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How Kenneth Moore became the 1st Indigenous person in Canada to win Olympic gold (Wed, 19 Jun 2024)
A man poses for a portrait in an Olympic Canada sweater in black and white. Kenneth Moore was the first Indigenous person to represent Canada at the Winter Olympics, and the first Indigenous person in Canada to win an Olympic gold medal, in the 1932 Games at Lake Placid, N.Y. 
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The capital gains debate has turned dramatic and mysterious (Wed, 19 Jun 2024)
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre rises during question period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday, June 12, 2024. If the government was looking for a fight, it found one. And even if the rhetoric has strayed rather far from the substance, the stakes are real.
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Nomination races are a 'gateway' for foreign interference — is anyone doing anything about it? (Wed, 19 Jun 2024)
The Peace tower is seen above a welcome sign as politicians begin returning to work in Ottawa, Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2021. The Conservative and Bloc parties both held their first party caucus following the federal election. Two landmark reports have flagged federal nomination races as "particularly vulnerable" to foreign interference and a "gateway" for meddling by foreign states — but the parties have shown little interest to date in making changes.
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Racist incident in Ottawa sparks police investigation, community outrage (Wed, 19 Jun 2024)
Man throwing eggs at home A viral video showing two people throwing eggs at a suburban Ottawa home while making racist remarks is sparking outrage across the city and beyond, with neighbours pinning the blame on the household next door that they say is the source of ongoing disturbances.
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Anand defends hesitation to further invest in defence as NATO secretary general arrives in Canada (Wed, 19 Jun 2024)
President of the Treasury Board Anita Anand responds to a question during a news conference in Ottawa, Tuesday, June 18, 2024. The cabinet minister in charge of the federal treasury says it doesn't make sense to pour vast amounts of money into the Department of National Defence until it has the capacity to spend what it's being given.
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Halifax brewery facing lawsuit for allegedly botching 59,000 cans of beer (Wed, 19 Jun 2024)
Entrance of retail space at Good Robot's Robie Street location in Halifax. Think Brewing alleges Good Robot failed to properly brew 59,000 cans of beer that were vital to the New Brunswick company’s successful relaunch.
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Cousins found dead weeks apart in Dawson Creek, B.C., as many 'on edge' in community (Tue, 18 Jun 2024)
Photos of two women. The remains of Darylyn Supernant and Renee Didier were found in the Dawson Creek, B.C., area, weeks apart. Both women went missing in 2023.
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McGill says it will no longer negotiate with pro-Palestinian encampment protesters (Tue, 18 Jun 2024)
A masked man stands outside a close grouping of tents. McGill University says it is going ahead with much of the latest offer it had made to the pro-Palestinian protesters camping on its downtown campus. But now, academic amnesty is off the table.
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Sikh activists in B.C. mark anniversary of Hardeep Singh Nijjar's killing (Fri, 03 May 2024)
People wave yellow flags, walk in front of a cage that has a person inside wearing a Modi mask
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NDP's Carla Compton wins Tuxedo byelection, wrestling longtime stronghold away from PCs (Tue, 18 Jun 2024)
A woman in a red dress and a man in a suit smile and raise their arms in victory in a room full of people. The Manitoba NDP's Carla Compton has been elected in a Winnipeg riding that has previously only voted Progressive Conservative in its entire four-decade history.
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Prince George ready to convert part of downtown into reserve land (Thu, 13 Jun 2024)
Two adults and child walk into a building that has signage reading 'Uda dune Baiyoh.' Urban reserves are touted as a way for municipalities and First Nations to move forward together.
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For Calgary and Stampede, 'come hell or no water' is the only option (Fri, 07 Jun 2024)
cowboy boots reflected in a puddle, with a large YAHOO sign in the background.
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Former Sask. RCMP officer Bernie Herman sentenced to 11 years for shooting death of lover (Tue, 18 Jun 2024)
A man in a gray shirt and green pants, who is handcuffed, walks out of a building. A judge has sentenced a former Saskatchewan Mountie who shot and killed his lover in a park to 11 years in prison.
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Elton John, Amy Adams films among first titles announced for TIFF 2024 (Tue, 18 Jun 2024)
Two smiling men wearing tuxedos pose. A documentary about Elton John and an Amy Adams-led horror comedy about a stay-at-home mom whose life turns surreal will have their world premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival.
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Minister accuses Conservatives of trying to sabotage federal dental program (Tue, 18 Jun 2024)
Minister of Health Mark Holland listens to a speaker during a news conference in Ottawa, Tuesday, June 18, 2024. Health Minister Mark Holland is accusing the Conservatives of trying to "sabotage" the government's dental care program by calling up dental associations and "bullying" them — accusations the Tories are calling "unhinged."
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