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Bennett apologizes after Wilson-Raybould calls out her 'Pension?' message as racist

Bennett apologizes after Wilson-Raybould calls out her 'Pension?' message as racist

OTTAWA — Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett has apologized after she was called out for a one-word text message to Independent MP Jody Wilson-Raybould, a former cabinet colleague.
Meng loses publication ban request on HSBC materials obtained via Hong Kong court

Meng loses publication ban request on HSBC materials obtained via Hong Kong court

VANCOUVER — The Supreme Court of British Columbia has dismissed an application for a publication ban from Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou on new evidence that her legal team wants to introduce in her fight against extradition to the Unite
Report says fatal Flight 752 crash not planned, but places blame squarely on Iran

Report says fatal Flight 752 crash not planned, but places blame squarely on Iran

OTTAWA — Iran did not plan last year's deadly downing of a passenger jet in advance, but a series of failures by the regime's civil and military authorities set the stage for the shoot-down of PS752 minutes after it took off, a forensic report has fo
Yukon judge reserves decision in election petition until at least next month

Yukon judge reserves decision in election petition until at least next month

WHITEHORSE — A judge in the Supreme Court of Yukon has reserved her decision over the validity of a ballot cast in the territory's last election by a jailed voter in the riding where the former health minister lost her seat in a tie vote.

'We always knew:' Reactions to 751 unmarked graves detected at residential school

Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan says ground-penetrating radar has found 751 unmarked graves at the former Marieval Indian Residential School site, about 150 kilometres east of Regina.
Environment Canada issues heat warnings, says record-high temperatures loom for B.C.

Environment Canada issues heat warnings, says record-high temperatures loom for B.C.

VANCOUVER — Jeremy Cain spent Thursday overseeing a team of outreach workers in Kamloops, B.C., in a race against an impending heat wave that he worries will put the city's already vulnerable community members at even greater risk.

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada for Thursday, June 24, 2021

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times eastern): 6:55 p.m. British Columbia is reporting three COVID-19 deaths, bringing the provincial total to 1,747. Provincial health officer Dr.
First Nation says 751 unmarked graves found at Saskatchewan residential school site

First Nation says 751 unmarked graves found at Saskatchewan residential school site

Eagleclaw Thom cried on the phone with family members as they shared stories of attending a former Saskatchewan residential school where a search has revealed what are believed to be 751 unmarked graves.
Groups challenge decision allowing judge involved in U of T controversy to keep job

Groups challenge decision allowing judge involved in U of T controversy to keep job

OTTAWA — Complainants are challenging a review body decision that allowed a federal judge to keep his job after he was accused of bias against Palestinians over his views on a proposed university appointment.
Facial recognition use by Liberals raises issues, says B.C.'s privacy commissioner

Facial recognition use by Liberals raises issues, says B.C.'s privacy commissioner

VICTORIA — The use of facial recognition technology by the Liberal Party of Canada as part of its process to pick candidates in the next federal election could result in a privacy investigation in British Columbia, says the province's information and