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South Pole’s ozone hole shrinks to smallest since discovery | CTV News

WASHINGTON — The ozone hole near the south pole this year is the smallest since it was discovered, but it is more due to freakish Antarctic weather than efforts to…

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Trudeau’s to-do list: calm rising regional tensions, heal rifts with premiers | CBC News

Fresh from an electoral victory with a weakened grip on power, Justin Trudeau is now facing a backlash from portions of a divided electorate and a long list of demands…

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Greta Thunberg clarifies Victoria invitation, says ferry emissions not an issue | CTV News

VICTORIA — Swedish climate change activist Greta Thunberg says she was unaware of an invitation to visit Victoria, but has clarified that she “definitely” didn’t turn it down because of…

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The Liberals’ fragile victory will test Trudeau’s political skills to the limit | CBC News

Justin Trudeau has won a second chance. Four years ago, that might have seemed entirely inevitable. But as recently as a week ago it seemed very possible that the Liberals…

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Addiction treatment centre opens in Ottawa for Ontario Inuit only | CBC News

The government of Nunavut is working to create a contract so Inuit from Nunavut can access services at Mamisarvik, the only Inuit-specific addiction treatment centre in Canada. The only Inuit-specific…

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The voting is over, now the hard part begins for a minority government | CBC News

The ballots have been cast and counted, but Ottawa will have to deal with uncertainty as Canada’s new minority Liberal government finds its feet in the next few days and…

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Fredericton police investigate fraud allegations involving used car dealer | CBC News

Fredericton police are investigating a “significant fraud” involving a used car dealership in the city, the force has confirmed. W&P Auto Sales, on Riverside Drive, closed in August.  Around the…

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Singh says he’s ‘not at all’ worried about a leadership challenge after NDP’s election disappointment | CBC News

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said today he’s “not at all” concerned about possible questions regarding his leadership following his party’s loss of 15 seats in Monday’s election, and promised again to…

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Election results: Jenica Atwin first Green ever elected outside B.C. | CTV News

TORONTO — The Green Party has made history, electing a federal candidate outside British Columbia for the first time. Jenica Atwin, the party’s candidate in the New Brunswick riding of…

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Fallen Hamilton soldier Nathan Cirillo remembered 5 years after deadly attack | CBC News

Corporal Nathan Cirillo was gunned down five years ago today while standing guard on ceremonial sentry duty at the Canadian National War Memorial in Ottawa.  The 24-year-old reservist from Hamilton was mourned across…

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Abortion, same-sex marriage to be decriminalized in Northern Ireland | CBC News

Campaigners who fought for decades to end Northern Ireland’s same-sex marriage ban and restrictions on abortion gathered in Belfast on Monday to prepare for a momentous change to the laws…

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Northern First Nation devastated after woman, 29, found dead | CBC News

Northern First Nation devastated after woman, 29, found dead The chief of a northern Manitoba First Nation says his community is in shock after one of its band members was…

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‘That’s a crisis’: P.E.I. senior spends 9 nights in ER waiting for long-term care bed | CBC News

Lena MacKinnon has a busy life in Stratford, P.E.I., but earlier this month she found herself driving more than an hour and a half to Alberton, to spend days on…

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Singh calls for reform of ‘broken’ voting system after NDP falls short in Quebec | CTV News

BURNABY, B.C. — If there’s any election that has highlighted how “broken” Canada’s electoral system is, it’s this one, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said in his morning-after assessment. Monday’s vote…

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Liberals bracing for losses in Atlantic Canada as polls open on the East Coast | CTV News Atlantic

HALIFAX — Four years after Atlantic Canadians gave Justin Trudeau a sweeping electoral endorsement — handing his Liberals all 32 of the region’s seats — the party is bracing for…

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Cross talk: Trudeau breaks in to Scheer’s speech after he did same to Singh | CTV News

It’s part of the campaign playbook to see party leaders talk over each other at debates, but it’s an unwritten convention for an election winner to let those who have…

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Dog poop in couple’s driveway left behind by Winnipeg police K9 unit, video shows | CTV News

WINNIPEG – An East Kildonan man is upset after he captured home security video that appears to show members of the Winnipeg Police Service’s K9 Unit failing to pick up…

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The 6 biggest surprises of election night | CTV News

TORONTO – A Liberal minority government was an expected outcome of Monday’s election. Many other results, though, were not quite so predictable. From an unusual situation where the party with…

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Moncton daycare adopts vegan menu | CBC News

The daycare at the Moncton YWCA is taking on a mission that many parents find next to impossible — getting kids to eat their vegetables. Margie’s Early Learning Centre has adopted…

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Fire burning in Western Canada following election: Saskatchewan premier | CTV News

REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says the federal election results confirm there’s a fire of frustration burning in Western Canada and it’s time for a new deal with Ottawa….

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Trans woman who complained salons wouldn’t wax genitalia ordered to pay $6K | CTV News

VANCOUVER – The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has dismissed more than half a dozen complaints from a transgender woman who accused local salon workers of discrimination because they refused to…

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Apple Watch likely saved Calgary woman from man who had bag of rape tools | CBC News

Apple Watch likely saved Calgary woman from man who had bag of rape tools When he broke into his victim’s apartment, John Joseph Macindoe had everything he needed to drug,…

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Ski resort in Nfld. denies family pass rate to single mom and son | CBC News

A single mother says a popular western Newfoundland ski resort’s policy on family passes discriminates against some variations of families, such as her and her seven-year-old son. Dawn Leja wants to see…

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Liberals lost support from coast to coast, except in the most decisive battlegrounds: Quebec and Ontario | CBC News

The Liberals lost support in every province across Canada in yesterday’s federal election, and it cost them their majority government. But it wasn’t enough to cost them power. Justin Trudeau…

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Donald Trump congratulates Justin Trudeau on election win | CTV News

TORONTO – Justin Trudeau remained prime minister after a 40-day campaign, making international headlines following the results of Canada’s “coin toss election,” while receiving praise from U.S. President Donald Trump….

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Wexit: How a political divide in Western Canada is driving calls for separation | CTV News

Wedged between the federal government’s climate policy and the politically driven oil-and-gas economy in the west lies a deep-seated regional divide that some believe has reached a breaking point. As…

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Indian students wear boxes on their heads during exam to prevent cheating | CTV News

A school in India has apologized after photos emerged of students wearing cardboard boxes on their heads during an exam to discourage cheating. The Bhagat Pre-University College in Haveri, in…

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2 federal offenders missing from Saint John halfway house | CBC News

2 federal offenders missing from Saint John halfway house Saint John police are seeking the public’s help in locating two federal offenders who have been at large from a local halfway…

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After minority win, Sask. premier demands ‘new deal’ to stave off Western separatism | CBC News

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe today called on a newly re-elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to stop what he described as a “fire” of regional alienation “burning” in Western Canada. Moe…

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OPINION | Andrew Scheer’s narrow vision of conservatism was his party’s failing: Opinion | CBC News

Conservatism in Canada doesn’t necessarily look like Andrew Scheer’s concept. It doesn’t have to, anyway. It can be pro choice, like Lisa Raitt, who lost her seat in the Greater Toronto…

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