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Heat stress that killed thousands of salmon in Alaska is a sign of things to come, scientist warns
Scientists suspect heat stress killed thousands of salmon in Alaska's Koyukuk River last month.
'Offensive': Brian Pallister under fire for saying Wab Kinew was 'handed more benefits than any premier'
Comments by Manitoba Progressive Conservative Leader Brian Pallister about his NDP opponent’s childhood are being called offensive by one former Indigenous chief; a Toronto political scientist says they will backfire and only draw attention to the “privileged life” the Tory leader now has.
'Dreams can come true': Olympian leads female hockey camp in Cape Breton
One of Canada's top female hockey players is encouraging girls at a hockey camp in Cape Breton to follow their dreams.
Anishinabek First Nations, Crown closer to self-government agreement
The Anishinabek Nation says it is working with the Canadian government on an agreement that “lays the foundation” for Ontario First Nations to move toward self-government.