Canadian Labour Congress elects new president to lead nation’s biggest labour group 0 (0)

Members of the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) have elected a new president and leadership team, who will take the reins

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Canadian mortgage debt grew by $18 billion in April, biggest monthly gain ever, StatsCan says 0 (0)

Canadians took out almost $18 billion worth of new mortgage debt in April, the fastest monthly increase on record and

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No apologies: Hassan Yussuff faces down his critics as he retires as leader of Canadian Labour Congress 0 (0)

Heading for the exits, Hassan Yussuff — leader of the country’s largest labour organization — has a terse message for those unhappy with

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Canadian doctors say post-vaccine blood clot treatments show promise but no ‘slam dunk’ cure 0 (0)

Since health officials in Canada announced the first known case of rare post-vaccination blood clots in April, scientists have been

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The exhibition looks at Winnipeg, and other Canadian cities masquerading as international locations in the cinema 0 (0)

The streets of Winnipeg’s Interchange District are on display as part of an exhibition that explores why Canadian cities stand

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Moscow bans top Canadian officials, accuses them of ‘anti-Russian’ activities 0 (0)

The Russian foreign ministry has banned a number of Canadian officials — including Justice Minister David Lametti — from travelling

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Canadian trainers being questioned by military police about possible Iraqi war crimes 0 (0)

Canadian soldiers who saw videos depicting possible war crimes by Iraqi security forces are now being interviewed by military police investigators, CBC News

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Pope meets 2 Canadian cardinals as calls grow for Catholic Church apology for residential schools 0 (0)

WARNING: This story contains distressing details. Pope Francis met with both Vatican-based Canadian cardinals on Saturday as Canada reels from

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The residential school system is more than just ‘a dark period in Canadian history’ 0 (0)

This First Person piece is by Robert Doucette, the former president of the Métis Nation — Saskatchewan. For more information about

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Twitter offering new subscription service to Canadian, Australian users 0 (0)

Twitter is rolling out a subscription service, starting in Canada and Australia, that offers perks like an undo button for

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Discovery of children’s remains reopens wounds among indigenous survivors of colonial Canadian schools 0 (0)

article author:  Reuters Author:  Thu, 2021-06-03 02:54 TORONTO, Canada: The discovery of the remains of 215 children at a former

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Canadian awards show honouring Black talent to air on CBC 0 (0)

The first-ever Canadian awards show dedicated to Black talent will air on CBC in 2022. The live, 90-minute production by

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NHL working on Canadian quarantine exemption for Stanley Cup playoffs: reports 0 (0)

Work is reportedly underway for a travel exemption that would let the winner of the NHL’s all-Canadian division and a

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‘It’s going to be electric’: NHL fans set for return to Canadian stands in Montreal 0 (0)

Cole Caufield has played in front of exactly zero fans in his young NHL career. A packed-to-the-rafters Bell Centre would

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TikTok unleashes a new voice – after the Canadian actor sued the old one 0 (0)

TikTok social media app users Notice a new female voice narrating their videos On Monday, about three weeks after a

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Canadian company Algoma Steel to go public again in takeover worth more than $1B US 0 (0)

Algoma Steel is to become a public company again as the century-old Canadian steelmaker has agreed to be taken over by

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This company is helping the Canadian film industry beat records – despite the pandemic 0 (0)

Corey Myne is no stranger to the entertainment industry. The director, who was born in Windsor, Unt, has roles working

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U.S. Commerce Department doubles tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber 0 (0)

The president of the B.C. Lumber Trade Council says a move by the United States to double tariffs on Canadian

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Former Canadian ambassador to Israel worked for Black Cube, an Israeli intelligence firm 0 (0)

Vivian Bercovici, Canada’s former ambassador to Israel, worked for the Israeli intelligence firm Black Cube after her diplomatic tenure ended,

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Beans, Blood Quantum win big at 4th night of Canadian Screen Awards 0 (0)

A zombie horror movie set on a First Nations reserve took home the most trophies on the final night of

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Schitt’s Creek, Baroness Von Sketch, Kim’s Convenience lead 3rd night of the Canadian Screen Awards 0 (0)

It may have wrapped its sixth and final season last year, but CBC’s Schitt’s Creek continues to rake in the

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Canadian academic Hassan Diab ordered to stand trial in French terrorism case 0 (0)

France’s top court has rejected Hassan Diab’s appeal and ordered the Ottawa academic to stand trial for a bombing outside of

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The COVID vaccine produced by the Canadian company Medicago is showing promising results in the second phase of a clinical trial 0 (0)

Canada’s first domestic COVID-19 vaccine is showing promising antibody results in hundreds of participants in a phase two trial and

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