Alberta coal town Grande Cache struggles with mine closure
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Alberta coal town Grande Cache struggles with mine closure

The Grande Cache coal mine was closed down nearly two years ago, sparking an exodus…

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Radon testing to become mandatory at Yukon daycares
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Radon testing to become mandatory at Yukon daycares

Yukon will make radon testing and mitigation a mandatory licensing requirement for daycares and day…

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Bed bug infestation on British Airways flight a nightmare for passengers
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Bed bug infestation on British Airways flight a nightmare for passengers

A B.C. woman was on a British Airways flight to London when bed bugs crawled…

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Donald Trump’s comments on U.S. soldier killed in Niger spark controversy
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Donald Trump’s comments on U.S. soldier killed in Niger spark controversy

U.S. President Donald Trump reportedly told pregnant widow of Sgt. La David T. Johnson that…

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Canadian veterans and Great Big Sea singer team up to support former soldiers, fight PTSD with music
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Canadian veterans and Great Big Sea singer team up to support former soldiers, fight PTSD with music

Canadian veteran support organization Vets Canada and Sean McCann, former Great Big Sea singer, team…

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Gord Downie’s brothers give joint interview days after his death
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Gord Downie’s brothers give joint interview days after his death

Gord Downie’s two brothers, Mike and Patrick, speak with CBC’s Tom Power about their brother’s…

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Bill 62 anti-Muslim debate rages on amid escalating protests
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Bill 62 anti-Muslim debate rages on amid escalating protests

Debate over Quebec’s controversial Bill 62 has intensified with escalating protests and accusations of anti-Muslim…

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Opioid-dependent babies on the rise in Canada
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Opioid-dependent babies on the rise in Canada

The number of opioid-dependent babies is rising steadily in Canada — with Ontario leading the…

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Why TV cameras are a good thing in Canada’s House of Commons | Viewpoints
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Why TV cameras are a good thing in Canada’s House of Commons | Viewpoints

TV cameras in Canada’s House of Commons don’t cheapen our democracy, says Don Newman. They…

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Sears customers furious over extended warranties during bankruptcy  | ‘I’m bitter.’
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Sears customers furious over extended warranties during bankruptcy | ‘I’m bitter.’

Sears customers are furious their extended warranties won’t be honoured now that the company is…

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