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'Damn, so close': UBC looks into professor's social media after Trump rally shooting

'Damn, so close': UBC looks into professor's social media after Trump rally shooting

VANCOUVER — The University of British Columbia says it is "aware" of a social media post that was apparently made by a professor at its faculty of medicine shortly after the attempted assassination of former U.S. president Donald Trump.
'Freedom Convoy' organizer Pat King will not testify at his trial: Crown

'Freedom Convoy' organizer Pat King will not testify at his trial: Crown

OTTAWA — The Crown attorney in the criminal mischief trial against "Freedom Convoy" organizer Pat King says the defendant will not testify.
Quebec RCMP seize 63 kilograms of cocaine stashed inside grand piano, arrest four

Quebec RCMP seize 63 kilograms of cocaine stashed inside grand piano, arrest four

MONTREAL — Quebec RCMP say they seized 62.7 kilograms of cocaine hidden in the walls of a grand piano during searches in the Lanaudière region and the Sherbrooke, Que., area.
Canadian Coast Guard investigating source of motor oil spill in Montreal river

Canadian Coast Guard investigating source of motor oil spill in Montreal river

MONTREAL — The Canadian Coast Guard says it's still investigating the source of a motor oil spill the length of several city blocks in the St. Lawrence River near the Montreal east-end neighbourhood of Pointe-aux-Trembles.
Trucker who caused Broncos crash applies to have permanent resident status returned

Trucker who caused Broncos crash applies to have permanent resident status returned

CALGARY — The truck driver who caused the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash has applied to have his permanent resident status returned.
Wholesale trade falls in May as manufacturing sales tick up: Statistics Canada

Wholesale trade falls in May as manufacturing sales tick up: Statistics Canada

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says wholesale sales, excluding petroleum, petroleum products, and other hydrocarbons and excluding oilseed and grain, fell 0.8 per cent to $82.2 billion in May.
In the news today: Shooting puts focus on convention security

In the news today: Shooting puts focus on convention security

Here is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to bring you up to speed...
Trudeau says he spoke with Trump Sunday after shooting, condemned political violence

Trudeau says he spoke with Trump Sunday after shooting, condemned political violence

OTTAWA — The Prime Minister's office says Justin Trudeau spoke this afternoon with former president Donald Trump in the wake of a deadly shooting at one of his campaign rallies on Saturday.
Canadian security employ "increased vigilance" after Trump rally shooting: LeBlanc

Canadian security employ "increased vigilance" after Trump rally shooting: LeBlanc

Canada's security apparatus is "exercising increased vigilance" in the wake of this weekend's deadly shooting at former U.S. president Donald Trump's rally in Pennsylvania, the federal public safety minister said Sunday.
'Fraying democracy:' Trump rally shooting highlights polarized political climate

'Fraying democracy:' Trump rally shooting highlights polarized political climate

WASHINGTON, D. C. — The image is a stark one: former U.S. president Donald Trump pumping his fist into the air with an American flag in the background as blood trickles down the side of his face following a shooting at a campaign rally.
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