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University of Calgary talks to student guilty of sex charge about studies

University of Calgary talks to student guilty of sex charge about studiesThe University of Calgary says it's talking to a student who pleaded guilty to a sex charge about options to pursue his studies. The case stoked outrage because the judge allowed him to delay all but one day of his sentence to May 4 — once Neurauter had completed his semester at the university. The university has said it does not have the grounds to expel the 21-year-old because the offence took place before he was a student, but has advised him not to return this term or he will be escorted off campus by security.


RCMP officers allege sexual abuse by doctor at Mounties' health office

RCMP officers allege sexual abuse by doctor at Mounties' health officeHalifax police are investigating allegations from dozens of female RCMP officers and recruits who say they were sexually assaulted by a doctor at the Mounties' health clinic in Nova Scotia over two decades. The force's commanding officer in Nova Scotia, Assistant Commissioner Brian Brennan, said Tuesday "a multiple of dozens" of women have brought forward allegations of incidents between October 1981 and July 2003 at the RCMP health services office in the Halifax suburb of Bedford.


P.E.I. premier battles Nova Scotia mill's plan to pump effluent into Strait

P.E.I. premier battles Nova Scotia mill's plan to pump effluent into StraitPrince Edward Island's premier has come out against a Nova Scotia pulp mill's plan to pump effluent into the Northumberland Strait. Wade MacLauchlan has voiced his disapproval of Northern Pulp's proposal in a letter to Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil and to federal Environment Minister Catherine McKenna. MacLauchlan says he shares concerns by Nova Scotia and P.E.I. fishermen that an outflow pipe could have "unintended consequences for our commercial fishery and aquaculture industries" in the strait.


Warm weather melts plans to build ice bridge over Yukon River at Dawson City

Warm weather melts plans to build ice bridge over Yukon River at Dawson CityUnseasonably warm weather in Yukon is cold comfort for residents of Dawson City who depend on an ice bridge across the Yukon River to connect the community during the winter months. The territorial government's plans to create an "ice Band-Aid" to the Yukon River outside the community have been suspended because balmy conditions are thwarting efforts to freeze a 90-metre gap of open water between Dawson and West Dawson.


Port Alberni woman recalls fleeing 1964 tsunami in rowboat after massive quake

Port Alberni woman recalls fleeing 1964 tsunami in rowboat after massive quakeLea Gardner remembers getting in a rowboat with her husband, three young children and the family dog to flee a tsunami that hit British Columbia 54 years ago. "I never even heard the alarms last night," said Gardner, who still lives in Port Alberni but on higher ground than she did in March 1964 when the tsunami hit the Vancouver Island community. Gardner said the warning brought back memories of the night she and her family were awakened in 1964 by neighbours who said a tsunami was about to hit Port Alberni, located on a 40-kilometre inlet where the power of incoming tsunami waves are magnified by a funnel effect.


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