At least one person is confirmed dead.
Cops Want Everyone to Chill on Questions About Mass Killer’s Death in Custody: ‘This Is Not a TV Drama’
Facing pressure from the public and media, a commanding RCMP officer in Canada has pushed back on providing immediate answers into the death of a man suspected in 10 murders.
She said she was told to return the following day and avoid showering, changing, or using the bathroom to preserve evidence of the assault.
Many Canadians are wondering why, once again, the RCMP is withholding key details following a mass attack.
More than 100 veterinarians and animal shelter volunteers are still hiding in Afghanistan or a third country, waiting for U.S. visas. One vet was killed in Kabul in July.
The RCMP initially said they captured the suspect in a stabbing rampage that killed 10 people. Several hours later, they said he was dead.
Police are still searching for Myles Sanderson after 10 people were stabbed to death across several locations in rural Saskatchewan. A second suspect was found dead.
A 33-year-old man was arrested after the woman and two friends were allegedly assaulted on Vancouver’s SkyTrain.
One of the judges was just appointed the associate minister of the status of women.
Indigenous leaders say the apology didn't go far enough in part because Pope Francis didn't denounce the “Doctrine of Discovery” and blamed the atrocities on bad actors—not the institution.
Two people were killed and another two seriously injured in a string of shootings that appear to have targeted homeless people in the area.
The Catholic Church ran more than half of the country's brutal residential schools, which forcibly assimilated 150,000 First Nations, Métis, and Inuit children.