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Canadian police search for killer of indigenous people
Canadian police searched into a fourth day on Wednesday for the remaining suspect in a stabbing spree in which 10 people were killed in and around an indigenous community, rattling a country unaccustomed to mass violence. OTTAWA : Canadian police searched into a fourth day on Wednesday for the remaining suspect in a stabbing spree in which 10 people were killed in and around an indigenous community, rattling a country unaccustomed to mass violence. Myles Sanderson , 30,...
Updated: 09/07/2022
Canada’s prime minister vows to work with family of Indigenous woman
... of the prime minister Justin Trudeau called the attacks shocking and heartbreaking and said he had spoken to the leadership of the James Smith Cree Nation and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe to pledge his government's support. Trudeau said at the Ottawa airport that the federal government will be there with the resources necessary in this time of crisis, but we ll continue to work as partners in the weeks, months and years to come through grieving and healing.
Updated: 09/06/2022
Canadian police find dead in mass stabbing spree, one suspect at large
... threats. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the attacks shocking and heartbreaking and said he had spoken with the leadership of the James Smith Cree Nation and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe to pledge his government's support. Trudeau said at the Ottawa airport that the federal government will be there with the resources necessary right now in this time of crisis, but also will continue to work as partners in the weeks, months and years to come through grieving and healing. In an unrelated incident ...
Updated: 09/05/2022
Mass violence continues in Canada as police hunt for suspects
Canadian police scoured Saskatchewan and neighbouring provinces on Monday night in a major manhunt for two fugitives suspected of carrying out a stabbing spree that killed 10 people and wounded 15 others. OTTAWA: Canadian police scoured Saskatchewan and neighbouring provinces on Monday night in a major manhunt for two fugitives suspected of carrying out a stabbing spree that killed 10 people and wounded 15 others. Mass violence is one of the deaths in ...
Updated: 09/05/2022
Canadian police hunt for two suspected killers
Canadian police said on Sunday that they were on the hunt for two suspects who were believed to have killed 10 people and injured 15 others in stabbings in the province of Saskatchewan. OTTAWA -- Canadian police said on Sunday that they were on the hunt for two suspects who were believed to have killed 10 people and injured 15 others in stabbings in the province of Saskatchewan. The two suspects, Damien Sanderson and Myles Sanderson ...
Updated: 09/04/2022
Canada plans to double homebuilding by next decade
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday that Canada is moving ahead with a rent-to-own housing program, and he also set out $2 billion worth of spending for a plan to double homebuilding over the next decade. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday that Canada is moving ahead with a rent-to-own housing program, and he also set out $2 billion worth of spending for a plan to double homebuilding over the next decade. This video did not load, and we apologize for it. You can see other...
Updated: 09/01/2022
Rogers outage relevant to upcoming Shaw takeover hearings
The OTTAWAaus Inc. July 8 service outage is relevant to the upcoming hearings on the telecom giant's $26 billion takeover of Shaw Communications Inc. The OTTAWA -- Canada's Competition Tribunal has ruled that Rogers Communications Inc. July 8 service outage is relevant to the upcoming hearings on the telecom giant's $26 billion takeover of Shaw Communications Inc. We apologize, but this video hasn't ...
Updated: 08/30/2022
Canadian Prime Minister slams abusive verbal attack on deputy prime minister
In this file photo dated October 26, 2021, 2020, 2021: Canada's deputy prime minister and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland speaks at a press conference in Ottawa, Canada. In this file photo dated October 26, 2021, Canada's deputy prime minister and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland speaks at a press conference in Ottawa, Canada. LARS HAGBERG AFP Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned an ...
Updated: 08/29/2022
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