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Cats and dogs, Uber and Lyft, and Alec Baldwin; In-The-News for Oct. 9

Cats and dogs, Uber and Lyft, and Alec Baldwin; In-The-News for Oct. 9

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 Oct. 9. What we are watching in Canada ...
Police Act report finds retired B.C. sgt-at-arms commits neglect of duty

Police Act report finds retired B.C. sgt-at-arms commits neglect of duty

VICTORIA — British Columbia's recently retired sergeant-at-arms committed neglect of duty and didn't tell the truth during an investigation into misconduct at the provincial legislature, a report released Tuesday concluded.

Accused discharged from emergency room two days before killing: B.C. court

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Former TV sports anchor sentenced to more prison time for bank robberies

Former TV sports anchor sentenced to more prison time for bank robberies

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — A former Winnipeg television sports anchor and college instructor who pleaded guilty to robbing banks in Saskatchewan and Alberta has been sentenced to more prison time.
Southern Alberta man files counterclaim against intruder he shot in 2018

Southern Alberta man files counterclaim against intruder he shot in 2018

CALGARY — A southern Alberta man who is being sued by an intruder he shot on his property last year has filed a counterclaim alleging mental anguish.
Singh's stance on Bill 21 called out by anti-hate group

Singh's stance on Bill 21 called out by anti-hate group

OTTAWA — NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said Tuesday he is trying to fight support for Bill 21, Quebec's controversial secularism law, among Quebecers by proving to them that a man who wears a turban does in fact share their values.
Day parole revoked for Calgary man who strangled wife, hid body in basement wall

Day parole revoked for Calgary man who strangled wife, hid body in basement wall

RED DEER, Alta. — A Calgary man who strangled his wife and concealed her body in a basement wall of their home is going back to prison because he broke terms of his day parole by being involved with a sex worker.
'World-record rack:' Crew crowns Mac the Moose statue with new antlers

'World-record rack:' Crew crowns Mac the Moose statue with new antlers

MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Mac the Moose has had a boost and is once again the tallest in the land.

Toronto Syrian restaurant shuts down, citing hateful messages and death threats

TORONTO — A popular Toronto Syrian restaurant run by recent arrivals to Canada is closing after the owners say staff members began fielding hateful messages and death threats.
'Looking at the world around us:' Canadian scientist wins Nobel Prize in physics

'Looking at the world around us:' Canadian scientist wins Nobel Prize in physics

James Peebles, a Manitoba-born scientist who won the Nobel Prize for physics on Tuesday, said his relatively quiet life isn't so quiet anymore. Peebles, who was born in the francophone community of St.