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Contaminated water pumped into...

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A manmade disaster was made even worse by nature Wednesday night, as a severe thunderstorm hit Mayflower, Arkansas spreading the Exxon Mobil oil spill to the yards of homes along the cove and the...

Environmental

Paul Simon lends voice to B.C....

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Ad released on 24th anniversary of Exxon Valdez spill Singer Paul Simon has added his voice to the lobby against oil tanker traffic on the west coast in a haunting new television commercial released...

Residential

Remembering residential school...

Remembering residential school survivor Charlie Delorme
He was a man of few words, but Charlie had a lifetime of experiences that taught him the importance of giving back to his community, specifically to the children and youth.  One could consider...

Rights

Legendary Chief Crowfoot’s...

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By Allison Dempster, CBC News Regalia that belonged to Chief Crowfoot, a legendary Blackfoot leader, may soon return home after sitting in a British museum for more than a century. The Royal Albert...

Shell

Protesters set up teepees at...

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By Marie-Danielle Smith | ottawacitizen.com Aboriginal protesters have set up teepees and are inviting passersby to learn more about native history as part of an “occupation” in Gatineau after...

West Coast

certifed class-action lawsuit...

certifed class-action lawsuit against lottery corporation
VANCOUVER – Two problem gamblers who enrolled in a program that barred them from government-run casinos can go ahead with a class-action lawsuit to try to get their winnings back, says a B.C....
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