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Libraries in Canada hit by wave of hate, threats, as right-wing groups protest all-age drag events
Family-friendly drag events across Canada, many hosted by municipal libraries, have been targeted by a deluge of hateful comments and threats this Pride month, prompting multiple police investigations and renewed concerns about the safety of the LGBTQ community.
Her husband died awaiting surgery delayed by the pandemic. She says N.S. health care is broken
Mark Clarke died in February, the day before he was supposed to have cardiac surgery that had already been delayed due to a lack of available ICU beds. His widow, Gay Clarke, believes the province's health-care system is broken.
Canada can now seize, sell off Russian assets. What's next?
G7 leaders meet as budget bill's passage gives cabinet new power to redistribute sanctioned property
Parents, caregivers face new juggling act as employers evaluate work-from-home policies
The ability to keep a close eye on loved ones has been important to many people who have been juggling their family and employment responsibilities in the same space over the course of the pandemic.
South African police believe 21 dead at tavern likely consumed illicit substance
South African authorities investigating 21 teenagers found dead at an east coast tavern over the weekend said on Monday the youths were probably killed by something they ate, drank or smoked, ruling out the earlier-touted possibility of a stampede.
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Quebec family forms a special bond with physician after death of their youngest son
Zelensky asks G7 leaders for better air defences and tougher sanctions on Russia
Protests are coming back for Canada Day — and officials don't want a repeat of winter chaos
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