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Data gaps prevent assessment of most Canadian watersheds: WWF report

Data gaps prevent assessment of most Canadian watersheds: WWF report

Hendriks said the report points to the need for standardized, national water monitoring
Statue of Humboldt coach killed in bus crash created in Cochrane

Statue of Humboldt coach killed in bus crash created in Cochrane

COCHRANE— A bronze statue honouring a junior hockey coach killed in the deadly Humboldt bus crash designed by Studio West Bronze Foundry & Art Gallery was unveiled this weekend in Peace River.
Fake news creates serious issues for battling pandemic, chief public health doc says

Fake news creates serious issues for battling pandemic, chief public health doc says

Both Tam and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged Canadians to be responsible about the information they share
All reasonable COVID-19 precautions taken during livestream with O'Toole: Kenney

All reasonable COVID-19 precautions taken during livestream with O'Toole: Kenney

Their chairs were measured as being two metres apart
Opposition parties demand passenger refunds as condition of any airline bailouts

Opposition parties demand passenger refunds as condition of any airline bailouts

LeBlanc said Canadians expect stringent conditions on any federal airline funding
Tories to force debate on anticorruption committee as Liberals warn of consequences

Tories to force debate on anticorruption committee as Liberals warn of consequences

Liberal House leader Pablo Rodriguez called their move irresponsible and suggested the Liberals may in turn deem the eventual vote on the motion a confidence matter
Companies have modest hiring plans, low wage growth expectations, Bank of Canada says

Companies have modest hiring plans, low wage growth expectations, Bank of Canada says

Almost one-third of businesses told the bank they expect their workforce numbers to remain below pre-pandemic levels
The RCMP have 'let down' Indigenous fishers facing violence in Nova Scotia: minister

The RCMP have 'let down' Indigenous fishers facing violence in Nova Scotia: minister

Trudeau told the House of Commons the violence "is unacceptable, it is shameful and it is criminal."
Nova Scotia restaurants boycott lobster in response to violence against the Mi'kmaq

Nova Scotia restaurants boycott lobster in response to violence against the Mi'kmaq

The Mi'kmaq are in a dispute over fishing rights in southwestern Nova Scotia and have been targeted recently with violence and intimidation
Richmond manager's 600 km border-crossing plot succeeds

Richmond manager's 600 km border-crossing plot succeeds

A man’s plan to travel 600 kilometres by plane and rental car to winterize his trailer just over the U.S. border went off without a hitch.