Today in the city Chatham-Kent 20.11.2018
First Nations consider questions of profit — and sovereignty — at first national Indigenous cannabis conference

Some leaders and entrepreneurs see the cannabis industry as a means for economic self-sufficiency controlled by First Nations, but others caution against fighting provincial and federal governments ov...

Quebec Students To Strike This Week Over Unpaid Internships

MONTREAL — Thousands of post-secondary students in Quebec are walking out of class this week seeking pay and workplace protections for internships undertaken as part of their studies.Nearly 55,0...

People Are Dying Because Canada's Stem Cell Registry Is Too White

When Roshlind Mance began to complain of body aches this past summer, her family wasn't immediately alarmed. She was just a teenager, they thought. She would be fine.But a little while later, when the...

St. Michael's College School Has Long History Of Sexualized Violence: Alumnus

TORONTO — An alumnus of a prestigious Toronto private school says he experienced violent hazing there decades ago, amid new allegations of assault and sexual assault at the institution.Jean-Paul...

Queer health & wellness conference first of its kind in Calgary

It's the first of its kind in Calgary: a unique conference aimed at professionals and the public, intended to promote better understanding of the LGBTQ community.

‘Tight-knit community’ of Leduc reeling after 3 die in workplace incident

The mayor of Leduc said the entire community is affected by the deaths of three workers in what RCMP are calling a "serious workplace accident" in an industrial area.

Police, Families Appeal To Public For Help With Ontario Triple Slaying

TORONTO — An Indigenous community in southwestern Ontario devastated by the killings of three of their members, including a woman who was seven months pregnant, issued an emotional plea for publ...

Rare microbes lead scientists to discover new branch on the tree of life

Canadian researchers have discovered a new kind of organism that’s so different from other living things that it doesn’t fit into the plant kingdom, the animal kingdom, or any other kingdom used to cl...

Whales provide amazing backdrop for N.B. couple tying the knot on the water

A New Brunswick couple tying the knot on a whale-watching boat in the Bay of Fundy has resulted in some spectacular wedding images.

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