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Looking back at memorable Brad Wall moments

Looking back at memorable Brad Wall moments

Brad Wall announced Thursday he’s retiring from politics, after nearly a decade as Saskatchewan premier and longer as leader of the Saskatchewan Party. Here’s a look back at some notable moments from Wall’s career.
New hosts of ‘The National’ say four anchors offers flexibility

New hosts of ‘The National’ say four anchors offers flexibility

The CBC has announced Adrienne Arsenault, Rosemary Barton, Andrew Chang and Ian Hanomansing will share hosting duties on its nightly news program “The National.” The hosts say the new format will allow them to push traditional boundaries.
Justin Trudeau takes helicopter tour of wildfire damage

Justin Trudeau takes helicopter tour of wildfire damage

Justin Trudeau thanked fire crews for fighting wildfires in British Columbia, and took a helicopter tour of some of the damage on Monday. The prime minister was asked why it took him over three weeks to visit the area.
AFN chiefs call for changes to missing and murdered women inquiry

AFN chiefs call for changes to missing and murdered women inquiry

The Assembly of First Nations is asking for changes to the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women. But at a meeting Thursday, AFN chiefs rejected a call for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to replace the commissioners.
’21 Thunder’ star on how Christine Sinclair inspires her

’21 Thunder’ star on how Christine Sinclair inspires her

Actor Stephanie Bennett says she watched women’s soccer games to prepare for her role as a former player and coach of a men’s team in “21 Thunder.” The CBC-TV series debuts Monday.
Assembly of First Nations chief lauds federal funding changes

Assembly of First Nations chief lauds federal funding changes

The federal government says First Nations will now be able to carry funding from year-to-year, instead of having to return money if a project wasn't completed within a fiscal year. AFN Chief Perry Bellegarde praised the change Tuesday.
Canada’s historic gold-medal winning basketball team welcomed home

Canada’s historic gold-medal winning basketball team welcomed home

Canada's men's basketball team came home to a warm welcome Monday after winning gold at the FIBA under-19 World Cup in Cairo -- the first world title for a Canadian basketball team in any age group. The team calls the win “surreal.”
Barn swallows find new homes in custom-built structures

Barn swallows find new homes in custom-built structures

New structures in Townsend, Ontario were built to house barn swallows after the crumbling buildings where they lived were demolished. The population of the birds dropped by 65 per cent between 1966 and 2009 in the province.
Canada 150: The senator who rooted for multiculturalism

Canada 150: The senator who rooted for multiculturalism

On March 3, 1964, Progressive Conservative Sen. Paul Yuzyk delivered a passionate speech urging Canada to celebrate diversity, not just the French and the British. Yuzyk’s daughters reflect on his legacy.
Liberals introduce bill to create intelligence super-watchdog

Liberals introduce bill to create intelligence super-watchdog

National security changes tabled by the Liberals would create a super-watchdog to oversee the full array of federal intelligence agencies. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the bill aims to protect the rights of Canadians.