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A Canada Day message from Prime Minister Stephen Harper

Tue, Jun 30: The right honourable Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada, delivers this Canada Day message to all Canadians…

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Quebec biker bunker torn down

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Justin Trudeau visits the Morning Show

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    Miss World Canada fights back against Chinese intimidation Daily Brew

    Anastasia Lin says the Chinese government is threatening her father, but she won't stop speaking out against human rights abuses. More »Miss World Canada fights back against Chinese intimidation

    Anastasia Lin

    Anastasia Lin says the Chinese government is threatening her father, but she won't stop speaking out against human rights abuses.

  • Inuvialuit cultural resources to go online in digital library
    Inuvialuit cultural resources to go online in digital library CBC

    The Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre is having its collections digitized and uploaded online thanks to a University of Alberta research project. When the project is complete, Inuvialuit audio recordings, … More »Inuvialuit cultural resources to go online in digital library

    Inuvialuit cultural resources to go online in digital library

    The Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre is having its collections digitized and uploaded online thanks to a University of Alberta research project. When the project is complete, Inuvialuit audio recordings, documentaries and texts will be available on the internet. Catherine Cockney, who manages the large collection at …

  • Henry the rescue cat recovering after leg amputation CBC

    Henry, the little cat who could, has lost his leg but is recovering well, says a spokesperson for the Edmonton Humane Society. Henry won the hearts of many Edmontonians last month when he was found on … More »Henry the rescue cat recovering after leg amputation

    Henry, the little cat who could, has lost his leg but is recovering well, says a spokesperson for the Edmonton Humane Society. Henry won the hearts of many Edmontonians last month when he was found on the side of a highway. "Henry was very badly injured," society spokeswoman Kolbi Kukurba told CBC News on Tuesday mor …

  • Coral Harbour artist sparks discussion: what is 'Inuit art?' CBC

    The inclusion of a non-Inuk artist on a list of "Stunning Aboriginal Artworks" has ignited a discussion about cultural appropriation — begging a question as to whether one needs to be Inuit to create Inuit … More »Coral Harbour artist sparks discussion: what is 'Inuit art?'

    The inclusion of a non-Inuk artist on a list of "Stunning Aboriginal Artworks" has ignited a discussion about cultural appropriation — begging a question as to whether one needs to be Inuit to create Inuit art. One of the artists included on the list, Fred Degrace, was listed as an "Inuit artist" from Coral Harbour, Nunavut. …

  • Darren Smalley, one of four British sailors charged with sexual assault causing bodily harm, attends provincial court in Dartmouth, N.S. on June 30, 2015. The men were charged back in April 2015 when they visited in Nova Scotia for a hockey tournament. A preliminary inquiry has been scheduled for five days next April in provincial court. CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan
    British navy members accused of sexually assaulting woman ask for change in bail The Canadian Press

    A preliminary inquiry for four British sailors charged with sexual assaulting a woman in Halifax has been scheduled for five days next April in provincial court. Simon Radford, Joshua Finbow, Craig Stoner … More »British navy members accused of sexually assaulting woman ask for change in bail

    Darren Smalley, one of four British sailors charged with sexual assault causing bodily harm, attends provincial court in Dartmouth, N.S. on June 30, 2015. The men were charged back in April 2015 when they visited in Nova Scotia for a hockey tournament. A preliminary inquiry has been scheduled for five days next April in provincial court. CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan

    A preliminary inquiry for four British sailors charged with sexual assaulting a woman in Halifax has been scheduled for five days next April in provincial court. Simon Radford, Joshua Finbow, Craig Stoner and Darren Smalley were in Nova Scotia to play in a hockey tournament with local Armed Forces personnel when they were …

  • Due to smoky conditions caused by wildfires in northern Alberta and Saskatchewan, Alberta Health Services has issued an air quality advisory for the Medicine Hat area. Alberta's Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) provides a number from 1 to 10 to indicate the level of relative health risk associated with local air quality. …

  • A six-month mission that sent Canadian Armed Forces medical personnel to West Africa to help with the Ebola response has wound up, the federal government announced Tuesday. Soldiers returning from a medical mission in Sierra Leone wait for their medical assessments at the Ottawa International Airport on March 6, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Cole Burston

    A six-month mission that sent Canadian Armed Forces medical personnel to West Africa to help with the Ebola response has wound up, the federal government announced Tuesday. The Canadian military doctors, nurses, medics and support staff have been working at a British-run Ebola treatment unit at Kerry Town, in Sierra Leone. …

  • Rattlesnakes not the only danger in Alberta's Dinosaur Provincial Park

    After a nine-year-old girl was bitten by a rattlesnake Friday in Dinosaur Provincial Park, we wondered just how common they are — and what other creepy crawlers lurk in Alberta's Badlands. ​"She was not doing anything to provoke the rattlesnake but she was walking through the campsite area," said Andrew Hunt, the acting …

  • The first Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games torch is shown in Toronto on Saturday, May 30, 2015. People who have procrastinated in buying tickets for the upcoming Pan Am and Parapan Am Games might want to wait a little longer.Tickets for the international sports competitions will be cheaper to purchase on Canada Day. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn

    People who have procrastinated in buying tickets for the upcoming Pan Am and Parapan Am Games might want to wait a little longer. Games organizers said last week that some 650,000 tickets have been sold for the Pan Am Games alone.

  • Conservative MP and government whip John Duncan speaks to reporters after testifying at the trial of suspended senator Mike Duffy on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 in Ottawa. New Democrat MPs who are on the hook for $2.7 million for allegedly using parliamentary resources for partisan purposes now face the prospect of having their expense claims denied by the House of Commons.A spokeswoman for Duncan says House of Commons officials will begin rejecting claims from NDP MPs who are accused of using public money to pay for so-called satellite offices across the country.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang

    New Democrat MPs who are on the hook for $2.7 million for allegedly using parliamentary resources for partisan purposes now face the prospect of having their expense claims denied by the House of Commons. In a statement, Conservative whip John Duncan said House of Commons officials will begin rejecting claims from NDP …

  • The lawyer for a Winnipeg man who faces no criminal charges but is suspected of planning terrorist activities has launched a challenge under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Leonard Tailleur said Tuesday that the attempt by federal authorities to obtain a peace bond requiring Aaron Driver to wear an electronic-monitoring …

  • The lawyer of one of two men convicted in one of the largest Ponzi schemes in Canadian history says his client could end up dying in jail. Shamsher Kothari (SHAM'-sheer ko-THAR'-ee), who is representing Milowe Brost, says his client is already in ill health. Both Kothari and the lawyer for Gary Sorenson are asking the …

  • The government has doled out millions of dollars to small cities and towns to help pay for Canada Day celebrations, but the department in charge has only disclosed details about a fraction of that spending. Canadian Heritage has approved nearly 1,700 events taking place between June 21 and July 1 — a period that captures …

  • David Pickton leaves B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday June 23, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

    A lawyer for a woman who is accusing serial killer Robert Pickton's brother of sexual assault and threats says a jury must send him a message that his alleged actions were wrong. Jason Gratl has delivered closing arguments in the civil trial where his client is suing David Pickton for compensation for the sex assault he …

  • A medical student alleged to have abused two teenaged sisters in a manner a judge once described as close to torture has staved off extradition to the United States to stand trial. In a decision Tuesday, Ontario's top court ruled that a judge who approved extradition was wrong to accept evidence that pointed to Marco (Mark) …

 
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