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10/3: Canada Covered

Jul 31, 2019

On July 15, a young couple, Chynna Deese from North Carolina, and Lucas Fowler from Sydney, Australia, were found dead on the Alaska Highway in northern British Columbia.

Four days later, the body of 64-year-old Leonard Dyck a lecturer at the University of British Columbia, was found 475 kilometres from the first crime...

Jul 30, 2019

While Australian regulators have banned chiropractors from working on babies, the practice is growing in Canada.

And with some training to practice spine manipulation on babies limited to 12 hours over the course of a weekend, some in the Canadian medical community are concerned.

We look at the justification for the...

Jul 25, 2019

One of the knocks against the federal Conservative party, rightly or wrongly, is that it’s not friendly to women.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has tried to play up this division with initiatives like a gender-balanced cabinet, and targeting the party of Andrew Scheer over issues like abortion.

We look at how some...

Jul 23, 2019

A known killer walks out of a mental health facility on a day pass. He doesn’t return and it’s believed he has fled to China. The public isn’t even told this has happened for 11 days.

You’d be forgiven for asking what the heck happened here. Because it did happen in Toronto, and officials are still...

Jul 18, 2019

With Canadians set to go to the polls this fall, the feds have unveiled plans detailing how they would respond to an attack on our democracy.

Authorities in our country have watched the fallout from recent elections in countries like France and the United States and say they want to avoid any similar issues here.