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Trudeau touts controversial pipeline project in speech to supporters in B.C.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau touted the benefits of a liquefied natural gas project that's at the centre of an impasse with First Nations in a speech to supporters in Kamloops, B.C., on Wednesday.

Canada to grant passport waiver to Venezuelans caught in border limbo

Immigration and Citizenship Canada has reached an agreement that will allow Venezuelans caught up in their country's administrative meltdown to remain in Canada even if their passports and other documents are no longer valid, CBC News has learned.
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Canada to grant passport waiver to Venezuelans caught in border limbo

Immigration and Citizenship Canada has reached an agreement that will allow Venezuelans caught up in their country's administrative meltdown to remain in Canada even if their passports and other documents are no longer valid, CBC News has learned.

Last week's gloom and doom has not seized Canadian economy yet: Don Pittis

New data this week will offer more clues about how long Canada can fend off the wave of fear bombarding the global economy.
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Last week's gloom and doom has not seized Canadian economy yet: Don Pittis

New data this week will offer more clues about how long Canada can fend off the wave of fear bombarding the global economy.

Conservatives offer media outlets cheaper access to Andrew Scheer's campaign tour

The Conservative Party is offering media organizations the opportunity to cover party leader Andrew Scheer’s campaign this fall at a dramatically reduced price — a little less for the entire election period than what the party charged for two weeks in 20
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Conservatives offer media outlets cheaper access to Andrew Scheer's campaign tour

The Conservative Party is offering media organizations the opportunity to cover party leader Andrew Scheer’s campaign this fall at a dramatically reduced price — a little less for the entire election period than what the party charged for two weeks in 2015.

Federal Court approves Indian day schools class-action settlement

The Federal Court of Canada has approved the settlement of a class-action lawsuit against the government to compensate thousands of First Nations, Métis and Inuit children who attended federally operated Indian day schools.
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Federal Court approves Indian day schools class-action settlement

The Federal Court of Canada has approved the settlement of a class-action lawsuit against the government to compensate thousands of First Nations, Métis and Inuit children who attended federally operated Indian day schools.

Judge acquits Manitoba Mountie of manslaughter but not driving charge

A judge says he believes that a northern Manitoba RCMP officer genuinely feared for his life when he repeatedly shot at a drunk driver during an attempted arrest that was full of mistakes.
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Judge acquits Manitoba Mountie of manslaughter but not driving charge

A judge says he believes that a northern Manitoba RCMP officer genuinely feared for his life when he repeatedly shot at a drunk driver during an attempted arrest that was full of mistakes.

Judge finds Manitoba Mountie not guilty of manslaughter

A northern Manitoba RCMP officer has been found not guilty of manslaughter for an on-duty shooting that killed a drunk driver and injured a passenger.
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Judge finds Manitoba Mountie not guilty of manslaughter

A northern Manitoba RCMP officer has been found not guilty of manslaughter for an on-duty shooting that killed a drunk driver and injured a passenger.

Environmental groups warned that saying climate change is real could be seen as partisan

Some environmental groups say Elections Canada warned them that discussing the dangers of climate change during the upcoming federal campaign could be deemed partisan activity.
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Environmental groups warned that saying climate change is real could be seen as partisan

Some environmental groups say Elections Canada warned them that discussing the dangers of climate change during the upcoming federal campaign could be deemed partisan activity.

Rosemount brand diced chicken recalled due to possible Listeria contamination, CFIA says

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Rosemount brand cooked diced chicken meat is being recalled due to possible Listeria contamination.
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Rosemount brand diced chicken recalled due to possible Listeria contamination, CFIA says

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says Rosemount brand cooked diced chicken meat is being recalled due to possible Listeria contamination.

A fresh reading of the runes on Canadian economy after a week of gloom: Don Pittis

New data this week will offer more clues about how long Canada can fend off the wave of fear bombarding the global economy.
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A fresh reading of the runes on Canadian economy after a week of gloom: Don Pittis

New data this week will offer more clues about how long Canada can fend off the wave of fear bombarding the global economy.

Manitoba PCs pledge child-care subsidy, while NDP says waitlists grew under Tories

Manitoba's Progressive Conservatives are pledging measures they say would boost private-sector delivery of child-care spaces if they're re-elected next month, but the NDP say waitlists have grown under the PC government.
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Manitoba PCs pledge child-care subsidy, while NDP says waitlists grew under Tories

Manitoba's Progressive Conservatives are pledging measures they say would boost private-sector delivery of child-care spaces if they're re-elected next month, but the NDP say waitlists have grown under the PC government.

Don't try to save lost-looking seal pups yourself, Vancouver Aquarium warns

People are being warned not to take seal pups home in B.C. after the Vancouver Aquarium rescue centre noted an increase in people taking animals that don’t need rescuing.
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Don't try to save lost-looking seal pups yourself, Vancouver Aquarium warns

People are being warned not to take seal pups home in B.C. after the Vancouver Aquarium rescue centre noted an increase in people taking animals that don’t need rescuing.

Power outage causes oil spill off N.L., Canadian Coast Guard notified

An oil platform temporarily lost power on Saturday, causing about 2,200 litres of oil to spill into the ocean southeast of St. John's, N.L.
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Power outage causes oil spill off N.L., Canadian Coast Guard notified

An oil platform temporarily lost power on Saturday, causing about 2,200 litres of oil to spill into the ocean southeast of St. John's, N.L.

Teen dead, three others injured after crash in Kapuskasing, Ont., police say

Provincial police say a teen is dead and three others were hospitalized after a collision in northern Ontario.
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Teen dead, three others injured after crash in Kapuskasing, Ont., police say

Provincial police say a teen is dead and three others were hospitalized after a collision in northern Ontario.

Dark web detectives and cannabis sommeliers: Here are some jobs that could exist in the future

Dozens of labour experts were recently asked to imagine possible jobs of the future. Some of the hypothetical professions on their list might surprise you.
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Dark web detectives and cannabis sommeliers: Here are some jobs that could exist in the future

Dozens of labour experts were recently asked to imagine possible jobs of the future. Some of the hypothetical professions on their list might surprise you.

Fighting a bat killer: B.C. scientists testing new way to protect against deadly fungus

White nose syndrome weakens bats and can be fatal to more than 90 per cent of a colony once it's infested, but scientists in British Columbia are trying a new approach to protect the province's bats before they're hit with the devastating disease.
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Fighting a bat killer: B.C. scientists testing new way to protect against deadly fungus

White nose syndrome weakens bats and can be fatal to more than 90 per cent of a colony once it's infested, but scientists in British Columbia are trying a new approach to protect the province's bats before they're hit with the devastating disease.

Veterans Affairs staff 'regret the error' after confusing Nazi and Canadian soldiers in video

Veterans Affairs has reviewed how it approves videos for posting on social media «to ensure rigour and accountability,» following an embarrassing incident last May that saw Minister Lawrence MacAulay apologize for a VE-Day tribute that «erro
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Veterans Affairs staff 'regret the error' after confusing Nazi and Canadian soldiers in video

Veterans Affairs has reviewed how it approves videos for posting on social media «to ensure rigour and accountability,» following an embarrassing incident last May that saw Minister Lawrence MacAulay apologize for a VE-Day tribute that «erroneously» included footage of German, not Canadian soldiers.

Air quality a concern after fire engulfs St. Catharines flower farm

A «significant» fire at a flower farm in St. Catharines, Ont., has been contained, but residents in a large area northwest of the massive greenhouse operation are still being asked to stay inside, an official says.
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Air quality a concern after fire engulfs St. Catharines flower farm

A «significant» fire at a flower farm in St. Catharines, Ont., has been contained, but residents in a large area northwest of the massive greenhouse operation are still being asked to stay inside, an official says.

Debris cleared, emergency crews leave site of explosion in London, Ont.

Emergency crews have left the scene of an explosion in London, Ont., this morning and more residents are allowed to return home.
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Debris cleared, emergency crews leave site of explosion in London, Ont.

Emergency crews have left the scene of an explosion in London, Ont., this morning and more residents are allowed to return home.

'It looked like fire': 13 people rushed to hospital after lightning strikes during powwow

Thirteen people were sent to hospital, and another 12 were assessed by paramedics after lightning struck a Manitoba community during a powwow Friday night, Prairie Mountain Health officials tell CTV News.
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'It looked like fire': 13 people rushed to hospital after lightning strikes during powwow

Thirteen people were sent to hospital, and another 12 were assessed by paramedics after lightning struck a Manitoba community during a powwow Friday night, Prairie Mountain Health officials tell CTV News.

Canadians killed in Afghanistan honoured at re-dedication ceremony of cenotaph

More than 150 Canadians killed during the war in Afghanistan are being remembered in a special ceremony in Ottawa this morning.
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Canadians killed in Afghanistan honoured at re-dedication ceremony of cenotaph

More than 150 Canadians killed during the war in Afghanistan are being remembered in a special ceremony in Ottawa this morning.

How soccer is helping young immigrants feel at home in Canada

The number of soccer players in Canada is growing every year. According to the Canada Soccer Association, there were more than 810,000 registered players, coaches and referees involved in soccer in the country in 2018 and experts suggest much of that populari
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How soccer is helping young immigrants feel at home in Canada

The number of soccer players in Canada is growing every year. According to the Canada Soccer Association, there were more than 810,000 registered players, coaches and referees involved in soccer in the country in 2018 and experts suggest much of that popularity has been driven by immigration.

No lead is safe — unless lightning strikes during a CFL game

Last Friday in Montreal, Mother Nature’s wicked wrath wreaked havoc on a game between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Alouettes.
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No lead is safe — unless lightning strikes during a CFL game

Last Friday in Montreal, Mother Nature’s wicked wrath wreaked havoc on a game between the Saskatchewan Roughriders and Alouettes.

Nearby residents shelter in place as fire engulfs large St. Catharines flower farm

A «significant» fire at a flower farm in St. Catharines, Ont., has been contained, but residents in a large area northwest of the massive greenhouse operation are still being asked to shelter in place, an official says.
CBC | Canada News

Nearby residents shelter in place as fire engulfs large St. Catharines flower farm

A «significant» fire at a flower farm in St. Catharines, Ont., has been contained, but residents in a large area northwest of the massive greenhouse operation are still being asked to shelter in place, an official says.

As ocean temperatures rise, photographer seeing more warm-water fish off Nova Scotia

Halifax-based scuba diver Lloyd Bond says in the last three years he's seen increasing numbers of butterfly fish, seahorses, cornet fish, trigger fish, puffer fish, and many other species not native to Canadian waters.
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As ocean temperatures rise, photographer seeing more warm-water fish off Nova Scotia

Halifax-based scuba diver Lloyd Bond says in the last three years he's seen increasing numbers of butterfly fish, seahorses, cornet fish, trigger fish, puffer fish, and many other species not native to Canadian waters.

Canadian astronomers find 8 more mysterious repeating fast radio bursts from space

They're called fast radio bursts, or FRBs, and these odd, fleeting signals from space are shrouded in mystery. But thanks to Canada's largest radio telescope, astrophysicists are discovering more of them in their search to learn what makes these objects tic
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Canadian astronomers find 8 more mysterious repeating fast radio bursts from space

They're called fast radio bursts, or FRBs, and these odd, fleeting signals from space are shrouded in mystery. But thanks to Canada's largest radio telescope, astrophysicists are discovering more of them in their search to learn what makes these objects tick.

Ex-Toronto cop who killed teen granted day parole after less than 2 years behind bars

The Parole Board of Canada has granted day-parole privileges to James Forcillo, the Toronto police officer convicted in the shooting death of Sammy Yatim.
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Ex-Toronto cop who killed teen granted day parole after less than 2 years behind bars

The Parole Board of Canada has granted day-parole privileges to James Forcillo, the Toronto police officer convicted in the shooting death of Sammy Yatim.

Wilson-Raybould now says she was contacted by RCMP over SNC-Lavalin affair

Jody Wilson-Raybould now says she was contacted by the RCMP in the spring over the SNC-Lavalin affair, CBC News has learned.
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Wilson-Raybould now says she was contacted by RCMP over SNC-Lavalin affair

Jody Wilson-Raybould now says she was contacted by the RCMP in the spring over the SNC-Lavalin affair, CBC News has learned.

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