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Canada's six major banks made $34,880,000,000 in profits in 2015. But they're raising your fees

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Canada's major banks are at it again: they're hiking user fees. Last year, Canada's six major banks made $34,880,000,000 in profits.

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Does McGill have military ties? This student is trying to find out.

Former McGill student Cadence O'Neal is set to appear before the before Commission to receive access to emails between McGill and private weapons contractors.

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Victory! CBSA end participation in exploitative reality television show

Celebration from activists, advocates and families as CBSA has agreed to end it participation in Border Security show.

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Trudeau maintains popularity despite bungling, delaying big decisions

The Liberal government continues to remain quite popular in Canada despite bungling a few key files and not taking action on key decisions.

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Toronto candlelight vigil in solidarity with LGBTQ community in Orlando

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On Sunday evening, Toronto's LGBTQ community and its supporters gathered for a candlelight vigil for the victims and survivors in Orlando.

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Photos: Candlelight vigil in Toronto for victims of Orlando nightclub massacre

On Sunday June 12, hundreds of members from Toronto's LGBTQ community and their supporters gathered in Barbara Hall Park in a candlelight vigil for the victims and survivors of the Orlando night massacre.

Early Sunday morning 49 people were killed and 53 people were injured in what is being called the worst mass shooting in U.S. history when a shooter opened fire in Pulse nightclub in Orlando.

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Thoughts on the legacy of anti-LGBT violence and massacre at Pulse night club

Matthew Hays reflects on the massacre at the LGBTQ nightclub in Orlando and the legacy of hate and violence against the LGBTQ community.

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Stéphane Dion's visit to Saudi Arabia unlikely to improve human rights record

The Saudis are experts at putting on charm offensives and continue to be the leading driver of Islamist terror networks worldwide. Isn't it time to call them out on it?

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Occupation of B.C. Housing office highlights Vancouver homelessness crisis

On June 7, Alliance Against displacement occupied the B.C. Housing office to demand action on the growing homeless crisis in B.C.

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The persistent silence and indifference to the future of Israel

By now anyone even vaguely aware of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has heard the phrase "the new anti-Semitism."

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