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Walmart Canada 'All Lives Matter' T-shirts draw fire from social media users

Sale of T-shirts on Walmart Canada's website with the words "All Lives Matter" printed across the front has drawn furor from social media users.
B.C. proposes 'first-step' amendments to laws governing condo insurance

B.C. proposes 'first-step' amendments to laws governing condo insurance

VICTORIA — The B.C. government says it's taking the first steps to address concerns about sky-high costs and the availability of insurance for condominiums that have seen premiums rise by as much as 50 per cent.
Blair says feds will make First Nations policing an essential service

Blair says feds will make First Nations policing an essential service

OTTAWA — Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says First Nations policing must be made an essential service — something Indigenous leaders have been pressing the federal government to do.
Man who set up fake Humboldt Broncos fundraiser gets 14-month jail sentence

Man who set up fake Humboldt Broncos fundraiser gets 14-month jail sentence

SASKATOON — A man who set up a fake online fundraiser for the Humboldt Broncos following the Saskatchewan hockey team's deadly bus crash has been sentenced to 14 months in jail.

UBC nursing student suing RCMP officer for alleged assault after health check

KELOWNA, B.C. — A B.C. nursing student alleges she suffered physical and emotional injuries at the hands of an RCMP officer after her boyfriend called emergency services to request a health check. Mona Wang alleges Cpl.

Language barriers a challenge for police in an increasingly diverse Canada

Members and observers of Canada's law enforcement community say scrutiny of mental health interactions will not be complete without considerations of language diversity across the country.

Five retired Quebec clerics charged for alleged decades-long sexual abuse

MONTREAL — Five members of a Catholic religious order were charged Tuesday in connection with alleged sexual abuse of boys in their care between 1961 and 1989.
Feds prepared to push back against any new U.S. tariffs on aluminum, Duclos says

Feds prepared to push back against any new U.S. tariffs on aluminum, Duclos says

OTTAWA — Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos said Tuesday federal officials will push back against any new protectionist effort by Donald Trump to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum, making the case that Canadian aluminum is no threat to the
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 6:17 p.m. on June 23, 2020: There are 101,963 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
Trudeau says health trumps industry concerns as travel restrictions remain

Trudeau says health trumps industry concerns as travel restrictions remain

Transport Canada encourages airlines to maintain empty middle seats, but does not require the precaution
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