Ottawa starts work on alert system for missing Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people | CBC News
Ottawa is beginning consultations today on creating a public alert system for missing Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people, as some advocates call on the federal government to expand emergency notifications for all Indigenous people.
Prominent Iranian rapper Toomaj arrested again by regime forces, his whereabouts unknown | CBC News
Prominent Iranian rapper Toomaj Salehi, an outspoken critic of the Iranian regime, has been arrested again less than two weeks after being freed on bail, after spending more than a year in prison, according to a close confidante.
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ANALYSIS | An Indigo bookstore was vandalized because of the CEO's support for Israel. Is that a hate crime? | CBC News
The vandalism of an Indigo book store in Toronto illustrates the challenges that may come with both defining antisemitism, and when anti-Israel actions or sentiment cross the line from legitimate protest to hate.
A toast — to Newfoundland’s first homegrown whisky
The Newfoundland Distillery Co. in Clarke’s Beach now has a whisky that took seven years to bring to the glass: four to plan and then another three to sit in the barrels. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the launch.
As temperatures rise, dengue fever infections keep surging around the world | CBC News
The explosive spread of dengue offers a case study in how climate change, human movement, and rising temperatures are all coaligning to fuel the expansion of potentially deadly threats to human health.
Quebec withdraws from Family reunification program | CBC News
Members of Montreal's Haitian community are calling on the Legault government to rethink its decision to withdraw from a federal family reunification program specifically aimed at Haitian, Colombians and Venezuelans.
Chad Allan, founding member of The Guess Who, dead at 80 | CBC News
Chad Allan, a Winnipeg-born, multi-talented musician who shared a stage with some of Canada's rock greats and hosted CBC's Let's Go music program, has died at the age of 80.
Why weren’t we believed?
Allegations of sexual assault against actor Nathan Chasing Horse were made as early as 2005 in Alberta. Charges were filed against him in the U.S. earlier this year, while women in three Canadian provinces have come forward with similar allegations.