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Why there is no fencing, safety equipment or lifeguards at Peggys Cove

There have been multiple drownings over the decades at iconic Peggys Cove near Halifax, including one in April. With another tourist season approaching, CBC News looks at why some safety measures proposed over the years were abandoned or never implemented.
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Why there is no fencing, safety equipment or lifeguards at Peggys Cove

There have been multiple drownings over the decades at iconic Peggys Cove near Halifax, including one in April. With another tourist season approaching, CBC News looks at why some safety measures proposed over the years were abandoned or never implemented.

Soaring fuel prices hamper Canadians' long-awaited travel plans

After two years of lockdowns and travel restrictions, many Canadians are eager to travel. But while travellers no longer have to worry about a Covid-19 test to return home, they face a new hurdle: skyrocketing fuel costs.
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Soaring fuel prices hamper Canadians' long-awaited travel plans

After two years of lockdowns and travel restrictions, many Canadians are eager to travel. But while travellers no longer have to worry about a Covid-19 test to return home, they face a new hurdle: skyrocketing fuel costs.

Steven Del Duca vows he will win his riding, Doug Ford begs to differ

If there is one riding in the province the Ontario Liberals most desperately want to win on election night, it's Vaughan-Woodbridge, where party leader Steven Del Duca is running.
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Steven Del Duca vows he will win his riding, Doug Ford begs to differ

If there is one riding in the province the Ontario Liberals most desperately want to win on election night, it's Vaughan-Woodbridge, where party leader Steven Del Duca is running.

Justice Mahmud Jamal reflects on his first year on the Supreme Court bench in new special interview

Ahead of his one-year anniversary on the Supreme Court of Canada this July, Mahmud Jamal spoke with CTV National News National Affairs Correspondent Omar Sachedina to reflect on his past year on the bench.
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Justice Mahmud Jamal reflects on his first year on the Supreme Court bench in new special interview

Ahead of his one-year anniversary on the Supreme Court of Canada this July, Mahmud Jamal spoke with CTV National News National Affairs Correspondent Omar Sachedina to reflect on his past year on the bench.

Tens of thousands without power after severe storm hits Ottawa

Hydro Ottawa says it will take several days to restore power and clean up after a severe storm damaged hydro poles and wires on Saturday.
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Tens of thousands without power after severe storm hits Ottawa

Hydro Ottawa says it will take several days to restore power and clean up after a severe storm damaged hydro poles and wires on Saturday.

Ontario storm leaves six dead and tens of thousands without power

Communities have been left reeling after a severe thunderstorm ripped through much of southern Ontario, leaving six people dead and tens of thousands without power.
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Ontario storm leaves six dead and tens of thousands without power

Communities have been left reeling after a severe thunderstorm ripped through much of southern Ontario, leaving six people dead and tens of thousands without power.

A 'relieved' Jason Kenney says he won't run in the UCP leadership race

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he will not be running in the race to pick a new leader of the United Conservative party.
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A 'relieved' Jason Kenney says he won't run in the UCP leadership race

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he will not be running in the race to pick a new leader of the United Conservative party.

Three dead, more than 350K without power after powerful storm rips through Ontario

Three people are dead and more than 350,000 are without power after an intense thunderstorm pummeled southern Ontario Saturday afternoon.
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Three dead, more than 350K without power after powerful storm rips through Ontario

Three people are dead and more than 350,000 are without power after an intense thunderstorm pummeled southern Ontario Saturday afternoon.

Storm topples trees in southern Ont., killing 2; warnings remain for parts of Ont., Que.

As the May long weekend kicked off, a massive thunderstorm in southern Ontario brought strong wind gusts that knocked down trees, took out power and left at least two people dead.
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Storm topples trees in southern Ont., killing 2; warnings remain for parts of Ont., Que.

As the May long weekend kicked off, a massive thunderstorm in southern Ontario brought strong wind gusts that knocked down trees, took out power and left at least two people dead.

What's in Bill 96, Quebec's new law to protect the French language

Bill 96 is set to become law next week. What exactly is, and isn’t, in Bill 96? And how will it work in practice? Here’s what we know so far.
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What's in Bill 96, Quebec's new law to protect the French language

Bill 96 is set to become law next week. What exactly is, and isn’t, in Bill 96? And how will it work in practice? Here’s what we know so far.

Severe thunderstorm, tornado warnings issued for southern Ont., Que.

As the May long weekend kicks off, Environment Canada has issued severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings for some parts of southern Ontario and Quebec.
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Severe thunderstorm, tornado warnings issued for southern Ont., Que.

As the May long weekend kicks off, Environment Canada has issued severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings for some parts of southern Ontario and Quebec.

The Trudeau government isn't using all the tools to protect Canadians from inflation, economist says

The federal government says many of the factors driving inflation are beyond its control, which is true. But one economist says Ottawa isn't doing all it could to mitigate the burden on low-income households.
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The Trudeau government isn't using all the tools to protect Canadians from inflation, economist says

The federal government says many of the factors driving inflation are beyond its control, which is true. But one economist says Ottawa isn't doing all it could to mitigate the burden on low-income households.

Officials confirm 10 cases of acute severe hepatitis in children in Canada

Ten children in Canada were found to be suffering from acute severe hepatitis not caused by a known hepatitis virus over a nearly six-month period recently, the Public Health Agency of Canada announced Friday.
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Officials confirm 10 cases of acute severe hepatitis in children in Canada

Ten children in Canada were found to be suffering from acute severe hepatitis not caused by a known hepatitis virus over a nearly six-month period recently, the Public Health Agency of Canada announced Friday.

Tamara Lich to find out Wednesday if she's returning to jail

The Freedom Convoy organizer is asking that bail conditions barring her from social media and travelling to Ontario be lifted. Crown lawyers say she's already violated her conditions, and argue she should be back in jail. 
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Tamara Lich to find out Wednesday if she's returning to jail

The Freedom Convoy organizer is asking that bail conditions barring her from social media and travelling to Ontario be lifted. Crown lawyers say she's already violated her conditions, and argue she should be back in jail. 

Early Chinese Canadian gold miners remembered for their contribution to B.C.'s Cariboo communities

Ah Bau and Chew Nam Sing were among the estimated 5,000 pioneers from China who came to B.C's Cariboo region to prospect for gold in the late 19th century.
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Early Chinese Canadian gold miners remembered for their contribution to B.C.'s Cariboo communities

Ah Bau and Chew Nam Sing were among the estimated 5,000 pioneers from China who came to B.C's Cariboo region to prospect for gold in the late 19th century.

'A crutch to continue to prejudice': Montreal's LGBTQ community fears stigma from monkeypox

Quebec health officials have confirmed two cases of monkeypox in the province and are investigating 20 suspected cases. Since many of those are tied to men who have sex with men, Montreal's LGBTQ community is worried about the social impact of the virus.
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'A crutch to continue to prejudice': Montreal's LGBTQ community fears stigma from monkeypox

Quebec health officials have confirmed two cases of monkeypox in the province and are investigating 20 suspected cases. Since many of those are tied to men who have sex with men, Montreal's LGBTQ community is worried about the social impact of the virus.

Work to exhume remains at former Kamloops residential school could begin soon, chief says

After a year of grieving since the detection of 215 suspected unmarked graves at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, a new phase begins in the journey of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation ⁠— bringing the missing children home.
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Work to exhume remains at former Kamloops residential school could begin soon, chief says

After a year of grieving since the detection of 215 suspected unmarked graves at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, a new phase begins in the journey of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation ⁠— bringing the missing children home.

What is 5G, and why is Canada banning Huawei from its telecom networks?

The federal government is banning China's Huawei Technologies from involvement in Canada's 5G wireless network. Here's a primer on what led up to this decision and what you need to know about this next-generation wireless technology.
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What is 5G, and why is Canada banning Huawei from its telecom networks?

The federal government is banning China's Huawei Technologies from involvement in Canada's 5G wireless network. Here's a primer on what led up to this decision and what you need to know about this next-generation wireless technology.

Ontario woman says daughter was discriminated against over face mask

An Ontario woman believes her daughter was discriminated against after she was allegedly kicked out of a local activity centre over her choice to wear a face mask.
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Ontario woman says daughter was discriminated against over face mask

An Ontario woman believes her daughter was discriminated against after she was allegedly kicked out of a local activity centre over her choice to wear a face mask.

Royal Military College awards posthumous degrees to four cadets killed in Kingston, Ont.

Four Royal Military College cadets who died in a motor vehicle accident in Kingston, Ont. last month were given their degrees posthumously on Thursday and honoured in a memorial put on by friends at the college.
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Royal Military College awards posthumous degrees to four cadets killed in Kingston, Ont.

Four Royal Military College cadets who died in a motor vehicle accident in Kingston, Ont. last month were given their degrees posthumously on Thursday and honoured in a memorial put on by friends at the college.

After N.B. police killing of Indigenous woman, chiefs demand systemic racism inquiry

The results of the recent coroner's inquest into the police killing of an Indigenous woman in New Brunswick demonstrate the urgent need for an Indigenous-led inquiry into systemic racism, according to the six chiefs of the Wolastoqey Nation.
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After N.B. police killing of Indigenous woman, chiefs demand systemic racism inquiry

The results of the recent coroner's inquest into the police killing of an Indigenous woman in New Brunswick demonstrate the urgent need for an Indigenous-led inquiry into systemic racism, according to the six chiefs of the Wolastoqey Nation.

Why Canada is banning Huawei from participating in Canada's 5G network

The federal government is banning China's Huawei Technologies from involvement in Canada's 5G wireless network. Huawei and the Chinese government have vigorously denied accusations around the danger of spying, saying that the company poses no security threat.
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Why Canada is banning Huawei from participating in Canada's 5G network

The federal government is banning China's Huawei Technologies from involvement in Canada's 5G wireless network. Huawei and the Chinese government have vigorously denied accusations around the danger of spying, saying that the company poses no security threat.

'This is an unusual situation': Feds monitoring monkeypox cases in Canada

Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam says the federal government is monitoring monkeypox cases and their chains of transmission after two cases were confirmed in this country.
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'This is an unusual situation': Feds monitoring monkeypox cases in Canada

Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam says the federal government is monitoring monkeypox cases and their chains of transmission after two cases were confirmed in this country.

World Bee Day a chance to remind people how important, and how threatened, the insects are

World Bee Day is a chance to celebrate the hard work bees do to pollinate our plants and the work that's been done to protect them, but it's also an opportunity to remind the public how much more there's left to do to prevent them from disappearing completely
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World Bee Day a chance to remind people how important, and how threatened, the insects are

World Bee Day is a chance to celebrate the hard work bees do to pollinate our plants and the work that's been done to protect them, but it's also an opportunity to remind the public how much more there's left to do to prevent them from disappearing completely.

This Ontario election is about many things. Indigenous issues aren't among them, observers say

The Ontario election campaign has largely ignored Indigenous people and issues, according to several current and former political leaders and analysts who hope that will change soon ahead of the June 2 vote.
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This Ontario election is about many things. Indigenous issues aren't among them, observers say

The Ontario election campaign has largely ignored Indigenous people and issues, according to several current and former political leaders and analysts who hope that will change soon ahead of the June 2 vote.

With Kenney's exit, the 'resistance' era is over — but something louder might follow

In 2018, Maclean’s put five Conservative leaders on its cover and billed them as “the resistance." The demise of this political effort to push back on Trudeau government policies tells us a lot about the politics of the last few years — but it might als
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With Kenney's exit, the 'resistance' era is over — but something louder might follow

In 2018, Maclean’s put five Conservative leaders on its cover and billed them as “the resistance." The demise of this political effort to push back on Trudeau government policies tells us a lot about the politics of the last few years — but it might also set the stage for a new and fiercer kind of resistance.

Canadian study offers important clue to why some back pain becomes chronic

A study conducted by researchers at McGill University and scientists from Italy suggests that blocking inflammation after injury might make that pain chronic — a finding that challenges the standard approach to treating pain.
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Canadian study offers important clue to why some back pain becomes chronic

A study conducted by researchers at McGill University and scientists from Italy suggests that blocking inflammation after injury might make that pain chronic — a finding that challenges the standard approach to treating pain.

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