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Fire destroys most homes and buildings in Lytton, B.C.; some residents missing

Fire destroys most homes and buildings in Lytton, B.C.; some residents missing

Residents of a community in British Columbia's Interior desperately searched for loved ones and tried to process the loss of their homes on Thursday after learning that most of the village of Lytton had been destroyed by raging wildfires.
Country reckons with horrific legacy of residential schools on Canada Day

Country reckons with horrific legacy of residential schools on Canada Day

OTTAWA — Canadians traded in the traditional red-and-white garb for Canada Day, donning orange, building memorials and taking part in events as part of a national reckoning with the horrific legacy of residential schools on Indigenous Peoples.
Last Ice Area may not last: Study says High Arctic sea ice affected by climate change

Last Ice Area may not last: Study says High Arctic sea ice affected by climate change

The Last Ice Area may not last.
B.C. business operators cautiously excited about return to near-normal

B.C. business operators cautiously excited about return to near-normal

VANCOUVER — The buzz of full restaurants and tills ringing will start to become familiar on Thursday as British Columbia largely returns to the rhythms of pre-pandemic life.
This moving day, Quebec housing shortages no longer just a big-city problem

This moving day, Quebec housing shortages no longer just a big-city problem

MONTREAL — It isn't easy to find an apartment in St-Donat, Que., these days, much less an affordable one.
Wildfire leads to evacuation order in B.C. village that set Canadian heat wave record

Wildfire leads to evacuation order in B.C. village that set Canadian heat wave record

LYTTON, B.C. — A fast-spreading wildfire led to an immediate evacuation order Wednesday night for residents of the British Columbia village of Lytton as many scrambled to escape as flames threatened buildings.
Canadiens expected to get Ducharme back behind bench for Game 3, down 2-0 to Bolts

Canadiens expected to get Ducharme back behind bench for Game 3, down 2-0 to Bolts

The Montreal Canadiens are heading home in search of their first win in the Stanley Cup final. And while they may not have permission for extra help in the stands, they are expected to have it behind their bench.
Residential school survivors pushed for decades to demolish building in northern B.C.

Residential school survivors pushed for decades to demolish building in northern B.C.

Survivors of a residential school in northern British Columbia have given the community strength and courage to keep pushing in a decades-long fight to demolish the building, says the deputy chief of the Daylu Dena Council.
Quebec's Public Health Department will not allow more fans at the Bell Centre

Quebec's Public Health Department will not allow more fans at the Bell Centre

MONTREAL — The Montreal Canadiens say Quebec's Public Health Department will not allow more than 3,500 fans at the Bell Centre for the team's upcoming home games for the Stanley Cup final.
B.C. nations say 182 unmarked graves found in cemetery near former residential school

B.C. nations say 182 unmarked graves found in cemetery near former residential school

CRANBROOK, B.C. — Two First Nations say a search using ground-penetrating radar has found the remains of 182 people in unmarked graves at a site close to a former residential school in the southern Interior of British Columbia.