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'We've pretty much lost everything': Homes destroyed as Ottawa-Gatineau tornadoes cause mass outages
About 100,000 Hydro Ottawa customers alone remain without power and residents in Dunrobin, Ont., and Gatineau, Que., are surveying the damage to homes, trees and hydro lines after twisters ripped through the area on Friday.
End-of-life clause in assisted dying law causing undue suffering, says Quebec woman
Quebec pioneered medical aid in dying in 2015, but now its law is outdated, says Heather Ross, whose husband was at first denied an assisted death. A year after Bob Blackwood's death at 63, his widow shares their story.
$154M plan with federal government step toward self-government for Métis: Manitoba Metis Federation
A plan that includes $154 million in federal government funding for the Manitoba Metis Federation is just the beginning of a transformational process advancing reconciliation between Canada and the Métis people, MMF president David Chartrand says.
Ottawa-Gatineau tornado damage in video and photos
Hydro poles snapped into pieces, trees crushed homes and debris from flattened homes was strewn throughout neighbourhoods after a tornado and high winds struck the Ottawa-Gatineau region Friday. Video and photos by CBC journalists and residents capture the aftermath of the storms.
Canada seeks protections from a President Trump who treats tariffs like a 'toy': sources
Man dead, 2 Halton officers injured in shooting in Burlington, SIU investigating
'Looks as if there was never a house there': Ottawa-Gatineau tornado causes mass power outages, 6 in hospital
Airliner has 'near miss' with drone on approach to Vancouver
Cape Breton woman's neck broken in crash caused by fight over breakfast sandwich
'I want to lose my fear': Toronto Danforth shooting victim still haunted by what he saw
Final Quebec election debate proves testiest, as party leaders look for opponents' weaknesses
Ottawa gives pipeline regulator 22 weeks to review Trans Mountain expansion project
Deemed 'unfounded' 20 years ago, rape case nets conviction
Scheer, Sask. gov't unconvinced by report that says carbon tax could be beneficial
Indigenous rights 'non-issue' in provincial election campaign
How much has this caribou herd dropped since 2001? 99 per cent
Wynne's Liberals left $15B deficit, $8B more than reported in last budget, Fedeli says
'Offensive' online test about Indigenous Canadians symptom of larger problem in Alberta schools, say advocates
'I like the whole thing' - How Jeff Goldblum helped a Thunder Bay hot sauce company's sales heat up
Toronto Danforth shooter stood over woman and shot her 4 times, unsealed warrants show
Northlands to improve safety, amend statement of defence that blamed alleged victim
Rich investors granted Canadian residency despite suspicions of fake documents and dubious assets
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