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Sep 24, 2018

Ottawa needs 'special representative' to consult Indigenous groups and save Trans Mountain, says Scheer
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has outlined a plan to jump-start Trans Mountain construction, a month after the Federal Court of Appeal quashed cabinet approval to build the multi-billion dollar expansion project.



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Sep 24, 2018

Canada has removed only 6 of 900 asylum seekers facing U.S. deportation
Newly released figures show Canadian officials have removed only a handful of the hundreds of irregular migrants who arrived in Canada while they were already facing deportation orders from the United States.



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Sep 24, 2018

White officer who fatally shot black neighbour fired by Dallas police
The Dallas Police Department has fired a police officer who is facing a manslaughter charge after she shot a neighbour in his apartment, which the officer said she mistook it for her own home.



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Sep 24, 2018

Will Rod Rosenstein keep his job? Here's what happened to others who bucked Trump
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: In Trump's mercurial administration, question the president and your tenure can get tenuous; LAPD stirs controversy with predictive policing technology



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Sep 24, 2018

RCMP's first female commissioner one of Trudeau's 2 new picks for Senate
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau named two new senators to the Red Chamber Monday - one a former top Mountie, the other a prominent Saskatchewan businessman.



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Sep 24, 2018

RCMP's first female commissioner one of Trudeau's two new picks for Senate
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau named two new senators to the Red Chamber Monday - one a former top Mountie, the other a prominent Saskatchewan businessman.



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Sep 24, 2018

Electrical implants, intense rehab help 3 paralyzed patients take steps again
Three people whose legs were paralyzed for years can stand and take steps again thanks to an electrical implant that zaps the injured spinal cord — along with months of intense rehab, researchers have reported.



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Sep 24, 2018

Rod Rosenstein may quit or be fired as U.S. deputy attorney general
Speculation over the future of U.S. deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein ramps up sharply, amid media reports he would quit or be fired during a visit to the White House.



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Sep 24, 2018

Rod Rosenstein to meet with Trump as speculation mounts about deputy AG's future
U.S. deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein remained on the job Monday despite U.S. media reports he would quit or be fired ahead of a White House visit, but speculation is likely to remain high given a scheduled meeting with President Donald Trump on Thursday.



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Sep 24, 2018

Michael Kors reportedly ready to buy Versace for $2B
U.S. fashion group Michael Kors Holdings Ltd. has agreed to take control of Italy's Versace in a deal that could value the company at $2 billion US, sources familiar with the matter said on Monday.



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Sep 24, 2018

'Gross incompetence': son of Wettlaufer victim breaks down during testimony
Emotions ran high as relatives and friends of nursing home residents killed by disgraced nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer testified today at Ontario's public inquiry into long-term care in St. Thomas.



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Sep 24, 2018

'It's just incompetence, gross incompetence' son of Wettlaufer victim breaks down during testimony
Emotions ran high as relatives and friends of nursing home residents killed by disgraced nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer testified today at Ontario's public inquiry into long-term care in St. Thomas.



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Sep 24, 2018

Wettlaufer inquiry hears testimony from families of nursing home victims
Emotions ran high as relatives and friends of nursing home residents killed by disgraced nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer testified today at Ontario's public inquiry into long-term care in St. Thomas.



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Sep 24, 2018

Wettlaufer inquiry to hear testimony from families of nursing home victims
Emotions will be running high as relatives and friends of nursing home residents killed by disgraced nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer testify today at Ontario's public inquiry into long-term care when it resumes in St. Thomas.



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Sep 24, 2018

Will Bill Cosby, 81, go to prison? A judge is set to decide
Bill Cosby is before a Pennsylvania judge Monday for the start of a hearing to determine how a judge will punish the 81-year-old trailblazing black comedian and philanthropist, who preyed on at least one young woman and stands accused by many more.



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Sep 24, 2018

Bill Cosby accuser says she wants 'justice as court sees fit'
Prosecutors on Monday asked a judge to sentence Bill Cosby to five to 10 years in prison for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman, while his lawyer argued that the 81-year-old comedian is too old and frail to serve time behind bars.



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Sep 24, 2018

Prosecutors ask for 5 to 10 years in Cosby sexual assault
Prosecutors on Monday asked a judge to sentence Bill Cosby to five to 10 years in prison for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman, while his lawyer argued that the 81-year-old comedian is too old and frail to serve time behind bars.



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Sep 24, 2018

Judge grants defence more time to review disclosure in Fredericton shooting case
Judge Julian Dickson granted the defence for Matthew Vincent Raymond, accused of killing four people in early August, until Oct. 22 to review the disclosure as Raymond remains in custody.



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Sep 24, 2018

Power restored for thousands in Ottawa after Friday tornadoes
Hydro Ottawa crews managed to restore power to thousands of customers overnight, two days after tornadoes struck the National Capital Region. As of 7:30 a.m. ET Monday, only about 3,600 customers remained without power in the Nepean area.



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Sep 24, 2018

4 patients remain in Ottawa hospitals after Friday tornadoes
Four people remain in the care of the Ottawa Hospital Monday morning — including one in critical condition and another in serious condition — after tornadoes struck the city on Friday.



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Sep 24, 2018

Polls are now open as New Brunswickers elect a new government
As New Brunswick goes to the polls Monday, the Brian Gallant Liberals are aiming to be the first government to receive a second term since the Bernard Lord Tories in 2003.



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Sep 24, 2018

New Brunswick heads to the polls
As New Brunswick goes to the polls Monday, the Brian Gallant Liberals are aiming to be the first government to receive a second term since the Bernard Lord Tories in 2003.



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Sep 24, 2018

New Brunswick polls are now open
As New Brunswick goes to the polls Monday, the Brian Gallant Liberals are aiming to be the first government to receive a second term since the Bernard Lord Tories in 2003.



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Sep 24, 2018

New Brunswick waits for vote results after tight campaign
The Brian Gallant Liberals are seeking another four years in power, while the Progressive Conservatives, led by Blaine Higgs, hope to take back the legislative assembly and extend the recent string of single-term governments.



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Sep 24, 2018

Ottawa residents survey damage from devastating tornado
Residents in Ottawa's Dunrobin neighbourhood got their first chance Sunday to return to their tornado-ravaged homes following Friday's devastating twister.



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Sep 24, 2018

RCMP's ability to police digital realm 'rapidly declining,' commissioner warned
Organized crime is moving online and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is struggling to keep up, according to a briefing note prepared for RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki when she took over the top job earlier this year.



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Sep 24, 2018

'Predictive policing' just a new spin on old law enforcement biases, critics say
Where will the next crime happen? Who might commit it? The Los Angeles Police Department is using computer algorithms to try and predict crime in order to prevent it - and not everyone is happy.



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Sep 24, 2018

'Predictive policing': Law enforcement revolution or just new spin on old biases? Depends who you ask
Where will the next crime happen? Who might commit it? The Los Angeles Police Department is using computer algorithms to try and predict crime in order to prevent it - and not everyone is happy.



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Sep 24, 2018

'A really emotional day': Ottawa residents survey damage from devastating tornado
Residents in Ottawa's Dunrobin neighbourhood got their first chance Sunday to return to their tornado-ravaged homes following Friday's devastating twister.



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Sep 24, 2018

Bitcoin mining uses so much electricity that 1 city could curtail facility's power during heat waves
The bitcoin mining facility is located right beside the city of Medicine Hat's new natural gas-fired power plant. The bitcoin plant can consume more than 60 megawatts of power — at least 10 times more electricity than is used by any other facility in the city.



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Sep 24, 2018

Bitcoin mining uses so much electricity that 1 city will pull the plug during heat waves
The bitcoin mining facility is located right beside the city of Medicine Hat's new natural gas-fired power plant. The bitcoin plant can consume more than 60 megawatts of power — at least 10 times more electricity than is used by any other facility in the city.



CBC Top Stories
Sep 24, 2018

Bitcoin mining uses so much electricity that one city will pull the plug during heat waves
The bitcoin mining facility is located right beside the city of Medicine Hat's new natural gas-fired power plant. The bitcoin plant can consume more than 60 megawatts of power — at least 10 times more electricity than is used by any other facility in the city.



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Sep 24, 2018

Canadian borrowers will feel this week's U.S. interest rate hike: Don Pittis
The world will feel the effect as U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is expected to raise rates this week — and then keep raising them.



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Sep 24, 2018

Canadian cannabis companies invest millions in Pablo Escobar's home turf in Colombia
At least seven licensed Canadian cannabis producers have set up shop in Colombia, investing more than $100 million in the conflict-hit country that has become a new frontier in the legal marijuana business.



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Sep 24, 2018

Canada faces steep odds in battle to join UN Security Council
Canada is in the running for a seat on the United Nations Security Council, but is in tough against Ireland and Norway.



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Sep 24, 2018

U.S. interest rates are rising and indebted Canadians won't escape the effect: Don Pittis
The world will feel the effect as U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is expected to raise rates this week — and then keep raising them.



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Sep 24, 2018

'I am with him all the way,' Trump says as Kavanaugh faces new sexual misconduct allegation
President Donald Trump reaffirms his commitment to U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after a second allegation of sexual misconduct emerges against the judge, a development that has further imperilled his nomination.



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Sep 24, 2018

'I will not be intimidated,' Kavanaugh says amid new accusation
Denouncing his accusers for launching "smears, pure and simple," Brett Kavanaugh says he'll continue fighting for Senate confirmation to the Supreme Court, even as Republicans battled to prevent a second woman's assertion of a long-ago sexual assault from derailing his nomination.



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Sep 24, 2018

'I'm not going anywhere,' Kavanaugh says as new sex assault allegation surfaces
Denouncing his accusers for launching "smears, pure and simple," Brett Kavanaugh says he'll continue fighting for Senate confirmation to the Supreme Court, even as Republicans battle to prevent a second woman's assertion of a long-ago sexual assault from derailing his nomination.



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Sep 24, 2018

New sexual misconduct accusation roils U.S. Supreme Court nomination
A second allegation of sexual misconduct has emerged against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, a development that has further imperilled his nomination to the Supreme Court, forced the White House and Senate Republicans onto the defensive and fuelled calls from Democrats to postpone further action on his confirmation.



CBC Top Stories
Sep 23, 2018

U.S. Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh denies 2nd sexual misconduct allegation
The New Yorker magazine reported Sunday night that Senate Democrats were investigating a second woman's accusation of sexual misconduct by U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh dating to the 1983-84 academic year, his first at Yale University.



CBC Top Stories
Sep 23, 2018

Man with mental disability nearly bankrupted by door-to-door sales contracts
Despite bans on door-to-door sales of certain goods and services in some provinces, thousands of Canadians are still locked into long and pricey contracts



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Sep 23, 2018

Trudeau affirms support for 'united Spain' following meetings with Spanish PM
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Sunday during a meeting with his Spanish counterpart that he has confidence in the ability of the Spanish government to resolve the Catalan secession crisis in a way that respects freedom of expression.



CBC Top Stories
Sep 23, 2018

Tiger Woods claims Tour Championship for 1st win in over 5 years
Tiger Woods is a winner again, capping off one of the most remarkable comebacks in golf history.



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Sep 23, 2018

Vatican 'owes God an apology' over abuse allegations: N.L. activist's letter
The prominent founder of a Newfoundland organization for clergy abuse survivors has written a letter to Pope Francis that says the Vatican "owes God an apology" for mismanagement of abuse allegations.



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Sep 23, 2018

NAFTA talks 'very likely' on sidelines of UN General Assembly, Trudeau says
Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer — the two top officials at the NAFTA talks — are due to be in New York on Monday and Tuesday for the UN General Assembly.



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Sep 23, 2018

Burials begin for victims of Tanzania ferry disaster that left 224 dead
Relatives wept in grief on Sunday at the mass burial in Tanzania of many of the 224 people who drowned when a ferry in capsized on Lake Victoria.



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Sep 23, 2018

Drake says he pulled out of Miami shows due to illness
Toronto rapper Drake is apologizing for pulling out of two concerts in Miami, Fla., and says it was due to illness.



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Sep 23, 2018

Christine Blasey Ford to testify Thursday about Kavanaugh sexual assault allegations
California professor Christine Blasey Ford has agreed to testify on Thursday morning before a U.S. Senate panel about her sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, her lawyers said on Sunday.



CBC Top Stories
Sep 23, 2018

Bill Cosby sentencing is new milestone for #MeToo movement
When Bill Cosby is sentenced to what could be up to 10 years in prison this week for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in 2004, it will be perhaps the starkest evidence yet that the #MeToo movement is a powerful force.



CBC Top Stories
Sep 23, 2018

The Weekly with Wendy Mesley LIVE
The Weekly with Wendy Mesley for Sunday Sept. 23, 2018



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Sep 23, 2018

The Weekly with Wendy Mesley September 23, 2018
Wendy Mesley takes you behind the headlines to reveal hidden and surprising forces shaping the news and our world.



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Sep 23, 2018

Burt Reynolds mourned at private memorial in Florida
About 80 of Burt Reynolds' friends and relatives shared memories of the late actor at a private memorial service Thursday.



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Sep 23, 2018

Teck's $20B Frontier oilsands project heads to joint review hearing
Teck Resources Ltd.'s Frontier mine project undergoes its first day of public hearings in Fort McMurray on Tuesday before a joint review panel established by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the Alberta Energy Regulator.



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Sep 23, 2018

Hamilton man charged in what police call 'mass shooting hoax' on Facebook
Police have arrested and charged a Hamilton man after a "threatening" Facebook post from a fake profile suggested there would be a mass shooting at a downtown Toronto nightclub.



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Sep 23, 2018

Corporate welfare, the Koch brothers and being 'authentic': Maxime Bernier in conversation
Maxime Bernier is hoping his new People's Party will usher in a conservative revolution in Canada. For years, Bernier has been championing the cause of smaller government, lower taxes and reduced immigration — but now the Quebec MP who finished a close second to Andrew Scheer in the last Conservative Party leadership race thinks these ideas can win the next Canadian election.



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Sep 23, 2018

The balance of power on Toronto council could rest on a handful of races
We now know how many seats are up for grabs on Toronto city council in municipal elections next month, now that Premier Doug Ford has succeeded in slashing the number of wards from 47 to 25. But after all the votes are counted, what will that council look like?



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Sep 23, 2018

Why the balance of power on city council could rest on a handful of races
We now know how many seats are up for grabs on Toronto city council in municipal elections next month, now that Premier Doug Ford has succeeded in slashing the number of wards from 47 to 25. But after all the votes are counted, what will that council look like?



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Sep 23, 2018

Tornado an 'emotional rollercoaster' for Ottawa residents
All levels of government are joining forces to help with restoration efforts Sunday morning, two days after a pair of tornadoes ravaged the Ottawa-Gatineau area, leaving tens of thousands without power.



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Sep 23, 2018

'Every house is to the ground': Residents of Dunrobin could be escorted back to tornado-ravaged homes Sunday
All levels of government are joining forces to help with restoration efforts Sunday morning, two days after a pair of tornadoes ravaged Ottawa and the Gatineau, Que., area, leaving tens of thousands without power.



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Sep 23, 2018

'It's not real': Some left homeless by Ottawa-area tornadoes ponder next steps
All levels of government are joining forces to help with restoration efforts today, two days after a pair of tornadoes ravaged Ottawa and the Gatineau, Que., area, leaving tens of thousands without power.



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Sep 23, 2018

Tornado strikes were 'luck of the draw,' says meteorologist
They're more associated with Canada's prairie provinces, and Mayor Jim Watson says the aftermath looks like a scene out of Oklahoma. So how did two powerful tornadoes end up touching down in Ottawa-Gatineau?



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Sep 23, 2018

Tracking scammers behind fake CRA calls: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including our investigation into the scammers behind those fake CRA calls, Ticketmaster recruiting professional scalpers, and a ban on artificial trans fats in Canada.



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Sep 23, 2018

'Raw emotion' expected from victims' family members at Elizabeth Wettlaufer inquiry
One of the people Elizabeth Wettlaufer tried to kill, as well as the family members and friends of those she did murder, will share the impact the former nurse's crimes had on their lives at Ontario's public inquiry into long-term care on Monday.



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Sep 23, 2018

'I can't escape': Life as a non-Indigenous student at the notorious St. Anne's residential school
As the children of the local Hudson's Bay Company post manager, Ron Gosbee and his two sisters attended the notorious St. Anne's Indian Residential School in Fort Albany, Ont. — an experience they're still trying to process 60 years later.



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Sep 23, 2018

'Burying rivers is not a great idea:' Cities work to uncover their hidden waterways
Cities built atop networks of culverts and sewers where creeks and rivers used to flow are looking for ways to bring forgotten waterways back to the surface.



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Sep 23, 2018

Author Yuval Noah Harari warns AI will make us 'intolerant' of fellow humans
Israeli author Yuval Noah Harari sat down with The National's Rosemary Barton to promote his recently released book, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century, and argued that AI excels at what humans do not — its singular ability to understand other humans.



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Sep 23, 2018

The faces of the Ottawa-Gatineau tornado aftermath
As cleanup efforts continue in the wake of Friday's devastating tornadoes, Ottawa-Gatineau residents are coming to grips with the fact their lives have been irrevocably altered by the storm.



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Sep 23, 2018

Federal workers cited 3,075 times for lapses in document security
Public Services and Procurement Canada instituted a tough new policy to ensure its office workers keep sensitive documents secure. But a new audit, obtained by CBC News under access to information law, found more than 3,000 violations of the policy last year, suggesting the measures are having limited impact.



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Sep 23, 2018

Missing another NAFTA deadline would be risky — but not fatal
Washington's warning to Canada to not miss the next deadline in the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement is starting to sound like a boy crying wolf. Several deadlines have been blown already, yet the talks continue. What should we expect if another deadline passes without a deal?



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Sep 22, 2018

Former Calgary Stampeder Mike Labinjo dead at the age of 38
Calgary Stampeders confirmed death on Saturday. His cause of death was not immediately available.



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Sep 22, 2018

Race tightens the day before New Brunswick heads to the polls
The Liberals are after another four years in the New Brunswick provincial election. The Progressive Conservatives want to take back the legislature. But it's the upstart Greens and People's Alliance who may have the say in who takes power.



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Sep 22, 2018

Christine Blasey Ford, who says Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her, agrees to testify
Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who has accused U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were both in high school, has agreed to testify before a Senate panel next week. Details of her appearance have not been finalized, her lawyers said on Saturday.



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Sep 22, 2018

Woman who says Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her agrees to testify
A woman who has accused U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault has agreed to testify before a Senate panel next week, but details of her appearance have not been finalized, her lawyers said on Saturday.



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Sep 22, 2018

Ticketmaster secret scalper program targeted by class-action lawyers
A U.S. law firm is seeking to launch a class-action lawsuit on behalf of fans who purchased inflated resale tickets through Ticketmaster, on the heels of a CBC News/Toronto Star investigation.



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Sep 22, 2018

Tornado among top 'traumatic events' in Ottawa's history, will take days to restore power, mayor says
About 150,000 Hydro Ottawa customers alone remain without power after a twister ripped through the area Friday — and the city's mayor warns it could take "days" to restore service to those affected by the storm.



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Sep 22, 2018

'We've pretty much lost everything': Homes destroyed as Ottawa-Gatineau tornado causes mass outages
About 150,000 Hydro Ottawa customers alone remain without power and residents survey the devastating damage after a twister ripped through the area and neighbouring Quebec on Friday — and the city's mayor warns it could take days to restore service.



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Sep 22, 2018

'We've pretty much lost everything': Homes destroyed as Ottawa-Gatineau tornadoes cause mass outages
About 100,000 Hydro Ottawa customers alone remain without power and residents in Dunrobin, Ont., and Gatineau, Que., are surveying the damage to homes, trees and hydro lines after twisters ripped through the area on Friday.



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Sep 22, 2018

'He'll be right by my side' : Service dog to help Humboldt crash survivor with PTSD
Amid snuggles, smiles and a dog-sized hug, Graysen Cameron and his new service dog Chase got acquainted Friday in Edmonton.



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Sep 22, 2018

Journalism's budding new beat: Cannabis reporter
With recreational cannabis about to become legal on Oct. 17, we take a look at what kind of media coverage of this new beat Canadians should expect.



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Sep 22, 2018

Sex and the senior: They're doing it, so get over it
A British researcher says stereotypes persist when it comes to seniors having sex, and that's affecting their health and well-being.



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Sep 22, 2018

Man dead, 2 Halton officers injured in shooting in Burlington, SIU investigating
A man is dead and two Halton Region police officers were injured in a shooting in Burlington early Saturday, according to police and Ontario's Special Investigations Unit.



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Sep 22, 2018

Gunmen attack Iran military parade, killing 24
Gunmen have attacked an annual Iranian military parade in the country's oil-rich southwest, killing 24 people, including 12 members of the country's elite Revolutionary Guard, and wounding more than 50 others.



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Sep 22, 2018

Gunmen attack Iran military parade, killing 25
Gunmen disguised as soldiers attacked an annual Iranian military parade Saturday in the country's oil-rich southwest, killing at least 25 people and wounding 60 in the bloodiest assault to strike the country in recent years.



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Sep 22, 2018

Gunmen attack Iran military parade, killing at least 12
Gunmen have attacked an annual Iranian military parade in the country's oil-rich southwest, killing at least 12 members of the country's elite Revolutionary Guard and wounding more than 50 others.



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Sep 22, 2018

No guarantee all Indigenous concerns about Trans Mountain will be addressed, minister says
The Trudeau government has repeatedly voiced a commitment to respecting First Nations' interests in the push to get the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion built — but that doesn't mean saying yes to every request from Indigenous communities, says Fisheries and Oceans Minister Jonathan Wilkinson.



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Sep 22, 2018

Russia's handling of Skripal affair shows 'propaganda machine is not working'
Since UK investigators named two Russians as the suspects in the poisoning of Yulia and Sergei Skripal, Russia has tried to counter the narrative. Many observers say the effort is failing, writes Chris Brown.



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Sep 22, 2018

Canadian companies are losing ground to China in the developing world, Trudeau's UN ambassador says
Justin Trudeau is preparing a pitch to Canada's private sector, to be delivered at the United Nations General Assembly Monday — invest in the developing world as a way to build Canada's brand at home and abroad.



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Sep 22, 2018

What gun owners need to know about Ottawa's new firearms bill
The Liberal government is poised to pass new firearms legislation — changes to the country's firearms regime that Ottawa says are "modest" but necessary reforms to help tamp down on the frequency of violent gun crime. Here's what is in Bill C-71.



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Sep 21, 2018

The National for September 21, 2018
Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News



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Sep 21, 2018

RCMP investigates after servers of bankrupt NCIX allegedly offered for sale with data intact
B.C.'s privacy commissioner is investigating an alleged privacy breach involving the bankrupt computer retailer NCIX.



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Sep 21, 2018

'I want to lose my fear': Toronto Danforth shooting victim still haunted by what he saw
Ali Demircan, who was grazed by a bullet during Faisal Hussain's shooting rampage on Toronto's Danforth Avenue in July, says a city program set up to assist people after mass casualty events failed to arrange the counselling he needed in a timely manner.



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Sep 21, 2018

Shoppers Drug Mart gets medical pot licence from Health Canada
Shoppers Drug Mart received Health Canada's approval to be a licensed medical marijuana producer, opening the door for the pharmacy giant to dispense medical cannabis to patients.



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Sep 21, 2018

Thousands without power after 'devastating' tornado in Ottawa-Gatineau
A tornado ripped through the Ottawa-Gatineau area Friday afternoon leaving two people in critical condition and more than 160,000 people without power across the region.



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Sep 21, 2018

Tornado in Ottawa-Gatineau leaves tens of thousands without power, 6 in hospital
Two people remained in critical condition in hospital and more than 170,000 were still without power Saturday, a day after a tornado ripped through parts of the Ottawa and Gatineau, Que., area.



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Sep 21, 2018

Tornado tears through Ottawa-Gatineau
A tornado tears through parts of Ottawa and Gatineau, Que., leaving a trail of destruction.



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Sep 21, 2018

'Devastating' tornado tears through Ottawa-Gatineau
A tornado tore through parts of Ottawa and Gatineau, Que., on Friday, seriously injuring four people, flattening buildings and knocking out power for almost 150,000 customers.



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Sep 21, 2018

2 seriously injured, thousands without power after Ottawa-Gatineau tornado
A tornado tore through parts of Ottawa and Gatineau, Que., on Friday, seriously injuring at least two people, flattening buildings and knocking out power for tens of thousands.



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Sep 21, 2018

'Looks as if there was never a house there': Ottawa-Gatineau tornado causes mass power outages, 6 in hospital
Two people remained in critical condition in hospital and tens of thousands were still without power Saturday, a day after a tornado ripped through parts of the Ottawa and Gatineau, Que., area.



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Sep 21, 2018

4 seriously injured, thousands without power after Ottawa-Gatineau tornado
A tornado tore through parts of Ottawa and Gatineau, Que., on Friday, seriously injuring four people, flattening buildings and knocking out power for almost 150,000 people.



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