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Federal cabinet to decide again on Trans Mountain pipeline expansion this week

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet will decide Tuesday whether to greenlight the Trans Mountain expansion project, amid political and legal uncertainty for the pipeline the government bought last year for $4.5 billion.

1 in 5 homes in Canada bought by newcomers, Royal LePage survey says

A survey released on Wednesday by Royal LePage suggests newcomers to Canada are contributing «significantly» to demand for real estate, with about one in five homes sold to people who've arrived here in the last 10 years.
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1 in 5 homes in Canada bought by newcomers, Royal LePage survey says

A survey released on Wednesday by Royal LePage suggests newcomers to Canada are contributing «significantly» to demand for real estate, with about one in five homes sold to people who've arrived here in the last 10 years.

Quebec provincial police make arrests in 4 Mafia killings

Quebec provincial police have arrested three men and a woman in connection with the deaths of four known organized crime members, in a series of raids Wednesday targetting the province's criminal underworld.
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Quebec provincial police make arrests in 4 Mafia killings

Quebec provincial police have arrested three men and a woman in connection with the deaths of four known organized crime members, in a series of raids Wednesday targetting the province's criminal underworld.

Scheer promises $20,000 fines for politicians who violate ethics laws

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said today that a government led by him would introduce penalties for politicians found to have violated the Conflict of Interest Act.
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Scheer promises $20,000 fines for politicians who violate ethics laws

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said today that a government led by him would introduce penalties for politicians found to have violated the Conflict of Interest Act.

Activist Greta Thunberg arrives in Alberta ahead of climate strike at legislature

Environmental activist Greta Thunberg has followed through on her pledge to visit the heartland of Canada's oil and gas industry, showing up in downtown Calgary on Wednesday and planning to join a climate strike at the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton on Fr
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Activist Greta Thunberg arrives in Alberta ahead of climate strike at legislature

Environmental activist Greta Thunberg has followed through on her pledge to visit the heartland of Canada's oil and gas industry, showing up in downtown Calgary on Wednesday and planning to join a climate strike at the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton on Friday.

Loblaws wanted too much information for $25 gift cards, privacy commissioner finds

Canada's privacy commissioner has concluded that Loblaws initially requested too much personal information from some customers before they could collect their $25 gift card — offered to make up for the company's bread price-fixing scandal.
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Loblaws wanted too much information for $25 gift cards, privacy commissioner finds

Canada's privacy commissioner has concluded that Loblaws initially requested too much personal information from some customers before they could collect their $25 gift card — offered to make up for the company's bread price-fixing scandal.

Distance, cost and weather: The unique challenges of running in a northern riding

The Northwest Territories is a 1.35-million square-kilometre riding with just one seat up for grabs, and its 44,500 residents are spread out in 33 communities — some of which are fly-in only. 
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Distance, cost and weather: The unique challenges of running in a northern riding

The Northwest Territories is a 1.35-million square-kilometre riding with just one seat up for grabs, and its 44,500 residents are spread out in 33 communities — some of which are fly-in only. 

RCMP watchdog's probe into Colten Boushie case to wrap by end of 2019

An independent probe into how RCMP members investigated the death of Colten Boushie and interacted with his family is nearing its conclusion. 
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RCMP watchdog's probe into Colten Boushie case to wrap by end of 2019

An independent probe into how RCMP members investigated the death of Colten Boushie and interacted with his family is nearing its conclusion. 

Deadly mosquito-borne virus Eastern equine encephalitis found in Windsor

The rare but deadly mosquito-borne virus Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) has been found in Windsor, Ont., according to the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit.
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Deadly mosquito-borne virus Eastern equine encephalitis found in Windsor

The rare but deadly mosquito-borne virus Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) has been found in Windsor, Ont., according to the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit.

Facing a possible wipeout in Quebec, Singh evokes Jack Layton's legacy

Jagmeet Singh returned to the childhood home of former NDP leader Jack Layton today, promising to build on his legacy in Quebec while trying to dispel fears the party could be pushed off the province's electoral map in Monday’s election.
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Facing a possible wipeout in Quebec, Singh evokes Jack Layton's legacy

Jagmeet Singh returned to the childhood home of former NDP leader Jack Layton today, promising to build on his legacy in Quebec while trying to dispel fears the party could be pushed off the province's electoral map in Monday’s election.

Trudeau acknowledges Tories could win, accuses them of running 'dirtiest' campaign ever

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau today acknowledged the Conservatives could win Monday's election — and accused the party of winning support by running one of the «dirtiest, nastiest» election campaigns in Canadian history.
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Trudeau acknowledges Tories could win, accuses them of running 'dirtiest' campaign ever

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau today acknowledged the Conservatives could win Monday's election — and accused the party of winning support by running one of the «dirtiest, nastiest» election campaigns in Canadian history.

Roughly 9,000 still without power after snowstorm pummels Manitoba

Some 9,000 Manitoba homes and businesses are still without power after last week's heavy snow storm -- down 4,000 from yesterday.
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Roughly 9,000 still without power after snowstorm pummels Manitoba

Some 9,000 Manitoba homes and businesses are still without power after last week's heavy snow storm -- down 4,000 from yesterday.

'The home became a crime scene': Airbnb host's home shot at after party shut down

A woman from Maple says her home was shot at after she shut down an unauthorized party thrown by one of her Airbnb guests.
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'The home became a crime scene': Airbnb host's home shot at after party shut down

A woman from Maple says her home was shot at after she shut down an unauthorized party thrown by one of her Airbnb guests.

Fredericton takes next step to deal with traffic congestion at Tim Hortons drive-thru

City councillors in Fredericton have taken another step towards addressing traffic jams caused by a busy Tim Hortons drive-thru.
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Fredericton takes next step to deal with traffic congestion at Tim Hortons drive-thru

City councillors in Fredericton have taken another step towards addressing traffic jams caused by a busy Tim Hortons drive-thru.

Elderly Calgary woman attacked by dog, left bleeding on the ground

The search is on for a dog and the person believed to be its owner after an 87-year-old woman was attacked in an alley in the city's southeast and left with multiple bite marks. **WARNING – Story contains graphic images**
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Elderly Calgary woman attacked by dog, left bleeding on the ground

The search is on for a dog and the person believed to be its owner after an 87-year-old woman was attacked in an alley in the city's southeast and left with multiple bite marks. **WARNING – Story contains graphic images**

Canadian inflation 1.9% in September as lower gas prices keep rate steady

The annual inflation rate was 1.9 per cent in September for a second-straight month, keeping the indicator close to the Bank of Canada's ideal two per cent target.
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Canadian inflation 1.9% in September as lower gas prices keep rate steady

The annual inflation rate was 1.9 per cent in September for a second-straight month, keeping the indicator close to the Bank of Canada's ideal two per cent target.

'They need much more': Eugene Levy urges Ford gov't to restore autism funding

Canadian actor Eugene Levy and Brenda Deskin, the mother of a 24-year-old with autism, are urging Ontario’s Conservative government to reverse the cost cuts made to therapy and education programs for young adults living with autism in the province.
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'They need much more': Eugene Levy urges Ford gov't to restore autism funding

Canadian actor Eugene Levy and Brenda Deskin, the mother of a 24-year-old with autism, are urging Ontario’s Conservative government to reverse the cost cuts made to therapy and education programs for young adults living with autism in the province.

Study co-authored by Halifax biologist suggests cargo ships dumping plastic litter

A Canadian wildlife researcher is among the authors of a recent study that suggests cargo ships are an important source of plastic bottles littering the South Atlantic Ocean.
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Study co-authored by Halifax biologist suggests cargo ships dumping plastic litter

A Canadian wildlife researcher is among the authors of a recent study that suggests cargo ships are an important source of plastic bottles littering the South Atlantic Ocean.

Alberta government won't seek meeting with Greta Thunberg

The Alberta government won't seek out a meeting with teen climate activist Greta Thunberg, but Environment Minister Jason Nixon said he hopes the Swedish girl takes time to learn about the province's oil and gas industry.
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Alberta government won't seek meeting with Greta Thunberg

The Alberta government won't seek out a meeting with teen climate activist Greta Thunberg, but Environment Minister Jason Nixon said he hopes the Swedish girl takes time to learn about the province's oil and gas industry.

Cannabis edibles will soon be legal: Everything you need to know

New regulations for cannabis edibles and topicals come into effect on Oct. 17, with products expected to reach store shelves in December. CTVNews.ca explains how the government and companies will begin rolling products out, when products will become legally a
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Cannabis edibles will soon be legal: Everything you need to know

New regulations for cannabis edibles and topicals come into effect on Oct. 17, with products expected to reach store shelves in December. CTVNews.ca explains how the government and companies will begin rolling products out, when products will become legally available, and what users and parents need to know.

18-year-old Winnipeg woman with terminal cancer casts 1st vote, urges others to do the same

When 18-year-old Maddison Yetman’s first chance to vote rolled around with the upcoming federal election, she wasn’t going to let anything get in her way — not even a sudden, terminal cancer diagnosis.
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18-year-old Winnipeg woman with terminal cancer casts 1st vote, urges others to do the same

When 18-year-old Maddison Yetman’s first chance to vote rolled around with the upcoming federal election, she wasn’t going to let anything get in her way — not even a sudden, terminal cancer diagnosis.

Alberta joining class-action lawsuit against opioid manufacturers, distributors

The Alberta government is joining a class-action lawsuit to recoup health-care costs related to the opioid crisis, the province's health minister said Tuesday.
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Alberta joining class-action lawsuit against opioid manufacturers, distributors

The Alberta government is joining a class-action lawsuit to recoup health-care costs related to the opioid crisis, the province's health minister said Tuesday.

Warren Buffett-linked company to build $200M wind power farm in Alberta

A company linked to U.S. investor Warren Buffett says it will break ground on a $200-million, 117.6-megawatt wind farm in southeastern Alberta next year.
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Warren Buffett-linked company to build $200M wind power farm in Alberta

A company linked to U.S. investor Warren Buffett says it will break ground on a $200-million, 117.6-megawatt wind farm in southeastern Alberta next year.

Ontario, Quebec will bear brunt of stormy weather: AccuWeather winter forecast

Ontario and Quebec are expected to bear the brunt of the snowy storms with arctic blasts focused on the eastern Prairies, according to AccuWeather’s winter forecast for 2019-2020.
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Ontario, Quebec will bear brunt of stormy weather: AccuWeather winter forecast

Ontario and Quebec are expected to bear the brunt of the snowy storms with arctic blasts focused on the eastern Prairies, according to AccuWeather’s winter forecast for 2019-2020.

Skip the Dishes, for weed: Manitoba's rules pave way for private delivery of legal pot

Founders of a new cannabis delivery service set to launch in Winnipeg say they plan to use the Manitoba market as a test case for possible Canadian expansion, thanks to provincial laws that are comparatively friendly to online retailers.
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Skip the Dishes, for weed: Manitoba's rules pave way for private delivery of legal pot

Founders of a new cannabis delivery service set to launch in Winnipeg say they plan to use the Manitoba market as a test case for possible Canadian expansion, thanks to provincial laws that are comparatively friendly to online retailers.

Partygoers injured in deck collapse sue owners of luxury Langley home

More than a dozen lawsuits have been filed against the owners of an event venue in Langley, B.C., where a deck collapsed during a pre-wedding celebration earlier this year.
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Partygoers injured in deck collapse sue owners of luxury Langley home

More than a dozen lawsuits have been filed against the owners of an event venue in Langley, B.C., where a deck collapsed during a pre-wedding celebration earlier this year.

Rise in RCMP pursuit collisions prompts policy review

The RCMP is reviewing its policy around the pursuit of fleeing vehicles, as CBC News finds an increase in the number of people who ram police cars in the course of those chases.
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Rise in RCMP pursuit collisions prompts policy review

The RCMP is reviewing its policy around the pursuit of fleeing vehicles, as CBC News finds an increase in the number of people who ram police cars in the course of those chases.

Manitobans help each other after storm leaves thousands without power

Stories of neighbours helping one another are emerging after a pummeling snowstorm snapped thousands of trees and pulverized the electricity network that connects southern Manitoba.
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Manitobans help each other after storm leaves thousands without power

Stories of neighbours helping one another are emerging after a pummeling snowstorm snapped thousands of trees and pulverized the electricity network that connects southern Manitoba.

Alberta and Quebec are at loggerheads on most issues, Vote Compass suggests

It's no secret that Alberta and Quebec have a strained relationship, and new data analysis from an online questionnaire shows the divide is stark most issues — with the rest of Canada in the middle.
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Alberta and Quebec are at loggerheads on most issues, Vote Compass suggests

It's no secret that Alberta and Quebec have a strained relationship, and new data analysis from an online questionnaire shows the divide is stark most issues — with the rest of Canada in the middle.

Removal of collapsed Halifax crane is nearly complete

Over a month since post-tropical storm, Dorian touched down in Halifax, the collapsed crane that crumbled against the force of the wind is finally being removed. A long time coming for some, eager onlookers watched as crews began the removal process on Monday
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Removal of collapsed Halifax crane is nearly complete

Over a month since post-tropical storm, Dorian touched down in Halifax, the collapsed crane that crumbled against the force of the wind is finally being removed. A long time coming for some, eager onlookers watched as crews began the removal process on Monday.

'Blond hair everywhere': Nurse first on scene remembers Humboldt Broncos crash

Vivian York recalls that the debris was still flying when she drove up to an intersection where the Humboldt Broncos hockey bus and a semi-truck carrying peat moss had just collided.
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'Blond hair everywhere': Nurse first on scene remembers Humboldt Broncos crash

Vivian York recalls that the debris was still flying when she drove up to an intersection where the Humboldt Broncos hockey bus and a semi-truck carrying peat moss had just collided.

State of emergency in Manitoba amid unprecedented snowstorm

Nearly 21,000 Manitoba homes and businesses remained without power early Monday in the wake of a snowstorm that the province's Crown energy utility said had left an unprecedented amount of damage to transmission lines, towers and more, and will take days to r
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State of emergency in Manitoba amid unprecedented snowstorm

Nearly 21,000 Manitoba homes and businesses remained without power early Monday in the wake of a snowstorm that the province's Crown energy utility said had left an unprecedented amount of damage to transmission lines, towers and more, and will take days to repair.

More witnesses sought in Toronto hit-and-run that badly injured toddler

Toronto police are asking those who witnessed an alleged hit-and-run that badly injured a toddler, his mother and his grandmother on Sunday to come forward.
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More witnesses sought in Toronto hit-and-run that badly injured toddler

Toronto police are asking those who witnessed an alleged hit-and-run that badly injured a toddler, his mother and his grandmother on Sunday to come forward.

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