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Views of New Brunswick professor draw growing concerns from faculty members

Views of New Brunswick professor draw growing concerns from faculty members

FREDERICTON — More than 100 faculty members at the University of New Brunswick have signed a letter denouncing one of their colleagues for promoting what they say are racist arguments about immigration.

Mother mourns daughter at sentencing hearing for man guilty of manslaughter

TORONTO — The mother of a pregnant woman whose husband was found guilty of manslaughter asked a court Thursday to justly punish her son-in-law, saying she has spent the last seven years grieving not only for her daughter but also for her unborn grand
Louis Levi Oakes, last of Mohawk code talkers, passes away at 94

Louis Levi Oakes, last of Mohawk code talkers, passes away at 94

AKWESASNE, Que. — A funeral will be held Saturday for the last of the Mohawk code talkers from the Second World War, Louis Levi Oakes, who died peacefully on Tuesday surrounded by family at age 94.

Small business to get help on energy-efficiency upgrades from carbon-tax money

OTTAWA — Small businesses in the four provinces with a national carbon price will share $1.4 billion over the next four years to help them reduce their energy use but business-owners say they are getting the short end of the rebate stick.
Ice cave, carved from receding glacier, collapses near Haines Junction, Yukon

Ice cave, carved from receding glacier, collapses near Haines Junction, Yukon

WHITEHORSE — A cave-like tunnel formed by a retreating glacier in Yukon has collapsed, months after hikers were warned to stay clear of the increasingly unstable formation.
Afghanistan memorial at new defence headquarters to open to public Friday

Afghanistan memorial at new defence headquarters to open to public Friday

OTTAWA — The memorial for those killed in Canada's mission in Afghanistan at the new Department of Defence headquarters is to open to the public Friday afternoon, the department says.
In the news today, May 30

In the news today, May 30

Six stories in the news for Thursday, May 30 ——— TRUDEAU TO RAISE U.S. ABORTION LAWS WITH PENCE Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S.
Baloney Meter: A lot of baloney in Scheer statements on energy independence

Baloney Meter: A lot of baloney in Scheer statements on energy independence

OTTAWA — "The fact is Canada has more than enough oil — not only to displace imports from ... rogue states, but to put an end to all foreign oil imports once and for all. That is part of my vision: a Canada fuelled exclusively by Canadians by 2030.

Manslaughter sentencing hearing for ex-pastor in his pregnant wife's death

TORONTO — A former Toronto pastor found guilty of manslaughter in the death of his pregnant wife will face a sentencing hearing today.
Remote health care tested as Haida Gwaii loses IV chemo treatment next month

Remote health care tested as Haida Gwaii loses IV chemo treatment next month

QUEEN CHARLOTTE, B.C.