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Winnipeg trial hears search for 'serial killer' definition found on killer's computer

Winnipeg trial hears search for 'serial killer' definition found on killer's computer

WINNIPEG — A police analyst tasked with going through the computer of a Winnipeg man who admitted to killing four women found internet searches for what it means to be a serial killer.
Freeland says capital gains proposal will be tabled before summer break

Freeland says capital gains proposal will be tabled before summer break

OTTAWA — The Liberal government will bring its proposal to increase the inclusion rate on capital gains to the House of Commons before the parliamentary summer break, Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said Tuesday.
Cooler, wetter weather reduces wildfire activity in northeast B.C.

Cooler, wetter weather reduces wildfire activity in northeast B.C.

VANCOUVER — The BC Wildfire Service says cooler, wetter conditions are allowing crews to make progress in their firefight in the province's northeast where thousands of evacuees remain out of their homes for a second week.
Trudeau: International Criminal Court push to prosecute Israel and Hamas 'unhelpful'

Trudeau: International Criminal Court push to prosecute Israel and Hamas 'unhelpful'

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau opted against taking a stance on a push from the International Criminal Court to prosecute the Israeli prime minister and Hamas leaders over the war in the Gaza Strip Tuesday.
Canadian Premier League side York United FC fire head coach Martin Nash

Canadian Premier League side York United FC fire head coach Martin Nash

TORONTO — York United FC, which sits fifth in the eight-team Canadian Premier League at 2-3-1, has fired coach Martin Nash. Assistant coach Mauro Eustaquio has been named interim coach during the search for a permanent replacement.
Manitoba woman charged after theft and pursuit of septic truck

Manitoba woman charged after theft and pursuit of septic truck

STE. ROSE DU LAC, Man. — It could have been a really big mess, but police say there were no injuries after a Manitoba woman allegedly stole a septic truck and at one point veered into oncoming traffic with officers in pursuit. RCMP in Ste.
Judge says Quebec's language law regarding court translations is 'inoperable'

Judge says Quebec's language law regarding court translations is 'inoperable'

MONTREAL — A Quebec court judge has declared inoperable a portion of the province's language law that requires English-language court decisions to be immediately translated into French.
Canada defeats host Turkey 3-1 at men's Volleyball Nations League

Canada defeats host Turkey 3-1 at men's Volleyball Nations League

ANTALYA, Türkiye — Stephen Maar had a match-high 24 points as Canada opened play at the men's Volleyball Nations League with a 3-1 win over host Turkey on Tuesday.
Manitoba's cut to youth summer job program leaves some groups scrambling

Manitoba's cut to youth summer job program leaves some groups scrambling

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba government said it was open to discussions Tuesday after facing criticism for cutting support to a major summer job program.
Cozens scores second of game in OT as Canada outlasts Czechia at hockey worlds

Cozens scores second of game in OT as Canada outlasts Czechia at hockey worlds

PRAGUE, Czechia — Dylan Cozens says he's having a blast at the world hockey championship, and his enthusiasm is showing up on the scoresheet.