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Several injured as Tornado tears through Ottawa and Gatineau, Que.

Several injured as Tornado tears through Ottawa and Gatineau, Que.A tornado ripped through the Ottawa area Friday afternoon, damaging homes and vehicles and sending several people to hospital as severe thunderstorms and high wind gusts also pounded southern Ontario. The Ottawa Hospital said in a tweet late Friday night that it was treating six people with storm related injuries, including two who were in critical condition, one with serious injuries, and the others listed as either stable or in fair condition. Extensive damage to houses was reported by residents in Ottawa and in nearby Dunrobin.


Saskatchewan RCMP charge man in abduction that sparked Amber Alert last Sunday

Saskatchewan RCMP charge man in abduction that sparked Amber Alert last SundaySaskatchewan RCMP have arrested a man following an investigation into the abduction of a girl who was in a stolen vehicle that sparked an Amber Alert last Sunday. Emma O'Keeffe had been left in the back of her parents' running Mercedes that was taken from outside a strip mall in North Battleford. Police say Johnathan Gunville, who is 19, has been charged with abducting a child, unlawful confinement, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, theft of a motor vehicle and other offences.


Jury finds man guilty of first-degree murder in Calgary woman's death

Jury finds man guilty of first-degree murder in Calgary woman's deathLoved ones of a Calgary woman brutally killed in Feburary 2015 sobbed and held each other after a jury found Curtis Healy guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Dawns Baptiste. "I'm still shaking," cousin Verlyn Baptiste said outside court Friday. Several of Baptiste's loved ones were in the gallery, many wearing T-shirts with a photo of the smiling pink-haired, bespectacled woman.


B.C. premier apologizes for removal of 1950s totem pole at Canada-U.S. border

B.C. premier apologizes for removal of 1950s totem pole at Canada-U.S. borderThree First Nations in British Columbia gathered Friday to raise a restored replica totem pole at a Canada-U.S. border crossing — a decade after it was removed by the province without notice. The Semiahmoo, Kwakwaka'wakw and Haida nations say the pole symbolizing the grizzly bear was raised near the Peace Arch crossing in the 1950s but taken down without consultation in 2008 to make way for a new tourism centre. Members of the three nations held a ceremony at Peace Arch Provincial Park and said the removal of the pole was undignified and ignored their traditions.


Women in B.C. to have access to breast density info when screened for cancer

Women in B.C. to have access to breast density info when screened for cancerWomen in British Columbia will soon get breast density information after having a mammogram, which can lead to the screening test missing cancer. Health Minister Adrian Dix said B.C. is the first province to share breast density mammogram results with all women to better inform and support the monitoring of breast health. Colin Mar, the breast screening program's medical director, said Friday breast density is one in a number of risk factors for cancer.


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