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Vancouver property developer accused of embezzlement in China
Saturday, 05.02.2015, 06:44pm
Prominent Vancouver developer Mo Yeung (Michael) Ching lost his bid for refugee status because he is wanted by Chinese authorities for embezzlement, according to Immigration and Refugee Board documents obtained by CBC. Ching's lawyer has issued denials.
Iqaluit standoff ends with no injuries
Saturday, 05.02.2015, 02:22pm
RCMP in Iqaluit are responding to the community's second armed standoff in the span of a week.
Taxi driver dies after multi-vehicle crash in Calgary
Saturday, 05.02.2015, 01:06pm
Calgary police say alcohol and speed are being investigated as the causes of a fatal crash at the intersection of Macleod Trail and 12th Avenue SE that killed a taxi driver and injured five others early Saturday morning.
Alberta election: Notley, Jean look to unseat Prentice
Saturday, 05.02.2015, 11:00am
They started out as political underdogs, but NDP Leader Rachel Notley and Wildrose Leader Brian Jean are emerging as serious challengers to the Progressive Conservatives' 44-year-long grip on Alberta politics just days before the provincial election.
4 rookie leaders add dash of uncertainty to P.E.I.'s accountability election
Saturday, 05.02.2015, 09:00am
With a history of alternating between Liberal and Conservative governments, this should probably be the Tories' turn. But with each of the four main parties on the island having brand new, untried leaders, Monday's vote is not easy to call.
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The 44 Special Action Force (SAF) commandos killed in the Maguindanao clash with Moro rebels last Sunday will receive the Bravery Medal or the Medalya ng Katapangan, one of the highest recognition given by the Philippine National Police.



 
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