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Seeking to explain Nova Scotia shootings: Inside the 'threat-sensitive brain'

Seeking to explain Nova Scotia shootings: Inside the 'threat-sensitive brain'

HALIFAX — More than seven weeks after a man disguised as a Mountie killed 22 people in rural Nova Scotia, the RCMP have finally hinted at what may have motivated one of the worst mass killings in Canadian history. Last week, RCMP Supt.
A look at actions the Liberal government has taken to counter racism

A look at actions the Liberal government has taken to counter racism

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is promising to do more to address issues of systemic racism in Canada in the wake of protests demanding immediate change.
N.L. medical examiner confirms body of missing fisherman has been found

N.L. medical examiner confirms body of missing fisherman has been found

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — The RCMP say the body of a Newfoundland fisherman who died with three others when their boat sank last month has officially been identified.
Most regions outside Toronto-Hamilton area moving to Stage 2 of reopening

Most regions outside Toronto-Hamilton area moving to Stage 2 of reopening

TORONTO — Most Ontario regions outside the Toronto area will be allowed to open more businesses and activities Friday, including restaurant patios, hair salons and swimming pools as the province takes a regional approach to reopening.
Military helicopter did not respond as expected before crash: investigators

Military helicopter did not respond as expected before crash: investigators

OTTAWA — Military investigators are focusing on "aircraft systems and human factors" after determining the Cyclone helicopter that crashed off the coast of Greece in April did not respond as the crew expected before slamming into the Mediterranean Se
New moms told go work to get EI parental benefits after jobs lost to COVID-19

New moms told go work to get EI parental benefits after jobs lost to COVID-19

OTTAWA — Alexis Adams is joyful about the arrival of her third daughter but she is also concerned about how to pay for another maternity leave that is, like her daughter, barely a week old.
U.S. border rules loosening to allow family reunifications: Trudeau

U.S. border rules loosening to allow family reunifications: Trudeau

OTTAWA — Canada's ban on non-essential crossings of the U.S.-Canada border is being loosened slightly to allow some families to reunite, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Monday morning.
Possible motivation and the street protests continue; In The News for June 8

Possible motivation and the street protests continue; In The News for June 8

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of June 8 ... --- What we are watching in Canada ...

Ministers concerned by brutality claims during Indigenous chief's arrest

Canada's public safety minister says the government will be paying close attention to the independent inquiry into allegations of racism and police brutality brought forward by a First Nations chief, while another minister called the chief's account
Thousands attend anti-racism, anti-police brutality march in downtown Montreal

Thousands attend anti-racism, anti-police brutality march in downtown Montreal

MONTREAL — Thousands hit Montreal streets again Sunday to speak out in turn against racism, systemic discrimination and police brutality, following other Canadian communities that held marches this weekend.