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The legislation will require federally appointed judges to learn about rape myths and stereotypes about race, gender and other social factors
Minister Sheila Malcolmson of Mental Health and Addictions says the government is working ‘as hard as we can’ to build a system of care for youths
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India reported over 360,000 infections on Monday, May 3
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Part-time workers set back again by spike in virus spread
The Vancouver port centre will be the first Amazon centre to feature robotics in B.C.
‘We know the only way to get fans back is people getting vaccinated,’ says Express’ general manager Tali Campbell
A number of Canadian athletes have discovered fake applications for a Walmart MasterCard were approved in their names
‘Our colleagues across the province have figured out new ways to perform and connect,’ VSO boss says
The veteran stage and screen actor’s flair for maternal roles helped her win and Cher’s mother in the romantic comedy
Meghan and Harry are expecting their second child, a girl, later this year
A longtime astronomer suggests people are simply watching the night sky more during the pandemic
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