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After a week, what do we know about the Saskatchewan stabbing spree?

After a week, what do we know about the Saskatchewan stabbing spree?

In the moment, details in a breaking story are hard to come by. So are context and understanding. But as we begin to learn the facts of what transpired last week in Saskatchewan, we start to know what questions still need to be answered.
Is Canada preparing for an authoritarian United States?

Is Canada preparing for an authoritarian United States?

Ever since Canada became a nation, we've been secretly worried about our friends to the south, just as we have been publicly supportive. Recent events in the United States have only exacerbated those concerns.
Queen Elizabeth II is dead. Here's what happens now.

Queen Elizabeth II is dead. Here's what happens now.

What happens in the halls of power when a monarch dies? Who will succeed Elizabeth? And what will this mean for the Royal family, and the commonwealth more generally? (This interview was recorded in 2019, and covers the protocol for the minutes, hour
The 'forever chemicals' you probably have inside you

The 'forever chemicals' you probably have inside you

There are the normal kinds of toxins that your body can break down over time. These are different. But they're still found in plenty of every day household items, fast food and even the water you drink. It's almost impossible to avoid them.
In Quebec's election, a rising progressive party and a new vision of sovereignty

In Quebec's election, a rising progressive party and a new vision of sovereignty

(As well as a note from The Big Story about covering breaking news.) On October 3, nearly everyone agrees that Premier Francois Legault and the CAQ will win another election. But after that, there's a lot in flux.
Everything you need to know about Covid this fall

Everything you need to know about Covid this fall

The weather's getting colder, the kids are back at school, people are returning to work, and that means we're probably going to see more Covid.
Why Starbucks is fertile ground for a labour fight

Why Starbucks is fertile ground for a labour fight

Every month or two, more Starbucks vote to unionize. In Canada, that fight is mostly spreading from west to east, with the first in Victoria, BC, and now others even in large Alberta cities.
The hunt for millions of counterfeit toonies

The hunt for millions of counterfeit toonies

They call it the "camel-toe toonie", and you will understand why as soon as you look at the front right paw of the polar bear on it.
Is Diagolon a joke or a threat? Or both?

Is Diagolon a joke or a threat? Or both?

When CPC leadership frontrunner Pierre Poilievre shook hands with Jeremy MacKenzie, a founder of the Diagolon movement, he likely had no idea who he was. But he soon found himself being asked to distance himself from the man.
How the government took over First Nations' finances. And made things worse.

How the government took over First Nations' finances. And made things worse.

It's called the Default Prevention and Management Policy.
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