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National Aboriginal Day was celebrated in the nation’s capital with Prime Minister Trudeau making a gesture towards Truth and Reconciliation and a pledge to strengthen the relationship between Canada and its Indigenous Peoples.
After eight summers without a Monday print edition, the National Post will be cutting the edition year-round.
The residents of Alderwood are finally getting a grocery store to replace the one they lost in 2015.
Runners across the city can tie up their shoes for Global Running Day on June 7.
The Liberal government proposed a bill on Tuesday to modernize sexual assault law, including clarifying consent, in the first update to the provisions in 25 years.
Ontario has dished out $200K to the annual Redpath Waterfront Festival, $121k of that being invested into bringing in the world’s largest rubber duckie.
A new study from Statistics Canada says that on average, Canadians are earning more than their parents.
Chef Jagger Gordon is changing the way Canadians view expiring food, one charitable meal at a time.
More than 20,000 people helped raise about $900,000 in the 48th annual United Jewish Appeal Walk with Israel at Coronation Park in downtown Toronto on Monday morning.
The 13th World Congress on Endometriosis is taking place in Vancouver following the Endometriosis Marches last weekend.