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Talks with Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs set for 2nd day in northern B.C.

The hereditary chiefs of the Wet'suwet'en are set to meet for a second day with senior federal and provincial ministers in northwestern B.C. on Friday as they try to break an impasse in a pipeline dispute that has sparked countrywide demonstrations for weeks.

Joe Biden leads in South Carolina, but Bernie Sanders still the favourite to win Super Tuesday

Bernie Sanders is the Democratic front-runner, but a win by former vice-president Joe Biden in Saturday’s South Carolina primary could give him a boost ahead of next week's decisive Super Tuesday contests.

Over 20 years ago, we had a plan to repair the Crown-Indigenous relationship. What happened?

Almost a quarter-century ago, Canada had a comprehensive plan to repair the Crown-Indigenous relationship. Is it time to revisit the final report of the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples?
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Even if geoengineering can help mitigate climate change, is it ethical?

In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we examine the ethical ramifications of geoengineering and collect reader feedback on zero-waste grocery shopping.

RCMP acknowledges using facial recognition technology, but won't say where

The RCMP has for the first time acknowledged using controversial facial recognition technology that has raised privacy concerns, saying it was used in the Mounties' efforts to crack down on online child sexual abuse. 

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