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Montreal to honour Indigenous history with name change for Amherst Street

Montreal to honour Indigenous history with name change for Amherst Street

Montreal will officially change the name of Amherst Street on Friday to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day. A spokesman for Mayor Valerie Plante says the new name will honour someone of Indigenous significance.
Boys and Girls Clubs to get free supply of opioid overdose-reversing spray

Boys and Girls Clubs to get free supply of opioid overdose-reversing spray

CALGARY — Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada locations across the country are getting a free supply of an opioid overdose-reversing drug.
In the news today, June 19

In the news today, June 19

Five stories in the news for Wednesday, June 19 ——— FIRST NATION PLANS LEGAL CHALLENGE OF PIPELINE EXPANSION A British Columbia First Nation is promising a legal challenge of the federal government's decision to approve the Trans Mountain pipeline ex
Federal cabinet ministers visit Edmonton, Calgary, in wake of TMX approval

Federal cabinet ministers visit Edmonton, Calgary, in wake of TMX approval

EDMONTON — Two federal cabinet ministers are making appearances in Alberta today following the Trudeau government's controversial second approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Who should bear the financial risk of flooding? Report lays out three options

Who should bear the financial risk of flooding? Report lays out three options

OTTAWA — The federal government could help mitigate the cost of flood damage by creating a "high-risk" insurance pool to help lift the burden off the public purse, says a report released Tuesday by the Insurance Bureau of Canada.

Who said what about the Liberals' decision to go ahead with Trans Mountain

OTTAWA — There was swift reaction Tuesday to the decision by the Trudeau Liberals to give the go-ahead to the Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion.
Trans Mountain pipeline expansion gets second green light from Ottawa

Trans Mountain pipeline expansion gets second green light from Ottawa

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau gave Canada's controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion a second lease on life Tuesday, framing the decision in starkly political terms that portrayed his Liberal government as best positioned to walk the narrow tightrop
RCMP seeks names of potential victims of coerced sterilization, Lucki says

RCMP seeks names of potential victims of coerced sterilization, Lucki says

OTTAWA — The RCMP is seeking the names of potential victims of coerced sterilization procedures and wants lawyers to help in the process, RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki said Tuesday.
Police name three men arrested after shooting at Raptors victory rally

Police name three men arrested after shooting at Raptors victory rally

Toronto police have released the identities of three men who were arrested after a shooting on Monday that sent part of the crowd scurrying for cover during a celebration for the Raptors' historic NBA win.

Appeal court increases sentence for Maple Leaf Gardens abuser to 10 years

TORONTO — The man at the heart of the Maple Leaf Gardens sexual abuse scandal will now face close to a decade in prison after Ontario's highest court found his original sentence was inadequate given the "staggering" magnitude of his crimes.