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In the News...

Meet remarkable Canadians graduating from high school's class of 2018

Kardeisha Provo

CBC tracked down some truly exceptional students graduating from high schools across the country this month who are making a difference in their communities. Here are their stories.

Federal officials felt 'pressured' to direct frigate repair work to Halifax: documents

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Federal officials overseeing the country’s shipbuilding program warned the Liberal government that they were being leaned on to steer up to $1.2 billion worth of repair and upgrade work on naval frigates toward the Irving-owned Halifax Shipyard, internal documents reveal.

With Trump as commander-in-chief, Canada's dithering on procurement becomes intolerable

Canadian Armed Forces Facebook page

A well-equipped Canadian air force — and entire military, for that matter — is both a practical necessity, as well as a symbolic imperative. We must be ready to act, as well as be seen to be ready to act, along with our allies.

A new leg helps build a new life for a soccer-playing 10-year-old Syrian refugee

Ahmed El Ahmar

A soccer program in Winnipeg is demonstrating how important the sport is for refugee children trying to make a new life in Canada — even for a boy who lost a leg in the Syrian conflict.

Uncertain future for Canada's brave new world of legal cannabis: Don Pittis

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Legal weed has created a wave of business euphoria, but for many the new pot economy could end in tears.

RCMP faces $1.1B lawsuit over bullying, harassment claims dating back decades

RCMP Sgt Todd Gray

Canada’s national police force is facing a mammoth $1.1 billion lawsuit — believed to be the biggest in the force’s history — over bullying and harassment claims that could eventually represent thousands of male and female RCMP officers, civilian staff, and even volunteers dating back decades.

Revenue agency falling behind as uncollected taxes owed rise to $44 billion

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A $352 million collection program launched by the Liberals has not stopped the growth in the tax debt - the amount of taxes Canadians acknowledge owing to Ottawa but have not paid. The tax debt hit a record $44 billion in March and is set to rise to more than $47 billion by 2020, an internal document shows.

Einstein is proven right yet again — this time on a galactic scale

Gravitational lensing Einstein

Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity has been proven accurate in the Milky Way. Now, a group of international scientists has evidence it applies in galaxies far, far away.

Algeria abandons 13,000 migrants in the Sahara

Sahara Walk Or Die

Algeria has abandoned more than 13,000 people in the Sahara Desert over the past 14 months, including pregnant women and children, expelling them without food or water and forcing them to walk, sometimes at gunpoint, under a blistering sun. Some never make it out alive.

Toronto Pride in pictures: A collage of celebration and grief

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Thousands descended on Toronto's downtown core to march in the city's Pride parade, turning what was an otherwise dreary, grey day into a rainbow of celebration.

Source: CBC | Top Stories News