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10 Canadian Prison Officers Were Charged In The Death Of A Young Indigenous Inmate

Three of them have been charged with manslaughter.

On December 22, charges were laid in relation to the death of Jonathan Henoche, 33, while he was a prisoner at Her Majesty’s Penitentiary in St. John’s in November of 2019. The St. John's inmate death was ruled a homicide and 10 corrections officers have been charged. 

According to the police release, the officers responsible are aged between 28 and 51. The charges are as follows:

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A 4.7 Magnitude Earthquake Hit East Coast Canada Early This Morning & We're Shook

People felt the tremors.

There was an earthquake in Canada that struck in the early morning hours and it pretty accurately represents how shook we're all feeling right now.

Earthquakes Canada reported that the tremors happened at 5:35 a.m. AT on November 4 on the east coast of Labrador.

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Canada Was Home To An Hours Long Potential UFO Sighting Involving An RCMP Officer

There's even a glow-in-the-dark commemorative coin about it.

It's a bird, it's a plane, its a weird disc floating in the sky? It may sound straight out of a sci-fi film but something just like that happened in Canada. The Clarenville alien sighting from 1978 is one of the country's biggest mysteries. It's so wild that the Mint even made a glow-in-the-dark commemorative coin about it.

Editor's Choice: A Canadian Neighbourhood Was Just Named One Of The Coolest In The World

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A Canadian Seed Company's Onion Pic Is Back After Being Deemed Too Sexy For Facebook

Is someone cutting an onion? 😂

Are you crying with laughter or is someone cutting an onion?

Probably both. That's because a seed company in Newfoundland is surely having a laugh after Facebook cut their onion ad after deeming it "overtly sexual."

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A 'Curious' Polar Bear Beat Up A Canadian Air Force Helicopter

The polar bear left behind huge muddy paw prints.

Maybe the curious creature just wanted to join the Air Force? This polar bear in Canada went up to a parked Royal Canadian Air Force helicopter and beat it up.

On Twitter, the Royal Canadian Air Force shared the story of an interesting incident between a polar bear and one of its helicopters.

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A Hurricane Could Be Crashing Into Canada Right After Today's Mega Storm Hits

First Sally, then Teddy!

Batten down the hatches! Due to the remnants of Hurricane Sally, Canada is in for heavy rainfall on the east coast and parts of Newfoundland could see more than 100 millimetres come down. If that's not bad enough, Hurricane Teddy could make landfall in the Maritimes next week.

Sally is now a tropical depression but it still packs quite a punch and Atlantic Canada will be experiencing that first hand.

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