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RCMP officer speaks of 'regrets' that have haunted him since mass shooting (Wed, 25 May 2022)
Staff Sgt. Bruce Briers An RCMP staff sergeant says for two years he’s struggled wondering what might have happened had he caught two mentions of the suspect’s car being equipped with a push bar during the hunt for the shooter who killed 22 people.
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Some Quebecers won't have their power back until this weekend following storm, Hydro-Québec says (Tue, 24 May 2022)
storm val-david
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Indigenous calls for exemptions to Quebec's Bill 96 get louder (Wed, 25 May 2022)
Cree students in northern Quebec Bill 96 will put a cap on the number of students who can attend English-language CEGEPS, as public colleges are called in Quebec, and put in place French-language requirements needed to graduate, among other measures.
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Calgary police union 'reluctantly' directs officers to remove thin blue line patch from uniforms (Wed, 25 May 2022)
Thin Blue Line patch The Calgary Police Association has “reluctantly” directed its members to remove the thin blue line patches from their street uniforms while declaring victory in other areas of negotiation with the police commission.
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Conservatives call on Canada Soccer to cancel match with Iranian team (Wed, 25 May 2022)
South Korea Iran Soccer WCup The Conservatives are joining a growing number of calls for Canada Soccer to cancel a controversial exhibition game against Iran set for next month in Vancouver.
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Health transfer money to be in spotlight as Moe hosts Western premiers in Regina Friday (Wed, 25 May 2022)
Premiers Meeting 20191202 Canada's Western premiers are meeting in Regina on Friday and federal health transfers are expected to be the top item on the agenda.
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Trudeau issues rebuke of protest that forced him to cancel appearance at B.C. fundraiser (Wed, 25 May 2022)
Trudeau B.C. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau cancelled plans to attend a Liberal party fundraising dinner in Surrey on Tuesday evening as a result of safety concerns over a large gathering of protesters outside the event. 
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Rising food prices forcing Canadians to pivot shopping habits and even grow their own food (Wed, 25 May 2022)
Food Affordability, Saskatchewan Many Canadians are struggling to keep up with soaring food prices. Some are falling behind, while others are looking at ways to adapt.
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Legault fires back at Ottawa after comments on Bill 96 and Bill 21 (Wed, 25 May 2022)
François Legault Canada's justice minister weighed in on Quebec's new language law while also offering details about how the federal government would eventually get involved in the legal challenge against the province's controversial, religious symbols law.
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Toronto investigating 2 suspected cases, 2 probable cases of monkeypox (Wed, 25 May 2022)
monkeypox lesions Toronto Public Health says there are two new suspected cases of monkeypox in the city, as well as one probable case of the virus that's under investigation.
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Trudeau announces $32M in federal funding for Sask. long-term care during Saskatoon visit (Wed, 25 May 2022)
Trudeau Saskatoon Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Saskatoon Wednesday with an agenda that included meeting with long-term care residents, agriculture students, vaccine researchers, and a visit to a daycare.
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Tree planting at former residential school a 'big step' to 'reclaiming my power,' survivor says (Wed, 25 May 2022)
Survivors apple tree Residential school survivors, students and government officials including Minister of Crown–Indigenous Relations Canada Marc Miller participated in a tree planting ceremony at the former Mohawk Institute Residential School in Brantford, Ont., on Tuesday.
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Winnipeg woman shocked to find her name, image used to promise adult content on Instagram (Wed, 25 May 2022)
Holly St. Pierre A few weeks ago, Winnipegger Holly St. Pierre's friends were asking if she had a new Instagram account — one that was asking her followers to pay for adult content and subscribe to watch live adult videos. 
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Family hopes to come to Sask. after fleeing Afghanistan, then Ukraine (Wed, 25 May 2022)
Hussain family A Saskatchewan woman is trying to bring her family to Canada after they were forced to flee two war zones — first from Afghanistan and then Ukraine.
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Cliff Derksen, longtime advocate for families of crime victims, has died (Wed, 25 May 2022)
Cliff Derksen Cliff Derksen, a longtime advocate for families of victims of crime, died on Sunday.
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