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'Valuable life lesson:' Woman arrested for anti-Indigenous comments apologizes

A woman arrested in northern Manitoba for online comments threatening violence against Indigenous people has asked for forgiveness and says she has learned valuable lessons.

'Every child matters': Orange Shirt Day goes virtual amid COVID-19

The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation held a virtual event to mark Orange Shirt Day Wednesday, marking the experiences of First Nations, Metis and Inuit children in residential schools.
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'Every child matters': Orange Shirt Day goes virtual amid COVID-19

The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation held a virtual event to mark Orange Shirt Day Wednesday, marking the experiences of First Nations, Metis and Inuit children in residential schools.

3 more cases linked to Calgary hospital outbreaks, some new referrals sent to Edmonton

The COVID-19 outbreaks continue to grow at the Foothills Hospital with three more people testing positive for the virus and another unit upgraded to an outbreak.
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3 more cases linked to Calgary hospital outbreaks, some new referrals sent to Edmonton

The COVID-19 outbreaks continue to grow at the Foothills Hospital with three more people testing positive for the virus and another unit upgraded to an outbreak.

Edmonton mayor, Alberta premier condemn apparent white supremacist gathering

Local government officials are speaking out against a large group of people, who were shouting «all lives matter» during a clash in northeast Edmonton Tuesday night, calling it hate speech and bigotry.
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Edmonton mayor, Alberta premier condemn apparent white supremacist gathering

Local government officials are speaking out against a large group of people, who were shouting «all lives matter» during a clash in northeast Edmonton Tuesday night, calling it hate speech and bigotry.

Gay man and straight woman can form a conjugal relationship, Canadian court rules

A gay man and a straight woman are able to form a conjugal relationship recognized by Canadian courts, according to a ground-breaking new ruling that expands the legal definition of what a loving couple can look like.
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Gay man and straight woman can form a conjugal relationship, Canadian court rules

A gay man and a straight woman are able to form a conjugal relationship recognized by Canadian courts, according to a ground-breaking new ruling that expands the legal definition of what a loving couple can look like.

His confession about being an ISIS executioner enraged Canadians. Now police say he made it up

Canadian police say 25-year-old Shehroze Chaudhry lied about being a foreign fighter for ISIS and in so doing, perpetrated a terrorist 'hoax.'
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His confession about being an ISIS executioner enraged Canadians. Now police say he made it up

Canadian police say 25-year-old Shehroze Chaudhry lied about being a foreign fighter for ISIS and in so doing, perpetrated a terrorist 'hoax.'

Teen was found dead in B.C. care home days after reported missing, chiefs group says

A police investigation into the group-home death of a British Columbia teen has wrapped up without criminal charges, but several Indigenous organizations say more must be done.
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Teen was found dead in B.C. care home days after reported missing, chiefs group says

A police investigation into the group-home death of a British Columbia teen has wrapped up without criminal charges, but several Indigenous organizations say more must be done.

Edmonton mayor, MLA condemn apparent white supremacist gathering

Local government officials are speaking out against a large group of people, who were shouting «all lives matter» during a clash in northeast Edmonton Tuesday night, calling it hate speech and bigotry.
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Edmonton mayor, MLA condemn apparent white supremacist gathering

Local government officials are speaking out against a large group of people, who were shouting «all lives matter» during a clash in northeast Edmonton Tuesday night, calling it hate speech and bigotry.

'It's not easy': Survivors of deadly Icefield tour bus crash near Jasper, Alta., file $17M lawsuit

Survivors of a tour bus crash in Jasper National Park that killed three people and injured 24 others have filed a lawsuit against the vehicle operator, seeking more than $17 million in damages. 
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'It's not easy': Survivors of deadly Icefield tour bus crash near Jasper, Alta., file $17M lawsuit

Survivors of a tour bus crash in Jasper National Park that killed three people and injured 24 others have filed a lawsuit against the vehicle operator, seeking more than $17 million in damages. 

Survivors of deadly Icefield tour bus crash near Jasper, Alta., file $17M lawsuit

Survivors of a tour bus crash in Jasper National Park that killed three people and injured 24 others have filed a lawsuit against the vehicle operator, seeking more than $17 million in damages. 
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Survivors of deadly Icefield tour bus crash near Jasper, Alta., file $17M lawsuit

Survivors of a tour bus crash in Jasper National Park that killed three people and injured 24 others have filed a lawsuit against the vehicle operator, seeking more than $17 million in damages. 

Residents rally as they look for political help to manage B.C. homeless encampment

Vancouver residents frustrated by escalating crime and health issues in their neighbourhood with ties to a growing tent city in Strathcona Park rallied Tuesday morning as they look for political help.
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Residents rally as they look for political help to manage B.C. homeless encampment

Vancouver residents frustrated by escalating crime and health issues in their neighbourhood with ties to a growing tent city in Strathcona Park rallied Tuesday morning as they look for political help.

Troubled pandemic rent subsidy program expires today — and there's no replacement ready

The Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance program — the federal program designed to ease the pressure on pandemic-damaged businesses by covering a portion of their rent — expires today, leaving many Canadian businesses in the dark about what Ottaw
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Troubled pandemic rent subsidy program expires today — and there's no replacement ready

The Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance program — the federal program designed to ease the pressure on pandemic-damaged businesses by covering a portion of their rent — expires today, leaving many Canadian businesses in the dark about what Ottawa has planned to replace it.

Keystone XL has turned Oyen, Alta., into a boom town in a province that needs it

Alberta hasn't felt the heat of a boom in years. But for the last few months, Oyen and its neighbours have been getting a taste of what, for some Albertans, may feel a bit like the good old days because of the Keystone XL pipeline.
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Keystone XL has turned Oyen, Alta., into a boom town in a province that needs it

Alberta hasn't felt the heat of a boom in years. But for the last few months, Oyen and its neighbours have been getting a taste of what, for some Albertans, may feel a bit like the good old days because of the Keystone XL pipeline.

New parents waiting months for financial benefits amid surge in CERB claims

Months after giving birth, some parents are still waiting to receive parental benefits from Canada's employment insurance program, which has been overloaded during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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New parents waiting months for financial benefits amid surge in CERB claims

Months after giving birth, some parents are still waiting to receive parental benefits from Canada's employment insurance program, which has been overloaded during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Indigenous B.C. designers outraged over claims of authenticity by non-Indigenous competitor

One of the most prominent designers in B.C.'s Indigenous apparel world is not Indigenous but, rather, licenses designs from Indigenous artists. That's raised questions about who has the right to make money from the cultural and artistic traditions of First Na
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Indigenous B.C. designers outraged over claims of authenticity by non-Indigenous competitor

One of the most prominent designers in B.C.'s Indigenous apparel world is not Indigenous but, rather, licenses designs from Indigenous artists. That's raised questions about who has the right to make money from the cultural and artistic traditions of First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities in Canada.

Why some snowbirds are still heading south this winter despite COVID-19 and a closed land border

Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, some Canadian snowbirds still plan to head to the U.S. this winter. They say they will take precautions and stick to their communities, where they feel safe.
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Why some snowbirds are still heading south this winter despite COVID-19 and a closed land border

Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, some Canadian snowbirds still plan to head to the U.S. this winter. They say they will take precautions and stick to their communities, where they feel safe.

Trump issues presidential permit authorizing $22B railway between Alaska and Alberta

U.S. President Donald Trump has issued a presidential permit approving the construction of a $22-billion freight rail project connecting Alaska and Alberta.
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Trump issues presidential permit authorizing $22B railway between Alaska and Alberta

U.S. President Donald Trump has issued a presidential permit approving the construction of a $22-billion freight rail project connecting Alaska and Alberta.

Que. nurse fired, coroner to investigate after dying Indigenous woman taunted in hospital

A nurse has been fired after an Indigenous woman who was dying Monday night in hospital was subjected to degrading remarks, Quebec's premier said Tuesday.
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Que. nurse fired, coroner to investigate after dying Indigenous woman taunted in hospital

A nurse has been fired after an Indigenous woman who was dying Monday night in hospital was subjected to degrading remarks, Quebec's premier said Tuesday.

The CERB benefit is over — here's what you need to know now

Now that the Canada emergency response benefit (CERB) has wound down, people who are still jobless are eligible for other federal financial supports to help get them through the next phase of the pandemic.
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The CERB benefit is over — here's what you need to know now

Now that the Canada emergency response benefit (CERB) has wound down, people who are still jobless are eligible for other federal financial supports to help get them through the next phase of the pandemic.

Investigations launched after Indigenous woman records Quebec hospital staff uttering slurs before her death

A Quebec coroner's investigation and an administrative probe have been launched into the death of an Atikamekw woman at a Joliette, Que., hospital on Monday, shortly after she broadcast a video live on Facebook showing hospital staff insulting her and swearin
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Investigations launched after Indigenous woman records Quebec hospital staff uttering slurs before her death

A Quebec coroner's investigation and an administrative probe have been launched into the death of an Atikamekw woman at a Joliette, Que., hospital on Monday, shortly after she broadcast a video live on Facebook showing hospital staff insulting her and swearing at her.

'Moral injuries' that haunt soldiers off the battlefield to be studied in military-funded research

As the pandemic drags on, the Department of National Defence is worried it could see an increase in moral injuries in military personnel, health-care workers, and other staff at the front lines of dealing with COVID-19. In response, they've put out a call fo
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'Moral injuries' that haunt soldiers off the battlefield to be studied in military-funded research

As the pandemic drags on, the Department of National Defence is worried it could see an increase in moral injuries in military personnel, health-care workers, and other staff at the front lines of dealing with COVID-19. In response, they've put out a call for innovate research to diagnose, prevent and treat those types of injuries.

Amid surge in COVID-19 transmission, physicians warn Ontario's testing, tracing plans fall short

Amid a surge of coronavirus transmission in Ontario, some physicians warn the province's plan to ramp up efforts to prevent new infections will fall short unless further measures are taken to clamp down on community spread.
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Amid surge in COVID-19 transmission, physicians warn Ontario's testing, tracing plans fall short

Amid a surge of coronavirus transmission in Ontario, some physicians warn the province's plan to ramp up efforts to prevent new infections will fall short unless further measures are taken to clamp down on community spread.

Canadian Armenian community demands ban on military drone tech exports to Turkey

Canada’s Armenian community is calling on Ottawa to ban the export of sophisticated Canadian drone technology to Turkey following reports that Ankara has deployed dozens of unmanned aircraft in combat against Armenian forces in the disputed Nagorno-Karab
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Canadian Armenian community demands ban on military drone tech exports to Turkey

Canada’s Armenian community is calling on Ottawa to ban the export of sophisticated Canadian drone technology to Turkey following reports that Ankara has deployed dozens of unmanned aircraft in combat against Armenian forces in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region of Azerbaijan.

Seth MacLean died in July. Authorities buried him weeks later without telling his family

Seth MacLean was one of hundreds of people who died last year in Ontario but whose remains were never claimed. There is a process in place to search for the next of kin, but MacLean's family says the process failed them. 
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Seth MacLean died in July. Authorities buried him weeks later without telling his family

Seth MacLean was one of hundreds of people who died last year in Ontario but whose remains were never claimed. There is a process in place to search for the next of kin, but MacLean's family says the process failed them. 

N.S. premier apologizes for systemic racism in justice system

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil today apologized for systemic racism in the justice system that has left Black and Indigenous people marginalized.
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N.S. premier apologizes for systemic racism in justice system

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil today apologized for systemic racism in the justice system that has left Black and Indigenous people marginalized.

'Critical' situation: Quebec reports 799 new cases of COVID-19 as hospitalizations increase by 35

Quebec's premier is calling the situation 'critical' as health authorities reported another 799 cases of COVID-19 in the province on Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases since the start of the pandemic to 73,450.
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'Critical' situation: Quebec reports 799 new cases of COVID-19 as hospitalizations increase by 35

Quebec's premier is calling the situation 'critical' as health authorities reported another 799 cases of COVID-19 in the province on Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases since the start of the pandemic to 73,450.

Families sue Ontario sperm bank, allege they were misled on donor background

Seven Canadian families are suing an Ontario sperm bank, alleging they were misled about their donor's background.
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Families sue Ontario sperm bank, allege they were misled on donor background

Seven Canadian families are suing an Ontario sperm bank, alleging they were misled about their donor's background.

Mi'kmaq lobster fishery in Nova Scotia grows to 10 boats from seven

An Indigenous-run lobster fishery off the coast of southwestern Nova Scotia is slightly increasing the size of its fleet to 10 boats from seven, creating a total capacity of 500 traps.
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Mi'kmaq lobster fishery in Nova Scotia grows to 10 boats from seven

An Indigenous-run lobster fishery off the coast of southwestern Nova Scotia is slightly increasing the size of its fleet to 10 boats from seven, creating a total capacity of 500 traps.

Red alert: Private gatherings banned as bars, eat-in dining close in three Quebec regions

Three zones in Quebec will all fall under Quebec's 'red' alert COVID-19 zone. The measures will be in effect as of midnight Wednesday night.
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Red alert: Private gatherings banned as bars, eat-in dining close in three Quebec regions

Three zones in Quebec will all fall under Quebec's 'red' alert COVID-19 zone. The measures will be in effect as of midnight Wednesday night.

Bag of cash found at B.C. Tim Hortons, police searching for rightful owner

Police are looking for the rightful owner of a bag of cash found at a Tim Hortons but aren't releasing how much money was found.
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Bag of cash found at B.C. Tim Hortons, police searching for rightful owner

Police are looking for the rightful owner of a bag of cash found at a Tim Hortons but aren't releasing how much money was found.

Advocates ask why Winnipeg Police Service is getting more when community groups are getting less

CTV's Michael D'Alimonte has more on the question community members are asking the City of Winnipeg: Why is the Winnipeg Police Service getting more money when community organizations are getting less?
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Advocates ask why Winnipeg Police Service is getting more when community groups are getting less

CTV's Michael D'Alimonte has more on the question community members are asking the City of Winnipeg: Why is the Winnipeg Police Service getting more money when community organizations are getting less?

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