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CommentPolitical | 1:35 PM on Friday
The council said it would proceed with removing Paul in July if she didn’t repudiate Noah Zatzman as well as issue a statement supporting the party’s caucus
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CommentHistory | 1:35 PM on Friday
Dozens of people gathered to watch crews take down a statue of Sir John A. Macdonald in a downtown Kingston, Ont. park.
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CommentHistory | 10:07 AM on Friday
Parts of the US south-west report dangerously high temperatures, with excessive heat warnings in place.
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CommentTech | 6:51 AM on Friday
Canadian company General Fusion is set to build a $400m fusion demonstrator near Oxford.
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CommentMisc World | 6:44 AM on Friday
St. Louis, Mo., couple Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who gained notoriety for pointing guns at social justice demonstrators walking past their home last year, pleaded guilty Thursday to misdemeanor charges and agreed to give up the weapons they used during
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CommentHealth | 6:01 AM on Friday
Alberta is now a hot spot of a potentially deadly tapeworm passed from wild canines to humans — and many cases of the parasitic infection could be going undetected, warns an infectious disease specialist.
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CommentPolitical | 6:47 PM on Thursday
The motion comes as Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan faces renewed calls for him to resign over his handling of the military sexual misconduct crisis.
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CommentEnvironmental | 1:40 PM on Thursday
The amount of heat Earth traps has roughly doubled since 2005, contributing to more rapidly warming oceans, air and land, according to new research from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. “The magnitude of the increase is u
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CommentLaw & Order | 1:40 PM on Thursday
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has nominated the Honourable Mahmud Jamal as the next member of the Supreme Court of Canada.
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CommentLaw & Order | 11:23 AM on Thursday
Detainees who are from communities of colour, particularly Black detainees, appear to be held for longer periods, often in provincial jails, the report says.
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CommentBusiness | 10:11 AM on Thursday
The helicopter service Blade had a fake spokesperson named Simon McLaren for three years. The company's CEO said he posed as McLaren in interviews.
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CommentBusiness | 6:24 AM on Thursday
Officials insist inflation won't last, and on Wednesday the U.S. Federal Reserve Board's Jerome Powell hinted he'll join the Bank of Canada's Tiff Macklem in cutting back on stimulus. But unless wages catch up, rising prices continue to make most of us po
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CommentUncle Sam | 6:01 AM on Thursday
The House passed legislation Wednesday that would establish June 19 as Juneteenth National Independence Day, a US federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, sending the bill to President Joe Biden's desk for his signature.
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CommentLaw & Order | 10:14 PM on Wednesday
Trudeau government refused to hand over documents despite attempt by opposition MPs to obtain details on why two federal scientists were fired from the National Microbiology Laboratory
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CommentTech | 12:09 PM on Wednesday
Cyberwarfare has become such a threat that NATO's Article 5 now covers it. As Joe Biden confronts Vladimir Putin, experts warn the worst could be yet to come, with cyber threats pushing toward a more dangerous threshold.
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CommentPolitical | 12:09 PM on Wednesday
Canada is being excoriated as a racist failure as MPs who don't intend to seek re-election say their official farewells.
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CommentEnvironmental | 8:31 AM on Wednesday
The federal government will step in to conduct an environmental review of any new coal project that could possibly release the contaminant selenium.
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CommentPolitical | 6:51 AM on Wednesday
Canada is being excoriated as a racist failure as MPs who don't intend to seek re-election say their official farewells.
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CommentHealth | 6:46 AM on Wednesday
People who wear cosmetics such as lipstick or mascara may be absorbing or licking up potentially harmful ingredients that last 'forever' in the environment, a new study suggests. Here's what you should know about PFAS.
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CommentHealth | 6:02 AM on Wednesday
Eight Pacific countries created a revolutionary system that brings in $500m a year and prevents the overfishing that blights other regions
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CommentProvincial Politics | 1:45 PM on Tuesday
Opposition parties have argued the legislation was an attempt by Premier Doug Ford's government to silence criticism ahead of next year's provincial election
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CommentPolitical | 1:45 PM on Tuesday
The Green Party federal council will vote tonight on whether to kickstart a process that could remove Annamie Paul from the party leadership.
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CommentLifestyle | 6:26 AM on Tuesday
The 2020 Edelman Trust Barometer – now in its 20th year – has found many people no longer believe working hard will give them a better life.
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CommentPolitical | 6:01 AM on Tuesday
The former Conservative cabinet minister is apologizing for not pushing against his party's culturally divisive polices of the Stephen Harper era
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CommentEnvironmental | 5:55 AM on Tuesday
In 2019, residents of Kiselyovsk, Russia, a city surrounded by coal mines, made a video asking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to allow them to come to Canada as environmental refugees. Two years later, CBC News visits the community to see the conditions an
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CommentMilitary | 4:46 PM on Monday
Through his lawyers, Fortin has denied any wrongdoing.
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CommentMilitary | 2:11 PM on Monday
Lt.-Gen. Mike Rouleau said in a statement he is stepping aside effective immediately following widespread condemnation of a golf outing with Gen. Jonathan Vance.
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CommentProvincial Politics | 9:07 AM on Monday
The Ontario government quietly disbanded all 10 community advisory boards overseeing jails, which removes what advocates call a vital tool to help the province's inmates.
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CommentProvincial Politics | 7:32 AM on Monday
An association representing Nigerian-Canadian doctors is calling for Alberta Health Minister Tyler Shandro to reject a report that concluded a noose taped to a Grande Prairie hospital operating room door by a white surgeon — aimed in part at a Black col
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CommentMisc World | 7:16 AM on Monday
EDF, the French state-backed utility, said it was seeking to hold an extraordinary board meeting of its joint venture nuclear power plant in southern China after a report of a possible radiation leak.