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RCMP lay charges against Dutch man in case of dead B.C. teen Amanda Todd

VANCOUVER - Five charges including child pornography, extortion, criminal harassment and Internet luring have been laid by RCMP against a man in the Netherlands in connection with the Amanda Todd case, an online bullying story that captured the attention of millions across the world.

Water levels in Perth-Andover, New Brunswick drop more than a metre overnight

PERTH-ANDOVER, N.B. - Some residents in this northwest New Brunswick village were advised on Saturday to stay away from their homes for at least one more night, even as water levels receded.

Passengers on Vancouver-to-Edmonton flight warned to watch out for measles

EDMONTON - Health officials in Edmonton are warning passengers who arrived in the city on a flight from Vancouver this month that they may have been exposed to measles.

Air Canada coming under criticism over video showing baggage being dropped

TORONTO - Air Canada is apologizing after a video apparently showing a baggage handler dropping luggage from roughly six metres off the ground hit social media.

Man charged with making death threats against father of Rehtaeh Parsons

HALIFAX - Police in Halifax have charged a young man accused of making death threats against the father of Rehtaeh Parsons.

Text of statement given by the families of the five Calgary mass-murder victims

CALGARY - Text of the statement given Saturday by the families of the five Calgary mass-murder victims:

Joint statement from families of Calgary mass murder victims

CALGARY - The families of Calgary's mass murder victims came together Saturday to express their "tremendous grief and tragedy" and to ask for privacy to heal.

Another Bush in the White House? Ex-ambassador says Jeb could be a contender

WASHINGTON - As Jeb Bush weighs a run for the White House, his prospective candidacy is being praised by a well-known Republican who helped organize his brother's successful campaigns in 2000 and 2004.

Scientists discover four new species of 'killer' sponges off Pacific coast

VANCOUVER - They look like fuzzy fingers, waving gently from the depths of the ocean floor but make no mistake - they're stone cold killers.

No Keystone XL pipeline this year, following new delay

WASHINGTON - The Canadian government demanded an answer immediately on the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline. It has now received a reply from the United States government that amounts to: Maybe next year.

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