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CANADA

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WORLD / FOCUS
Oct 28, 2022
Once wary of immigrants, Canadian town sends out global labor SOS
The town council's once deep-seated fear over accommodating immigrants at the expense of its French-speaking Quebec identity has given way to a more pressing concern.
Japan Times
WORLD / Crime & Legal
Oct 22, 2022
Canada bans new handgun sales in latest gun control action
Regulations prohibiting the sale, purchase or transfer of handguns within Canada took effect on Friday.
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Rugby
Oct 16, 2022
Unbeaten Canada too good for Italy at Women's Rugby World Cup
Tuttosi scored two of the Canucks' four tries as they shook off a nightmare start to make it two bonus point wins from two games.
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WORLD
Oct 13, 2022
At the gateway to the Arctic, a world in turmoil
Due to global warming, ice no longer covers the Hudson Bay for as long each winter, forcing the polar bears to spend more time on land and nearer to humans.
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MORE SPORTS
Oct 12, 2022
Rape scandal triggers exit of Hockey Canada chief and board
It was recently revealed in the media that Hockey Canada had two slush funds to settle payments for victims of sexual assault, and the organization has lost several of its top sponsors.
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JAPAN
Oct 11, 2022
Japan and Canada to begin talks on intelligence-sharing pact
Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi and his Canadian counterpart, Melanie Joly, have announced the two nations' 'action plan' toward realizing a free and open Indo-Pacific.
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WORLD / Politics
Oct 2, 2022
Immigration and identity shape election in French-speaking Quebec
Quebec Premier Francois Legault made his views clear at the outset of the campaign: unchecked immigration by non-French speakers risks undermining social cohesion.
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WORLD
Oct 1, 2022
Receding ice leaves Canada's polar bears at rising risk
Global warming is affecting the Arctic three times as fast as other parts of the world and sea ice, the habitat of the polar bear, is gradually disappearing.
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WORLD
Sep 25, 2022
Fiona ravages Canada's east coast, causing 'terrifying' destruction
Federal assistance has already been approved for Nova Scotia, Trudeau said, and more requests are expected.
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WORLD / Crime & Legal
Sep 8, 2022
Suspect in Canada mass stabbing dies after arrest
The suspect, 32-year-old Myles Sanderson, went into medical distress shortly after his arrest on Wednesday afternoon, the police said.
Japan Times
WORLD
Sep 7, 2022
Suspect in deadly mass stabbings eludes Canadian manhunt for third day
Two brothers are suspected of killing 10 people in a stabbing rampage in the James Smith Cree reserve and nearby village of Weldon, roiling an indigenous community of 3,400 people.
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WORLD
Sep 5, 2022
Canada hunts suspects in stabbing spree that killed 10 and wounded 15
The stabbings across 13 crime scenes were among the deadliest mass killings in modern Canadian history and certain to reverberate throughout the country.
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BUSINESS
Aug 31, 2022
This decade's oil boom is moving offshore — way offshore
Surging oil prices are encouraging the investments, along with mounting European energy demand as the Ukraine-Russia war drags on.
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WORLD
Aug 5, 2022
Canadian village razed by wildfire wrestles with climate-proofing its future
A year after a wildfire destroyed the western Canadian village of Lytton, residents, municipal leaders, and the British Columbia government are grappling with the slow and costly reality of future-proofing a community against climate change.
Japan Times
WORLD / Crime & Legal
Jul 30, 2022
In fighting gun crime, Canada has an American problem
A recent case has highlighted the leading role Texas plays in the smuggling of guns used for violence in Canada, and how firearms tracing can help combat that trade.
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WORLD
Jul 29, 2022
For abuse survivors struggling to heal, Pope's visit to Canada 'not enough'
Some have called for Indigenous people to be allowed access to records of what happened in Catholic schools, and for the return of Indigenous artifacts from Vatican museums.
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Jul 28, 2022
Victims rights advocate Sheldon Kennedy calls for top Hockey Canada officials to resign
Former NHL player and victims rights advocate Sheldon Kennedy on Tuesday called for the resignation of Hockey Canada's leadership team in the wake of sexual assault allegations involving two national junior teams.
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WORLD
Jul 28, 2022
Trudeau spars with farmers on climate plan, risking grain output
The tension comes as efforts to cut carbon dioxide emissions related to energy are lagging, so policymakers are increasingly looking to other sectors, including agriculture.
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Jul 24, 2022
Canada stun United States to win men's 4x100 relay gold
The Americans looked set to retain their crown until the last changeover between Elijah Hall and Marvin Bracy, who lost time with a slow exchange.
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Jul 20, 2022
Canada's Houle dedicates stage 16 triumph to brother killed in hit-and-run
Jonas Vingegaard of Jumbo retained the overall lead from defending champion Tadej Pogacar and Geraint Thomas of Ineos as the Tour entered the Pyrenees.

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