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95 feed Ship stuck in Suez Canal forbidden from leaving Egypt until $900M bill is paid - about 3 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/suez-canal-ever-given-1.5985482?cmp=rss
Egyptian authorities impounded a massive cargo vessel that blocked the Suez Canal last month amid a financial dispute with its ow... (continue)
news/business
95 feed Japan to start releasing treated radioactive water from Fukushima nuclear plant into sea in 2 years - about 3 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/japan-fukushima-water-release-plan-1.5985407?cmp=rss
Japan's government has decided to start releasing treated radioactive water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean in two years.
news/technology & science
95 feed 'Systemic discrimination' contributed to failings in Toronto police missing-person cases, report finds - about 4 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/toronto-police-missing-persons-1.5985326?cmp=rss
An independent review of the Toronto police force's handling of missing-person cases, including the victims of serial killer Bruce McArthur, has found that "systemic discrimination" contributed to failings in a number of investigations.
news/canada/toronto
95 feed Resistance to Alberta's COVID-19 health restrictions is growing, experts warn - about 6 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmonton/alberta-covid-enforcement-health-restrictions-1.5984275?cmp=rss
A church west of Edmonton, the scene of a large protest Sunday after it was forcibly closed by Alberta Health Services last week, has become emblematic of a widening fissure in Alberta.
news/canada/edmonton
95 feed Laurentian University community reeling from massive staff and program cuts - about 10 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/sudbury/laurentian-university-job-program-cuts-reaction-1.5984577?cmp=rss
Monday was one of the worst days on record for the Laurentian University community, with the news some 100 professors lost their jobs and dozens of programs were axed leaving... (continue)
news/canada/sudbury
95 feed State actors are looking to join political parties to 'exert influence,' chair of security committee warns - about 11 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/election-espionage-security-mcguinty-1.5984361?cmp=rss
Foreign governments are looking to meddle in Canada's democratic institutions and the government's foreign interference warning system should alert Canadians to state actors' "traditional" election tricks, says the chair of one of Canada's national security committees.
news/politics
95 feed NASA prepares for a historic helicopter flight — on Mars - about 11 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/mars-perseverance-ingenuity-1.5981971?cmp=rss
Roughly 278 million kilometres away, a small, 1.8 kilogram helicopter is waiting t... (continue)
news/technology & science
95 feed Red Cross distributes nearly $6.2M to families after N.S. mass shooting - about 11 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/red-cross-mass-shooting-stronger-together-funds-distributed-1.5984300?cmp=rss
After people donated about $6.2 million to the Stronger Together fund, the Red Cross met with families who lost loved ones and distributed the donations based on people's circumstances and needs.
news/canada/nova scotia
95 feed New federal budget needs to deliver on government's social finance and innovation commitments - about 11 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/opinion/opinion-social-innovation-finance-federal-budget-1.5981221?cmp=rss
As we look for solutions to pressing crises – from climate change to the global pandemic – social innovation and social finance should be in our government's toolkit, write Victor Beausoleil, Marie J. Bouchard and Carole Anne Hilton.
news/opinion
95 feed COVID-19 vaccination won't break your fast this Ramadan, say experts - about 11 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/london/vaccines-ramadan-muslim-community-1.5983962?cmp=rss
As Muslims begin their second month-long fast under a COVID-19 Ontario-wide lockdown — but this time with vaccines available — some wonder whether they should be getting the shot while fasting.
news/canada/london
95 feed 22-yr-old Winnipeg man hospitalized with coronavirus variant hopes his story will serve as warning - about 16 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/22-year-old-hospitalized-coronavirus-variant-wfpcbc-cbc-1.5984962?cmp=rss
A 22-year-old Winnipeg man who spent nine days in hospital with COVID-19 has a warning for young people — you're not invincible.
news/canada/manitoba
95 feed Defence minister denies withholding funds for security conference over Taiwan award - about 16 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/taiwan-security-form-standoff-1.5984974?cmp=rss
Canada's defence minister has denied withholding funding from a major security conference over its plan to give Taiwan's president a major international award. Harjit Sajjan says ... (continue)
news/politics
95 feed The National On Demand: Inside an ICU; Ontario closes schools | April 12, 2021 - about 17 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/the-national-on-demand-inside-an-icu-ontario-closes-schools-april-12-2021-1.5985060?cmp=rss
We go inside an Ontario ICU under pressure. Plus, Ottawa’s multi-billion dollar deal to help Air Canada survive the pandemic.
news
95 feed Prosecution wraps up case in Chauvin murder trial with tearful testimony from Floyd's brother - about 18 hours ago negative
https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/derek-chauvin-george-floyd-case-prosecutors-defence-1.5984126?cmp=rss
As the prosecution wrapped up its case in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin on Monday, the court heard emotional testimony from the younger brother of George Floyd.
news/world
95 feed Liberals, Bloc vote to end Commons defence committee hearings on military misconduct - about 18 hours ago negative
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/armed-forces-military-sexual-misconduct-committee-1.5984303?cmp=rss
One of two parliamentary investigations into sexual misconduct in the Canadian military is being shut down. The governi... (continue)
news/politics
95 feed CBC projects minority government in Yukon election - about 22 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/yukon-election-night-2021-results-1.5984799?cmp=rss
news/canada/north
95 feed Passenger rebate program part of Ottawa's financial relief deal with Air Canada: sources - about 22 hours ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/air-canada-financial-relief-1.5984543?cmp=rss
The federal government has reached an agreement with Air Canada that will provide the pandemic-battered airline with financial support in exchange for refunds to customers who had their flights cancelled last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
news/politics
95 feed Liberals and Bloc vote to end Commons committee hearings on military misconduct - 1 day ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/armed-forces-military-sexual-misconduct-commons-committee-1.5984303?cmp=rss
One of two Parliamentary investigations into sexual misconduct in the Canadian military is being shut down. The governi... (continue)
news/politics
95 feed Pandemic is fuelling foreign espionage in Canada, says security committee - 1 day ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/nsicop-espionage-pandemic-1.5983612?cmp=rss
The pandemic is driving some foreign states to ramp up their espionage efforts against Canadian targets  — including companies engaged in vaccine development — says a new repor... (continue)
news/politics
95 feed Old Montreal business owners frustrated by damage done during anti-curfew riot - 1 day ago
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/montreal-curfew-riot-business-owners-1.5983856?cmp=rss
Business owners in Old Montreal are surveying the damage after their storefronts were ransacked during a Sunday night anti-curfew protest that turned into a riot.
news/canada/montreal