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Indigenous man reaches deal after being thrown out of Canadian Tire in Regina

REGINA — An Indigenous man who was accused of stealing and thrown out of a Canadian Tire store in Regina has reached a settlement with the retailer.
Timeline of events in the deaths of three people in northern B.C.

Timeline of events in the deaths of three people in northern B.C.

VANCOUVER — Three people are dead in northern B.C. and there is a major search stretching across Western Canada for two teens police say are suspects.
Finding plane in Labrador lake like looking for 'needle in the haystack': RCMP

Finding plane in Labrador lake like looking for 'needle in the haystack': RCMP

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The RCMP say the daunting size of the remote Labrador lake where a float plane crashed July 15 has complicated an ongoing underwater search for four missing men and the aircraft that was carrying them.
'He started giggling': Searchers rescue toddler from trench in Saskatchewan

'He started giggling': Searchers rescue toddler from trench in Saskatchewan

ANEROID, Sask. — A mother says her toddler is tired, a little scratched up and sunburned but otherwise fine after he spent a night in a muddy trench in southwestern Saskatchewan.

Samuel de Champlain monument will be re-installed in Orillia, with alterations

OTTAWA — A much-debated monument to Samuel de Champlain will be re-installed in an Ontario town with significant changes, Parks Canada announced Wednesday.
Quebec to clamp down on cannabis candies in effort to protect kids

Quebec to clamp down on cannabis candies in effort to protect kids

MONTREAL — Quebecers hoping to buy cannabis chocolates, jujubes and other sweets after they become legal in Canada will be out of luck as the provincial government has decided to ban their sale.

Man planned to kill ex, not her uncle, appeal court says in changing conviction

TORONTO — Ontario's top court says a Toronto man who planned to kill his estranged wife but ended up killing her uncle instead should not be convicted of first-degree murder because the uncle was not the plot's intended target.
Canada invests $85M into advanced satellites to connect rural, remote regions

Canada invests $85M into advanced satellites to connect rural, remote regions

OTTAWA — The federal government is spending $85 million to help develop advanced satellite technology with hopes it will one day expand access to affordable, high-speed internet to some of Canada's hardest-to-reach regions.