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Sask. First Nation 'very, very excited' about famous chief's exoneration

Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation say they've waited decades for their famous chief's treason-felony conviction to be wiped away. That day has arrived.
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Sask. First Nation 'very, very excited' about famous chief's exoneration

Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation say they've waited decades for their famous chief's treason-felony conviction to be wiped away. That day has arrived.

Art restoration expert unveils secrets behind old paintings at the ROM

Heidi Sobol's official title is senior paintings conservator, but she's like the Royal Ontario Museum's art detective, uncovering new information about old paintings. She spoke to CBC Toronto before the opening of In The Age Of Rembrandt at the ROM.
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Art restoration expert unveils secrets behind old paintings at the ROM

Heidi Sobol's official title is senior paintings conservator, but she's like the Royal Ontario Museum's art detective, uncovering new information about old paintings. She spoke to CBC Toronto before the opening of In The Age Of Rembrandt at the ROM.

What U.S. flooding could mean for Canada's Prairie farmers

Flooding across the United States agriculture belt continues to thwart the planting of key crops — something that could help some Canadian farmers fetch better commodity prices themselves.
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What U.S. flooding could mean for Canada's Prairie farmers

Flooding across the United States agriculture belt continues to thwart the planting of key crops — something that could help some Canadian farmers fetch better commodity prices themselves.

Secretly filmed by boyfriend for years, Montreal-area woman says 'it felt like the end of the world'

For eight years, Melissa thought she had struck gold: she had a supportive and caring boyfriend who loved her kids, even if they weren't his own. Then she discovered the hidden cameras.
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Secretly filmed by boyfriend for years, Montreal-area woman says 'it felt like the end of the world'

For eight years, Melissa thought she had struck gold: she had a supportive and caring boyfriend who loved her kids, even if they weren't his own. Then she discovered the hidden cameras.

Trudeau in Saskatchewan to exonerate Chief Poundmaker of treason

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is to visit a Saskatchewan First Nation today to exonerate a chief unjustly convicted of treason more than 130 years ago.
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Trudeau in Saskatchewan to exonerate Chief Poundmaker of treason

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is to visit a Saskatchewan First Nation today to exonerate a chief unjustly convicted of treason more than 130 years ago.

Canadian secretly filmed allegedly hitting children in Japanese daycare

A Canadian instructor has been fired from the unlicensed daycare centre where he worked in Japan, after a co-worker shared secretly-captured videos that appeared to show him roughly handling and hitting young children.
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Canadian secretly filmed allegedly hitting children in Japanese daycare

A Canadian instructor has been fired from the unlicensed daycare centre where he worked in Japan, after a co-worker shared secretly-captured videos that appeared to show him roughly handling and hitting young children.

First Nations leaders disappointed Indigenous high school courses not mandatory

Indigenous courses will not be a mandatory part of the high school curriculum in Ontario - a decision that has angered First Nations members.
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First Nations leaders disappointed Indigenous high school courses not mandatory

Indigenous courses will not be a mandatory part of the high school curriculum in Ontario - a decision that has angered First Nations members.

Rick Hansen's new mission: Improving accessibility across Canada

With an interactive new poster based on need, accessibility advocate Rick Hansen’s foundation is launching the ‘Everyone Everywhere’ campaign to raise awareness to improve physical accessibility for all Canadians.
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Rick Hansen's new mission: Improving accessibility across Canada

With an interactive new poster based on need, accessibility advocate Rick Hansen’s foundation is launching the ‘Everyone Everywhere’ campaign to raise awareness to improve physical accessibility for all Canadians.

Marineland confirms walrus death, two deer killed in opening day stampede

Controversial Canadian waterpark Marineland has announced the death of one of its walruses, days after “demonstrators” were blamed for causing a stampede that led to the deaths of two deer.
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Marineland confirms walrus death, two deer killed in opening day stampede

Controversial Canadian waterpark Marineland has announced the death of one of its walruses, days after “demonstrators” were blamed for causing a stampede that led to the deaths of two deer.

Three women sue, alleging sexual assault by Correctional Service guard

Three women who say they were sexually assaulted by a prison guard have launched a lawsuit against the federal correctional service.
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Three women sue, alleging sexual assault by Correctional Service guard

Three women who say they were sexually assaulted by a prison guard have launched a lawsuit against the federal correctional service.

Pipeline protester interrupts Trudeau fundraising speech in Vancouver

An Indigenous protester opposed to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion interrupted a speech by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a Liberal fundraiser on Wednesday.
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Pipeline protester interrupts Trudeau fundraising speech in Vancouver

An Indigenous protester opposed to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion interrupted a speech by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a Liberal fundraiser on Wednesday.

Alberta throne speech followed by bill to repeal provincial carbon tax

The new Alberta government has set its first legislature sitting in motion with a throne speech followed immediately by a bill to repeal the provincial carbon tax.
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Alberta throne speech followed by bill to repeal provincial carbon tax

The new Alberta government has set its first legislature sitting in motion with a throne speech followed immediately by a bill to repeal the provincial carbon tax.

Canada stripping citizenship from Chinese man over marriage fraud

The federal government is taking the relatively rare step of revoking Canadian citizenship from a Chinese man because he allegedly got it through a bogus marriage.
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Canada stripping citizenship from Chinese man over marriage fraud

The federal government is taking the relatively rare step of revoking Canadian citizenship from a Chinese man because he allegedly got it through a bogus marriage.

Mother attacked at Saskatoon park says she feared for daughter's life

Saskatoon police are investigating a disturbing video that appears to show a group of young boys swarm and repeatedly attack a mother at a park playground.
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Mother attacked at Saskatoon park says she feared for daughter's life

Saskatoon police are investigating a disturbing video that appears to show a group of young boys swarm and repeatedly attack a mother at a park playground.

Minimal progress in military's fight against sexual misconduct, survey finds

A new Statistics Canada survey of military personnel suggests the Canadian Forces has made minimal progress in eradicating serious sexual misconduct from the ranks despite years of effort.
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Minimal progress in military's fight against sexual misconduct, survey finds

A new Statistics Canada survey of military personnel suggests the Canadian Forces has made minimal progress in eradicating serious sexual misconduct from the ranks despite years of effort.

UN human rights observers warn Quebec about secularism bill

High-ranking human rights monitors with the United Nations are concerned the Quebec government will violate fundamental freedoms if it moves ahead with legislation to limit where religious symbols can be worn.
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UN human rights observers warn Quebec about secularism bill

High-ranking human rights monitors with the United Nations are concerned the Quebec government will violate fundamental freedoms if it moves ahead with legislation to limit where religious symbols can be worn.

'Write me and tell me your heart:' Leonard Cohen's letters to muse Marianne Ihlen set for auction

Marianne Ihlen’s influence on Leonard Cohen lingered long after their time together, and now the public is poised to get a deeper glimpse into the relationship between Ihlen and the Canadian poet-turned-musician.
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'Write me and tell me your heart:' Leonard Cohen's letters to muse Marianne Ihlen set for auction

Marianne Ihlen’s influence on Leonard Cohen lingered long after their time together, and now the public is poised to get a deeper glimpse into the relationship between Ihlen and the Canadian poet-turned-musician.

Millions allegedly found in subsidized home of B.C. retiree tied to $1.2B Aussie drug bust

B.C.'s director of civil forfeiture wants to keep more than $3 million in cash allegedly found stashed in the subsidized home of a retiree who police claim has links to Australia's biggest drug bust.
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Millions allegedly found in subsidized home of B.C. retiree tied to $1.2B Aussie drug bust

B.C.'s director of civil forfeiture wants to keep more than $3 million in cash allegedly found stashed in the subsidized home of a retiree who police claim has links to Australia's biggest drug bust.

126 cases and 0 criminal charges: Is Quebec's police watchdog doing its job?

The Celiks watched as their son died after being beaten by police officers. They hoped for criminal charges. Instead they got a familiar refrain: no charges will be laid.
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126 cases and 0 criminal charges: Is Quebec's police watchdog doing its job?

The Celiks watched as their son died after being beaten by police officers. They hoped for criminal charges. Instead they got a familiar refrain: no charges will be laid.

Sexual misconduct persists in military despite efforts to curb assault, StatsCan reports

The number of military personnel reporting sexual misconduct has remained virtually unchanged despite efforts to crack down on assaults, a Statistics Canada survey released today indicates.
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Sexual misconduct persists in military despite efforts to curb assault, StatsCan reports

The number of military personnel reporting sexual misconduct has remained virtually unchanged despite efforts to crack down on assaults, a Statistics Canada survey released today indicates.

WestJet pilot's eyes burned by laser on flight from Newfoundland to Florida

The plane was about 40 kilometres from the Orlando International Airport when the incident happened, says the FAA.
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WestJet pilot's eyes burned by laser on flight from Newfoundland to Florida

The plane was about 40 kilometres from the Orlando International Airport when the incident happened, says the FAA.

Killer of Calgary mother, daughter gets no parole for 50 years

A man convicted of killing a Calgary mother and her young daughter will have to wait 50 years before he has a chance at parole.
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Killer of Calgary mother, daughter gets no parole for 50 years

A man convicted of killing a Calgary mother and her young daughter will have to wait 50 years before he has a chance at parole.

Criminal charges rare for bartenders in drunk driving cases, legal experts say

Legal experts say criminal charges like those laid against a former bar server in connection with a drunk-driving crash that killed two Ottawa-area teens are rare and difficult to prove.
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Criminal charges rare for bartenders in drunk driving cases, legal experts say

Legal experts say criminal charges like those laid against a former bar server in connection with a drunk-driving crash that killed two Ottawa-area teens are rare and difficult to prove.

Ontario, New Brunswick premiers meeting in Toronto to discuss carbon tax

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is set to meet with his New Brunswick counterpart today to discuss a number of issues, including their shared opposition to the federal carbon tax.
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Ontario, New Brunswick premiers meeting in Toronto to discuss carbon tax

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is set to meet with his New Brunswick counterpart today to discuss a number of issues, including their shared opposition to the federal carbon tax.

Body recovered from Great Slave Lake is one of three missing snowmobilers: RCMP

Mounties say a body that was spotted in Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories last week has been recovered, and has been confirmed to be one of three missing snowmobilers.
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Body recovered from Great Slave Lake is one of three missing snowmobilers: RCMP

Mounties say a body that was spotted in Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories last week has been recovered, and has been confirmed to be one of three missing snowmobilers.

Firefighter alleges human rights violated after not being provided enough vegan food when battling B.C. wildfire

An Ontario firefighter alleges his human rights were violated when he was not provided sufficient vegan food while battling a massive blaze in B.C.
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Firefighter alleges human rights violated after not being provided enough vegan food when battling B.C. wildfire

An Ontario firefighter alleges his human rights were violated when he was not provided sufficient vegan food while battling a massive blaze in B.C.

Mothers push for answers from Moncton hospital at centre of class-action lawsuit

More women are coming forward believing they may be victims of a nurse who is accused of improperly drugging women at a hospital in Moncton, N.B., to force risky emergency C-sections.
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Mothers push for answers from Moncton hospital at centre of class-action lawsuit

More women are coming forward believing they may be victims of a nurse who is accused of improperly drugging women at a hospital in Moncton, N.B., to force risky emergency C-sections.

Food insecurity in Nunavut increased after federal subsidy program: study

Food insecurity in Nunavut has actually worsened in the years since the federal government launched a retail subsidy program aimed at improving access and affordability in Canada’s North, according to a new study.
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Food insecurity in Nunavut increased after federal subsidy program: study

Food insecurity in Nunavut has actually worsened in the years since the federal government launched a retail subsidy program aimed at improving access and affordability in Canada’s North, according to a new study.

New Alberta legislative session beginning of end for province's carbon tax

On the eve of Alberta's carbon tax heading to the chopping block, the province's environment minister says green projects currently being funded by the levy will go ahead.
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New Alberta legislative session beginning of end for province's carbon tax

On the eve of Alberta's carbon tax heading to the chopping block, the province's environment minister says green projects currently being funded by the levy will go ahead.

Animal welfare officials arrest Quebec roadside zoo owner, seize lions, tigers and bears

Animal welfare officials announced Tuesday that they were charging the owner of a Quebec zoo with criminal animal cruelty and moving to seize over 100 wild and exotic animals from the rural property east of Montreal.
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Animal welfare officials arrest Quebec roadside zoo owner, seize lions, tigers and bears

Animal welfare officials announced Tuesday that they were charging the owner of a Quebec zoo with criminal animal cruelty and moving to seize over 100 wild and exotic animals from the rural property east of Montreal.

Deported N.S. sex predator battles charge that would keep him in U.S. jail

A sexual predator released and deported to the United States after a controversial Parole Board of Canada decision is now arguing several charges against him should be dropped due to the passage of time.
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Deported N.S. sex predator battles charge that would keep him in U.S. jail

A sexual predator released and deported to the United States after a controversial Parole Board of Canada decision is now arguing several charges against him should be dropped due to the passage of time.

Pilot told father of battery issue hours before crash that killed five

A 32-year-old British Columbia pilot who was killed in a plane crash in Honduras on Saturday is being described by his father as a spontaneous person who was a happy child.
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Pilot told father of battery issue hours before crash that killed five

A 32-year-old British Columbia pilot who was killed in a plane crash in Honduras on Saturday is being described by his father as a spontaneous person who was a happy child.

First phase of inquiry into Lionel Desmond triple murder-suicide begins today

The first stage begins of the long-awaited inquiry into what happened prior to Lionel Desmond killing his mother, wife and daughter before turning the gun on himself in 2017.
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First phase of inquiry into Lionel Desmond triple murder-suicide begins today

The first stage begins of the long-awaited inquiry into what happened prior to Lionel Desmond killing his mother, wife and daughter before turning the gun on himself in 2017.

'Toxic, dysfunctional': N.S. prisons leave workers feeling bullied, fearful

CBC News obtained internal workplace assessments at two Nova Scotia prisons that reveal staff are often belittled by management. Employees also believe their safety is in jeopardy when policies aren’t followed and bosses give in to demands from inmates.
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'Toxic, dysfunctional': N.S. prisons leave workers feeling bullied, fearful

CBC News obtained internal workplace assessments at two Nova Scotia prisons that reveal staff are often belittled by management. Employees also believe their safety is in jeopardy when policies aren’t followed and bosses give in to demands from inmates.

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