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What led to Nova Scotia's privacy breach

The privacy breach involving Nova Scotia's freedom-of-information portal has led to a police investigation, put the government on the defensive, and garnered international attention and criticism. Here is a timeline of events.
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India seeks death penalty for rape of girls under 12

India's government has decided to hand down the death penalty for people convicted of raping girls under the age of 12 to combat crimes against women.

Geeks unite: Carleton prof explores social side of geekdom with new book

For Benjamin Woo, being a geek transcends lonely visits to the comic book store; it's a culture unto itself, a not-so-secret society where like-minded people bond over obscure genres, characters and collector's items.

Why does Alberta still have a separate Catholic school system? Here's a 2-minute explanation

Only three provinces still have education systems like this: Ontario, Saskatchewan and Alberta. It has to do with history, politics and the constitution.

Helping women 'find direction in chaos' part of occupational therapist's job

For the past nine months, Dominique Shephard has been working with the YWCA’s Women in Supported Housing program helping participants solve problems that keep them from doing the things most important to them.

Saint John market's bell ringer known for big cigar, bigger heart

A bell ringer at the Saint John City Market for 20 years, George Wilkins is rarely without a cigar or a one-liner. He's one of the great characters of uptown Saint John.

Bought bitcoin in 2017? Here's how cryptocurrency is taxed in Canada

So, you read all the headlines in 2017 about the millions of dollars to be made in cryptocurrencies, and you took the investment plunge. Don't even think about hiding that digital stash from the Canada Revenue Agency, experts warn.

Jets and Moose make Winnipeg hockey history, but Manitoba's AHL team overshadowed

Winnipeg hockey fans are being treated to a moment that has never happened before in their city.

Here's a pipeline we can all get behind

There is a pipeline that economists, environmentalists and all levels of government can all support: One that takes biogas from a landfill to a power plant where it can be used for fuel.

St. John's Mayor Danny Breen weighs in on Springdale crosswalk decision

Following a strong reaction to news that Springdale's town council voted against a rainbow crosswalk last week, the mayor of a city that's had one since 2016 is speaking out.
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Queen Elizabeth celebrates her 92nd birthday

Queen Elizabeth will attend a special concert on Saturday as the world's oldest and longest-reigning monarch celebrates her 92nd birthday.

Bloor-Dundas project with 2,600 residential units prompts mix of optimism, concern

The team behind a massive re-development project at Dundas and Bloor has unveiled their plan for the site, but a local neighbourhood group has mixed feelings about thousands of new residents flooding the area.

Sixties Scoop settlement a rotten deal for survivors but a windfall for lawyers

Sixties Scoop survivors who were potential claimants in Ontario's class action lawsuit were left in the dark as negotiations reduced the expected settlement payout, says Doug George-Kanentiio.

What led to Nova Scotia's privacy breach

The privacy breach involving Nova Scotia's freedom-of-information portal has led to a police investigation, put the government on the defensive and garnered international attention.

Ottawa Fury home opener a test for new-look club

The Ottawa Fury play their home opener against North Carolina FC Saturday afternoon, and there will be plenty of new things to watch out for, both on the pitch and off.

Free moving service for women fleeing abuse now in Ottawa

There are many obstacles facing women who decide to leave abusive relationships, and one of them is figuring out how to move their belongings out quickly while staying safe. Now there's a free service in Ottawa to help with that.

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Immigration minister says he was target of racial profiling, calls on Liberals to fight racism

Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says he has first-hand experience with racism in Canada, and urged his fellow Liberals to be agents for change to combat it.

France's Macron fights his Trump-like approval rating by joining the fray: Don Murray

President Emmanuel Macron's ambitious goals for reforming France and the European Union haven't changed, but after seeing his approval rating plummet to Donald Trump-like levels, his approach certainly has.

Tesla risks a blowout as problems mount, but fans keep the hype machine in overdrive

Tesla is beset by production problems, it is swimming in debt, its bonds are near junk status, its stock has more people betting against it than any other major company. But there are still good reasons to believe in the world's best known electric car maker.

Renfrew County may finally get addiction treatment centre for women

Women in Renfrew County may finally have a place to seek residential addiction treatment that won't require they travel far away from their children and support networks.

Sober suits, no drama: how Trudeau got the low-key foreign trip he badly needed

The Official Opposition barely mentioned Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's foreign travel this week. Instead, Conservatives mostly used their question period time to rehash the PM's excursion to India two months ago, and the unforced errors that plagued it.