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Vital People: New Indigenous daycare will focus on childhood trauma, mental health

Vital People: New Indigenous daycare will focus on childhood trauma, mental health

Construction is underway on what is believed to be the Island’s first Indigenous-specific trauma-informed daycare centre.
Vital People: Online portal gives voice to Indigenous languages

Vital People: Online portal gives voice to Indigenous languages

The Indigenous-led online platform is at the forefront of language revitalization.
Sandra Richardson: Refocusing and reconnecting with community this September

Sandra Richardson: Refocusing and reconnecting with community this September

September is a wonderful time of year for refocus and reconnection, to donate our time, talent or treasure, and to create a sense of belonging for all.
One dead, two injured after building collapses in north-end Montreal

One dead, two injured after building collapses in north-end Montreal

Authorities say the concrete slab of the ground floor of the building collapsed just before 4 p.m. in a section where work was possibly underway.
Hot rental market makes search 'stressful' for many — and it won't get better soon

Hot rental market makes search 'stressful' for many — and it won't get better soon

Between May and August, asking rents in Canada increased by 5.1 per cent or an average of $103 per month.
Eric Akis: Hold the bun, add the ginger for Japanese hambagu

Eric Akis: Hold the bun, add the ginger for Japanese hambagu

Inspired by the hamburger steak, this version is served with a Japanese-style barbecue sauce and wasabi-mashed potatoes.
Remote work’s ‘red flag’ for employee engagement

Remote work’s ‘red flag’ for employee engagement

While employee engagement among U.S. workers over all has seen slight gains, remote workers have become less connected to their company in a meaningful way
Our Community: Cathedral School building turns 100, reconciliation mosaic

Our Community: Cathedral School building turns 100, reconciliation mosaic

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B.C. mule deer stressed by wildfire, but still much to learn about wildlife impacts

B.C. mule deer stressed by wildfire, but still much to learn about wildlife impacts

Proof that deer experienced elevated stress in response to wildfires in British Columbia's southern Interior can be found in their poop, although researchers say there's still much to learn about what increasingly severe blazes mean for wildlife.
Canadian airline ordered to compensate excess baggage fee

Canadian airline ordered to compensate excess baggage fee

Air Canada has been ordered to compensate a $550 excess baggage fee it already agreed to pay.
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