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MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Convicted wife killer Colin Thatcher says he doesn’t think a new Saskatchewan law meant to stop criminals from keeping the money if they sell their crime stories applies to his new book.
The federal privacy commissioner has agreed to give Facebook one year to make the “complex” technical changes required to protect user privacy on its popular social networking site.
He hopes his life story — of the illiterate ex-hockey coach turned Conservative senator — can inspire others.
Nobody can say how Bob Lance made his way from Seattle to Billings earlier this year, not even Lance.
A Commons committee heard tearful pleas Wednesday from a Canadian woman who was stranded for months in Kenya, accused of being an impostor.
A Montreal couple accused of killing three of their daughters and the man’s first wife have lost a bid to maintain some contact with three of their other children.
MOOSE JAW, Sask. — Colin Thatcher says he’s resigned to the fact that he will always be labelled a convicted killer even though he’s made a new effort to proclaim his innocence in the murder of his ex-wife, JoAnn Wilson.
WINNIPEG — Manitoba is forming a joint police unit to review cases of murdered and missing women.
MONTREAL — Brian Mulroney wants a 25th anniversary bash next month marking his 1984 election win to be both a celebration and a bit of a reconciliation for his beloved Conservative party.
Faced with mounting public pressure, Manitoba’s top justice officials are expected to announce a task force to investigate the disappearance and murder of aboriginal women.
The Harper government is denying an accusation that its latest bid to avoid bringing former child soldier Omar Khadr home from a U.S. military prison smacks of racism.
The Toronto-area man who took part in a conspiracy to blow up prominent landmarks in the city’s downtown told court Tuesday he made “a huge mistake” as his lawyer asked for a two-year prison term for his client.
OTTAWA — Jack Layton says Stephen Harper just doesn’t seem to get how bad the unemployment situation is — and it could cost the prime minister his job.
CFB VALCARTIER, Que. — On a day of grim news from Afghanistan, Defence Minister Peter MacKay delivered a blunt message to the U.S. and other NATO allies: don’t look to Canada for more troops.
HOPE, B.C. — U.S. police say they should soon be able to paint a clearer picture of exactly what happened between Ryan Jenkins and his murdered ex-wife, but all signs still point to the former reality television contestant as the sole suspect in the gruesome crime.
A growing chorus of voices is calling for a provincial task force into missing aboriginal women in Manitoba after another young woman’s body was discovered on the outskirts of Winnipeg.
Conservatives and Liberals might want to think twice before plunging the country into another fall election, a new poll suggests.
Two grieving mothers have very different opinions at the end of a North American-wide manhunt for the reality show actor accused of killing a former swimsuit model then hanging himself in a seedy B.C. motel.
An eastern Ontario woman has become just the second person to swim across all five Great Lakes.
Saskatchewan voters in two ridings will go to the polls Sept. 21 for byelections called by Premier Brad Wall.