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Police units being pulled from community in Manitoba as latest tip comes up empty; Six million Canadian Capital One customers were hacked

Manhunt focus returns to Gillam, Manitoba for men wanted in B.C. murders

Police units are being pulled from a Manitoba community after a search for two teens suspected in the B.C. killings came up empty. RCMP received a credible tip that Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod were seen in York Landing, a community of 500 only accessible by air and ferry. The last confirmed sighting was in Gillam Manitoba, where the manhunt continues.

Capital One customers might get call that their information was hacked

The personal information of six million Canadians has been compromised, which could include social security numbers. A woman from Seattle was charged for hacking Capital One and gaining access to the credit scores and balances of another 100 million American customers. The company said those affected will be informed.

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Albertans who need financial help the most are the least likely to ask 

More than half of Albertans say they would be too embarrassed to ask for help financially. An Ipsos Reid survey found that respondents said the stigma around bankruptcy was one of the main reasons people won’t seek help. CTV News reports that it’s usually the ones who need it the most that are the least inclined to ask for it.

Over three-quarters of pharmacists have noticed big decline in drug supplies

Patients are confused and stressed out over shortages in medications over the past half-decade. According to a survey from the Canadian Pharmacists Association, 80 per cent of people in the profession said they’ve seen big shortages of drugs. CTV News reported the organization is asking the federal government to help address the situation.

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