Was there a residential school near you? Find out with our interactive map

For more than 100 years, First Nations, Inuit and Métis children were taken from their families to attend residential schools, which were run by churches and funded…

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Canada raises more than $3.8B for girls’ education at G7

The Canadian government announced at the G7 summit in Quebec that it has raised more than $3.8 billion in an…

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Ontario election path to victory runs through the 905

One of the cardinal rules of Ontario politics has long been that it is virtually impossible to win an election…

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‘There’s a ton riding on this’: Enbridge pipeline project dealt blow in Minnesota

Line 3 was supposed to be simple. Enbridge’s oil pipeline was old, unreliable and prone to leaking. It’s proposed replacement had…

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Canadian gymnast Ellie Black earns 2nd gold at Commonwealth Games

Canadian gymnast Ellie Black won the women’s individual all-around gold medal at the Commonwealth Games on Saturday, adding to the…

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Drinking water advisory active since 2009 among 8 lifted on Prairie First Nations

Eight drinking water advisories affecting Prairie First Nations, including one active since August 2009, were lifted last month by the federal…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

Premier Rachel Notley told members of her newly created market-access task force Wednesday she wants legal and strategic advice on…

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