Indigenous protesters in Washington state declare Trans Mountain won’t be built

VANCOUVER – Cedar George-Parker remembers the moment he decided to devote his life to defending Indigenous people and their traditional…

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Hundreds of scholars gather for country’s largest academic conference

On Saturday, hundreds of scholars and researchers from around the country gathered at the University of Regina for the 87th…

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Employers flock to Toronto job fair for people with autism

Albi Shani studied to be a health records clerk, but he’s struggled to find work in his chosen field. Instead,…

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Son of former Oilers player one of 4 Broncos to be mourned at Edmonton memorial

EDMONTON – A memorial is to be held today for four players with the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team who…

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Tim Hortons apologizes for Humboldt Broncos tribute doughnut not meant for charity

The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, April 10, 2018 10:36AM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, April 10, 2018 10:47AM EDT FALL RIVER,…

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Woman critically injured after being struck by vehicle in Etobicoke

A woman has been rushed to a trauma centre in life-threatening condition after being struck by a vehicle in Etobicoke.…

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City of Saskatoon preparing for marijuana legalization

Mayor Charlie Clark expressed approval Monday with the provincial government’s decision to issue about 60 cannabis retail permits to municipalities…

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Trump says FBI destroyed Flynn’s life – but let Hillary off – BBC News

The US president made unspecific and unverified accusations about Hillary Clinton, while contrasting the handling of the FBI’s investigation of…

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