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Native Women’s group releasing own plan on MMIWG, citing ‘toxic’ federal process – National

By Teresa Wright The Canadian Press Posted June 1, 2021 6:34 am Smaller font Descrease article font size -A Larger font Increase article font size A+ In the absence of a plan from Ottawa, the Native Women’s Association of Canada is releasing Tuesday its own action plan for...

Ontario step closer to reopening plan as COVID-19 stay-at-home order set to end

Nearly two months after the Ontario government enacted a provincewide stay-at-home order in response to the third wave of COVID-19, it is set to be rescinded on June 2 as health-care indicators continue to show improvement. However, despite the...

Vietnam seeks to contribute to COVAX through domestic COVID-19 vaccine production – National

Vietnam is seeking to buy COVID-19 vaccine production technology and wants to build a plant to supply the COVAX programme, its health ministry said on Tuesday, as the country tries to step up vaccinations to stem a new...

Nearly 4 months since Myanmar coup, military still struggling to quell protests – National

Myanmar pro-democracy supporters took to the streets on Tuesday in several districts, as fighting between the army and anti-junta militias raged in border areas, four months after the military ousted an elected government in a coup. Despite a ferocious crackdown...

Deaths of children found buried by B.C. residential school mourned at Maskwacis vigil – Edmonton

Dozens of First Nations members south of Edmonton came together Monday night to pay their respects to the 215 children whose remains were discovered at a residential school site in the Kamloops, B.C. area last week. Randy Ermineskin, the...

Calgarians hold another vigil to mourn 215 children found dead at former residential school in B.C. – Calgary

Children’s shoes, teddy bears and candles covered the steps of Calgary City Hall on Monday night as about 200 people gathered to remember the young lives lost to Canada’s residential school system. Read more: Calgarians pay tribute to 215...

Alberta resumes testing all positive COVID-19 cases for variants as concern grows over B.1.617

Alberta will be getting a clearer picture of COVID-19 variant case numbers and spread as the province is once again going to be testing all positive cases for variants of concern. The province had to press pause on screening...

Air Canada paid $10M in COVID-19 bonuses to top execs while negotiating gov’t rescue plan – National

Air Canada paid its top executives and managers a combined $10 million in bonuses tied to the COVID-19 pandemic late last year, despite the airline losing billions of dollars and cutting thousands of jobs in 2020. The bonuses, which...

B.C.’s police watchdog investigates Prince George shooting – BC

B.C.’s police watchdog has been called in to investigate the shooting of a suspect in Prince George. RCMP said an officer was conducting an investigation near 15th Avenue and Victoria Street around 7 a.m. Monday when a physical altercation...

COVID-19: B.C. high school grads urge province to allow larger celebrations for those vaccinated

Facing a far-from-normal graduation, some in British Columbia’s class of 2021 have a new idea: If they get vaccinated, they can have a bigger celebration. All British Columbians 12 years of age and older are not yet eligible to...
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