Twenty-four hours. Four provinces. Seven towns. What one day on the Canada-U.S. line says about refugees, Canadian tolerance and Trump’s America.By JASON MARKUSOFF, NANCY MACDONALD, AARON HUTCHINS, MEAGAN CAMPBELL22 min
Seven children, all of them Indigenous, have been pulled dead from Thunder Bay waterways since 2000, leaving a racially divided community searching for answers—and praying for change.By Nancy Macdonald26 min
AS the annual tourist hordes fan out from Parliament Hill this summer to take in Ottawa’s other prime sights, they might understandably assume that a carefully coordinated strategy must be behind the capital’s new offerings. Everywhere they turn, visitors will see the splashy results of tens of millions in government investments at all of the big federal cultural showcases— and Indigenous creativity is the shared theme.By JOHN GEDDES5 min
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