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B.C. wants First Nations to agree before old-growth logging deferred on shared lands

The British Columbia government wants First Nations to reach consensus before logging is deferred in old-growth forests on shared Indigenous territories.
Migrant women workers continue to face abortion access barriers: advocates

Migrant women workers continue to face abortion access barriers: advocates

OTTAWA — While she has helped several migrant workers access abortion services in Canada, Evelyn Encalada Grez said one woman comes to mind.
Calling social conservatives dinosaurs was 'wrong terminology', says Patrick Brown

Calling social conservatives dinosaurs was 'wrong terminology', says Patrick Brown

OTTAWA — Federal Conservative leadership candidate Patrick Brown says calling social conservatives "dinosaurs" in a book he wrote about his time in Ontario politics was "the wrong terminology" "I guess a better way to articulate that would be to say:

Winnipeg students find body during spring community cleanup

WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg school has brought in a crisis response team after a group of students found a dead body while doing a community clean up Friday.
Crown alleges Jacob Hoggard is 'sexual opportunist' who didn't take no for an answer

Crown alleges Jacob Hoggard is 'sexual opportunist' who didn't take no for an answer

TORONTO — Jurors were faced with two vastly different portrayals of Jacob Hoggard on Friday, with prosecutors painting the Canadian musician as a "sexual opportunist" who refused to take no for an answer and defence lawyers describing him as an insec
Police waited 45 minutes to breach classroom in Uvalde, believing kids not at risk

Police waited 45 minutes to breach classroom in Uvalde, believing kids not at risk

WASHINGTON — Public safety officials admitted to a deadly lapse in judgment while gun-rights advocates were deferential but defiant Friday as a divided, heartbroken nation continued to mourn the lives of 19 fourth-grade students and their two teacher
Canada could help wean Europe from Russian oil and gas by shipping clean hydrogen

Canada could help wean Europe from Russian oil and gas by shipping clean hydrogen

OTTAWA — Canada could ship clean hydrogen to Europe in the future to help wean it from its dependency on Russian oil and gas, say federal ministers.
Quebec mosque disappointed with ruling allowing killer to seek parole after 25 years

Quebec mosque disappointed with ruling allowing killer to seek parole after 25 years

QUEBEC — Families of the victims of the Quebec City mosque shooter say they fear Friday's Supreme Court ruling means the 17 children who lost a father could one day meet the killer in the streets of Quebec's capital.
A look at some recent convictions that have led to consecutive murder sentences

A look at some recent convictions that have led to consecutive murder sentences

The Supreme Court of Canada struck down a Criminal Code provision Friday that meant multiple murderers might have to wait 50 years or more to apply for parole.
Supreme Court strikes down parole wait period provision for multiple murderers

Supreme Court strikes down parole wait period provision for multiple murderers

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada has struck down a Criminal Code provision that meant multiple murderers might have to wait 50 years or more to apply for parole, calling it degrading and incompatible with human dignity.