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3 children among people shot at 1-year-old's birthday party in Toronto's Rexdale neighbourhood, police say - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 20:56:31 EDT

Three children were among a group of people shot at a birthday party for a one-year-old child in Toronto's Rexdale neighbourhood Saturday evening, police said.

Families of victims of police violence call for action at rally outside Trudeau's office - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 17:17:18 EDT
police justice march

A group of Black and Indigenous families brought their case for defunding Canadian police forces to the steps of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office across the street from Parliament Hill on Saturday.

Canadian Mackenzie Hughes tied for U.S. Open lead entering final round - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 22:02:34 EDT

Dundas, Ont., native Mackenzie Hughes is in 3-way tie for the U.S. Open lead with Louis Oosthuizen and Russell Henley heading into Sunday's final round.

Kylie Masse sets new Canadian record in 100-metre backstroke at Olympic trials - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 19:43:26 EDT
Olympic Swim Trials 20210619

Kylie Masse broke her own Canadian record with a time of 57.70 to win the 100-metre backstroke at the Olympic trials in Toronto on Saturday.

12-year-old Winnipeg boy killed in Friday night stabbing, police say - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 13:22:55 EDT
Burrows Avenue 12-year-old stabbing

A 12-year-old boy is dead after being stabbed following an altercation between two groups in Winnipeg's North End on Friday evening, police say.

Nova Scotia Barristers' Society appoints first Indigenous president - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 15:32:47 EDT
Tuma Young

The Nova Scotia Barristers' Society has appointed its first Indigenous president after almost 200 years in service. Tuma Young of Eskasoni First Nation was appointed president during the society's annual meeting on Saturday.

With clock ticking, doctors, pharmacists come to the rescue after 1-year-old eats raccoon feces - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 13:48:40 EDT
Toronto Rabid Raccoons 20180212

A southern Alberta couple who realized their infant had been exposed to roundworm after eating raccoon feces found themselves racing against time to find a rare medication — and doctors and pharmacists across Western Canada mobilized to help them find it.

'Always in my heart': Canadiens assistant coach pays tribute to late daughter after Game 3 win - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 17:06:37 EDT

Montreal Canadiens assistant coach Luke Richardson's daughter is never far from his thoughts — or his heart. Richardson, who took over as head coach for Montreal's 3-2 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights on Friday, paid tribute to Daron Richardson after the win.

Remember that big tree on the truck? Experts say it probably wasn't big enough to save under B.C. rules - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 09:00:00 EDT
Tree on truck that Lorna Beecroft snapped

A massive spruce trunk photographed being transported down a Vancouver Island highway last month might not have been big enough to warrant saving under B.C.'s new protections for big trees.

Ready to reopen: Alberta set to lift almost all health restrictions by July 1 - Fri, 18 Jun 2021 11:12:30 EDT
Kenney Stage 3 announcement

Almost all COVID-19 public health restrictions will be lifted in Alberta on Canada Day as the province prepares to enter the final stage of its COVID-19 reopening plan. 

'It's just insane': Killarney, Ont., lodge owner still out $48K in credit union-CRA nightmare - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 05:00:00 EDT
Widgawa Lodge

The owner of Widgawa Lodge and Outfitters in Killarney, Ont., thought moving his bank accounts online would reduce paperwork and give him more time to concentrate on running his outfitting business. But now there's confusion over the whereabouts of the $48,000 in Joshua Willoughby's HST payments that was to go to CRA.

Indian consulate says teachers' lessons on farmer protests could 'poison' relations with Canada - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 04:00:00 EDT
India Farmer Protests

The Indian consulate in Toronto is attempting to silence teachers giving lessons about the ongoing protests by predominantly Sikh farmers in India, claiming they are a security threat and part of a "conspiracy to sabotage the goodwill" between India and Canada.

Coronavirus: What's happening in Canada and around the world on Saturday - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 10:36:28 EDT
COVID Mix and Match vaccines 20210618

Canada has hit two of the vaccination targets government officials have previously said were necessary for the easing of public health restrictions imposed due to COVID-19.

Canadian government approves modified quarantine for Olympic athletes - Fri, 18 Jun 2021 18:03:44 EDT

The federal government has approved a travel exemption for Canada's Olympic hopefuls that will allow them to train on home soil without undergoing a 14-day quarantine after returning to the country.

Sask. commits $2M for searches of residential school sites for unmarked graves - Fri, 18 Jun 2021 15:01:47 EDT
Grave marker at Regina Indian Industrial School Cemetery

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission identified 20 residential school sites in Saskatchewan.

Shooting at Toronto birthday party leaves three children, man injured: police - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 20:33:00 -0400
A 'brazen' shooting at a child's birthday party in Rexdale Saturday evening left a man and three children, including a one-year-old boy, injured, Toronto police say.
Police allege a man assaulted an officer when they intervened in 'large fight' at a popular Vancouver beach - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 14:19:00 -0400
Police officers in Vancouver say they responded to a 'large fight and a possible assault' at English Bay on Friday evening, and a person who witnessed the incident is accusing the police of racism.
Families speak out against police violence at BLM Toronto Juneteenth event in Ottawa - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 14:57:00 -0400
Several Black and Indigenous families who say their loved ones have been harmed and killed by police came together in Ottawa to mark Juneteenth and demand accountability and changes to the justice system.
'Life-changing': Call for refugee sponsors as study suggests 4M Canadians open to it - Sun, 20 Jun 2021 07:46:15 -0400
A new study suggests four million Canadians who haven't been involved in sponsoring a refugee or refugee family yet, say they could definitely or likely see themselves participating in the Blended Visa Office Referred Refugees program at some point over the next few years.
'I want to reclaim my stolen education': Day School survivor's fight to learn - Fri, 18 Jun 2021 22:00:00 -0400
An Indigenous elder forced to attend Day School as a child says it robbed her of an education, and caused a cycle of trauma that her son has struggled to break.
Man arrested in violent, homophobic attack at Toronto Island - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 14:50:00 -0400
A man has been arrested in connection with a violent, homophobic assault on Toronto Island that left a man with significant injuries earlier this month, Toronto police say.
Alberta to lift COVID-19 restrictions on Canada Day - Fri, 18 Jun 2021 11:25:00 -0400
Having immunized 70 per cent of its eligible population with at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, Alberta will lift public health restrictions in two weeks, Premier Jason Kenney announced Friday.
No winning ticket sold for Friday's $70 million Lotto Max jackpot - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 07:43:10 -0400
]No winning ticket was sold for the $70 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw.
One confirmed dead after early morning house explosion in Saskatoon - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 10:59:00 -0400
Police have confirmed a person is dead following a home explosion in Saskatoon early Saturday morning.
Sask. to begin Step 3 of COVID-19 reopening plan on July 11 - Sat, 19 Jun 2021 15:37:00 -0400
Saskatchewan will officially start the third and final phase of its reopening plan on July 11.

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