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Order of Catholic nuns agrees to enhance access to residential school records

Order of Catholic nuns agrees to enhance access to residential school records

VICTORIA — An order of Catholic nuns whose members worked at the Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia says it has reached an agreement to improve access to its private archival records, following mounting calls for transparency.

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada for Wednesday, June 23, 2021

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times eastern): 6:40 p.m.
Seventeen Canadians per day died from opioids in 2020: Public Health Agency of Canada

Seventeen Canadians per day died from opioids in 2020: Public Health Agency of Canada

OTTAWA — Canada's public health agency says the COVID-19 pandemic drove an increasingly deadly overdose crisis last year that continues to take lives and corrode communities.
Muslim charities concerned about targeted audits call for security watchdog probe

Muslim charities concerned about targeted audits call for security watchdog probe

OTTAWA — Muslim charities from across Canada, fearful they are being unfairly singled out for audits, want the national security watchdog to investigate the matter.
Canadiens' success leading to business boom for Montreal bars after COVID-19 closures

Canadiens' success leading to business boom for Montreal bars after COVID-19 closures

MONTREAL — Kevin Beaudry says there has never been a better time to be operating a restaurant in Montreal.
Alberta paleontologists find dramatic change in bite force as tyrannosaurs matured

Alberta paleontologists find dramatic change in bite force as tyrannosaurs matured

Tyrannosaurs are well known as having been ferocious predators at the top of the food chain millions of years ago, but a study led by an Alberta-based researcher shows the reptiles didn't start out life that way.
Desmond inquiry: Veterans Affairs manager says family violence training was needed

Desmond inquiry: Veterans Affairs manager says family violence training was needed

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Garneau to visit Israel, West Bank to advance two-state solution following 11-day war

Garneau to visit Israel, West Bank to advance two-state solution following 11-day war

OTTAWA — Canada's foreign affairs minister will soon travel to Israel and the West Bank to advance a two-state solution following a deadly 11-day war between Israelis and Palestinians.
Park use in Canada soared during COVID, creating challenges for cities, survey finds

Park use in Canada soared during COVID, creating challenges for cities, survey finds

MONTREAL — A new survey has found that Canadians have flocked to their local parks during the COVID-19 pandemic, creating both challenges and opportunities for cities.
Sajjan military assistant had inappropriate relationship while with Vancouver police

Sajjan military assistant had inappropriate relationship while with Vancouver police

OTTAWA — An army reservist who was ordered suspended from the Vancouver Police Department for having an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate has been working as a military assistant to Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan.