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NCTR signs agreement with Ottawa to receive more residential schools records
Canada’s Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller says Ottawa has reached an agreement with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTRto hand over more records on residential schools that Ottawa had been holding back. “We will
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O'Toole boycott means no Conservative MPs on national security committee | CTV News
There are no Conservative MPs among the newly named slate of parliamentarians to oversee the security-and-intelligence community following the party's decision to boycott the body.
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CommentMisc World | 7:25 AM on Friday
Under the city’s zero-COVID regime, people are paying US$25,665 to charter flights to get their pets back to home countries
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CommentLaw & Order | 6:01 AM on Friday
A U.S. Homeland Security agent believes the four people, including an infant, who were found dead on Wednesday on the Manitoba side of the Canada-U.S. border may have been victims of a wider human smuggling operation.
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CommentEnvironmental | 5:59 AM on Friday
A first-of-its-kind “green” Shell facility in Alberta is emitting more greenhouse gases than it’s capturing, throwing into question whether taxpayers should be funding it, a new report has found. Shell’s Quest carbon capture and storage facilit
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CommentPolitical | 10:15 PM on Thursday
Both Liberal and Conservative prime ministers have allowed the building to deteriorate, almost certainly because they didn’t want to appear as though they were feathering their own nests, writes columnist Max Fawcett.
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CommentLaw & Order | 8:23 AM on Thursday
The collapse of Qing Quentin Huang’s prosecution is unfortunate, says national security expert Aaron Shull, because it means “the case will never be heard on the merits and that just sends all the wrong signals.”
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CommentHealth | 8:16 AM on Thursday
A class-action lawsuit launched on behalf of Canadians who underwent open heart surgery between January 2010 and July 2018 alleges the manufacturer of contaminated medical devices used during the surgeries failed to adequately warn hospitals of the risk.
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CommentBusiness | 8:15 AM on Thursday
Marking a significant shift in Alberta energy history, wind generation provided more power to the province's energy grid than coal several times this week.
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CommentLaw & Order | 5:53 AM on Thursday
Correctional Service Canada only admitted a prison guard even fired their weapon after repeated questioning from VICE World News.
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CommentPolitical | 4:06 PM on Wednesday
The appalling ideology of diversity, inclusion and equity is demolishing education and business
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CommentPolitical | 2:38 PM on Wednesday
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is giving no indications of plans to rein in government spending after a critical report by the parliamentary budget officer questioned the Liberals' case to spend tens of billions in planned stimulus
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CommentLaw & Order | 7:03 AM on Wednesday
Newly unsealed documents reveal what Sherman family, friends and business associates told homicide detectives.
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CommentLaw & Order | 7:01 AM on Wednesday
Former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko returned to Kyiv on Monday and was sent to court to face controversial treason charges, a legal process that exacerbates Ukraine’s political divide at a time when the Russian military remains massed at the cou
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CommentLaw & Order | 6:41 AM on Wednesday
Belarus has failed to produce any evidence of a bomb threat that was used to justify the diversion of an airliner to Minsk — and which led to the arrest of a dissident journalist — according to UN investigators.
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CommentMisc CDN | 6:37 AM on Wednesday
A temporary solution has been found at St. john’s International Airport. They resumed normal operations at 8:00 this morning but caution that it is not a permanent solution. Large, commercial passenger flights hadn’t been able to land at YYT since
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CommentLaw & Order | 5:54 AM on Wednesday
More than a dozen former employees of Toronto businessman and convicted fraudster Rob Roche have filed complaints over unpaid wages at his PPE supply company, raising questions about how his firms managed to obtain government pandemic support.
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CommentEnvironmental | 5:53 AM on Wednesday
Study calls for cap on production and release as pollution threatens global ecosystems upon which life depends
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CommentReligion | 3:38 PM on Tuesday
"Ultimately, the dissenters, the ones who will not cave in, are going to be those who are faithful to the Bible."
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CommentPolitical | 3:06 PM on Tuesday
'The CBC likes advertising but doesn't need it. They have an ability to skew the advertising market in a way, because it is not as essential as it is for…
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CommentProvincial Politics | 11:39 AM on Tuesday
Kenney relieved Justice Minister Kaycee Madu of his duties after it came to light that Madu called Edmonton’s police chief about a traffic ticket.
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CommentBusiness | 10:59 AM on Tuesday
Microsoft is now set to acquire Activision-Blizzard for $68.7 billion. I discuss what this means for gamers, for workers, and for the industry as a whole.===...
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CommentBusiness | 8:47 AM on Tuesday
More than 30 companies will take part in a trial of a four-day working week to “herald in a bold new way of working in 2022”, researchers say.
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CommentHealth | 8:43 AM on Tuesday
Health Canada will now allow physicians to request restricted psychedelic drugs for patients as part of their psychotherapy through its Special Access Program.
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CommentPolitical | 8:30 AM on Tuesday
Globe and Mail analysis shows the flow of federal tax dollars to McKinsey has increased sharply since the Liberals came to power in 2015 and nearly doubled last year during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic
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CommentPolitical | 8:27 AM on Tuesday
French far-right presidential candidate Eric Zemmour was fined 10,000 euros ($11,400) on Monday for inciting racial hatred, over remarks in which he called young migrants killers, thieves and rapists.
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CommentMisc World | 6:09 AM on Tuesday
Methods used in Sky Net program range from family intimidation to state-sanctioned kidnappings, says rights group
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CommentMisc World | 5:54 AM on Tuesday
A winter storm of rare proportions blanketed much of southern Ontario with heavy snow Monday, causing widespread school closures and travel disruptions, leaving some stuck on a major highway for hours on end.
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CommentBusiness | 3:37 PM on Monday
Government announcement will force broadcaster to make deep cuts to its programme budgets
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CommentMisc World | 7:15 AM on Monday
A suspected drone attack by Yemen's Houthi rebels targeting a key oil facility in Abu Dhabi killed three people and sparked a separate fire at Abu Dhabi's international airport on Monday, police said.
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CommentHealth | 7:10 AM on Monday
The Nunavut government has confirmed that traces of fuel have been found in Iqaluit's water supply, five weeks after officials lifted a do-not-consume order for the city's water.
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CommentLaw & Order | 6:36 AM on Monday
Greater Manchester police said on Sunday two teenagers were detained in South Manchester, England, as part of an ongoing investigation into a hostage-taking incident on Saturday at a synagogue in Colleyville, Texas.