‘Time for us to talk’: Masai Ujiri stresses need for conversation amid protests

TORONTO — Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri is urging everyone, from world leaders down, to have strong conversations about race as a way forward

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Gravelbourg residents hang banners to celebrate graduates

REGINA — Ten Grade 12 students in the community of Gravelbourg have their graduation photos hung proudly along Main Street. École Gravelbourg School wanted

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Hundreds of NDG residents return home after suspicious package forced evacuation

MONTREAL — Residents of an NDG neighbourhood were forced from their homes on Sunday due to a suspicious package but were able to return

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Province pauses high-speed rail funding, will look at enhancing current services

Ontario is pausing all capital funding for a proposed high-speed train corridor from Toronto to Windsor, a move opposition critics says will derail the

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One person in critical condition following south end crash

One person is in critical condition after a car crashed into a telephone pole on Hawthorne at Hunt Club Saturday afternoon, according to Ottawa

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More COVID-19 deaths reported in Toronto long-term care homes

TORONTO — Two more COVID-19 deaths have been reported at an Etobicoke long-term care home, bringing the total number of virus-related deaths at the

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‘Confined in sorrow’: Former Governor General mourns loss of aunt without a funeral

TORONTO — Canada’s former Governor General Michaelle Jean is mourning the death of her aunt to COVID-19, a loss she says is even more

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Supreme Court of Canada won’t hear Saskatchewan shooter’s sentencing appeal

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear an appeal from a young man who killed four people and injured seven others

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Anti-racism groups call on Ottawa to help fight racism towards Asians amid COVID-19

MONTREAL — A coalition of anti-racism groups is calling on the federal government to take concrete measures to fight rising anti-Asian racism they say

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Volunteers help donate semi-truck load of free groceries to those in need

Volunteers from Regina’s Sikh community gave away a semi-truck load of free groceries to people in need on Saturday. This Sikh run charity, “Guru

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