September 17, 2022

Fate of $20B compensation for First Nations children in hands of Canadian Human Rights Tribunal

Tens of thousands of First Nations children and caregivers are waiting on the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal to determine whether Ottawa’s $20-billion offer to compensate them for discrimination satisfies its human rights orders.
September 17, 2022

Trudeau meets with King Charles and other prime ministers of the realm

Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, attended the Queen’s lying in state with Canada’s High Commissioner to Britain, Ralph Goodale
September 17, 2022

Six royal funerals, one changing Canada: What the deaths of monarchs have revealed about us

Each of the handful of times Canada has mourned a king or queen, it’s been a radically different place than the time before. From Victoria onward, here’s how Canada’s relationship to royalty and Empire has evolved
September 17, 2022

Western Canada: What Pierre Poilievre’s victory says about the UCP race in Alberta

Candidates running to replace Alberta Premier Jason Kenney as leader of the United Conservative Party have been rushing to align themselves with the new federal Conservative Leader.
September 17, 2022

Calgary turns Peace Bridge into an art walk after iconic structure suffers more than $1-million in damage

An art walk called the Vandalism Gallery created inside Calgary’s Peace Bridge is a campaign to teach the public about vandalism done to the bridge
September 17, 2022

Canadian cities are finally rediscovering their neglected waterfronts

From Calgary to Toronto, Canadian cities are building on the insight that the waterfront is something to cherish
September 17, 2022

Report identifies systemic barriers to getting Ontario birth certificates

Indigenous peoples are uniquely affected by systemic barriers that prevent them from obtaining an Ontario birth certificate
September 17, 2022

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends Queen Elizabeth’s lying-in-state in London

Livestream footage from Westminster Hall briefly showed Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, as they stopped by the queen’s flag-draped coffin
September 17, 2022

Parks Canada issues warning after bears enter Jasper, Alta., to feast on fruit trees

Black bears, undeterred by hazing, continue to fatten themselves on backyard fruit trees in Jasper, leading to a renewed warning from Parks Canada.
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