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Liberals look to fall for movement on having free tampons, pads in federal workplaces

OTTAWA — Canada’s labour minister was told earlier this year that efforts to provide free tampons and pads in federally…

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Access requester told to wait five years for public health agency head’s email, texts

OTTAWA — A requester seeking access to a week’s worth of emails and messages from the head of a federal…

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Nova Scotia’s three main party leaders to square off in first election debate

HALIFAX – Nova Scotia’s three main party leaders are getting ready for the first face-to-face confrontation of the provincial election…

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Expanded recall covers affected products sold nationally

OTTAWA – The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has expanded the recall of Al-Rabih brand Halva/Halawa over the possibility of a…

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Mi’kmaq man on quest to preserve traditional birchbark canoe craft

TORONTO — Todd Labrador, a Mi’kmaq man from the Wildcat Reserve in Queens County, N.S., has made it his life’s…

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Penny Oleksiak wins bronze in 200m freestyle, becoming most decorated Summer Olympian in Canadian history | CBC Sports

Penny Oleksiak is now the most decorated Summer Olympian in Canadian history. Oleksiak, 21, won bronze in the women’s 200-metre…

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Only halfway through the season, B.C. wildfires have already burned more than 10-year average | CBC News

At the halfway point of B.C.’s fire season, the province is “significantly higher” than the 10-year average both in terms…

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Greenhouse gas-cutting project cancelled by city, citing high cost

The bottom line sealed the deal for the city in cancelling its district energy heating system project before it was…

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Man shot by police in bank hostage-taking was mentally ill, wanted to talk to Trump, inquest hears | CBC News

Rebecca Kodak was working as a teller for the Royal Bank of Canada on Dec. 13, 2017 when a man…

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Stephen Harper says Canada’s pandemic spending has been ‘overkill’ in podcast appearance | CBC News

The Canadian government has spent irresponsibly in its attempt to fend off the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic,…

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