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B.C. Wildfires 2018: Thick smoke grounds firefighting aircraft
The thick smoke that's blanketed much of B.C. in recent days has forced some firefighting aircraft to ground and made it difficult to detect new wildfires, officials say.
Python discovered at Windsor recycling plant
A worker at the EWSWA recycling plant on Central Avenue found a python on the weekend, prompting a visit from the Windsor-Essex Humane Society.
Liberals scrap controversial family reunification lottery, accepting more applications
Justin Trudeau's Liberal government is dropping its controversial lottery system for reuniting immigrant families and returning to a first-come, first-served system following backlash from frustrated sponsors.
Nunavut races to fill dozens of teaching spots as school year begins
A country-wide teacher shortage is affecting some Nunavut schools. The territory has 66 vacant teaching positions, and classes have already been postponed in at least one community.
Feds poised to beef up bill to prevent foreign election interference
Air quality plummets across B.C. as wildfire smoke blankets province
Dog attacks and severely injures 2 children in Montreal North
Newest northern affairs minister meets territorial premiers to hear top priorities
Flights cancelled as B.C. wildfire smoke chokes airports
Liberals' plan to revamp resource approval process facing fight on two fronts
Hundreds attend Pakistani celebration in park targeted in Conservative MP Bernier tweet
How hydrogen could shake up Canada's energy sector
Northern defence upgrades part of plan to protect Canada's Arctic, Sajjan says
Family of hiker missing in German Alps calls on Canadian government for help
Labrador ship's crew will begin tracking information about Arctic whales