Yellowknives Dene canvass traditional knowledge about Whitebeach Point
Whitebeach Point lies within Dinaga Wek’ehodi in the Tlicho language, which, perhaps appropriately, translates to 'to be kept protected.' The original proposal called for a 790-square-kilometre swath of land on the north arm of Great Slave Lake.
Little Leaguer Dio Gama's life transformed after overnight walk to Canada
It was as if everything changed for Dio Gama the second he stepped into Canada three years ago to reunite with his family.
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'In way over my head': Rolling Stone's first female writer recalls her wild early years at the iconic magazine
Robin Green went to her job interview at the Rolling Stone expecting that they might let her answer the phones, but she was given a job as a journalist. That job turned out to be the best — and worst — times of her life.
Snedeker takes 2-shot lead into weekend at Wyndham
Brandt Snedeker followed his opening 11-under 59 with a 67 on Friday to take a two-stroke lead into the weekend at the Wyndham Championship.
Charlottetown Islanders in training camp, looking to build on last year's success
The Charlottetown Islanders training camp is underway with fitness testing Friday and on-ice workouts starting Saturday at the APM Centre in Cornwall.
Viens Commission lawyers ask why public inquest into high suicide rate in Nunavik was never ordered
Lawyers for the Viens Commission said there were 22 waves of suicides in Inuit communities in Quebec's Nunavik region between 2001 and 2015, but no chief coroner has ever called a public inquest into what can be done to prevent deaths in the future.
Kimberley, B.C., under evacuation alert as winds fuel nearby wildfires
The second-largest city in B.C.'s East Kootenay region has been placed on evacuation alert as wildfires fed by strong, unpredictable winds become more intense in several areas of the province.
Trump warns he'll revoke more security clearances as former officials blast 'McCarthy-era tactics'
Former U.S. security officials issued scathing rebukes to President Donald Trump, admonishing him for yanking a top former spy chief's security clearance in what they cast as an act of political vengeance.
Canada's R.J. Barrett helps Duke dismantle U of T in exhibition rout
Canada's young basketball star R.J. Barrett scored 35 points, while rookie teammate Zion Williamson added 24, to lead the Duke Blue Devils to a 96-60 pre-season rout of the University of Toronto on Friday.
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The Little Rock Nine: 'We've become as we were 60 years ago'
The Little Rock Nine were at the centre of a defining moment in the civil rights movement, breaking public school segregation in Arkansas. Last fall, they marked their 60th anniversary while their President struck up a Twitter war with NFL players protesting racism - a battle that Trump continues a year later.
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Unofficial trail in 'secret cave' area of Johnston Canyon closed by Parks Canada to protect unique birds
In an effort to entice a unique bird population back to Johnston Canyon in Banff National Park, Parks Canada has closed a popular — but unofficial — trail.
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Raonic puts up fight but still can't solve Djokovic at Cincinnati Open
Milos Raonic may have rest on his side when he meets his opponent Novak Djokovic in the quarter-finals at the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati later Friday. Djokovic knocked off defending-champion Grigor Dimitrov in a match started on Thursday but finished on Friday.
Marathon, Eskimos game in limbo as smoky haze lingers over Edmonton
Organizers of the Edmonton Marathon will decide at 10 a.m. Saturday whether the race will go ahead as smoke from wildfires burning in B.C. continues to envelope Alberta.
NDP pressured by Seattle mayor to stop logging near B.C.-Washington state border
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan has written to B.C. Premier John Horgan asking that logging be stopped near the Skagit river close to E.C. Manning Provincial Park, saying it will impact, "the ecological integrity and recreational resource value," of the area.
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Sign vandalized after MP Maxime Bernier calls out Winnipeg park for 'extreme multiculturalism'
Days after Conservative MP Maxime Bernier singled out a Winnipeg park named after a Pakistani leader to demonstrate how multiculturalism has gone too far, the park's new sign was vandalized.
The 'Queen of Soul' is also being remembered as the 'Queen of the Opera'
Mary Callaghan Lynch was Aretha Franklin’s opera voice coach. She remembers her pupil and friend, and pays tribute to her for her support in bringing classical music into Detroit schools.
Regina mother continues human rights battle for son denied detox
Jenny Churchill is filing a human rights complaint started by her son Jordan Wakelam, who died earlier this year, about his alleged treatment at a detox facility.