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Small Ontario town votes to take in Canada’s nuclear waste

Small Ontario town votes to take in Canada’s nuclear waste

Ignace council approves proposal for $26B underground depository, final decision pending
AFN chiefs told to expect $47.8B federal child-welfare deal

AFN chiefs told to expect $47.8B federal child-welfare deal

Source says total — more than twice what was originally expected — shared behind closed doors
McGill University says encampment at downtown campus being dismantled

McGill University says encampment at downtown campus being dismantled

‘This camp was not a peaceful protest’: university president
Israeli arms firm taking Canada to court after contract disqualification

Israeli arms firm taking Canada to court after contract disqualification

Elbit Security Systems says it is not getting ‘a full and fair opportunity to compete’
‘Torrential’ rain warning as Hurricane Beryl remnants hit Canada

‘Torrential’ rain warning as Hurricane Beryl remnants hit Canada

Environment Canada tells southern Ontario and Quebec to expect downpour
Alice Munro’s alma mater, hometown reconsidering legacy

Alice Munro’s alma mater, hometown reconsidering legacy

Literary icon’s daughter says mom kept silent when stepfather sexually abused her
Co-leader Jonathan Pedneault resigns from federal Green Party

Co-leader Jonathan Pedneault resigns from federal Green Party

Elizabeth May left as party’s sole leader, confirms her intent to run again
Western Canada heat wave to stretch into Saskatchewan, then Manitoba

Western Canada heat wave to stretch into Saskatchewan, then Manitoba

Weather conditions over B.C. the past few days are heading east
Trudeau at NATO leaders’ summit as Russia escalates Ukraine aggression

Trudeau at NATO leaders’ summit as Russia escalates Ukraine aggression

Canada will also be facing questions on its record on defence spending
Climate change made record-breaking heat wave ‘much more likely’

Climate change made record-breaking heat wave ‘much more likely’

First-of-its-kind analysis says human action made recent Eastern Canada conditions ‘much more likely’