The National for April 24, 2019 — Staged Attack, Rising Waters, Sri Lanka Mourns
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The National for April 24, 2019 — Staged Attack, Rising Waters, Sri Lanka Mourns

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How AI could change the future of our health care
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How AI could change the future of our health care

Often called the future of health care, artificial intelligence is already finding a place in…

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Winnipeg café owners charged with staging alleged hate crime
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Winnipeg café owners charged with staging alleged hate crime

An anti-Semitic attack — originally called “the most brazen” the city had seen — was…

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The challenge of restoring confidence in Boeing’s 737 Max 8 jets
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The challenge of restoring confidence in Boeing’s 737 Max 8 jets

Boeing may have a technical fix for its 737 Max 8 jets, but there’s another…

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Impeaching Trump: Is it worth it for his Democratic opponents?
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Impeaching Trump: Is it worth it for his Democratic opponents?

Almost a week after a redacted Mueller report was made public, it’s still setting the…

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Sri Lanka attacks: Investigators probe ISIS links as families mourn
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Sri Lanka attacks: Investigators probe ISIS links as families mourn

Sri Lanka investigators continue to probe possible ISIS links following the deadly Easter weekend bombings,…

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Hundreds forced from homes as St. John River rises in New Brunswick
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Hundreds forced from homes as St. John River rises in New Brunswick

The St. John River hit a new peak overnight in Fredericton: 8.3 metres, just shy…

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WATCH LIVE: The National for April 24, 2019
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WATCH LIVE: The National for April 24, 2019

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Is Canada becoming a conservative country?
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Is Canada becoming a conservative country?

After five straight provincial elections that resulted in victories for right-leaning parties, Canada could be…

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PCs win most seats in history-making P.E.I. election, followed by Greens | Power & Politics
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PCs win most seats in history-making P.E.I. election, followed by Greens | Power & Politics

P.E.I.’s PC party won the most seats in the province’s election, but for the first…

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