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‘A bit more meaningful’: Econoline Crush singer describes nursing career

‘A bit more meaningful’: Econoline Crush singer describes nursing career

The singer was living in Vancouver when a neighbour prompted him to consider a career shift
Tory MP walks back comments on First Nations water plants amid criticism

Tory MP walks back comments on First Nations water plants amid criticism

Indigenous Services Minister says there’s no place in the House of Commons for the kind of rhetoric
Opioid 25 times more powerful than fentanyl detected in Quebec City region

Opioid 25 times more powerful than fentanyl detected in Quebec City region

Health Canada first detected the substance in 2023
Federal government signs $3.1-billion health accord deal with Ontario

Federal government signs $3.1-billion health accord deal with Ontario

British Columbia, Alberta, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia have also signed deals
Canadians won’t be fooled by Putin propaganda on Ukraine, Trudeau says

Canadians won’t be fooled by Putin propaganda on Ukraine, Trudeau says

Putin has claimed that he invaded Ukraine to defeat neo-Nazis
Treaty 4 First Nations suing Ottawa over $5 annuity payments

Treaty 4 First Nations suing Ottawa over $5 annuity payments

Suit alleges Ottawa has not kept its end of the bargain over annuity payments in nearly 150 years
PM hints at tougher penalties for car thieves as feds seek ideas at national summit

PM hints at tougher penalties for car thieves as feds seek ideas at national summit

Trudeau says Canadian vehicles are turning up in places like Ghana and Nigeria
Top court upholds Indigenous right to sole authority over child protection

Top court upholds Indigenous right to sole authority over child protection

Canada’s supreme court upholds law that gave First Nations jurisdiction over family services
One third of Canadians using AI, two thirds of them scared of it: poll

One third of Canadians using AI, two thirds of them scared of it: poll

Leger poll also reports a wide divide between younger adults and those over 55
Poilievre touts new industry tax as a path forward for Canada’s First Nations

Poilievre touts new industry tax as a path forward for Canada’s First Nations

Conservative leader also pledges to fix broken access-to-information system, release more faster
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