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Experts raise concern over latest network outage in Atlantic Canada

By The Canadian Press Bell says last Friday’s outage, which wiped out cell service across the four Atlantic provinces, was caused by an accident related to construction. That has some experts worried. Click for Full Story:

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MMIWG families slam ‘colonial’ inquiry process, demand hard reset

By Kathleen Harris Dozens of family members, activists and academics have written an open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau demanding the “deeply misguided” inquiry into murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls be scrapped and restarted with a new panel of commissioners. Click for Full Story:

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Oilsands ponds largely abandoned by mining monitors, says U of A bird biologist

By CBC News Oilsands giants like Syncrude are putting wildlife at risk by leaving dormant runoff ponds unmonitored, says a biologist who specializes in deterring birds from tailings ponds. Click for Full Story:

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Prison guards in Alberta overdosing on Fentanyl during searches ‘a huge problem’

By Meghan Grant Prison guards in Alberta are overdosing on Fentanyl during searches and there is a real concern that the next exposure could be fatal. In the past three weeks, seven guards at two institutions have been exposed. Narcan, a medicine used to treat opioid overdoses, was administered in both incidents. Click for Full Story:

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‘Oh boy we’ve got something’: Girl, 5, finds possible ancient bison tooth at Riding Mountain National Park

By CBC News When five-year-old Sylvia Huska was digging through the sand at a beach in Riding Mountain National Park the last thing she expected was to be on an archaeological dig. Click for Full Story:

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Winning 1 seat in Ontario election would be breakthrough, Green Party says

By Muriel Draaisma The Green Party of Ontario hopes to win at least one seat in the Ontario legislature in the 2018 election. It is pinning its hopes on Guelph and its leader says that single seat would constitute a political breakthrough. Click for Full Story:

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Some Ottawa-area homeowners seeking flood relief feel ignored by province

By David Rockne Corrigan A pair of homeowners whose homes were flooded in the spring are speaking out against the province, saying the government has been ignoring their calls for help with their applications for relief funds. Click for Full Story:

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