20 years of working to reconnect with her home community
20-05-2022

Rolanda Murphy comes back from her bedroom wearing an orange "every child matters" T-shirt and a traditional Indigenous skirt.

The skirt has been tailored to fit her small frame. It's orange, with a beautiful flower print and a ribbon trim.

"I got the skirt for my 50th birthday...

Adrian Stimson's bison paintings force viewers to reckon with Canada's colonial history
20-05-2022

A solitary bison walks the snow-covered Prairie plains, swathed in rich colours of red and dark brown, the only sign of life in an otherwise barren landscape.

Variations of this image appear over and over again in Alberta Indigenous artist Adrian Stimson's first solo European exhibit,...

A Canadian guide to the 2022 Cannes Film Festival
20-05-2022

After cancellations in 2020 and large scale-backs in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2022 Cannes Film Festival has rolled out the red carpet this week for an in-person festival.

Mixed into the long-awaited lineup is myriad Canadian content being presented from May 17 to 28 at both...

This Ontario election is about many things. Indigenous issues aren't among them, observers say
20-05-2022

Over the last three weeks, Ontario election campaign leaders and candidates have addressed a range of issues — including affordability, housing and health care — and offered promises leading up to the vote next month. 

But there has yet to be substantive conversation about...

Israeli court decision could pave way for Palestinian evictions in West Bank
20-05-2022

An Israeli court decision could allow the government to evict around 1,200 Palestinians from the Masafer Yatta area in the southern West Bank.

The May 4 High Court of Justice ruling rejected the prior appeals against eviction orders issued to residents of the area, which Israel declared...

Military college cadets who died 'far too soon' granted posthumous degrees
20-05-2022

There was a sombre mood at this year's Royal Military College of Canada convocation, as the school bestowed posthumous degrees on four cadets who died tragically last month.

Jack Hogarth, Andrei Honciu, Broden Murphy and Andrés Salek died when their vehicle crashed into the water off...

Canadian study offers important clue to why some back pain becomes chronic
20-05-2022

A study conducted by researchers at McGill University and scientists from Italy suggests that blocking inflammation after injury might make that pain chronic — a finding that challenges the standard approach to treating pain.

Chronic pain — especially in the lower back — is a common...

Why high oil prices aren't creating an economic boom in Canada
20-05-2022

The sky high price of gasoline is pushing many Canadians to their financial limits. Usually when this happens, the pain at the pumps is offset by a burst in growth for the Canadian economy. High oil prices used to mean a surge in investments and hiring. 

Not this time.

"Typically...

'Great replacement' conspiracy that inspired Buffalo shooter also unifies white supremacists in Canada
20-05-2022

Whether it goes by the "great replacement" or another name, the conspiracy theory embraced by the accused Buffalo, N.Y., gunman has inspired several mass shootings in recent years — in Canada and around the world.

Ten people died in the attack at Tops Friendly Market in...

ER and West Wing actor John Aylward dies aged 75
20-05-2022

Veteran actor John Aylward, best known for his roles in the popular US TV shows ER and The West Wing has died aged 75.

The Seattle-born star was also a familiar face in a host of other hit American series during his career, including 3rd Rock From The Sun, Ally McBeal, The X-Files, Nip...

2022 UK rich list reveals record number of billionaires
20-05-2022

The UK now has a record number of billionaires with 177, according to the new Sunday Times Rich List.

That's up six from 2021 - and the combined wealth of the UK's billionaires stands at £653bn, up more than £55bn (9.4%) on the total wealth of the billionaires in last year's Rich...

'A massive step forward': Jack Grealish praises Jake Daniels' 'courage' in revealing his sexuality
19-05-2022

Jake Daniels' decision to come out as Britain's only openly gay professional footballer is a "massive step forward", says Manchester City's Jack Grealish.

In an exclusive interview with Sky News, the England star Jack Grealish has praised the Blackpool FC player's decision to reveal his...

Nearly 10% of North Korea's population sick amid COVID outbreak
19-05-2022

North Korea said Friday that nearly 10 per cent of its 26 million people have fallen ill and 65 people have died amid its first COVID-19 outbreak, as outside experts question the validity of its reported fatalities and worry about a possible humanitarian crisis.

After admitting the Omicron...

Baby formula shortage could mean life or death for kids with metabolic issues
19-05-2022

In 43 states, more than 40% of baby formula was recently out of stock — and families with special dietary needs are growing desperate.  

Eight-year-old Izzy Bradford is a bundle of energy. But the third-grader suffers from the rare disorder phenylketonuria, also known as PKU, and relies...

Anti-abortion rights group leader accused of stalking doctor in San Francisco
19-05-2022

A Los Angeles man is facing charges after he and a group of others allegedly "invaded a health care clinic and stalked a doctor who provides health care, including abortions, to women," the San Francisco District Attorney's office announced Thursday. Aaron Jonathan Hurley is a leader of Progressive...

Nearly half of Americans live in areas where they should consider masking, CDC data says
19-05-2022

Nearly half of Americans live in areas where they should consider masking indoors to curb a surge in COVID-19 cases, according to data updated Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That's up from around a third of Americans last week. 

More than 16% of Americans now...

Abortion, Russia among documentary topics of Human Rights Watch Film Festival
19-05-2022

Documentaries examining access to abortion, repression of political activism in Russia, climate change protests and religious persecution are just some of the features to be presented at the 2022 Human Rights Watch Film Festival, beginning Friday and running through May 26.

Now in its 33rd...

Canada's Kennedy Marchment named PHF's Most Valuable Player
19-05-2022

Kennedy Marchment, of Courtice, Ont., was named the Most Valuable Player of the Premier Hockey Federation on Thursday.

In 20 games, the 25-year-old forward from the Connecticut Whale recorded 13 goals and a league-leading 33 points. Marchment was a key component to the Whale finishing...

Rap star J. Cole signs with CEBL's Scarborough Shooting Stars
19-05-2022

American rap superstar J. Cole will be taking his basketball talents to Canada.

The CEBL announced Thursday that the 6'3" guard, born Jermaine Cole, has signed a deal with the Scarborough Shooting Stars to continue his professional basketball career.

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Mass pitch invasions and altercation between Vieira and fan in 'disgusting' night of football clashes
19-05-2022

Mass pitch invasions at two football grounds led to "physical and verbal" abuse as well as an altercation between a manager and a fan - in a night of clashes condemned as "disgusting".

Footage has emerged of an incident between Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira and an Everton fan who...

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