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Disappointment over Pope's decision not to apologize for residential schools

Disappointment over Pope's decision not to apologize for residential schools

OTTAWA — Catholics have a role to play in continuing to urge Pope Francis to apologize for the role the church played in running Canada's residential schools, Crown-Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett said Wednesday after the pontiff publicly
B.C. port hopes to reduce gull poop by attracting eagles to fake tree

B.C. port hopes to reduce gull poop by attracting eagles to fake tree

John Briant has never grown accustomed to the scent that hundreds of gulls bring to Victoria's largest port.
Burnaby appeal to Supreme Court over pipeline 'showboating:' Alberta premier

Burnaby appeal to Supreme Court over pipeline 'showboating:' Alberta premier

CALGARY — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says a decision by the City of Burnaby, B.C., to take its fight over the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion to the Supreme Court is showboating.

No bail decision for Winnipeg woman convicted in dead infant storage locker case

WINNIPEG — The lawyer for a woman convicted of concealing the remains of six dead infants in a storage locker says her jail sentence was too long and she should be released until her appeal can be heard.
Alleged errors: Newfoundland man convicted in fatal bar shooting appeals

Alleged errors: Newfoundland man convicted in fatal bar shooting appeals

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A Newfoundland man found guilty in the fatal shooting of a Good Samaritan who tried to intervene in a bar robbery has filed an appeal of his murder conviction.

Opioid death rates higher in Thunder Bay than elsewhere in Ontario, study finds

TORONTO — Powerful opioid drugs are killing people in the northern city of Thunder Bay at a higher rate than anywhere else in Ontario, a new report states.
Facebook exec says tech giant 'has a lot to answer to' after data scandal

Facebook exec says tech giant 'has a lot to answer to' after data scandal

TORONTO — A Facebook executive admitted Wednesday that the tech giant "has a lot to answer to" in the wake of a scandal that allegedly saw user data mishandled.
Concert postponed after musician Matthew Good collapses during Edmonton show

Concert postponed after musician Matthew Good collapses during Edmonton show

EDMONTON — Matthew Good's concert scheduled for Wednesday night in Prince George, B.C., was postponed for a day as the Canadian rocker recovered from pneumonia.

Timeline of events following the 2017 deadly mosque shooting in Quebec City

QUEBEC — Timeline of events following the deadly shooting at a mosque in Quebec City in 2017: Jan.
Feds designate Dionne quintuplets birth as nationally historical event

Feds designate Dionne quintuplets birth as nationally historical event

The federal government has deemed the birth of the Dionne quintuplets as an event of national historical significance. The story of the northern Ontario sisters is among 12 events, people or places given the designation Tuesday.