Investigative team finds 66 graves of Indigenous children at former residential school in British Columbia run by Catholic Oblates order.
A class-action lawsuit brought by 324 Indigenous communities has resulted in the settlement, which will be placed in a not-for-profit trust independent of the government.
It is the largest repatriation of Daesh family members yet for Canada as up until now Prime Minister Trudeau's government has treated the detained Daesh families on a case-by-case basis.
Over the past year and a half, more than 1,300 children's graves have been found near boarding schools where Indigenous children were forcibly assimilated.
Leaders of US, Canada, Mexico pledge to promote prosperity for people throughout the hemisphere as they open wide-ranging talks on sidelines of North American Leaders Summit.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's decision to buy 88 Lockheed Martin jets is the largest investment in the Royal Canadian Air Force in more than 30 years.
The founder of the anti-government protest group says he was not going ahead with the protests because he could not "guarantee public safety" and that participants risked severe sanctions.
Government survey estimates a total population of 618 bears, down from 842 five years earlier, in the Western part of Hudson Bay, on the southern tip of the Canadian Arctic.
Over 200 million people are under weather warning as storm envelops much of America, causing highway closures and thousands of flight cancelations days before Christmas. Storm expected to affect about two-thirds of all Canadians.
The agreement calls for raising $200 billion by 2030 for biodiversity from a range of sources and to stump up $30 billion in yearly conservation aid for the developing world.
Talks are set to wrap up on Monday in Montreal and countries are racing to agree on language in framework that calls for protecting 30% of global land and marine areas by 2030 and providing tens of billions of dollars to developing countries.
Ottawa announces increase of millions in aid it will send to low-income countries at UN biodiversity talks, where Brazil is seeking at least $100 billion from developed nations, a demand shared by India, Indonesia and African countries.
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