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Activists initially pledged to remove the statue of the city's controversial founder.
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"Can you see why Cornwallis issued a bounty on Mi'kmaqs?"
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This isn't the first time Canada's Armed Forces have been linked to organized racism.
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Luckily, no one was injured.
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They wanted to thank the Canadian government for bringing them here, and hope to give something back.
The force says sexual assault survivors may not report out of fear they won't be believed.
"Here's a church named after a man who attempted to exterminate another race of people of colour.''
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"It was a pretty dangerous situation."
What happened in Halifax is but an example of what's wrong with our criminal justice system - it turns "sexual assault" into "sex" and debates consent the entire trial while not once stopping to ask, "Does it make sense to anyone that this woman, in this state, would consent to having sex with anyone, let alone a total stranger?" Judge Gregory Lenehan believed it made sense and, in essence, gave consent on a young woman's behalf to something she doesn't even remember.
Police expect driving conditions to be treacherous and are advising people to stay off the roads.
HALIFAX — A major munitions depot in Halifax is at high risk of a " catastrophic'' fire that could kill military personnel, destroy millions of dollars worth of ammunition and cause "severe environmen...
You won't know whether to laugh or cry.