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Bail decision reserved for blockade protester

Bail decision reserved for blockade protester

A judge reserved his decision Tuesday on bail for one of four people charged with conspiracy to commit murder after arrests at last month's border blockade at Coutts, Alta.
Alberta First Nation discovers 169 potential graves at former residential school site

Alberta First Nation discovers 169 potential graves at former residential school site

Kapawe’no First Nation Chief Sydney Halcrow says a specialized drone was also used to find evidence of graves at the former Grouard Mission site
As trio of officers advanced, N.S. killer escaped

As trio of officers advanced, N.S. killer escaped

When the first RCMP officers arrived, the gunman continue to kill before slipping away
Canada says Russia shouldn't be at Paralympics

Canada says Russia shouldn't be at Paralympics

With the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games around the corner, the CPC wishes to exclude Russian and Belarusian athletes
Charlotte Cardin leads with six Juno nominations

Charlotte Cardin leads with six Juno nominations

"Shang-Chi" and "Kim's Convenience" star Simu Liu will be hosting the event
Canada wants ICC investigation of Russia, says Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly

Canada wants ICC investigation of Russia, says Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly

Canada is a state party and founding member of the ICC and the Rome Statute
Too early to start resettling Ukrainian refugees, says United Nations agency

Too early to start resettling Ukrainian refugees, says United Nations agency

500,000 Ukrainians have already fled to neighbouring countries seeking safety
StatCan: Canadian economy grew 4.6% in 2021

StatCan: Canadian economy grew 4.6% in 2021

The largest contributor to economic growth last year was household spending and residential construction
B.C. woman who grabbed boy on bus denied release from psychiatric hospital

B.C. woman who grabbed boy on bus denied release from psychiatric hospital

The court found Gabriel Hunter Gibson "continues to pose a significant threat to the safety of the public."
Climate change is damaging Canada faster than it can adapt, warn UN scientists

Climate change is damaging Canada faster than it can adapt, warn UN scientists

Canada, like most jurisdictions around the world, is not adapting fast enough to avoid the worst effects of climate change, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warned in its latest report Monday.