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Royal Family's attempt to get distance from Prince Andrew is an act of self-preservation

Buckingham Palace's 42-word announcement that Prince Andrew had lost his military affiliations and royal patronages was remarkably terse, but it was also remarkably symbolic, representing how far his reputation has fallen in recent years, along with how focused the institution of the monarchy can be as it looks toward its future.

Canada's Jacob Panetta suspended by ECHL, cut from team for apparent racist gesture

The ECHL acted swiftly on Sunday, suspending defenceman Jacob Panetta indefinitely, pending a hearing, for an apparent racial gesture toward fellow Canadian Jordan Subban of the South Carolina Stingrays during Saturday night's game. The Jacksonville Icemen later released Panetta.

Hundreds of thousands of Canadians are travelling abroad despite Omicron

Statistics Canada tallied more than 700,000 Canadian air passenger arrivals returning home from abroad in December despite Omicron's spread and Canada's advisory against international travel abroad.

Proposed statue of 17th-century female prodigy raises uncomfortable questions about Italy's monuments

A movement to honour Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Piscopia, the first woman in the world to graduate from university, with a statue in Padua's Prato della Valle square has sparked a national debate in Italy about historical conservation and gender representation in monuments.

B.C.-based First Nation may put names to unmarked graves with new residential school documents

The leadership of Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc hopes to identify and locate missing children believed to be buried in unmarked graves near the former Kamloops Indian Residential School (IRS) with the help of previously undisclosed documents set for release by the federal government.

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