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'I think of her often': Missing woman's parents worry MMIW inquiry may be too late

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After Sindy Ruperthouse disappeared, Indigenous women from a Quebec community came forward with allegations of police abuse. Her family and her community are hoping for change from the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women.

Beyond 'the wall': Seeking lucid policy in Trump's hardline immigration speech


Donald Trump’s so-called major immigration policy speech in Arizona just hours after his Mexico visit was his chance to introduce two things: clarity and moderation. He flirted with the clarity and spurned the latter, reaffirming previous hardline immigration views.

Passengers help subdue unruly man on WestJet flight headed to Edmonton

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A customer on a WestJet flight from Toronto to Edmonton says there were some tense moments as he and others helped the crew subdue an unruly passenger.

Justice for families requires MMIW inquiry investigate role of police: Neil Macdonald

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Though not singled out explicitly in the terms of reference for the inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women, the role of police and the courts will need to be investigated thoroughly if victims' families are to find justice.

Georgetown University to offer admissions priority to descendants of slaves it once sold

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Georgetown University will give preference in admissions to the descendants of slaves owned by the Maryland Jesuits as part of its effort to atone for profiting from the sale of enslaved people.

Florida's Gulf coast braces for tropical storm Hermine, possible hurricane

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Florida's Gulf coast was bracing Thursday for a hit from tropical storm Hermine, which forecasters said could make landfall as a hurricane.

Saskatchewan teen cast in film that mirrors her own family's loss

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Jess Zacharias had no idea a Hollywood scout was watching her play volleyball at the National Team Challenge Cup in Richmond last month. A week later the 17-year-old provincial team setter agreed to play the body double in a feature film mirroring her own family’s tragic loss.

Canadian firms sign deals with China, but Ottawa officials 'taking our time' on free trade


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrapped the first leg of his trip to China by announcing more than 56 deals worth more than $1.2 billion and a list of agreements

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 exploding battery reports delay shipments

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Samsung has delayed shipments of Galaxy Note 7 smartphones in South Korea for extra quality control testing after reports that batteries in some of the jumbo smartphones exploded while they were being charged.

'Just seems like gobbledygook:' Why resolving pay equity cases is not so simple

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Canada Post is just one of many employers to face the thorny issue of pay equity, one that can take years to wind its way through courts and tribunals before any kind of settlement is reached.

Source: CBC | Top Stories News