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Fortified schools: A sobering but growing response to U.S. shootings

While school shootings remain statistically rare in the United States, there were 24 of them that resulted in either injury or death in 2018. It's given rise to a school security industry now worth some $3 billion US annually.
CLIMATE CHANGE

'It was never a concern before': Residents struggle with emotional aftermath of flooding, what to do next

Once the sandbags are gone and the physical damage is dealt with, flood victims have to come to grips with the emotional aftermath. Here's how the floods in New Brunswick over the past two springs are continuing to affect the lives of local residents.

More time to 'pause and think': Under pressure, Hong Kong government takes a step back on 'made in China' law

The Hong Kong government's proposed extradition law, currently on hold, has set off more panic than usual because it raises the spectre of China reaching into Hong Kong using any accusation at all, and scooping up anyone it considers a threat.

CSIS destroyed secret file on Pierre Trudeau, stunning historians

Canada's spy service destroyed a Cold War dossier on Pierre Trudeau in 1989 instead of turning it over to the national archives, The Canadian Press has learned.
Analysis

Here's what everyone seems to be missing in the PBO's climate policy math

The simple math of climate policy rarely makes for straightforward politics. Consider this week's analysis by the parliamentary budget officer, and the respective responses of the Liberals and Conservatives.

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