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OPINION | A new deal with Canada? How about a new deal FOR Canada | CBC News

Canada’s 2019 federal election is over, and the reveal a concerning split between west and east, rural and urban. “There is no escaping the fact that this is a country…

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Man who confessed to burying ex-girlfriend in another person’s grave seeking early parole | CTV News

WINNIPEG — A man whose taped confession led police in Brandon, Man., to find the body of a missing 18-year-old buried in another person’s grave has taken steps to apply…

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Here’s what witnesses say happened before a Hamilton student was fatally stabbed | CBC News

Lunch was over and students at Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School in Hamilton were back in class when a man, his eyes burning after being hit with bear spray, burst…

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Husky CEO says layoffs weren’t due to Liberals winning election, calls social media chatter ‘B.S.’ | CBC News

The CEO of Calgary-based Husky Energy Inc. says social media speculation that layoffs put in place the morning after the federal election this week were in reaction to political events…

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Sobeys launches high-tech ‘smart cart’ as grocers scramble to innovate | CTV News

Grocery carts will be able to do much more than haul food around thanks to new technology that allows shoppers to skip checkout lines and pay at their cart as…

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Man says condo collapsing after downstairs neighbour went ‘open concept’ | CTV News

VANCOUVER – When cracks began appearing all over his West End condo early this year, Wayne Morrissey didn’t understand what was going on – until a neighbour told him the…

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Republicans storm secure room during closed-door impeachment deposition | CBC News

Republicans managed to bring the U.S. House Democrats’ impeachment investigation to a halt on Wednesday as around two dozen Republican House members stormed into a closed-door deposition with a Defence…

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Catherine McKenna’s office was vandalized with vulgar slurs | CTV News

OTTAWA — Newly re-elected Liberal MP Catherine McKenna says she has notified police after someone spray-painted a vulgar slur on the front of her Ottawa Centre campaign office. Staff arriving…

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Youth to sue Canadian government for climate change harms, discrimination | CTV News

VANCOUVER — A lawsuit that’s expected to be filed Friday claiming young people disproportionately suffer the effects of climate change is potentially precedent setting but also a tough case to…

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Conservatives reviewing election near-miss as Andrew Scheer makes pitch to stay on as leader | CBC News

The Conservative Party of Canada has started the post-mortem process on the 2019 election campaign, trying to work out what went wrong in the weeks leading up to Monday’s vote….

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The Conservatives’ climate plan was a tough sell. Time for a new approach? | CBC News

In October 2018, Stephen Harper published Right Here, Right Now, a treatise on the way forward for conservative leaders in uncertain times. The former prime minister’s commentary included a swipe at…

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Sask. community mourns sudden death of 30-year-old curler during childbirth | CTV News

TORONTO — A close-knit curling community in Saskatchewan is mourning the death of a popular curler who suddenly died during childbirth. Aly Jenkins died on Sunday afternoon after experiencing complications…

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After long-awaited recognition, research begins in earnest around chronic fatigue | CBC News

A network of Canadian scientists is trying to make up for lost time in the search for a standard diagnostic test and treatment for a debilitating, poorly understood disease that had…

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Why Big Oil faces court cases that echo the litigation against Big Tobacco in the ’90s | CBC News

How much did the oil industry know about the impact of fossil fuel emissions on the climate? When did they know it? And what did they do with that knowledge?  Those…

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Man arrested after 39 found dead in truck container in southeast England | CBC News

Man arrested after 39 found dead in truck container in southeast England Police found the bodies of 39 people inside a truck container at an industrial park to the east…

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Family races to raise $2.8M to cure two-month-old baby with rare muscular disease | CTV News

A baby, who suffers from a rare neuromuscular disease, is fed through a tube because she has difficulty breathing, and her arms flop to her sides when she’s lifted because…

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A hunter was gored by the deer he thought he shot and killed | CTV News

An experienced Arkansas hunter was found severely injured in the woods Tuesday night, his body riddled with antler puncture wounds. He later died. The 66-year-old man from Yellville, Arkansas, had…

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Premier prepares Albertans for spending cuts in pre-budget speech | CBC News

Program spending will be trimmed by 2.8 per cent and capital projects will be delayed or scaled back when Alberta’s United Conservative Party government introduces its first budget on Thursday….

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Alberta budget 2019 full of ‘broken promises,’ bad news for taxpayers: officials | Globalnews.ca

Reaction and condemnation of the Alberta UCP’s first provincial budget was swift on Thursday, with groups representing taxpayers, teachers and two mayors saying it falls short. City mayors angered over…

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Trudeau rules out coalition, promises gender equity in new cabinet | CBC News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today ruled out a governing coalition and said his minority government’s new cabinet will have gender balance when it’s sworn in on Nov. 20. Holding his…

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Online name calling between Alberta, N.L. an unexpected post-election fallout  | CBC News

Alberta and Newfoundland and Labrador have a lot in common, including a shared economic reliance on oil, but the comments of social media users took on a disturbing twist after…

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Canadian warns against vaccine apathy after flu sends him to hospital for two months | CTV News

TORONTO — As the Public Health Agency of Canada prepares for what could be a long and severe flu season, one Ontario man is urging everyone to get the vaccine…

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Always to remove female symbol from packaging to be more inclusive of transgender, nonbinary customers | Lifestyle from CTV News

The brand Always plans to remove the Venus symbol, which is traditionally used to represent the female sex, from its menstrual products in order to be more inclusive of transgender…

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Trudeau extends olive branch to Western Canada, vows to build Trans Mountain despite opposition | CBC News

Two days after much of Western Canada rejected the Liberals on election day, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today vowed to be more sensitive to the needs of Alberta and Saskatchewan…

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Province exploring ways to deal with problem tenants | CBC News

The minister of Service Nova Scotia and Internal Services says her department is looking into ways to protect landlords from tenants who don’t pay rent. But how to achieve that isn’t clear….

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Votes for Independent in Sydney-Victoria remarkable: Cape Breton prof | CBC News

Votes for Independent in Sydney-Victoria remarkable: Cape Breton prof The federal election in Cape Breton was mostly a seesaw affair between the Liberals and Conservatives, but a political scientist says…

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Despite Bloc’s comeback, Quebec helps propel Liberals to minority government | CBC News

Quebecers are waking up to a divided province, with the Liberals maintaining a strong presence, even as the Bloc enjoyed a resurgence in popularity. With nearly all the votes counted in…

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Man accused of beach attack earlier this year arrested again – Penticton News – Castanet.net

Man accused of beach attack earlier this year arrested again – Oct 21, 2019 / 5:32 pm | Story: 268654 Photo: Facebook The man accused of nearly killing a man…

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N.S. Crown attorneys plan to walk off job to protest bill | CBC News

The president of the Nova Scotia association of Crown attorneys is predicting chaos when up to 80 per cent of his colleagues walk off the job Wednesday to oppose legislation revoking their right…

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NDP bleeds seats in Quebec as party sinks to fourth place | CTV News

Hopes of a “Singh surge” failed to materialize for the NDP as the party dropped to its lowest seat count in more than a decade, but the NDP could still…

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