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Why Chrystia Freeland is the indispensable Trudeau cabinet minister

The most important relationship Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has within his cabinet is with Chrystia Freeland. By tasking her with improving relations with the provinces, Trudeau put her at the centre of much of his minority government's ambitious policy goa
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Why Chrystia Freeland is the indispensable Trudeau cabinet minister

The most important relationship Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has within his cabinet is with Chrystia Freeland. By tasking her with improving relations with the provinces, Trudeau put her at the centre of much of his minority government's ambitious policy goals.

Black coffee and Balsillie: Concocting a Winnipeg-Hamilton rivalry, off the field

Winnipeg and Hamilton don't have the kind of long-standing rivalry the Blue Bombers' home city has with Regina, for example — but there are a few areas where the home cities of this year's Grey Cup contestants are natural competitors.
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Black coffee and Balsillie: Concocting a Winnipeg-Hamilton rivalry, off the field

Winnipeg and Hamilton don't have the kind of long-standing rivalry the Blue Bombers' home city has with Regina, for example — but there are a few areas where the home cities of this year's Grey Cup contestants are natural competitors.

Who determines what's hate? A Canadian firm uses technology to decide

Toronto firm Hatebase has built a 3,600-word hate speech lexicon, digging through the web for potentially hateful messages, which are then flagged to NGOs and social media companies. It has attracted big-name partners around the world, but the practice has le
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Who determines what's hate? A Canadian firm uses technology to decide

Toronto firm Hatebase has built a 3,600-word hate speech lexicon, digging through the web for potentially hateful messages, which are then flagged to NGOs and social media companies. It has attracted big-name partners around the world, but the practice has led to concerns from free-speech advocates.

'This is effectively adding another major pipeline': How more oil will be exported from Alberta

Export pipelines out of Western Canada are running at full capacity and now, operators are finding ways to squeeze more oil through those pipes.
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'This is effectively adding another major pipeline': How more oil will be exported from Alberta

Export pipelines out of Western Canada are running at full capacity and now, operators are finding ways to squeeze more oil through those pipes.

Why Atlantic Canada's lucrative seafood industry is concerned about Elizabeth Warren

Canada is defending measures it has taken to protect critically endangered North Atlantic right whales, as political pressure — and blame — mounts from the United States in the wake of a rash whale deaths in Canadian waters in 2019.
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Why Atlantic Canada's lucrative seafood industry is concerned about Elizabeth Warren

Canada is defending measures it has taken to protect critically endangered North Atlantic right whales, as political pressure — and blame — mounts from the United States in the wake of a rash whale deaths in Canadian waters in 2019.

Victim of revenge porn sues ex-lover, testing Saskatchewan's new privacy law

A Saskatchewan woman has filed a civil suit against her ex-lover, Daylan Heidel, seeking compensation for harm allegedly inflicted on her when he shared intimate images without her consent.
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Victim of revenge porn sues ex-lover, testing Saskatchewan's new privacy law

A Saskatchewan woman has filed a civil suit against her ex-lover, Daylan Heidel, seeking compensation for harm allegedly inflicted on her when he shared intimate images without her consent.

Ontario teen's vaping injury consistent with 'popcorn lung,' study suggests

An Ontario teen who was put on life-support after being diagnosed with a severe vaping-related illness may be the first documented case of a different form of damage linked to e-cigarettes, according to a study published Thursday in the Canadian Medical Assoc
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Ontario teen's vaping injury consistent with 'popcorn lung,' study suggests

An Ontario teen who was put on life-support after being diagnosed with a severe vaping-related illness may be the first documented case of a different form of damage linked to e-cigarettes, according to a study published Thursday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.

Astronomers believe we could be in for a rare meteor storm

There’s a bit of uncertainty, but there’s a chance that Earth may sweep through a dense cloud of leftover cometary debris, producing a rare meteor “storm” on the night of Nov. 21–22 and eastern Canada might be able to catch it.
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Astronomers believe we could be in for a rare meteor storm

There’s a bit of uncertainty, but there’s a chance that Earth may sweep through a dense cloud of leftover cometary debris, producing a rare meteor “storm” on the night of Nov. 21–22 and eastern Canada might be able to catch it.

Calls mount for Toronto school board action after vice chair links LGBTQ debate and cannibalism

Even after an avalanche of angry emails in recent days, the chair of the Toronto Catholic District School Board says no one has yet made an “official complaint” about Michael Del Grande's — leaving questions about next steps for a nebulous review proce
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Calls mount for Toronto school board action after vice chair links LGBTQ debate and cannibalism

Even after an avalanche of angry emails in recent days, the chair of the Toronto Catholic District School Board says no one has yet made an “official complaint” about Michael Del Grande's — leaving questions about next steps for a nebulous review process at the board.

Most Saskatchewan businesses listed as Wexit petition locations say campaign isn't welcome

Organizers of the Wexit separatist campaign are collecting petition signatures across the province, but most businesses listed on the group's website say they want nothing to do with the movement.
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Most Saskatchewan businesses listed as Wexit petition locations say campaign isn't welcome

Organizers of the Wexit separatist campaign are collecting petition signatures across the province, but most businesses listed on the group's website say they want nothing to do with the movement.

Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley asks Ethics Commissioner to stop vote on Bill 22

«Your urgent attention to this matter is required in order to have these concerns addressed in a meaningful way,» Notley says in Wednesday letter to Marguerite Trussler.
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Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley asks Ethics Commissioner to stop vote on Bill 22

«Your urgent attention to this matter is required in order to have these concerns addressed in a meaningful way,» Notley says in Wednesday letter to Marguerite Trussler.

Porch thieves make off with $5,100 in medical supplies meant for Saskatoon boy with rare condition

A Saskatoon family is at a loss after thousands of dollars of medical bandages «essential» to their son's health were stolen from their porch on Tuesday.
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Porch thieves make off with $5,100 in medical supplies meant for Saskatoon boy with rare condition

A Saskatoon family is at a loss after thousands of dollars of medical bandages «essential» to their son's health were stolen from their porch on Tuesday.

Rideau Hall Foundation pulls support for Prince Andrew's entrepreneur project

The Rideau Hall Foundation isn’t renewing its agreement with Prince Andrew’s flagship entrepreneur project, in the wake of the broadcast interview addressing his friendship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
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Rideau Hall Foundation pulls support for Prince Andrew's entrepreneur project

The Rideau Hall Foundation isn’t renewing its agreement with Prince Andrew’s flagship entrepreneur project, in the wake of the broadcast interview addressing his friendship with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

'A punch to the gut': Man furious after getting health card renewal form for his dead mother

A Hamilton, Ont. man is furious after he received a health card renewal form from the Province of Ontario for his dead mother.
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'A punch to the gut': Man furious after getting health card renewal form for his dead mother

A Hamilton, Ont. man is furious after he received a health card renewal form from the Province of Ontario for his dead mother.

Canadian class action proposed over alleged carcinogenic herbicide

Lawyers for a group of Canadians who blame their own or their loved ones' cancer on exposure to a herbicide have filed a series of proposed class-action lawsuits against the product's manufacturer.
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Canadian class action proposed over alleged carcinogenic herbicide

Lawyers for a group of Canadians who blame their own or their loved ones' cancer on exposure to a herbicide have filed a series of proposed class-action lawsuits against the product's manufacturer.

Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley not ready to apologize for remarks that got her kicked out of legislature

“Obviously I want to get back fairly soon — I’m the leader of the Official Opposition and I need to be in there."
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Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley not ready to apologize for remarks that got her kicked out of legislature

“Obviously I want to get back fairly soon — I’m the leader of the Official Opposition and I need to be in there."

N.S. man takes one of world's biggest automakers to court — and wins

A Nova Scotia man who refused to give up his fight to have Volkswagen honour a 12-year corrosion warranty has won a $7886.40 judgment against the company in small claims court.
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N.S. man takes one of world's biggest automakers to court — and wins

A Nova Scotia man who refused to give up his fight to have Volkswagen honour a 12-year corrosion warranty has won a $7886.40 judgment against the company in small claims court.

Edmonton pilot hopes to cross the finish line in international electric airplane race

Scott Holmes and his team are trying to accomplish something that's never been done before in the aviation industry: develop, build, and successfully run an electric motor in an airplane race. 
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Edmonton pilot hopes to cross the finish line in international electric airplane race

Scott Holmes and his team are trying to accomplish something that's never been done before in the aviation industry: develop, build, and successfully run an electric motor in an airplane race. 

Lawyers launch $500M class action lawsuit against Roundup makers

Toronto-based law firm Diamond & Diamond is spearheading a $500 million class action lawsuit against various Roundup makers, including pharmaceutical company Bayer, the owner of Roundup maker Monsanto.  
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Lawyers launch $500M class action lawsuit against Roundup makers

Toronto-based law firm Diamond & Diamond is spearheading a $500 million class action lawsuit against various Roundup makers, including pharmaceutical company Bayer, the owner of Roundup maker Monsanto.  

CN Rail strike and bad weather causing 'toughest year ever' for B.C. grain farmers

Wheat and canola farmers are concerned about their financial well-being without trains to move their crops to market this season.
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CN Rail strike and bad weather causing 'toughest year ever' for B.C. grain farmers

Wheat and canola farmers are concerned about their financial well-being without trains to move their crops to market this season.

Lowe's to close 12 stores across Quebec in major restructuring

Nearly a third of the closures are in Quebec, where 12 stores are closing. Nine stores will be cut in Ontario, with six in Alberta, three in Nova Scotia, three in British Columbia, and one in Saskatchewan.
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Lowe's to close 12 stores across Quebec in major restructuring

Nearly a third of the closures are in Quebec, where 12 stores are closing. Nine stores will be cut in Ontario, with six in Alberta, three in Nova Scotia, three in British Columbia, and one in Saskatchewan.

Private member's bill to overturn Ontario pit bull ban introduced in legislature

A member of Ontario Premier Doug Ford's Progressive Conservative caucus is hoping to reverse the province's ban on pit bulls.
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Private member's bill to overturn Ontario pit bull ban introduced in legislature

A member of Ontario Premier Doug Ford's Progressive Conservative caucus is hoping to reverse the province's ban on pit bulls.

Cruise ship leaves couple behind in Alaska after woman gets sick

A Toronto couple say they had to take four connecting flights back home after their cruise ship decided to leave an Alaskan port without them on board.
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Cruise ship leaves couple behind in Alaska after woman gets sick

A Toronto couple say they had to take four connecting flights back home after their cruise ship decided to leave an Alaskan port without them on board.

Family who bought mould-infested 'dream home' to receive $300K for rebuild

An Ontario family who was forced to move out of their new home when they discovered it was infested with toxic black mould will be able to afford a rebuild after the province’s home warranty program stepped in.
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Family who bought mould-infested 'dream home' to receive $300K for rebuild

An Ontario family who was forced to move out of their new home when they discovered it was infested with toxic black mould will be able to afford a rebuild after the province’s home warranty program stepped in.

Okanagan man sentenced to life in prison for killing Belgian tourist

A B.C. man who pleaded guilty earlier this year to the second-degree murder of a Belgian tourist has been sentenced to life in prison.
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Okanagan man sentenced to life in prison for killing Belgian tourist

A B.C. man who pleaded guilty earlier this year to the second-degree murder of a Belgian tourist has been sentenced to life in prison.

'That's when he started strangling me': Ottawa woman recounts horrifying attack in Cancun hotel room

Ottawa woman doesn't want people to be afraid of travelling, despite attack that almost killed her.
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'That's when he started strangling me': Ottawa woman recounts horrifying attack in Cancun hotel room

Ottawa woman doesn't want people to be afraid of travelling, despite attack that almost killed her.

Ontario man living under strict conditions for 'fear of terrorism offence'

An Ontario man who was detained for three months in Turkey is now living under more than a dozen court-ordered conditions, limiting his movement and interactions with others, because of «fear of [a] terrorism offence.»
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Ontario man living under strict conditions for 'fear of terrorism offence'

An Ontario man who was detained for three months in Turkey is now living under more than a dozen court-ordered conditions, limiting his movement and interactions with others, because of «fear of [a] terrorism offence.»

Trans Mountain received $320M in government subsidies in 2019, report finds

A new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis has found that the Trans Mountain pipeline received $320 million in subsidies from the Canadian and Alberta governments in the first half of 2019.
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Trans Mountain received $320M in government subsidies in 2019, report finds

A new report by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis has found that the Trans Mountain pipeline received $320 million in subsidies from the Canadian and Alberta governments in the first half of 2019.

Man who stabbed and killed Belgian tourist sentenced to life in prison

Sean McKenzie has been sentenced to life in prison for stabbing a 28-year-old Belgian tourist 42 times in August 2018.
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Man who stabbed and killed Belgian tourist sentenced to life in prison

Sean McKenzie has been sentenced to life in prison for stabbing a 28-year-old Belgian tourist 42 times in August 2018.

Internal probe hears former N.S. AFN chief may have used death threats to suppress sexual assault allegations

An investigation launched by the Assembly of First Nations gathered evidence suggesting a former regional chief from Nova Scotia used his influence along with death threats and other forms of intimidation to keep women from contacting police with allegations
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Internal probe hears former N.S. AFN chief may have used death threats to suppress sexual assault allegations

An investigation launched by the Assembly of First Nations gathered evidence suggesting a former regional chief from Nova Scotia used his influence along with death threats and other forms of intimidation to keep women from contacting police with allegations of sexual assault against him, CBC News has learned.

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