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Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and around the world Monday

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The latest: Quebec is once again easing COVID-19-related restrictions in some parts of the province, including Montreal and Quebec City....

For Canadians with disabilities, supports are often too little, too late

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This column is an opinion from Amelia M. Kiddle, an associate professor of history at the University of Calgary. For more information about CBC's Opinion...

Government-ordered review of hospital noose ignored evidence of racism, Alberta doctors...

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An association representing Nigerian-Canadian doctors is calling for Alberta Health Minister Tyler Shandro to reject a report that concluded a noose taped to...

Meat prices climb as Canadians fire up the summer BBQ season

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The summer barbecue season is quickly approaching and with easing COVID restrictions across most of the country there could be strong demand for...

Nigerian-Canadian doctors association calls on Shandro to reject noose-incident report

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An association representing Nigerian-Canadian doctors is calling for Alberta Health Minister Tyler Shandro to reject a report that concluded a noose taped to...

10 years later, emergency responders recall tension ahead of Stanley Cup...

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Before the smashed storefronts and overturned cars, paramedic Brian Twaites says there was an intangible feeling in the air. "There was some tension...

RCMP reviews hiring of 2 staffers helping prepare for mass shooting...

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The RCMP is reviewing whether its policies were followed in the case of two spouses of top Mounties in Nova Scotia who are...

How this Ontario region’s tracking of ethnicity, occupation data helped it...

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The knock on Sanjay Chada's door was unexpected.  It was a woman from Indus Community Services, a non-profit that serves the large...

Pride Toronto took $250K federal grant to mark controversial milestone, bolster...

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Pride Toronto took in $250,000 of federal grant money to commemorate a contentious milestone in Canada's LGBTQ history with hopes of improving relations...

Why not tracking ethnicity, occupation data can undermine the COVID-19 fight

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The knock on Sanjay Chada's door was unexpected.  It was a woman from Indus Community Services, a non-profit that serves the large...
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