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N.B. mom in 'disbelief' when son found alive after RCMP tell her he's dead
Donna Price struggles to explain the range of emotions she's gone through after being told her 29-year-old son was the man found dead in the public washroom outside Moncton city hall Tuesday, only to find out hours later RCMP made a mistake.
Winnipeg-based evangelical charity's public funding under scrutiny after allegedly discriminatory policies
Civil rights organizations say all levels of government must ensure public funding isn't used to discriminate against protected groups, after Youth For Christ Winnipeg, an evangelical charity, was accused of policies that exclude members of the LGBTQ community.
New legislation gives B.C. Indigenous communities control of their own child welfare system
B.C. becomes the first jurisdiction in Canada to recognize the inherent right of Indigenous communities to legally create and control their own child and family services.
Federal government to extend EI sickness benefits from 15 to 26 weeks
Drag storytime at Hamilton library sees full house, as community comes out to support
Cost-of-living cheques being sent to dead people, says opposition member of N.L.'s legislature
Federal government opening Northern B.C.'s 1st passport office
Canada's sliders hopeful of progress after calls for leadership change answered
Police fatally shoot 1 man, wound another in Markham, Ont., home invasion investigation
Leader of controversial Diagolon movement Jeremy MacKenzie free on bail after review hearing
Alistair Johnston's sudden rise mirrors Canadian men's team on World Cup stage
B.C. used car buyers furious over provincial tax changes that have them paying more
Judge orders Sask. man to pay $160,000 in damages to revenge porn victim
Sask. sisters claiming wrongful imprisonment reunite for first time in 18 years at courthouse
4 charged after suspected racially motivated assault in western P.E.I.
I knew about the Holodomor but I struggled to illustrate this dark chapter of Ukraine's history
Quebec government to appeal racial profiling ruling that banned random police stops
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Region of Waterloo airport closed to commercial flights today after Flair plane overruns runway