S. Supreme Court upheld the statute in NFIB v. Sebelius, but the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 had an important effect—whether or not intended—on Obamacare’s constitutionality.
CanadaFreePress.Com
03h15m 09:47:00

FIVE POINT GENERALZ RAIDS: More than 1,000 charges laid against 75 people

TORONTO — A sweeping raid on a Toronto-based gang has resulted in more than a thousand charges being laid against 75 people. More than 800 officers from a variety of forces executed the raids on Thursday, resulting in the seizures of dozens of weapons and various types of drugs. Toronto Police say the arrests have […]
Toronto Sun
30m33s 12:32:04

Anglican deacon pleads guilty to contempt of court after participating in pipeline protest

The Rev. Rob Crosby-Shearer has been arrested three times in his life during protests. But the most recent time was different. “I was involved in a fair bit of non-violent, direct action stuff over the years, but not so much in the last decade; since I became a parent,” says Crosby-Shearer, a deacon in the […] The post Anglican deacon pleads guilty to contempt of court after participating in pipeline protest appeared first on Anglican Journal .
Anglican Journal
01h04m 11:58:01

Alabama, Mississippi refuse to pledge money to resume Amtrak

MOBILE, Ala. — Plans to resume passenger train service on the northern Gulf Coast for the first time since Hurricane Katrina suffered a setback with Alabama and Mississippi refusing money for the project, but a leader of the effort said Friday the project isn’t dead. Alabama, Louisiana and Mississippi had to pledge almost $35 million […]
National Post
35m55s 12:26:42

New Westminster teacher Ali Hasan now a three-day Jeopardy! champion

New Westminster teacher Ali Hasan is now a three-day Jeopardy! champion, after successfully defending his title once again in a runaway victory on the popular game show on Thursday night. “Ali has been leading the one-man invasion of the United States,” host Alex Trebek joked in introducing the B.C. educator, whose two-day total was an […]
Vancouver Sun
01h11m 11:51:30

Roads closed after two buses collide in southwest Calgary, one taken to hospital

Just after 6 a.m. Friday morning, two Calgary buses collided head-on, injuring one of the bus drivers. The crash occurred at 14 Street S.W. and 22 Avenue S.W. and the  Calgary Fire Department said roads are still closed in the area, creating traffic detours and altering bus routes. EMS said the driver has been taken […]
Calgary Herald
02h31m 10:31:29

Major North American indices down after Fed indicates more rate hikes to come

TORONTO _ Major North American indices fell after the Federal Reserve said it will raise interest rates this year more times than initially expected. The Toronto Stock Exchange’s S&P/TSX composite… The post Major North American indices down after Fed indicates more rate hikes to come appeared first on Canadian Business - Your Source For Business News .
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