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Watchdog wants court to declare B.C.'s snap election illegal

A non-profit watchdog organization wants the B.C. Supreme Court to declare that John Horgan broke the law calling a snap election last month.
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Watchdog wants court to declare B.C.'s snap election illegal

A non-profit watchdog organization wants the B.C. Supreme Court to declare that John Horgan broke the law calling a snap election last month.

MPs hold emergency debate on N.S. fishing dispute

MPs in the House of Commons are now holding an emergency debate into the ongoing dispute between Indigenous and commercial lobster fishers in Nova Scotia.
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MPs hold emergency debate on N.S. fishing dispute

MPs in the House of Commons are now holding an emergency debate into the ongoing dispute between Indigenous and commercial lobster fishers in Nova Scotia.

Former director of World Food Programme proud of Nobel Peace Prize

As the former director of emergency humanitarian relief worldwide, Trevor Page worked with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in Africa and Asia.
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Former director of World Food Programme proud of Nobel Peace Prize

As the former director of emergency humanitarian relief worldwide, Trevor Page worked with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) in Africa and Asia.

Video depicting violent arrest of N.L. Indigenous man shows systemic racism: council

The president of a Labrador Indigenous council says he is disgusted and angry following the release of a video depicting a municipal enforcement officer throwing a handcuffed Indigenous man to the ground.
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Video depicting violent arrest of N.L. Indigenous man shows systemic racism: council

The president of a Labrador Indigenous council says he is disgusted and angry following the release of a video depicting a municipal enforcement officer throwing a handcuffed Indigenous man to the ground.

Queen's University to drop Sir John A. Macdonald's name from law school building

Queen's University in Kingston, Ont. says it will be removing the name of Canada's first prime minister from its law school building.
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Queen's University to drop Sir John A. Macdonald's name from law school building

Queen's University in Kingston, Ont. says it will be removing the name of Canada's first prime minister from its law school building.

No trick-or-treating this Halloween in COVID-19 hotspots, Ontario's top doctor recommends

Ontario’s top doctor is urging kids in COVID-19 hotspots not to go trick-or-treating this Halloween.
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No trick-or-treating this Halloween in COVID-19 hotspots, Ontario's top doctor recommends

Ontario’s top doctor is urging kids in COVID-19 hotspots not to go trick-or-treating this Halloween.

No trick-or-treating this Halloween in COVID-19 hotspots, Ontario's top doctor says

Ontario’s top doctor is urging kids in COVID-19 hotspots not to go trick-or-treating this Halloween.
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No trick-or-treating this Halloween in COVID-19 hotspots, Ontario's top doctor says

Ontario’s top doctor is urging kids in COVID-19 hotspots not to go trick-or-treating this Halloween.

Canada reveals new official portrait of the Queen

Queen Elizabeth II has been honoured by the Canadian government with a new official portrait, which will be displayed in government buildings, schools and embassies.
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Canada reveals new official portrait of the Queen

Queen Elizabeth II has been honoured by the Canadian government with a new official portrait, which will be displayed in government buildings, schools and embassies.

More than half of Ont. gun deaths are from self-harm, majority in older men in rural areas, study finds

A new study looking at firearm injuries and deaths in Ontario has found that more than half of gun-related deaths between 2002 and 2016 were from self-harm, and they most often occurred to older men living in rural areas.
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More than half of Ont. gun deaths are from self-harm, majority in older men in rural areas, study finds

A new study looking at firearm injuries and deaths in Ontario has found that more than half of gun-related deaths between 2002 and 2016 were from self-harm, and they most often occurred to older men living in rural areas.

B.C.'s snap election means 700k ballots will be counted manually, delaying results

British Columbia residents won't learn the results of next Saturday's snap election for at least two weeks after polls close thanks to the need to count hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots by hand.
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B.C.'s snap election means 700k ballots will be counted manually, delaying results

British Columbia residents won't learn the results of next Saturday's snap election for at least two weeks after polls close thanks to the need to count hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots by hand.

Replica cattle car serves as a moving museum on the atrocities of the Holocaust

With Remembrance Day approaching, an immersive and educational exhibit on the Holocaust pulled into the Toronto Railway Museum today -- a cattle car that uses 360-degree video to transport visitors into the past.
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Replica cattle car serves as a moving museum on the atrocities of the Holocaust

With Remembrance Day approaching, an immersive and educational exhibit on the Holocaust pulled into the Toronto Railway Museum today -- a cattle car that uses 360-degree video to transport visitors into the past.

Ontario reports significant single-day drop in new COVID-19 cases

Ontario is reporting a significant dip in the number of new COVID-19 cases after six days of infection numbers over the 700 mark.
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Ontario reports significant single-day drop in new COVID-19 cases

Ontario is reporting a significant dip in the number of new COVID-19 cases after six days of infection numbers over the 700 mark.

The Bruce McArthur victim who no one took seriously might have stopped a serial killer

CTV’s W5 investigates serial killer Bruce McArthur, who took the lives of eight men in Toronto’s Gay Village, and interviews Mark Henderson, his first known survivor. Watch the exclusive interview on Saturday at 7 p.m. EST.
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The Bruce McArthur victim who no one took seriously might have stopped a serial killer

CTV’s W5 investigates serial killer Bruce McArthur, who took the lives of eight men in Toronto’s Gay Village, and interviews Mark Henderson, his first known survivor. Watch the exclusive interview on Saturday at 7 p.m. EST.

Anti-mask protesters cause delay on BC Ferries vessel

The Queen of Oak Bay was operating 41 minutes behind schedule on the route between Nanaimo's Departure Bay and West Vancouver's Horseshoe Bay terminals Saturday morning, BC Ferries said.
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Anti-mask protesters cause delay on BC Ferries vessel

The Queen of Oak Bay was operating 41 minutes behind schedule on the route between Nanaimo's Departure Bay and West Vancouver's Horseshoe Bay terminals Saturday morning, BC Ferries said.

Calgary police calls mask protest at Chinook Centre a 'non-event'

Police and mall security staff were prepared for a possible anti-mask protest at Calgary's largest shopping centre Saturday but, approximately two hours after it started, officials said it was a non-event.
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Calgary police calls mask protest at Chinook Centre a 'non-event'

Police and mall security staff were prepared for a possible anti-mask protest at Calgary's largest shopping centre Saturday but, approximately two hours after it started, officials said it was a non-event.

'Outnumber the mask-wearers': Mask protest planned at Calgary's Chinook Centre

Police and mall security staff say they are aware of and prepared for a possible anti-mask protest scheduled to take place at Calgary's largest shopping centre.
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'Outnumber the mask-wearers': Mask protest planned at Calgary's Chinook Centre

Police and mall security staff say they are aware of and prepared for a possible anti-mask protest scheduled to take place at Calgary's largest shopping centre.

Southwest N.S. lobster pound destroyed by fire, man in hospital with life-threatening injuries

One man is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after a large fire that police are calling suspicious destroyed a commercial building reported to be a lobster pound used by Mi’kmaw fishers.
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Southwest N.S. lobster pound destroyed by fire, man in hospital with life-threatening injuries

One man is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after a large fire that police are calling suspicious destroyed a commercial building reported to be a lobster pound used by Mi’kmaw fishers.

Policing must be adequate to keep 'everyone' safe in Indigenous lobster dispute: PM

Justin Trudeau called Friday for federal agencies to ensure those involved in an Indigenous-led lobster fishery are safe, a day after a Mi'kmaq chief accused him of offering words rather than action.
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Policing must be adequate to keep 'everyone' safe in Indigenous lobster dispute: PM

Justin Trudeau called Friday for federal agencies to ensure those involved in an Indigenous-led lobster fishery are safe, a day after a Mi'kmaq chief accused him of offering words rather than action.

Christine Jessop's killer helped in search, attended funeral and wake, family says

The man responsible for Christine Jessop's rape and murder went searching for the nine-year-old girl after she disappeared in 1984 and attended her funeral and wake, her mother and brother said during an interview with CTV News Toronto and CP24.
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Christine Jessop's killer helped in search, attended funeral and wake, family says

The man responsible for Christine Jessop's rape and murder went searching for the nine-year-old girl after she disappeared in 1984 and attended her funeral and wake, her mother and brother said during an interview with CTV News Toronto and CP24.

Manitoba doctor’s assumption about Cree elder’s alcohol use was racist, daughter says

A 72-year-old woman from Bunibonibee Cree Nation in Manitoba is speaking out about racism in the health-care system following a trip to a Winnipeg hospital.
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Manitoba doctor’s assumption about Cree elder’s alcohol use was racist, daughter says

A 72-year-old woman from Bunibonibee Cree Nation in Manitoba is speaking out about racism in the health-care system following a trip to a Winnipeg hospital.

Supreme Court of Canada sides with women in RCMP pension dispute over job-sharing

Women who took part in the RCMP's job-sharing program while raising young children were unfairly denied the chance to bolster their pensions, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.
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Supreme Court of Canada sides with women in RCMP pension dispute over job-sharing

Women who took part in the RCMP's job-sharing program while raising young children were unfairly denied the chance to bolster their pensions, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.

Ottawa woman breaks 14-day quarantine rule to work at long-term care home: police

A 53-year-old Ottawa woman is facing charges under the Federal Quarantine Act after Ottawa Police say she failed to self-isolate for 14 days and returned to work at a long-term care home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Ottawa woman breaks 14-day quarantine rule to work at long-term care home: police

A 53-year-old Ottawa woman is facing charges under the Federal Quarantine Act after Ottawa Police say she failed to self-isolate for 14 days and returned to work at a long-term care home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Terminally ill Whistler woman reunited with sister from Philippines following travel restriction changes

Wearing a mask and face shield, April Untalan walked out of international arrivals at YVR on Thursday, excited to finally reunite with her sister Charie Santiago in Whistler after flying in from the Philippines.
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Terminally ill Whistler woman reunited with sister from Philippines following travel restriction changes

Wearing a mask and face shield, April Untalan walked out of international arrivals at YVR on Thursday, excited to finally reunite with her sister Charie Santiago in Whistler after flying in from the Philippines.

Investigation underway after family says Indigenous man died in Quebec hospital after overhearing racist remarks

Two weeks after Joyce Echaquan's death sparked national outrage and a major investigation, a second investigation is underway at a Quebec hospital after an Indigenous man died after telling family members he heard staff making racist remarks as he lay on his
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Investigation underway after family says Indigenous man died in Quebec hospital after overhearing racist remarks

Two weeks after Joyce Echaquan's death sparked national outrage and a major investigation, a second investigation is underway at a Quebec hospital after an Indigenous man died after telling family members he heard staff making racist remarks as he lay on his deathbed.

Killer identified in 1984 murder of Christine Jessop

Toronto police have identified the man responsible for the murder of Christine Jessop, a nine-year-old Ontario girl who was sexually assaulted and killed more than 35 years ago.
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Killer identified in 1984 murder of Christine Jessop

Toronto police have identified the man responsible for the murder of Christine Jessop, a nine-year-old Ontario girl who was sexually assaulted and killed more than 35 years ago.

First Nations chief calls on Trudeau to help settle Nova Scotia lobster dispute

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau needs to do more than send tweets to settle an increasingly violent dispute over an Indigenous-led lobster fishery in Nova Scotia, a First Nations chief said Thursday.
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First Nations chief calls on Trudeau to help settle Nova Scotia lobster dispute

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau needs to do more than send tweets to settle an increasingly violent dispute over an Indigenous-led lobster fishery in Nova Scotia, a First Nations chief said Thursday.

Candidate resigns from BC Liberals after eugenics comments

A BC Liberal candidate from the Fraser Valley has resigned from the party after making an inflammatory comment comparing free contraceptives to eugenics.
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Candidate resigns from BC Liberals after eugenics comments

A BC Liberal candidate from the Fraser Valley has resigned from the party after making an inflammatory comment comparing free contraceptives to eugenics.

5 Vancouver businesses gutted, damage 'catastrophic' after overnight fire in Cambie Village

Damage to five businesses on a busy stretch of Cambie Street is being called catastrophic after a massive fire broke out overnight.
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5 Vancouver businesses gutted, damage 'catastrophic' after overnight fire in Cambie Village

Damage to five businesses on a busy stretch of Cambie Street is being called catastrophic after a massive fire broke out overnight.

Calls to Canadian domestic violence helplines jump during pandemic

Several helplines for women experiencing violence at home are reporting dramatic increases in calls since public health measures aimed at fighting the spread of COVID-19 came into effect last spring.
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Calls to Canadian domestic violence helplines jump during pandemic

Several helplines for women experiencing violence at home are reporting dramatic increases in calls since public health measures aimed at fighting the spread of COVID-19 came into effect last spring.

'Extinct' tribe optimistic that Supreme Court will reverse hurtful declaration

The only First Nations tribe to ever be formally declared extinct in Canada could soon have that declaration reversed by the Supreme Court after more than half a century, a landmark decision that could pave the way for other Indigenous groups straddling the U
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'Extinct' tribe optimistic that Supreme Court will reverse hurtful declaration

The only First Nations tribe to ever be formally declared extinct in Canada could soon have that declaration reversed by the Supreme Court after more than half a century, a landmark decision that could pave the way for other Indigenous groups straddling the U.S. border to claim legal rights in Canada.

Canadians spend more money and time online during pandemic, and fall for more phishing scams

Statistics Canada says Canadians have been spending more time and money online since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Canadians spend more money and time online during pandemic, and fall for more phishing scams

Statistics Canada says Canadians have been spending more time and money online since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Doug Ford blasts anti-maskers who targeted his home on Thanksgiving weekend

Ontario Premier Doug Ford told the people who believe the COVID-19 pandemic is a hoax that it's «as real as I'm standing here.»
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Doug Ford blasts anti-maskers who targeted his home on Thanksgiving weekend

Ontario Premier Doug Ford told the people who believe the COVID-19 pandemic is a hoax that it's «as real as I'm standing here.»

Ontario student 'heartbroken' after yearbook message honouring grandma replaced with racist slur

A young Black man who found that his high school yearbook message paying tribute to his late grandmother had been replaced with a racist slur says he «can't describe the amount of hurt» he felt after he picked up his copy and looked inside.
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Ontario student 'heartbroken' after yearbook message honouring grandma replaced with racist slur

A young Black man who found that his high school yearbook message paying tribute to his late grandmother had been replaced with a racist slur says he «can't describe the amount of hurt» he felt after he picked up his copy and looked inside.