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Campers In Notorious Surrey, B.C., Neighbourhood To Move To Temporary Housing

Campers In Notorious Surrey, B.C., Neighbourhood To Move To Temporary Housing

SURREY, B.C. — A long-time tent encampment for the homeless in Surrey, B.C., could begin shutting down as supportive housing and shelter beds are opened up in the Vancouver suburb.

Campers In Notorious Surrey, B.C., Neighbourhood To Move To Temporary Housing

Crown Wants Two-year Prison Term For Quebec Man Who Sexually Assaulted Student

Crown Wants Two-year Prison Term For Quebec Man Who Sexually Assaulted Student

 A Crown prosecutor has recommended that a schizophrenic Quebec man who pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a female university student be sentenced to two years in prison.

Crown Wants Two-year Prison Term For Quebec Man Who Sexually Assaulted Student

I Didn't Consent, Woman Tells Court Martial Of Halifax Military Cop

I Didn't Consent, Woman Tells Court Martial Of Halifax Military Cop

HALIFAX — A military officer has told a Halifax court martial she did not consent to sex with a military policeman charged with sexual assault.

I Didn't Consent, Woman Tells Court Martial Of Halifax Military Cop

Toronto Police Allege 57-Year-Old Man Pushed Another Man To His Death

Toronto Police Allege 57-Year-Old Man Pushed Another Man To His Death

Toronto police say a 57-year-old man faces a first-degree murder charge in the death of a man who was apparently pushed in front of a train at one of the city's busiest subway stations Monday morning.

Toronto Police Allege 57-Year-Old Man Pushed Another Man To His Death

Global Refugee Numbers Reach New High, U.S. And Canada Take In Record Numbers

Global Refugee Numbers Reach New High, U.S. And Canada Take In Record Numbers

 

The annual Global Trends report from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees shows the world total of displaced people was 68.5 million last year.

Global Refugee Numbers Reach New High, U.S. And Canada Take In Record Numbers

Opioid Death Toll Nearly 4,000 Last Year, New Data Shows

Opioid Death Toll Nearly 4,000 Last Year, New Data Shows
New government figures show that nearly 4,000 Canadians died from apparent opioid overdoses last year, with men the most likely victims and fentanyl the clear culprit.

Opioid Death Toll Nearly 4,000 Last Year, New Data Shows