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 2019-09-16 12:05 

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[ Hamilton ]

2 stunt drivers caught speeding over the weekend: Hamilton police...

Hamilton police have charged two people with stunt driving in separate incidents over the weekend. Both were driving at least 50 km/hr faster than the posted limits....

 2019-09-16 12:00 

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[ British Columbia ]

The City of Vancouver knows its street names aren't representative. Here's what they're doing about it...

"Our histories are intermingled, and when we can sit back and reflect on that, and realize that everybody's histories can be supported ... I think we're in a really good place," says co-chair of Vancouver's Civic Asset Naming Committee...

 2019-09-16 12:00 

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[ Thunder Bay ]

Wake up with the Wolves: the Road Game Edition...

The Lakehead University Thunderwolves season opener may have been delayed, but Thunder Bay hockey fans can still get a look at the team in action this week....

 2019-09-16 12:00 

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[ Edmonton ]

Liberals see chance in Edmonton Strathcona after NDP MP's retirement...

Linda Duncan's decision not to run again for the NDP in Edmonton Strathcona has raised Liberal hopes of snapping up the seat on Oct. 21....

 2019-09-16 12:00 

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[ North News ]

Jackson Lafferty, R.J. Simpson considering bids for N.W.T. premier...

Lafferty told CBC he would 'seriously consider' a bid for the premiership, becoming the second acclaimed candidate to announce his intentions....

 2019-09-16 11:44 

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[ New Brunswick ]

'Historic weekend' sets new attendance record for Fredericton's Harvest Festival...

Organizers at Fredericton's Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival are celebrating a record attendance figure this year....

 2019-09-16 11:41 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Volunteers helping make couple's berry farm dream come true...

Erika and Evgenii Velikoivanenk put a call to community members on Facebook, and soon had more than 15 volunteers from all over the province....

 2019-09-16 11:31 

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[ Montreal ]

Liberals to re-record French version of campaign theme song after criticism...

Are the Liberals removing one hand for tomorrow? That's what the new French-language version of federal party's theme song implies implies. The Liberals said Monday it will be re-recorded....

 2019-09-16 11:26 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

UPEI approves fall break for students...

Next year students at UPEI will have some extra time off during the fall semester....

 2019-09-16 11:14 

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[ Sudbury ]

Should ski hills be seen as a private business or public service?...

With ski season not too far off, several hills in the northeast are trying to steady their finances. And they're turning to their city councils to help them stay afloat....

 2019-09-16 11:00 

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[ Saskatoon ]

Lost in translation: Family of Saskatoon homicide victim Mark Enwaya in court without interpreter...

The Assyrian-speaking family of Saskatoon homicide victim Mark Enwaya have been trying to make sense of what's happening in provincial court since mid-June without an interpreter. It's not gone well....

 2019-09-16 11:00 

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[ Saskatoon ]

'It's been a roller-coaster': Sask. nurse prepares for appeal after $26K penalty over Facebook post...

Nurse Carolyn Strom will be appealing a $26,000 penalty from the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association after she made a Facebook post criticizing her grandfather's care in a health centre....

 2019-09-16 11:00 

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[ British Columbia ]

Here's where the leading candidates at the centre of the overdose crisis stand on safe supply...

Angel Gates has lived in the Downtown Eastside for more than 31 years. Altogether, she has lost 75 people to the opioid crisis, including her best friend and the father of her eldest child....

 2019-09-16 11:00 

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[ Thunder Bay ]

Thunder Bay young people say they plan to vote...

CBC spoke to students at Lakehead University and Confederation College on Friday, and all but one said they intended to cast a ballot on October 21st....

 2019-09-16 11:00 

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[ North News ]

Widening the social safety net: N.W.T. candidates pitch 2 big ideas...

A handful of candidates are touting two big ideas that would greatly expand the territory's social safety net: a guaranteed basic income and universal childcare. CBC News looked into how they might work in the N.W.T....

 2019-09-16 10:46 

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[ Toronto ]

1 dead, another injured after multiple shootings in Brampton...

One person is dead and another seriously injured after what Peel police are describing as "multiple shootings" on Highway 410 in Brampton....

 2019-09-16 10:30 

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[ Thunder Bay ]

Reconciliation the focus of panel discussion at Thunder Bay's Brodie library...

The leader of one of Canada's largest Indigenous-led charities hopes his visit to Thunder Bay, Ont., will allow him to amplify the voices of those passionate about reconciliation....

 2019-09-16 10:30 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

RCMP officer remembered with walk to support mental health...

Friends, family and supporters of an RCMP officer who took his own life two years ago gathered this weekend to raise money to support mental health in his memory....

 2019-09-16 10:26 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

P.E.I. electricity fully restored following Dorian...

Eight days after post-tropical storm Dorian swept over P.E.I., Maritime Electric restored power to all of its customers....

 2019-09-16 10:00 

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[ North News ]

Class action alleging discrimination by RCMP in North growing, says lawyer...

There is steady interest in joining a $600 million class action lawsuit claiming RCMP discrimination against Indigenous people in the North, according to one of the lawyers who initiated the lawsuit....

 2019-09-16 10:00 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Cynicism is gnawing at Saskatchewan's democratic traditions: What can you do about it?...

The challenge of cynicism can't be addressed unless we consider how each of us can contribute — today and moving forward — to a community that is larger than us as individuals....

 2019-09-16 10:00 

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[ Manitoba ]

Tortured in Chechnya for being gay, this man found refuge and safety in Canada...

A man who was tortured in Chechnya for being gay is sharing his story to inspire others from his community whose lives are still in danger....

 2019-09-16 10:00 

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Thompson woman 'mad and overwhelmed' after being told she'll have to go to Winnipeg to deliver baby...

A Manitoba mother is scrambling to figure out a solution after learning she'll have to travel nearly 700 kilometres to deliver her baby in November....

 2019-09-16 10:00 

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[ Sudbury ]

Health concerns about vaping in Sudbury after reported illness and death in United States...

Greg Steele is the owner of the True North Vape Shop in Sudbury. He says several of his customers have talked to him about their health concerns after seeing what's happening in the United States....

 2019-09-16 10:00 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

After delay, CBC building renovations expected to begin in October...

Construction is expected to begin in October on a $2-million renovation to the CBC P.E.I. building in Charlottetown....

 2019-09-16 09:52 

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[ Ottawa ]

Let's just rename Ottawa the 'Sunshine City'...

Do you like the thought of cloudless skies as far as the eyes can see? Then this, my friend, is the weather forecast for you....

 2019-09-16 09:38 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Spate of black bear sightings in Corner Brook area...

People in Corner Brook are advised to keep an eye out for black bears, after several sightings in the last couple weeks....

 2019-09-16 09:30 

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[ New Brunswick ]

What happened to Fredericton's plan for Odell and Killarney parks?...

Many Fredericton residents, including Graham Forbes, are wondering what happened to the plan to manage Odell and Killarney parks. His concerns come years after city council promised to put a plan in place....

 2019-09-16 09:01 

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Trudeau, May both expected in Waterloo region Monday...

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau will be in Waterloo Monday morning, and Green Party Leader Elizabeth May will be in Kitchener in the afternoon before a rally in Guelph in the evening....

 2019-09-16 09:00 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Early child-care workers in Cape Breton ponder job action...

They want to draw attention to what they say is a labour crisis, created by the introduction of pre-primary in Nova Scotia schools....

 2019-09-16 09:00 

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[ Montreal ]

Refugee Boulevard: New audio tour shows listeners how Holocaust survivors made Montreal home...

The tour captures the initial experiences of child survivors who settled in the St. Urbain Ghetto, which is today's Plateau and Mile End....

 2019-09-16 09:00 

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[ North News ]

'The back of my brain is sliding into my spine:' Kugluktuk woman desperate for help...

Andrea Egotik has a structural abnormality that causes headaches and tremors. Egotik says she has been unable to get a referral to see a neurosurgeon or neurologist in the South....

 2019-09-16 09:00 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Inside the illegal immigration scheme targeting Atlantic Canada...

Experts say so-called "ghost" agencies are taking advantage of weaknesses in the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program. Some newcomers are paying big money for fake job offers, known as the "golden ticket," that will secure them permanent res...

 2019-09-16 09:00 

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[ Windsor ]

Windsor barber has been offering free classes to young students for 2 decades...

A local barber has been teaching his craft for more than 20 years in Windsor, Ont. — free of cost....

 2019-09-16 09:00 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Cops and quilts: Unlikely partnership forms in Kings County...

When you think about tools in the RCMP's arsenal, blankets aren't exactly the first thing that comes to mind. But a new partnership is proving some quilts have a place in policing....

 2019-09-16 09:00 

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[ North News ]

Bids on new Hay River fish plant much higher than government expected...

Clark Builders offered to build the plant for $14.5M. Arctic Canada said it could do the job for $14.1M. In January, the territorial and federal gov'ts announced $8.9M for the project....

 2019-09-16 09:00 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

New literacy program provides training, paid work in aquaculture industry...

A new literacy program on P.E.I. provides essential skills for the workplace plus four weeks of paid work in the aquaculture industry. The pilot project started in August at Atlantic Aqua Farms in Georgetown, P.E.I....

 2019-09-16 08:30 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Government, pharmaceutical companies deny 'intense lobbying' over Bill 39...

Amid the many far-fetched and discredited claims made by anti-vaccination activists at recent legislative hearings, one assertion stands out as indisputably true....

 2019-09-16 08:30 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Management salaries slashed by average of $20K as MUN continues belt-tightening...

The salaries of senior management positions at Memorial University have been cut by an average of $20,000, but those currently occupying the jobs will not be affected....

 2019-09-16 08:00 

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Italy changes course on immigration with new minister Luciana Lamorgese...

Italy's newly formed ruling coalition of the populist Five Star movement and left-leaning Democratic Party has decided to once again allow humanitarian rescue ships to dock here after more than a year of blocking ships under Matteo Salvini, the former...

 2019-09-16 08:00 

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Name calling and market pressure may curb U.S. Fed's independence: Don Pittis...

As inflation kicks in again, and with world oil prices up sharply following weekend attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities, it may actually be boneheaded to cut rates if evidence shows the economy remains strong....

 2019-09-16 08:00 

CBC

Filling 'prescriptions' for fruit and veggies blowing food bank's budget...

An Ottawa food bank that accepts "prescriptions" for fresh produce is struggling to keep up as more and more people come from across the city looking for fruit and vegetables....

 2019-09-16 08:00 

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Why isn't CBC News calling Justin Trudeau prime minister? Your Week 1 election questions...

Answers to some of your most common — and most interesting — questions during Week 1 of the federal election campaign....

 2019-09-16 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

Disabled LRT riders share pros, cons of new Confederation Line...

When it comes to accessibility, the early reviews for Ottawa's new LRT system are mixed....

 2019-09-16 08:00 

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Parents condemn B.C. psychologist's choice to retire rather than face hearing for role in custody cases...

Dr. Allan Posthuma was an expert witnesses in child custody cases for decades. But his work has recently been the subject of five investigations by B.C.'s College of Psychologists that alleged some major flaws. Yet parents who were affected seem to ha...

 2019-09-16 08:00 

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[ Toronto ]

Homeowner wants to cut down this walnut tree due to allergies. Not so fast, experts say...

A city council committee is being asked to allow a North York man to chop down a backyard black walnut tree on the grounds that his family members are allergic to the nuts. But there's concern that could lead to an avalanche of similar claims, and the...

 2019-09-16 08:00 

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[ Sudbury ]

Following in his father's footsteps, Nickel Belt Liberal candidate Marc Serr hoping to be returned to office...

In 1972, Nickel Belt Liberal candidate Gaetan Serr lost his re-election bid by just 1,932 votes. 47 years later, his son is hoping history doesn't repeat itself....

 2019-09-16 08:00 

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[ Montreal ]

Abitibi-Tmiscamingue residents gather to protest Gazoduq pipeline project...

Citizens of Rouyn-Noranda and nearby towns in the Abitibi-Tmiscamingue region want to send a message to the people behind a proposed pipeline that would cross through their territory....

 2019-09-16 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

The long journey to Ottawa's new light rail line, in photos...

The Confederation Line is open. Track the process from 2013 to now....

 2019-09-16 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

A day in the life of an LRT operator...

While many people in Ottawa hopped on and off the Confederation Line Saturday, Ken Woods has been training to control and operate the system's trains since 2017....

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