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'More American than football': Retired history professor recounts abortion fight

'More American than football': Retired history professor recounts abortion fight

CALGARY — Betsy Jameson found a yellow piece of paper in 2017 when she cleaned out her office after retiring from the history department at the University of Calgary.
Investments in Inuit housing inadequate to address human rights violations: watchdog

Investments in Inuit housing inadequate to address human rights violations: watchdog

From a family living for seven years in a condemned home that was meant to be temporary to people with disabilities having to be carried in and out of their bathrooms, Canada's housing advocate says during a tour this fall of several Inuit communitie
Ministers decline request to testify on Afghan aid blockade as desperation grows

Ministers decline request to testify on Afghan aid blockade as desperation grows

OTTAWA — Three Liberal ministers have declined invitations to testify at the Senate as the upper chamber probes why Canada still won't allow humanitarian workers to help in Afghanistan.

No winning ticket sold for Friday's $15 million Lotto Max jackpot

There was no winning ticket sold in Friday's Lotto Max $15 million draw. The jackpot for the next draw on Dec. 6 will be an estimated $20 million. The Canadian Press
'Forever hold onto that memory:' Family members remember victims in Winnipeg

'Forever hold onto that memory:' Family members remember victims in Winnipeg

Winnipeg police say they have charged Jeremy Skibicki, 35, with four counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of four women. One of the women has not been identified but police say they believe she is Indigenous.
B.C.'s COVID response praised for 'nimbleness,' calls to bolster public trust

B.C.'s COVID response praised for 'nimbleness,' calls to bolster public trust

VICTORIA — A review of British Columbia's COVID-19 response released Friday says despite being unprepared for the pandemic, the province showed "resilience, balance and nimbleness" during the emergency.
Feds eyeing repatriation of 19 Canadian women and children held in Syria: document

Feds eyeing repatriation of 19 Canadian women and children held in Syria: document

OTTAWA — The federal government is looking at helping to secure the release of 19 Canadian women and children being held in northeastern Syria, a newly filed court document says.
Ontario won't allow homes to be built on floodplains, Ford says after fed warning

Ontario won't allow homes to be built on floodplains, Ford says after fed warning

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Police believe remains of three women in Winnipeg landfill, but do not plan to search

Police believe remains of three women in Winnipeg landfill, but do not plan to search

Winnipeg's police chief said Friday the remains of three victims of an alleged serial killer are believed to be at a city landfill, but no search is planned.
'End this ongoing genocide:' Indigenous advocates call for change after women killed

'End this ongoing genocide:' Indigenous advocates call for change after women killed

WINNIPEG — The arrest of a man accused of killing four women, all believed to be Indigenous, shows vulnerable women and girls are subject to dangerous outcomes if governments don't work together to end gender and race-based violence, Indigenous advoc
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