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Wind, pilot decisions were factors in 2016 seaplane crash in B.C.: TSB

RICHMOND, B.C. — Gusty crosswinds and poor decision-making by the pilot are blamed for causing the hard landing of a float plane on British Columbia's north coast that seriously injured one person.
Corporate Canada urged to up its game in promoting NAFTA with Americans

Corporate Canada urged to up its game in promoting NAFTA with Americans

OTTAWA — For all of Canada's efforts to promote the North American Free Trade Agreement on U.S. soil, there are concerns one important voice from the north has been a little quieter than the rest: Canadian business.

Man grabbed boy by throat in Kingston, Ont., road rage incident, police allege

KINGSTON, Ont. — A 46-year-old man is facing charges after allegedly attacking a child in a road rage incident in eastern Ontario. Police say the accused was the passenger in a car that had been driving through a Kingston, Ont.

Kingston, Ont., woman, 42, charged after being found naked in stranger's bathtub

KINGSTON, Ont. — Police say a woman is facing charges after she was found lounging naked in a stranger's bathtub in Kingston, Ont. They say that when the complainant arrived home on Sunday evening, she found the nude woman in the unfilled tub.
New research suggests winds of change blow even for black holes

New research suggests winds of change blow even for black holes

EDMONTON — The winds of change blow, even around a black hole.
Lawyers slam 'de-facto expulsion' of university student guilty of sex charge

Lawyers slam 'de-facto expulsion' of university student guilty of sex charge

CALGARY — The Criminal Trial Lawyers' Association is criticizing what it calls the de-facto expulsion of a University of Calgary student convicted of a sexual offence.

Five-year prison term upheld for 'vigilante' cop over gun-planting plan

TORONTO — A rogue Hamilton police officer who plotted to have a gun planted at a suspect's home had his perjury and obstruction of justice convictions upheld Monday along with his five-year prison sentence. In dismissing an appeal from former det.
Sears employees, pensioners alarmed by insolvency fees, lawyers say

Sears employees, pensioners alarmed by insolvency fees, lawyers say

TORONTO — Sears Canada pensioners, former and current employees say the nearly $52.
Guilty plea: Court told man left mother on floor for days before she died

Guilty plea: Court told man left mother on floor for days before she died

WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg man has admitted to leaving his 89-year-old mother, covered in her own feces and urine, lying on the floor of the home they shared for several days until she died.
96 victim impact statements entered in sentencing for killer of Winnipeg teen

96 victim impact statements entered in sentencing for killer of Winnipeg teen

WINNIPEG — A sentencing hearing for a Winnipeg man who admitted he murdered a teenager and stuffed his body in a garbage bin will go ahead with all 96 victim impact statements.