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 2020-06-01 22:19 

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MLS players boycott training in apparent labour impasse...

Toronto FC, Montreal Impact and Vancouver Whitecap players boycotted training Monday in an apparent labour impasse between the MLS and the Players Association. It appears players in "multiple markets" also stayed home amidst reports they faced a t...

 2020-06-01 22:17 

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[ Calgary ]

Family of 5, kayaker, man in fishing boat all rescued from Lake Newell...

Three sets of boaters, including a family stranded on an island for seven hours, had to be rescued on Lake Newell on Sunday as waves as high as 1.5 metres caused by strong winds made for "extremely dangerous" conditions, according to RCMP and the ...

 2020-06-01 22:14 

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[ North News ]

More types of mosquito discovered in Yukon — that's 33 and counting...

"They were known to science, but they weren't known to exist in the Yukon," said Dan Peach, a University of British Columbia researcher who's been identifying different species of mosquito in Yukon....

 2020-06-01 21:56 

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[ Hamilton ]

As Pride goes online, Hamilton quietly raises the rainbow and transgender pride flags...

Hamilton's mayor quietly raised the rainbow and transgender pride flags at city hall today to commemorate a Pride month more understated than usual because of the COVID-19 pandemic....

 2020-06-01 21:54 

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[ Ottawa ]

Police chief vows to 'fix our house' amid widespread unrest...

Ottawa's police chief is reaffirming his commitment to improve relations between the force and the city's racialized communities in the wake George Floyd's death in the United States, and the outrage it has sparked....

 2020-06-01 21:51 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Judge to decide if accused shooter will get one jury to try both fitness, criminality...

Raymond's lawyer Matthew Gorham wants to use only one jury for the upcoming fitness hearing and criminal trial, but the judge and crown say that's too risky considering the unstable nature of life during a pandemic....

 2020-06-01 21:50 

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[ Montreal ]

Montreal students with disabilities return to 'their second home' after nearly 3 months...

While most schools in the Montreal area remain closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, students with disabilities were allowed to return on Monday. Adult education and vocational programs were also allowed to reopen....

 2020-06-01 21:50 

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[ North News ]

N.W.T. MLA says dropped confidence motion was not a 'knee-jerk' reaction...

The head of the committee of MLAs that put forward a motion calling for the removal of an N.W.T. cabinet member last week won't say why the motion was dropped just two days later....

 2020-06-01 21:48 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Business leader calls for government to be honest about fiscal situation as House reopens June 9...

The provincial government is reopening the House of Assembly on June 9, and for the business community it couldn't come sooner....

 2020-06-01 21:48 

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[ Manitoba ]

5 teenagers briefly escaped from Agassiz Youth Centre near Portage la Prairie...

Police say six young people attempted to escape from the Agassiz Youth Centre in Portage la Prairie, Man. on Friday evening and five were successful, albeit briefly....

 2020-06-01 21:46 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Nova Scotia municipal offices implement safety measures to reopen amid COVID-19...

Several Nova Scotia municipalities that have been shut down since the province declared a state of emergency in March have either reopened their administrative buildings to the public or are planning to in the near future....

 2020-06-01 21:44 

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[ British Columbia ]

B.C. schoolchildren create adorable versions of famous artworks...

When elementary school teacher Sara Fox whipped together an online art project for her students earlier this month, she had no idea what the response would be....

 2020-06-01 21:42 

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Collision between GRT bus and vehicle shuts down Kitchener intersection...

Waterloo regional police are investigating a Monday afternoon collision between a bus and a car near Strasburg Road and Block Line in Kitchener....

 2020-06-01 21:37 

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Canada's new drug price rules pushed to next year...

Canada's drug pricing agency said on Monday that new regulations aimed at lowering costs would come into force in January of next year instead of next month, after receiving extensive feedback on its proposed rules....

 2020-06-01 21:35 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Grand Falls-Windsor teen's summer business is on wheels — literally...

Emily Hewlett, 16, and her mom, Julie Ferraro, opened a food truck during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite health restrictions, the dessert truck is selling out daily....

 2020-06-01 21:30 

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[ Toronto ]

Hospitals failed to flag 700 positive COVID-19 tests to Ontario's public health units...

Some 700 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Toronto area were not flagged to public health officials because of a mixup between two hospitals, CBC News has learned....

 2020-06-01 21:30 

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[ Thunder Bay ]

Thunder Bay police ask assault victim to come forward...

Thunder Bay police are asking the victim of an assault that was captured on video last week to come forward....

 2020-06-01 21:25 

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[ Manitoba ]

Students excited for in-person learning as schools partially reopen...

Hallways were quiet and hand sanitizer was plenty as some students headed back to class in Winnipeg on Monday....

 2020-06-01 21:24 

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[ Manitoba ]

Police watchdog investigates after man's elbow fractured during Winnipeg police arrest...

Manitoba's police watchdog is investigating after a man's elbow was fractured while he was being arrested by Winnipeg police officers last week....

 2020-06-01 21:19 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

What Nova Scotians can do to stand up to racism, injustice...

Information Morning host Portia Clark was joined by Finley Tolliver, El Jones and Jackie Barkley on Monday to talk about why the fight against police brutality must involve all people speaking out....

 2020-06-01 21:19 

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[ Hamilton ]

Inspection of Rosslyn Retirement Residence kitchen finds mould and mouse droppings...

The privately-owned home near Gage Park has been empty since May 15 after a COVID-19 outbreak that's infected 64 residents and 22 staff members. Ten people who lived at the home have died of the virus, according to public health....

 2020-06-01 21:18 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Ontario councillor who took New Brunswick road trip claims he stayed in private home...

A Peterborough, Ont., city councillor who entered New Brunswick despite COVID-19 border restrictions now says he stayed at the private home of an acquaintance in the province....

 2020-06-01 21:17 

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[ Toronto ]

Raptors' VanVleet says people 'fed up' with racism and discrimination...

Toronto Raptors guard Fed VanVleet was asked Monday what he thought of the protests happening across the United States following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Floyd was killed after a police officer held his knee on Floyd's neck for severa...

 2020-06-01 21:14 

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[ Hamilton ]

Man with 'violent tendencies' escaped from St. Joseph's Forensic Psychiatry unit: police...

The 5'8", 200-pound escapee with a heavy build, short black hair and slight facial hair was last seen near East 16th Street after escaping before 1:30 p.m....

 2020-06-01 21:06 

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New poll shows Kitchener-Waterloo residents unhappy with province's COVID-19 response...

Fifty-four per cent of Kitchener-Waterloo residents who participated in a recent poll believe the Ontario government did not plan well for its response to the COVID-19 pandemic....

 2020-06-01 21:03 

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[ British Columbia ]

Gym owner ready to meet challenge of reopening gym under pandemic protocols...

Mike Hamill says the changes he's made to Tsawwassen Springs Fitness should be enough for the business to stay afloat, while keeping gym members safe. It's one of many fitness centres that have adapted their operations in order to reopen....

 2020-06-01 20:59 

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[ Manitoba ]

Physically-distanced pride parade procession rolls through Ste. Agathe, Man....

On Sunday, a number of people drove through Ste. Agathe, Man., with rainbow flags flying to mark what would've normally been the end of Manitoba's biggest annual LGBTQ+ celebration. The Winnipeg Pride festival was scheduled to happen May 24 to 31,...

 2020-06-01 20:58 

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[ Ottawa ]

Ottawa to become 1st Canadian city to make masks 'mandatory' on transit...

Ottawa will become the first city in Canada to officially require passengers and staff on its public transit system to wear masks, but no one will be barred from boarding a bus or train if they're not....

 2020-06-01 20:52 

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Alberta planning to create provincial parole board...

Alberta will have its own parole board to hear applications from provincial inmates, should new legislation become law....

 2020-06-01 20:50 

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[ Windsor ]

Michigan set to reopen, stay-at-home order lifted...

Michigan's governor has lifted the state's nearly 10-week coronavirus stay-at-home order Monday, letting restaurants reopen to dine-in customers next week and immediately easing limits on outdoor gatherings while keeping social-distancing rules in...

 2020-06-01 20:49 

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[ North News ]

Man dies after snowmobile falls through ice near Gameti...

On Saturday morning around 11:30 a.m., Gameti RCMP received a call about a man that had gone through the ice on Rae Lake....

 2020-06-01 20:47 

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[ British Columbia ]

B.C. health officials provide daily COVID-19 update at 3 p.m....

B.C. Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix are set to deliver their update on the COVID-19 pandemic in B.C....

 2020-06-01 20:47 

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[ Montreal ]

As more Quebec artists get back to work, province announces $250M for cultural sector...

TV and movie productions set to continue next Monday — with social distancing measures in place....

 2020-06-01 20:44 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Nova Scotia's lands and forestry minister says he'll strengthen conservation work...

In the wake of a Nova Scotia Supreme Court order to better protect at-risk species, Nova Scotia's minister of lands and forestry says he respects the direction of the court, but didn't take an appeal off the table....

 2020-06-01 20:41 

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[ Toronto ]

Security footage retrieved from highrise where Toronto woman fell to her death: police watchdog...

Ontario's police watchdog says it has reviewed security camera footage and interviewed the officers who responded to the call from the Toronto highrise where 29-year-old Regis Korchinski Paquet apparently fell to her death -- after what her family say...

 2020-06-01 20:38 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

N.S. restaurants 'going to look a lot different' when they reopen amid COVID-19...

Some restaurant and bar owners in the Halifax area are warning their returning patrons to expect a much different experience when they reopen their doors this weekend....

 2020-06-01 20:35 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

COVID-19 in Sask: 1 new case Moday, new testing guidelines announced...

Starting on June 5, people being admitted to acute care for more than 24 hours, immunocompromised people and their health-care providers can get tested....

 2020-06-01 20:34 

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[ Hamilton ]

Mississauga man charged with murder in fatal weekend shooting...

Police had a suspectin handcuffs Sunday evening on the west Mountain and charged him for the first-degree murder of 44-year-old Darren Buskey of Hamilton....

 2020-06-01 20:30 

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[ Sudbury ]

A decade after Shannen Koostachin's death, fight for better Indigenous education continues...

It's been a decade since a car crash claimed the life Shannen Koostachin, the teen activist from Attawapiskat....

 2020-06-01 20:21 

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[ British Columbia ]

Teenager wearing a head scarf attacked in alleged hate crime...

The 17-year-old was riding the bus with her mother when she was threatened and then punched in the head several times by another woman....

 2020-06-01 20:20 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Hundreds of people march peacefully in Moncton at anti-racism rally...

More than 350 people marched peacefully through downtown Moncton shouting slogans like 'Black lives matter' and 'No justice, no peace.'...

 2020-06-01 20:19 

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[ Hamilton ]

Mississauga man charged with murder; arrested for Hamilton's 6th homicide: police...

Police had David Pryce, 27, in handcuffs Sunday evening on the west Mountain and charged him for the first-degree murder of 44-year-old Darren Buskey of Hamilton....

 2020-06-01 20:13 

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[ Hamilton ]

Holly Ellsworth-Clark's family back in Hamilton, offering rewards to find missing daughter...

Holly Ellsworth-Clark's parents have returned to Hamilton try and find their daughter who has been missing for 142 days. Since then, COVID-19 has hit the city, changing how they search for her....

 2020-06-01 20:11 

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[ Manitoba ]

RCMP looking for Thompson teen reported missing 10 days ago...

RCMP are asking the public for help to find a missing 15-year-old boy who was reported missing from his home in Thompson, Man., 10 days ago....

 2020-06-01 20:01 

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[ Thunder Bay ]

Thunder Bay man facing weapons charges after weekend altercation...

A 28-year-old Thunder Bay, Ont., man is facing weapons charges following an altercation on Sunday morning....

 2020-06-01 20:00 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

Construction investment up in March on P.E.I. despite pandemic...

P.E.I. ran against the general trend in Canada, and contrary to the expectations of the COVID-19 pandemic economy, to post strong numbers in the construction sector in March....

 2020-06-01 19:54 

CBC

Conservative Party sets leadership debates for June 17-18...

Debates between the candidates running to lead the Conservative Party of Canada will be held in Toronto later this month, the party announced today — the French debate on June 17 and the English debate on June 18....

 2020-06-01 19:53 

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[ British Columbia ]

RCMP investigating death of worker at CN railyard in Surrey...

Surrey RCMP, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, and the BC Coroners Service are investigating a workplace incident that led to the death of a CN railyard worker early Monday morning....

 2020-06-01 19:44 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Nova Scotia flag being auctioned off in memory of Capt. Jenn Casey...

A Nova Scotia flag that was flown over the province during the Snowbirds's Operation Inspiration is being auctioned off as a fundraiser in memory of Capt. Jenn Casey....

 2020-06-01 19:39 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Sask. RCMP respond to 62 calls related to COVID-19 last week...

Thirteen calls were for gatherings of more than 10 people, 3 complaints were about people failing to self-isolate when allegedly required to do so and the 46 other calls were listed as "COVID-19 related complaints."...

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