First Nations on Vancouver Island celebrate B.C. Court of Appeal fisheries ruling

The First Nations hailed the decision as a major victory in upholding their commercial fishing rights.
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‘Game-changer’: How mRNA COVID-19 vaccine technology could help fight other diseases
The mRNA vaccines being used to fight COVID-19 could be just the start of a new wave of vaccines against other diseases, including cancer, experts say.
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India reports record day of COVID-19 deaths as cases pass 25 million
India’s total virus cases since the pandemic began swept past 25 million on Tuesday as the country registered more than 260,000 new cases and a record 4,329 fatalities.
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5 things to know for Tuesday, May 18, 2021
Canada has now administered at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to 55.06 per cent of the country's eligible population.
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All adults in Ontario eligible to book COVID 19 vaccine appointments
Appointments can be booked through the provincial online portal, call centre or local health units' booking systems.
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Saga of N.D.G.'s St. Columba Church could end in a referendum
If 162 residents sign the register by May 20, borough council will have to set aside the development plan or hold a referendum, something it has never done.
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Opinion: Rapid antigen tests needed for a safe reopening
In many other places, rapid antigen tests are readily available, but Quebec still requires they be performed by a health professional.
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Montreal weather: Sunny and hot
A quick look at the day's forecast along with a reader's #ThisMtl picture and a daily quotation.
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Crime Beat podcast: Scarred but not broken, part 2
Global News crime reporter Nancy Hixt shares the shocking story of a police officer wrongfully accused of sexual assault, in the conclusion of, ‘Scarred but not broken.’ 
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Grieving Winnipeg widow wants husband’s missing wedding ring back
A Winnipeg woman is desperately trying to find her husband’s wedding band after she says it disappeared either sometime before or after he died in hospital last week.
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My fiancé married someone else and I turned to a married man
Whenever anyone keeps finding that their relationships are repeatedly not working out, it signals that they need to focus on finding a solution, Ellie says
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An $8.28 million, European-style manor on 23 acres: Home of the week
Expansive estate in Whitchurch-Stouffville includes an elevator, main bedroom kitchenette, 6 fireplaces, a cigar room, wood-panelled library and full guest suite
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Ottawa is putting up almost $200 million to help a Mississauga company mass produce vaccines
The money covers about half of the cost of Resilience Biotechnologies’ expansion project that should give the company the capacity to crank out up to 640 million doses of mRNA vaccines every year.
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Thomas King’s ‘Sufferance’ a political Indigenous thriller leavened with wit and humour
Billionaire-chasing vies with quiet actions — such as replacing all the rotting crosses in an old residential school graveyard with stones marked with children’s names — to tell a powerful story
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Pattie Lovett-Reid: Will a pandemic move outside urban centres still make sense in the long run?
Will a pandemic move outside urban centres still make sense in the long run? Chief financial commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid ponders the question that more and more families are asking, in her new column on CTVNews.ca
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Matt Elliott: Mayor John Tory is 0-for-2 on big legacy projects. Here’s how to fix that dismal track record if he runs for office again
Rail Deck Park and SmartTrack represented about $9.7 billion in promised investment into the city’s future. But projects like those require spending money.
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Anne of Green Gables’ global fandom has joined the Zoom call. Could virtual tours save tourism?
Tourism has been particularly hard hit by COVID and, as we head into a second pandemic summer, some operators are betting big on virtual offerings to soften the blow.
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Horoscope for Tuesday, May 18, 2021
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