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'The beginning of the end': NL residential school survivors assess apology, look to the future
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After decades of anger, frustration, and lingering trauma, residential school survivors in Newfoundland and Labrador received a long-awaited apology from the government of Canada on Friday. Tearful Justin Trudeau apologizes to N.L. residential school ...
How will LGBTQ Canadians take Trudeau's apology? Eight views on Canada's injusticesThe Globe and Mail

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Free speech protest at Wilfrid Laurier University caps turbulent week
The Globe and Mail
It was a protest that started with Pink Floyd's Another Brick in the Wall on the loudspeakers and ended with fangirls and boys asking for selfies with their hero, Lindsay Shepherd, the Wilfrid Laurier University student who has become a globally ...
'Free speech advocates' rally to support Lindsay ShepherdCBC.ca
A brave teaching assistant gets humiliated and we all grow a little more leery of speaking too freelyToronto Star
Pro-free speech rally held in support of Laurier TACTV News
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Chester the false killer whale has died, Vancouver Aquarium says
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Chester the false killer whale has died, according to the Vancouver Aquarium. "We are deeply saddened to announce his passing this morning," aquarium president and CEO John Nightingale said in a statement. Nightingale did not say why Chester died but ...
'Chester' is 4th cetacean dead at Vancouver Aquarium this yearCTV News
Chester the false killer whale dies at the Vancouver AquariumGlobalnews.ca
False killer whale named Chester is Vancouver Aquarium's sixth marine mammal to die in three yearsStraight.com
Agassiz-Harrison Observer -Vancouver Sun -Vancouver Courier -TheChronicleHerald.ca
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Moose dashes through residential areas in Markham
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A moose galloped onto a runway at Buttonville Airport in Markham this morning before wandering through a residential area and leading police on a chase across Markham, before sauntering into a wooded area and taking a much deserved nap. The CTV ...
Moose on the loose in Markham near Buttonville Airport is 'sheer power,' wildlife expert warnsCBC.ca
Markham's moose on the loose may be napping after a long dayToronto Star
Moose running loose in Markham: OPPGlobalnews.ca
Toronto Sun -CityNews -The Weather Network -CP24 Toronto's Breaking News
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Calgary Herald
Displaced residents demand answers as work begins to 're-stabilize' Kensington building
Calgary Herald
Kensington Manor resident Rebecca Gould was given little notice on Thursday that she had to evacuate her apartment when the building's structural integrity came into question. Colleen De Neve / Special to Postmedia. Share Adjust Comment Print.
Hastily evacuated Kensington apartment block needs fixes affecting every floor, city saysCBC.ca
Could be months before Kensington Manor evacuees can move back homeGlobalnews.ca
Kensington Manor shoring will take two weeks, timeline unclear for after660 News
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CBC.ca
MPs to demand government put interests of citizens 1st after auditor's report
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Two senior members of the Commons' powerful public accounts committee say they will start enforcing the auditor general's demand that government departments and agencies put taxpayers' interests first when delivering services. Michael Ferguson ...

TheChronicleHerald.ca
Oxford Dictionaries sends video message to Victoria boy who invented 'levidrome'
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VICTORIA — An editor at Oxford Dictionaries in the United Kingdom has sent an encouraging response to a six-year-old Victoria boy who created a buzz by inventing a word. Levi Budd came up with levidrome to define a word that forms a different word ...
Look it up: Victoria BC, boy's word being considered by Oxford DictionariesCBC.ca
Oxford Dictionary responds by video to Victoria boy's bid for levidromePonoka News

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Regina Leader-Post
Meet the donors: Who is shelling out the big bucks in the Sask. Party leadership race?
Regina Leader-Post
A small group of individuals and associated companies are responsible for one-quarter of the money spent so far in the race to decide Saskatchewan's next premier. D.C. Fraser, Regina Leader-Post More from D.C. Fraser, Regina Leader-Post. Published on: ...
Pot dispensary owners agree with Sask. Party on sales, warn against alarmist approachCBC.ca
Friday marks deadline to enter Sask. Party leadership raceCTV News
SGEU calls for publicly-owned marijuana retailerGlobalnews.ca
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680 News
Mississauga doctor charged in voyeurism investigation
680 News
Two women allege a camera was placed in the employee washroom of the Lakeshore Cawthra Medical Centre. Investigators say Fady Ghaly, a 45-year-old doctor from Milton, was arrested on Thursday and charged with two counts of voyeurism. He is to ...
Mississauga doctor charged with voyeurism after camera found in employee washroomGlobalnews.ca
Mississauga doctor charged with 2 counts of voyeurismCTV News
'Just gross': Mississauga family doctor charged after hidden camera found in washroommississauga.com
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