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Manitoba licence plates for missing, murdered Indigenous women available for purchase

Manitoba licence plates for missing, murdered Indigenous women available for purchase

WINNIPEG — Two options of a new specialty licence plate to raise money for the families of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people are now available to purchase in Manitoba.
Celebrity chef and Nova Scotia First Nation team up to create meal kits with venison

Celebrity chef and Nova Scotia First Nation team up to create meal kits with venison

MILLBROOK FIRST NATION, N.S. — A First Nation in Nova Scotia has collaborated with a celebrity chef to create meal kits for band members that feature meat from nuisance deer shot by crossbow hunters.
Defending champion Baird squeaks through Big Air qualifying in Edmonton

Defending champion Baird squeaks through Big Air qualifying in Edmonton

EDMONTON — Canadian rider Jasmine Baird will have the chance to defend her FIS Big Air Snowboard title at Commonwealth Stadium. But she had to sweat out a nervous qualifying process first.
EQB customers weathering shock of high interest rates, CEO says

EQB customers weathering shock of high interest rates, CEO says

TORONTO — The head of EQB Inc. says customers are largely weathering the shock of high interest rates.
Quebec unions representing 420,000 public sector workers start weeklong strike

Quebec unions representing 420,000 public sector workers start weeklong strike

MONTREAL — Quebec public sector unions say the government is running out of time to reach a deal for new collective agreements and avoid an unlimited general strike in the new year involving hundreds of thousands of workers.
1 in 9 Canadian adults have had long-term symptoms from COVID infection, StatCan says

1 in 9 Canadian adults have had long-term symptoms from COVID infection, StatCan says

About one in nine Canadian adults have had long-term symptoms from COVID-19 infection, according to a Statistics Canada report issued Friday. That amounts to 3.5 million Canadians, it said.
Biello: Exciting draw awaits Canada if it wins playoff to get into Copa America field

Biello: Exciting draw awaits Canada if it wins playoff to get into Copa America field

While the Canadian men still have to get past Trinidad and Tobago to join next summer's Copa America field, they now know what awaits the winner of that March playoff. World Cup champion Argentina, Chile and Peru.
Two Ontario men face neo-Nazi linked terror and hate propaganda charges

Two Ontario men face neo-Nazi linked terror and hate propaganda charges

TORONTO — RCMP say two Ontario men have been arrested for allegedly helping to make videos and manifestos in support of the neo-Nazi terror movement and far-right extremism.
Montreal Alouettes sign linebacker Darnell Sankey to two-year extension

Montreal Alouettes sign linebacker Darnell Sankey to two-year extension

MONTREAL — Darnell Sankey is staying put. The veteran linebacker has signed a two-year contract extension with the Grey Cup-champion Montreal Alouettes, the team announced Friday. Sankey was slated to become a free agent in February.
Fossil from Alberta badlands finds prey inside the stomach of young tyrannosaur

Fossil from Alberta badlands finds prey inside the stomach of young tyrannosaur

CALGARY — A dinosaur fossil found in the Alberta badlands has revealed new details about the diet of young meat-eating tyrannosaurs.