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Wet'suwet'en: What's the difference between the elected band council and hereditary chiefs?

Protests across the country in support of the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs have prompted questions surrounding the difference between these chiefs and elected band councils -- and the answer is complicated.

Inmate assaults and workplace fear: Report details ongoing problems at Edmonton Institution

A “culture of impunity” persists at Edmonton's maximum security men’s prison, contributing to a toxic environment for staff, and conditions that have led to coordinated assaults on some inmates by their peers.
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Inmate assaults and workplace fear: Report details ongoing problems at Edmonton Institution

A “culture of impunity” persists at Edmonton's maximum security men’s prison, contributing to a toxic environment for staff, and conditions that have led to coordinated assaults on some inmates by their peers.

Ottawa unveils new mortgage stress test rules that will make it easier to pass

Starting in April, the government will change the rules that cover mortgage lending in a way that should in the short term at least make it easier to qualify for a loan to buy a home.
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Ottawa unveils new mortgage stress test rules that will make it easier to pass

Starting in April, the government will change the rules that cover mortgage lending in a way that should in the short term at least make it easier to qualify for a loan to buy a home.

Factory shutdowns, layoffs possible if rail blockades continue, manufacturers' group says

Rail blockades have brought Canada's manufacturing industry to a virtual standstill, with plant closures and temporary layoffs not far behind if it continues, the group that represents the industry says.
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Factory shutdowns, layoffs possible if rail blockades continue, manufacturers' group says

Rail blockades have brought Canada's manufacturing industry to a virtual standstill, with plant closures and temporary layoffs not far behind if it continues, the group that represents the industry says.

Police investigating suspicious package at Doug Ford’s home

The premier’s office has confirmed that Toronto police are investigating a suspicious package that was found at Doug Ford’s home in Etobicoke.
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Police investigating suspicious package at Doug Ford’s home

The premier’s office has confirmed that Toronto police are investigating a suspicious package that was found at Doug Ford’s home in Etobicoke.

Accused neo-Nazi from Manitoba pleads not guilty to U.S. weapons charges

A former Canadian Forces reservist and accused neo-Nazi has pleaded not guilty to charges linked to his role in an alleged plot to touch off a race war in the United States.
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Accused neo-Nazi from Manitoba pleads not guilty to U.S. weapons charges

A former Canadian Forces reservist and accused neo-Nazi has pleaded not guilty to charges linked to his role in an alleged plot to touch off a race war in the United States.

Toronto-bound Air Canada flight declares emergency after wheel falls off during take-off

An Air Canada plane bound for Toronto from New York City has landed safety after experiencing an issue with one of its tires during take-off.
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Toronto-bound Air Canada flight declares emergency after wheel falls off during take-off

An Air Canada plane bound for Toronto from New York City has landed safety after experiencing an issue with one of its tires during take-off.

Partial Via Rail service to resume between Quebec City, Montreal and Ottawa and in southern Ontario

Via Rail has announced it plans to reinstate partial service between Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa and southern Ontario starting Thursday.
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Partial Via Rail service to resume between Quebec City, Montreal and Ottawa and in southern Ontario

Via Rail has announced it plans to reinstate partial service between Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa and southern Ontario starting Thursday.

The fall of Dwight Ball: An embattled premier with waning caucus support

In a pre-recorded video, Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball announced Monday he was stepping down, as scandal after scandal plagued his tenure.
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The fall of Dwight Ball: An embattled premier with waning caucus support

In a pre-recorded video, Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball announced Monday he was stepping down, as scandal after scandal plagued his tenure.

'We need Canadians to show resolve': Trudeau asks for patience as rail blockades continue

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the House of Commons Tuesday asking Canadians to be patient with his government as Ottawa seeks a negotiated end to Indigenous protests that have crippled the country's transportation network.
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'We need Canadians to show resolve': Trudeau asks for patience as rail blockades continue

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addressed the House of Commons Tuesday asking Canadians to be patient with his government as Ottawa seeks a negotiated end to Indigenous protests that have crippled the country's transportation network.

Canadian manufacturing was in a slump even before rail blockades

Canadian manufacturers say rail blockades across the country are hurting a key cog of Canada's economy at a time they can hardly afford it.
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Canadian manufacturing was in a slump even before rail blockades

Canadian manufacturers say rail blockades across the country are hurting a key cog of Canada's economy at a time they can hardly afford it.

Information about 69,000 Phoenix pay system victims sent in error

More than 69,000 public servants caught up in the Phoenix pay system debacle are now victims of a privacy breach after their personal information was accidentally emailed to the wrong people, says Public Services and Procurement Canada.
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Information about 69,000 Phoenix pay system victims sent in error

More than 69,000 public servants caught up in the Phoenix pay system debacle are now victims of a privacy breach after their personal information was accidentally emailed to the wrong people, says Public Services and Procurement Canada.

CRTC hearings could open door to mobile disrupters — and possibly cheaper cellphone rates

Canadians love to talk about their cellphone bills, and today Canada's telecommunications regulator will jump into that conversation as it launches nine days of hearings.
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CRTC hearings could open door to mobile disrupters — and possibly cheaper cellphone rates

Canadians love to talk about their cellphone bills, and today Canada's telecommunications regulator will jump into that conversation as it launches nine days of hearings.

'My name is Karly': Sex trafficking victim joins police on front lines in battle against exploitation

Durham Regional Police Human Trafficking Unit is the first in Canada to team up with a human trafficking survivor.
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'My name is Karly': Sex trafficking victim joins police on front lines in battle against exploitation

Durham Regional Police Human Trafficking Unit is the first in Canada to team up with a human trafficking survivor.

Dinosaur found with signs of tumour-causing disease that afflicts humans today

Fossils from a hapless hadrosaur from Alberta show telltale signs of a disease that causes tumours in human children, showing the affliction has been around since the Age of Dinosaurs, a new study suggests.
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Dinosaur found with signs of tumour-causing disease that afflicts humans today

Fossils from a hapless hadrosaur from Alberta show telltale signs of a disease that causes tumours in human children, showing the affliction has been around since the Age of Dinosaurs, a new study suggests.

Not a bright idea: Ontario's new licence plates 'virtually unreadable' at night, police officer says

Driving at night comes with challenges from poorly lit roads to headlight glare, but now many Ontarians say there’s another thing to worry about — not being able to read the province’s new licence plates in the dark. 
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Not a bright idea: Ontario's new licence plates 'virtually unreadable' at night, police officer says

Driving at night comes with challenges from poorly lit roads to headlight glare, but now many Ontarians say there’s another thing to worry about — not being able to read the province’s new licence plates in the dark. 

The longer and deeper the COVID-19 crisis, the harder it will be to bounce back: Don Pittis

A global recession would likely kill more people than the coronavirus, a Canadian expert says.
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The longer and deeper the COVID-19 crisis, the harder it will be to bounce back: Don Pittis

A global recession would likely kill more people than the coronavirus, a Canadian expert says.

Ottawa committed to quick, peaceful resolution to cross-country pipeline protests: Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government is committed to finding a quick and peaceful resolution to the anti-pipeline blockades that have shut down swaths of the country's train system and temporarily blocked bridges and highways.
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Ottawa committed to quick, peaceful resolution to cross-country pipeline protests: Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government is committed to finding a quick and peaceful resolution to the anti-pipeline blockades that have shut down swaths of the country's train system and temporarily blocked bridges and highways.

Dwight Ball stepping down as Newfoundland and Labrador premier

Dwight Ball is stepping down as premier of Newfoundland and Labrador after months of scandals have besieged the House of Assembly.
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Dwight Ball stepping down as Newfoundland and Labrador premier

Dwight Ball is stepping down as premier of Newfoundland and Labrador after months of scandals have besieged the House of Assembly.

New scam uses your phone number to steal your online identity

Using your cell phone number, fraudsters can take control of your online identity – wreaking havoc on your social media and bank accounts, emails and text messages.
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New scam uses your phone number to steal your online identity

Using your cell phone number, fraudsters can take control of your online identity – wreaking havoc on your social media and bank accounts, emails and text messages.

Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball announces resignation

The premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, Dwight Ball, has announced that he is stepping down to spend more time with his family.
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Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight Ball announces resignation

The premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, Dwight Ball, has announced that he is stepping down to spend more time with his family.

This Canadian couple still loves cruises despite being stuck in quarantine

As Canadians await word on when they will be repatriated from Japan, one couple aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship docked in Yokohama says the experience has not ruined their love of cruises.
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This Canadian couple still loves cruises despite being stuck in quarantine

As Canadians await word on when they will be repatriated from Japan, one couple aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship docked in Yokohama says the experience has not ruined their love of cruises.

Quebec and Cree sign long-term agreement on economic development

The Quebec government and the Cree are signing a memorandum of understanding on the long-term economic development of the Eeyou Istchee James Bay Territory.
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Quebec and Cree sign long-term agreement on economic development

The Quebec government and the Cree are signing a memorandum of understanding on the long-term economic development of the Eeyou Istchee James Bay Territory.

Several bald eagles poisoned by toxic carcass on Vancouver Island

Eight bald eagles are fighting for their lives on Vancouver Island after feasting on an animal carcass that was loaded with sedative drugs.
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Several bald eagles poisoned by toxic carcass on Vancouver Island

Eight bald eagles are fighting for their lives on Vancouver Island after feasting on an animal carcass that was loaded with sedative drugs.

Newfoundland and Labrador premier Dwight Ball announces resignation

The premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, Dwight Ball, has announced that he is stepping down to spend more time with his family.
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Newfoundland and Labrador premier Dwight Ball announces resignation

The premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, Dwight Ball, has announced that he is stepping down to spend more time with his family.

'I thought I was going to die': Canadian farmers open up about struggles with mental health

People should feel comfortable reaching out for help with mental health issues, says farmer who is pushing back against those who've told him he should just suck it up.
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'I thought I was going to die': Canadian farmers open up about struggles with mental health

People should feel comfortable reaching out for help with mental health issues, says farmer who is pushing back against those who've told him he should just suck it up.

RCMP mistakes stroke victim for drunk, leaving him half-paralyzed in jail cell for hours, lawsuit says

An Alberta man's lawsuit says he likely suffered permanent damage after RCMP arrested him suspecting he was drunk, when he was actually having a stroke. According to the lawsuit, the man was then left in a cell for more than 18 hours, virtually ignored by off
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RCMP mistakes stroke victim for drunk, leaving him half-paralyzed in jail cell for hours, lawsuit says

An Alberta man's lawsuit says he likely suffered permanent damage after RCMP arrested him suspecting he was drunk, when he was actually having a stroke. According to the lawsuit, the man was then left in a cell for more than 18 hours, virtually ignored by officers.

Bombardier sells train-making division to French multinational Alstom

Bombardier Inc. has sold its rail-building unit to French train giant Alstom SA, marking its exit from the rail business.
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Bombardier sells train-making division to French multinational Alstom

Bombardier Inc. has sold its rail-building unit to French train giant Alstom SA, marking its exit from the rail business.

How to protect your personal information online during tax season

With rates of cybercrime on the rise and an increasing amount of scammers posing as the Canada Revenue Agency, experts are warning Canadians to pay special attention to their online data this tax season.
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How to protect your personal information online during tax season

With rates of cybercrime on the rise and an increasing amount of scammers posing as the Canada Revenue Agency, experts are warning Canadians to pay special attention to their online data this tax season.

Poor weather conditions delay search for nine-year-old boy, who is presumed drowned

Poor weather conditions have delayed a recovery effort for a nine-year-old boy who fell through the ice on Lake Erie Saturday afternoon.
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Poor weather conditions delay search for nine-year-old boy, who is presumed drowned

Poor weather conditions have delayed a recovery effort for a nine-year-old boy who fell through the ice on Lake Erie Saturday afternoon.

10 years later, residents still waiting for a school in Olympic Village

Parents living in Vancouver's Olympic Village neighbourhood are frustrated with the lack of options when it comes to sending their kids to school.
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10 years later, residents still waiting for a school in Olympic Village

Parents living in Vancouver's Olympic Village neighbourhood are frustrated with the lack of options when it comes to sending their kids to school.

Inside the meeting between Mohawks and Canada's Indigenous services minister

Canada's Indigenous Services Minister asked the Mohawks of Tyendinaga to temporarily halt a demonstration that has shut down one of Canada's most important rail corridors, a leaked recording of the meeting reveals. But a phone call from a a Wet'suwet'en here
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Inside the meeting between Mohawks and Canada's Indigenous services minister

Canada's Indigenous Services Minister asked the Mohawks of Tyendinaga to temporarily halt a demonstration that has shut down one of Canada's most important rail corridors, a leaked recording of the meeting reveals. But a phone call from a a Wet'suwet'en hereditary chief undercut the request.

N.B. premier cancels controversial plan to close rural ERs overnight

New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs has announced he's backing away from the controversial plan to close several emergency departments between midnight and 8 a.m.
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N.B. premier cancels controversial plan to close rural ERs overnight

New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs has announced he's backing away from the controversial plan to close several emergency departments between midnight and 8 a.m.

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