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Bill on cultural safety in health coming, Quebec says, following forced sterilizations study (Sun, 04 Dec 2022)
Coerced Sterilization Indigenous 20181111 Nearly a year after the Quebec government's self-imposed deadline passed to enshrine cultural sensitivity into its health-care law, the province's Indigenous Affairs Minister says it will happen by the end of this parliamentary session. 
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B.C. continues to grapple with rising cases of respiratory illness among children (Sun, 04 Dec 2022)
B.C. Children's Hospital ER British Columbia continues to see rising numbers of children with respiratory illnesses and long waits in hospitals. One family doctor says limited access to PCR tests is also making it difficult to diagnose her young patients.
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Fire displaces Syrian refugee family on eve of 1st anniversary in Ottawa (Sun, 04 Dec 2022)
Hamid Al Hamoud and Soha Al Hamoud Nearly one year after arriving in Canada, the Al Hamoud family were chased from their beds in the early hours Thursday morning by a major fire that severely damaged their home and many of their possessions.
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Quebec becomes last province to end discriminatory blood donation policy for men who have sex with men (Sun, 04 Dec 2022)
Héma-Québec As of Sunday, Héma-Québec has lifted its policy that restricts gay and bisexual men, as well as others in the LGBTQ2+ community, from donating blood for three months after being sexually active.
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Ontario rejected all recommendations from a trench collapse inquest. That endangers workers, critics say (Sun, 04 Dec 2022)
Construction Safety Workplace safety advocates and experts are angry that the Ontario Ministry of Labour has rejected all 10 recommendations a coroner's jury has made in an inquest into the death of a construction worker eight years ago.
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First Nation in western B.C. making strides toward energy sovereignty (Sun, 04 Dec 2022)
HEILTSUK NATION Six years after a devastating diesel spill underscored its dependency on fossil fuels, the Haíɫzaqv (Heiltsuk) Nation in western British Columbia says it is moving toward energy sovereignty and decarbonization.
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Critics challenge Ontario's greenbelt development plan (Sun, 04 Dec 2022)
Critics challenge Ontario's greenbelt development plan Members of the public are calling on the Ontario government to repeal legislation that permits development of the province's greenbelt, saying the plan is bad for the environment and won't necessarily solve the housing crisis.
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Kelp is disappearing from parts of the West Coast. These scientists are trying to save it (Sun, 04 Dec 2022)
Bull kelp Marine heat waves have been killing kelp on parts of the West Coast, and human-caused climate change is forecast to make these heat waves more frequent and intense. A team of scientists is studying what people can do to help the kelp — especially as we look to it as a possible ally against carbon emissions.
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Love it but leave it: International PhD students call for changes to let them stay in N.L. (Sun, 04 Dec 2022)
Foroogh Mohammadi Pouya Morshedi After making a life in Newfoundland and Labrador, international PhD students say they want to stay but can't.
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What is COP15? Why it matters and what's at stake at the Montreal summit (Sun, 04 Dec 2022)
Boreal Forest NWO Thousands of delegates representing 192 countries will spend the next two weeks meeting in Montreal, hammering out a once-in-a-decade agreement meant to protect, conserve and equitably share nature. Here's your guide to why it matters, who will be there and what to expect.
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This N.B. ghost town was the site of a famous axe murder case that changed Canadian law (Sun, 04 Dec 2022)
foundation New Ireland All that's left of what was once a vibrant New Brunswick logging community called New Ireland is a graveyard that's being overtaken by the forest, several old stone foundations and a crime story that made headlines around the world.
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'We need her body': Grandmother of homicide victim urges police to search Winnipeg landfill for remains (Thu, 01 Dec 2022)
Donna Bartlett
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Arkells, late CBC journalist Barbara Frum among 2022 inductees to Canada's Walk of Fame (Sat, 03 Dec 2022)
Arkells Canadian band Arkells and late CBC journalist Barbara Frum are among this year's inductees to Canada's Walk of Fame.
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Competing protests show diverging opinions over Alberta's proposed Sovereignty Act (Tue, 29 Nov 2022)
sovereignty act counter protest
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Urban flooding is a risk to Ontarians and the province needs to do more, auditor general says (Sat, 03 Dec 2022)
hi-toronto-flood-04699973-852 Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk says Ontario is not doing enough to prevent urban flooding, a problem expected to worsen in the coming years.
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