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Indigenous poet faces backlash for calling out NHL-themed totem poles
Halifax's former poet laureate says she has received unprecedented online backlash for asking a drugstore chain to remove NHL merchandise that appropriates West Coast Indigenous culture. Rebecca Thomas, who is Mi'kmaw, tweeted a photo of ...
Several potential leads not pursued after Oland murder, investigator admits
SAINT JOHN, N.B. — Several potential leads that were not pursued by police investigating Richard Oland's murder have been raised by the defence at Dennis Oland's second-degree murder trial. Defence lawyer Alan Gold cross-examined Const. Stephen ...
System failed Manitoba girl returned to parent without support, checks: advocate
WINNIPEG — Manitoba's advocate for children and youth says a girl who suffered repeated sexual abuse and died of a drug overdose was failed over and over again by the province's child welfare system. The girl — identified only as Angel ...
Mark Norman was doing his job, had not 'gone rogue' on ship deal: lawyers
OTTAWA — Vice-Admiral Mark Norman's lawyers started making their case in earnest for access to thousands of government files Thursday, saying the records will prove the suspended military officer's innocence — and that he had not "gone rogue." The ...
Committee ready for regular meetings on permanent Humboldt Broncos memorial
The president of the Humboldt Broncos says a committee is ready to discuss a permanent memorial site for those who died when the junior hockey team's bus crashed in April. Jamie Brockman says those ...
Supreme Court affirms privacy rights for Canadians who share a computer
OTTAWA — Sharing a computer with someone does not mean giving up privacy rights over the material stored on the machine, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled. In a 9-0 decision Thursday, the high court restored the acquittal of Thomas Reeves of ...
Jacobs dominates Carruthers 8-1 to stay undefeated in pool play at National
CONCEPTION BAY SOUTH, N.L. — Fresh off his first Canada Cup victory last weekend, Brad Jacobs is looking sharp so far at the National Grand Slam of Curling tournament. The Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., skip moved to 3-0 after thrashing Reid ...
Biographical sketches of 2 Canadians detained in China
BEIJING — Two Canadian citizens were detained in China recently after Canada seized a Chinese business executive wanted by the U.S. over allegations of deceptive banking practices and breaking sanctions on Iran. Below are profiles of the two men, one ...
Baloney Meter: does the UN migration compact 'attempt to influence' media?
OTTAWA — "It attempts to influence how our free and independent media report on immigration issues." — Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer on the UN Global Compact for Migration, Dec. 4, ...
Study offers 'a bit of a window' into iconic young salmon stocks on East Coast
ST. ANDREWS, N.B. — A 14-year tracking study is giving scientists an unprecedented range of data on young Atlantic salmon in four major East Coast rivers. The iconic species is famous for drawing anglers to the region, but researchers ...