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'Witnesses to history': University makes 3D virtual replicas of residential schools

'Witnesses to history': University makes 3D virtual replicas of residential schools

CALGARY — A new project from the University of Calgary is creating 3D digital records of some Alberta residential schools.
Police did not entrap men in child sex cases, Supreme Court of Canada rules

Police did not entrap men in child sex cases, Supreme Court of Canada rules

OTTAWA — A Toronto-area police force did not entrap men in an operation aimed at buyers of sexual services from children, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled.
Sajjan mum on human rights during World Cup visit to Qatar

Sajjan mum on human rights during World Cup visit to Qatar

OTTAWA — International Development Minister Harjit Sajjan is facing opposition criticism because he did not make a public statement about human rights during his visit to Qatar for the World Cup.
Rights groups optimistic about selection of police chief who opposes racial profiling

Rights groups optimistic about selection of police chief who opposes racial profiling

MONTREAL — Civil rights groups that have condemned racial profiling by Montreal police officers say they're pleased with the selection of Fady Dagher as the city's new police chief.
Alleged Chinese spy detained in Quebec seeks bail, says he wants to clear name

Alleged Chinese spy detained in Quebec seeks bail, says he wants to clear name

LONGUEUIL, Que. — A former employee of Quebec's power utility charged with spying on behalf of China denied on Thursday that he is a flight risk and said he intends to remain in Canada to fight the charges.
Quebec study confirms practice of forced sterilizations of Indigenous women

Quebec study confirms practice of forced sterilizations of Indigenous women

MONTREAL — There have been at least 22 cases of forced sterilization of First Nations and Inuit women in Quebec since 1980, a university study released Thursday concluded.
Mounties in southern Alberta help owner round up ostriches that escaped from a pen

Mounties in southern Alberta help owner round up ostriches that escaped from a pen

TABER, Alta. — RCMP in southern Alberta had an unusual chase this morning after 20 ostriches escaped their pen. Mounties say in a statement that they started receiving reports just before 8 a.m. about the birds on the road near Taber, Alta.
An economic threat is a national threat, Freeland tells inquiry into Emergencies Act

An economic threat is a national threat, Freeland tells inquiry into Emergencies Act

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland drew a direct link between Canada’s economic and national security on Thursday, as she defended her government’s decision to declare a public order emergency to end the "Freedom Convoy" protests.
Suicide of Vancouver police officer will be subject of coroner's inquest

Suicide of Vancouver police officer will be subject of coroner's inquest

VICTORIA — The events leading up to the suicide of a 30-year-old Vancouver police officer will be the subject of a coroner's inquest next month. A lawsuit filed on behalf of Const.
Long-term rate hikes effects will be 'more powerful' than people think: Poloz

Long-term rate hikes effects will be 'more powerful' than people think: Poloz

OTTAWA — The full effects of interest rate hikes have yet to be felt — and will be "even more powerful" than many anticipate, said former Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz Thursday in a speech about ways Canada can chart a path toward economic gr