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Investigation over alleged racist incidents at P.E.I. hockey tournament wraps up

CBC Canadian Headlines - 1 hour 19 min ago

Sixteen-year-old Mark Connors says he was the target of racist slurs at a tournament on the island late last year.

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Spread hatred. Face courts. Repeat. Why Canada’s ‘weak’ laws are failing to address the rise of hate

Toronto Star News - 1 hour 19 min ago

As Canada’s hate problem reaches new heights, its justice system has failed to dissuade prolific hate spreaders who repeatedly target vulnerable groups.
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This man took seven bullets in the Quebec City mosque slayings. He went back as soon as he could — and five years on, his faith remains

Toronto Star News - 1 hour 19 min ago

A victim has accepted his destiny, while the nation and its Muslim community ponder what lessons to take away.
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People say they want COVID-19 to become 'endemic.' But what does that really mean?

CBC Canadian Headlines - 2 hours 18 min ago

Canada is not yet at a stage where people can live with the coronavirus and return to normal activities and it's dangerous to misuse the word "endemic" to suggest that, infectious disease experts and epidemiologists warn.

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Businesses weigh options as convoy, other protests set to roll into Ottawa

CBC Canadian Headlines - 2 hours 18 min ago

While some Ottawa businesses are wondering whether to shut their doors this weekend as a convoy of truckers makes its way to Parliament Hill, others are rolling out the welcome mat.

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Why some unvaccinated Canadian travellers are still able to board a plane

CBC Canadian Headlines - 2 hours 19 min ago

With Canada's vaccine requirement for travellers, air passengers may presume everyone over 12 on their flight is fully vaccinated. But that’s not necessarily the case, as some travellers, such as unvaccinated Canadians flying home from abroad, are exempt from the vaccine requirement.

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Large number of donations to protest convoy came from aliases, unnamed donors

CBC Canadian Headlines - 2 hours 19 min ago

At least a third of the donations to the GoFundMe campaign set up to support the convoy of trucks headed to Ottawa to protest vaccine mandates came from anonymous sources or were attributed to fake names, according to an analysis by CBC News.

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Inquiry into N.S. mass shootings has cost $13M before public hearings have even started

CBC Canadian Headlines - 2 hours 19 min ago

The inquiry examining the circumstances surrounding the killing of 22 people in April of 2020 has cost the federal and provincial government about $13 million so far and public proceedings have yet to start.

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