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New heads of Toronto CSIS office say they want to hire a more diverse group of spies - The new heads of CSIS's largest collections unit say they know there's a systemic racism problem in Canada's spy service — and they want to end it. Catharine Tunney - Politics - | August 1 - |

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Singh hopes to build momentum on tour of Indigenous communities -- Olivia Stefanovich

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Acting defence chief's notes reveal weeks of intense discussions of how to handle Fortin allegation -- Ashley Burke

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First Nations and Ottawa agree to $8-billion settlement on drinking water advisories -- Olivia Stefanovich

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Government extends pandemic recovery programs and business supports -- Richard Raycraft -- |

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Erin O'Toole says he'd let New Brunswick decide how to fund abortions -- Jacques Poitras -- |

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ArcelorMittal Dofasco getting $400M from Ottawa to cut greenhouse gas emissions -- Saira Peesker -- |

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'Welcome home,' Biden tells 1st group of Afghans resettling in U.S. -- World -- |

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Analysis - Political violence related to COVID-19 could lead to 'unravelling of societies' worldwide, observers say - Saša Petricic - World - | July 30 - |

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Advisory council could strip Julie Payette of her Order of Canada -- Ashley Burke -- |

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Ottawa vows to get Afghan interpreters to Canada 'as quickly as possible' — but the U.S. is moving faster -- Nick Boisvert -- |

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Ottawa proposes new rules to crack down on harmful online content -- Politics -- |

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Prime minister announces appointment of five new senators -- Richard Raycraft -- |

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Washington's reasons for keeping border closed to Canadians still murky a week later -- Elizabeth Thompson -- |

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Afghan interpreters who helped Canadian soldiers were warned they have just 3 days to apply for resettlement -- Nick Boisvert -- |

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United Kingdom exempts some countries from travel quarantine — but Canada isn't one of them -- Richard Raycraft -- |

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Green Party bleeding cash during legal battles with leader Annamie Paul - Christopher Reynolds - Politics - | July 28

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$5.2B deal reached between feds, N.L. government to stave off skyrocketing power bills -- Canada -- - -- Nfld. & Labrador -- |

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Stephen Harper says Canada's pandemic spending has been 'overkill' in podcast appearance -- Nick Boisvert -- |

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Ottawa, P.E.I. strike new child-care deal aiming for $10 daily fees within 3 years -- Nick Boisvert -- |

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Border workers vote to strike, putting Canada's reopening plans at risk -- Catharine Tunney -- |

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Ottawa to give N.L. billions of dollars to offset Muskrat Falls costs -- David Cochrane -- |

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Trudeau says he'll continue to pressure N.B. over abortion access, but offers no specifics - Jacques Poitras - Canada - New Brunswick - | July 27 - |

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Canada has enough vaccine doses for all eligible Canadians, PM says -- Richard Raycraft -- |

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Trudeau joins chorus blasting Montreal Canadiens for drafting player who violated woman's consent -- Jonathan Montpetit -- Canada -- - -- Montreal

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