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Canada's weird liquor laws
Responsibility for alcohol regulation lies with the provinces, which is why there are differences in the law from region to region.
Busy weekend for OPP at Wasaga Beach
The good weather has flooded the Wasaga Beach area with people seeking good times this weekend, though police say they are seeing some people enjoy themselves a little too much.
U.S. boy, 10, sentenced in foiled rape, murder plot
A 10-year-old Washington state boy was sentenced on Wednesday to up to 5½ years in a juvenile detention facility for his role in a foiled plot to rape and kill a girl at his school and harm other children.
Suspect in custody after standoff
A 24-year-old Grande Prairie man who led police on a brazen pursuit, allegedly stole vehicles at gunpoint and eventually barricaded himself inside a rural home east of the city has been taken into custody.
Boston suspect burial offers come in from Canada, U.S. states
A Massachusetts funeral director says he has received burial offers for more than 100 out-of-state graves, including from Canada, for the body of a Boston Marathon bombing suspect who was killed in a gun battle with police, but none are panning out, even
Gun seizures up but fears of porous border remain
The Canada Border Services Agency last year seized twice the number of weapons at border crossings compared to six years ago, according to a CBC News analysis of agency data, but experts fear little progress is being made in stemming the flow of illegal g
Canada tried to deport terror suspect Raed Jaser
CBC News has confirmed that Canada tried nine years ago to deport Raed Jaser, one of the two men accused in the Via Rail terror plot, but authorities didn't proceed and later granted him permanent residency.
FBI allowed to operate in Canada
The foiling of what is alleged to be an attempted terrorist attack targeting a passenger train traveling from Toronto to New York is raising questions about the authority of United States officials to operate abroad.
Shocking gang infiltration of Maryland prison system
The activity was so brazen, the FBI said, that in addition to smuggling in cellphones and drugs, four guards became pregnant by a single detainee, and the names of 14 guards available for trysts were written on a jailhouse wall — along with prices for var
Federal authorities indict alleged gang members, jail guards
A cabal of corrupt corrections officers and members of the Black Guerrilla Family gang enjoyed nearly free rein inside the Baltimore City Detention Center, federal authorities allege, smuggling drugs and cellphones into the jail and having sexual relation
First test of Supreme Court's new face-veil rules imminent
Can a Muslim woman be ordered to testify without a face veil? The Toronto case that sparked a legal challenge enters a final phase as the trial judge is promising to decide shortly on the new Supreme Court rules put in place for wearers of the niqab.
Boston suspect in 'serious condition,' awaits questioning
A special task force of federal investigators is waiting to question its prime suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who remains in hospital in serious condition with bullet wounds to his neck and leg.
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