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Indigenous women kept from seeing their newborn babies until agreeing to sterilization, says lawyer
At least 60 Indigenous women are pursuing a lawsuit alleging they were sterilized against their will, as recently as last year. The lawyer handling the case says they were not a fit state to consent to the procedure.
Teacher with criminal history arrested after altercation with student
Impeach-O-Meter: What are Donald Trump's odds of staying in office?
Meet the Sikh Captain America. His mission: 'kick some intolerant ass'
British Columbia moves to limit 'mega-mansions' on agricultural land
Calgary Olympics were an awakening for me: Paralympic great Brian McKeever
Your horoscope for the week: Your relationships are up for appraisal
Battle over B.C.'s dwindling ancient forests pits profit against preservation
Journalists barred from Morneau speech in Beijing a day after Trudeau praises free press
'I don't understand it:' Lilly Singh takes a break from YouTube
U.K. cabinet to consider new draft Brexit deal agreed to by negotiators
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