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Global National: July 29, 2023 | BC port strike may resume after workers reject mediated deal

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B.C. port workers are back to the bargaining table after voting down a mediated deal to end a bitter labour dispute, with additional potential strike action looming. As Mike Drolet reports, another work walk-off would cause further damage to the Canadian economy and there's growing questions about whether the federal government will intervene.

RCMP have confirmed six people are dead after a small plane crashed near Kananaskis Village, Alta. Friday. The bodies have been recovered, and two investigators from the Transportation Safety Board have been deployed to work the case. What else is known so far.

The World Police and Fire Games is underway in Winnipeg, but there's controversy over Hong Kong's participation at the event. As Mike Armstrong explains, critics say Hong Kong's police officers should never have been invited to the competition to begin with.

The U.S. is set to assume the presidency of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) for the first time since Russia's war on Ukraine began. Jamie Maraucher reports on the U.S.'s ambitions to address growing frustration at the council's inability to manage global conflict and the chances of an overhaul realistically happening.

Plus, the Indigenous community has had one full year to reflect on Pope Francis' "penitential pilgrimage" to Canada, which focused on apologizing for the Catholic Church's role in Canada's residential school system. Neetu Garcha speaks with Cree Nation Grand Chief Mandy Gull-Masty about the impact of the Church's reconciliation efforts.

And, colour is all around us. It evokes memories, stirs emotions, and fires the imagination. But what if one day, the dazzling array of shades we see that inspire great works of art were no longer free? There’s an increasing push in law and big business to put a price on pigment. But, as Redmond Shannon discovered for The New Reality, one British artist is on a crusade to free colour for fellow creators and everyone else.

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