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'Stolen' Beothuk remains need to come home from Scotland, Mi'sel Joe says
The chief of the Miawpukek First Nation band paid an emotional visit to the National Museum of Scotland recently to talk to museum officials about repatriating the remains of two Beothuk people killed in the 1820s.....Read More
Thousands of trout and salmon to be released in Prince Edward Island rivers
CHARLOTTETOWN - Thousands of trout and Atlantic salmon raised at a Prince Edward Island hatchery are being released into the province's streams and rivers this week.....Read More
Manitoba mother says daughter, beaten while in CFS care, may never fully recover
WINNIPEG - The mother of a 15-year-old girl beaten while in the care of Child and Family Services says her daughter may never fully recover.....Read More
Fewer Manitoba foster kids in hotels, but might still have to be used: minister
WINNIPEG - The Manitoba government says fewer foster children are being put up in hotels, but the accommodation may still have to be used occasionally.....Read More
B.C. must work on determining total impact of resource projects:auditor general
VICTORIA - B.C.'s auditor general says the government must do a better job of considering the long- term impacts of using natural resources for hundreds of projects worth billions of dollars.....Read More
Plans to offer whooping crane tours in northern Alberta may be grounded
EDMONTON - Parks Canada's plans for fly-in tours to the nesting grounds of the world's last natural flock of whooping cranes may be as endangered as the enormous birds themselves.....Read More
Wildfires force about 5,000 people to evacuate homes in northern Alberta
About 5,000 people remained out from their homes Tuesday as wildfires continued to burn in north-central Alberta.....Read More
Mohawk council must release all claim to disputed Quebec territory to get $239M
AKWESASNE, Ont. - The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne says Ottawa has offered more than $239 million as compensation for roughly 8,100 hectares of disputed territory located along the south shore of the St. Lawrence River in Quebec.....Read More
MacKay says $20 million fund to help sex workers get out is 'over subscribed'
ESQUIMALT, B.C. - There are more groups than money available for the government's proposed $20 million plan to get sex workers out of the industry, Justice Minister Peter MacKay said Friday.....Read More
Seniors' advocate says some B.C. elderly giving up basic needs to afford housing
VANCOUVER - Even as Lorraine Logan and her partner chip away at their condominium mortgage in New Westminster, B.C., the 70-year-old recognizes they could lose their security and comfort.....Read More
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