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19 Sep 2021
Canada’s party leaders held a debate Thursday night ahead of the September 20 vote. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for elections as Kabul fell to the Taliban.
11 Sep 2021
A crowd of angry protesters surrounds Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, chanting "lock him up" and hurling profanities as the Liberal Party leader boards his campaign bus following a visit to a brewery in London, Ontario.
5 Sep 2021
With a magnifying glass in one hand and notebook in the other, butterfly enthusiasts are on the hunt for monarch eggs. In Canada, hundreds of hunters take part in the annual monarch census counting, as the emblematic butterflies remain threatened by extinction.
22 Aug 2021
Over six days, the lives of Afghan researcher Mohammad Ehsan Saadat and his family turned upside down: enough time to fill out an asylum application and flee to Canada just before the Taliban walked into Kabul. Since then, he has often said to himself how "lucky" he is to have the opportunity to start anew in Canada, but "weeps" for those left behind.
21 Aug 2021
Despite Trudeau's COVID policies being widely seen as a success, he called the early vote in a bid to give his Liberal government a new mandate to steer Canada's pandemic exit.
14 Jul 2021
Indigenous chief Joan Brown said the Penelakut tribe had to "face the trauma because of these acts of genocide." Canadian PM Justin Trudeau said his "heart breaks" at the discovery.
11 Jul 2021
The buildings burned to the ground days after the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves at former Indigenous residential schools run by the Catholic Church.
5 Jul 2021
Fires have devastated towns in British Columbia, with the military on standby to respond to the threat.
3 Jul 2021
The discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves on the sites of former Indigenous residential schools across Canada has sparked a long overdue reckoning with the country's colonial past.
3 Jul 2021
Over 90% of the small town town in British Columbia was destroyed, prompting the evacuation of over 1,000 people. Prior to the fire, Lytton had seen three consecutive days of record high temperatures.
30 Jun 2021
Coroners are investigating a surge in sudden deaths in British Colombia. Around 100 more people than usual have died over a four-day period as temperatures reached nearly 50 Celsius.
26 Jun 2021
Canadian MPs overwhelming voted in favor of banning "therapies" that seek to change people's sexual orientation. The bill's passing is seen as a win for the LGBTQ+ community.

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