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2 Canadian women abducted in Ghana rescued

2 Canadian women abducted in Ghana rescued

Two University of New Brunswick students abducted June 4 in Ghana while volunteering with a non-governmental organization were rescued in…
Senate report calls on Ottawa to fix ‘neglected’ Arctic

Senate report calls on Ottawa to fix ‘neglected’ Arctic

Canada’s Northern regions have been neglected, overlooked, and passed by for far too long. And it’s time for Canada to…
Advisory council calls for $15B universal, single-payer pharmacare plan

Advisory council calls for $15B universal, single-payer pharmacare plan

An advisory council appointed by the Liberal government is recommending the establishment of a universal, single-payer public pharmacare system. The…
It’s time to start charging men for using stalkerware to harass women, watchdog group says

It’s time to start charging men for using stalkerware to harass women, watchdog group says

Canadian lawmakers need to crack down on the sale of digital spyware being used to track and harass victims of…
Quebec government aims to define religious symbols in amendment to secularism bill

Quebec government aims to define religious symbols in amendment to secularism bill

The Quebec government is offering a first concession to critics of its proposed law restricting religious symbols worn by some civil servants. Tuesday…
Warming oceans may reduce sea life by 17%

Warming oceans may reduce sea life by 17%

The world’s oceans will likely lose about one-sixth of their fish and other marine life by the end of the…
MEC temporarily pulls products from online store

MEC temporarily pulls products from online store

Mountain Equipment Co-Op (MEC) has temporarily pulled two items from its online store after customers complained the versions of the product advertised…
Montreal woman says STM bus driver didn’t stop for her because of her niqab

Montreal woman says STM bus driver didn’t stop for her because of her niqab

Zineb Benrochd was standing at a bus stop in broad daylight last week, wearing her niqab, when a bus whizzed…
Ban on single-use plastics could be boon for Ontario forestry industry

Ban on single-use plastics could be boon for Ontario forestry industry

Northern Ontario forestry producers are hoping the Canadian economy is about to trade plastic for paper. The federal government wants…
Farming project helps Yazidi refugees return to roots

Farming project helps Yazidi refugees return to roots

Adol Ilyas has farmed for as long as she can remember. It’s how her family earned their living in northern…
This company helps clear WW II-era bombs off the sea floor to make way for wind farms

This company helps clear WW II-era bombs off the sea floor to make way for wind farms

Moya Cahill didn’t have this kind of boom in mind 12 years ago when she co-founded PanGeo Subsea, an ocean technology company,…
Nunavut TB rates remain high despite community testing

Nunavut TB rates remain high despite community testing

Tuberculosis rates in Nunavut remain high despite the federal government spending millions of dollars on screening clinics in three Nunavut…
Stop using my grandpa’s name, actor Kiefer Sutherland tells Doug Ford

Stop using my grandpa’s name, actor Kiefer Sutherland tells Doug Ford

Canadian actor Kiefer Sutherland, the grandson of renowned former Saskatchewan premier Tommy Douglas, is asking Ontario Premier Doug Ford and…
Canada to ban keeping whales, dolphins in captivity

Canada to ban keeping whales, dolphins in captivity

Animal welfare advocates are celebrating after the House of Commons voted Monday to ban keeping whales, dolphins and porpoises in…
Teacher says she was strip-searched at Vancouver airport after angry guard failed to find drugs

Teacher says she was strip-searched at Vancouver airport after angry guard failed to find drugs

A former Sunday school teacher who was falsely accused of being a drug smuggler, detained at Vancouver International Airport and eventually…
Poll finds 90% of Canadians have fallen for fake news

Poll finds 90% of Canadians have fallen for fake news

Ninety per cent of Canadians say they have fallen for fake news online, with many listing Facebook as the most…
Canada’s tourism industry must break down silos to climb to new heights

Canada’s tourism industry must break down silos to climb to new heights

Canada could rival countries like New Zealand as a destination for young adventurers and visitors looking for natural beauty, but…
Foreign students say they ‘have no choice’ but to work more than their permits allow

Foreign students say they ‘have no choice’ but to work more than their permits allow

For Jobandeep Singh Sandhu, it was his job as a truck driver that got him in trouble. The 22-year-old student was…
Separated Canadian-Cuban families send plea to Ottawa

Separated Canadian-Cuban families send plea to Ottawa

Canadians who are separated from their Cuban family members because of the embassy downsizing in Havana are sending Ottawa a plea…
Government to ban single-use plastics as early as 2021: Source

Government to ban single-use plastics as early as 2021: Source

The Trudeau government will ban single-use plastics as early as 2021, CBC News has learned from a government source. Plastic straws,…
Rory McIlroy runs away with Canadian Open title

Rory McIlroy runs away with Canadian Open title

Rory McIlroy examined the RBC Canadian Open trophy closely, reading the names to himself, soaking in the history of the…
Is climate change actually a ‘climate crisis’? Some think so

Is climate change actually a ‘climate crisis’? Some think so

What’s in a word? Or a phrase? A lot. Take a quick scan of your social media or news feed…
Decision time for Quebec government as it tries to pass 2 nationalist bills by week’s end

Decision time for Quebec government as it tries to pass 2 nationalist bills by week’s end

It is a critical week for Quebec’s centre-right government and the two flagship pieces of legislation that are at the…
Trans Mountain pipeline protesters rally ahead of final Ottawa decision

Trans Mountain pipeline protesters rally ahead of final Ottawa decision

Hundreds of protesters gathered in Vancouver Sunday to rally against the expansion of a national pipeline, which could get final federal…
Céline Dion returns home after ending Las Vegas residency with a bang

Céline Dion returns home after ending Las Vegas residency with a bang

After 1,141 concerts over the span of 16 years, Céline Dion is coming home to Quebec. Well, for the summer…
Raptors’ VanVleet cleared for Game 5 of NBA Finals after taking nasty elbow

Raptors’ VanVleet cleared for Game 5 of NBA Finals after taking nasty elbow

Fred VanVleet will begrudgingly use a mouthguard the next time he steps on the floor in the NBA Finals. For…
Mac the Moose loses his antlers, but will soon have a bigger rack

Mac the Moose loses his antlers, but will soon have a bigger rack

Mac’s rack has undergone an ‘antler-ectomy’. Moose Jaw’s famous moose sculpture had its antlers sawed off Wednesday to make way…
Movers deliver only half of family’s belongings — and dump the rest

Movers deliver only half of family’s belongings — and dump the rest

It was bad enough the Halifax moving company arrived hours late to the family’s new home in Toronto, delivered only…
Alberta opposition stages all-night filibuster against labour bill

Alberta opposition stages all-night filibuster against labour bill

Alberta’s NDP Official Opposition staged a filibuster overnight in protest against proposed changes to labour legislation. A debate over Bill 2 began…
Statistics Canada says trade deficit in April shrank to $966 million

Statistics Canada says trade deficit in April shrank to $966 million

Statistics Canada says the country’s merchandise trade deficit shrank to $966 million in April, the smallest deficit since October last…
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