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Woman trapped in N.B. clothing bin after seeking shelter during storm

Woman trapped in N.B. clothing bin after seeking shelter during storm

MIRAMICHI, N.B. — Police say a 60-year-old woman became trapped in a clothing donation bin while seeking shelter from a northern New Brunswick snowstorm.
In the news today, Jan. 23

In the news today, Jan. 23

Six stories in the news for Wednesday, Jan.

CF-18 fighter pilot fined $2000 after pleading guilty to flying too low

COLD LAKE, Alta. — A fighter pilot has been fined $2,000 after pleading guilty at a court martial to flying his CF-18 jet too low during a training mission in which his wingman died in a crash. Capt.

Some Alberta minor hockey players getting heat for Indigenous locker room dance

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. — The Fort McMurray Minor Hockey Association has apologized after a video of three players doing an Indigenous dance in a locker room caused an uproar.
B.C. hopes federal election won't get in way of co-operation on money laundering

B.C. hopes federal election won't get in way of co-operation on money laundering

VANCOUVER — British Columbia's attorney general says he is hoping a federal election campaign won't get in the way of Ottawa fully co-operating with the province to deal with serious allegations of money laundering related to billions of dollars in t
B.C. Greens won't support officials' return to legislature after spending report

B.C. Greens won't support officials' return to legislature after spending report

VICTORIA — British Columbia's Green party will not support the return to the legislature of two senior officers after a report by the Speaker was released alleging spending abuses.
Freezing death of Duceppe's mother sign of problems in seniors' homes: Legault

Freezing death of Duceppe's mother sign of problems in seniors' homes: Legault

MONTREAL — Quebec Premier Francois Legault said Tuesday the freezing death of Gilles Duceppe's mother shows there are problems to be addressed in the province's seniors' residences.

Canada made sexual predator 'our problem,' American prosecutor says

A convicted killer and sexual predator who could have spent his life in Canadian prison was instead back in the United States Tuesday for a court hearing, as an American prosecutor questioned the Parole Board of Canada's logic in sending him her way.
Oaths on eagle feathers to be allowed in Manitoba RCMP detachments

Oaths on eagle feathers to be allowed in Manitoba RCMP detachments

WINNIPEG — The head of the RCMP in Manitoba says providing an eagle feather to people swearing oaths is a positive step toward reconciliation with Indigenous communities.
Kenney accuser declines to specify which housing rules he says Kenney broke

Kenney accuser declines to specify which housing rules he says Kenney broke

EDMONTON — A lawyer accusing Alberta United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney of breaking parliamentary residency rules while serving as an MP is declining to explain which regulation he believes Kenney broke or how he broke it.