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How was the pope's 'pilgrimage of penance' received by Indigenous people in Canada?

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Pope Francis traveled to Canada to apologize to residential school survivors

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Pope Francis arrives in Canada as Indigenous groups seek a full apology

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Pope Francis visits Canada to address missionaries' abuse of Indigenous children

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Environmental research students Valérie Bolduc and Jaynina Deku review test photos from motion-activated cameras they have installed around a water culvert to monitor wildlife. Emma Jacobs hide caption

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Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, with government officials and gun control advocates, speaks at a news conference on May 30 about firearm-control legislation that was tabled in the House of Commons in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Blair Gable/Reuters hide caption

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As gun violence rises in Canada, weapons from the U.S. complicate gun control efforts

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Pro-choice protesters react to the decision of Roe v. Wade being overturned at the U.S. Supreme Court. Dee Dwyer for NPR hide caption

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Canadian abortion providers don't know how many U.S. women will now travel there

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Canada expects more Americans seeking abortions to cross the border

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Canada can change its gun laws, but can't stop the smuggling of guns from the U.S.

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Canada aims to cap the market for handguns with new legislation

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The Quebec nationalist fight to restrict the use of English in Quebec

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Tony D'Amato, director of the University of Vermont's forestry program, visits an experiment site in the Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge. Emma Jacobs for NPR hide caption

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Foresters hope 'assisted migration' will preserve landscapes as the climate changes

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Half of the women in Canada's federal prisons are Indigenous

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Canadian politicians don't care to fix the prime minister's crumbling official home

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