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UCP members loved Campaign Kenney, not Premier Kenney.
AFN national chief calls for Queen to apologize for past wrongs
The national chief of the Assembly of First Nations said late Wednesday the Queen must apologize for the Crown's "failure to fulfil its treaty agreements" with Indigenous peoples, and suggested there should be some "restitution" for harms perpetrated by the Canadian government in her name.
Constitutional monarchy serves us well — but its figureheads have a serious image problem
The trappings of royalty complicate any defence of the institution
Price fixing has sent Realtor commissions soaring in an already hot market, lawsuit alleges
A class-action lawsuit has been launched against the Canadian Real Estate Association, the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board and the largest real estate brokerages in Canada, which alleges that price-fixing has driven up the cost of real estate commissions.
Canada's top court to decide whether to hear appeal to keep Doug Ford's mandate letters secret
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Particularly in the north, the opioid crisis is top of mind this Ontario election
Monkeypox cases under investigation in Canada as outbreak spreads in Europe, U.S.
19-year-old reservist dies after collapsing during training march
China has lifted a 3-year ban on Canadian canola, Ottawa says
Maple Leafs' Marner 'safe and doing well,' thankful for support after carjacking
Incident commanders feared roadblocks would lead to more deaths in N.S. mass shooting
White supremacy is a 'harsh reality' in Canada, says public safety minister
Regina man channels love of Lego into scale versions of real model homes
Quebec wants Roxham Road closed. This woman who made it across is building a new life
Crown trying to put Freedom Convoy leader Tamara Lich back in jail
Father of abandoned 'Baby Angelica' found guilty of murdering wife in Jamaica
Conservative Party investigating racist email sent to Brown campaign
The last Battle of Alberta was in 1991. Here's how Calgary is different — and how it remains the same
Nieces continue investigating 60 years after Saskatoon nurse's death
Hundreds in B.C. are still in urgent need of flood relief, community volunteers say
Sask. might not have counted all COVID-19 deaths, excess mortality numbers suggest
Canada's inflation rate inches up again, to new 31-year high of 6.8%
How a quick-thinking doctor with a drill saved a man's life
U.S. man rescued at sea charged with mother's murder
Canadians love their cars so much that high fuel prices won't make most of us change our ways
Investigators search for culprit behind norovirus outbreak in B.C. oysters
This First Nation was on water advisories for 24 years. Now, its treatment plant has won an award
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