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Statement on International Religious Freedom Day

The Government of Canada is firmly committed to the promotion and protection of freedom of religion or belief, both at home and around the world. This past July, Canada hosted 2 national Summits, on Islamophobia and Antisemitism, to hear the concerns of policymakers and community leaders, discuss ongoing challenges and commit to next steps.

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Will Canada’s medal count drop in Beijing?

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With the Beijing Winter Olympics now 100 days away, CBC Sports’ daily newsletter analyzes one model’s pessimistic podium projections for Team Canada.

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Will Canada’s medal count drop in Beijing?

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With the Beijing Winter Olympics now 100 days away, CBC Sports’ daily newsletter analyzes one model’s pessimistic podium projections for Team Canada.

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Joel Quenneville’s meeting with Gary Bettman may decide coaching fate

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For the Florida Panthers, there has never been a better start to a season. The next few days, though, could change everything. Panthers coach Joel Quenneville’s future is in jeopardy, after he was named in a report citing how Chicago mishandled allegations that an assistant on his Chicago staff sexually assaulted a player during the team’s Stanley Cup Finals run in 2010.

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Luge Canada names national World Cup team focused on Beijing Olympics

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Luge Canada has named its 2021-22 World Cup team that will be focused on the Beijing Olympics. Olympic silver medallists Tristan Walker, of Cochrane, Alta., and Calgary’s Justin Snith will help guide the team that features five men and four women.

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Luge Canada names national World Cup team focused on Beijing Olympics

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Luge Canada has named its 2021-22 World Cup team that will be focused on the Beijing Olympics. Olympic silver medallists Tristan Walker, of Cochrane, Alta., and Calgary’s Justin Snith will help guide the team that features five men and four women.

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The NFB at the 2021 Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie.

The National Film Board of Canada will have another strong slate of films at this year’s Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie (FICFA, the international festival of francophone films in Acadia), which will be screening four NFB-produced or co-produced animated shorts.

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The NFB at the 2021 Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie.

The National Film Board of Canada will have another strong slate of films at this year’s Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie (FICFA, the international festival of francophone films in Acadia), which will be screening four NFB-produced or co-produced animated shorts.

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Canadian playoff hopes still alive after 2 wins at wheelchair curling worlds

After losing three straight games at the world wheelchair curling championship, Canada rebounded in a big way on Wednesday to keep their playoff hopes alive.

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The NFB at the 2021 Montreal International Documentary Festival.

The 24th edition of the Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) is featuring two NFB co-productions, one making its world premiere and the other its Quebec premiere.

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London, Ont., soccer superstar Jessie Fleming leaves mark with awestruck 9-year-old fan

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Since Saturday, Canada’s women’s soccer Olympic champions have won two games against New Zealand on home turf. Midfielder Jessie Fleming drew much praise for delivering her brand new celebration tour to 9-year-old Logan Wallis at Ottawa’s game on Saturday.

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Vatican says Pope Francis has agreed to visit Canada, meet with Indigenous leaders

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Pope Francis has agreed to visit Canada to help ongoing efforts at reconciliation with Indigenous people following shocking revelations of the Catholic Church’s role in the abuse and deaths of thousands of native children, the Vatican said on Wednesday.

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Beijing confirms strict ‘closed loop’ for Winter Olympics

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Chinese organizers have confirmed participants in next year’s Winter Olympics will be strictly isolated from the general population and could face expulsion for violating COVID-19 restrictions.

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Death of an inmate from Pacific Institution

On October 24, 2021, Paul Alan Carlson, an inmate from Pacific Institution died while in our custody of apparent natural causes.

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Coronavirus: What’s happening in Canada and around the world Wednesday

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Russia has hit another record for daily COVID-19 deaths as authorities across the country moved to keep most people off work in line with a Kremlin order aimed at stemming the spread.

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Women take charge of key portfolios in Justin Trudeau’s new cabinet

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For the first time in Canada’s history, women will lead each of the departments of Finance, Foreign Affairs and Defence.

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Women take charge of key portfolios in Justin Trudeau’s new cabinet

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For the first time in Canada’s history, women will lead each of the departments of Finance, Foreign Affairs and Defence.

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Women take charge of key portfolios in Justin Trudeau’s new cabinet

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For the first time in Canada’s history, women will lead each of the departments of Finance, Foreign Affairs and Defence.

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Canada’s difficult road to reaching its 2030 climate goal as another global conference nears

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To meet goals set at past UN climate conferences, as well as the federal government’s own emissions targets, considerable change is necessary. What’s clear is that meeting current climate goals in Canada won’t be simple or cheap.

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If Edward Rogers referred to Masai Ujiri as ‘arrogant,’ he gave the game away

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As CBC Sports Senior Contributor Morgan Campbell writes, if Edward Rogers disliked simple overconfidence, he wouldn’t hang around the C-suite, where high self-regard is a job requirement.

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Canada at COP26: A time for leadership

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The upcoming UN conference provides a unique opportunity for Canada to become a world leader in climate policy, writes Thomas Gunton, the director of the Resource and Environmental Planning program at Simon Fraser University.

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100 days to Beijing, Canadian Olympians are kicking it into high gear

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Hundreds of Canadian Olympic hopefuls have begun competing on rinks, mountains and icy tracks looking to earn the right to wear the Maple Leaf in Beijing. The next three months will decide the fates of athletes who have spent their lives preparing for this moment. 

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COVID vaccine booster shots to be made available to all British Columbians by May 2022

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Everyone in B.C. will have access to a COVID-19 booster shot in the coming months, the provincial government announced Tuesday. 

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B.C. auditor general highlights $6B budget dispute with government

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British Columbia’s auditor general says he has a decade-long difference of opinion with the government over calculating the province’s financial bottom line that now adds up to $6 billion.

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Watch the 2021 rhythmic gymnastics world championships

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Watch live coverage of the rhythmic gymnastics world championships in Kitakyushu, Japan.

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Canucks’ raucous home opener spoiled by Wild through Dumba’s winner

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Matt Dumba scored his first goal of the season midway through the third period as the Minnesota Wild used a 3-2 victory to spoil the Vancouver Canucks’ NHL home opener Tuesday night.

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Jets score equalizer, winner 19 seconds apart to complete stunning comeback against Ducks

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Paul Stastny and Nikolaj Ehlers scored 19 seconds apart in the third period as the Winnipeg Jets rallied for a 4-3 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday night.

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Habs drop opener of west coast road trip as Kraken earn 1st home win in franchise history

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Brandon Tanev had two goals and Jordan Eberle added another to give the Seattle Kraken their first home win in franchise history, beating the Montreal Canadiens 5-1 on Tuesday night.

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Atlanta overcomes loss of Morton to draw 1st blood against Houston in World Series

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Making his first start since testing positive for COVID-19, Jorge Soler became the first player to begin a World Series with a home run and Atlanta, despite the loss of pitcher Charlie Morton to a broken leg, hushed the Houston Astros 6-2 Tuesday night in Game 1.

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B.C. auditor general highlights $6-billion budget dispute with government

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British Columbia’s auditor general says he has a decade-long difference of opinion with the government over calculating the province’s financial bottom line that now adds up to $6 billion.

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Hockey analysts ponder future of Kevin Cheveldayoff after Jets GM named in Chicago report

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Hockey analysts are pondering the future of Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff after he was named in a report into the Chicago Blackhawks’ inadequate response to sexual-assault allegations against a former coach.

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Leon’s goal helps Canadian women defeat New Zealand in 2nd leg of Celebration Tour

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Adriana Leon was the lone scorer as Canada beat New Zealand 1-0 on Tuesday in the second leg of the Celebration Tour.

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Mangiapane strikes twice to fuel Flames past Devils for 4th-consecutive win

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Andrew Mangiapane had two of Calgary’s four goals in the first period, and the Flames extended their winning streak to four games with a 5-3 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night.

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Edward Rogers claims he had family’s backing to oust CEO — but mother and sister say no

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Edward Rogers says his bid to oust the CEO of the telecom conglomerate his father founded had the support of other members of his family, before they changed their mind.

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The National: Trudeau unveils new cabinet, B.C. booster shots, At Issue

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The National for Oct. 26 — From the armed forces to climate change, a new cabinet takes aim at urgent Canadian problems. Plus, B.C.’s plan for COVID-19 booster shots.

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COVID vaccine booster shots to be made available to all British Columbians by May 2022

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Everyone in B.C. will have access to a COVID-19 booster dose in the coming months, the provincial government announced Tuesday. 

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Mort Sahl, satirist who revolutionized stand-up comedy, dead at 94

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Satirist Mort Sahl, whose running commentary on politicians and current events during the Cold War made him a favourite of a new, restive generation of Americans, died Tuesday. He was 94.

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Kenney says longtime activist’s appointment as environment minister sends ‘very problematic’ message

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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says the federal government’s choice of longtime environmental activist Steven Guilbeault for minister of environment and climate change Tuesday sends a “very problematic” message to the province.