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  • Armed robber sentenced to four-and-a-half years
    Feeling let down by the justice system, a woman who was robbed at gunpoint after her friend’s car was forced off the road angrily left a Regina courtroom before the case was even concluded.
    “These guys, one gets to walk away for no reason; the other guy, he doesn’t get what he should have gotten,” Stephanie Gartel said outside of provincial court on Monday...

  • Douglas accused point fingers at others
    In the words of Dennis Calvin Thompson’s lawyer, the case surrounding the brutal death of Shawn Douglas in a bush near Zehner is, at its heart, “a story of gangs.”
    “It’s a story of gang violence,” Kathy Hodgson-Smith told a Regina jury on Monday.
    “It’s about how gangs operate here in Regina...

  • Woman charged in death of Estevan taxi driver
    As taxi driver Bisho Kalappurakkal provided a safe ride home to his 28-year-old passenger, who’d had a few drinks at a 10-year high school reunion, they were hit by an alleged drunk driver.
    Kalappurakkal, 35, was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision on Saturday night; his fare escaped with only minor injuries....

  • Burn before reading: NDP, Greens reject Liberals’ bills, sight unseen
    B.C.’s weakened Liberal government had its first taste of defeat after almost 16 years of majority dominance on Monday, setting the stage for the party’s ultimate ouster from office later this week.
    The Liberals were outvoted on two bills in the legislature,...

  • Failure rate in British fire-safety tests: 100%
    london — Britain on Monday confronted a rapidly growing fire-safety crisis after tests of the exterior cladding on dozens of public-housing towers revealed a 100 percent failure rate, raising fears that this month’s deadly inferno in London could be replicated elsewhere....

  • A cake baker’s refusal
    The court took a case on bias laws vs. religious freedom. The Supreme Court announced Monday that it will consider whether a Denver baker acted lawfully in refusing to sell a wedding cake to a gay couple, setting up a major test next term weighing religious freedom against discrimination based on sexual orientation....

  • Philando Castile’s family and the city of St. Anthony, Minn., announced a settlement over his death in a police shooting last year.
    The family of Philando Castile, the Minnesota man fatally shot by a police officer during a July 2016 traffic stop, reached a settlement of nearly $3 million with the city that employed the officer at the time, both sides announced Monday.
    The announcement marks the latest financial settlement to follow a deadly police shooting that spurred criminal charges but not a conviction...

  • Harvick nets first win of season at Sonoma
    Kevin Harvick led a 1-2-3 podium sweep for Ford while proving that veteran experience still counts for something in NASCAR.
    Harvick returned to victory lane for the first time this season with a dominating run Sunday on the road course at Sonoma Raceway. The...

  • Health agency terminates two in wake of racial slur
    The Kainai Board of Education says it is “very thankful” to Alberta Health Services for acting swiftly in terminating two employees over a racial slur directed toward a school principal.
    “(Chief Richard Fox) will move our concerns forward in making sure we...

  • Nenshi cancels pay-to-chat fundraiser
    Naheed Nenshi defended a planned political fundraiser that offered exclusive face time with the mayor for a fee starting at $2,000, even as critics branded the event as unethical, undemocratic and hypocritical.
    But late Monday night, Nenshi’s campaign team...

  • Health-care bill excoriated by budget office,
    WASHINGTON— The health care bill Senate Republican leaders unveiled last week would increase the number of people in the U.S. without health coverage by 22 million and push up medical costs for millions of other poor and sick Americans, according to a new analysis by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office....

  • CHANGE IN TRADITION FOR PALACE CEREMONY
    LONDON— A Canadian captain made history Monday by becoming the first female infantry officer to lead the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London.
    Megan Couto led her unit — the 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry, or “The Patricias” — in the ceremony, an event witnessed by thousands of tourists annually....

  • U.S. top court gives go-ahead to narrower immigration, refugee ban
    The U.S. Supreme Court has partly reimposed President Donald Trump’s ban on travellers from six Muslim-majority countries and on refugees.
    The move ensures the continuation of one of the most divisive battles of the Trump administration, with the White House...

  • Suicide debate’s new normal
    Michelle Carter met Conrad Roy on a trip to Florida in 2012. The two Boston- area teenagers saw each other occasionally afterwards; mostly they exchanged emails and text messages. Roy was popular, an honours student, athletic. But he suffered from depression and anxiety disorders and had previously attempted suicide....

  • DONALD TRUMP’S TRAVEL BAN GAINS NEW LIFE WITH 90-DAY LIMITED REPRIEVE FROM THE U.S. SUPREME COURT
    • The Supreme Court is allowing the Trump administration to go forward with a limited version of its ban on travel from six mostly Muslim countries, a victory for President Donald Trump in the biggest legal controversy of his young presidency.
    The justices will hear full arguments in October in the case that has stirred heated emotions across the nation...

  • ONTARIO NURSE APOLOGIZES BEFORE LIFE SENTENCE
    Elizabeth Wettlaufer, the worst health- care killer in Canadian history, finally spoke Monday.
    Before being sentenced to life behind bars for 14 crimes, including the murders of eight vulnerable patients in her care, the 50- year- old mass murderer addressed the court briefly after the loved ones of her victims spoke out....

  • Hitting back All Black coach calls Gatland desperate in Murray row
    Steve Hansen, the All Blacks head coach, has labelled his British and Irish Lions counterpart, Warren Gatland, as “desperate” as the war of words between the two coaches escalated ahead of the second Test.
    Gatland had claimed New Zealand’s players dangerously...

  • MAY SEALS DEAL WITH THE DUP ...NOW LET’S GET ON WITH BREXIT
    EU CITIZENS will have to use new official ID to prove they are entitled to benefit from vital public services after Brexit.
    In a sign that Theresa May is serious about taking back control of immigration, the Prime Minister unveiled the full details of her “fair and serious” offer to provide certainty for EU residents with a new “settled status” regime after Brexit....

  • May hands £1bn bonanza to DUP to cling on at No 10
    Theresa May faced a fierce backlash from politicians in Scotland, Wales and parts of England on Monday after completing a £1bn deal with the Democratic Unionist party to prop up her Conservative minority government.
    Political figures lined up to demand more...

  • Yo Tim Westwood! The hip-hop DJ on a life in rap
    g2 Britain’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, which left the Rosyth dockyard for the open sea yesterday, could be vulnerable to a cyber-attack as it appears to be using the same outdated software that left the NHS exposed.
    But officers on board the...

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