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5 Total-Body Workout Machines That Put Your Treadmill to Shame

From virtual-reality core workouts to live rowing classes and personal trainers broadcast into your home, these next-level solutions will make gym-rats want to sweatily cocoon.

Trudeau criticized by New Democrat for timing of $2.2M spending on La Loche school

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced $2.2 million in funding to be paid over a five-year period for the Dene High School in La Loche, Sask., a day after the three-year anniversary of a mass shooting that left four people dead.
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Trudeau criticized by New Democrat for timing of $2.2M spending on La Loche school

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced $2.2 million in funding to be paid over a five-year period for the Dene High School in La Loche, Sask., a day after the three-year anniversary of a mass shooting that left four people dead.

Forensics officer to be questioned about jacket in Dennis Oland murder trial

It will be an important day for Dennis Oland's defence team. Const. Dave MacDonald, a forensics officer with the Saint John police force, will be cross-examined by defence lawyers today about the seizure and handling of the brown Hugo Boss jacket Oland was we
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Forensics officer to be questioned about jacket in Dennis Oland murder trial

It will be an important day for Dennis Oland's defence team. Const. Dave MacDonald, a forensics officer with the Saint John police force, will be cross-examined by defence lawyers today about the seizure and handling of the brown Hugo Boss jacket Oland was wearing when he visited his multimillionaire father, Richard, on July 6, 2011.

Pride Toronto members vote to keep uniformed police officers out of parade

Members of Pride Toronto have voted against allowing the city's uniformed police officers to participate in this year's parade.
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Pride Toronto members vote to keep uniformed police officers out of parade

Members of Pride Toronto have voted against allowing the city's uniformed police officers to participate in this year's parade.

'Logistics in the real world': school bus officials sound off on seatbelts

In Windsor-Essex, school bus officials said while student safety is their top priority, it’s not as simple as it sounds.
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'Logistics in the real world': school bus officials sound off on seatbelts

In Windsor-Essex, school bus officials said while student safety is their top priority, it’s not as simple as it sounds.

Toronto landlord owes man with disabilities, daughter $60K after 'campaign' of harassment

A Toronto man was denied an apartment because of his disabilities, and then he and his pregnant daughter endured «a campaign» of abuse and harassment from the landlord after a relative helped them secure a unit and move into the building, accordin
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Toronto landlord owes man with disabilities, daughter $60K after 'campaign' of harassment

A Toronto man was denied an apartment because of his disabilities, and then he and his pregnant daughter endured «a campaign» of abuse and harassment from the landlord after a relative helped them secure a unit and move into the building, according to a decision by the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario (HRTO).

In a House With 16 Bathrooms, There Are Lots of Choices

The proportion of homes with 10 or more bathrooms has nearly doubled in the past decade, as wealthy owners of luxury megamansions see an abundance of toilets as a covetable amenity.
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In a House With 16 Bathrooms, There Are Lots of Choices

The proportion of homes with 10 or more bathrooms has nearly doubled in the past decade, as wealthy owners of luxury megamansions see an abundance of toilets as a covetable amenity.

Why Women Crave 'French Style,' and Men Want International Style

Women around the world strive for chic “French Girl” style, yet for men, no such template exists. Why that is reveals much about how homogenized men’s fashion has become
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Why Women Crave 'French Style,' and Men Want International Style

Women around the world strive for chic “French Girl” style, yet for men, no such template exists. Why that is reveals much about how homogenized men’s fashion has become

Burning container ship likely headed for the Bahamas: shipping expert

A massive container ship that has been burning in international waters off Canada's east coast since Jan. 3 now appears headed for the Bahamas instead of Halifax, its original destination.
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Burning container ship likely headed for the Bahamas: shipping expert

A massive container ship that has been burning in international waters off Canada's east coast since Jan. 3 now appears headed for the Bahamas instead of Halifax, its original destination.

Not a fly-over province: Trudeau making frequent stops in Saskatchewan

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to visit Saskatchewan for a seventh time in the last year and experts say it's part of a political strategy to show he has not given up on certain provinces. Trudeau is to be in La Loche today -- one day after the third an
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Not a fly-over province: Trudeau making frequent stops in Saskatchewan

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to visit Saskatchewan for a seventh time in the last year and experts say it's part of a political strategy to show he has not given up on certain provinces. Trudeau is to be in La Loche today -- one day after the third anniversary of shootings at a home and a high school left four people dead.

Canada's chronic shortage of legal cannabis expected to drag out for years

Canada's shortage of pot is now expected to drag on for years. New production is coming online, but ever more cannabis will be diverted to the nascent edibles industry.
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Canada's chronic shortage of legal cannabis expected to drag out for years

Canada's shortage of pot is now expected to drag on for years. New production is coming online, but ever more cannabis will be diverted to the nascent edibles industry.

With 4 generations in the workplace, employers expected to juggle vastly different expectations

For the first time in modern history, there are four generations in the workforce — baby boomers, generation X, millennials and the first of generation Z. That poses a challenge for managers who must bridge the gap.
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With 4 generations in the workplace, employers expected to juggle vastly different expectations

For the first time in modern history, there are four generations in the workforce — baby boomers, generation X, millennials and the first of generation Z. That poses a challenge for managers who must bridge the gap.

1.6 million Canadian banking records shared with IRS

The Canadian government has shared more than 1.6 million Canadian banking records with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service since the start of a controversial information sharing agreement in 2014, CBC News has learned.
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1.6 million Canadian banking records shared with IRS

The Canadian government has shared more than 1.6 million Canadian banking records with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service since the start of a controversial information sharing agreement in 2014, CBC News has learned.

Upcoming Poland Conference Not a Stage to 'Demonize' Iran, U.S. Says

The U.S. said Tuesday that a controversial conference on Middle East stability next month in Poland, jointly hosted by the State Department, won’t be focused on Iran and will have a broader agenda.
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Upcoming Poland Conference Not a Stage to 'Demonize' Iran, U.S. Says

The U.S. said Tuesday that a controversial conference on Middle East stability next month in Poland, jointly hosted by the State Department, won’t be focused on Iran and will have a broader agenda.

Putin Looks to Play on U.S.-Japan Jitters

Russia’s diplomatic outreach to Japan over a 70-year territorial dispute is aimed partly at securing a more valuable prize for the Kremlin: new political inroads with one of the U.S.’s biggest regional allies.
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Putin Looks to Play on U.S.-Japan Jitters

Russia’s diplomatic outreach to Japan over a 70-year territorial dispute is aimed partly at securing a more valuable prize for the Kremlin: new political inroads with one of the U.S.’s biggest regional allies.

More than half of Ont. municipalities opt in as willing cannabis store hosts

More than half of Ontario's eligible municipalities have opted in as willing hosts to cannabis stores as the first locations are set to open in a little over two months.
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More than half of Ont. municipalities opt in as willing cannabis store hosts

More than half of Ontario's eligible municipalities have opted in as willing hosts to cannabis stores as the first locations are set to open in a little over two months.

Dashboard video captures moment 52-car train derails near Saskatoon

Firefighters and a local RCMP detachment are still attempting to put out a diesel fire, after a train derailed just north of Saskatoon earlier this morning.
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Dashboard video captures moment 52-car train derails near Saskatoon

Firefighters and a local RCMP detachment are still attempting to put out a diesel fire, after a train derailed just north of Saskatoon earlier this morning.

Wood splitter, cufflinks among items questioned in the B.C. Speaker's report

A report by British Columbia legislature Speaker Darryl Plecas alleges spending misconduct by two top officials who have been suspended during an ongoing RCMP investigation.
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Wood splitter, cufflinks among items questioned in the B.C. Speaker's report

A report by British Columbia legislature Speaker Darryl Plecas alleges spending misconduct by two top officials who have been suspended during an ongoing RCMP investigation.

B.C. Greens won't support officials' return to legislature after spending report

British Columbia's Green party will not support the return to the legislature of the suspended clerk and sergeant-at-arms in the wake of a report by Speaker Darryl Plecas alleging spending misconduct.
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B.C. Greens won't support officials' return to legislature after spending report

British Columbia's Green party will not support the return to the legislature of the suspended clerk and sergeant-at-arms in the wake of a report by Speaker Darryl Plecas alleging spending misconduct.

Humboldt Broncos crash spurred national changes to semi truck rules, says Sask. Minister

Advocates are praising the decision to make training for semi drivers mandatory across Canada, but they say there's still more work to do.
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Humboldt Broncos crash spurred national changes to semi truck rules, says Sask. Minister

Advocates are praising the decision to make training for semi drivers mandatory across Canada, but they say there's still more work to do.

More than half of Ontario municipalities opt in as willing cannabis store hosts

More than half of Ontario's eligible municipalities have opted in as willing hosts to cannabis stores as the first locations are set to open in a little over two months.
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More than half of Ontario municipalities opt in as willing cannabis store hosts

More than half of Ontario's eligible municipalities have opted in as willing hosts to cannabis stores as the first locations are set to open in a little over two months.

8 startling allegations from B.C. Legislature expenses scandal

A wood-splitter, iMac problems and an alleged truckload of alcohol. Just a few examples of questionable expenses allegedly submitted by two of B.C.'s top legislative officials.
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8 startling allegations from B.C. Legislature expenses scandal

A wood-splitter, iMac problems and an alleged truckload of alcohol. Just a few examples of questionable expenses allegedly submitted by two of B.C.'s top legislative officials.

Serial killer Dellen Millard appeals conviction and sentence for father's murder

Serial killer Dellen Millard is appealing his first-degree murder conviction and sentence for the death of his father, arguing the outcome of his case was unreasonable.
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Serial killer Dellen Millard appeals conviction and sentence for father's murder

Serial killer Dellen Millard is appealing his first-degree murder conviction and sentence for the death of his father, arguing the outcome of his case was unreasonable.

'Dark chapter in our history': federal gov't apologizes to Ahiarmiut for forced relocations

Seventy years after the federal government forcibly relocated Ahiarmuit away from their homeland, it’s apologizing to the 21 survivors and their families in Arviat, Nunavut, on Tuesday.
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'Dark chapter in our history': federal gov't apologizes to Ahiarmiut for forced relocations

Seventy years after the federal government forcibly relocated Ahiarmuit away from their homeland, it’s apologizing to the 21 survivors and their families in Arviat, Nunavut, on Tuesday.

Ontario premier defends carbon tax recession claims in wake of criticism

Ontario Premier Doug Ford doubled down Tuesday on his warning that a federal carbon tax will trigger a recession, lashing out at economists who said his claim was baseless.
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Ontario premier defends carbon tax recession claims in wake of criticism

Ontario Premier Doug Ford doubled down Tuesday on his warning that a federal carbon tax will trigger a recession, lashing out at economists who said his claim was baseless.

'Canada made him our problem,' U.S. prosecutor says of deported sex predator

A convicted killer and sexual predator who could have spent his life in Canadian prison is instead back in the United States today, with an American prosecutor questioning the National Parole Board's logic in sending him her way.
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'Canada made him our problem,' U.S. prosecutor says of deported sex predator

A convicted killer and sexual predator who could have spent his life in Canadian prison is instead back in the United States today, with an American prosecutor questioning the National Parole Board's logic in sending him her way.

Valuables, money stolen during Canadian man's kidnapping in Burkina Faso: official

Details are emerging about the kidnapping and killing of a Canadian mining company executive in Burkina Faso last week, as authorities continue their investigation.
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Valuables, money stolen during Canadian man's kidnapping in Burkina Faso: official

Details are emerging about the kidnapping and killing of a Canadian mining company executive in Burkina Faso last week, as authorities continue their investigation.

27 B.C. naturopaths under investigation as college cracks down on misleading ads

In the eight months since British Columbia's naturopathic college began cracking down on dubious advertising, 27 practitioners have been placed under investigation, according to the college registrar.
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27 B.C. naturopaths under investigation as college cracks down on misleading ads

In the eight months since British Columbia's naturopathic college began cracking down on dubious advertising, 27 practitioners have been placed under investigation, according to the college registrar.

N.W.T. considering domestic violence leave

The Northwest Territories, which has one of the highest rates of domestic violence in Canada, may soon introduce domestic violence leave, a measure activists say will give victims the opportunity to leave their partners and find homes for themselves and thei
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N.W.T. considering domestic violence leave

The Northwest Territories, which has one of the highest rates of domestic violence in Canada, may soon introduce domestic violence leave, a measure activists say will give victims the opportunity to leave their partners and find homes for themselves and their children without jeopardizing their employment.

Health Canada ready to unveil newly revamped Canada Food Guide

Canadians will finally see Health Canada's modern spin on healthy eating today. Health Minister Ginette Petipas Taylor will unveil an overhauled Canada Food Guide in Montreal this morning.
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Health Canada ready to unveil newly revamped Canada Food Guide

Canadians will finally see Health Canada's modern spin on healthy eating today. Health Minister Ginette Petipas Taylor will unveil an overhauled Canada Food Guide in Montreal this morning.

B.C. Speaker releases report on two top officials at legislature

The Speaker of the British Columbia legislature alleges the clerk and sergeant-at-arms engaged in flagrant overspending, questionable expenses and inappropriate payouts of cash «in the range of a million dollars.»
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B.C. Speaker releases report on two top officials at legislature

The Speaker of the British Columbia legislature alleges the clerk and sergeant-at-arms engaged in flagrant overspending, questionable expenses and inappropriate payouts of cash «in the range of a million dollars.»

What did Canadian mining executives know about possible human rights violations in Eritrea?

Executives at Nevsun Resources repeatedly denied direct knowledge of human rights violations at their site in Eritrea, but company documents filed in court and reviewed by CBC’s The Fifth Estate show executives at the highest level appear to have been infor
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What did Canadian mining executives know about possible human rights violations in Eritrea?

Executives at Nevsun Resources repeatedly denied direct knowledge of human rights violations at their site in Eritrea, but company documents filed in court and reviewed by CBC’s The Fifth Estate show executives at the highest level appear to have been informed of issues of forced labour and other possible human rights violations at the mine a decade ago.

Doug Ford is warning of a 'carbon tax recession.' Here's how economists are reacting

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is warning that the federal government's carbon tax risks triggering a recession, but it's hard to find economists eager to back up his claim.
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Doug Ford is warning of a 'carbon tax recession.' Here's how economists are reacting

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is warning that the federal government's carbon tax risks triggering a recession, but it's hard to find economists eager to back up his claim.

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