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OTTAWA — Catholic bishops in Canada are apologizing "unequivocally" to Indigenous Peoples for the suffering endured in residential schools, just as Pope Francis prepares to meet with Indigenous leaders at the Vatican later this fall. They are also promising to provide documents that may help "memorialize" students buried in unmarked graves, work on getting the Pope to visit Canada, and raise money to help fund initiatives recommended by local Indigenous partners. The church has been heavily crit
HBC says Zellers pop-up shops may be introduced at other locations in the future.
Willie Garson's loved ones confirmed his cause of death in his obituary published in The New York Times on Thursday
As the Delta variant of COVID-19 rips across the country, a growing number of health care professionals have taken an extreme stance that they claim will slow the spread: They say they will no longer treat the unvaccinated. While the basic premise of their decision may be legal, much of the medical profession is guided by ethics, and many experts disagree with the reasoning behind this decision.
Two assailants in lawyers’ black coats opened fire in a courtroom in the Indian capital on Friday, killing a notorious crime suspect before being fatally shot by police officers, authorities said. The shooting took place as Jitendra Gogi, who was facing murder and extortion charges, entered the courtroom. New Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana said officers escorting Gogi acted swiftly and killed the assailants, who were believed to be from a rival gang.
Another one of the NHL's unvaccinated players has spoken out.
The Wire actor was found dead on Sept. 6
Emma Raducanu has parted company with her coach at the US Open as she believes she now needs more experience to take on tennis's big guns.
There are a lot of burning questions around this year's Fall Forecast for Ontario, with initial predictions of an earlier start to some wintry weather. Wondering exactly what it all means? Dr. Doug Gillham answers, here.
The far-right congresswoman confronted Democrats on the steps outside the House chamber after the passage of a Democratic bill to protect abortion.
Two co-hosts of morning show "The View" tested positive for COVID-19 just before Vice President Kamala Harris was scheduled to appear in a live interview on Friday, forcing her to appear remotely. Harris had been due to make her first planned in-studio appearance as vice president. The vice president's appearance and interview appeared to have been cut short due to the positive tests.
“No Time to Die” director, Cary Fukunaga, describes how Daniel Craig's last Bond film attempts to bring the franchise into the post #MeToo era, and takes explicit aim at the Connery films in the process.
Jon Jones is attending a UFC Hall of Fame event in Las Vegas.
The Laundries are "very concerned" about their son as he remains missing following his fiancée Gabby Petito's death, their lawyer told Insider.
The local community has rallied around Tyler Christman's family following the injury.
The co-hosts — who were later tested again and were negative, a producer said — were asked to leave just as the panel was preparing to welcome Vice President Kamala Harris on stage
When former police officer Ralph Thistle finally received $630,000 in lost wages, he thought his lengthy battle was finally over. But now, Toronto police are taking the first step to potentially appeal the payment, CBC News has learned. The Toronto Police Service (TPS) maintains no decision to appeal has been made, and that it has only filed a legal notice that could lead to one. The service says it wants to review the payment further. But Thistle says TPS is dragging out an already lengthy disp
“I think you guys are going to be upset that you decided to keep the wild cards,” Nick Cannon scolded the audience after this stunning result.
CNN's Chris Cuomo accused of sexual harassment by his former boss
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