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Passport seekers face heartbreak, hop provinces as government promises help is on the way

Like many Canadians, Aly Michalsky is seeing the consequences of a backlog of passport applications after pandemic travel restrictions were lifted. The Montreal teen is missing a dream vacation because she couldn't get a passport in time. Meanwhile, others are waiting in long lines or even driving to other provinces to access travel documents.

The grocery store is way more expensive now. These items are most responsible

Meat, produce and cooking oils are all more expensive than a year ago

Almost 100,000 students to get break on CERB repayments

Nearly 100,000 students asked to repay CERB benefits they claimed during the COVID-19 pandemic could soon get a break.
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Exploration of unmarked graves at former residential school site near Edmonton stymied by ongoing dispute

Across Canada Indigenous people are looking for more answers about what happened to people who died at residential schools. Just outside of Edmonton, a group of survivors wants to use ground-penetrating radar on the site of the former Edmonton Indian Residential School. But a land dispute is stopping that from happening.

Opioid crisis on the agenda for Gov. Gen. Mary Simon's 1st visit to Yukon

In her first official visit to the Yukon, Gov. Gen. Mary Simon will deliver the keynote address at the Arctic Arts Summit. She’ll also travel to Carcross to discuss the opioid crisis and that community’s ongoing state of emergency. 

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