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Truth and Reconciliation report brings calls for action, not words video
Reconciliation for the "cultural genocide" of residential schools requires a nation-wide commitment to change policy and commemorate through education, said Justice Murray Sinclair, chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission as he released the commission's 94 recommendations Tuesday.
John Nuttall, Amanda Korody found guilty in B.C. Legislature bomb plot
A B.C. Supreme Court jury has found John Nuttall and Amanda Korody guilty for plotting a 2013 Canada Day attack on the B.C. Legislature.
FIFA sponsors get what they wanted as Sepp Blatter agrees to leave video
It's not clear what compelled FIFA president Sepp Blatter to offer to step down only days after being re-elected amid a widening corruption scandal, but sponsors of the beautiful game are breathing a sigh of relief, sports marketing experts say.
Caitlyn Jenner and the spotlight on transgender stories video
Caitlyn Jenner's Vanity Fair debut signifies a new level of visibility for transgender people, including a number of new TV shows. But not everyone thinks pop culture representations are true to life.
Driver in crash that killed Whistler cyclists had suspended licence for drunk driving
The driver of a vehicle that struck two cyclists, killing them and his passenger, had a suspended licence at the time of the collision and a history of impaired driving.

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