Senator wants missing, murdered women inquiry
SASKATOON - A Saskatchewan senator is challenging the RCMP and the federal government to release statistics proving that 70 per cent of aboriginal females killed in cases solved by police have died at the hands of other aboriginals.
MSF seeks fact-finding mission over deadly Kunduz strike
GENEVA - Doctors Without Borders is appealing to the United States, Afghanistan and other countries to launch an independent fact-finding mission under rules of the Geneva Conventions into the U.S. air strike on a hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan that killed at least 22 people.
Violence closes B2Gold mine
VANCOUVER - B2Gold Corp. (TSX:BTO) has halted operations at its El Limon Mine in Nicaragua after violence linked to an ongoing blockade left a national police officer dead and several people injured.
NY attorney general opens probe into fantasy sports websites
NEW YORK, N.Y. - The state's attorney general on Tuesday sent letters to daily fantasy sports websites DraftKings and FanDuel demanding they turn over details of any investigations into their employees, saying they "may have gained an unfair, financial advantage in a contest known as Daily Fantasy Football."
Investors flock to Saskatoon farmland: report
TORONTO - A new report on real estate trends says foreign investors may start looking beyond Toronto and Vancouver and begin targeting markets in Montreal and Saskatoon in the coming year.
TPP trade deal increases chicken imports
MONTREAL - Canadian restaurants aren't holding out much hope that the massive new Pacific Rim trade deal will boost the availability of the antibiotic-free chicken their customers are increasingly craving.