2 OPP officers arrested in connection with ongoing towing probe

Ontario Provincial Police say two of their officers were recently arrested on breach of trust charges.
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One year later: How the Nova Scotia mass shooting shook and changed a province forever
Thirteen hours later, the events of those two days would give Nova Scotia a distinction no one wanted: Canada's most deadliest rampage killing.
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Suspect in 2019 Valentine's Day Kamloops crime spree dies in custody
Robert Rennie, 33, had a bail hearing the day before his death, which was adjourned.
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Indianapolis’ Sikh community calls for U.S. gun reforms after Fedex shooting
Members of Indianapolis’ tight-knit Sikh community joined with city officials to call for gun reforms Saturday as they mourned the deaths of four Sikhs who were among the eight people killed in a mass shooting at a FedEx warehouse. At a vigil attended by more than 200 at an Indianapolis park Saturday evening, Aasees Kaur,...
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Feds extend mobile health units in Ontario amid new COVID-19 restrictions, cases
The strict new measures drew furious criticism as the number of infected people in hospital reached record levels, prompting the provincial government to reconsider the clampdown.
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Port of Montreal longshoremen begin a series of strikes
They will cease work on Saturdays and Sundays for an unlimited period, but will not put up pickets.
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Experts find more evidence COVID-19 is airborne, warn of indoor spaces
A report published from leading experts found evidence that the disease was spreading through aerosols -- tiny airborne particles that come from people's mouths when they breathe.
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