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National parks to open campgrounds for existing reservations next week

National parks to open campgrounds for existing reservations next week

OTTAWA — The federal environment minister says Canadians who have campground reservations in some national parks will be allowed to pitch their tents and pull in their trailers starting next week.
People have a right to capture footage of police on the job, say legal experts

People have a right to capture footage of police on the job, say legal experts

Legal and privacy experts have a unified message for Canadians leery of facing threats or consequences for filming police interactions with the public — the law is on your side.
Researchers crack mystery of dinosaur eggs missing from fossil record

Researchers crack mystery of dinosaur eggs missing from fossil record

CALGARY — Researchers believe they have cracked the mystery of why fossilized eggs of only a few types of dinosaurs have been found.
More women join lawsuit against Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard

More women join lawsuit against Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard

More women have added their names to a class-action lawsuit alleging they were sexually assaulted by Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard. Eleven women recently joined the lawsuit, filed in the U.S.

Police say no charges stemming from racist video allegedly created by Montreal teens

Montreal police say two teens allegedly behind a racist video that has circulated widely online this week won't face criminal charges. Const.

List of national parks reopening campgrounds starting next week

Parks Canada says camping will be allowed as early as Monday at 31 national parks across the country.
A look at how provinces plan to emerge from COVID-19 shutdown

A look at how provinces plan to emerge from COVID-19 shutdown

Provinces have been releasing plans for easing restrictions that were put in place to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Last survivor of 1958 disaster won't let COVID-19 stop him from honouring dead

Last survivor of 1958 disaster won't let COVID-19 stop him from honouring dead

VANCOUVER — A sunny afternoon instantly turned dark for Lucien Lessard on June 17, 1958, as he plunged into the ocean when a support collapsed on a bridge being constructed between Vancouver and North Vancouver.
5 things to know about Quebec watchdog probing N.B. police shootings

5 things to know about Quebec watchdog probing N.B. police shootings

MONTREAL — Quebec's police watchdog, the Bureau des enquetes independantes, is investigating two recent police shootings of Indigenous people in New Brunswick.
Metis minister 'revolted' by police brutality against Indigenous People

Metis minister 'revolted' by police brutality against Indigenous People

OTTAWA — Northern Affairs Minister Dan Vandal says he has been revolted by recent videotaped examples of "police brutality" against Indigenous People in Canada.
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