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Saskatchewan museum looks for help to crack code on mystery safe

Saskatchewan museum looks for help to crack code on mystery safe

REGINA — A Saskatchewan museum is calling on safe crackers to help them unlock a mystery. The Civic Museum of Regina is looking for people to figure out the combination of a historic safe that's been locked up in its collection for 18 years.

Zero-tolerance policies aimed at stopping bullying not working, say experts

TORONTO — The shocking death of a 14-year-old Ontario boy who was stabbed outside his high school raises questions about the effectiveness of the anti-bullying campaigns that have gained prominence in Canada in recent years, those with expertise in t
Charity calls on Ottawa to rescue 25 Canadian kids trapped in Syria

Charity calls on Ottawa to rescue 25 Canadian kids trapped in Syria

TORONTO — At least 25 "innocent" Canadian children are trapped in a refugee camp not far from where Turkey has launched a military offensive in northeastern Syria, an international charity said Thursday as it called on Ottawa to act now to rescue the
Final arguments begin in case of Quebec man charged in slaying of wife, stranger

Final arguments begin in case of Quebec man charged in slaying of wife, stranger

ST-JEROME, Que. — Ugo Fredette had reached a breaking point the day two people including his ex-wife were killed, and his actions and decisions were fuelled by that break, his lawyer told his jury trial Thursday.
American man who assaulted, kidnapped Alberta woman sentenced to 18 years

American man who assaulted, kidnapped Alberta woman sentenced to 18 years

A South Carolina man who kidnapped and sexually assaulted an Alberta woman after luring her south of the border with the promise of a modelling job has been sentenced to 18 years in prison. Fred Russell Urey, 41, was arrested in May 2017.
'Most critical problem we're facing:' Medical groups urge climate change action

'Most critical problem we're facing:' Medical groups urge climate change action

Canada's medical professionals are presenting a solid front during the federal election campaign to urge political parties to take climate change seriously as a public-health issue.

Fredericton abortion clinic to close, citing lack of government funding

Fredericton's only abortion clinic is closing as a "direct result" of the New Brunswick government's failure to fund abortion services in private clinics, the clinic's director said Thursday.
Quebec will appeal court ruling that allowed cannabis plants to be grown at home

Quebec will appeal court ruling that allowed cannabis plants to be grown at home

QUEBEC — The Quebec government is appealing a court decision last month that invalidated the parts of the province's cannabis law that prohibit home cultivation.

Recommendation to remove Quebec justice from bench reasonable, court rules

TORONTO — A recommendation that a Quebec Superior Court justice be removed from the bench was reasonable, Federal Court ruled on Thursday in a long-running and complex judicial saga.
Climate change threatens crops, water for billions around globe: study

Climate change threatens crops, water for billions around globe: study

Canadian research is part of an extensive global climate change study that has found billions of the world's poorest people are at risk.