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Veteran Canadian Cartoonist Loses His Job After Golfing Trump Drawing Goes Viral
Michael de Adder, whose contract was terminated by Brunswick News Inc. after 17 years with the company, said “overnight it was like I never worked” for them.
Canada Bucks Trump, Aligns Itself With California In Clean Car Standards
Canada won't sign on to U.S. fuel standards for the first time in two decades, a decision made after they were loosened by President Donald Trump.
Air Canada Passenger Says She Woke Up Alone On Dark, Empty Plane
Tiffani Adams says she awoke hours after her flight landed, soon lost power in her phone, and was trapped inside the plane.
Quebec Draws Challenge After Banning Many Public Workers From Wearing Religious Garb
Many officials including teachers and cops won’t be able to wear hijabs, kippas or other religious symbols on the job, thanks to Quebec’s new Bill 21.
Blues Beat Bruins To Clinch Maiden Stanley Cup Title
The St. Louis Blues defeated the Boston Bruins 4-1 in the seventh game.
Over 1.2 Million Ford Explorers Recalled For Safety Concerns
The recall is one of four issued on Wednesday, with the other three accounting for over 150,000 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada.
Canada Bans Keeping Whales, Dolphins In Captivity
The “Free Willy” bill will become law by the end of June.
Canada Unveils Plan To Ban Single-Use Plastics As Early As 2021
Plastic bags, straws, stirrers and plates may be outlawed in less than two years.
Raptors Rally To Take 3-1 Lead Over Warriors In NBA Finals
Toronto keeps its lead with 105 points to the Warriors' 92.
Deaths Of Indigenous Women In Canada Was A National 'Genocide,' Government Inquiry Finds
The 1,200-page report blamed the violence on long-standing discrimination against indigenous people and Canada's failure to protect them.
'Godzilla: King Of The Monsters' Stomps On The Competition At The Box Office
The film follows the eponymous monster as he faces off against his nemesis, King Ghidorah, and other ancient creatures.
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