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Once proposed as ski resort, B.C.'s Jumbo Glacier turned over to First Nation

After decades of controversy that reached all the way to the Supreme Court, the Jumbo Glacier in British Columbia's central Purcell Mountains is to be handed over to the Ktunaxa First Nation to manage as an Indigenous Protected Area.
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Once proposed as ski resort, B.C.'s Jumbo Glacier turned over to First Nation

After decades of controversy that reached all the way to the Supreme Court, the Jumbo Glacier in British Columbia's central Purcell Mountains is to be handed over to the Ktunaxa First Nation to manage as an Indigenous Protected Area.

Audit to test federal government on oversight of student-loans program

Canada's auditor general is examining how the government manages billions of dollars in the Canada Student Loans program, and whether it's helping students be smarter about their financial decisions, newly disclosed documents show.
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Audit to test federal government on oversight of student-loans program

Canada's auditor general is examining how the government manages billions of dollars in the Canada Student Loans program, and whether it's helping students be smarter about their financial decisions, newly disclosed documents show.

State of emergency continues as record-smashing blizzard holds eastern Newfoundland in grip

Much of eastern Newfoundland remained in the grip of a stunning blizzard early Saturday, although wickedly high winds that had racked the island were subsiding. 
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State of emergency continues as record-smashing blizzard holds eastern Newfoundland in grip

Much of eastern Newfoundland remained in the grip of a stunning blizzard early Saturday, although wickedly high winds that had racked the island were subsiding. 

3 misconceptions about retirement in Canada

A new report finds that the reality of retirement in Canada isn't quite what people expect it to be. Just 39 per cent know their retirement date a year or more in advance, and far fewer than expect to become «snowbirds» actually spend the winters
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3 misconceptions about retirement in Canada

A new report finds that the reality of retirement in Canada isn't quite what people expect it to be. Just 39 per cent know their retirement date a year or more in advance, and far fewer than expect to become «snowbirds» actually spend the winters in sunny climates.

Did a killer walk free after this man's autopsy?

A killer may have walked free after an autopsy report into the suspicious death of an Alberta man in 2010, an investigation by CBC’s The Fifth Estate has found.
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Did a killer walk free after this man's autopsy?

A killer may have walked free after an autopsy report into the suspicious death of an Alberta man in 2010, an investigation by CBC’s The Fifth Estate has found.

Nearly half of Canadians are concerned about vaccine safety. Here's why.

Nearly half of Canadians have some skepticism about the safety of vaccines despite overwhelming scientific evidence that they are safe and effective. We explore why anti-vaxx messaging remains so effective at sowing doubt.
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Nearly half of Canadians are concerned about vaccine safety. Here's why.

Nearly half of Canadians have some skepticism about the safety of vaccines despite overwhelming scientific evidence that they are safe and effective. We explore why anti-vaxx messaging remains so effective at sowing doubt.

FBI arrests reveal shocking details in case against former Canadian reservist Patrik Mathews

FBI officers have arrested more alleged members of a racially motivated and violent extremist group that a former Manitoba reservist has been accused of recruiting for — and court documents tell a chilling tale that includes plans to murder a married coupl
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FBI arrests reveal shocking details in case against former Canadian reservist Patrik Mathews

FBI officers have arrested more alleged members of a racially motivated and violent extremist group that a former Manitoba reservist has been accused of recruiting for — and court documents tell a chilling tale that includes plans to murder a married couple and overthrow the U.S. government.

Record-smashing blizzard holds eastern Newfoundland in grip

Much of eastern Newfoundland remained in the grip of a stunning blizzard early Saturday, although wickedly high winds that had racked the island were subsiding. 
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Record-smashing blizzard holds eastern Newfoundland in grip

Much of eastern Newfoundland remained in the grip of a stunning blizzard early Saturday, although wickedly high winds that had racked the island were subsiding. 

Canada's first opioid vending machine launches in Vancouver

An automatic dispensing machine is now up and running on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. It works similar to an ATM, but instead of cash, it dispenses opioids.
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Canada's first opioid vending machine launches in Vancouver

An automatic dispensing machine is now up and running on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. It works similar to an ATM, but instead of cash, it dispenses opioids.

'Unprecedented' blizzard prompts state of emergency in St. John's, N.L.

Newfoundland and Labrador's capital shut down on Friday as blizzard conditions descended on the city and residents prepared for an intense storm expected to last until Saturday.
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'Unprecedented' blizzard prompts state of emergency in St. John's, N.L.

Newfoundland and Labrador's capital shut down on Friday as blizzard conditions descended on the city and residents prepared for an intense storm expected to last until Saturday.

Newfoundlanders, hunkered down in blistering winter storm, stockpile their #stormchips

As much of Atlantic Canada hunkers down for the massive winter blizzard blasting through eastern Canada, residents are stockpiling on #stormchips.
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Newfoundlanders, hunkered down in blistering winter storm, stockpile their #stormchips

As much of Atlantic Canada hunkers down for the massive winter blizzard blasting through eastern Canada, residents are stockpiling on #stormchips.

Newfoundland blizzard as seen from space

The frigid winter storm blasting through eastern Canada can be seen from space covering much of Newfoundland in a photo captured by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
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Newfoundland blizzard as seen from space

The frigid winter storm blasting through eastern Canada can be seen from space covering much of Newfoundland in a photo captured by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Canada will withdraw forces if Iraq formalizes request for foreign troops to leave: Sajjan

If the Iraqi Parliament formally asks foreign troops to leave the country, Canada will withdraw its forces, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said today.
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Canada will withdraw forces if Iraq formalizes request for foreign troops to leave: Sajjan

If the Iraqi Parliament formally asks foreign troops to leave the country, Canada will withdraw its forces, Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said today.

Cape Breton landlords on the hook to clean up squalid apartment

A pair of landlords in Cape Breton is dealing with a mess you have to see to believe. They say their latest tenant left an apartment in such bad condition, the cleanup could take months, and will cost tens of thousands of dollars.
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Cape Breton landlords on the hook to clean up squalid apartment

A pair of landlords in Cape Breton is dealing with a mess you have to see to believe. They say their latest tenant left an apartment in such bad condition, the cleanup could take months, and will cost tens of thousands of dollars.

Two Canadians indicted in U.S. over alleged smuggling scheme to aid Pakistan nuclear program

Two men from Mississauga, Ont., have been named and indicted in an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice into an alleged goods smuggling scheme to aid Pakistan's nuclear program.
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Two Canadians indicted in U.S. over alleged smuggling scheme to aid Pakistan nuclear program

Two men from Mississauga, Ont., have been named and indicted in an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice into an alleged goods smuggling scheme to aid Pakistan's nuclear program.

Abandoned in a Calgary parking lot as a newborn, B.C. woman finds birth mother

Teanna Elliot has always known she was adopted as a newborn. But social workers advised her parents not to tell her right away that she'd been abandoned in a Calgary parking lot in 1987, head poking out of a garbage bag, her umbilical cord still attached.
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Abandoned in a Calgary parking lot as a newborn, B.C. woman finds birth mother

Teanna Elliot has always known she was adopted as a newborn. But social workers advised her parents not to tell her right away that she'd been abandoned in a Calgary parking lot in 1987, head poking out of a garbage bag, her umbilical cord still attached.

Disappointment, 'humiliation': B.C. politicians react to Trans Mountain court decision

British Columbia has lost its latest legal effort aimed at stopping the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion and, for many in the province, the decision comes as a “disappointing” blow — and, for others, it’s “humiliation.”
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Disappointment, 'humiliation': B.C. politicians react to Trans Mountain court decision

British Columbia has lost its latest legal effort aimed at stopping the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion and, for many in the province, the decision comes as a “disappointing” blow — and, for others, it’s “humiliation.”

'We're done': Foster parents share horror stories about broken N.W.T. system

From a three-year battle to get one counselling session for a sexually-abused child, to children being dropped off in the middle of the night with scabies — four foster parents are sharing their stories of negligence and unsafe practices within the N.W.T. g
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'We're done': Foster parents share horror stories about broken N.W.T. system

From a three-year battle to get one counselling session for a sexually-abused child, to children being dropped off in the middle of the night with scabies — four foster parents are sharing their stories of negligence and unsafe practices within the N.W.T. government's division of Child and Family Services.

Civil rights groups challenging Quebec's religious symbols ban file appeal to Canada's top court

In a statement Friday, the National Council of Canadian Muslims and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, along with plaintiff Ichrak Nourel Hak, said they have filed a request to seek leave to Canada's top court. 
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Civil rights groups challenging Quebec's religious symbols ban file appeal to Canada's top court

In a statement Friday, the National Council of Canadian Muslims and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, along with plaintiff Ichrak Nourel Hak, said they have filed a request to seek leave to Canada's top court. 

State of emergency declared in St. John's region; raging blizzard brings eastern Newfoundland to a standstill

The City of St. John's and neighbouring municipalities declared a state of emergency Friday as a massive storm system moves through the eastern part of Newfoundland.
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State of emergency declared in St. John's region; raging blizzard brings eastern Newfoundland to a standstill

The City of St. John's and neighbouring municipalities declared a state of emergency Friday as a massive storm system moves through the eastern part of Newfoundland.

State of emergency declared in St. John's as raging blizzard brings eastern Newfoundland to a standstill

A blizzard in eastern Newfoundland has much of St. John's hunkering down for the day, facing an onslaught of severe weather, including heavy snow and strong winds, with a state of emergency for the city in place.
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State of emergency declared in St. John's as raging blizzard brings eastern Newfoundland to a standstill

A blizzard in eastern Newfoundland has much of St. John's hunkering down for the day, facing an onslaught of severe weather, including heavy snow and strong winds, with a state of emergency for the city in place.

Vancouver's drug-dispensing machine: Why it exists and how it works

Health advocates say a safe supply of opioids is critical to help stop people from overdosing on tainted street drugs. Now, a pilot project in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside provides some high-risk users with access to an automated machine that dispenses opi
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Vancouver's drug-dispensing machine: Why it exists and how it works

Health advocates say a safe supply of opioids is critical to help stop people from overdosing on tainted street drugs. Now, a pilot project in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside provides some high-risk users with access to an automated machine that dispenses opioids prescribed by a doctor.

Hidden cameras capture misinformation, fundraising tactics used by anti-vaxx movement

As anti-vaccination misinformation continues to persist online, an undercover Marketplace investigation provides a rare glimpse into inner workings of the movement.
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Hidden cameras capture misinformation, fundraising tactics used by anti-vaxx movement

As anti-vaccination misinformation continues to persist online, an undercover Marketplace investigation provides a rare glimpse into inner workings of the movement.

Hustle or slow walk? Timing of new NAFTA now up to Canada

Thursday's Senate vote means the revised North American free trade agreement is on its way to Donald Trump's desk for a signature, possibly as early as next week. But how quickly will Canada ratify?
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Hustle or slow walk? Timing of new NAFTA now up to Canada

Thursday's Senate vote means the revised North American free trade agreement is on its way to Donald Trump's desk for a signature, possibly as early as next week. But how quickly will Canada ratify?

Top court's TMX decision a 'slap-down' for B.C., Alberta government says

The Supreme Court of Canada's verdict on B.C.'s attempt to challenge the Trans Mountain expansion drew swift praise from the Alberta government and energy sector.
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Top court's TMX decision a 'slap-down' for B.C., Alberta government says

The Supreme Court of Canada's verdict on B.C.'s attempt to challenge the Trans Mountain expansion drew swift praise from the Alberta government and energy sector.

Man found not criminally responsible for killing wife gets her life insurance

A Nova Scotia judge has ruled a Cape Breton man found not criminally responsible in the 2017 killing of his wife is entitled to her life insurance.
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Man found not criminally responsible for killing wife gets her life insurance

A Nova Scotia judge has ruled a Cape Breton man found not criminally responsible in the 2017 killing of his wife is entitled to her life insurance.

Former Manitoba reservist linked to neo-Nazi group arrested in U.S.

Patrik Mathews, who had been missing since he was accused of recruiting for a global neo-Nazi terrorist group while serving in Canada's army reserves, has been arrested in the U.S.
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Former Manitoba reservist linked to neo-Nazi group arrested in U.S.

Patrik Mathews, who had been missing since he was accused of recruiting for a global neo-Nazi terrorist group while serving in Canada's army reserves, has been arrested in the U.S.

Video shows gas station shootout between York police officer and man before hours-long standoff

Surveillance footage obtained by CTV News Toronto shows a shootout at a gas station prior to an hours-long standoff between York Regional Police officers and a 34-year-old man in Richmond Hill last month.
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Video shows gas station shootout between York police officer and man before hours-long standoff

Surveillance footage obtained by CTV News Toronto shows a shootout at a gas station prior to an hours-long standoff between York Regional Police officers and a 34-year-old man in Richmond Hill last month.

FBI arrest former Canadian reservist, suspected neo-Nazi, in United States

A former Canadian Forces engineer who disappeared after he was accused of being a neo-Nazi has been arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on firearms charges and appeared in a United States courtroom on Thursday.
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FBI arrest former Canadian reservist, suspected neo-Nazi, in United States

A former Canadian Forces engineer who disappeared after he was accused of being a neo-Nazi has been arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on firearms charges and appeared in a United States courtroom on Thursday.

Woman faces deportation 18 years after arriving to Canada as a child

A 30-year-old woman, who was brought to Toronto when she was a little girl, is facing deportation to France after federal officials learned she was living in Canada without immigration status for 18 years.
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Woman faces deportation 18 years after arriving to Canada as a child

A 30-year-old woman, who was brought to Toronto when she was a little girl, is facing deportation to France after federal officials learned she was living in Canada without immigration status for 18 years.

More than 100 Swoop passengers stranded in Mexico after flight attendant injured

A flight attendant injury onboard a Swoop airlines flight heading to Cancun left more than 100 passengers scheduled for the return flight stranded in Mexico for days.
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More than 100 Swoop passengers stranded in Mexico after flight attendant injured

A flight attendant injury onboard a Swoop airlines flight heading to Cancun left more than 100 passengers scheduled for the return flight stranded in Mexico for days.

How cold is cold in Canada? Toronto alert for -12 C revives never-ending debate

An extreme cold weather alert issued in Toronto for -12 C weather prompted some Twitter users to roll their eyes. But, as Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips explains, Canadians have dramatically different relationships with cold weather.
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How cold is cold in Canada? Toronto alert for -12 C revives never-ending debate

An extreme cold weather alert issued in Toronto for -12 C weather prompted some Twitter users to roll their eyes. But, as Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips explains, Canadians have dramatically different relationships with cold weather.

Alberta says universities over budget; need to freeze travel, hiring, hosting

Alberta's advanced education minister says post-secondary schools are going over budget and he's urging them to immediately freeze hiring and stop spending on travel and hosting.
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Alberta says universities over budget; need to freeze travel, hiring, hosting

Alberta's advanced education minister says post-secondary schools are going over budget and he's urging them to immediately freeze hiring and stop spending on travel and hosting.

Parole board decision shows reasons Gordon Stuckless was released from jail

Federal parole board members released notorious child sex offender Gordon Stuckless to a halfway house in Hamilton last month because of his age, continued acceptance of chemical castration medication and frequent admissions while in custody of deceptive pas
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Parole board decision shows reasons Gordon Stuckless was released from jail

Federal parole board members released notorious child sex offender Gordon Stuckless to a halfway house in Hamilton last month because of his age, continued acceptance of chemical castration medication and frequent admissions while in custody of deceptive past behaviour.

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