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CP NewsAlert: Former Montreal Alouettes owner Robert Wetenhall passes away

Bob Wetenhall, who owned the Montreal Alouettes for over 20 years before being inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame, has died. A CFL source requesting anonymity told The Canadian Press of the news Monday night.
Two dead, one injured in Sask. First Nation shooting; police arrest suspect

Two dead, one injured in Sask. First Nation shooting; police arrest suspect

MELFORT, Sask. — A manhunt that followed the weekend shooting deaths of two people in a home on a Saskatchewan First Nation has ended with the arrest of the suspect.

Seismologist says computer glitch led to false reports about earthquake in B.C.

KITIMAT, B.C. — A government seismologist says a magnitude 6.5 earthquake reported in British Columbia on Monday never happened.
Father suspected in nearly week-long disappearance of son faces weapons charge

Father suspected in nearly week-long disappearance of son faces weapons charge

MONTREAL — A 36-year-old Quebec man who became the subject of a provincewide manhunt after his three-year-old son went missing is now facing a weapons-related charge in the case.
Parties' leaders pledge to support workers with more benefits

Parties' leaders pledge to support workers with more benefits

OTTAWA — The three main federal party leaders marked Labour Day with promises of better working conditions and more benefits for Canadian workers, along with additional supports for businesses.
Quebec introduces pilot project for free youth protection mediation service

Quebec introduces pilot project for free youth protection mediation service

MONTREAL — A new pilot project in Quebec is encouraging parents to seek mediation and solutions outside legal procedures for the better good of children.
9/11 terrorist attacks, ensuing war propelled Canada's military into 21st century

9/11 terrorist attacks, ensuing war propelled Canada's military into 21st century

OTTAWA — Andrew Leslie clearly remembers the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.
Forest company, RCMP, old-growth defenders due in court this month for four hearings

Forest company, RCMP, old-growth defenders due in court this month for four hearings

VICTORIA — The ongoing battle over old-growth forests on southern Vancouver Island is heading back to court where a forest company will seek to extend an injunction order and the RCMP and protesters will face off over police powers.
Kovrig, Spavor supporters march in support of freeing the prisoners, as China objects

Kovrig, Spavor supporters march in support of freeing the prisoners, as China objects

OTTAWA — As Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor mark 1,000 days in separate Chinese prisons, their supporters took to the streets of Ottawa and beyond on Sunday to push for their freedom.
Twenty years later, Canadians reflect on their efforts after the 9/11 attacks

Twenty years later, Canadians reflect on their efforts after the 9/11 attacks

Calgary firefighter Mark Turik recalls standing at Ground Zero in January 2002, watching a group of police officers as they surrounded a body pulled from the rubble of the World Trade Center.