Emancipation Day celebrations predate Canada’s official proclamation by decades 0 (0)

Emancipation Day is being recognized by the federal government this year for the first time, but at least one Canadian

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Emancipation Day exposes Canada’s educational blind spot 0 (0)

This column is an opinion from Sarah Raughley, an academic, public writer and novelist. She is an assistant professor of writing

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Here’s what Canada’s business leaders think about heading back to the office 0 (0)

It’s been more than 500 days since millions of Canadian employees were forced to suddenly work from home because of

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Canada’s efforts to resettle Afghan military interpreters ‘insulting’ to veterans: O’Toole 0 (0)

Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole is accusing the Liberal government of making a sloppy and half-hearted attempt to resettle Afghan interpreters

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Canada’s big wireless companies spend nearly $9B on new 5G spectrum 0 (0)

The federal government raised $8.9 billion in a licence auction for a key band of 5G wireless spectrum in results

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Canada’s economy shrank for 2nd month in a row in May 0 (0)

Canada’s gross domestic product shrank by 0.3 per cent in May, the second consecutive monthly contraction as most industries slowed

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Border workers vote to strike, putting Canada’s reopening plans at risk 0 (0)

Canada’s reopening plans could be hindered as thousands of border officers gird themselves for possible strike action. The two unions representing more than

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Canada’s building codes don’t focus on tornadoes — even though we see 2nd most in the world 0 (0)

Fran Ferguson said she often doesn’t take severe weather warnings very seriously, but something — maybe a feeling or the

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Canada’s BC declares state of emergency as wildfires surge | Climate News 0 (0)

Nearly 300 wildfires are actively burning across western province of British Columbia, which saw record heat last month. The Canadian

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Canada’s museums wrestle with history of residential schools 0 (0)

Last month, the Canadian Museum of History announced that it would cancel its Canada Day celebrations after unmarked graves were found at

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Olympics-Tennis-It’s dream come true for Canada’s Auger-Aliassime 0 (0)

TOKYO (Reuters) – It will be a dream come true for Felix Auger-Aliassime when he marches with his Canada teammates

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Statistics Canada exploring changes to census to more accurately reflect Canada’s diversity 0 (0)

Statistics Canada says it will consider a change to its data-collecting practices to better account for Canadians who identify as members

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Blue Jays’ return to Toronto ‘trending in very good direction,’ says Canada’s deputy public health officer 0 (0)

Canada’s deputy chief public health officer says the Toronto Blue Jays’ return to Canadian soil is “trending in a very

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For the first time in decades, major changes are coming to Canada’s workplace equity laws 0 (0)

Federal legislation that aims to ensure equal opportunities for employees from under-represented groups is heading for its most significant overhaul

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Digital divide holds back Indigenous communities and Canada’s economy, new report finds 0 (0)

It’s hard enough to start a business, but young Indigenous entrepreneurs face an even more uphill battle because of a

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How Canada’s athletes are training for what could be the hottest-ever Olympics 0 (0)

Of all the extraordinary circumstances faced by those competing at this year’s Olympics, the one that could have the most

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Canada’s Alphonso Davies to miss 2021 Gold Cup with ankle injury 0 (0)

Getty Images Alphonso Davies will miss the 2021 Gold Cup after a left ankle injury during Canada’s preparations for the

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Canada’s pandemic warning system was understaffed and unready when COVID hit, review finds 0 (0)

An important position at the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) was vacant and the country’s pandemic early warning system

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Canada’s rental ‘carpocalypse’; The real price of restaurant wine: CBC’s Marketplace cheat sheet 0 (0)

Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get

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B.C. wildfires damaged key rail lines, backlogging Canada’s freight supply chain 0 (0)

Wildfires burning across British Columbia damaged rail lines and brought train shipments to a grinding halt, causing a backlog of

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Mystery around 2 fired scientists points to larger issues at Canada’s high-security lab, former colleagues say 0 (0)

Two leading scientists are standing by a pair of researchers fired from Canada’s only Level-4 virology lab, instead pointing the

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Mary Simon becomes Canada’s first Indigenous governor general 0 (0)

In the wake of a scandal over Canada’s history of mistreatment of Indigenous people, on Tuesday an Inuk leader who

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Evacuations ordered as wildfires rip through Canada’s west coast | News 0 (0)

Residents in several parts of British Columbia have been ordered to evacuate as wildfires are raging across the Canadian province

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