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Vancouver Sun /
Websites of Ohio governor and Maryland county hacked and defaced with pro-ISIL message

The hacking was allegedly done by a group calling itself System Dz who has taken credit for breaches of government websites over the past two years

The Globe and Mail /
May pushes ahead with DUP deal, Brexit plans amid London fire fallout

Critics pounced on the deal with the Democratic Unionists, calling it‘shabby’ and arguing that other parts of the country should be entitled to similar funding

The Globe and Mail /
In Australia, backlash takes hold over Chinese money infecting politics, business

Debate in Australia could hold cautionary tale for Canada as Trudeau seeks warmer ties with Beijing

The Globe and Mail /
Multi-talented artist Jennifer Podemski stands up as a role model

With Moccasin Flats, the Toronto-born film and television veteran ushered in North America’s first drama created, written, produced and performed ...

The Province /
Banff powwow a salute to 'Mr. Banff' Norman Luxton

The second annual Iiniskim Powwow is paying tribute Saturday to Stoney honorary chief Norman Luxton, nicknamed “Mr. Banff.”  Luxton ...

The Globe and Mail /
Feds balk at tribunal's demand that health services be approved for Indigenous children before ‘case conferencing’

Ministers Carolyn Bennett and Jane Philpott says the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal’s ruling could mean children do not get the best care

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Holly McNarland back on stage for one night at Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival

The 20th anniversary of Holly McNarland’s breakthrough album, Stuff, happens to land during this year’s Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival, reason enough to lure the Juno-winning artist back to the stage — at least for one night. ...

Ottawa Citizen /
Kevin Loring named first artistic director of NAC's indigenous theatre department

The new position created at the NAC is an "historic" role, the centre's CEO Peter Herrndorf said.

Ottawa Citizen /
Preview: Louis Riel opera takes on new meaning in a modern age

By Lauren La Rose Louis Riel was originally created to mark Canada’s centennial in 1967, but a new incarnation of the opera about the famed Metis leader has an added poignancy given the current era of truth and reconciliation with indigenous peoples, says director Peter Hinton. “They could have chosen a story that was ...

The Economist /
Six degrees and separation: Immigrants to America are better educated than ever before

Print section Print Rubric:  Immigrants are arriving better educated than ever before ...

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