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Trudeau questioned on pipelines, carbon tax, Indigenous rights in Regina town hall

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fielded questions on everything from pipelines to Indigenous rights to his favourite childhood toy Thursday evening before a lively Regina crowd.

Family unsettled after Canadian's sudden death at Dominican Republic resort

An Ontario wife is questioning her husband’s sudden death in the Dominican Republic in April, where nine Americans have died over the past year.
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Family unsettled after Canadian's sudden death at Dominican Republic resort

An Ontario wife is questioning her husband’s sudden death in the Dominican Republic in April, where nine Americans have died over the past year.

Police to announce details of investigation into Ontario-based child porn retailer

Authorities are to announce details today of a years-long investigation into what they describe as an Ontario-based online «big box store» for child pornography.
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Police to announce details of investigation into Ontario-based child porn retailer

Authorities are to announce details today of a years-long investigation into what they describe as an Ontario-based online «big box store» for child pornography.

Deepfakes of Canadian politicians emerge on YouTube

Over the last few weeks, one YouTube channel has posted multiple deepfakes of Conservative leader Andrew Scheer and Ontario Premier Doug Ford.
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Deepfakes of Canadian politicians emerge on YouTube

Over the last few weeks, one YouTube channel has posted multiple deepfakes of Conservative leader Andrew Scheer and Ontario Premier Doug Ford.

Sexual abuse victim says Catholic Church officials interrogated him, looking for inconsistencies in his story

A victim of a sexually abusive Montreal priest says he's still shaken by what happened after he took his complaint to police in 2016: invited to a meeting at the same building where he'd been molested as a child, nine clergymen grilled him for hours, some try
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Sexual abuse victim says Catholic Church officials interrogated him, looking for inconsistencies in his story

A victim of a sexually abusive Montreal priest says he's still shaken by what happened after he took his complaint to police in 2016: invited to a meeting at the same building where he'd been molested as a child, nine clergymen grilled him for hours, some trying to poke holes in his story.

Student killed during Vancouver Island wilderness camp field trip

A middle school student is dead after an accident Wednesday afternoon during a field trip at a wilderness camp near Sooke on Vancouver Island.
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Student killed during Vancouver Island wilderness camp field trip

A middle school student is dead after an accident Wednesday afternoon during a field trip at a wilderness camp near Sooke on Vancouver Island.

Trudeau prepares to talk trade, China with Trump today in Washington

The Trudeau government believes that it's in a relatively benign moment of its complicated relationship with the Trump administration, with both sides pulling in the same direction on NAFTA ratification.
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Trudeau prepares to talk trade, China with Trump today in Washington

The Trudeau government believes that it's in a relatively benign moment of its complicated relationship with the Trump administration, with both sides pulling in the same direction on NAFTA ratification.

Could Canada be a safe haven for climate refugees?

Climate change is expected to raise sea levels by two metres by 2100, which could force millions from their homes. As the second-largest country in the world, Canada is in a far better position than many others when it comes to dealing with those effects. Doe
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Could Canada be a safe haven for climate refugees?

Climate change is expected to raise sea levels by two metres by 2100, which could force millions from their homes. As the second-largest country in the world, Canada is in a far better position than many others when it comes to dealing with those effects. Does that mean these climate refugees could make Canada their home?

Sask. to continue tracking, seizing at-risk babies despite inquiry's call to stop

The Saskatchewan government says it will continue to track or seize at-risk babies despite a call to stop from the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
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Sask. to continue tracking, seizing at-risk babies despite inquiry's call to stop

The Saskatchewan government says it will continue to track or seize at-risk babies despite a call to stop from the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

More than 700 wildlfire evacuees in Alberta can soon return to Metis community

More than 700 people forced from a remote community in northern Alberta by wildfires will soon be allowed to go home.
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More than 700 wildlfire evacuees in Alberta can soon return to Metis community

More than 700 people forced from a remote community in northern Alberta by wildfires will soon be allowed to go home.

Man who stole human skull from Newfoundland cemetery sentenced to jail

A young Newfoundland man who robbed a human skull from a cemetery and kept it in his possession for more than a year as a 'curiosity item' has been sentenced to four months in jail.
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Man who stole human skull from Newfoundland cemetery sentenced to jail

A young Newfoundland man who robbed a human skull from a cemetery and kept it in his possession for more than a year as a 'curiosity item' has been sentenced to four months in jail.

More than 400 administrative health-sector workers being laid off in Ontario

More than 400 health-sector workers are being laid off in Ontario as the Progressive Conservative government moves to merge 20 agencies into one.
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More than 400 administrative health-sector workers being laid off in Ontario

More than 400 health-sector workers are being laid off in Ontario as the Progressive Conservative government moves to merge 20 agencies into one.

Protests, legal challenges planned to block Trans Mountain expansion

Opponents of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion are preparing for a long summer of legal challenges and protests aimed at blocking the project from being built.
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Protests, legal challenges planned to block Trans Mountain expansion

Opponents of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion are preparing for a long summer of legal challenges and protests aimed at blocking the project from being built.

Andrew Scheer unveils climate plan promising 'green technology, not taxes'

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer unveiled a plan for the environment Wednesday that he says will meet Canada's emissions reduction targets while eliminating the current federal carbon tax regime.
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Andrew Scheer unveils climate plan promising 'green technology, not taxes'

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer unveiled a plan for the environment Wednesday that he says will meet Canada's emissions reduction targets while eliminating the current federal carbon tax regime.

Trans Mountain approval frustrating, says B.C. chief with unresolved concerns about pipeline project

While Coldwater Chief Lee Spahan wasn't surprised to hear that the federal government was moving ahead with plans to twin the Trans Mountain pipeline that runs beneath his reserve, he says the approval is still frustrating because Ottawa has yet to deal wi
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Trans Mountain approval frustrating, says B.C. chief with unresolved concerns about pipeline project

While Coldwater Chief Lee Spahan wasn't surprised to hear that the federal government was moving ahead with plans to twin the Trans Mountain pipeline that runs beneath his reserve, he says the approval is still frustrating because Ottawa has yet to deal with outstanding issues in his community related to the existing pipeline.

Why this Toronto man is trying to boost diversity on Canada's stem cell registry

After Tom Wong discovered he had a rare form of blood cancer, he found out very few people of Chinese descent had donated stem cells and finding a match was going to be difficult. Now that he's healthy again, he's trying to get more people of different ethni
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Why this Toronto man is trying to boost diversity on Canada's stem cell registry

After Tom Wong discovered he had a rare form of blood cancer, he found out very few people of Chinese descent had donated stem cells and finding a match was going to be difficult. Now that he's healthy again, he's trying to get more people of different ethnic groups to donate.

Ex-soldiers angered by 'unconscionable' treatment of Afghan war adviser

Some of Canada's former top military commanders and soldiers - among them a Liberal MP - are rallying behind an ex-Department of Defence adviser who was denied PTSD benefits after serving seven tours in Afghanistan. They are calling on the federal government
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Ex-soldiers angered by 'unconscionable' treatment of Afghan war adviser

Some of Canada's former top military commanders and soldiers - among them a Liberal MP - are rallying behind an ex-Department of Defence adviser who was denied PTSD benefits after serving seven tours in Afghanistan. They are calling on the federal government to take action.

Why Trudeau's Trans Mountain do-over might need Indigenous investment

That the federal cabinet would (again) approve the proposed expansion of the Trans-Mountain pipeline was never really in any doubt.
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Why Trudeau's Trans Mountain do-over might need Indigenous investment

That the federal cabinet would (again) approve the proposed expansion of the Trans-Mountain pipeline was never really in any doubt.

Inflation in Canada spikes to 2.4% on higher prices for food

Canadians may be feeling a price pinch as inflation rose to 2.4 per cent in May from the same month one year ago, led by higher prices for food.
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Inflation in Canada spikes to 2.4% on higher prices for food

Canadians may be feeling a price pinch as inflation rose to 2.4 per cent in May from the same month one year ago, led by higher prices for food.

Trans Mountain approval eases oilpatch angst, for now

The federal government gave a second approval to the twinning of the Trans Mountain pipeline project. Still, many in the oilpatch are anxious to see pipes put in the ground considering the lengthy delays to the project.
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Trans Mountain approval eases oilpatch angst, for now

The federal government gave a second approval to the twinning of the Trans Mountain pipeline project. Still, many in the oilpatch are anxious to see pipes put in the ground considering the lengthy delays to the project.

Gordon Stuckless's sentence extended to 10 years in Maple Leaf Gardens sex abuse case

The man at the heart of the Maple Leaf Gardens sex abuse scandal has had his sentence extended to 10 years after the Ontario Court of Appeal deemed his earlier sentence «demonstrably unfit.»
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Gordon Stuckless's sentence extended to 10 years in Maple Leaf Gardens sex abuse case

The man at the heart of the Maple Leaf Gardens sex abuse scandal has had his sentence extended to 10 years after the Ontario Court of Appeal deemed his earlier sentence «demonstrably unfit.»

B.C. premier disappointed by approval of Trans Mountain expansion

John Horgan added that Ottawa has the authority to give the greenlight, and he’ll focus on making sure B.C. can protect its territory from the impact of a spill.
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B.C. premier disappointed by approval of Trans Mountain expansion

John Horgan added that Ottawa has the authority to give the greenlight, and he’ll focus on making sure B.C. can protect its territory from the impact of a spill.

Like it or not, Trans Mountain is what a pipeline 'compromise' looks like

The decision to proceed with the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project was never going to make a lot of people happy. It's hard to see where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had much of a choice.
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Like it or not, Trans Mountain is what a pipeline 'compromise' looks like

The decision to proceed with the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project was never going to make a lot of people happy. It's hard to see where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had much of a choice.

B.C. First Nation plans legal challenge over Trans Mountain decision

A British Columbia First Nation is promising a legal challenge of the federal government's decision to approve the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, while the premier says his government will continue to defend the province's coast.
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B.C. First Nation plans legal challenge over Trans Mountain decision

A British Columbia First Nation is promising a legal challenge of the federal government's decision to approve the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, while the premier says his government will continue to defend the province's coast.

RCMP seeks names of potential victims of coerced sterilization, Lucki says

The commissioner of the RCMP says her force is trying to get names of potential victims of coerced sterilization procedures.
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RCMP seeks names of potential victims of coerced sterilization, Lucki says

The commissioner of the RCMP says her force is trying to get names of potential victims of coerced sterilization procedures.

Hypothermia death of Gilles Duceppe's mother was preventable, coroner finds

A Quebec coroner has ruled the death of Gilles Duceppe's 93-year-old mother after she became trapped in a courtyard at her seniors' residence on a bitterly cold morning was accidental but preventable.
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Hypothermia death of Gilles Duceppe's mother was preventable, coroner finds

A Quebec coroner has ruled the death of Gilles Duceppe's 93-year-old mother after she became trapped in a courtyard at her seniors' residence on a bitterly cold morning was accidental but preventable.

Appeal court increases sentence for Maple Leaf Gardens abuser to 10 years

The man at the heart of the Maple Leaf Gardens sexual abuse scandal will now face close to a decade in prison after Ontario's highest court found his original sentence was inadequate given the «staggering» magnitude of his crimes.
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Appeal court increases sentence for Maple Leaf Gardens abuser to 10 years

The man at the heart of the Maple Leaf Gardens sexual abuse scandal will now face close to a decade in prison after Ontario's highest court found his original sentence was inadequate given the «staggering» magnitude of his crimes.

124 children affected by January gas leak at Montreal school: report

Montreal public health officials said Tuesday 124 children suffered symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning following a gas leak last January that forced the evacuation of their elementary school.
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124 children affected by January gas leak at Montreal school: report

Montreal public health officials said Tuesday 124 children suffered symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning following a gas leak last January that forced the evacuation of their elementary school.

Crown won't appeal case of Quebec man who killed Alzheimer's-stricken wife

The Crown says it won't be appealing a sentence handed down last month to a Quebec man who killed his Alzheimer's-stricken wife in 2017.
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Crown won't appeal case of Quebec man who killed Alzheimer's-stricken wife

The Crown says it won't be appealing a sentence handed down last month to a Quebec man who killed his Alzheimer's-stricken wife in 2017.

Canadian corporations dodged up to $11B in taxes in a year, CRA report finds

Canadian companies avoided paying up to $11.4 billion worth of taxes in 2014, the federal tax agency says.
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Canadian corporations dodged up to $11B in taxes in a year, CRA report finds

Canadian companies avoided paying up to $11.4 billion worth of taxes in 2014, the federal tax agency says.

B.C. mom tells inquest of son's descent into drugs, finds him 'gone' in bedroom

The British Columbia Coroners Service called an inquest in March, saying the public has an interest in hearing the circumstances of the death of the Victoria-area teen, and that a jury would have the opportunity to make recommendations to prevent similar deat
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B.C. mom tells inquest of son's descent into drugs, finds him 'gone' in bedroom

The British Columbia Coroners Service called an inquest in March, saying the public has an interest in hearing the circumstances of the death of the Victoria-area teen, and that a jury would have the opportunity to make recommendations to prevent similar deaths.

Groups launch challenge of Quebec's secularism bill one day after it becomes law

Less than 24 hours after the Coalition Avenir Quebec government used its majority to push through a bill restricting the wearing of religious symbols, a court challenge was announced.
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Groups launch challenge of Quebec's secularism bill one day after it becomes law

Less than 24 hours after the Coalition Avenir Quebec government used its majority to push through a bill restricting the wearing of religious symbols, a court challenge was announced.

'Forgive me, Lord:' Manslaughter trial hears recordings of Calgary grandfather

A trial for a man charged in the death of his grandson has heard recordings of what appear to be the accused praying for forgiveness.
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'Forgive me, Lord:' Manslaughter trial hears recordings of Calgary grandfather

A trial for a man charged in the death of his grandson has heard recordings of what appear to be the accused praying for forgiveness.

Efforts continue to raise profile of New Brunswick sprint champion from 1900s

A New Brunswick sprinter who achieved world-class success in the early 1900s but remains little known in Canada is slowly attracting recognition due to the efforts of a distant relative.
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Efforts continue to raise profile of New Brunswick sprint champion from 1900s

A New Brunswick sprinter who achieved world-class success in the early 1900s but remains little known in Canada is slowly attracting recognition due to the efforts of a distant relative.

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