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15th Aug 2018 'Another step forward': Date of proposed holiday for reconciliation still needs to be set
After the department of Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism confirmed Wednesday it will implement a new statutory holiday to mark the legacy of Indian Residential Schools, First Nations groups are...

15th Aug 2018 B.C. declares state of emergency as hundreds of wildfires burn across province
The British Columbia government has declared a state of emergency to support the provincewide response to the ongoing wildfire situation. ...

15th Aug 2018 Ontario Premier Doug Ford unveils changes to Hydro One board pay
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says his government is making changes to improve the transparency and accountability of the new Hydro One board of directors. ...

15th Aug 2018 Teen who died trying to save a mother and son at Woodbine Beach remembered as a hero
A teenage boy who died after trying to save a mother and child at a Toronto beach last week is being hailed as a hero by those who knew him. ...

15th Aug 2018 Trudeau says he's 'listening' as Montreal mulls push for national handgun ban
Montreal will consider pushing for a federal ban on handguns, by citing four instances of gun violence that have traumatized Quebecers over the past 30 years. ...

15th Aug 2018 Asylum claims by irregular migrants increased in July after 2 months of decline
The number of asylum seekers crossing into Canada outside regular ports of entry went up in July after two months of decline. New federal data shows a total of 1,634 migrants were apprehended by RCMP...

15th Aug 2018 Liberals promise to repeal restriction on charities' political activity
The Liberal government has decided to appeal an Ontario case that voided a section of the Income Tax Act that placed limits on the political activities of charities. Paradoxically, it also announced ...

15th Aug 2018 Canada's police chiefs to study recent spike in gun violence
New president of police chiefs group says he's concerned about resurgence of lower-level street gangs that are becoming 'quite violent' ...

15th Aug 2018 Advocates blast province's freeze on injection sites amid Toronto's spike in overdose deaths
Harm reduction advocates renewed a call for the province to reverse its decision to freeze the expansion overdose prevention sites - a day after Toronto police revealed seven people died from opioid-...

15th Aug 2018 Alberta search for missing pilot stymied by wildfire smoke
Smoke drifting east from wildfires in B.C. is hindering the search for a light plane that disappeared without a trace during a flight in Alberta on Sunday. ...

14th Aug 2018 Winnipeg firm defends $1M deal to send sniper rifles to Ukraine
Asked if he's concerned that selling weapons to Ukraine would escalate the conflict there, the co-owner of a Canadian arms company said: "It may sound callous, but not particularly." ...

14th Aug 2018 7 fatal overdoses in under 2 weeks prompt Toronto police to issue public warning
Toronto police have issued a public safety warning about a batch of dangerous opioids they believe are being sold in the downtown core after seven people died from drug overdoses over the past 12 day...

15th Aug 2018 The Saudi temper tantrum could land one devastating blow ? to Canadian health care: Neil Macdonald
This year, there are 800 Saudis in addition to the 3,308 Canadian-government-funded positions, meaning the Saudis comprise about 20 per cent of the 4,108 residents in Canadian hospitals. We can't aff...

15th Aug 2018 Boy dies after being struck by payloader on southern Alberta ranch
RCMP say a man was operating a payloader Tuesday evening in the ranch yard when the brakes and steering failed. ...

15th Aug 2018 'We need to do it right': Thousands expected at funeral for fallen Fredericton officers
Thousands of emergency responders from across North America are expected to attend the regimental funeral Saturday for the two Fredericton police officers who were shot and killed in the line of duty...

15th Aug 2018 Judge mulls lifting publication ban on details of deadly Fredericton shooting
A New Brunswick judge will issue a decision Friday on whether a court order prohibiting the publication of previously reported details about last week?s deadly shooting in Fredericton will remain in ...

15th Aug 2018 McKenna says you can't erase troubled history by removing statues
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna has asked the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada to look at how to address concerns with historical figures like John A. Macdonald. ...

15th Aug 2018 4-year-old boy attacked by cougar on family fishing trip near Fernie
A four-year-old boy from Fernie, B.C., is recovering from what officials are describing as an unprovoked cougar attack on a family fishing trip over the weekend. ...

15th Aug 2018 $50K interim payments approved to survivors and families of Humboldt Broncos bus crash victims
An interim payment of $50,000 will be paid out to each of the survivors and families of the 29 people affected by the Humboldt Broncos bus collision, or about $1.45 million in total, has been approve...

15th Aug 2018 Canada to phase out pesticides linked to bee deaths, sources say
?The federal government will begin phasing out the outdoor use of nicotine-based pesticides beginning in 2021, part of an effort to stem the mysterious global decline of honey bee colonies. ...

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