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Snow crab fishery's sustainability designation suspended in wake of whale deaths
Canada's lucrative Gulf of St. Lawrence snow crab fishery has had its certification as an environmentally sustainable fishery suspended. The London-based Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) announced Tuesday it was suspending the certification — a stamp ...
Right whale deaths cost Gulf snow crab fishery its designation as sustainableCTV News

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Feds table gun control bill, includes increased screening measures
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OTTAWA – The federal government has introduced a much-anticipated gun control bill that includes measures to enhance background checks for prospective gun owners and toughen some rules around the transportation of handguns. The bill also forces gun ...
Ottawa to force gun vendors to keep track of firearm salesThe Globe and Mail
Trudeau government introduces gun bill that would tighten control of sales,
In the news today, March 20The Daily Courier
Janet Austin appointed as BC's new lieutenant governor
Longtime community advocate Janet Austin has been named B.C.'s new lieutenant governor. The prime minister's office announced the appointment on Tuesday, calling Austin an "outstanding leader who has dedicated her career to improving the lives of ...
Janet Austin named British Columbia's new lieutenant-governorThe Globe and Mail
YWCA Metro Vancouver CEO is BC's new lieutenant-governorVancouver Sun

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Toronto woman, 27, slain in murder-suicide: police
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TORONTO -- A 27-year-old Toronto woman is the victim of what police are describing as a murder-suicide in the city. Police say they were called to a condo building in the north end of the city on March 6 and found a 30-year-old man dead on a balcony ...
Toronto police identify woman who died after she was found injured in
Toronto police release identity of woman found dead in North York

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Ontario police charge five kids in separate social-media threat probes
National Post
Five Ontario tweens and teens have been charged with threatening schools on social media as part of a “spike” in threats that followed last month's school shooting in Florida, provincial police said Tuesday. Sgt. Peter Leon said officers conducted six ...
OPP lay charges in 5 investigations into social media threats against

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3 charged with murder in death of Dartmouth man Derek Miles
Halifax Regional Police say they have charged three men with second-degree murder in the death of Derek Miles. Miles, 42, was found in medical distress in an apartment on Pinecrest Drive in north-end Dartmouth on Jan. 19. He died at the scene and the ...
Halifax police arrest 3rd man in connection with Derek Mills

Toronto Star
Suspects who allegedly assaulted man with autism believed to be from BC, police say
Toronto Star
Peel Regional Police say they have “credible information” to suggest the three men were visiting the GTA from British Columbia. Investigators Seeking Public's Assistance in a Vicious Assault. Info. Shopping. Tap to unmute. If playback doesn't begin ...
Suspects in attack on man with autism believed to be from BCІnsіdеr Cаr Nеws

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Human remains found near Whistler, BC, linked to missing Australian woman
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WHISTLER, B.C. -- RCMP say human remains linked to a missing Australian woman have been found near the resort town of Whistler, B.C.. Police say in a news release that Alison Raspa was reported missing last November. Visitors to Alpha Lake Park called ...
Body of missing Australian woman found in Whistler
Remains of Australian woman missing since November found in
Body found in Whistler
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Long-time London politician Ted Wernham dies
The London Free Press
Ted Wernham passed away suddenly Monday evening, his family confirmed. He was in his mid-60s. Wernham spent four terms on London city council, representing the former Ward 7, in the southwest corner of the city. He was first elected in 1985 and left ...

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