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Assisted-dying bill wins approval in principle over Conservative objections

Assisted-dying bill wins approval in principle over Conservative objections

OTTAWA — Over the objections of dozens of Conservatives, the House of Commons gave approval in principle Thursday to a bill that would make it easier for dying Canadians to get medical help to end their suffering.
Edmonton university offering free cybersecurity course to Indigenous people across Canada

Edmonton university offering free cybersecurity course to Indigenous people across Canada

It usually costs $299 plus GST to register for this course
Federal election during the pandemic would be challenging but feasible: PHAC official

Federal election during the pandemic would be challenging but feasible: PHAC official

OTTAWA — A senior official at the Public Health Agency of Canada says holding a federal election during the COVID-19 pandemic would be feasible, despite the logistical challenges that Elections Canada would face. Dr.
Alberta proposes legislation to change rules on child-care spaces

Alberta proposes legislation to change rules on child-care spaces

The bill would also allow for availability to care 24 hours a day
Archeology and culture collide during Siksika Nation field program

Archeology and culture collide during Siksika Nation field program

The course helped the students to make connections between their own cultural past
Federal government unveils rules for $750-million emissions reduction fund

Federal government unveils rules for $750-million emissions reduction fund

OTTAWA — Oil and gas companies that use federal cash to help cut methane emissions from their operations won't have to repay every penny if they eliminate the methane emissions entirely.
Truck driver responsible for Humboldt Broncos crash seeks to stay in Canada

Truck driver responsible for Humboldt Broncos crash seeks to stay in Canada

REGINA — A lawyer representing the truck driver responsible for the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash says his client wants to be able to stay in Canada once released from prison. It's something families of the victims are split on.
CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie says league exploring all options to hold 2021 season

CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie says league exploring all options to hold 2021 season

Playing games before no fans or limited spectators are among the options being examined
'Incredible' demand for flu shots

'Incredible' demand for flu shots

Vaccine available at pharmacies, through doctors
Here’s where to find every wind turbine in Canada

Here’s where to find every wind turbine in Canada

Natural Resources Canada has published the Canadian Wind Turbine Database