'This is love for Tina': Crowd marches for change in honour of Tina Fontaine in Winnipeg
A child's cry cut through a moment of silence as more than 1,000 people huddled in the cold at The Forks in Winnipeg to reflect on the life of Tina Fontaine, one day after a jury found the man accused of killing the Indigenous teen not guilty.
Montreal bars struggle to draw crowds amidst Habs slump
Local bar managers say the Canadiens' losing streak is taking a toll on business, with fans losing interest in watching the games.
Defence chief promises to fix morale tours, plays down allegations of partying
The military's top general has promised to get to the bottom of what happened on a recent Team Canada tour, but says he has never heard of widespread problems with the morale-boosting trips.
Public information sessions for diverging diamond interchange at Pilot Butte overpass scheduled
The opening date of the new diverging diamond interchange at the Pilot Butte, Sask., overpass has been pushed up once more and is expected to be open to traffic within weeks, according to the province. The government will be offering information sessions to the public.
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'I reject the silencing of women in any community': #MosqueMeToo creator speaks up for those who can't
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