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Melanie Mark, 39, stands outside her former subsidized housing building near Commercial Drive operated by Lu'ma Native Housing Society, where she once lived as a post-secondary student and single...
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2015/06/30 04:54
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Education a key element to redressing the past and building the future EDITOR’S NOTE: The 94 recommendations of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), chaired by Justice Murray Sinclair,...
2015/06/30 00:40
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Hermann Nieweler was an immigrant carpenter who became a hotelier by accident and later still became proprietor, also by accident, of one of the best-known jazz clubs in Canada. His eponymous...
2015/06/27 16:31
2015/06/27 16:31
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The Canadian Historical Exhibition stirs nationalist sentiment in June 1899. When the Canadian Historical Exhibition opened at Toronto’s Victoria College in June 1899, journalists hailed that its...
2015/06/27 11:39
2015/06/27 11:39
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When Stephen Fay isn’t in his office on the 17th floor of a Bank of Montreal tower in Toronto, chances are he’s at a business meeting far away from Bay Street’s skyscrapers. “Let me tell you a...
2015/06/27 00:20
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Canada's new Polar Medal announced this week by Gov. Gen. David Johnston is a cool idea for Barrie resident Dr. Ken Hedges. As part of the Canadian Honours System, the medal will celebrate the...
2015/06/26 20:55
2015/06/26 20:55
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With a full-time, above minimum-wage job, Vancouver single mom Kerrigan might not seem like an obvious candidate for social housing. But with market rents running to half her income -- way above...
2015/06/26 19:25
2015/06/26 19:25
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TORONTO—Canadian Blood Services officially launched a national public cord-blood bank yesterday, with the goal of collecting and preserving samples that reflect the country’s broad ethnic...
2015/06/26 07:42
2015/06/26 07:42
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... allowed a past they don’t care to mention,” sings Bill Callahan in his 2011 song America!. For European film-makers however, delving into America’s murky past has created some of the most...
2015/06/26 00:43
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O Canada! Land of the beaver, the goose, bear and moose, the maple, caribou, mountie and loon. Such a landscape of vast space – the second biggest of any nation in the world, behind Russia, but larger...
2015/06/25 23:17
2015/06/25 23:17
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Times Contributor Hundreds of people gathered in Douglas Park in Langley on Sunday to mark National Aboriginal Day, a day of celebration created in 1996 to recognize the heritage, culture and...
2015/06/25 21:09
2015/06/25 21:09
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2015/06/25 18:54
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Joey Arrigo remembers being wowed by his first Cirque du Soleil show at the age of 12. The Canadian dancer had seen about five Cirque shows by the time he made his debut last year in Kooza. "I knew,...
2015/06/25 00:03
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ASHEBORO, NC (Press Release) – The North Carolina Zoo is proud to announce that Anana, its 15-year-old female polar bear, will welcome a new companion this winter. Nikita, an 8-year-old male polar...
2015/06/24 18:24
2015/06/24 18:24
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Special to The Record Every July a few thousand music-loving Vancouver Islanders converge in Courtenay for what many regard as their favourite festival of the year. And standing tall amidst that...
2015/06/24 15:14
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Seasonal migrant workers are the backbone of our agricultural industry and important members of the community. The Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library needs your help to serve them better and make...
2015/06/24 04:54
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Truth and Reconciliation recommendations seek justice for the survivors EDITOR’S NOTE: The 94 recommendations of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Committee (TRC), chaired by Justice Murray Sinclair,...
2015/06/24 04:54
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... Betty Bardswich MONUMENT ROAD— Decoration Day services were held at the Manitoulin District Cenotaph on Monument Road on June 7 with a large number of participants and audience members. As Member...
2015/06/24 00:26
2015/06/24 00:26
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For Wood Buffalo’s aboriginal leaders, Premier Rachel Notley’s apology for residential schools brought renewed hope for the future as she also called for an inquiry into missing and murdered...
2015/06/23 06:48
2015/06/23 06:48
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Close to 300 Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario elementary school students gathered at the École secondaire du Sacré-Cœur field (Sudbury) on June 19, to take part in a traditional pow-wow...
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