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Supreme Court set to rule on voting rights for long-term expat Canadians today

Canada's top court will decide today on the validity of a now-repealed law that barred long-term Canadian expats from voting.

B.C. argues it cannot stop Trans Mountain but it can protect environment

A lawyer for the British Columbia government says the province knows it cannot stop the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, but it can enact environmental laws to mitigate the harm it may cause.
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B.C. argues it cannot stop Trans Mountain but it can protect environment

A lawyer for the British Columbia government says the province knows it cannot stop the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, but it can enact environmental laws to mitigate the harm it may cause.

Canada extending military missions in Ukraine, Iraq

Canada extended its military missions in both Ukraine and Iraq today, taking a stand-pat approach to two of the world's flashpoint conflicts.
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Canada extending military missions in Ukraine, Iraq

Canada extended its military missions in both Ukraine and Iraq today, taking a stand-pat approach to two of the world's flashpoint conflicts.

Liberals on justice committee say it's time to end SNC-Lavalin probe

Liberal MPs on the Commons Justice committee say their work is done and any further examination of the SNC-Lavalin affair should be left to the conflict of interest and ethics commissioner. Opposition leaders say the Liberals are trying to hide the truth fro
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Liberals on justice committee say it's time to end SNC-Lavalin probe

Liberal MPs on the Commons Justice committee say their work is done and any further examination of the SNC-Lavalin affair should be left to the conflict of interest and ethics commissioner. Opposition leaders say the Liberals are trying to hide the truth from Canadians.

Former Alberta UCP candidate who helped execute kamikaze campaign asks for judicial inquiry into Kenney's role

A former United Conservative Party candidate who said he collaborated on a «kamikaze» campaign to tank Brian Jean and ensure Jason Kenney's success in the party's 2017 leadership race is calling for a judicial inquiry into the situation.
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Former Alberta UCP candidate who helped execute kamikaze campaign asks for judicial inquiry into Kenney's role

A former United Conservative Party candidate who said he collaborated on a «kamikaze» campaign to tank Brian Jean and ensure Jason Kenney's success in the party's 2017 leadership race is calling for a judicial inquiry into the situation.

N.S. man in need of double-lung transplant gets big fundraising boost

A Cape Breton man in need of a double-lung transplant is feeling grateful after receiving more than $15,000 in donations.
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N.S. man in need of double-lung transplant gets big fundraising boost

A Cape Breton man in need of a double-lung transplant is feeling grateful after receiving more than $15,000 in donations.

Halifax invests in new sidewalk icebreaker

The Halifax Regional Municipality recently purchased a Blue Gryb rotating icebreaker as a pilot project. The machine is essentially a tractor attachment that uses a roller of spikes to chop ice into manageable chunks.
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Halifax invests in new sidewalk icebreaker

The Halifax Regional Municipality recently purchased a Blue Gryb rotating icebreaker as a pilot project. The machine is essentially a tractor attachment that uses a roller of spikes to chop ice into manageable chunks.

Flood threat rising in Manitoba's Red River Valley as spring melt looms

Heavy snowfall in the United States has raised the threat of flooding in Manitoba's Red River Valley this spring. The Manitoba government says conditions have worsened since its first flood outlook last month.
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Flood threat rising in Manitoba's Red River Valley as spring melt looms

Heavy snowfall in the United States has raised the threat of flooding in Manitoba's Red River Valley this spring. The Manitoba government says conditions have worsened since its first flood outlook last month.

Woman who killed stranger in Toronto pharmacy to stay in hospital

A woman found not criminally responsible for killing a stranger in a Toronto pharmacy has been ordered detained in a mental health hospital because she lacks insight into her crime and remains a significant threat to the public, a board overseeing her case ha
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Woman who killed stranger in Toronto pharmacy to stay in hospital

A woman found not criminally responsible for killing a stranger in a Toronto pharmacy has been ordered detained in a mental health hospital because she lacks insight into her crime and remains a significant threat to the public, a board overseeing her case has ruled.

Caught on camera: Vehicle's close call in B.C. avalanche

Video captures a driver’s close call as his vehicle gets caught up in a “small natural avalanche” in southeastern British Columbia.
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Caught on camera: Vehicle's close call in B.C. avalanche

Video captures a driver’s close call as his vehicle gets caught up in a “small natural avalanche” in southeastern British Columbia.

Michael Wernick to step down as clerk of Privy Council, cites lack of 'mutual trust' with opposition

Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick is leaving his post as Canada's top bureaucrat, saying there is «no path» for him to have a «relationship of mutual trust and respect» with opposition party leaders.
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Michael Wernick to step down as clerk of Privy Council, cites lack of 'mutual trust' with opposition

Privy Council Clerk Michael Wernick is leaving his post as Canada's top bureaucrat, saying there is «no path» for him to have a «relationship of mutual trust and respect» with opposition party leaders.

Man charged with murdering 17-year-old attacked during Winnipeg home invasion

Police say a man shot by police during an alleged Winnipeg home invasion has now been charged with the murder of a teen who was killed during the incident.
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Man charged with murdering 17-year-old attacked during Winnipeg home invasion

Police say a man shot by police during an alleged Winnipeg home invasion has now been charged with the murder of a teen who was killed during the incident.

'Heartwarming' public response after legion branch robbed of access ramp

Members of the Royal Canadian Legion in Pierrefonds-Roxboro, Que. were shocked to find someone had stolen the building’s custom access ramp.
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'Heartwarming' public response after legion branch robbed of access ramp

Members of the Royal Canadian Legion in Pierrefonds-Roxboro, Que. were shocked to find someone had stolen the building’s custom access ramp.

Federal budget to target Canada-wide high speed internet by 2030

The Trudeau government will roll out a multi-year plan in the federal budget to give all Canadians access to high-speed internet by 2030, CBC News has learned.
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Federal budget to target Canada-wide high speed internet by 2030

The Trudeau government will roll out a multi-year plan in the federal budget to give all Canadians access to high-speed internet by 2030, CBC News has learned.

Shawn Mendes, Arkells, Jessie Reyez among winners at 2019 Juno Awards

After a week of musical celebration, the Junos cap off their stint in London, Ont., Sunday with performances by Arkells, Coeur de Pirate and Corey Hart.
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Shawn Mendes, Arkells, Jessie Reyez among winners at 2019 Juno Awards

After a week of musical celebration, the Junos cap off their stint in London, Ont., Sunday with performances by Arkells, Coeur de Pirate and Corey Hart.

Alberta UCP leadership candidate may have violated election law with services from rival campaign, expert says

Alberta's election law may have been breached in an ongoing political scandal involving the 2017 United Conservative Party leadership race, a political scientist says.
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Alberta UCP leadership candidate may have violated election law with services from rival campaign, expert says

Alberta's election law may have been breached in an ongoing political scandal involving the 2017 United Conservative Party leadership race, a political scientist says.

Canadian teen Bianca Andreescu makes history in winning title at Indian Wells

Canadian teenager Bianca Andreescu stunned the tennis world on Sunday, becoming the first wild-card to win the BNP Paribas Open title with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 victory over No. 8 seed Angelique Kerber of Germany.
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Canadian teen Bianca Andreescu makes history in winning title at Indian Wells

Canadian teenager Bianca Andreescu stunned the tennis world on Sunday, becoming the first wild-card to win the BNP Paribas Open title with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 victory over No. 8 seed Angelique Kerber of Germany.

Tire warranty 'not worth the paper it's written on,' B.C. man says after manufacturer refuses to pay out

A B.C. man is on a mission to protect fellow drivers after battling a tire giant that wouldn't pay out on a warranty. According to one auto expert, warranties are a marketing tool that mislead consumers with exaggerated claims of longevity that are hyped and
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Tire warranty 'not worth the paper it's written on,' B.C. man says after manufacturer refuses to pay out

A B.C. man is on a mission to protect fellow drivers after battling a tire giant that wouldn't pay out on a warranty. According to one auto expert, warranties are a marketing tool that mislead consumers with exaggerated claims of longevity that are hyped and often «fictional.»

Kenney, Callaway campaigns collaborated to attack Brian Jean during UCP leadership race, leaked documents show

The leadership campaign of Jason Kenney collaborated with fellow candidate Jeff Callaway’s campaign during the party’s 2017 United Conservative Party leadership race, leaked internal UCP documents obtained by CBC News show.
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Kenney, Callaway campaigns collaborated to attack Brian Jean during UCP leadership race, leaked documents show

The leadership campaign of Jason Kenney collaborated with fellow candidate Jeff Callaway’s campaign during the party’s 2017 United Conservative Party leadership race, leaked internal UCP documents obtained by CBC News show.

U.S. college bribery scandal unlikely in Canada, but inequality persists

The college bribery scandal is spurring discussion about the ways in which money greases the wheels of the U.S. admissions process -- and while most acknowledge there are fewer shortcuts to securing a spot in Canadian schools, advocates say the system is slan
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U.S. college bribery scandal unlikely in Canada, but inequality persists

The college bribery scandal is spurring discussion about the ways in which money greases the wheels of the U.S. admissions process -- and while most acknowledge there are fewer shortcuts to securing a spot in Canadian schools, advocates say the system is slanted to give well-off students a leg up.

New five week, use-it-or-lose-it paternity leave benefit kicks in

The federal government says more families than expected are taking advantage of the new ability to extend a year's worth of parental leave benefits over 18 months.
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New five week, use-it-or-lose-it paternity leave benefit kicks in

The federal government says more families than expected are taking advantage of the new ability to extend a year's worth of parental leave benefits over 18 months.

'Very caring,' says B.C. friend of Naeem Rashid, slain in New Zealand mosque

Shaukat Khan, 49, says he's heartbroken over the death of his friend and Rashid's son. He says when he didn't hear back from Rashid, asking him if he and his family were OK, he assumed his friend was out helping people and families affected by the violence.
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'Very caring,' says B.C. friend of Naeem Rashid, slain in New Zealand mosque

Shaukat Khan, 49, says he's heartbroken over the death of his friend and Rashid's son. He says when he didn't hear back from Rashid, asking him if he and his family were OK, he assumed his friend was out helping people and families affected by the violence.

Ottawa school lunch supervisor charged with sexual assault, sexual interference

Ottawa police say a school lunch supervisor has been charged with sexual assault and sexual interference.
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Ottawa school lunch supervisor charged with sexual assault, sexual interference

Ottawa police say a school lunch supervisor has been charged with sexual assault and sexual interference.

Meet the Yellowknife man who's been raising and racing pigeons for a decade

Norm Pottinger has been raising and breeding pigeons in Yellowknife for the last 10 years. He enters them in racing competitions all over the world.
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Meet the Yellowknife man who's been raising and racing pigeons for a decade

Norm Pottinger has been raising and breeding pigeons in Yellowknife for the last 10 years. He enters them in racing competitions all over the world.

Brampton man departs to collect remains of 6 family members killed in Ethiopia plane crash

«I lost my family,» Manant Vaidya said shortly before boarding a plane at Pearson airport. «It's still hard to believe. I'm totally broken.»
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Brampton man departs to collect remains of 6 family members killed in Ethiopia plane crash

«I lost my family,» Manant Vaidya said shortly before boarding a plane at Pearson airport. «It's still hard to believe. I'm totally broken.»

'It's heartbreaking': Canadians hold vigils, condemn violence in wake of New Zealand mosque attacks

Muslims and non-Muslims will gather in the Halifax Grand Parade to mourn the victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings as people across Canada come together to condemn Friday's attacks in New Zealand.
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'It's heartbreaking': Canadians hold vigils, condemn violence in wake of New Zealand mosque attacks

Muslims and non-Muslims will gather in the Halifax Grand Parade to mourn the victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings as people across Canada come together to condemn Friday's attacks in New Zealand.

Wind turbine catches fire at Nova Scotia wind farm, blaze now under control

A towering wind turbine went up in flames Friday at a wind farm located at the edge of a southern Nova Scotia community.
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Wind turbine catches fire at Nova Scotia wind farm, blaze now under control

A towering wind turbine went up in flames Friday at a wind farm located at the edge of a southern Nova Scotia community.

Canadians rally around Muslim community following New Zealand massacre

Canadian Muslims have expressed their sadness and shock at the shooting deaths of 49 worshippers at two mosques in New Zealand.
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Canadians rally around Muslim community following New Zealand massacre

Canadian Muslims have expressed their sadness and shock at the shooting deaths of 49 worshippers at two mosques in New Zealand.

Share the land: Guess Who frontman Burton Cummings tells Moose Jaw dance studio to turn down the music

Burton Cummings used to play some of the loudest rock in Canada, but now he's trying to get a neighbouring dance studio in Saskatchewan to turn down its tunes.
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Share the land: Guess Who frontman Burton Cummings tells Moose Jaw dance studio to turn down the music

Burton Cummings used to play some of the loudest rock in Canada, but now he's trying to get a neighbouring dance studio in Saskatchewan to turn down its tunes.

Edmonton police issue Amber Alert for boy, 8, abducted by his mother

Edmonton police issued an Amber Alert late Friday for a boy they say was abducted earlier in the afternoon by his mother.
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Edmonton police issue Amber Alert for boy, 8, abducted by his mother

Edmonton police issued an Amber Alert late Friday for a boy they say was abducted earlier in the afternoon by his mother.

Inside the Huawei tech hub in Shenzhen, and the company CEO's tech vision

In the second part of an exclusive interview with CTV News Chief Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei discusses his vision for the future of tech.
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Inside the Huawei tech hub in Shenzhen, and the company CEO's tech vision

In the second part of an exclusive interview with CTV News Chief Anchor and Senior Editor Lisa LaFlamme, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei discusses his vision for the future of tech.

Mandatory truck driver training begins in Saskatchewan

Starting today, new commercial truck drivers will have to undergo mandatory training in Saskatchewan where an inexperienced driver blew through a stop sign last April, killing 16 members of a hockey team.
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Mandatory truck driver training begins in Saskatchewan

Starting today, new commercial truck drivers will have to undergo mandatory training in Saskatchewan where an inexperienced driver blew through a stop sign last April, killing 16 members of a hockey team.

Quebec government doesn't rule out buying SNC-Lavalin shares, Legault says

Quebec Premier Francois Legault says his government isn't ruling out buying shares in SNC-Lavalin in order to prevent the company from being sold or dismantled.
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Quebec government doesn't rule out buying SNC-Lavalin shares, Legault says

Quebec Premier Francois Legault says his government isn't ruling out buying shares in SNC-Lavalin in order to prevent the company from being sold or dismantled.

Spring flooding in Canada: Are you at risk this year?

With stubborn snow still on the ground in much of the country after one of the coldest winters in recent history, the threat of flooding looms large everywhere from New Brunswick to Alberta, according to Environment Canada.
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Spring flooding in Canada: Are you at risk this year?

With stubborn snow still on the ground in much of the country after one of the coldest winters in recent history, the threat of flooding looms large everywhere from New Brunswick to Alberta, according to Environment Canada.

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