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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A Virginia police chief said he “absolutely” regrets violence that erupted over the weekend when dozens of white nationalists, neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan members clashed with counterprotesters.
OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says two Canadians were among 18 people killed in a suspected extremist attack on a popular restaurant in Burkina Faso.
Five years ago, I wrote, “There is an old saying that comes from the Huna tradition that says, ‘For everything in life you must pay attention. To the degree you do not pay attention, you pay with pain.’” Wise words to be sure, but still falling on deaf ears it seems.Twenty-two recommendations of the Shand Coroner’s Inquest resulted in legislation changes and new training standards in some, but not all, Provinces in Canada.
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Six Americans have been charged with bringing handguns across the New Brunswick border so far this summer, as a Canadian prosecutor says it's proving difficult to let otherwise law-abiding people know they can't bring firearms on vacation.
JD Killeen will receive the ASIS International Professional Certification Board’s Regional Award of Achievement at the organization’s upcoming annual seminar and exhibits, which will be held Sept. 25-28 in Dallas, Tex.
TORONTO — Natasha Penner was in the midst of celebrating her 30th birthday at a West Coast music festival when she accepted a drink from a newfound friend.
Canada 150 is being marked with a special $10 bank note that came into circulation officially on June 1 and, of course, security was in mind when it came to the design, according to the Bank of Canada.
ASIS International announced that Mark Cuban, business icon and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, will provide a lunchtime keynote address on Monday, Sept. 25. The speech will be delivered at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, the venue for ASIS’s annual Seminar & Exhibits, held Sept. 25-28.
Montreal Canadiens fans who cherish the annual arrival of their season tickets got an unwelcome surprise when the team announced recently it would be charging extra for printed tickets.
LUSELAND, Sask. — The most expensive, and arguably iconic, dress in the world made its Canadian public debut Monday at the community hall in Luseland, Sask.
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