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Your Ward News antisemitic and misogynist hatemongers lose conviction appeal

Your Ward News antisemitic and misogynist hatemongers lose conviction appeal

TORONTO — Two men in charge of an extremist publication lost their appeal Monday of a conviction for promoting hatred against women and Jews, with the judge also upholding their sentences.
Communities grapple with what to do with former residential and day schools

Communities grapple with what to do with former residential and day schools

The national spotlight on residential schools is also highlighting a difficult question facing some communities over what to do with the buildings that have been left behind.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Monday, June 14, 2021

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Monday, June 14, 2021

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 4:00 a.m. ET on Monday June 14, 2021. There are 1,402,126 confirmed cases in Canada. _ Canada: 1,402,126 confirmed cases (16,955 active, 1,359,240 resolved, 25,931 deaths).
A look at COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada on Monday, June 14, 2021

A look at COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada on Monday, June 14, 2021

The latest numbers on COVID-19 vaccinations in Canada as of 4:00 a.m. ET on Monday June 14, 2021. In Canada, the provinces are reporting 383,285 new vaccinations administered for a total of 29,008,156 doses given.
Conservative MP Tim Uppal sorry for role in 'divisiveness' of Harper-era policies

Conservative MP Tim Uppal sorry for role in 'divisiveness' of Harper-era policies

OTTAWA — A former Conservative cabinet minister is apologizing for not pushing against his party's culturally divisive policies of the Stephen Harper era, including an effort to ban face coverings during citizenship ceremonies.
Indigenous people can now reclaim traditional names on their passports and other ID

Indigenous people can now reclaim traditional names on their passports and other ID

OTTAWA — When survivor Peter Nakogee first went to St. Anne's Residential School in Fort Albany, Ont., he spoke no English and had a different name. "I got the nun really mad that I was writing in Cree.

Mourning a Mountie and Trudeau in Brussels: In The News for June 14

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of June 14 ... What we are watching in Canada ... WOLSELEY, Sask.
Canadian producers hoping U.S. eases cannabis prohibitions nervously eyeing calendar

Canadian producers hoping U.S. eases cannabis prohibitions nervously eyeing calendar

WASHINGTON — Canada's cannabis industry, banking on the chance to expand into the United States, is nervously eyeing the American political calendar and the Biden administration's narrow legislative window to ease federal prohibitions on recreational
Canada to receive 9.5M vaccine doses this week thanks to influx of Moderna shots

Canada to receive 9.5M vaccine doses this week thanks to influx of Moderna shots

OTTAWA — Canada is poised to receive around 9.5 million COVID-19 vaccine doses this week thanks to a massive infusion of shots from Moderna. The federal government says the Massachusetts-based pharmaceutical firm will deliver a total of 7.
Police, residents in rural Saskatchewan mourn death of Mountie during traffic stop

Police, residents in rural Saskatchewan mourn death of Mountie during traffic stop

WOLSELEY, Sask. — A province mourned the loss of a slain RCMP officer on Sunday, remembering the Mountie as a compassionate fixture of his rural Saskatchewan community. Const.