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The Nunavik village transforming a local church—a complex 2021-10-18 12:04:25Kuujjuarapik in Nunavik, Quebec, is giving its local church—a symbol of the colonial project—a new afterlife by turning it into an interpr

A referendum in Alberta poses the equalization question 2021-10-18 09:52:18Politics Insider for Oct. 18, 2021: Alberta questions an 'unfair' system; Doug Ford looks safe; and a Liberal pledge The post A referendum in Albert

How Canada’s CanSino COVID-19 vaccine deal with China 2021-10-15 12:51:33Politics Insider for Oct. 15, 2021: The made-in-Canada vaccine breakdown; cabinet talk; and a CPC suspension The post How Canada’s CanSino COVID

Quebec delays its vaccine mandate for health-care workers 2021-10-14 10:06:59Politics Insider for Oct. 14, 2021: Quebec's health plan hits a bump; another military investigation; unpopular premiers The post Quebec delays its v

First it took his mom. Then his dad. 2021-10-13 17:02:01So many people thought of the Saini family's once-bustling Brampton, Ont. house as a second home. Now, it's just another empty space. The post First

Gordon Stenhouse, Grizzly whisperer, on humans sharing the 2021-10-13 13:22:19Biologist Gordon Stenhouse has observed grizzlies’ respect for humans. He wishes we’d return the favour. The post Gordon Stenhouse, Grizzl

U.S. to open the border to vaccinated Canadians 2021-10-13 11:32:50Politics Insider for Oct. 13, 2021: America relents; Chrystia Freeland's possible moves; and Michael Wernick's best advice The post U.S. to open the

Meet Canada’s only full-time bike theft detective 2021-10-12 11:55:31Vancouver has finally put a dent in its long-running bike theft epidemic. All it took was one dedicated officer. The post Meet Canada’s only ful

A NASA engineer on Mars and life in 2021-10-12 11:32:03Farah Alibay’s fixation with knowing how things work led to a career pondering life’s biggest questions The post A NASA engineer on Mars a

A young Chrystia Freeland impressed Soviet Russia’s KGB 2021-10-12 10:24:40Politics Insider for Oct. 12, 2021: The finance minister's notable past; Premier François Legault's power; and a Canadian Nobel prize winner

The sound of too much noise 2021-10-07 16:11:07The Arctic narwhal is being threatened by a new enemy: the clamour of passing ships The post The sound of too much noise appeared first on Macleans.ca

Justin Trudeau announces public servants, RCMP and travellers 2021-10-07 12:34:08Politics Insider for Oct. 7, 2021: Public servants get vaccine rules; the Greens exist; a mystery illness investigation The post Justin Trudeau announ

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A bag of peanuts and $70M, please: B.C. New! 2021-10-21 16:30:21A Burnaby, B.C., woman who just won the largest Lotto Max draw in B.C. history says she made the decision to buy the lottery ticket on the spur o

A military in crisis: Here are the senior New! 2021-10-21 13:39:56It's a leadership crisis without precedent in the Canadian Armed Forces — a fact that only becomes crystal clear when you take a step back and

Truth and reconciliation centre says it's still waiting New! 2021-10-21 12:14:35The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation says it is still waiting for records from the federal government related to residential schools, desp

Manitoba judge rules pandemic restrictions didn't violate charter New! 2021-10-21 11:07:40A Manitoba judge has ruled pandemic restrictions implemented by the province last year were not a violation of charter rights, in response t

Supreme Court says people can sue cities over New! 2021-10-21 11:03:09The Supreme Court of Canada has unanimously ruled that municipal snow removal activities are not immune from negligence and liability claims, a d

Succession-style drama at Rogers? Turmoil at telco after New! 2021-10-21 10:55:18Rogers Communications Inc. is setting up a three-person committee to manage interactions between the company's CEO and the chair of the board after a

Canadian theatre legend Martha Henry dead at 83 New! 2021-10-21 10:48:11Actor, director and Canadian theatre giant Martha Henry has died at 83, Stratford Festival has confirmed. Henry was a staple at the festival, and perf

Trudeau 'confident' other countries will accept Canadians' proof New! 2021-10-21 10:40:57Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today he's "very confident" countries around the world will accept Canadians' proof of vaccination.

Confusion reigns over Saskatchewan's plans to move ICU New! 2021-10-21 10:05:47Saskatchewan has not clarified why Ontario thought it would receive a total of 12 ICU patients from the province by the end of the week or why that no

Vast majority of SickKids staff vaccinated, 148 staffers New! 2021-10-21 10:01:41Almost all of the 8,258 staffers working at The Hospital For Sick Children in Toronto have received both COVID-19 shots, officials say, with only 148

Foreign funding played role in anti-resource campaigns, but 2021-10-21 08:00:00A long-delayed and controversial report into alleged anti-Alberta energy campaigns could not determine how much of a role foreign money played in canc

Water shortages are a major risk of climate 2021-10-21 07:00:00Water is already a precious resource in the Prairie provinces, which rely on vast quantities of it for agriculture. But experts warn climate change co

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Sparks fly in fiery French-language Montreal mayoral debate New! 2021-10-21 22:48:40The participants were Valérie Plante who leads Projet Montréal, Ensemble Montréal leader Denis Coderre and newcomer Balarama Holn

Kingston neighbours bond over kindness Facebook group New! 2021-10-21 22:14:37A Facebook group promoting kindness is growing in Kingston. The Buy Nothing Project aims to connect neighbours by lending a helping hand.

Queen’s student association says homecoming parties were ‘over-policed’ New! 2021-10-21 21:13:44Queen's university's student government says the police's handling of this past weekends homecoming parties went to far, calling the gatherings 'o

Single vote decides rural Alberta town mayor New! 2021-10-21 20:30:10Elk Point, Alta. had one of the tightest municipal elections in the province, with its mayor winning by just one vote.

Teen charged with hit and run that sent New! 2021-10-21 20:28:45The 35-year-old cyclist is still in hospital. 

Tackling racial bullying at Saskatoon schools New! 2021-10-21 20:27:59A new Angus Reid survey shows more than half of Canadian school children recognize bullying is taking place based on race and ethnic backgrounds.

Queen’s principal issues warning to students in bid New! 2021-10-21 20:24:55Queen's University Principal, Patrick Deane is urging students not to party for the second weekend in a row, after roughly 8 thousand gathered in the

Frustration mounts among Saskatchewan health-care workers as ICU New! 2021-10-21 20:20:47The Canadian Medical Association and SEIU-West called for stricter COVID-19 health measures Thursday, as the province announced three more ICU patient

92 new COVID-19 cases in Manitoba Thursday, most New! 2021-10-21 20:07:30Southern Health had 47 of the new COVID infections reported Oct. 21. There were 21 in Northern Health, 15 in Winnipeg, seven in Prairie Mountain and t

Mohawk Council of Kahnawake ‘repulsed’ by politicization of New! 2021-10-21 19:51:43The elected council for the First Nations reserve across the river from Montreal commended the hockey club's gesture as an example of true reconcilia

COVID-19: Leeds, Grenville, Lanark region leads province in New! 2021-10-21 17:29:50The Leeds, Grenville and Lanark district continues to lead the province in overall COVID vaccination rates, and the health unit says the community is

Party response, Safe Semester cost $65K, tab sent New! 2021-10-21 17:05:31Guelph police say extra resources needed to respond to homecoming parties cost an extra $36,000 while its Safe Semester program costs $29,500.

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Unionized B.C. employees at LifeLabs issue 72-hour strike New! 2021-10-21 18:00:58LifeLabs said most of its sites will remain open in the event of strike action, but some will be closed on a rotating basis starting Monday

Campbell River whale watcher fined $10,000 for getting New! 2021-10-21 18:00:49Nicklaus Templeman – the owner and operator of Campbell River Whale and Bear Excursions - was reported by several other whale watching operators

COVID-19 update for Oct. 21: Corduroy Restaurant ordered New! 2021-10-21 17:04:53Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.

World's first astrobiofuturist to speak at Metro Vancouver's New! 2021-10-21 16:37:09'We need to reconnect to the idea that we are nature,' says Almon.

Supreme Court of Canada sides with injured woman New! 2021-10-21 15:13:48Taryn Joy Marchi alleged the City of Nelson created a hazard when it cleared snow from downtown streets after a storm in early January 2015.

COVID-19: Corduroy Restaurant in Kitsilano has business licence New! 2021-10-21 14:53:27Owner Rebecca Matthews has been an outspoken critic of the province's health orders and vaccine cards.

Style Q&A: Talking towels with Aestate Towels founder New! 2021-10-21 14:00:38Founder of the Canadian brand believes there is a better way — and a better product — beyond what’s generally available

B.C. doctors group calls on province to focus New! 2021-10-21 13:36:35Dr. Victor Leung, an infectious disease physician and medical microbiologist, says the province and public health have been too slow to amend mandates

Comedy and tragedy once again successfully team up New! 2021-10-21 12:53:34Expect a wry, insightful and likely laugh-out-loud discussion from authors Mona Awad, Rachel Yoder and Zoe Whittall.

Daphne Bramham: Right-wing Justice Centre forges a new New! 2021-10-21 12:03:03Opinion: Under police investigation for hiring a private detective to spy on a judge, its founder and president is back supported by a board light on

Vancouver police board told to change handcuff rules 2021-10-20 21:25:04After Maxwell Johnson filed a complaint with the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal, the VPD issued a statement saying the circumstances were “regrettab

Vancouver Coastal Health takes over Little Mountain, site 2021-10-20 21:21:43The COVID-19 pandemic simply highlighted and exacerbated existing challenges, the president of the care home's society said.