Mulan star supports Hong Kong police, sparks boycott
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Mulan star supports Hong Kong police, sparks boycott

The star of Disney’s upcoming Mulan, Chinese-American actor Liu Yifei, has become the latest entertainer…

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Drug dealers using new drivers to move product, police say
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Drug dealers using new drivers to move product, police say

Drug dealers are using new drivers to move their product, according to police in Abbotsford,…

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Owls displaced by wildfire find new home in Kamloops, B.C.
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Owls displaced by wildfire find new home in Kamloops, B.C.

In British Columbia, 28 owls were moved from a rescue centre in Oliver to B.C.…

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Accused Toronto van attacker confessed to police, judge reveals
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Accused Toronto van attacker confessed to police, judge reveals

Immediately following last year’s deadly van attack on Toronto’s Yonge Street, the accused Alek Minassian…

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The National for August 16, 2019 — RCMP contacted Jody Wilson-Raybould, Canadian Attacked in NZ
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The National for August 16, 2019 — RCMP contacted Jody Wilson-Raybould, Canadian Attacked in NZ

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News »»» Subscribe to The…

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Canadian woman escapes shooting that killed her fiancé in New Zealand
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Canadian woman escapes shooting that killed her fiancé in New Zealand

Police in New Zealand say a Canadian woman is “shocked and distressed” after she escaped…

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Warming waters bringing tropical fish north to Nova Scotia
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Warming waters bringing tropical fish north to Nova Scotia

Pulses of warm water are thought to be what’s bringing tropical species like the butterfly…

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Women in country music get less airplay, says prof.
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Women in country music get less airplay, says prof.

A University of Ottawa professor studied how much airplay women in country music get on…

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Ottawa unveils $1.75B for dairy farmers harmed by international trade deals
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Ottawa unveils $1.75B for dairy farmers harmed by international trade deals

The Liberal government is delivering $1.75 billion in compensation for dairy producers negatively impacted by…

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SNC-Lavalin opens questions around Supreme Court justices’ post-retirement options
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SNC-Lavalin opens questions around Supreme Court justices’ post-retirement options

Four former Supreme Court justices were, in one way or another, caught up in the…

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