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Canada’s first ‘body farm’ set to open in the spring | CTV News

TORONTO — Some of the bodies will be buried in shallow graves. Some will be left in vehicles. Others, still, will be placed on the ground outside, exposed to the…

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Montreal Massacre marked with ceremonies across Canada, vows to ‘do better’ to protect women | CBC News

Beams of light will shine on the skyline of Montreal and cities across Canada this evening in memory of the women killed at École Polytechnique 30 years ago. In what has…

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Mother calls for apology after school makes son scrub the washrooms | CTV News

WINNIPEG — Disciplining children can be a difficult balancing act, but one Winnipeg mother says her boy’s school crossed the line after making him scrub the washroom. Christa Lee said…

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‘Oh my God, I killed her’ mother tells police after toddler dies from eating fentanyl | CBC News

A mother whose child died after ingesting fentanyl has pleaded guilty to criminal negligence causing death. Nicole Eidt, 28, appeared in a Kitchener courtroom Thursday. Her daughter, Amelia Runstedler, was 20…

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Election of Speaker of the House of Commons is underway | CBC News

If Geoff Regan wants to continue to serve as Speaker of the House of Commons, he’d need to beat four other candidates to take the coveted job. Two Conservative MPs,…

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Ontario public high school teachers to hold one-day strike after negotiations fall apart | CTV News

TORONTO — Hundreds of thousands of public high school students will be out of classrooms in Ontario on Wednesday as their teachers take part in a one-day strike amid months…

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West Kelowna RCMP warn public of third luring incident – West Kelowna News – Castanet.net

Photo: Contributed West Kelowna RCMP are warning the public of a third suspicious incident in which a 15-year-old was asked to enter a vehicle. About 6 p.m. Monday, police received a report…

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Video shows teen in U.S. Border Patrol custody writhing on floor for hours before dying | CBC News

Video showing a U.S. Border Patrol cell where a 16-year-old from Guatemala died of the flu shows the teen writhing, collapsing on the floor and being left there for hours alone before…

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Italian city commemorates Canadian military heroes who liberated it | CTV News

TORONTO — Residents of Ravenna, Italy, spend a day every holiday season commemorating their liberation from Nazi control during the Second World War by Allied forces – something thousands of…

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Clifford, everybody’s favourite big red dog, gets a reboot | Entertainment & Showbiz from CTV News

NEW YORK — Who’s your favourite big red dog? If you have one, chances are his name is Clifford. Scholastic Entertainment is rebooting the TV series about the giant dog…

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Anti-vaxxer views blamed as measles deaths rise 15 per cent | CTV News

WASHINGTON — More than 140,000 people died from measles worldwide in 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. authorities said Thursday, the result of global vaccination rates that have…

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How the way we remember the Montreal Massacre has changed 30 years later | CBC News

When Jim Edward thinks of his sister, Anne-Marie, he remembers a vibrant young student with an incredible sense of adventure. “One of her friends used to say it’s easier to…

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‘There are other girls out there’: 26-year-old cold case haunts former Downtown Eastside beat cop | CBC News

In 1993, Vicki Black’s body was found wrapped in a sheet, left in a dumpser behind the 7-Eleven near Hastings Street and Victoria Drive in Vancouver. Dave Dickson was a constable with the…

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More plane troubles for the PM, replacement sent to fly NATO delegation home | CTV News

OTTAWA — The plane that flew Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to NATO — a replacement to begin with — has engine troubles and another aircraft has been sent to London…

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Six bears euthanized in the same PoCo neighbourhood last week | Tri-City News

Conservations officers are again going door-to-door in a Port Coquitlam neighbourhood after six bears were destroyed in the area last week because they were habituated to human trash. Murray Smith,…

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Watchdog calls for RCMP to investigate firing of Alberta’s election commissioner | CBC News

A national democratic watchdog wants the RCMP to investigate the firing of Alberta’s election commissioner, who was in the midst of an ongoing probe into the province’s governing party.  Bill 22,…

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Princess Anne shrugs as Queen gestures for her to greet Donald Trump | CTV News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s conversation with several world leaders about U.S. President Donald Trump isn’t the only moment to get people talking about NATO’s two-day summit, after Princess Anne was…

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Mounties should have steered clear of any probe into Trudeau’s Bahamas vacation: MP | CBC News

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police should have recused themselves from deciding whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should be investigated in connection with his controversial vacation on the Aga Khan’s island…

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Theft of poutine trailer robs London, Ont., man of delicious Canadian dream | CBC News

‘It’s devastating:’ Owner says poutine trailer was stolen before opening A family is devastated after their food truck trailer, which was set to open later this month, was stolen. The…

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N.S. girl earns bravery award for saving family from van that plunged into river | CTV News Atlantic

HALIFAX — Six-year-old Sophia Grace LeBlanc and two siblings were in a van driven by their mother in November 2018 when the vehicle left the highway near Little River, N.S.,…

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Personal insolvencies in Canada are at their highest level in a decade | CTV News

TORONTO — The latest data shows that Canadians are filing the highest number of personal insolvencies in a decade. Canadian consumers filed 13,200 bankruptcies and proposals in October, a 13…

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Teen in custody after toddler with ‘traumatic’ injuries found by neighbour | CTV News

TORONTO — A 16-year-old boy is in custody following an hours-long standoff with police after a 22-month-old girl was found near a Hamilton home with “traumatic injuries” early Wednesday morning….

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Andrew Scheer’s personal numbers suggest he was part of the problem in October | CBC News

It might be hard for Andrew Scheer to not take the calls for his resignation personally. After all, under his leadership the Conservatives won more seats and more of the popular…

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‘A chance to see who we really are’: Six Nations builds own stock image library | CBC News

There’s a severe lack of Indigenous representation in most stock imagery available online, one woman from Six Nations of the Grand River says, and she’s excited to now work for a company…

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Pregnant woman faces deportation despite doctors warning it’s unsafe for her to travel | CTV News

TORONTO — A woman, who is seven months pregnant and suffering from cardiac issues in Toronto, is facing deportation to Bangladesh, despite medical specialists warning that it’s unsafe for her…

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Missing dog spotted on surveillance video after living in wild for 8 months | CBC News

Missing dog spotted on surveillance video after living in wild for 8 months Zoe, a yellow Labrador mix, was believed to be dead until a hunter posted a photo on…

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‘I’ve never felt shame like this in my life’: 500 homeless, 5,000 await affordable housing | CBC News

When New Brunswick signed a $299.2 million agreement with Ottawa under the National Housing Strategy, many hoped there would soon be affordable apartments for at least some of the 500 people…

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No apology from PM Trudeau after U.S. President Trump calls him ‘two-faced’ | CTV News

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did not apologize after U.S. President Donald Trump called him “two-faced” in the wake of a video of the PM apparently speaking candidly to…

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‘It’s overwhelming’: Survivors create public list of Catholic clerics accused of sexual abuse | CBC News

Starting at the age of 10, Miriam MacCormack says she was sexually abused by a Catholic priest for two years. After five decades of struggle — including suicide attempts —…

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Video showing Trudeau seemingly talking candidly about Trump goes viral | CTV News

LONDON — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other foreign leaders have been caught on camera apparently talking candidly about U.S. President Donald Trump, with the footage now going viral and…

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