Record 68 million people displaced last year, UN says in annual refugee report
Nearly 69 million people were forcibly displaced last year, a record for the fifth straight year, according to an annual report from the UN refugee agency. In Canada, asylum claims doubled from the previous year.
1 in critical condition after serious crash in Vaughan
One person is in critical condition after a serious crash in Vaughan early Tuesday.
Quebec replaces high school history text to include more Indigenous content
The Quebec government has quietly taken steps to replace its Secondary III history textbook for next year with a version that will “better reflect the Indigenous perspective."
Heat warnings in effect for The Pas, Flin Flon
The Morning Edition
Child poverty numbers haven't improved in Nova Scotia
New Nipigon lookout provides unique view of bridge, town
Loud explosion in Mount Pearl
Viral video of drivers running red light in school zone raises safety concerns
What's real, and what's not, about the U.S. border crisis
Halifax military police officer pleads not guilty to sexual assault
Annual fireworks over Detroit River gearing up for 60th year
Ottawa immigration lawyer shocked by U.S. family separation policy
Sun and cloud Tuesday: DayStarter weather
Section of Victoria Avenue in Thunder Bay, Ont., closing for two weeks, city says
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Metro Morning with Matt Galloway
Ottawa Morning Show
Dragons of Hope heading to Italy
Yellowknife judge cites cocaine dealer's 'tragic and difficult' circumstances in sentencing