Coronavirus: Most child-care centres in Ontario unlikely to reopen on Friday, operators and advocates say

TORONTO — Ontario is allowing child-care centres to reopen as of Friday, but operators and advocates say there is no way most can implement

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Divesting in policing requires ‘brave leadership,’ Edmonton advocates say

The future of policing in Edmonton will be discussed Wednesday after more than 10,000 people sent letters calling on the city to divert $75 million

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Blackout Tuesday may hurt awareness efforts after George Floyd death, advocates say – National

Blackout Tuesday is a social media movement that was originally created as an act of solidarity with activists, organizers and protesters to reflect on

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B.C. government, advocates spar over success of moving homeless people into temporary housing

The British Columbia government and advocates for homeless people are at odds over whether moving hundreds of people into temporary housing amid the COVID-19

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Drop-off in use of drug consumption sites amid COVID-19 concerns advocates

Some doctors and advocates are worried about the safety of Albertans who use drugs as the pandemic drags on. COVID-19-related health rules have impacted access

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Rent relief key to restarting economy, not just covering costs of pandemic closures, say business advocates

While provinces ease into reopening their economies, questions swirl around the federal government’s commercial rent relief program and whether it will work. This week,

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Shutdown of tent cities a chance to change housing policy, advocates say

T.J. Lovell had just 30 minutes to pack up his belongings from the tent city in Oppenheimer Park if he wanted access to a

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Labour advocates call for Alberta meat-packing plant to close as they mourn workplace deaths

Labour leaders in Alberta held an online vigil Tuesday to honour workers who have lost their lives on the job and used the occasion

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Lawyers and advocates ponder future of jury system in era of COVID-19

The president of the Canadian Council of Criminal Defence Lawyers is worried the justice system will try to delay jury trials as it deals

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Refugees face more hardship settling during lockdown, advocates say

Hamzeh Alnas came to Canada to start a new life.  After fleeing Syria’s civil war, the 26-year-old arrived in British Columbia on Jan. 15, 2020, with

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