Behind the ambitious plan to build and race flying cars

Since Back to the Future, you’re far from alone if you’ve wondered where the heck your flying car is already. Sure, we’ve seen pitches by the likes of Kitty Hawk,…

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Woman in critical condition from liver failure can’t get transplant due to protocols

The family of a well known Indigenous rights advocate is considering legal action after she was told she can’t access a liver transplant based on a history of alcohol use…

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From Maskwacis to Las Vegas: Meet Kris Buffalo, an Indigenous professional bullfighter

Kris Buffalo just finished competing in the Bullfighters Only Championship in Las Vegas.

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Police seek tips from public after 2 Calgary women receive racist, hateful threats

Calgary police are asking for help from the public as they continue to investigate two cases of apparently hate-fueled acts of vandalism earlier this month.

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B.C adoption report says province ‘faltering’ on finding permanent homes for youth

B.C.’s representative for children and youth says the province is “faltering” in its efforts to find permanent homes for the kids in its care, especially when comes to Indigenous children…

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‘Strong women’ focus of new album by Crystal Shawanda

Crystal Shawanda considers herself a strong woman who is a survivor. The Indigenous musician from Wikwemikong on Manitoulin Island recently released her latest album in October.

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New funding to replace mouldy daycare in tsunami path

The Ucluelet First Nation’s elected president says it is hoped a new, larger daycare will encourage the return of members currently living off reserve.

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Centennial Flame updated to include Nunavut, 18 years after territory created

It’s taken almost two decades, but Nunavut is finally getting a spot on the Centennial Flame monument. The government will unveil the updated monument today and reignite the flame.

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National inquiry into MMIWG comes to Inuvik after push from Inuit and Inuvialuit

As of Tuesday afternoon, the inquiry staff had one confirmed appointment in Inuvik, but expected others to come once word spread.

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Province tears up tickets after fish seized from Alberta Métis camp

The province won’t pursue charges stemming from an incident in September where Alberta Fish and Wildlife officers were filmed seizing smoked fish from a Métis cultural camp south of Fort…

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