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The family of a man who died in an ATV crash in Ontario’s cottage country in 2012 is relieved the RCMP is looking into what happened around their son’s death after a highly criticized OPP investigation left them with more questions than answers.The family of a man who died in an ATV crash in Ontario’s cottage country in 2012 is relieved the RCMP is looking into what happened around their son’s death after a highly criticized OPP investigation left them with more questions than answers.

As his 25-year political career draws to a close, former Conservative cabinet minister turned Independent MP Tony Clement has had time to reflect on the “humiliating” sexting scandal that crumbled his reputation.As his 25-year political career draws to a close, former Conservative cabinet minister turned Independent MP Tony Clement has had time to reflect on the “humiliating” sexting scandal that crumbled his reputation.

‘Shame and guilt:’ Clement reflects on the events that crumbled his political career | CTV News

Vancouver Police traffic enforcement officers checked vehicle registrations of several Hells Angels, prompting East End chapter president John Bryce to head out to talk to police.Vancouver Police traffic enforcement officers checked vehicle registrations of several Hells Angels, prompting East End chapter president John Bryce to head out to talk to police.

Hells Angels hold annual ‘Screwy ride’ to honour slain East End biker | Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Police traffic enforcement officers checked vehicle registrations of several Hells Angels, prompting East End chapter president John Bryce to head out to talk to police.Vancouver Police traffic enforcement officers checked vehicle registrations of several Hells Angels, prompting East End chapter president John Bryce to head out to talk to police.

Hells Angels hold annual ‘Screwy ride’ to honour slain East End biker | Vancouver Sun

Electricity has been mostly restored on Vancouver Island after strong winds toppled trees and knocked out power lines, but ferry cancellations mean some customers could be without power overnight.. . .Electricity has been mostly restored on Vancouver Island after strong winds toppled trees and knocked out power lines, but ferry cancellations mean some customers could be without power overnight.. . .

Power restored to most after storm, but ferry cancellations mean some will have to wait | Times Colonist

"I usually think of one year anniversary of things, they go away and you think about them that day," Nipawin Fire Chief Brian Starkell said. "But really that tragedy has not gone away at all.""I usually think of one year anniversary of things, they go away and you think about them that day," Nipawin Fire Chief Brian Starkell said. "But really that tragedy has not gone away at all."

‘It was a slap in the face’: First responders recall horror of Humboldt crash on anniversary | Globalnews.ca

The service led by the team's pastor was held at the Humboldt arena, where rows of yellow banners hung above the main entrance with the names of all 29 people who were on the bus that day.The service led by the team's pastor was held at the Humboldt arena, where rows of yellow banners hung above the main entrance with the names of all 29 people who were on the bus that day.

Humboldt marks one year since Broncos tragedy | Globalnews.ca

With the U.K. once again days away from a deadline for leaving the European Union, May pressured opposition lawmakers to help her find a compromise agreement instead, saying voters “expect their politicians to work together when the national interest demands it.”With the U.K. once again days away from a deadline for leaving the European Union, May pressured opposition lawmakers to help her find a compromise agreement instead, saying voters “expect their politicians to work together when the national interest demands it.”

Rejected Brexit deal unlikely to pass ‘in near future,’ Theresa May concedes - National | Globalnews.ca

The British Prime Minister said Saturday that the longer it takes to find a compromise with the Labour Party, the less likely it is Britain will leave the EUThe British Prime Minister said Saturday that the longer it takes to find a compromise with the Labour Party, the less likely it is Britain will leave the EU

Britain’s Theresa May says greater risk of no Brexit the longer it takes to find compromise - The Globe and Mail

The public wish for a – satisfactory – conclusion to the Brexit process. This does not necessarily mean that they want a no-deal Brexit, nor that they approve of the prime minister’s unpopular deal. What it does mean is that they can see, perfectly obviously, that their MPs are unable to take that decision on their behalf – as they normally do in a representative democracy.The public wish for a – satisfactory – conclusion to the Brexit process. This does not necessarily mean that they want a no-deal Brexit, nor that they approve of the prime minister’s unpopular deal.

Now the British public is fully aware of the consequences of Brexit, it’s clear they want a Final Say | The Independent

Theresa May’s latest statement on Brexit is exactly why she has to go as Prime Minister – and the sooner, the better.Theresa May’s latest statement on Brexit is exactly why she has to go as Prime Minister – and the sooner, the better.

Mrs May is inventing new Brexit red lines to woo Labour. When will this madness end?

What led Liberal MPs to finally call for the ouster of their colleagues?What led Liberal MPs to finally call for the ouster of their colleagues?

'Follow-Up' Podcast: Inside The Liberal Party Battle Royal | HuffPost Canada

In an interview with the West Block's Mercedes Stephenson, the former attorney general also said young Indigenous women are feeling 'empowered' amid the SNC-Lavalin scandal.In an interview with the West Block's Mercedes Stephenson, the former attorney general also said young Indigenous women are feeling 'empowered' amid the SNC-Lavalin scandal.

Wilson-Raybould says anonymous leaks ‘trampling all over’ the confidences she still vows to uphold | Globalnews.ca

The real scandal is the determined — and, it would appear, largely successful — campaign on the part of the prime minister and his officials to normalize their conductThe real scandal is the determined — and, it would appear, largely successful — campaign on the part of the prime minister and his officials to normalize their conduct

Andrew Coyne: The real scandal in the Lavalin affair is Trudeau’s attempts to pretend it’s not a scandal | National Post

The real scandal is the determined — and, it would appear, largely successful — campaign on the part of the prime minister and his officials to normalize their conductThe real scandal is the determined — and, it would appear, largely successful — campaign on the part of the prime minister and his officials to normalize their conduct

Andrew Coyne: The real scandal in the Lavalin affair is Trudeau’s attempts to pretend it’s not a scandal | National Post

NDP leader Rachel Notley was not holding back during a rally near Ardrossan as she continued to slam UCP leader Jason Kenney the day after the provincial leaders debate.NDP leader Rachel Notley was not holding back during a rally near Ardrossan as she continued to slam UCP leader Jason Kenney the day after the provincial leaders debate.

Watch: Notley campaigning the day after the leader’s debate | Edmonton Journal

NDP leader Rachel Notley was not holding back during a rally near Ardrossan as she continued to slam UCP leader Jason Kenney the day after the provincial leaders debate.NDP leader Rachel Notley was not holding back during a rally near Ardrossan as she continued to slam UCP leader Jason Kenney the day after the provincial leaders debate.

Watch: Notley campaigning the day after the leader’s debate | Edmonton Journal

The last time Alberta went to the polls for a provincial election in 2015, voters sent so many new MLAs to the legislature that one of the biggest questions the next morning was: “Who the heck is that?” That electoral Class of 2015 threw dozens of MLAs with no political experience into the legislature, many on the governing side with an unprecedented NDP majority that steamrolled the Progressive Conservatives and saw the Wildrose hold on to official opposition status.The last time Alberta went to the polls for a provincial election in 2015, voters sent so many new MLAs to the legislature that one of the biggest questions the next morning was: “Who the heck is that?” That electoral Class of 2015 threw dozens of MLAs with no political experience into the legislature, many on the governing side with an unprecedented NDP majority that steamrolled the Progressive Conservatives and saw the Wildrose hold on to official opposition status.

Alberta Election: Class of 2015, where are they now? | Edmonton Journal

The last time Alberta went to the polls for a provincial election in 2015, voters sent so many new MLAs to the legislature that one of the biggest questions the next morning was: “Who the heck is that?” That electoral Class of 2015 threw dozens of MLAs with no political experience into the legislature, many on the governing side with an unprecedented NDP majority that steamrolled the Progressive Conservatives and saw the Wildrose hold on to official opposition status.The last time Alberta went to the polls for a provincial election in 2015, voters sent so many new MLAs to the legislature that one of the biggest questions the next morning was: “Who the heck is that?” That electoral Class of 2015 threw dozens of MLAs with no political experience into the legislature, many on the governing side with an unprecedented NDP majority that steamrolled the Progressive Conservatives and saw the Wildrose hold on to official opposition status.

Alberta Election: Class of 2015, where are they now? | Edmonton Journal

As is often the case in Wildrose Country, the battle over who will be the next premier of oil-rich-but-oil-poor Alberta was expected to be a raucous affair with bloodied lips and the cauliflower ears of old-time wrestlers.And that’s just out in the parking lot.As is often the case in Wildrose Country, the battle over who will be the next premier of oil-rich-but-oil-poor Alberta was expected to be a raucous affair with bloodied lips and the cauliflower ears of old-time wrestlers.

BONOKOSKI: Alberta bound for sure-thing election of a united right | Toronto Sun

As is often the case in Wildrose Country, the battle over who will be the next premier of oil-rich-but-oil-poor Alberta was expected to be a raucous affair with bloodied lips and the cauliflower ears of old-time wrestlers.And that’s just out in the parking lot.As is often the case in Wildrose Country, the battle over who will be the next premier of oil-rich-but-oil-poor Alberta was expected to be a raucous affair with bloodied lips and the cauliflower ears of old-time wrestlers.

BONOKOSKI: Alberta bound for sure-thing election of a united right | Toronto Sun