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Parks Canada kills a bull bison that wandered away from Banff National Park

Parks Canada kills a bull bison that wandered away from Banff National Park

BANFF, Alta. — Parks Canada says it has killed one of two bison bulls that wandered away from Banff National Park. Officials said the animal was moving toward private grazing land and posed a safety risk to the public and to livestock.

12-year-old girl found dead in California was from Waterloo, reports say

SAN DIEGO — Officials have identified a 12-year-old Canadian girl as the victim of a deadly boat accident in California.
'Disjointed' system hinders British Columbia First Nations in wildfire fight

'Disjointed' system hinders British Columbia First Nations in wildfire fight

FORT FRASER, B.C. — A fragmented system that makes British Columbia responsible for regional districts but gives the federal government authority for First Nations is hampering Indigenous groups in the wildfire fight, community leaders say.
Judge lifts publication ban, revealing details about Fredericton shooting

Judge lifts publication ban, revealing details about Fredericton shooting

FREDERICTON — Newly released documents reveal how last week's deadly attack unfolded in Fredericton, including a brief account from the police officer who shot the alleged gunman in the abdomen.

Bernier diatribe against "extreme multiculturalism" boosts Liberal coffers

OTTAWA — Maxime Bernier may be causing headaches for his fellow Conservative MPs, but his latest musings on "extreme multiculturalism" have been a boon for the federal Liberal party.
Canadians believe in immigration but concerned about asylum seekers: study

Canadians believe in immigration but concerned about asylum seekers: study

OTTAWA — Canadians are generally supportive of current immigration levels, a survey of public perceptions commissioned by the federal government suggests — but they are also worried and confused when it comes to the issue of asylum seekers.
Hundreds of Ontario patients didn't receive full doses of cancer drug: agency

Hundreds of Ontario patients didn't receive full doses of cancer drug: agency

TORONTO — Hundreds of patients in Ontario did not receive full doses of cancer drugs because of issues with how the intravenous medications were administered, the agency overseeing cancer care in the province found in a recent review.
Toronto must convey dissatisfaction over Ontario move to cut council: Tory

Toronto must convey dissatisfaction over Ontario move to cut council: Tory

Toronto's mayor says the city must convey its "strong dissatisfaction" over the Ontario government's move to slash the size of municipal council when local politicians and staff hold a meeting next week to discuss a potential court challenge to the p
Hospitals to see 'delays' in care after losing Saudi students, health group says

Hospitals to see 'delays' in care after losing Saudi students, health group says

OTTAWA — The loss of Saudi Arabian resident physicians in Canada's hospitals will likely cause delays, but ultimately won't impact the quality of care, says a health care group that represents the majority of university hospitals.
Quebec announces plan to compensate taxi drivers after Uber's arrival

Quebec announces plan to compensate taxi drivers after Uber's arrival

MONTREAL — The Quebec government has outlined how it intends to compensate taxi drivers who've seen the value of their permits plummet since the arrival of ride-hailing service Uber in the province.