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Indigenous man “I felt like an animal” denounce the Quebec judicial system.

John Clarence Kawapit says he’s been treated “like an animal” by the Quebec judicial system, and things are getting worse for Indigenous inmates. Kawapit, from the Cree community of Whapmagoostui, in northern Quebec, was one of four Indigenous inmates who testified Monday before the Viens Commission, a provincial inquiry into …

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Is Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Leader; Doug Ford been accuse publicly?

Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford was booed and interrupted this weekend when he told members of Toronto’s Somali community that he supports resurrecting a controversial police unit disbanded in 2017. The Toronto Anti-Violence Intervention Strategy, known as TAVIS, was set up in 2006 to curb violence in high crime areas …

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Canada; Pastor at Chilliwack’s Main Street Church migh be facing child pornography charges.

Johannes “John” Vermeer, 58, has been charged with two counts of possession of child pornography and two counts of accessing child pornography and has resigned as executive pastor at Chilliwack’s Main Street Church. According to police, Vermeer was arrested without incident in March, and released on bail. Main Street Church lead …

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Saskatchewan highway ministry reviewing “lethal” intersection.

The provincial Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure sent staff to review the intersection where a tragic crash involving the Humboldt Broncos team bus happened. Ministry spokesman Doug Wakabayashi said the ministry always conducts such a review after a fatal crash at an intersection. “It’s just a really terrible, unspeakable tragedy,” …

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Find out here: Justin Trudeau was “quiet mute” in the crowd in Humboldt’s memorial.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was among an overflow crowd of hundreds who packed the hockey arena in Humboldt, Sask., to remember and to mourn on Sunday evening. But you almost wouldn’t have known he was there—likely by design. While religious leaders, the town’s mayor and the president of the Broncos …

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FIND OUT HERE! Why Ottawa is spending $1.6 billion?

The federal government is asking universities, companies and others to help the military with several pressing challenges, including how to better treat PTSD, increase female recruitment, monitor Canada’s waterways and defend against cyberattacks. The request was made by Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan on Monday and comes with some hefty financial …

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