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Alberta government lifts state of emergency issued over Fort McMurray fire

CANADIAN TV
A provincial state of emergency declared over a raging wildfire in northern Alberta nearly two months ago has finally been lifted.

Veterans reflect on Newfoundland’s Memorial Day

CANADIAN TV
In Newfoundland and Labrador each year, Canada Day takes on a sombre tone. The first of July is also when the province holds its Memorial Day to reflect on the wars and commemorate those who served.

Six in 10 adults with disabilities can't benefit from Disability Tax Credit: study

CANADIAN TV
A new research paper finds that a federal government tax credit for people with disabilities isn’t reaching six out of 10 people who qualify, because they don’t have enough income for the credit to offer any benefit.

Ontario man paddling 100 lakes in Algonquin this summer

CANADIAN TV
An Ontario man is spending his summer weekends attempting to paddle through 100 of Algonquin Park’s more than 1,500 lakes. Between Victoria Day and Canada Day, Drew Czernik has already crossed 47 lakes off his list.

Stunning photos capture the 'golden hour' across Canada

CANADIAN TV
On Saturday, June 4, thousands of photographers fanned out across the country to capture the best image of their cities, towns and villages shortly after sunrise or just before sunset. The result is a stunning collection of images sponsored by Posterjack, a photo printing company that wanted to showcase the beauty of the country ahead of Canada Day celebrations.





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