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Q&A: Criminal psychologist shares what it's like to work with the most serious offenders

Q&A: Criminal psychologist shares what it's like to work with the most serious offenders

Eric Hickey, a Canadian criminal psychologist now living in California, has more than 40 years of experience in forensics. "I do love my work. I will never retire."
Liberals plan 'proactive' gun legislation soon

Liberals plan 'proactive' gun legislation soon

Specifics on timing or elements of the legislation were not provided.
Russian oligarchs in crosshairs for future sanctions by Canada, allies, says Freeland

Russian oligarchs in crosshairs for future sanctions by Canada, allies, says Freeland

The United Nations estimates 660,000 people have now fled Ukraine
B.C. mayor's brother alleges death threat, assault

B.C. mayor's brother alleges death threat, assault

The mayor allegedly left a voicemail for his sister saying money must be returned to him or he would "kill all of you." 
Canada joins push for global treaty to improve plastic production, waste

Canada joins push for global treaty to improve plastic production, waste

Canadians produce about 3.3 million tonnes of plastic waste each year and less than one-tenth is recycled
A look at Canada's sanctions and other actions against Russia

A look at Canada's sanctions and other actions against Russia

A look at Canada's sanctions against Russia
Montreal man charged with inciting hate testifies

Montreal man charged with inciting hate testifies

A Montreal man accused of fomenting hate against Jews testified in his own defence on Tuesday, arguing that the blog post at the heart of his trial was a "joke" designed to upset people who are "politically correct.
Canada pulls out of swim championships in Russia

Canada pulls out of swim championships in Russia

Swimming Canada denounces Russia’s attack on Ukraine, rescinding their participation in this year's championships
B.C. to 'soon' stop providing daily virus case counts

B.C. to 'soon' stop providing daily virus case counts

B.C.'s top doc says the BCCDC is working on how it will track the virus as an endemic.
Bail decision reserved for blockade protester

Bail decision reserved for blockade protester

A judge reserved his decision Tuesday on bail for one of four people charged with conspiracy to commit murder after arrests at last month's border blockade at Coutts, Alta.