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Oct 22, 2019

Rare childbirth complication kills well-known Sask. curler
Aly Jenkins, a well-known Saskatchewan curler, died Sunday from complications that arose during the birth of her third child, Sydney. She was 30.



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Oct 22, 2019

The Rise of Skywalker trailer and the battle for the soul of Star Wars
The new trailer for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker suggest the franchise is still caught in the tractor beam of nostalgia as director J.J. Abrams attempts to move the sci-fi series forward.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Canada slips 4 places on world index measuring women's equality
Canada slipped four spots this year on a global index that ranks countries based on women's equality and well-being.



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Oct 22, 2019

Andrew Scheer's narrow vision of conservatism was his party's failing: Robyn Urback
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer's message was that he would make Canadians' lives more affordable, which was the Liberals' promise, too. But the Liberals' affordability measures came without the threat — real or perceived — of a backward slide on social issues and environmental measures.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Aestheticians don't have to wax male genitalia against their will, B.C. tribunal rules
The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has ruled against a transgender woman who brought 15 discrimination complaints after she was refused wax services at more than a dozen beauty salons.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Estheticians don't have to wax male genitalia against their will, B.C. tribunal rules
The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal has ruled against a transgender woman who brought 15 discrimination complaints after she was refused wax services at more than a dozen beauty salons.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

More than 100 elephants die from anthrax in Botswana, government says
More than 100 elephants have died in Botswana in the past two months partly because of a suspected anthrax outbreak.



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Oct 22, 2019

Lori Loughlin faces new charges in college admissions scandal
Actress Lori Loughlin, alongside her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli and nine other defendants, were served with new charges on Tuesday in the ongoing college admissions scandal



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Trudeau's to-do list: calm rising regional tensions, heal rifts with premiers
Fresh from an electoral victory with a weakened grip on power, Justin Trudeau is now facing a backlash from portions of a divided electorate and a long list of demands from federal and provincial leaders.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Andrew Scheer says he's staying on as leader, will fight Trudeau in the next election
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said today he has no plans to resign, and vowed instead to stay at the helm of his party and take another swing at defeating Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in the next election.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Jimmy Carter has 3rd fall in recent months, fractures pelvis
Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter has fallen for a third time in recent months, this time fracturing his pelvis.



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Oct 22, 2019

Relatives of Canadians killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash arrive home with remains after 7-month wait
Members of several Canadian families who lost loved ones in the Ethiopian Airlines crash last March landed at Toronto's Pearson International Airport Tuesday morning along with seven caskets carrying the remains of their relatives.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Greta Thunberg to attend Vancouver climate strike, organizers say
Climate activist Greta Thunberg will be in Vancouver for a post-election climate strike in the city's downtown core on Friday, according to rally organizers.



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Oct 22, 2019

Husky Energy announces layoffs
Months after revealing plans to cut its capital spending, Calgary-based Husky Energy announced Tuesday that it is also reducing its workforce, but did not say by how much.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Here's who would have won the election if grade-school students were making the decision
Ever wonder what would happen if kids were allowed to choose who runs the country? More than 1 million elementary and secondary students cast ballots in a mock election, the results are in, and some of the numbers may surprise you.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Alleged RCMP spy Cameron Ortis released on bail
Cameron Ortis, the senior RCMP director accused of preparing to leak sensitive information, will be released on bail.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Alleged RCMP spy Cameron Ortis will be released on bail
Cameron Ortis, the senior RCMP director accused of preparing to leak sensitive information, will be released on bail.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

This world record-setting little bird's mating song is louder than a jackhammer
The white bellbird, a fruit-eating, treetop bird in the northern mountains of the Amazon rainforest, has been measured singing louder than a jackhammer, breaking the record for the loudest bird song in the world.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Canadian election drew nearly 66% of registered voters
Turnout for Canada's 2019 general election was 65.95 per cent of eligible voters, not as high as in 2015 when Justin Trudeau first swept to power, but a strong turnout compared to some past elections.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Human error, missing documents delayed Kitchener-Conestoga vote count
Elections Canada says human error was to blame for a delay in reporting results in a close race in the Kitchener-Conestoga riding in Ontario after the polls closed in Monday's federal election.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

You won't believe why there's no election result in this riding
Elections Canada says it appears a deputy returning officer, and possibly more than one, took home paperwork about the vote count of four polls in Kitchener-Conestoga that were supposed to be turned in to the returning officer. That is what has led to the delay in results.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

U.S. lawmakers hearing from ambassador who penned 'crazy' text on Ukraine policy
Members of Congress will hear directly Tuesday from Bill Taylor, the former U.S. army officer who was tapped to be ambassador to Ukraine after the now-controversial dismissal of his predecessor, Marie Yovanovitch.



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Oct 22, 2019

U.S. lawmakers to hear from ambassador who penned 'crazy' text on Ukraine policy
Members of Congress will hear directly Tuesday from Bill Taylor, the former U.S. army officer who was tapped to be ambassador to Ukraine after the now-controversial dismissal of his predecessor, Marie Yovanovitch.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Ex-ambassador gives 'disturbing' testimony on Trump's Ukraine dealings, lawmakers say
William Taylor, the ex-ambassador who has sharply questioned Donald Trump's policy on Ukraine, provided lawmakers with a detailed and "disturbing" account of his recollection of events at the centre of the Democrats' impeachment probe on Tuesday, as the president used rhetoric to decry the probe that uncomfortably evoked racial tensions from America's past.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Chile's military says 'nothing to hide' amid allegations of rights violations during deadly riots
Chile's military said it would investigate allegations of human rights violations during days of riots, looting and protests that have left 15 dead and led to the arrest of more than 2,600.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

More violent clashes in Chile leave 12 dead amid anti-government protests
Protesters defied an emergency decree and confronted police in Chile's capital Monday, continuing violent clashes, arson and looting that have left at least 12 dead and led the president to say the country is "at war."



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Pressure on Chile mounts amid allegations of rights violations during deadly riots
Chile's military said it would investigate allegations of human rights violations during days of riots, looting and protests that have left 15 dead and led to the arrest of more than 2,600.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Climate change has turned permafrost into a carbon emitter
Research has found Arctic soil has warmed to the point where it releases more carbon in winter than northern plants can absorb during the summer.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Abortion, same-sex marriage to be decriminalized in Northern Ireland
Campaigners who fought for decades to end Northern Ireland's same-sex marriage ban and restrictions on abortion gathered in Belfast on Monday to prepared for a momentous change to the laws on both at the stroke of midnight.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

'It was really unfair,' Toronto teen says after her Hong Kong-themed shoe removed from contest
Naomi So of Toronto says she's disappointed in apparel company Vans after the Hong Kong protest-themed shoe design she entered in a contest she was on track to win was pulled.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Get ready for an unruly House of Commons divided along regional fault lines
Any politician will tell you that winning is far preferable to the alternative. But winning the way Justin Trudeau's Liberals have - with a minority mandate and a deeply divided country - may end up feeling a little like losing.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Strategic voting, Doug Ford and why the Conservatives 'couldn't break through' in Ontario
The defeat of Conservative politician Lisa Raitt in her Milton, Ont., riding was a significant personal political loss for the veteran politician, but also a symbol of the disappointing finish for her party in Ontario.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Strategic voting, Doug Ford, and why the Conservatives 'couldn't break through' in Ontario
The defeat of Conservative politician Lisa Raitt in her Milton, Ont., riding was a significant personal political loss for the veteran politician, but also a symbol of the disappointing finish for her party in Ontario.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Big gains for the Bloc Québécois, but what did it sacrifice in the process?
Bloc Québécois Leader Yves-François Blanchet had a fairly easy run of it during the campaign. Now with a caucus of 32 MPs and the expectations of 1.4 million voters, things are about to get significantly more difficult for the untested leader.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

'A sad day': Frustrated oilpatch braces for more Trudeau (and more job losses)
After the oilpatch celebrated the victory of the UCP government in Alberta in the spring, many in the sector were hoping for a double dose of good fortune in 2019 with a Conservative victory on the federal stage.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Raptors, fans set for historic night of celebration as new season begins
The defending NBA champion Toronto Raptors will raise a title banner to the rafters tonight. It's historic. It still seems a little surreal. It's been a long, sometimes dark journey getting to this point.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

The Liberals' fragile victory will test Trudeau's political skills to the limit
Given how close he came to ending his political career, Justin Trudeau must know he's a very lucky politician. From here on out, however, things are only going to get more challenging for the Liberal leader.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Greens' historic Eastern win undermined by Western disappointments
The federal Greens established a historic foothold in Atlantic Canada on Monday night, but the party's attempt at a countrywide breakthrough bolstered by concerns about climate change didn't materialize.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Singh fails to capitalize on late-campaign momentum as NDP loses seats
Based on the numbers alone, Jagmeet Singh came out of the federal election bruised.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 22, 2019

Andrew Scheer falls short — but vows Conservatives will be ready next time
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer ran this federal campaign as a referendum on the performance of Justin Trudeau and the Liberals over the last four years and the results are in: a plurality of Canadians are ready to give Trudeau another mandate.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Bolivia's election sparks protest as rivals clash over results
Bolivia's electoral board released new data late on Monday that showed President Evo Morales had enough votes to win the hotly contested election, sparking allegations of fraud from the opposition and angry clashes in the streets.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Yves-François Blanchet heads to Parliament as leader of resurgent Bloc Québécois
Named leader of his party less than a year ago, when the Bloc Québécois was on the verge of extinction, Yves-François Blanchet won his riding of Beloeil-Chambly handily and his party is leading the popular vote in Quebec.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Election 2019: Harris, Goodale, Bernier and Raitt headline list of notable winners and losers
Here's a look at some of the notable politicians elected or re-elected tonight, and some significant players who have gone down to defeat.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Harris, Goodale, Bernier and Raitt headline list of notable election winners and losers
Here's a look at some of the notable politicians elected or re-elected tonight, and some significant players who have gone down to defeat.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Jody Wilson-Raybould going back to Ottawa as Independent MP in minority Parliament
The former Liberal cabinet minister at the heart of the SNC-Lavalin affair grinds out a win in a close three-way race.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Mexico stations troops in Culiacan in wake of deadly cartel battle
Mexico jumped into action on Monday in the wake of a cartel assault that freed Joaquin (El Chapo) Guzman's son in a northern city, sending in special forces to patrol the town and asking U.S. officials to stop gun-smuggling across the shared border.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Liberals take losses but win enough in Quebec and Ontario to form minority government
After a tight campaign that saw the two leading parties struggle to break out of the pack, the Liberals under Justin Trudeau have held on to just enough seats in Atlantic Canada, Quebec and Ontario to secure a minority government.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Robocalls tell voters to head to the polls a day late
Elections Canada says it has received reports of misleading robocalls made to voters suggesting voting actually takes place on Tuesday — the day after election day.



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Oct 21, 2019

Israel's Netanyahu fails to form new coalition government, gives up mandate
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave up his effort to form a new government on Monday after failing to secure a majority coalition, creating an opportunity for centrist rival Benny Gantz to replace Israel's longest-serving prime minister.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Bianca Andreescu makes Canadian tennis history with No. 4 world ranking
Bianca Andreescu has become the highest-ranked Canadian tennis player in WTA Tour history, moving to fourth spot after sharing the previous best ranking of fifth with Eugenie Bouchard.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Issue of credit card customers getting mislabelled charges resolved, Scotiabank says
Some Scotiabank customers are experiencing problems with their credit cards where charges appear to be mislabelled. 



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Special voting stations open for evacuees, others affected by Manitoba storm
Polls have opened on a drizzly election day in Winnipeg, where last-minute arrangements were made over the past week to ensure everyone who's eligible will have a chance to cast a ballot.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

'I will not be bullied into playing a game that killed my mum:' Prince Harry vs. tabloids
Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, reveal their struggles with the media in an ITV documentary that followed them on a recent tour of Southern Africa. The royal couple said they have struggled with the spotlight, particularly because, they say, much of what is printed is untrue.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Renewable power will grow 50% in next 5 years, IEA says
Global renewable energy capacity is set to rise by 50 per cent in five years, driven by solar photovoltaic (PV) installations on homes, buildings and industry, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

U.S. troops in Syria heading to Iraq, not home as Trump claims
U.S. President Donald Trump insists he's bringing home Americans from "endless wars" in the Mideast, but his Pentagon chief says all U.S. troops leaving Syria will go to western Iraq, and the American military will continue operations against ISIS.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Drug companies in opioid epidemic settle with Ohio counties, avoiding 1st federal trial
Four drug companies reached a last-minute legal settlement over their role in the opioid addiction epidemic in the U.S., the Wall Street Journal reported Monday.



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Oct 21, 2019

Drug companies reach settlement as opioid trial in Cleveland set to begin
Four drug companies reached a last-minute legal settlement over their role in the opioid addiction epidemic in the U.S., the Wall Street Journal reported Monday.



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Oct 21, 2019

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appears in London court over U.S. extradition case
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appeared in a London court on Monday for a hearing on whether he should be extradited to the United States to face spying charges.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange loses bid to delay extradition hearings
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange appears in a U.K. court to fight extradition to the United States on espionage charges, and loses a bid to delay proceedings so that his legal team would have more time to prepare his case.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

'We have more work to do' on helping Mounties with PTSD: RCMP commissioner
After a high-profile Mountie sounded the alarm about PTSD among RCMP members, Commissioner Brenda Lucki responded that the force is working on providing more programs and services to reduce wait times for officers struggling with mental health issues.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

British PM pushes for Brexit deal vote after being forced to seek delay
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will again try to put his Brexit deal to a vote in Parliament on Monday after he was forced by his opponents to send a letter seeking a delay from the European Union.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

U.K. PM pushes for Brexit deal vote after being forced to seek delay
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will again try to put his Brexit deal to a vote in the U.K. Parliament on Monday after he was forced by his opponents to send a letter seeking a delay from the European Union.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

U.K. Speaker Bercow deals blow to PM Johnson's Brexit plan, disallows 2nd vote
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a potentially perilous ratification of his Brexit divorce deal in Parliament after the Speaker refused to allow a vote on it Monday.



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Oct 21, 2019

U.K. Speaker Bercow deals blow to PM Johnson's Brexit plan, disallows second vote
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a potentially perilous ratification of his Brexit divorce deal in Parliament after the Speaker refused to allow a vote on it Monday.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

7 reasons Canada could escape economic doom: Don Pittis
A weakening China and failing U.S. consumers spell trouble, but there are reasons why Canada may not feel the worst of the global crunch.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

What lies beneath: 3 things to watch for in the election results
The federal election outcome seems uncertain, but the forces that will shape the results are clear enough.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

It's election day in Canada: Here's what you need to know
After a 40-day campaign, millions of Canadians will cast ballots today in the country's 43rd general election.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

Lack of ambulances leave Ottawa at 'level zero' in life-and-death situations
More and more frequently, Ottawa is without a single ambulance to respond to medical emergencies. It's called level zero, and paramedics, doctors and their patients are sounding the alarm.



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Oct 21, 2019

Lack of ambulances leaves Ottawa at 'level zero' in life-and-death situations
More and more frequently, Ottawa is without a single ambulance to respond to medical emergencies. It's called level zero, and paramedics, doctors and their patients are sounding the alarm.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 21, 2019

I've cast my ballot. Now what happens?
How all the votes get counted on election night.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 20, 2019

Canadian figure skater Keegan Messing performs heartfelt gala tribute to late brother
It's been an emotional weekend for Canada's Keegan Messing. On Sunday, the 27-year-old figure skater paid tribute to his recently deceased brother with a heartfelt gala performance at Skate America.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 20, 2019

The National
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Oct 20, 2019

Banks deny compensation when hackers steal customers' money
A Vancouver-area man is speaking out after hackers broke into his bank account, stole $5,000 and Scotiabank refused to reimburse him. As organized cybercrimals increasingly target Canada's banks, a public policy researcher says they need to bear the cost when their systems are compromised.



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Oct 20, 2019

Moncton airport evacuated as RCMP conduct investigation
Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport was evacuated Sunday evening as RCMP investigated an unspecified incident.



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Oct 20, 2019

Moncton airport resumes normal operations after fake bomb threat
Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport resumed normal operations on Sunday following a fake bomb threat that triggered an evacuation and RCMP investigation.



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Oct 20, 2019

On final day of campaign, party leaders square off in Metro Vancouver
The contenders in Monday's federal election are out today staging one final, frantic barrage of sales pitches before voters go to the polls, and they're doing it in and around Vancouver, where a host of seats are still up for grabs.



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Oct 20, 2019

Scheer, Trudeau warn voting Bloc will lead to another Quebec independence referendum
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer adopted a sharp tone Sunday in his final news conference of the election campaign, warning that returning more Bloc Québécois MPs will result in another referendum on independence in Quebec.



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Oct 20, 2019

Green Leader Elizabeth May promises electoral reform, lowering voting age to 16
Green Leader Elizabeth May said in a release Sunday that if her party is elected Monday, it will make sure this is the last federal government in Canada chosen by the first-past-the-post system.



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Oct 20, 2019

NDP asks Elections Canada to provide special ballots for evacuees in Manitoba
The federal NDP is asking Elections Canada to make special accommodations to help ensure hundreds of evacuees from First Nation communities can vote tomorrow, following a crippling snowstorm that has thrown Manitoba into a state of emergency. 



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Oct 20, 2019

The Weekly with Wendy Mesley LIVE
The Weekly with Wendy Mesley for Sunday, October 20, 2019.



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Oct 20, 2019

Turkey 'outsourcing war crimes' to armed groups, Amnesty says after Kurdish politician's murder
Kurdish politician Hevrin Khalaf was killed, and her body mutilated, in the early days of Turkey's military incursion in northern Syria. A human rights group says her death is an example of war crimes carried out by Turkish-backed Syrian armed groups.



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Oct 20, 2019

Legal weed turns 1 and seafood test uncovers fishy fish: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.



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Oct 20, 2019

Could the Royal Family shrink?
Over the years, there have been signs of a gradual streamlining of the House of Windsor, but there has been little recently to rival the straight-up announcement coming out of another royal household the other day.



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Oct 20, 2019

Why some experts say a law created to prevent duelling is a threat to free speech
Canada's defamatory libel laws are often seen as an obscure legal relic. But one researcher says prosecutions using the charge have climbed steadily in recent years — and she says that's a problem when the law presents an intrusion on freedom of expression and leaves the door open for abuse.



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Oct 20, 2019

Where the party leaders are on Day 40 of the federal election campaign
Here's what you need to know about where the leaders of Canada's political parties are on Day 40 - the final day of the election campaign.



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Oct 20, 2019

Trudeau, Scheer attend B.C. rallies on final day of campaigning
Here's what you need to know about where the leaders of Canada's political parties are on Day 40 - the final day of the election campaign.



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Oct 20, 2019

Trudeau, Singh and May spend final campaign crunch in B.C.
Here's what you need to know about where the leaders of Canada's political parties are on Day 40 - the final day of the election campaign.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 20, 2019

Changing the tune on tortured artists and musicians' mental health
The tortured songwriter. What's bad for your heart is good for your art. Depression, anxiety and addiction have long been considered part of the unpredictable lives of working musicians, especially those on the road. But a younger generation is trying to change that tune.



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Oct 20, 2019

Election ends the way it began — as the closest in recent memory
While nationwide support for the Liberals and Conservatives have slumped as the Bloc and NDP rise, they remain where they started: neck-and-neck.



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Oct 20, 2019

Election ends the way it began as the closest in recent memory
While nationwide support for the Liberals and Conservatives have slumped as the Bloc and NDP rise, they remain where they started: neck-and-neck.



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Oct 20, 2019

From student debt to Indigenous reconciliation, here's what is driving young first-time voters to the polls
The youth vote was largely credited with deciding the 2015 federal election. Will that happen again? Here's what a diverse group of first-time young voters thinks about the current federal election and how politicians are addressing the issues that matter to them.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 20, 2019

A bond forged by fire: Horse and owner recover after 'hell came to town'
As a horse and owner recover from a hellish escape from a California wildfire, and infernos of this kind worsen, the question remains: Should Canada and the U.S. require sprinklers in barns?



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Oct 20, 2019

Air Canada plans gender-neutral greeting, Porter, United create gender X category
There's a growing recognition — including in the airline industry — that some people don't identify as male or female. However, most airlines still require passengers to designate themselves that way when booking flights. Activists say this needs to change.



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Oct 20, 2019

Alberta's oilpatch workers anxiously await election results to see if pipeline will proceed
The prolonged slump in the oil and gas sector has left tens of thousands of Albertans unemployed, and the election question many are asking is whether the newly-elected federal government will finally get shovels in the ground on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.



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Oct 20, 2019

Malcolm Gladwell on why it's so tricky detecting liars based on behaviour
People who think they're good at determining whether someone is lying based on their behavioural cues are most likely deceiving themselves, says author Malcolm Gladwell, adding that our inability to accurately read some people can lead to a lot of problems.



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Oct 20, 2019

In 2019, Justin Trudeau has baggage - and faces a very different political landscape
For Justin Trudeau, winning re-election was never going to be easy. But along with the baggage that comes with government - and Trudeau's own public pratfalls - the Liberals have had to cope with a markedly diminished margin of error.



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Oct 20, 2019

Inside 48 hours and a momentum shift on the Conservative campaign
Andrew Scheer and his team appeared relaxed and quietly confident late last week, dancing at a Nova Scotia rally and joking with reporters. But amid a dramatic push to sharpen his message and build momentum to Election Day, bold claims and a Friday night surprise created some tension.



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Oct 20, 2019

The campaign is ending - and the fallout may just be starting
In this week's Canada Votes newsletter: Will the election results reveal a divided country? Also: what if the polls are wrong? — and how do I find out who wins?



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Oct 19, 2019

Trump drops plan to host G7 at his own golf resort
Responding to stinging criticism, U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday abruptly reversed his plan to hold the next Group of Seven world leaders' meeting at his Doral, Florida, golf resort next year.



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Oct 19, 2019

Trudeau, Scheer dodge questions, trade barbs on final push to election day
Two leaders vying to be the next prime minister of Canada repeatedly dodged questions from reporters today, with Justin Trudeau refusing to speak about electoral reform or post-election scenarios and Andrew Scheer deflecting calls for an explanation on allegations his party orchestrated a smear campaign against a rival political party.



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