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Point of View: I’ve been a journalist for 35 years — the Polytechnique massacre left a scar on all of us | CBC News

I have a bike loop I do a couple of times a week all summer, riding up Mount Royal on Camillien-Houde Way to Côte-des-Neiges Road and then up some more,…

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Trump hints at possible trade action against Canada, other NATO countries | CTV News

TORONTO — Following a frosty couple days, U.S. President Donald Trump has once again hinted at a possible trade spat with Canada and other NATO countries that he believes aren’t…

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‘We’re backsliding’: Surge in measles cases reported globally | CBC News

More than 140,000 people died from measles worldwide in 2018, say health officials, adding they’re alarmed by the rapid increase in the easily preventable disease. The measles virus is highly…

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Toronto-area rapper blames systemic racism for months of misdiagnosis | CTV News

TORONTO — When Matthew John Derrick-Huie went to the doctor with chest pain and shortness of breath in 2017, he didn’t know he was about to embark on a two-year…

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Hundreds of women fleeing abuse turned away by shelters | CBC News

Tracy and her husband had been having trouble for months. There had been lots of yelling, as well as some pushing and shoving. On Nov. 6, Tracy’s husband attacked her, smashing her phone….

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The bread bowl returns: Tim Hortons brings back edible bowl at select locations | Lifestyle from CTV News

TORONTO — Nearly 20 years ago, long before memes or viral videos were a thing, Tim Hortons captured national attention with a quirky tagline: “Then I ate the bowl!” The…

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Biden campaign uses video of Trudeau laughing at Trump in election ad | CBC News

A video of Justin Trudeau gossiping with other world leaders about Donald Trump is featured in an advertisement for the U.S. president’s leading political rival. “The world is laughing at President…

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629 Pakistani girls sold as brides to China | CTV News

LAHORE, PAKISTAN — Page after page, the names stack up: 629 girls and women from across Pakistan who were sold as brides to Chinese men and taken to China. The…

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Pakistani investigators say hundreds of girls and women being sold to China — but neither country will act | CBC News

Pakistani investigators have confirmed at least 629 girls and women from across the country were sold as brides to Chinese men and taken to China in the past 18 months or…

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No apology from Trudeau after 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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Church of Atheism loses bid for charitable status following court appeal | CBC News

They’re a church of atheists, who for tax purposes, were hoping to be treated like a religion. But their arguments left three judges and Canada’s Minister of National Revenue non-believers….

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Throne speech promises tax cut, climate action and ban on military-style firearms | CBC News

In a throne speech promising new efforts to tackle climate change, make life more affordable and impose a ban on “military-style” firearms, the Liberal government today called on members of Parliament to…

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Done deal: Calgary taxpayers are paying $290M share of a new NHL arena | CBC News

It’s no longer hypothetical. Calgary taxpayers have bought themselves a new NHL arena. Coun. Jeff Davison says a final deal has been signed to make the controversial new event centre — a…

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‘Poor judgment’: Party leaders in Ottawa slam Trudeau for remarks caught on camera | CTV News

OTTAWA — As party leaders descend on Ottawa ahead of Parliament’s return to business, they had some choice words for Prime Minister Trudeau who was caught on video speaking candidly…

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RCMP owe the Aga Khan’s island more than $56,000 for Trudeau vacation | CBC News

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police owe the managers of the Aga Khan’s private island in the Bahamas more than $56,000 for meals, accommodations and jet ski rentals during Prime Minister…

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Two teens killed by mother’s boyfriend after argument over cigarette smoke escalates, police say | CTV News

An argument between a Connecticut teenager and her mother’s boyfriend over his smoking in the house turned deadly after the man shot the 15-year-old and her 16-year-old brother on Tuesday…

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Map of potential Saskatoon school shooting outlined goal to kill ‘150 – 200 people’ | CBC News

“Goal 150 – 200 people.” That was a line of text at the bottom of a map that appeared to detail plans for a school shooting at Holy Cross High School…

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FBI warning: protect yourself from your new smart TV | CTV News

TORONTO — Excited about that great smart TV deal you scored over the Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend? Not so fast.  The FBI is reminding the public to be aware of the…

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‘So darn cute:’ Indigenous artists and memers embrace Baby Yoda | CBC News

What happens when Indigenous people across Canada and the United States adopt Baby Yoda as one of their own? He gets placed in a cradleboard. Maybe wearing a ribbon skirt….

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Half of homeless people have experienced traumatic brain injuries, new UBC study suggests | CBC News

One in every two people who are homeless may have experienced a traumatic brain injury, according to new research out of the University of British Columbia. The study, published this…

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A solar-powered boat abandoned in Canada washed ashore in Ireland | CTV News

TORONTO — When a solar-powered wooden houseboat marked with the name “Rick Small” washed ashore an Irish beach in 2016, locals were left puzzled. For three years, the mysterious vessel…

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Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou reflects on anniversary of arrest in blog post | CBC News

Meng Wanzhou, the embattled Chinese technology executive facing possible extradition to the U.S., has been reading books cover to cover, completing oil paintings and is thankful for the kindness of…

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Nepal’s mass animal slaughter begins despite outcry | CTV News

Hindu worshippers began killing thousands of buffalo Tuesday in reputedly the world’s biggest animal sacrifice, held every five years in a remote corner of Nepal, despite efforts to end the…

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Report slams province for failing to get more nursing grads, despite $100M investment | CBC News

New Brunswick’s auditor general slammed the province Tuesday for its hands-off approach to the millions of dollars it has been giving universities over the past decade to increase their numbers…

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Miramichi surgeon suspended for ‘improper relationship’ with former patient | CBC News

A surgeon in Miramichi has been suspended for one year for having an “improper relationship” with a former patient, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New Brunswick announced on Tuesday….

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B.C. man identified in connection with RCMP probe into CRA phone scam | CBC News

A Burnaby, B.C., man has been identified as a suspect in an RCMP investigation into organized crime groups accused of scamming Canadians by posing as Canada Revenue Agency officers, demanding payment through cash…

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‘It’s all I have left’: Former BC Lion asks for public’s help finding lost Grey Cup rings | CTV News

VANCOUVER — A former BC Lions offensive lineman is hoping the public can help him find his two lost Grey Cup championship rings. Winning the Grey Cup is what every…

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House report outlines evidence of Trump impeachment | CTV News

WASHINGTON — The House released a sweeping impeachment report Tuesday outlining evidence of what it calls U.S. President Donald Trump’s wrongdoing toward Ukraine, findings that will serve as the foundation…

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‘We’ll keep going’: Family still looking for senior after emergency crews suspend search | CTV News

MAPLE RIDGE, B.C. — It’s been three days since Julia Marsden’s dad went for a walk in the Ferguson Trails in Maple Ridge, and still there’s no sign of him…

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Mi’kmaw artist draws on past abuse for first illustration project | CBC News

When Mi’kmaw artist Pauline Young was commissioned to illustrate two picture books she didn’t hesitate to take on the project. But she admits she didn’t know where to start. Young worked for a year…

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