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Quebec sex assault case against Peter Nygard needs to move forward, Crown says

The Crown says it wants the Quebec sexual assault case involving Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard to proceed more quickly.

Ottawa to propose 10-year health-care funding plan to provinces, territories

The federal government will propose a decade-long plan to fund and reform the health-care system when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with the premiers in Ottawa on Tuesday, according to sources with knowledge of the plan.

Alberta's reliance on contract nurses could further erode health-care system, critics say

Alberta hospitals and health-care centres have become increasingly dependent on private staffing agencies to stay functional — a trend that critics say must stop before it erodes a beleaguered public workforce.

Sask. small-town hockey rink with descending 'catwalk' onto ice grabs internet's attention

A video of a 95-year-old hockey rink in a small Saskatchewan town is being shared widely on social media due to a unique "drawbridge" from the dressing rooms onto the ice.

'Beating heart' of Concordia's Science College was den mother to generations of young scientists

Lillian Jackson forged a lifelong relationship with Concordia University over five decades, first as a student then as assistant principal at the Science College, knocking down barriers and helping to shape countless lives and careers.

Canada isn't doing enough to protect horses flown to Japan for slaughter, advocates say

Animal welfare advocates have filed a legal complaint with Ottawa after a December 2022 shipment of live horses to Japan exceeded the legal 28-hour limit without food, water or rest. However, the exporter says all parties made the decision to continue the shipment in the best interest of the horses.

4.2-magnitude earthquake near Buffalo, N.Y., felt in southern Ontario

An earthquake near Buffalo, N.Y., with a preliminary magnitude of 4.2, was "lightly felt" in parts of southern Ontario Monday morning, according to Earthquakes Canada.

B.C. woman says 'door is shut in our faces' as she fights for sister's mental health care

For the past 13 years, Kala Hooker has tried every legal option to be involved in the care of her sister Kora-lea, who has bipolar disorder and has been in and out of hospitals and treatment centres across B.C., Alberta, the U.S., Haiti and Jamaica.

National Arts Centre's first 'Black Out' night sparks debate — and backlash

Changes to how the National Arts Centre is promoting an upcoming night focusing on its Black audience has sparked debate about the federally funded arts venue's approach to inclusivity.

'Just a crazy day': More than 30 systems hit by major network crash at The Ottawa Hospital

According to internal records obtained by CBC News, more than 30 computer systems were impacted at The Ottawa Hospital during a 12-hour network failure last summer that halted surgeries and medical appointments.

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