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The Truth and Reconciliation Commission has found that what took place in residential schools "amounts to nothing short of cultural genocide," chair Justice Murray Sinclair said in releasing the commission's key recommendations Tuesday. CBCnews.ca is carrying reaction to the report live.
Breaking Sepp Blatter to resign as FIFA president
FIFA president Sepp Blatter announced today he will resign from soccer's world governing body amid a widening corruption scandal and has promised to call for fresh elections to choose a successor.
C-51 could trigger NDP/Liberal coalition, conservatives warn
As the government's proposed anti-terror bill heads towards the legislative finish line, some of its more conservative-minded critics are warning Prime Minister Stephen Harper that its passage could carry a heavy cost for his party when they hit the campaign trail later this year.
Sarah Hoffman weight insults show sexism still an issue in politics, expert says video
Comments about the weight of Health Minister Sarah Hoffman show sexism is still an issue for women in Alberta politics, a gender studies lecturer says.
Truth and Reconciliation Commission urges Canada to confront 'cultural genocide' of residential schools video
Canada needs to move from "apology to action" if reconciliation with Aboriginal Peoples is to succeed, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission says in its final report, which includes 94 recommendations for change in policies and the "way we talk to, and about, each other."

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