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Ranchers and loggers defy evacuation order to fight fire in tiny Riske Creek, B.C.  

In the tiny B.C. community of Riske Creek, logging and ranching are a way of life, but in recent days many of the 90 or so residents have found themselves on the front line of one of the largest fires in the province.

2017-07-20 05:31:38
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Ship that may have sunk admiral's career to be unveiled in Quebec  

The ship that may have cost the military's second-in-command his career will be formally unveiled in an elaborate ceremony Thursday at Quebec's Chantier Davie Shipyard.

2017-07-20 04:53:17
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1 in 3 dementia cases are potentially preventable: report  

Dementia may be viewed as unavoidable, but one in three cases could be prevented through lifestyle and social changes, a new review suggests.

2017-07-20 04:40:16
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How cellphone improvements hold down inflation: Don Pittis  

If you're getting better cellphone service at the same price, does that make you feel as if prices are falling? That's what the stats say.

2017-07-20 04:23:55
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'I would have picked somebody else': Trump slams Sessions over Russia recusal to NYT  

U.S. President Donald Trump told The New York Times in an interview Wednesday that he never would have appointed Jeff Sessions as attorney general had he known Sessions would recuse himself from overseeing the Russia investigation.

2017-07-20 04:02:51
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Midnight in an Istanbul park: Syrian children play in the shadow of war  

In between the peals of laughter and the occasional bike collision as Syrian children play in a park in Istanbul, the echoes of the brutal six-year civil war their families fled never seem far away.

2017-07-20 03:46:18
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Crumbing top-court building to be made earthquake resistant  

The Supreme Court building, opened in 1939, is crumbling, with major systems at risk of failure in the next three years. But a $1-billion rehabilitation project isn't scheduled to begin until 2023. Officials at Public Services and Procurement Canada say they'll monitor for "potential failures" in the meantime.

2017-07-20 02:42:37
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Trump's 'influential' pick for ambassador to Canada faces Senate hearing  

U.S. President Donald Trump's pick to be the next ambassador to Canada, a deep-pocketed Republican donor with influential allies in Congress and family ties with a Kentucky coal empire, faces her Senate confirmation hearing Thursday.

2017-07-20 02:11:16
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Trudeau's silence on Payette's expunged assault charge shows double standard: Robyn Urback  

It's not far-fetched to think that if it was discovered that a male governor general had an assault charge in his past — even if it was entirely unfounded — Trudeau would seize the opportunity to evangelize about male aggression and domestic violence.

2017-07-20 01:53:58
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Humans have produced 8.3 billion tonnes of plastic, researchers say  

Plastic is in almost everything we use. Now researchers have calculated the amount of the synthetic material humans have produced since the advent of of large-scale production began in the 1950s: 8.3 billion tonnes.

2017-07-19 20:52:39
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'Seeing is believing': B.C. fire-zone photos show what's left at Loon Lake  

Photos of the Loon Lake, B.C., area, taken covertly, show what the wildfire destroyed but also what it spared.

2017-07-19 19:40:43
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Winnipeg Yazidi refugee learns her 12-year-old son is alive after rescue from ISIS  

A Winnipeg mother says she can't believe her 12-year-old son is alive, after being separated in 2014 when the Yazidi family was captured by ISIS.

2017-07-19 18:40:49
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Hydro One signs blockbuster deal to buy Avista for $6.7B in cash  

Hydro One Ltd. has signed a friendly deal to acquire U.S. energy company Avista Corp. for C$6.7 billion in an all-cash deal that would create one of the largest regulated utilities in North America.

2017-07-19 16:13:50
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U.S. Senator John McCain diagnosed with brain cancer  

U.S. Senator John McCain has a brain tumour and is reviewing treatment options that may include a combination of chemotherapy and radiation, his office announced on Wednesday.

2017-07-19 14:02:11
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Governor General breaches royal protocol by touching Queen to avoid her stumbling on 'slippy' carpet  

Canada's Governor General says he was trying to prevent the Queen from stumbling when he breached royal protocol by touching the monarch on Wednesday while en route to Canada House in central London.

2017-07-19 13:49:15
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New French's owners plan to continue Canadian ketchup production  

American spice company McCormick & Co. announced Wednesday it will buy French's and all other food products owned by Reckitt Benckiser for $4.2 billion US.

2017-07-19 13:08:49
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Swiss identify glacier bodies as couple missing since 1942  

​Swiss police say they've identified two bodies found among an Alpine glacier as a couple missing for nearly 75 years.

2017-07-19 12:14:31
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New sexual assault trial ordered on grounds Edmonton judge relied on myths, stereotypes  

An Edmonton-area man found not guilty earlier this year of sexually assaulting his stepdaughter will stand trial again, following a decision by the Alberta Court of Appeal Wednesday.

2017-07-19 12:11:16
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Canadian Food Inspection Agency expands yogurt recall to Yoplait and Liberte  

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has added the Yoplait Minigo and Liberte brands of yogurt to a recall over concerns that pieces of plastic may be in the product.

2017-07-19 11:12:36
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'How's it going, eh?' Bob and Doug McKenzie help raise $325K in special fundraiser  

Bob and Doug McKenzie — brought to life by Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas — led the star-studded cast of a comedy reunion Tuesday night on Toronto's storied Second City stage to help Thomas's nephew and others with spinal cord injuries.

2017-07-19 11:09:23
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Quebec City mayor worried about far-right group linked to cemetery referendum  

A far-right group in Quebec is being warned against further political meddling after it was tied to a referendum campaign that successfully managed to block the construction of a Muslim cemetery.

2017-07-19 10:48:46
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'I couldn't breathe': Sask. man narrowly escapes after vehicle catches fire  

Barry Chalifoux says he's lucky to be alive after what seemed like a slight car malfunction turned into a terrifying ordeal.

2017-07-19 10:29:09
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Andrew Scheer to unveil 'regional, gender diverse' House leadership team Thursday  

Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer will unveil his House leadership team tomorrow in Ottawa, and at least one familiar face will be returning in a senior post, CBC News has learned.

2017-07-19 10:23:30
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Police investigating after 13-year-old found dead in Burnaby, B.C., park  

Police in Burnaby, B.C., are warning parents and asking the public to be vigilant after the body of 13-year-old Marissa Shen was found early Wednesday in a popular park.

2017-07-19 10:12:33
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Calypso firm on topless ban despite rights complaint  

The owner of two popular water parks in Ontario and Quebec says women will not be allowed to go topless on the premises, despite a human right complaint.

2017-07-19 09:25:54
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NAFTA talks: Trump administration announces Aug. 16 start date   

United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer announced Wednesday that the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement will begin with a first round of talks Aug. 16-20 in Washington. Additional rounds are expected to follow in the other two countries.

2017-07-19 08:15:28
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Thousands turned away as Newfoundland Chase the Ace lottery postponed due to duplicate tickets  

A government department shut down the church-run lottery on Wednesday night, after multiple tickets with the same numbers were discovered.

2017-07-19 08:11:53
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Karim Baratov, alleged Yahoo hacker, to fight extradition in September  

Karim Baratov, the man accused in a massive hack of Yahoo emails, made a brief appearnace at a court hearing today in Hamilton.

2017-07-19 07:31:11
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Saudi arrest of miniskirt model cut short  

Saudi Arabia says a woman who was arrested after wearing a miniskirt in an online video has been released without charge.

2017-07-19 06:50:55
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Defaced Qur'an, hateful note sent to Quebec City mosque where January shootings occurred  

The anonymous package arrived at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec City via Canada Post on Friday, two days before residents in nearby Saint-Apollinaire voted in a referendum on a Muslim cemetery in their town.

2017-07-19 05:47:59
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Premiers set to tackle clogged courts and legal cannabis   

Coping with new pot rules, court delays and an escalating opioid crisis are some of the pressing issues premiers will tackle on their final day in Edmonton Wednesday.

2017-07-19 05:15:36
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Government delays decision on restoring door-to-door mail delivery  

The decision on whether to restore home delivery of mail is delayed. The government had promised a decision by this past spring, but now says it needs more time to consider the "complex issue."

2017-07-19 04:56:09
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Trump's family, former campaign chair to testify at Senate committees  

Members of the Trump campaign's inner circle are being scheduled to talk to Senate committees next week.

2017-07-19 04:10:20
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Family gets HIV testing after catheter found in ice cream tub  

Three people in Quebec had already started eating the Coaticook brand ice cream when one of the guests found something hard in the ice cream he had just put in his mouth. He spit it out and saw it was a piece of a catheter.

2017-07-19 04:02:11
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What's Canadian and cheaper than Champagne? Sparkling wine  

With limestone soil and cool temperatures, Canada is perfect for growing grapes for the global wine trend of popping corks.

2017-07-19 04:01:09
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Delayed Tim Hortons order app to launch next week, franchisee says  

Tim Hortons is set to launch its mobile order-and-pay app on July 27, according to a franchise owner. Franchisees launched a protest in March to block an earlier release of the app.

2017-07-19 03:57:16
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Health trouble brought on by mould exposure ends sailor's career  

A former navy sailor has been diagnosed with a lung condition which his civilian doctor and now Veterans Affairs attribute to his exposure to mould aboard two navy destroyers. The case of Alan Doucette, a former lieutenant and maritime warfare officer, comes to light as the navy begins a series of health hazard air quality tests aboard its patrol frigates.

2017-07-19 03:25:21
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Nursing home where Wettlaufer killed still not allowed to take new residents  

Ontario's Ministry of Long-term Care put a halt to admissions at Caressant Care Woodstock in January due to multiple violations of regulations. Six months later, the nursing home where serial killer Elizabeth Wettlaufer carried out her crimes is still under the order.

2017-07-19 03:22:24
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What does 'heightened screening' of electronic devices mean at airport security?  

Starting today, Canadian travellers to the United States could be subject to "heightened screening" of their electronic devices when passing through airport security. Here is how it works.

2017-07-19 03:10:23
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Renaming Ryerson University is not about sanitizing our history   

There is a certain irony to the fact that many people are insisting the university stay true to its legacy and keep "Ryerson" in its name, when the whole point of the residential school system was to eradicate Indigenous culture.

2017-07-19 02:21:02
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Sabre rattling turns to 'sunshine': Why South Korea wants to play nice with the North  

South Korean President Moon Jae-in has formally offered to launch talks with the North over military and humanitarian issues, a big step toward reviving a "sunshine policy" that stresses negotiation instead of confrontation.

2017-07-19 01:56:29
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Ottawa hires consultants to advise on airport sell-offs  

A secretive project on the potential sale Canadian airports remains active, as Ottawa works with a major consultant firm and lawyers to advise on how to put assets on the auction block for up to $16.6 billion.

2017-07-19 01:31:13
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B.C.'s new NDP government sworn into office  

After a historic provincial election that took nearly two months to resolve, the B.C. NDP officially took power this afternoon.

2017-07-18 21:50:22
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Measures protecting Canadian dairy industry under fire at U.S. NAFTA hearing  

Canadian measures to protect the dairy industry came under the microscope at a U.S. congressional hearing on revamping the North American Free Trade Agreement Tuesday, suggesting the Liberal government will have a tough time convincing legislators to look past the long-standing trade irritant.

2017-07-18 20:06:39
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U.S.-bound travellers to face 'enhanced security measures' at all Canadian airports  

Travellers flying from Canada to the United States will now face a more thorough screening process. The U.S. says the "enhanced security measures" are a response to increasing terrorist threats to commercial aviation.

2017-07-18 19:44:06
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Saudi woman wearing miniskirt in video arrested following public outcry  

A Saudi woman has been arrested for defying the kingdom's strict dress code by walking around in a miniskirt and crop top in a video that sparked public outrage.

2017-07-18 19:19:58
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Buzz kill? Brian Pallister pushes premiers to delay legalization of pot by 1 year  

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is rallying support to ask the federal government to delay its plan to legalize pot by one year.

2017-07-18 18:19:10
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'Curiosity can get you killed': Accidental bomb explosion in pickup injures 4 people in Winnipeg  

A 22-year-old Winnipeg man says he is happy to be alive and praying for his injured friends after a bomb exploded in the pickup truck they were in on the weekend.

2017-07-18 17:56:20
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2 retailers pull TrapStik wasp trap from store shelves after product kills handful of birds  

An Ontario woman says a product she purchased to kill wasps ended up trapping and killing seven small birds instead.

2017-07-18 13:43:44
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B.C. government readies for historic transition amid wildfire crisis  

After 16 years under one party, British Columbia will have a change in government while dealing with one of the biggest emergencies the province has ever seen: tens of thousands of people out of their homes in communities across the Interior because of wildfires.

2017-07-18 13:14:09
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After Trump's tough talk, new NAFTA looks more like light reno than demolition  

Negotiation objectives for the North American Free Trade Agreement revealed by the Trump administration are nuanced and sensible, international trade and customs experts say.

2017-07-18 13:08:46
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Can Penny Oleksiak avoid burning out?  

The future looks bright for Penny Oleksiak, but swimming prodigies are always at risk of burning out. That's why the people around the Canadian teenage sensation are making sure she leads as normal a life as possible.

2017-07-18 12:54:50
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'Remarkable' boy with double hand transplant surpasses his goals  

The first child in the world to receive a double hand transplant is able to write, feed and dress himself on his own, just 18 months after surgery.

2017-07-18 10:20:16
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Canada's ambassador to U.S. rejects rushed NAFTA negotiations that could lead to 'bad deal'  

Canada's top diplomat in Washington says it will help calm investor uncertainty to expedite the renegotiation of NAFTA. Ambassador to the U.S. David MacNaughton is joining the premiers meeting in Edmonton today after the U.S. unveiled its wish list for a historic overhaul of NAFTA.

2017-07-18 08:40:34
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Toronto police officer charged after man, 19, blinded in left eye in beating  

A Toronto police officer has been charged with aggravated assault, assault with a weapon and public mischief, and suspended with pay, months after a 19-year-old man was blinded in one eye and suffered multiple broken bones during an attack in Whitby, Ont.

2017-07-18 08:08:57
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3 children who died after return from government care were especially vulnerable, report finds  

Young children reunited with their families after being in government care need specific supports tailored to their "unique needs," says Alberta's child and youth advocate.

2017-07-18 07:10:20
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Doctors find 27 contact lenses stuck under woman's eyelid  

Doctors at a hospital in England were surprised to find a mass of contact lenses under a 67-year-old patient's eyelid, during what should have been routine cataract surgery.

2017-07-18 07:09:47
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Trump had 2nd, undisclosed meeting with Putin at G20  

U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin held a second, previously undisclosed meeting at the G20 summit earlier this month in Germany, a White House official said on Tuesday.

2017-07-18 06:59:11
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Australian senator resigns after learning she's also Canadian  

An Australian senator has resigned after learning she was also a Canadian. She left Canada at 11 months old.

2017-07-18 06:48:52
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4 people in custody after standoff in Portage la Prairie  

An armed standoff in Portage la Prairie, Man., has ended with four people being taken into custody.

2017-07-18 06:48:40
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Metro Vancouver commuters face haze, smoke as wildfire smoke drifts west  

There is a haze in the air across parts of B.C.'s Lower Mainland and up Howe Sound on Tuesday morning as smoke from the wildfires in the Interior drifts west.

2017-07-18 06:47:34
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Morneau proposes tax changes to close loopholes for wealthy  

Finance Minister Bill Morneau is proposing to close loopholes that allow wealthy Canadians to avoid higher tax rates, largely by targeting people who incorporate themselves and then draw income from their businesses while paying lower corporate taxes.

2017-07-18 06:21:25
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Couillard vows to help Muslims get own cemetery in wake of Saint-Apollinaire vote  

Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard says the province will act to help Muslims get their own cemetery after the referendum in Saint-Apollinaire, Que., Sunday appeared to have crushed those hopes.

2017-07-18 06:16:32
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Grouse Mountain Resort's Chinese investor 'silent,' says new Canadian owner  

A popular Vancouver-area ski hill has been sold to a partnership that includes Shanghai-based China Minsheng Investment Group, the resort has announced.

2017-07-18 05:55:55
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Australian senator resigns because she's also Canadian  

An Australian senator has resigned after learning she was also a Canadian. She left Canada at 11 months old.

2017-07-18 05:52:57
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The era of record-low interest rates is over. Now what?  

They say it takes three days to form a habit. So, what does a decade of easy, cheap money do to the behaviour of a whole swath of Canadians who've never known anything else?

2017-07-18 04:42:26
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Trudeau's challenge will be turning foreign fanfare into actual influence  

Mired in scandal, Donald Trump has ceded the position of leader of the free world. All available signs suggest Justin Trudeau is gunning for the position.

2017-07-18 04:35:43
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4 Republican senators oppose health-care bill, killing it for now  

The latest Republican effort to repeal and replace "Obamacare" was fatally wounded in the Senate Monday night when two more Republican senators announced their opposition to the legislation strongly backed by U.S. President Donald Trump.

2017-07-18 03:20:20
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'It's a miracle,' sister says about recovery of Montrealer injured in Times Square rampage  

Elena Avetisian has taken her first steps two months after the Montrealer was critically injured when a car plowed into a crowd of pedestrians in New York City three months ago.

2017-07-18 02:51:46
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Bitter battle between Big Beer and craft brewers gets uglier  

Independent brewers say big beer companies are continuing to buy more and more craft breweries and employing tactics that make it difficult for beer drinkers to tell if the suds they're quaffing are local.

2017-07-18 02:43:23
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'Come to CRA before we go to you': International deal designed to expose offshore tax cheats  

Canadians with secret overseas bank accounts could soon find themselves at risk of being exposed as dozens of countries start automatically sharing banking information of non-residents.

2017-07-18 02:40:17
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More than 45,000 people displaced by B.C. wildfires  

Evacuations prompted by wildfires in central B.C. are approaching record levels for the province, officials said Tuesday.

2017-07-18 02:30:18
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Who's hiding books in Montreal's subway system?  

Inspired by Emma Watson, Audree Archambault has been leaving books for people to read in Montreal's Metro stations. All she asks is that the subway riders return them when they're done.

2017-07-18 02:21:28
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Trump blasts Congress over failure of health-care bill  

U.S. President Donald Trump blasts congressional Democrats and "a few Republicans" over the collapse of his party's effort to rewrite the Obama health-care law, and warns, "We will return."

2017-07-18 02:18:20
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Anorexia film To the Bone triggers tears, painful memories at special screening  

Alison Rogers has been struggling to keep her eating disorder under control for years, but she says she's particularly vulnerable these days. Still, she attended a special screening of the Netflix film To the Bone organized by a Toronto centre that helps people with eating disorders.

2017-07-18 02:01:54
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Sears Canada liquidation sales given OK to start Friday  

Sears Canada has been given approval to begin liquidation sales Friday at the 59 locations it plans to close.

2017-07-18 01:56:33
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Acid attacks leave more than physical scars — and they're on the rise in Britain  

​A recent wave of acid attacks in London has alarmed Britons and drawn new attention to a crime once thought to be the exclusive domain of street gangs.

2017-07-18 01:54:26
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'Somewhere between her door and the arena, Leah met her killer'  

The killer who took 15-year-old Leah Anderson's life four years ago was male and known to the girl, Manitoba RCMP announced Tuesday in a Facebook post.

2017-07-18 01:37:58
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Which premiers are secure and which ones are worried at premiers' conference  

As the premiers gather in Edmonton for the Council of the Federation this week, some of them have more political worries back home than others.

2017-07-18 01:04:42
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New feathered dinosaur species named after famed Alberta paleontologist  

Meet the Albertavenator curriei, a feathered, toothy dinosaur that once roamed a lush coastal plain in what is now Drumheller Valley.

2017-07-17 20:39:26
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Ontario woman heartbroken after TrapStik wasp trap kills 7 birds  

An Ontario woman says a product she purchased to kill wasps ended up trapping and killing seven small birds instead.

2017-07-17 14:23:55
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'Unethical' high-tech hunters using drones to find prey  

Hunters in Nova Scotia say they're seeing far too many people using aerial drones to help them find animals to kill.

2017-07-17 13:59:57
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Ashley Madison owner to pay up to $11.2M to settle U.S. class action lawsuits  

The owner of adultery website AshleyMadison.com has agreed to pay $11.2 million US to settle class action lawsuits in the U.S. on behalf of people whose personal information was exposed in a high-profile cybersecurity breach in 2015.

2017-07-17 11:42:01
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Firefighters try to control more than a dozen wildfires threatening B.C. communities  

Smoky skies greeted central B.C. on Monday morning as firefighters began another week trying to bring wildfires across the region under control.

2017-07-17 08:58:05
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Who's next? More non-traditional casting changes we'd like to see   

The first female Doctor Who. A black Gunslinger. More diversity in the Marvel universe. Non-traditional casting is having a bit of a moment in some high-profile film and TV projects. Here are a few more suggestions we'd love to see to keep this going.

2017-07-17 08:51:16
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'What are they afraid of?' Quebec imams condemn vote against Muslim cemetery  

The news of Sunday night's vote opposing the creation of a Muslim cemetery in Saint-Apollinaire has been met with disbelief and dismay in the Muslim community, says a well-known Quebec imam.

2017-07-17 07:58:28
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Venezuela referendum shows strong opposition to Maduro's constitution plan  

Venezuela's opposition coalition had one goal in mind: to surpass the 7,505,338 votes that made Nicolas Maduro officially Hugo Chavez's successor as head of state. Now they've come close enough to know for sure they can get that kind of support in even tougher conditions.

2017-07-17 07:49:32
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'Missed opportunity': B.C.'s John Horgan will skip premiers meeting in Edmonton  

There will be an empty seat - British Columbia's - when premiers from across the country gather in Edmonton starting today. Premier-designate John Horgan will be too busy being sworn in Tuesday as B.C.'s 36th premier.

2017-07-17 07:41:58
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Trump administration poised to reveal goals for NAFTA talks  

United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer is expected to release today his negotiating objectives ahead of talks to revise the North American Free Trade Agreement next month.

2017-07-17 07:23:21
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Indigenous leaders boycott 'segregated' premiers meeting in Edmonton  

Leaders from the three national Indigenous organizations will skip the first ministers meeting in Edmonton this week, saying the format doesn't adhere to the spirit of the reconciliation.

2017-07-17 06:04:56
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Delta refunds $30 to Ann Coulter after Twitter rant  

Delta Air Lines says it will refund $30 to conservative commentator Ann Coulter after she unleashed a Twitter tirade over being reassigned to a seat with less leg room, and the airline called her string of insults "unacceptable and unnecessary."

2017-07-17 05:59:59
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'We got what we could': Fire evacuees find shelter in Kamloops, B.C.  

More than 39,000 people are under evacuation orders across B.C. and the first stop for many of them has been the evacuation centre in Kamloops.

2017-07-17 05:44:07
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Health Canada assessing wire-bristle BBQ brush risks after 9 injury reports  

After years of safety warnings and reports of injuries from wire-bristle brushes used to clean barbecue grills, Health Canada has begun a risk assessment that could potentially stop the sale of the brushes.

2017-07-17 05:32:29
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Trade talks with Trump and the race for new pot rules top agenda for premiers' meeting  

Trade talks with Donald Trump and the race to adopt new rules for legalized pot will dominate the agenda as Canada's premiers gather in Edmonton this week.

2017-07-17 04:24:47
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The electric vehicle revolution is coming, but is the infrastructure in place to maintain it?  

Companies like Tesla, BMW, and Volvo are all helping change the consumer vehicle industry, but with most consumers still worried about range anxiety, and with charging station infrastructure still a problem across the country, the revolution might just need an oil change.

2017-07-17 04:13:56
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Average Canadian house price down 10% since April, CREA says   

Home sales fell in June by their largest amount in seven years, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Monday, as nearly three-quarters of all markets slowed down during what is normally the most popular time of the year for real estate.

2017-07-17 03:30:47
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Why caution may be warranted when consuming artificial sweeteners  

Consumers may want to think twice about relying on artificial sweeteners, says a Manitoba researcher who found no evidence the sweeteners help with weight loss and some potential health harm beyond the waistline.

2017-07-17 02:49:28
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Minnesota officials probing why woman who called 911 was fatally shot by police  

Minnesota officials were investigating on Monday how an Australian woman who called police for help over the weekend ended up shot and killed by one of the officers who responded in an alley near her house.

2017-07-17 02:42:18
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'A huge thing for such a young boy': Mom says son, 11, saved family from fire that left them homeless  

Members of a family in Glovertown, N.L., are reeling after losing their entire home to fire, but it could have been much worse if not for an 11-year-old boy's bravery.

2017-07-17 02:28:56
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Canada funds Europe-based missile defence program but won't join one at home  

Canada is helping to fund NATO's ballistic missile shield in Europe, even though the Liberal government has decided to remain outside Washington's umbrella defence system in North America.

2017-07-17 02:10:38
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