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Afghanistan veteran pushes ahead with lawsuit against Saskatchewan Legion and Veterans' Affairs

A Saskatchewan veteran says he’s still pursuing his lawsuit against the Royal Canadian Legion after he discovered a Legion staff member was snooping into his and other veterans’ records.

PM says he will apologize for First Nations child welfare discrimination

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to publicly apologize for the discrimination faced by First Nations children and their families because of the federal government’s child welfare policies, CBC News has learned.
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PM says he will apologize for First Nations child welfare discrimination

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to publicly apologize for the discrimination faced by First Nations children and their families because of the federal government’s child welfare policies, CBC News has learned.

Replacement pipes arrive in Calgary to help in water main repairs

Two massive replacement pipes from San Diego have arrived in Calgary to be used in the ongoing repair work on a water main that broke earlier this month.
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Replacement pipes arrive in Calgary to help in water main repairs

Two massive replacement pipes from San Diego have arrived in Calgary to be used in the ongoing repair work on a water main that broke earlier this month.

Montreal restaurant hit with projectiles; owner says it's because he is Jewish

Montreal police are investigating after a Jewish-owned business in the city's Mile End neighbourhood was hit with projectiles.
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Montreal restaurant hit with projectiles; owner says it's because he is Jewish

Montreal police are investigating after a Jewish-owned business in the city's Mile End neighbourhood was hit with projectiles.

B.C. police complaint commissioner investigating sexual misconduct allegations against Vancouver police sergeant

A veteran sergeant with the Vancouver Police Department is under investigation by the B.C. police complaint commissioner following allegations of sexual misconduct from seven women, including female police officers and former students of his criminal justice
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B.C. police complaint commissioner investigating sexual misconduct allegations against Vancouver police sergeant

A veteran sergeant with the Vancouver Police Department is under investigation by the B.C. police complaint commissioner following allegations of sexual misconduct from seven women, including female police officers and former students of his criminal justice courses.

Toronto Police Hate Crime Unit investigating truck playing 'Islamaphobic' video

The Toronto Police Hate Crime Unit is investigating after a cube van was seen driving around the city playing an 'Islamaphobic' video.
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Toronto Police Hate Crime Unit investigating truck playing 'Islamaphobic' video

The Toronto Police Hate Crime Unit is investigating after a cube van was seen driving around the city playing an 'Islamaphobic' video.

Alberta RCMP say 2 B.C. cases may match serial killer's method

In May, the Alberta RCMP Historical Homicide Unit linked Gary Allen Srery to the deaths of four young women in Calgary in the 1970s. Srery died in an Idaho State prison in 2011 while serving a sentence for violent sexual crimes. Now, police believe he may be
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Alberta RCMP say 2 B.C. cases may match serial killer's method

In May, the Alberta RCMP Historical Homicide Unit linked Gary Allen Srery to the deaths of four young women in Calgary in the 1970s. Srery died in an Idaho State prison in 2011 while serving a sentence for violent sexual crimes. Now, police believe he may be linked to unsolved murders in B.C.

Police look to identify 'nudist runner of the woods' caught on camera in western Quebec

The MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais police say the owner of a Val-des-Mont business discovered security camera footage of someone running naked across his property on June 8 around 1:30 a.m.
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Police look to identify 'nudist runner of the woods' caught on camera in western Quebec

The MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais police say the owner of a Val-des-Mont business discovered security camera footage of someone running naked across his property on June 8 around 1:30 a.m.

Wife of Toronto gunman says two victims allegedly defrauded family of life savings

The wife of a gunman in a fatal Toronto shooting says he believed the two victims were behind an alleged mortgage investment scheme that defrauded their family.
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Wife of Toronto gunman says two victims allegedly defrauded family of life savings

The wife of a gunman in a fatal Toronto shooting says he believed the two victims were behind an alleged mortgage investment scheme that defrauded their family.

Video shows neighbours making anti-Asian remarks toward Ottawa family

A viral video showing two people throwing eggs at a suburban Ottawa home while making racist remarks is sparking outrage across the city and beyond, with neighbours pinning the blame on the household next door that they say is the source of ongoing disturbanc
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Video shows neighbours making anti-Asian remarks toward Ottawa family

A viral video showing two people throwing eggs at a suburban Ottawa home while making racist remarks is sparking outrage across the city and beyond, with neighbours pinning the blame on the household next door that they say is the source of ongoing disturbances.

How a 2016 'Mr. Big' police sting saw a Toronto murder case crumble

Without the evidence obtained from the undercover operation carried out by the Toronto Police Service in 2016, the court found there was no longer a reasonable prospect of convicting Mr. Amin.
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How a 2016 'Mr. Big' police sting saw a Toronto murder case crumble

Without the evidence obtained from the undercover operation carried out by the Toronto Police Service in 2016, the court found there was no longer a reasonable prospect of convicting Mr. Amin.

Insolvent northern Ont. real estate group accused of misusing tens of millions of dollars

A former child actor and his business partners with major real estate holdings in northern Ontario have been facing insolvency after failing to keep up with debts meant for buying and renovating hundreds of properties.
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Insolvent northern Ont. real estate group accused of misusing tens of millions of dollars

A former child actor and his business partners with major real estate holdings in northern Ontario have been facing insolvency after failing to keep up with debts meant for buying and renovating hundreds of properties.

Ontario court to hear U of T application to clear pro-Palestinian encampment today

An Ontario court is set to hear the University of Toronto's application for an injunction to clear a pro-Palestinian protest encampment today and tomorrow.
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Ontario court to hear U of T application to clear pro-Palestinian encampment today

An Ontario court is set to hear the University of Toronto's application for an injunction to clear a pro-Palestinian protest encampment today and tomorrow.

Six-year-old boy struck and killed by school bus north of Toronto: police

A six-year-old boy is dead after he was struck by a school bus north of Toronto on Wednesday morning, York Regional Police say.
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Six-year-old boy struck and killed by school bus north of Toronto: police

A six-year-old boy is dead after he was struck by a school bus north of Toronto on Wednesday morning, York Regional Police say.

Anand defends hesitation to further invest in defence as NATO secretary general arrives in Canada

The cabinet minister in charge of the federal treasury says it doesn't make sense to pour vast amounts of money into the Department of National Defence until it has the capacity to spend what it's being given.
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Anand defends hesitation to further invest in defence as NATO secretary general arrives in Canada

The cabinet minister in charge of the federal treasury says it doesn't make sense to pour vast amounts of money into the Department of National Defence until it has the capacity to spend what it's being given.

Racist incident in Ottawa sparks police investigation, community outrage

A viral video showing two people throwing eggs at a suburban Ottawa home while making racist remarks is sparking outrage across the city and beyond, with neighbours pinning the blame on the household next door that they say is the source of ongoing disturbanc
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Racist incident in Ottawa sparks police investigation, community outrage

A viral video showing two people throwing eggs at a suburban Ottawa home while making racist remarks is sparking outrage across the city and beyond, with neighbours pinning the blame on the household next door that they say is the source of ongoing disturbances.

Nomination races are a 'gateway' for foreign interference — is anyone doing anything about it?

Two landmark reports have flagged federal nomination races as «particularly vulnerable» to foreign interference and a «gateway» for meddling by foreign states — but the parties have shown little interest to date in making changes.
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Nomination races are a 'gateway' for foreign interference — is anyone doing anything about it?

Two landmark reports have flagged federal nomination races as «particularly vulnerable» to foreign interference and a «gateway» for meddling by foreign states — but the parties have shown little interest to date in making changes.

The capital gains debate has turned dramatic and mysterious

If the government was looking for a fight, it found one. And even if the rhetoric has strayed rather far from the substance, the stakes are real.
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The capital gains debate has turned dramatic and mysterious

If the government was looking for a fight, it found one. And even if the rhetoric has strayed rather far from the substance, the stakes are real.

How Kenneth Moore became the 1st Indigenous person in Canada to win Olympic gold

Kenneth Moore was the first Indigenous person to represent Canada at the Winter Olympics, and the first Indigenous person in Canada to win an Olympic gold medal, in the 1932 Games at Lake Placid, N.Y. 
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How Kenneth Moore became the 1st Indigenous person in Canada to win Olympic gold

Kenneth Moore was the first Indigenous person to represent Canada at the Winter Olympics, and the first Indigenous person in Canada to win an Olympic gold medal, in the 1932 Games at Lake Placid, N.Y. 

Former Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard appeals his rape conviction, while victim braces for the possibility of a new trial

The case of convicted rapist and former Canadian singer Jacob Hoggard will be back in court today as the 40-year-old appeals his guilty verdict on a violent sexual assault.
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Former Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard appeals his rape conviction, while victim braces for the possibility of a new trial

The case of convicted rapist and former Canadian singer Jacob Hoggard will be back in court today as the 40-year-old appeals his guilty verdict on a violent sexual assault.

NDP's Carla Compton defeats Tories in Tuxedo byelection

The NDP's Carla Compton has been elected in Winnipeg's Tuxedo riding, winning the seat for the party for the first time in the riding's history.
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NDP's Carla Compton defeats Tories in Tuxedo byelection

The NDP's Carla Compton has been elected in Winnipeg's Tuxedo riding, winning the seat for the party for the first time in the riding's history.

Cousins found dead weeks apart in Dawson Creek, B.C., as many 'on edge' in community

The remains of Darylyn Supernant and Renee Didier were found in the Dawson Creek, B.C., area, weeks apart. Both women went missing in 2023.
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Cousins found dead weeks apart in Dawson Creek, B.C., as many 'on edge' in community

The remains of Darylyn Supernant and Renee Didier were found in the Dawson Creek, B.C., area, weeks apart. Both women went missing in 2023.

McGill says it will no longer negotiate with pro-Palestinian encampment protesters

McGill University says it is going ahead with much of the latest offer it had made to the pro-Palestinian protesters camping on its downtown campus. But now, academic amnesty is off the table.
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McGill says it will no longer negotiate with pro-Palestinian encampment protesters

McGill University says it is going ahead with much of the latest offer it had made to the pro-Palestinian protesters camping on its downtown campus. But now, academic amnesty is off the table.

The Florida Panthers can win the Stanley Cup at home. The Edmonton Oilers will try to thwart it

A couple of questions are making the rounds as the Edmonton Oilers prepare to play another elimination game on Tuesday night in the Stanley Cup final.
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The Florida Panthers can win the Stanley Cup at home. The Edmonton Oilers will try to thwart it

A couple of questions are making the rounds as the Edmonton Oilers prepare to play another elimination game on Tuesday night in the Stanley Cup final.

Previously-entangled North Atlantic right whale spotted without fishing gear

A North Atlantic right whale previously entangled in fishing gear in the Gulf of St. Lawrence last month now appears to be free.
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Previously-entangled North Atlantic right whale spotted without fishing gear

A North Atlantic right whale previously entangled in fishing gear in the Gulf of St. Lawrence last month now appears to be free.

B.C. premier speaks about lawsuit challenging religious exemptions for providing MAID

A day after a lawsuit was filed against the B.C. government, arguing the province's policy of allowing health-care facilities with religious affiliations to opt out of providing medical assistance in dying, the premier was asked about the legal action.
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B.C. premier speaks about lawsuit challenging religious exemptions for providing MAID

A day after a lawsuit was filed against the B.C. government, arguing the province's policy of allowing health-care facilities with religious affiliations to opt out of providing medical assistance in dying, the premier was asked about the legal action.

McGill University ending negotiations with pro-Palestinian encampment

McGill University says it is ending negotiations with pro-Palestinian activists who are occupying the lower field of its downtown Montreal campus.
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McGill University ending negotiations with pro-Palestinian encampment

McGill University says it is ending negotiations with pro-Palestinian activists who are occupying the lower field of its downtown Montreal campus.

More Canadians are living in poverty than previously thought, says report

A new report from Food Banks Canada says 25 per cent of Canadians are living at a poverty level living standard, compared to the official poverty rate of 10 per cent.
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More Canadians are living in poverty than previously thought, says report

A new report from Food Banks Canada says 25 per cent of Canadians are living at a poverty level living standard, compared to the official poverty rate of 10 per cent.

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