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University of Calgary staff member Saima Jamal cries during a University memorial service for victims of the multiple fatal stabbing in northwest Calgary, Alberta on Tuesday, April 15, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Larry MacDougal
Son of senior police officer charged in Calgary's worst mass murder
CALGARY - Calgary police say the son of one of their own is a suspect in the worst mass murder in the city's history, a bloody and baffling attack on a group of university students at a house party.
Five young people were celebrating the last day of classes at the University of Calgary when they were stabbed to death early Tuesday. A suspect was arrested a short time later after he was tracked down and bitten by a police dog.


Middleweight Tim Kennedy, of the United States, poses during the weigh in for the UFC's
Whether in the cage or wearing a uniform, Kennedy always prepared to Ranger Up
QUEBEC CITY, Que. - A former Green Beret, UFC middleweight Tim Kennedy continues to serve his country in the Army National Guard.
At a public workout Sunday in advance of his main event matchup Wednesday night with England's Michael Bisping, the 34-year-old Texan kept the military theme alive with camo shorts complete with stars down the side.


Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa speaks to reporters at Queen's Park in Toronto on Tuesday, April 15, 2014. Sousa announced that the Liberals will table the spring budget on May 1. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darren Calabrese
Embattled Ontario Liberals set crucial budget date for May 1
TORONTO - Ontario's governing Liberals say they'll table their crucial budget on May 1.
It's a high-stakes spending plan that could trigger an election if the minority government can't win the support of at least one opposition party.


CBC cuts 657 jobs and slashes $130 million from its budget
TORONTO - The CBC is slashing 657 positions over two years to cope with a massive budget shortfall.
CBC News says cuts to its budget amount to $130 million.


Dr. David Juurlink, head of the division of clinical pharmacology and toxicology at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, speaks during an interview in Toronto on Friday, April 4, 2014. Canada's prison watchdog has launched an investigation into the prescribi
EXCLUSIVE: Over 60% of female inmates on psychiatric meds; probe launched
TORONTO - Canada's prison watchdog has launched an investigation into the prescribing practices in federal prisons, after it was revealed that more than 60 per cent of female inmates across the country are receiving psychiatric medication.
A joint investigation by The Canadian Press and CBC has learned that in August 2013, of 591 female federal inmates in five correctional institutions, 370 were being prescribed at least one psychotropic medication, drugs that impact mood and behaviour.