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In this Tuesday, June 26, 2018 file photo Britain's Queen Elizabeth, Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex pose for a group photo at the Queen's Young Leaders Awards Ceremony at Buckingham Palace in London. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are to no longer use their HRH titles and will repay £2.4 million of taxpayer's money spent on renovating their Berkshire home, Buckingham Palace announced Saturday, Jan. 18. 2020.

Harry, Meghan to quit royal jobs, give up ‘highness’ titles

Associated Press January 19, 2020

LONDON (AP) — Goodbye, your royal highnesses. Hello, life as — almost — ordinary civilians. Prince Harry and wife Meghan will no longer use the titles "royal highness" or receive public funds...

Canadian Prime Minister and Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau reacts as he addresses a photo of himself from 2001, wearing “brownface,” in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Sept. 18, 2019.

Trudeau facing brownface scandal

Brian Pearlman, Nation & World Editor September 23, 2019

Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau is once again at the center of political controversy after images of him wearing blackface and brownface years ago surfaced over the past week. The controversy comes...

Trudeau  in trouble?

Trudeau in trouble?

SNC-Lavalin corruption scandal rocks Parliament Hill, leading some to wonder if the Canadian prime minister will pay at the polls in October
Brian Pearlman, Nation & World Editor March 11, 2019

Is Justin Trudeau’s job in jeopardy? The Canadian prime minister’s Liberal government has been at the center of a scandal related to corruption charges against Quebec-based mining and construction...

Canada is second nation to legalize marijuana

Canada is second nation to legalize marijuana

Daniel Schirmer, Copy Editor October 22, 2018

Canada’s federal Cannabis Act, also known as Bill C-45, went into effect on Wednesday, Oct. 17, effectively legalizing marijuana for recreational use throughout the nation. The only other country to...

Debbie Baptiste holds up a picture of her son, Colten Boushies on the fifth day of the trial of Gerald Stanley, the farmer accused of killing the 22-year-old Indigenous man, in Battleford, Saskatchewan on Feb. 5, 2018. (Liam Richards | The Canadian Press via AP)

Canada at odds with natives

Tension grows following indigenous murder trial
Lauren Hightower, Contributing Writer February 19, 2018

Tension between the Canadian government and Indigenous groups is increasing following the trial and verdict of Gerald Stanley, the farmer who killed Colten Boushie, a young man from the Cree tribe in the...

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