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Police investigate alleged sex assault at Toronto private school

Police investigate alleged sex assault at Toronto private schoolAn investigation is underway into an alleged sexual assault at a prestigious private school in Toronto, police said Wednesday as the institution announced it had expelled students over two serious incidents. Police released few details but said the investigation involved St. Michael's College School, an all-boys Catholic institution that teaches grades 7 through 12. Spokeswoman Katrina Arrogante said she couldn't release any more information about the police probe because of the age of those involved and noted that the Child and Youth Advocacy Centre was participating in the investigation.


Dead Saskatoon tattoo artist's skin removed, preserved to honour his work

Dead Saskatoon tattoo artist's skin removed, preserved to honour his workWhen Chris Wenzel knew he was going to die, he had an unusual request for his wife. The well-known Saskatoon tattoo artist asked that his ink-adorned skin be removed and preserved before he was buried. "He thought that would be really cool," his wife, Cheryl Wenzel, said Wednesday.


'We will not be dictated to': Quebec premier Legault warns Ottawa over health care

'We will not be dictated to': Quebec premier Legault warns Ottawa over health careQuebec Premier Francois Legault told Ottawa on Wednesday to stay out of the province's business on health care. "We will not be dictated to by the federal government," Legault told reporters in Quebec City as he entered his limousine. The strong words were in reaction to news that Federal Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor threatened the province last summer over its tolerance of private health care services.


Top Conservative says Dykstra investigation plagued with perception problems

Top Conservative says Dykstra investigation plagued with perception problemsThe investigation of how the Conservative party handled a sexual-assault allegation against former Tory MP Rick Dykstra in the last federal election campaign is wrapping up, but a former top Conservative says the process has been flawed. Dykstra denies any misconduct but resigned in January as the president of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party after the years-old allegation was made public. The federal Conservative party hired Toronto lawyer Carol Nielsen in March to review the events around the allegations and seek information to help the party create policies for such cases.


Threat of extremism posed by proportional representation overstated: academics

Threat of extremism posed by proportional representation overstated: academicsImages of burning tires and marching soldiers flash across the screen in a video advertisement warning British Columbia voters that proportional representation provides the "perfect platform" for extremists. Suzanne Anton, Vote No co-director and a former attorney general in a previous B.C. Liberal government, pointed as an example to Sweden, where the far-right Sweden Democrats have roots in a neo-Nazi movement and won 18 per cent of the vote in a recent election while also picking up the third most seats in the Parliament. The way it plays out in British Columbia (right now) is that they cannot," Anton said.


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