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Indigenous woman says she feels heard as accused priest has first court appearance

Indigenous woman says she feels heard as accused priest has first court appearance

POWERVIEW, Man. — A First Nations woman says she is disappointed a 92-year-old priest accused of assaulting her when she was a student at a former residential school did not attend his first court appearance.
'All hands were on deck:' Ontario company tasked with designing chairs for Pope visit

'All hands were on deck:' Ontario company tasked with designing chairs for Pope visit

In a warehouse just outside Toronto, furniture makers put final touches on historic pieces that are to be part of Pope Francis' journey to Canada.
Canada lacks clear funding, overall plan to commemorate treaties: document

Canada lacks clear funding, overall plan to commemorate treaties: document

OTTAWA — Many First Nations are preparing to mark significant anniversaries of their treaty relationships with the Crown in coming years, but a government briefing document says Ottawa has no plan to commemorate the treaties.
Co-owner Grant not messing with Bulldog Hanover's winning formula

Co-owner Grant not messing with Bulldog Hanover's winning formula

Brad Grant isn't one to mess with a winning formula. Neither he nor co-owner/trainer Jack Darling have been present for many of Bulldog Hanover's harness wins. Afraid to jinx the heralded colt, Grant and Darling watched the US$500,000 William R.
Literary agent Stephanie Sinclair tapped as new publisher of McClelland & Stewart

Literary agent Stephanie Sinclair tapped as new publisher of McClelland & Stewart

TORONTO — Literary agent Stephanie Sinclair is set take over as publisher of McClelland & Stewart. Penguin Random House Canada announced Tuesday that Sinclair has been tapped to succeed Jared Bland at the helm of the imprint.
Trudeau tour begins and wildfires continue to burn: In The News for July 19, 2022

Trudeau tour begins and wildfires continue to burn: In The News for July 19, 2022

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Tuesday, July 19, 2022 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
Wildfire threats grow in western provinces, as warmer and drier weather forecast

Wildfire threats grow in western provinces, as warmer and drier weather forecast

Canada's western provinces are dealing with a number of wildfires caused by warmer and drier weather. The B.C.
Fisheries report brings hope to Indigenous communities, sparks anger in industry

Fisheries report brings hope to Indigenous communities, sparks anger in industry

OTTAWA — A Mi'kmaw lawyer from the community at the centre of a violent backlash over its self-governed lobster fishery says she's "very hopeful" about a new Senate report that calls for the full implementation of Indigenous fishing rights.
6 members of white supremacist group appear in Idaho court

6 members of white supremacist group appear in Idaho court

COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho (AP) — Six of the 31 members of a white supremacist group who were arrested near a northern Idaho pride event last month pleaded not guilty Monday to misdemeanor charges of conspiracy to riot.
B.C. wildfire pushing toward an Indigenous heritage park: public safety minister

B.C. wildfire pushing toward an Indigenous heritage park: public safety minister

LYTTON, B.C. — Overcast skies with a chance of showers are shifting to sun in the forecast for British Columbia's Fraser Canyon, where crews are battling an out-of-control wildfire just west of the village of Lytton.
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