RCMP investigate bomb threat at courthouse in Steinbach, Man.

Police are investigating a bomb threat phoned into the court in Steinbach, Man. Thursday.
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Man charged with armed assault after incident at Sandbanks Provincial Park
OPP were called to Sandbanks Provincial Park for an alleged armed assault on Monday.
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Woman charged with impaired driving after drinking at Muskoka establishment, not taking taxi
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Chris Pratt, Katherine Schwarzenegger greet baby daughter
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Lille to unveil Canada’s Jonathan David as its newest signing, source says
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Vernon, B.C., teen to be licensed to fly before she’s licensed to drive
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Police investigating after insults, expletives yelled at Catherine McKenna’s staff
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Parr family donates over $9 million to Western University for students’ mental health
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C. difficile outbreak declared at Peterborough Regional Health Centre
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WATCH: Ministers, top public servant to be grilled by ethics committee on We Charity
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Manitoba RCMP to give update on Portage la Prairie homicide tied to Winnipeg arson
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Hextall on Hockey: Winnipeg Jets select 10th after Rangers get lucky draft ball
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2 taken to hospital after collision at Saskatchewan Drive and Broad Street in Regina
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$76M in additonal teachers needed for elementary school return in Hamilton: report
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Suspect arrested after manhunt near Vilna, Alta.
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Child dead, another in life-threatening condition after 3 people struck by a vehicle in Etobicoke
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Trump claims some men ‘insulted’ by Biden’s promise to select female running mate
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Active coronavirus cases in Waterloo Region rise to 25
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Guelph traffic stop leads police to find $32K in fentanyl
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2 children seriously injured after being hit by vehicle in Etobicoke
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For back-to-school in the COVID era, let’s get school outside
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U.K. firms warn Washington tariffs may impede free-trade talks
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Any attacks on freed prisoners will jeopardize peace talks, Taliban warns
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‘Botanical sexism’ could be why your allergies keep getting worse
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Quebec reports 91 coronavirus cases as new infection numbers continue to drop
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Havelock house fire being investigated as arson: Peterborough County OPP
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Family Doctor Killed In Brazen Attack At Alberta Medical Clinic
RED DEER, Alta. — Mounties say they anticipate charges will be laid after a man was killed Monday in a violent attack at a medical clinic in central Alberta.A witness told media outlets that it was her family doctor who was slain at the walk-in clinic in Red Deer, and that the suspect had a hammer and a machete.Supt. Gerald Grobmeier held a news conference Monday night but wouldn’t confirm details. He says a suspect is in custody and charges are likely.Grobmeier says other staff and patients were in the Village Mall Walk-In Clinic at the time of the attack and will likely suffer trauma because of what they saw.READ MORE What Canada’s Antibody Testing Teaches Us About ‘Herd Immunity’ Ottawa Agrees To Slash Environmental Oversight In Alberta’s Oilsands Will A New Law Bring 'American-Style' Health Care To Alberta? Grobmeier describes it as an isolated but extremely brazen crime.“I am sickened to learn that a member of our community died in such a violent tragedy,” he said.“My heart goes out to the family ... no one expects that.” Grobmeier said one officer was struck with a blunt weapon during the arrest, and was treated for minor injuries.Saddened to learn of this horrendous and fatal attack on a Red Deer doctor.Can't imagine the pain and sorrow his family and clinic staff are now going through.On behalf of all Albertans, our deepest condolences go out to them.https://t.co/yKDHs2zkX8— Jason Kenney (@jkenney) August 10, 2020Premier Jason Kenney and Health Minister Tyler Shandro both tweeted that they were saddened to hear about the fatal attack on the doctor.Dr. Christine Molnar, president of the Alberta Medical Association, said in a statement that the organization will be reaching out to local medical staff for support.This report by The Canadian Press was first published Aug. 11, 2020.Also on HuffPost:
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A pilot living in Canada was able to pull together a rescue flight for Africans stuck in China
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Oil cleanup continues on Mauritian coast as liability probed
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Huge fireball erupts in Russian city of Volgograd as electricity ignites fuel tanker
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Former Queen’s student Taylor Haas found not guilty of sexual assault
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Stocks open higher, pushing S&P 500 closer to record high
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Trump blames Spanish Flu for ending Second World War — 2 decades later
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Ontario reports just 33 new cases of COVID-19, no new deaths
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