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Indigenous fraud summit passes resolution against Ontario Métis group

Indigenous fraud summit passes resolution against Ontario Métis group

OTTAWA — Indigenous leaders at a summit on what they call Indigenous identify fraud have passed a resolution specifically targeting the Métis Nation of Ontario.
Spy agency CSIS reveals 24 harassment investigations in annual report

Spy agency CSIS reveals 24 harassment investigations in annual report

OTTAWA — Canada's spy agency has released its annual public report, revealing that it dealt with 24 harassment investigations last year involving complaints by its staff.
B.C. needs dedicated, cross-government wildfire strategy: former minister

B.C. needs dedicated, cross-government wildfire strategy: former minister

A former British Columbia forests minister says the province is on the right track as it responds to worsening wildfires, but the scale of the challenge is so great, it's falling behind and needs to prioritize a "whole-of-society" approach.
DNA evidence of unidentified victim of Winnipeg serial killer found on jacket

DNA evidence of unidentified victim of Winnipeg serial killer found on jacket

WINNIPEG — The only evidence police have pointing to the identity of one victim of an admitted serial killer is a bit of DNA found on a jacket cuff, a Winnipeg judge heard Tuesday.
'It came from the sky:' Saskatchewan farmer finds hunk of space junk in field

'It came from the sky:' Saskatchewan farmer finds hunk of space junk in field

Barry Sawchuk doesn’t usually concern himself with space or the final frontier. The 66-year-old Saskatchewan farmer is much more focused on seeding.
B.C. First Nation surveys school site as it hosts meeting on unmarked graves

B.C. First Nation surveys school site as it hosts meeting on unmarked graves

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — A First Nations community in B.C.
Whitehorse bans online voting for local elections over risk of foreign interference

Whitehorse bans online voting for local elections over risk of foreign interference

WHITEHORSE — There will be no internet voting for Whitehorse council this year, after a concern of foreign interference prompted a 6-to-1 vote to remove the idea from the city's proposed election bylaw. Whitehorse Coun.
B.C. mom whose son died from wildfire smoke trying to make this year safer

B.C. mom whose son died from wildfire smoke trying to make this year safer

As wildfires rage in British Columbia, the family of a nine-year-old who died last summer is trying to protect people from poor air quality due to smoke this year. Carter Vigh died of asthma exacerbated by wildfire smoke in 100 Mile House, B.C.
Îles-de-la-Madeleine pauses mandatory $30 visitor fee, citing logistical issues

Îles-de-la-Madeleine pauses mandatory $30 visitor fee, citing logistical issues

CAP-AUX-MEULES, Que. — Quebec’s Îles-de-la-Madeleine says it won't charge a mandatory $30 fee for visitors travelling to the archipelago, citing logistical issues for the system some said infringed on people's freedom to travel within the country.
Ukrainian general applauds Canadian defence minister for talking Ukraine victory

Ukrainian general applauds Canadian defence minister for talking Ukraine victory

OTTAWA — Defence Minister Bill Blair caught the attention of a Ukrainian general on Monday when he said allies are talking about what it will take to get to "victory for Ukraine" in the war with Russia.