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Two more extreme right-wing groups join Proud Boys on Canada's terror list

Two more extreme right-wing groups join Proud Boys on Canada's terror list

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government has added two more right-wing extremist groups and an American neo-Nazi to its list of terrorist entities as it tries to counter the rise of white nationalist violence.
Canada Day should be time of reflection after unmarked graves discovered: Trudeau

Canada Day should be time of reflection after unmarked graves discovered: Trudeau

OTTAWA — Instead of fireworks and frothy drinks, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says this Canada Day should be a time of reflection, couching his view in the discovery this week of another unmarked grave site containing Indigenous children's remains.

Quebec father blames anti-Muslim prejudice, language barriers after baby taken away

MONTREAL — A Quebec man says he believes child protection authorities apprehended his three-day-old baby because his wife wears a hijab and doesn't speak French.
Jury selection change preserved fairness of process, Supreme Court says

Jury selection change preserved fairness of process, Supreme Court says

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court of Canada says Parliament was entitled to abolish a long-standing jury selection procedure that some critics had denounced as discriminatory.
Montreal police make 15 arrests after Canadiens win, promise to be ready for finals

Montreal police make 15 arrests after Canadiens win, promise to be ready for finals

MONTREAL — When the Montreal Canadiens begin the final round of the Stanley Cup playoffs next week, police will be ready to manage the big crowds that are expected to gather in the city's downtown, a senior police official said Friday.
Canadian Forces pilots not warned about autopilot before deadly Cyclone crash in 2020

Canadian Forces pilots not warned about autopilot before deadly Cyclone crash in 2020

HALIFAX — As a pilot guided one of Canada's navy helicopters up into a tight turn, neither his training nor cockpit indicators warned of how a built-in autopilot would take control and plunge the Cyclone into the Ionian Sea, a military report has con
Advocates say in-person support crucial for residential school survivors

Advocates say in-person support crucial for residential school survivors

Indigenous advocates in Canada are calling for more cultural and mental-health supports for residential school survivors as communities discover unmarked graves at former sites.
Record heat now due from B.C., to Alberta, parts of Yukon and Northwest Territories

Record heat now due from B.C., to Alberta, parts of Yukon and Northwest Territories

VANCOUVER — Environment Canada has extended heat warnings to cover all but the western edge of British Columbia, and the sizzling conditions are also forecast for the entire northern half of Alberta and parts of Yukon and the Northwest Territories.
B.C. doctor wants action to prevent children falling from windows

B.C. doctor wants action to prevent children falling from windows

VANCOUVER — A pediatric neurosurgeon in British Columbia is urging caregivers to take steps to prevent children from falling from windows and balconies after two kids have died from their injuries so far this year. Dr. Ash Singhal of B.C.
Police look to contain rowdy Canadiens fans after win over Vegas to advance

Police look to contain rowdy Canadiens fans after win over Vegas to advance

MONTREAL — Rowdy fans outside the Bell Centre were already celebrating — cheering and launching fireworks — before the Montreal Canadiens beat the Vegas Golden Knights to advance to the Stanley Cup final for the first time since 1993 on Thursday.