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Tropical depression forms in Atlantic Ocean — TORONTO - The second tropical depression of the Atlantic hurricane season has formed in the Atlantic Ocean. Tropical Depression Two is located east of the Lesser Antilles islands and moving westward at about 28 km/h.

What’s Ontario doing to stop first responder suicides? A report’s coming — TORONTO - What are government officials doing to stop first responders from killing themselves Well, the Ontario government has a report it's finalizing and may be ready for release in the next few weeks - about two years after the roundtable on job-related PTSD was first announced.
Jul 22, 2014

What’s Ontario doing to stop first responder suicides? A report’s coming

RCMP complete investigation into child python deaths — CAMPBELLTON, N.B. - The RCMP in New Brunswick say they have investigated the deaths of two boys who were asphyxiated by a python and have handed the case to the Crown to determine whether charges should be laid.

Weather Window, July 11-18 — We receive hundreds of amazing photos from across British Columbia every week for our Weather Window contest, and we want to share more of them with you. We hope you enjoy - and hope you'll continue to send your photos of B.C. to © Shaw Media, 2014

Brother of missing Brossard woman worries she may have been victim of violent crime — BROSSARD - Jian Lun Li and Jian Ying Li arrived from China almost three months ago and now call Montreal home. Since their arrival, they've dedicated their lives to one thing: finding their missing little sister. 42-year-old Jian Ping Li and her infant son Xiao Feng were reported missing in late April.
Jul 22, 2014

STORY: New development in case of missing Brossard woman Jian Ping Li. Brother worries his sister was killed.…

Foul play ruled out in death of 21-year-old man at Pemberton Music Festival — The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT) says foul play has been ruled out after a man died at the Pemberton Music Festival Friday night. Investigators were calling the death 'suspicious' but results have shown that is not the case. The victim has been identified as a 21-year-old Nick Phongsavath of Regina.

Human error led to Monday’s SkyTrain shut down: Translink to offer free transit day — VANCOUVER - Translink says it was human error that led to Monday's SkyTrain shut down, causing about five hours of commuter chaos. An experienced electrician was installing a new circuit breaker for the Evergreen Line at a power distribution panel when he accidentally tripped the main breaker feeding the critical systems at SkyTrain's operations centre, which caused a system-side shut down of train controls.

Missing man’s body found in Antigonish — HALIFAX - The body of a canoeist, who had been missing for nearly two days, has been recovered in Antigonish County, NS. The 33-year-old man was reported missing around 5:30 Sunday evening, after his canoe over turned at the Old Breakwater, near Bayfield.One of the two people in the canoe was able to make it to shore safely.

Nova Scotia RCMP buy new fleet of drones — HALIFAX -They only weigh 15 lbs. each, but a new fleet of drones is taking the fight against crime in Nova Scotia to the skies. "We refer to them as un-manned aerial systems because we keep the person in the loop as well because you need an operator for it" says RCMP Constable Mark Skinner.

Deadly fire prompts Moncton firefighters to monitor abandoned buildings in city — MONCTON - Eight months after a man was killed in a fire at a vacant building in downtown Moncton, fire officials say they focusing on monitoring abandoned buildings in the city. It's the believed the man was homeless and was using the building for shelter.

Red meat not so green: Study finds beef pollutes far more than other meat — WASHINGTON - Raising beef for the American dinner table does far more damage to the environment than producing pork, poultry, eggs or dairy, a new study says.

Number of thefts from cars jumps significantly in Abbotsford — With a 19 per cent increase in thefts from cars since the beginning of the year, the Abbotsford Police Department are reminding people to lock their doors. Thieves are targetting electronics, wallets, purses, identification, cash, registration documents, license plates and validation decals from cars.