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As marathon weekend sitting of Quebec's National Assembly continues, focus shifts to religious symbols bill

After a marathon legislative session that ended in the wee hours Sunday with the adoption of a controversial immigration reform bill, bleary-eyed MNAs are back in the National Assembly this morning debating another contentious piece of legislation.
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As marathon weekend sitting of Quebec's National Assembly continues, focus shifts to religious symbols bill

After a marathon legislative session that ended in the wee hours Sunday with the adoption of a controversial immigration reform bill, bleary-eyed MNAs are back in the National Assembly this morning debating another contentious piece of legislation.

Quebec passes controversial immigration reform bill in rare overnight vote

The Quebec government has passed a controversial immigration reform bill which will scrap thousands of ongoing applications to live and work in the province.
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Quebec passes controversial immigration reform bill in rare overnight vote

The Quebec government has passed a controversial immigration reform bill which will scrap thousands of ongoing applications to live and work in the province.

Majority agrees Indigenous women victims of 'genocide' but not on how or by whom

Most Canadians agree that the murders and disappearances of Indigenous women amount to genocide, a new poll suggests.
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Majority agrees Indigenous women victims of 'genocide' but not on how or by whom

Most Canadians agree that the murders and disappearances of Indigenous women amount to genocide, a new poll suggests.

Federal cabinet to decide again on Trans Mountain pipeline expansion this week

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet will decide Tuesday whether to greenlight the Trans Mountain expansion project, amid political and legal uncertainty for the pipeline the government bought last year for $4.5 billion.
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Federal cabinet to decide again on Trans Mountain pipeline expansion this week

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet will decide Tuesday whether to greenlight the Trans Mountain expansion project, amid political and legal uncertainty for the pipeline the government bought last year for $4.5 billion.

Quebec passes bill to reform immigration system after government invokes closure

After a 19-hour marathon session, members of Quebec's National Assembly have passed legislation that would allow the government to cancel roughly 16,000 immigration applications.
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Quebec passes bill to reform immigration system after government invokes closure

After a 19-hour marathon session, members of Quebec's National Assembly have passed legislation that would allow the government to cancel roughly 16,000 immigration applications.

Police search for witnesses after altercation at Pride event in Hamilton, Ont.

Hamilton police are asking witnesses to come forward after an altercation at a Pride event may have left multiple people injured.
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Police search for witnesses after altercation at Pride event in Hamilton, Ont.

Hamilton police are asking witnesses to come forward after an altercation at a Pride event may have left multiple people injured.

Ontario Premier Doug Ford marches in York Region Pride parade

Ontario Premier Doug Ford marched in the York Region LGBT pride parade today with officers from the local police service. Ford has said he will not march in Toronto's pride parade until uniformed officers are allowed to participate.
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Ontario Premier Doug Ford marches in York Region Pride parade

Ontario Premier Doug Ford marched in the York Region LGBT pride parade today with officers from the local police service. Ford has said he will not march in Toronto's pride parade until uniformed officers are allowed to participate.

Two dead, including one who police believe was a child, in Alberta house fire

Two people, including one who police believe was a child, have been found dead inside a burnt-out home in Plamondon, Alta.
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Two dead, including one who police believe was a child, in Alberta house fire

Two people, including one who police believe was a child, have been found dead inside a burnt-out home in Plamondon, Alta.

Manitoba Second World War veteran turns 100, receives France's highest honour

On his 100th birthday, a veteran from Manitoba was awarded France’s Legion of Honour in recognition of his role in liberating the country during the Second World War.
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Manitoba Second World War veteran turns 100, receives France's highest honour

On his 100th birthday, a veteran from Manitoba was awarded France’s Legion of Honour in recognition of his role in liberating the country during the Second World War.

Canada tops New Zealand, qualifies for round of 16

Jessie Fleming and Nichelle Prince scored second-half goals as Canada moved into the round of 16 at the Women's World Cup with a 2-0 win over New Zealand on Saturday.
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Canada tops New Zealand, qualifies for round of 16

Jessie Fleming and Nichelle Prince scored second-half goals as Canada moved into the round of 16 at the Women's World Cup with a 2-0 win over New Zealand on Saturday.

'Redemption has been given to me': Ontario's newest lawyer undoes bad chapter

Malcolm Zoraik will have earned more than just the right to practice law when he's called to Ontario's bar later this month. The 56-year-old says he'll have won a decade-long battle to reclaim his reputation.
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'Redemption has been given to me': Ontario's newest lawyer undoes bad chapter

Malcolm Zoraik will have earned more than just the right to practice law when he's called to Ontario's bar later this month. The 56-year-old says he'll have won a decade-long battle to reclaim his reputation.

'We aren't an elective monarchy': Opposition MNAs decry Legault's push to pass immigration, secularism bills

Opposition parties are accusing Quebec's Legault government of trying to run the National Assembly like a business, as they attempt to extend the debate of its two flagship bills 9 and 21.
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'We aren't an elective monarchy': Opposition MNAs decry Legault's push to pass immigration, secularism bills

Opposition parties are accusing Quebec's Legault government of trying to run the National Assembly like a business, as they attempt to extend the debate of its two flagship bills 9 and 21.

Several injured in altercation between attendees, demonstrators at Hamilton Pride festival

Hamilton police are investigating a physical confrontation between two opposing groups at the Hamilton Pride festival on Saturday. «I do believe there was a religious group there, and they were joined by some yellow vest protesters ... participants at
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Several injured in altercation between attendees, demonstrators at Hamilton Pride festival

Hamilton police are investigating a physical confrontation between two opposing groups at the Hamilton Pride festival on Saturday. «I do believe there was a religious group there, and they were joined by some yellow vest protesters ... participants at the Hamilton Pride festival also got involved,» a police spokesperson said.

Some Raptors players, coach return to Toronto for 1st time since historic win

Several Raptors players, as well as coaches and staff, returned to Toronto Saturday evening — and fans were ready for them. 
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Some Raptors players, coach return to Toronto for 1st time since historic win

Several Raptors players, as well as coaches and staff, returned to Toronto Saturday evening — and fans were ready for them. 

Ontario premier Doug Ford marches in York Pride parade

Ontario Premier Doug Ford marched in the York Region LGBT pride parade today with officers from the local police service. Ford has said he will not march in Toronto's pride parade until uniformed officers are allowed to participate.
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Ontario premier Doug Ford marches in York Pride parade

Ontario Premier Doug Ford marched in the York Region LGBT pride parade today with officers from the local police service. Ford has said he will not march in Toronto's pride parade until uniformed officers are allowed to participate.

Premier refuses to back down on plan to scrap 18,000 immigration applications

Quebec Premier Francois Legault is holding firm on his plan to scrap thousands of pending immigration applications, meaning 50,000 people would have to restart the application process from scratch.
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Premier refuses to back down on plan to scrap 18,000 immigration applications

Quebec Premier Francois Legault is holding firm on his plan to scrap thousands of pending immigration applications, meaning 50,000 people would have to restart the application process from scratch.

Canadian film director Patricia Rozema takes a chance adapting experimental play

Patricia Rozema laughingly admits it was crazy for her to think she could turn Mouthpiece, the award winning experimental play, into a movie.
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Canadian film director Patricia Rozema takes a chance adapting experimental play

Patricia Rozema laughingly admits it was crazy for her to think she could turn Mouthpiece, the award winning experimental play, into a movie.

On tour at Massey Hall: Blue Rodeo's Jim Cuddy checks out the legendary venue's $135M renovation project

Toronto's iconic music hall turns 125 as work continues to give it a fresh look. Blue Rodeo's Jim Cuddy stopped by to see how things are progressing at the venue he's played so many times over the years.
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On tour at Massey Hall: Blue Rodeo's Jim Cuddy checks out the legendary venue's $135M renovation project

Toronto's iconic music hall turns 125 as work continues to give it a fresh look. Blue Rodeo's Jim Cuddy stopped by to see how things are progressing at the venue he's played so many times over the years.

Montreal man who threatened Jewish girls school found not criminally responsible

A Montreal man who was facing charges of inciting hatred online against Jews has been found not criminally responsible due to mental illness but will have to abide by a lengthy list of conditions that include staying off social media.
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Montreal man who threatened Jewish girls school found not criminally responsible

A Montreal man who was facing charges of inciting hatred online against Jews has been found not criminally responsible due to mental illness but will have to abide by a lengthy list of conditions that include staying off social media.

Canadians in Hong Kong worried for neighbours as protests roil former colony

As mass protests in Hong Kong grab headlines around the world, expatriate Canadians living in the former British colony say the demonstrations have been intense -- and are raising fresh concerns about the territory's future.
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Canadians in Hong Kong worried for neighbours as protests roil former colony

As mass protests in Hong Kong grab headlines around the world, expatriate Canadians living in the former British colony say the demonstrations have been intense -- and are raising fresh concerns about the territory's future.

First Nations, developer call for return and protection of sacred burial site

Indigenous leaders from across British Columbia and parts of the United States gathered at a sacred burial site in Abbotsford, B.C., alongside the developer who owns it, calling for its protection by the provincial government.
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First Nations, developer call for return and protection of sacred burial site

Indigenous leaders from across British Columbia and parts of the United States gathered at a sacred burial site in Abbotsford, B.C., alongside the developer who owns it, calling for its protection by the provincial government.

Transport Canada pays $518K to Victoria man who says job discrimination left him destitute

A Victoria man has been handed what he says is the biggest human rights damage award in Canada because he was denied a job as an intelligence analyst with Transport Canada on account of his depression.
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Transport Canada pays $518K to Victoria man who says job discrimination left him destitute

A Victoria man has been handed what he says is the biggest human rights damage award in Canada because he was denied a job as an intelligence analyst with Transport Canada on account of his depression.

Transport Canada pays $518K to destitute Victoria man for job discrimination

A Victoria man has been handed what he says is the biggest human rights damage award in Canada because he was denied a job as an intelligence analyst with Transport Canada on account of his depression.
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Transport Canada pays $518K to destitute Victoria man for job discrimination

A Victoria man has been handed what he says is the biggest human rights damage award in Canada because he was denied a job as an intelligence analyst with Transport Canada on account of his depression.

François Legault defends decision to quash debate over immigration, religious symbols bills

Quebec's premier says there's a risk of upsetting «social cohesion» if the debate over religious symbols is allowed to linger. His government is invoking closure to pass controversial secularism and immigration laws.
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François Legault defends decision to quash debate over immigration, religious symbols bills

Quebec's premier says there's a risk of upsetting «social cohesion» if the debate over religious symbols is allowed to linger. His government is invoking closure to pass controversial secularism and immigration laws.

Canada Post wants to hike stamp prices to 92 cents starting next year

Canada Post is proposing to increase the price of sending a letter within Canada to 92 cents starting next year, a slight increase from the current 90 cents.
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Canada Post wants to hike stamp prices to 92 cents starting next year

Canada Post is proposing to increase the price of sending a letter within Canada to 92 cents starting next year, a slight increase from the current 90 cents.

Fake online stories claim Trudeau begged foreign leaders 'to send him a million immigrants'

False stories circulating in Africa claim that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is begging foreign leaders to send him «one million immigrants.» The story is false, and was often re-used and re-posted simply by changing the name of the country.
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Fake online stories claim Trudeau begged foreign leaders 'to send him a million immigrants'

False stories circulating in Africa claim that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is begging foreign leaders to send him «one million immigrants.» The story is false, and was often re-used and re-posted simply by changing the name of the country.

Pharmacare plan presents fiscal problems that go beyond the price tag

Dr. Eric Hoskins' pitch for a national pharmacare program comes with a hefty cost estimate. It also could set up new conflicts between the provinces and Ottawa over health transfers.
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Pharmacare plan presents fiscal problems that go beyond the price tag

Dr. Eric Hoskins' pitch for a national pharmacare program comes with a hefty cost estimate. It also could set up new conflicts between the provinces and Ottawa over health transfers.

Ottawa picks 11 communities for pilot immigration project

The federal government has picked 11 communities from across Canada to kick off a new pilot program aimed at attracting immigrants to rural and northern communities.
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Ottawa picks 11 communities for pilot immigration project

The federal government has picked 11 communities from across Canada to kick off a new pilot program aimed at attracting immigrants to rural and northern communities.

Housing market rebounded in May from record lows earlier in the year, CREA says

May was the best month for home sales in 16 months, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Friday, as activity in big cities such as Toronto and Vancouver helped the national market rebound from the doldrums earlier this year.
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Housing market rebounded in May from record lows earlier in the year, CREA says

May was the best month for home sales in 16 months, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Friday, as activity in big cities such as Toronto and Vancouver helped the national market rebound from the doldrums earlier this year.

Fans across Canada delirious as Toronto Raptors win NBA championship

The Toronto Raptors, a team whose magical playoff run sparked civic pride and raucous enthusiasm across Canada, sent fans into fits of unbridled joy on Thursday as they beat the reigning champ Golden State Warriors in a see-saw thriller to win the NBA champio
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Fans across Canada delirious as Toronto Raptors win NBA championship

The Toronto Raptors, a team whose magical playoff run sparked civic pride and raucous enthusiasm across Canada, sent fans into fits of unbridled joy on Thursday as they beat the reigning champ Golden State Warriors in a see-saw thriller to win the NBA championship.

There's no doubting these Toronto Raptors anymore

There's no more wondering what might have been. No more talking about missed shots or missed opportunities. No more heartbreak. Not this time. Not this team.
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There's no doubting these Toronto Raptors anymore

There's no more wondering what might have been. No more talking about missed shots or missed opportunities. No more heartbreak. Not this time. Not this team.

Teacher suspended: Students lived in 'fear of going to school, diagnosed with PTSD'

An Ontario teacher has been suspended from teaching for six months after the profession’s regulatory college found her guilty of grabbing, pushing, and shaking her students as well as verbally abusing them by insulting their work and yelling at them.
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Teacher suspended: Students lived in 'fear of going to school, diagnosed with PTSD'

An Ontario teacher has been suspended from teaching for six months after the profession’s regulatory college found her guilty of grabbing, pushing, and shaking her students as well as verbally abusing them by insulting their work and yelling at them.

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