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Disenfranchisement and disappointment: Idea of western Canadian separation has deep roots in Prairies

Billboards promoting western separation have popped up in Calgary, Edmonton, Regina and Saskatoon in recent months, reflecting interest in an idea that has deep roots in the Prairie provinces.
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Disenfranchisement and disappointment: Idea of western Canadian separation has deep roots in Prairies

Billboards promoting western separation have popped up in Calgary, Edmonton, Regina and Saskatoon in recent months, reflecting interest in an idea that has deep roots in the Prairie provinces.

Defence lawyer awaiting information from Crown in RCMP secrets case

A lawyer for an RCMP employee charged with breaching the official-secrets law says he is still awaiting details of the allegations from the Crown.
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Defence lawyer awaiting information from Crown in RCMP secrets case

A lawyer for an RCMP employee charged with breaching the official-secrets law says he is still awaiting details of the allegations from the Crown.

Meet the activist leading Ontario's youth climate strike movement

Alienor Rougeot will be heading the climate strike in Toronto Ont., on Friday, and will be leading Canada’s mass 'teach in' to facilitate conversations about climate change with adults.
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Meet the activist leading Ontario's youth climate strike movement

Alienor Rougeot will be heading the climate strike in Toronto Ont., on Friday, and will be leading Canada’s mass 'teach in' to facilitate conversations about climate change with adults.

Alberta veterinarian fined, suspended after dog dies following surgery

A veterinarian says he’s disappointed with the decision of a tribunal that suspended his registration, ordered his clinic closed and fined him $50,000 for professional misconduct after three incidents in 2017, including one surgery after which a dog died.
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Alberta veterinarian fined, suspended after dog dies following surgery

A veterinarian says he’s disappointed with the decision of a tribunal that suspended his registration, ordered his clinic closed and fined him $50,000 for professional misconduct after three incidents in 2017, including one surgery after which a dog died.

Halifax police officer charged with unlawfully entering home, sexual assault

A Halifax Regional Police officer is facing charges after he allegedly broke into a home and sexually assaulted the homeowner.
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Halifax police officer charged with unlawfully entering home, sexual assault

A Halifax Regional Police officer is facing charges after he allegedly broke into a home and sexually assaulted the homeowner.

Daughter of missing Canadian presumed murdered in Mexico is frustrated at lack of arrests

The heartbroken daughter of a missing Ontario man she believes was murdered in Mexico is frustrated by the lack of progress in the police investigation.
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Daughter of missing Canadian presumed murdered in Mexico is frustrated at lack of arrests

The heartbroken daughter of a missing Ontario man she believes was murdered in Mexico is frustrated by the lack of progress in the police investigation.

The science behind why vaping is becoming so popular in Canada

Vaping has become a lot more popular in Canada in a short period of time, despite what little is known of its long-term health effects.
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The science behind why vaping is becoming so popular in Canada

Vaping has become a lot more popular in Canada in a short period of time, despite what little is known of its long-term health effects.

New Liberal gun-control policies coming soon, as firearms lobby gears up for a fight

A re-elected Liberal government will ban some types of «assault-style» rifles, as well as introduce additional restrictions on where firearms can be possessed or stored, according to Bill Blair. But members of Canada's gun lobby are mobilizing fo
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New Liberal gun-control policies coming soon, as firearms lobby gears up for a fight

A re-elected Liberal government will ban some types of «assault-style» rifles, as well as introduce additional restrictions on where firearms can be possessed or stored, according to Bill Blair. But members of Canada's gun lobby are mobilizing for a fight ahead of the Oct. 21 election.

B.C. man shown with Trudeau in brownface photo says he doesn't believe Liberal leader is racist

Sunny Khurana's children were students at Vancouver's West Point Grey Academy in 2001, when the school held a fundraising gala with an «Arabian Nights» theme.
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B.C. man shown with Trudeau in brownface photo says he doesn't believe Liberal leader is racist

Sunny Khurana's children were students at Vancouver's West Point Grey Academy in 2001, when the school held a fundraising gala with an «Arabian Nights» theme.

Alberta parents David and Collet Stephan found not guilty in their toddler's death after retrial

David and Collet Stephan, an Alberta couple who treated their son's illness with natural remedies rather than taking him to a doctor, have been found not guilty in the toddler's death after a retrial.
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Alberta parents David and Collet Stephan found not guilty in their toddler's death after retrial

David and Collet Stephan, an Alberta couple who treated their son's illness with natural remedies rather than taking him to a doctor, have been found not guilty in the toddler's death after a retrial.

'We can move on with our lives': Alberta parents aquitted in death of toddler

An Alberta mother and father who treated their ill son with herbal remedies rather than get him medical attention have been acquitted in the boy's death.
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'We can move on with our lives': Alberta parents aquitted in death of toddler

An Alberta mother and father who treated their ill son with herbal remedies rather than get him medical attention have been acquitted in the boy's death.

'As ready as I'll ever be': Man accused of swimming naked with sharks expected to plead guilty

A British Columbia man accused of swimming naked with sharks at a Toronto aquarium last year says he’s feeling “pretty nervous” ahead of his court appearance where he is expected to plead guilty in the incident.
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'As ready as I'll ever be': Man accused of swimming naked with sharks expected to plead guilty

A British Columbia man accused of swimming naked with sharks at a Toronto aquarium last year says he’s feeling “pretty nervous” ahead of his court appearance where he is expected to plead guilty in the incident.

South Asian and Arab groups react to Justin Trudeau wearing brownface in 2001 photo

South Asian and Arab groups are reacting to a 2001 image of Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau in brownface, calling on him to follow-up his apology with action.
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South Asian and Arab groups react to Justin Trudeau wearing brownface in 2001 photo

South Asian and Arab groups are reacting to a 2001 image of Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau in brownface, calling on him to follow-up his apology with action.

Scheer says he'd fast-track pipeline challenges straight to Supreme Court

A Conservative government would overcome legal objections to building new petroleum pipelines by fast-tracking any cases right to the Supreme Court, party leader Andrew Scheer says.
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Scheer says he'd fast-track pipeline challenges straight to Supreme Court

A Conservative government would overcome legal objections to building new petroleum pipelines by fast-tracking any cases right to the Supreme Court, party leader Andrew Scheer says.

Guilty plea expected today from man accused of swimming naked with sharks at Ripley's

A British Columbia man accused of skinny dipping in a shark tank at a Toronto aquarium is expected to plead guilty to mischief in that incident today.
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Guilty plea expected today from man accused of swimming naked with sharks at Ripley's

A British Columbia man accused of skinny dipping in a shark tank at a Toronto aquarium is expected to plead guilty to mischief in that incident today.

Canada banning Christian demonstrations? How a private member's bill sprouted fake news

A story with a headline claiming Canada was going to «Ban Christians from Demonstrating in Public,» grew from an online ecosystem of spin and scare tactics. CBC News tracked this particular example back through time on social media to uncover wher
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Canada banning Christian demonstrations? How a private member's bill sprouted fake news

A story with a headline claiming Canada was going to «Ban Christians from Demonstrating in Public,» grew from an online ecosystem of spin and scare tactics. CBC News tracked this particular example back through time on social media to uncover where it came from and how it evolved over time. 

Ontario First Nation evacuates community over water safety, asks feds for help

An abrupt downturn in an already poor water-quality situation in a northwestern Ontario Indigenous community poses more of a safety risk than the federal government is willing to acknowledge, representatives of the First Nation said Wednesday as they called f
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Ontario First Nation evacuates community over water safety, asks feds for help

An abrupt downturn in an already poor water-quality situation in a northwestern Ontario Indigenous community poses more of a safety risk than the federal government is willing to acknowledge, representatives of the First Nation said Wednesday as they called for help covering the cost of evacuating the community.

Field trip transport will be guided by crash review: University of Victoria

The University of Victoria says the outcome of a review into a bus crash on Vancouver Island that killed two of its students will guide decisions on transportation for future trips.
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Field trip transport will be guided by crash review: University of Victoria

The University of Victoria says the outcome of a review into a bus crash on Vancouver Island that killed two of its students will guide decisions on transportation for future trips.

Some Canadian schools, colleges move to accommodate climate strikes

Students in Canada are expected to participate in climate demonstrations beginning this Friday, and some school boards are moving to allow -- even encourage -- them to miss class for the cause.
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Some Canadian schools, colleges move to accommodate climate strikes

Students in Canada are expected to participate in climate demonstrations beginning this Friday, and some school boards are moving to allow -- even encourage -- them to miss class for the cause.

GM's Oshawa truck assembly line shut down, workers told to stay home as parts run short

Hundreds of GM workers in Oshawa have been told to stay home Wednesday after a strike by auto workers in the U.S. has limited the number of parts shipped to Canada, shutting down the truck assembly line at the plant.
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GM's Oshawa truck assembly line shut down, workers told to stay home as parts run short

Hundreds of GM workers in Oshawa have been told to stay home Wednesday after a strike by auto workers in the U.S. has limited the number of parts shipped to Canada, shutting down the truck assembly line at the plant.

Edmonton soldier charged with attempted murder of her 3 children

Cpl. Chantal Jadwiga Condie, 41, also faces arson charges after a fire at a home on the base on July 20, 2015, according to court records.
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Edmonton soldier charged with attempted murder of her 3 children

Cpl. Chantal Jadwiga Condie, 41, also faces arson charges after a fire at a home on the base on July 20, 2015, according to court records.

RCMP provide update on 'unsettling' arrest of intelligence official

The Mounties revealed more details Tuesday about the investigation that led to charges against one of their senior intelligence officials Tuesday.
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RCMP provide update on 'unsettling' arrest of intelligence official

The Mounties revealed more details Tuesday about the investigation that led to charges against one of their senior intelligence officials Tuesday.

Some voters question whether Canada is ready for a PM with a turban

Wearing a bright yellow turban, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh stepped onto the orange tractor in Verner, Ont., on Tuesday to a round of applause from supporters. But in the back of the crowd at this year’s International Plowing Match, some voters were turned of
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Some voters question whether Canada is ready for a PM with a turban

Wearing a bright yellow turban, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh stepped onto the orange tractor in Verner, Ont., on Tuesday to a round of applause from supporters. But in the back of the crowd at this year’s International Plowing Match, some voters were turned off by the image.

B.C. woman arrested in Spain, charged in U.S. college admissions case

A B.C. woman has been charged in connection with an ongoing investigation into a college admissions scandal south of the border.
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B.C. woman arrested in Spain, charged in U.S. college admissions case

A B.C. woman has been charged in connection with an ongoing investigation into a college admissions scandal south of the border.

Canadian Labour Congress exec calls to end sanctions in Syria

The second in command of the largest labour organization in Canada attended a trade union conference in Syria last week and called for the end of sanctions against the country, which is run by an internationally condemned authoritarian regime.
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Canadian Labour Congress exec calls to end sanctions in Syria

The second in command of the largest labour organization in Canada attended a trade union conference in Syria last week and called for the end of sanctions against the country, which is run by an internationally condemned authoritarian regime.

'This is really upsetting': Airline passengers struggle to get denied boarding compensation under new rules

Canada’s new air passenger protection regulations promise big compensation for denied boarding: up to $2,400. However, some passengers have found that they need to do battle with the airline to collect their cash.
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'This is really upsetting': Airline passengers struggle to get denied boarding compensation under new rules

Canada’s new air passenger protection regulations promise big compensation for denied boarding: up to $2,400. However, some passengers have found that they need to do battle with the airline to collect their cash.

Is Andrew Scheer ducking the Ontario premier?

It was one of the more persistent questions hurled at Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer during his mini-tour through Ontario last week: Where's Doug Ford? His absence has raised questions as to whether Scheer is deliberately avoiding the Ontario premier, wh
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Is Andrew Scheer ducking the Ontario premier?

It was one of the more persistent questions hurled at Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer during his mini-tour through Ontario last week: Where's Doug Ford? His absence has raised questions as to whether Scheer is deliberately avoiding the Ontario premier, who has seen his popularity drop since his own election.

'This is something beautiful': UVic holds gathering after 2 students killed in bus crash

The University of Victoria held a brief community gathering on Tuesday after two of its students died in a bus crash.
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'This is something beautiful': UVic holds gathering after 2 students killed in bus crash

The University of Victoria held a brief community gathering on Tuesday after two of its students died in a bus crash.

Federal polls show a steady race — but lots of potential for swings to come

No trends are emerging in the early days of the campaign, with the polls still showing a tie between the Conservatives and Liberals after the first week.
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Federal polls show a steady race — but lots of potential for swings to come

No trends are emerging in the early days of the campaign, with the polls still showing a tie between the Conservatives and Liberals after the first week.

A pelican in Nova Scotia? Unusual birds blown into Cape Breton by Dorian

Bird watchers have been flocking to the docks in Cape Breton for a glimpse of a strange new visitor blown in by Dorian after photos of a huge brown pelican started circulating on social media.
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A pelican in Nova Scotia? Unusual birds blown into Cape Breton by Dorian

Bird watchers have been flocking to the docks in Cape Breton for a glimpse of a strange new visitor blown in by Dorian after photos of a huge brown pelican started circulating on social media.

4 Moncton Mounties sue federal government over 2014 shootings

Four RCMP officers who allege they suffered serious psychological trauma as a result the force's failure to properly equip them prior to the Moncton shootings are suing the federal government for damages.
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4 Moncton Mounties sue federal government over 2014 shootings

Four RCMP officers who allege they suffered serious psychological trauma as a result the force's failure to properly equip them prior to the Moncton shootings are suing the federal government for damages.

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