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  1. Planning to plant pot? Manitoba laws come with real consequences, lawyer saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | CBC News

    ... at home for recreational purposes. Despite this, Manitoba, Quebec and Nunavut still plan to ban home cultivation and Canada's minister of justice said the federal government doesn't intend to challenge provincial laws. Jeremy Loewen, owner ... 2 comments

  2. Bus pass for income assistance clients rolls out this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | CBC News

    A pilot program to get transit passes to people on income assistance in Halifax is beginning its rollout this weekend. The two-year pilot is being offered by the Department of Community Services and Halifax Transit.

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  3. Engineering design to begin on Sydney harbour sewage cleanupRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | CBC News

    ... concern was that at the time, there were more federal funding programs being issued by the government of Canada. One of them had a more attractive cost-share, which was 50 per cent federal, 25 per cent provincial and 25 per cent municipal," he said. ...

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  4. Most Iqaluit residents get housing subsidized by gov't, employer, CMHC reportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | CBC News

    Looking out from Iqaluit's Tundra Valley neighbourhood over a still-frozen Frobisher Bay. The Canada Mortgage Housing Corporation noted Iqaluit needs another 193 units to meet its housing needs.

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  5. From San Francisco to Moncton: U.S. couple's moving nightmare as they flee TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | CBC News

    ... mid-30s, were living and working in San Francisco when they made the decision to apply for permanent residency in Canada. "We want this to be a political statement in the U.S.," Vincent Merola said. "We want to say, 'Our tax dollars are not ...

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  6. Legal recreational marijuana: what you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | CBC News

    ... considerations that should be top of mind for those keen to light up legally. First of all - and this is typical of Canada's federal system - not all provinces and territories are following the same path to legalization. Some are imposing ...

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  7. Cleanup of oil from derailment in Iowa beginsRead the original story

    Friday Jun 22 | KDLT-TV Sioux Falls

    ... Doon, Iowa, by Friday afternoon. BNSF spokesman Andy Williams says 33 oil tanker cars hauling crude oil from Alberta, Canada, derailed around 4:30 a.m. Friday just south of Doon. Williams says some of the tankers were compromised, causing the oil to ...

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  8. 'This Is Censorship': Trump's War on Facts Continues With Muzzling of USGS ScientistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | Common Dreams

    ... in the Times , some social media users suggested there were echoes of the muzzling of scientists that occurred in Canada under the former government of conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper: Echoes of Canada, 2009-2015... What did we learn? 1) ...

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  9. Robinson Huron Treaty case draws to a closeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | SooToday

    The ongoing case, which began in Thunder Bay in September 2017, revolves around an annuity provision where 21 Anishinabek nations under the treaty were, according to the RHT Trust, promised an increased share of revenues generated from the sale of natural resources from their lands. "We are always open to settlement negotiations with representatives of the Crown, being Ontario and Canada," said RHT Trust spokesperson and Batchewana First Nation Chief Dean Sayers.

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  10. Galaxy Restaurant offers dining options, banquet centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | West Side and South Side Leader

    The restaurant, which offers lunch and dinner and a Sunday brunch buffet, includes the Circle L Steakhouse, Wine Room and a sports bar and patio. "These unique restaurants include menus that have something for everyone," said Robin Wenger, vice president of American Hospitality Group Inc., the family business that owns the restaurant.

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  11. Health Newsmaker: Saint Anne's Hospital receives three national awards for stroke careRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | SouthCoastToday.com

    ... The Guidelines Steering Committee and an associate professor of neurology at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada. “Research has shown that hospitals adhering to clinical measures through the Get With The Guidelines quality ...

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  12. Canada's legalization to offer pot by mail, better bankingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | The Beaumont Enterprise

    ... file photo, a Canadian flag with a cannabis leaf flies on Parliament Hill during a 4/20 protest in Ottawa, Ontario. Canada is following the lead of Uruguay in allowing a nationwide, legal marijuana market, although each Canadian province is working ...

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  13. The Real Uncle Tom and 'The Road to Dawn'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | Cybercast News Service

    ... entire life. A few years later, when Josiah learned he would be sold away from his family, he resolved to escape to Canada. Against incredible odds, he and his family traveled north by night. Indians and Quakers fed them and helped them avoid slave ...

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  14. Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day from coast to coast to coastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | CBC News

    ... school system. National Indigenous Peoples Day is recognized by the federal government as part of its Celebrate Canada program. According to Ottawa, it is a day "for all Canadians to recognize and celebrate the unique heritage, diverse cultures and ...

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  15. RCMP dive team finds body of Delta, B.C., man in lake near SquamishRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | CBC News

    An RCMP underwater recovery team found the body of a 20-year-old Delta man in Alice Lake Thursday afternoon. His name is not being released.

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  16. 3 things you probably didn't know about the longest day of the yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | KYKX-FM Longview

    ... know), be ready for the start of 24 hours of sunlight. Here's a cool video that was taken by a resident of Alberta, Canada showing the dramatic arc of the sun from December to June. The stone circle that makes up Stonehenge was built about 4500 ...

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  17. Fete nationale celebrations this weekend: What you need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | CBC News

    ... tradition, the SAQ will also be taking the FAate nationale off, meaning you should stock up by the end of the day Canada Post won't be collecting or delivering mail, though private locations may be open according to host business hours. For ...

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  18. Member of Parliament was abusive, caused confusion at shelter: Red CrossRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | CBC News

    A member of Parliament is denying an accusation that she caused a disturbance, created confusion and was verbally abusive at an emergency shelter for forest fire evacuees last summer. A three-page complaint filed by the Red Cross of Canada to the federal government, and obtained by The Canadian Press, says Liberal backbencher MaryAnn Mihychuk ignored protocol and the reality of the situation last Sept.

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  19. National Indigenous Peoples Day underway in Saskatoon and ReginaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | CBC News

    ... for further celebrations. "We are here as a family of a survivor of a residential school and Indigenous peoples in Canada trying to build relationships with settler Canadians and help build up Indigenous community as well." People of all ages here ...

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  20. Couns. Pagtakhan, Wyatt will not seek re-election, Garth Steek to run againRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 21 | CBC News

    Veteran city councillors Russ Wyatt and Mike Pagtakhan both announced Thursday they won't seek re-election in this fall's civic election, while former councillor Garth Steek says he's running again. Two long-time Winnipeg city councillors are on their way out of city hall come the 2018 civic election, and a past city councillor is hoping to make a return.

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