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Trudeau and B.C. North Coast First Nations announce ocean protection agreement
Federal government and 14 B.C. coastal First Nations sign framework agreement around co-managing and protecting marine ecosystems.
Beer makers brew up idea to thwart provincial border sales restrictions
Two breweries in Ottawa and Gatineau are collaborating on a new beer and circumventing laws limiting alcohol movement across provincial borders.
'I can be her': Camp encourages Indigenous girls to explore tech careers
Emma Smith is a fourth year fine arts student at the University of Waterloo. This summer, she's leading a two-day camp for young Indigenous girls to get them excited about science, technology, engineering and math.
Islanders getting phone calls in Mandarin in latest scam
You've probably received a scam phone call in the past, but recently some people are getting calls in Mandarin.
Pipeline regulator seeks to monitor 'vast amounts' of online chatter for potential security threats
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'These are freedoms my father didn't have': Hope for progress on National Indigenous Peoples Day
Discriminated against for depression: Transport Canada ordered to give B.C. man top-secret job
CBC News Network to reduce live programming for the summer, repeat newscasts
Bill to expunge gay-sex criminal records takes effect in Canada today
Canada aims to curb number of migrant children held in detention
Inmate riot in Iqaluit jail causes significant structural damage, but no injuries
Anyone missing a piano? It may be sitting in a warehouse in B.C.
Albertans turn increasingly to self-employment in recession's wake
Number of Canadians choosing medically assisted death jumps 30%
Inuk leader calls for Quebec health minister's resignation over 'racist' remarks
Manulife cutting 700 jobs, consolidating Canadian operations