Tuesday November 25, 2014

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Sex offenders convicted abroad may be missing from national registry: auditor

OTTAWA - The national sex offender registry may not include some Canadians convicted of crimes abroad because the RCMP doesn't have access to Foreign Affairs information on convicts released from prisons in other countries....

posted: November 25,2014





National News

Auditor questions whether soldiers get all of their entitled moving benefits

OTTAWA - The RCMP gets a passing grade from the auditor general for the way it handles its multimillion-dollar relocation program, but National Defence is once again facing tough questions about how it moves members around the country....


Auditor cites problems in Syria projects, military water purification

OTTAWA - Funding delays of more than a year plagued two major Canada humanitarian assistance projects in Syria, while the military's water purification system didn't measure up during last year's typhoon in the Philippines....


Woman accused of arranging to have parents killed was not behind attack: Lawyer

NEWMARKET, Ont. - A woman accused of arranging to have her parents murdered in a staged home invasion had nothing to do with the robbery led by a "psychopathic killer" desperate for cash that left her mother dead and her father...


Father praises outlet for publishing name of girl at centre of child porn case

HALIFAX - Police have launched an investigation into a possible breach of a publication ban after a major news outlet in Halifax published the name of a teenage girl at the centre of a high-profile child pornography case....


Quebec hoping to chop number of bureaucrats by two per cent

QUEBEC - The Quebec civil service is being put on a diet....


RCMP interview with accused played at lobster fisherman murder trial

PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. - A lobster fisherman accused of shooting and using a fishing gaff to drag another fisherman off Cape Breton's shores told police he did not see the man the day he was allegedly killed, a jury heard Tuesday....








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