Halifax holds commemorations for National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

Dec. 6 marks the 30th anniversary of the murders of 14 young women at École Polytechnique in Montreal in 1989. As Alicia Draus reports,

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Alberta’s advanced education minister says action coming on MacKinnon report

Alberta’s advanced education minister says he hopes to soon announce action on a report that characterizes the province’s post-secondary network as rudderless and rife

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No further action to be taken against N.B. jail guards in death of inmate: Crown

A provincial court judge had dismissed the charges against Alvida Ross and Mathieu Bourgoin in April. New Brunswick’s Public Prosecution Services

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B.C. man planning legal action after being kicked off WestJet flight for sleeping

A Burnaby man is planning legal action against WestJet, after he says he was kicked off a Cuba-bound flight for sleeping before takeoff. Stephen

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Saskatchewan farmer at centre of class action lawsuit blaming weedkiller for cancer

A Moose Jaw farmer who was diagnosed with cancer is at the centre of a class action lawsuit, alleging weedkiller Roundup is to blame.

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WestJet appeals to high court over former flight attendant’s anti-harassment legal action

WestJet Airlines Ltd. is going to the Supreme Court of Canada in an attempt to have a proposed class-action lawsuit launched by a former

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City will take action to deal with unstable building

The saga of Kensington Manor is entering another chapter and it may result in the city overseeing the demolition of the privately-owned building. Tenants

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Residents urge Halifax to take action after section of Sir Sandford Fleming Park put up for sale – Halifax

A rather large section of a park in Halifax is now up for sale, leaving residents and trail lovers wondering what’s next for the

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Students take to Vancouver streets calling for action on climate change

The global Climate Strike movement, sparked by Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, 16, drew hundreds of students out of class Friday afternoon, and into the

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North Vancouver RCMP release video of slick mail thieves in action

North Vancouver RCMP have released a video of a team of practised mail thieves who made quick work of mailboxes in the lobby at 124 West First Street

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