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Repatriation: Bringing ancestral artifacts and remains home

To repatriate something is to return it to its place of origin, to give it back to the nation and the people from which it came. This week on Unreserved, we explore how communities go about bringing items back to their home.
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We need to listen openly to everyone, even if we abhor their views, says Irshad Manji

Author Irshad Manji argues adversarial behaviour towards people you disagree with holds back social progress. “When you are willing to hear, you in turn are more likely to be heard. And that is the simple, iron-clad law of human psychology.”
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How a bipolar manic episode almost led this man to abandon his life to take up a 'divine mission'

Mathieu Arsenault was working as a TV editor in Montreal and expecting a second child with his girlfriend, Alix. Then one day, Arsenault abandoned it all after a voice in his head told him to head to San Francisco to start a spiritual revolution.
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Award-winning poet Raymond Antrobus on hearing, seeing and grieving through verse

The British-Jamaican poet spoke to Eleanor Wachtel about his prize-winning new collection, The Perseverance, which explores his complicated relationship with his late father and his experience growing up deaf.
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PhD student draws from Ojibway roots to decolonize fashion

Riley Kucheran’s work, shadowing Cree-Métis luxury designer Angela DeMontigny and studying the differences between the Western fashion industry and the Indigenous industry, earned him a 2019 Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Scholarship.
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How one museum is repatriating Indigenous belongings

When Lou-ann Ika'wega Neel moved from Alert Bay to Victoria at the age of seven, she started visiting the Royal B.C. Museum because it made her feel at home. The museum even houses some of her family's belongings. Today, Neel works at the museum as a repatriation specialist.
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Real Rent Duwamish allows residents of Seattle to pay rent to Duwamish Tribe

The Duwamish Tribe isn't recognized by the United States government as the original inhabitants of Seattle. So the Coalition of Anti-Racist Whites started Real Rent Duwamish, a campaign for Seattleites to — at least financially — give back to the tribe.
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Best of Atlantic Voice - Changing Trains

Today on The Best of Atlantic Voice, an award winning documentary called Changing Trains from Sarah Keveney-Vos. Changing Trains tells the story of a mother from Charlottetown, forced to face her deepest fear about having a child with Down's Syndrome.
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Reconnecting with those left behind

Author Irshad Manji argues adversarial behaviour towards people you disagree with holds back social progress. “When you are willing to hear, you in turn are more likely to be heard. And that is the simple, iron-clad law of human psychology.” How do you ask for forgiveness after you abandon everything? Mathieu Arsenault, a filmmaker who suffers from bipolar disorder, is trying to answer that question after a manic episode sent him from his family in Quebec to quixotic quest in California.
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Drake's 'epic troll' and #SaintNick: Raptors fans pay homage to historic playoff run

Raptors fans in Toronto continue to relish the team's first NBA title.

Brampton petitions province for more funding to deal with health care 'mayhem'

Brampton officials are asking citizens to sign a petition aimed at pressuring the Ford government to provide additional funding for the city's "underfunded and overburdened" health-care system. 

Road to the Olympic Games: Diamond League track and field from Oslo

Watch Road to the Olympic Games, our weekly program spotlighting the best high-performance athletes from Canada and around the world. On this week's edition of the program, watch coverage from the Diamond League track and field event in Oslo.

Canadian marathon record holder Cam Levins 5th in Toronto 10K

Cam Levins of Black Creek, B.C., finished fifth in the men's race of the Toronto 10K on Saturday, the first time he has competed in the big city since breaking Jerome Drayton's national marathon mark at the Toronto Waterfront event last Oct. 21.
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Blues fans shrug off rain to honour Stanley Cup champions

Hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets of downtown St. Louis and braved the rain Saturday to cheer on the Stanley Cup champs, who concluded the festivities with a packed rally beneath the Gateway Arch that began just as the sun popped out.

Granddaughter of century-old Calgary garden's namesake honoured by historic designation

Betty Rose Harrington, the granddaughter of William Roland Reader, has fond childhood memories of playing in the park named after her grandfather. Now, she says she's honoured to see Reader Rock Garden officially designated a national historic site.
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Liam Kay scores 150th career try in Wolfpack's 70-8 drubbing of Rams

Liam Kay scored two tries, including the 150th of his career, as the hometown Toronto Wolfpack routed the Dewsbury Rams 70-8 in rugby league action Saturday.
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Nathan Ingham: 'It feels really good to get a win'

Nathan Ingham spoke with CBC Sports' Signa Butler after York9 beat Pacific FC 1-0 for their first win of the CPL season.

Crew members of tanker apparently targeted in Gulf of Oman now in Dubai

Crew members from a Norwegian-owned oil tanker apparently attacked in the Gulf of Oman have landed in Dubai after two days in Iran, as the other tanker targeted in the assault limped into anchorage off the eastern coast of the United Arab Emirates.
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York9 FC earns 1st win over Pacific FC

York9 FC earned their first Canadian Premier League win on Saturday, taking down Pacific FC 1-0 on a blustery day at York Lions Stadium. Meanwhile, Cavalry FC blanked FC Edmonton 3-0 to remain undefeated.
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Cavalry FC blank rival Edmonton FC to extend winning streak

Cavalry FC posted an emphatic 3-0 victory over Edmonton FC to extend their winning streak to six games.
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CPL: Pacific FC at York9 FC

Watch Pacific FC take on York9 FC from Toronto on CBC

Quebec City travellers can now take the bus to get to airport

Passengers getting off at Quebec City's Jean-Lesage airport can now hop on a city bus to get downtown - bringing the cost down from $34.50 for a taxi ride to $3.50.
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A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.
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The CBC Montreal News team brings you up-to-date with today's top stories.