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Son of senior police officer charged in Calgary's worst mass murder

CALGARY - Calgary police say the son of one of their own is a suspect in the worst mass murder in the city's history, a bloody and baffling attack on a group of university students at a house party.

Four people injured in random stabbing in Regina, youth suspect in custody

REGINA - An average day in a downtown Regina shopping centre turned terrifying Tuesday when a young man in a red bandana started randomly stabbing people near him.

High river levels force evacuations in several Quebec communities

MONTREAL - Several rivers have overflowed their banks in Quebec, forcing evacuations in multiple locations.

Poilievre open to considering Senate proposals for changing election bill

OTTAWA - Pierre Poilievre says he's open to considering nine recommendations from a Senate committee for changing his controversial overhaul of election laws.

Student stabbed at Toronto-area school; 3 male teens arrested

BRAMPTON, Ont. - Police say a stabbing at a Toronto-area high school sent a 17-year-old male student to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Critics say Ottawa missing critical opportunity to bolster apprenticeships

OTTAWA - Stakeholders are disappointed that the Conservative government has declared its massive new federal-provincial infrastructure project open for business - with nary a mention of apprenticeships.

Calgary stabbing suspect charged with 5 counts of 1st degree murder

CALGARY - Calgary police have charged a 22-year-old man in the stabbing deaths of five people.

Canadian Press NewsAlert: Calgary stabbing suspect charged with 5 counts of murder

CALGARY - Calgary police have charged 22-year-old Matthew Douglas de Grood with five counts of first-degree murder.

Police say no criminal charges for Nigel Wright; Harper likely breathing easier

OTTAWA - Stephen Harper was likely breathing a little easier Tuesday after RCMP investigators declared they would not be pursuing criminal charges against Nigel Wright, the prime minister's former chief of staff.

CSA head says business as usual on space station, despite sanctions against Russia

MONTREAL - The head of the Canadian Space Agency says sanctions taken against Russia for its invasion of Crimea are not affecting operations on the International Space Station.

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