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Winnipeg hospital investigating after remains of wrong baby sent to family

A Winnipeg hospital says it’s investigating how the wrong baby’s remains were sent to a family in Nunavut.
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Winnipeg hospital investigating after remains of wrong baby sent to family

A Winnipeg hospital says it’s investigating how the wrong baby’s remains were sent to a family in Nunavut.

Family, police plead for witnesses after Winnipeg man killed in 'completely random' attack

Winnipeg police are searching for three suspects after a man died in a ‘completely random’ attack in the early hours of June 2.
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Family, police plead for witnesses after Winnipeg man killed in 'completely random' attack

Winnipeg police are searching for three suspects after a man died in a ‘completely random’ attack in the early hours of June 2.

Man banging on RCMP detachment door in Fort Chipewyan, Alta., shot by officer

RCMP say a man who was banging on the main entrance of the detachment in Fort Chipewyan in northern Alberta on Thursday night was shot and injured by an officer.
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Man banging on RCMP detachment door in Fort Chipewyan, Alta., shot by officer

RCMP say a man who was banging on the main entrance of the detachment in Fort Chipewyan in northern Alberta on Thursday night was shot and injured by an officer.

Supreme Court allows suit against St. Joseph's Oratory over abuse allegations

The Supreme Court of Canada has rejected a bid by Montreal's Saint Joseph's Oratory to be excluded from a sexual assault class action suit.
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Supreme Court allows suit against St. Joseph's Oratory over abuse allegations

The Supreme Court of Canada has rejected a bid by Montreal's Saint Joseph's Oratory to be excluded from a sexual assault class action suit.

Trudeau: D-Day fighters died 'for you and me'

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is hailing D-Day fighters who sacrificed their lives 75 years ago on the beaches of Normandy for future generations, 'for you and me.'
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Trudeau: D-Day fighters died 'for you and me'

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is hailing D-Day fighters who sacrificed their lives 75 years ago on the beaches of Normandy for future generations, 'for you and me.'

Mother and sons facing deportation find refuge in Winnipeg church

A mother and her two sons who were supposed to be deported back to Sierra Leone nearly two months ago have been given shelter at a Winnipeg church, saying deportation could put their lives at risk.
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Mother and sons facing deportation find refuge in Winnipeg church

A mother and her two sons who were supposed to be deported back to Sierra Leone nearly two months ago have been given shelter at a Winnipeg church, saying deportation could put their lives at risk.

Outpouring of support for homeless veteran living out of her van

A homeless veteran living out of her van has received offers of money, employment and places to stay from people in Ottawa and across the country.
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Outpouring of support for homeless veteran living out of her van

A homeless veteran living out of her van has received offers of money, employment and places to stay from people in Ottawa and across the country.

'Good guy' accused of swimming naked in shark tank working as fishing guide

A British Columbia man accused of swimming naked in a shark tank at a Toronto aquarium has returned home to resume his job as a fishing guide while his case winds its way through the justice system.
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'Good guy' accused of swimming naked in shark tank working as fishing guide

A British Columbia man accused of swimming naked in a shark tank at a Toronto aquarium has returned home to resume his job as a fishing guide while his case winds its way through the justice system.

Canadians gather at Juno Beach on 75th anniversary of D-Day

Thousands of Canadians will gather on a stretch of beach on the coast of Normandy in France on Thursday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, one of the most pivotal days of the Second World War.
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Canadians gather at Juno Beach on 75th anniversary of D-Day

Thousands of Canadians will gather on a stretch of beach on the coast of Normandy in France on Thursday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, one of the most pivotal days of the Second World War.

'Restored faith': Neighbours deem wheelchair ramp unsafe for senior, build him new one

A group of neighbours in Toronto joined forces to build a new wheelchair ramp for a 95-year-old man in a heartwarming display of kindness.
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'Restored faith': Neighbours deem wheelchair ramp unsafe for senior, build him new one

A group of neighbours in Toronto joined forces to build a new wheelchair ramp for a 95-year-old man in a heartwarming display of kindness.

Thousands of Canadians gather at Juno Beach on 75th anniversary of D-Day

Thousands of Canadians will gather on a stretch of beach on the coast of Normandy in France on Thursday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, one of the most pivotal days of the Second World War.
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Thousands of Canadians gather at Juno Beach on 75th anniversary of D-Day

Thousands of Canadians will gather on a stretch of beach on the coast of Normandy in France on Thursday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, one of the most pivotal days of the Second World War.

Ontario government to cap public sector wage increases

Ontario introduced legislation Wednesday to limit wage increases for public sector workers, including teachers and nurses -- a move major unions said could derail ongoing contract negotiations, spark protests and give rise to a court challenge.
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Ontario government to cap public sector wage increases

Ontario introduced legislation Wednesday to limit wage increases for public sector workers, including teachers and nurses -- a move major unions said could derail ongoing contract negotiations, spark protests and give rise to a court challenge.

Judge gives prison time to Calgary couple in toddler's infection death

A judge says a mother and father convicted in their toddler's death from an infection pose no threat to society, but prison time is needed to make sure other parents don't fail to get timely medical care for their children.
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Judge gives prison time to Calgary couple in toddler's infection death

A judge says a mother and father convicted in their toddler's death from an infection pose no threat to society, but prison time is needed to make sure other parents don't fail to get timely medical care for their children.

Canada to honour 75th anniversary of D-Day with ceremonies across country

Canadians will mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day in ceremonies across the country today -- with the aged veterans who are the last living link to the largest seaborne invasion in history as the venerated guests of honour.
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Canada to honour 75th anniversary of D-Day with ceremonies across country

Canadians will mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day in ceremonies across the country today -- with the aged veterans who are the last living link to the largest seaborne invasion in history as the venerated guests of honour.

RCMP, border agency deny searching Huawei executive's phones, devices

Lawyers for the RCMP and Canada Border Services Agency deny allegations that their officers searched Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's phones and electronic devices after a border official wrote down her passwords.
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RCMP, border agency deny searching Huawei executive's phones, devices

Lawyers for the RCMP and Canada Border Services Agency deny allegations that their officers searched Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's phones and electronic devices after a border official wrote down her passwords.

Indigenous police chief: governments should follow MMIWG recommendations

The head of the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association is calling on Ottawa and Quebec to address the chronic underfunding of Indigenous police forces outlined in this week's report of a national public inquiry.
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Indigenous police chief: governments should follow MMIWG recommendations

The head of the First Nations Chiefs of Police Association is calling on Ottawa and Quebec to address the chronic underfunding of Indigenous police forces outlined in this week's report of a national public inquiry.

Two people charged in death of Edmonton toddler to have separate trials

Two people charged in the death of a toddler whose body was found outside an Edmonton church in 2017 will have separate trials.
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Two people charged in death of Edmonton toddler to have separate trials

Two people charged in the death of a toddler whose body was found outside an Edmonton church in 2017 will have separate trials.

DNA analysis suggests Dene descended from first North Americans

Genetic research is showing that the Indigenous people of Canada's Western Arctic are descended from some of the first humans to live in North America.
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DNA analysis suggests Dene descended from first North Americans

Genetic research is showing that the Indigenous people of Canada's Western Arctic are descended from some of the first humans to live in North America.

Military help in Pikangikum First Nation being 'drawn down' as wildfire slows

The Canadian Armed Forces says military help is being «drawn down» in a remote northwestern Ontario First Nation as a wildfire that triggered the evacuation of vulnerable residents slows its spread.
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Military help in Pikangikum First Nation being 'drawn down' as wildfire slows

The Canadian Armed Forces says military help is being «drawn down» in a remote northwestern Ontario First Nation as a wildfire that triggered the evacuation of vulnerable residents slows its spread.

Thief steals bikes donated as rewards for Regina students

Several bikes intended for worthy students were stolen from a Regina school’s storage shed. Within hours, the community started replacing the prizes.
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Thief steals bikes donated as rewards for Regina students

Several bikes intended for worthy students were stolen from a Regina school’s storage shed. Within hours, the community started replacing the prizes.

'Total disbelief': Man guesses code to safe unopened for 40 years

A Fort McMurray man cracked the code to a safe that had been unopened for some 40 years in the town of Vermilion, Alta., revealing old paperwork including a waitress’s order sheet.
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'Total disbelief': Man guesses code to safe unopened for 40 years

A Fort McMurray man cracked the code to a safe that had been unopened for some 40 years in the town of Vermilion, Alta., revealing old paperwork including a waitress’s order sheet.

UNB prof criticized for immigration views to retire, school says

A University of New Brunswick professor denounced by colleagues for promoting what they say are racist arguments about immigration has agreed to retire.
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UNB prof criticized for immigration views to retire, school says

A University of New Brunswick professor denounced by colleagues for promoting what they say are racist arguments about immigration has agreed to retire.

'My son's not breathing:' 911 call played at meningitis death trial

The father of a toddler who died of bacterial meningitis called 911 because his son wasn't breathing but initially declined an offer of an ambulance, a trial heard Tuesday.
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'My son's not breathing:' 911 call played at meningitis death trial

The father of a toddler who died of bacterial meningitis called 911 because his son wasn't breathing but initially declined an offer of an ambulance, a trial heard Tuesday.

Bystanders save mom, baby from random knife attack in Greater Sudbury, Ont.

Police in Greater Sudbury, Ont., are hailing a bystander for intervening in a random on-street knife attack on a woman and her baby.
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Bystanders save mom, baby from random knife attack in Greater Sudbury, Ont.

Police in Greater Sudbury, Ont., are hailing a bystander for intervening in a random on-street knife attack on a woman and her baby.

Moncton puts rainbow crosswalks on hold citing public safety concerns

There won't be any rainbow crosswalks in Moncton, N.B., this year while city officials await a national report looking into the safety of the crossings.
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Moncton puts rainbow crosswalks on hold citing public safety concerns

There won't be any rainbow crosswalks in Moncton, N.B., this year while city officials await a national report looking into the safety of the crossings.

Police say boy, 9, OK after jumping from SUV while it was being stolen

Police in Saskatoon say a nine-year-old boy who was inside a vehicle while it was being stolen jumped out as it was moving.
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Police say boy, 9, OK after jumping from SUV while it was being stolen

Police in Saskatoon say a nine-year-old boy who was inside a vehicle while it was being stolen jumped out as it was moving.

RCMP shooting that left Alberta man partially paralyzed deemed reasonable

The executive director of a unit that investigates serious police actions says a shooting that left a 29-year-old man partially paralyzed was reasonable and justified.
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RCMP shooting that left Alberta man partially paralyzed deemed reasonable

The executive director of a unit that investigates serious police actions says a shooting that left a 29-year-old man partially paralyzed was reasonable and justified.

Manitoba legislature to break for summer, premier signals early election

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister gave his strongest signal yet of an early election, as the spring sitting of the legislature wound down Monday before the summer break.
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Manitoba legislature to break for summer, premier signals early election

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister gave his strongest signal yet of an early election, as the spring sitting of the legislature wound down Monday before the summer break.

'Something was wrong:' Calgary trial hears boy could barely walk before he died

A flea market vendor told a Calgary manslaughter trial Monday that he was so troubled by the sight of a shuffling five-year-old with a head bandage that he called social workers.
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'Something was wrong:' Calgary trial hears boy could barely walk before he died

A flea market vendor told a Calgary manslaughter trial Monday that he was so troubled by the sight of a shuffling five-year-old with a head bandage that he called social workers.

Treasure hunt sees fun-loving Edmonton family scoop $100,000

A fun-loving Edmonton family has won $100,000 in gold and silver by finding one of three treasure troves hidden in Canadian cities.
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Treasure hunt sees fun-loving Edmonton family scoop $100,000

A fun-loving Edmonton family has won $100,000 in gold and silver by finding one of three treasure troves hidden in Canadian cities.

MMIWG report explained: Why commission invoked 'Canadian genocide'

The two-year national inquiry stated systemic violence against Indigenous women and girls amounts to a «Canadian genocide» in breach of the country's obligations under international law and that Canada should be held accountable for its genocidal
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MMIWG report explained: Why commission invoked 'Canadian genocide'

The two-year national inquiry stated systemic violence against Indigenous women and girls amounts to a «Canadian genocide» in breach of the country's obligations under international law and that Canada should be held accountable for its genocidal acts.

Witness tells court she told Alberta mother to take sick child to hospital

A friend of an Alberta woman has testified that she advised her to get a medical opinion the day before the woman's 19-month-old son stopped breathing and later died of meningitis.
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Witness tells court she told Alberta mother to take sick child to hospital

A friend of an Alberta woman has testified that she advised her to get a medical opinion the day before the woman's 19-month-old son stopped breathing and later died of meningitis.