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May 24, 2019

Narendra Modi meets party leaders after election win in India
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been meeting with leaders of his Bharatiya Janata Party fresh off his party's thunderous victory in the general elections.



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May 24, 2019

How a suspected Iran-based campaign tried to get Canadian media to spread fake news
An online disinformation campaign believed to originate from Iran tried to get Canadian media to amplify fake news, a CBC/Radio-Canada analysis has found. And in at least one instance, it was successful.



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May 24, 2019

How effective is carbon capture technology?
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we examine the state of carbon capture technology and introduce you to some invasive insect species you might see on your travels this year.



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May 24, 2019

Looking for work in health care, tech or retail? You could be in luck
What do a registered nurse, a sales clerk and a software engineer have in common? They're all qualified for the jobs that are most likely to go unfilled in Canada.



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May 24, 2019

Supreme Court to rule on whether Cindy Gladue's accused killer will face new trial
The Supreme Court of Canada rules today on a high-profile case involving the death of an Indigenous woman — a case that sparked nationwide protests and revived the debate about Canada's prostitution and sexual consent laws.



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May 24, 2019

'They failed me': How the promise of retraining U.S. coal miners came up empty
A program touted as an economic saviour for Appalachian coal country turned out to be riddled with problems and now faces a lawsuit from former students. One ex-student and employee says Mined Minds came to the region making promises like a soapbox preacher and failed to deliver.



CBC Top Stories
May 24, 2019

Andrew Scheer really doesn't want to talk about abortion. Neither did Harper
Andrew Scheer would very like to squelch talk of how abortion rights would fare under a Scheer government. He might consider asking his old boss how easy it is to keep a lid on the abortion debate while in office.



CBC Top Stories
May 24, 2019

B.C. court to decide if province can regulate Trans Mountain
B.C.'s Court of Appeal will decide Friday whether the province can change its environmental laws in a way that could effectively kill the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.



CBC Top Stories
May 24, 2019

The government just made its toxic media bailout plan even worse
The general expectation was the Liberals would follow their established script for these sorts of things and find a widely respected and reasonably non-partisan public figure to head it up. That's not what happened



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May 24, 2019

British PM May expected to announce date of her departure
British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected on Friday to announce the date of her departure, triggering a contest that will bring a new leader to power who is likely to push for a more decisive Brexit divorce deal.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Raptors are a win away from NBA Finals after dumping Bucks in Milwaukee
Kawhi Leonard scored 35 points to lead the Toronto Raptors to a thrilling 105-99 victory over Milwaukee on Thursday in the most important game in franchise history.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Lawyer says deal close in Weinstein sexual misconduct lawsuits
A tentative deal is close to settling lawsuits brought against the television and film company co-founded by Harvey Weinstein, who has been accused of sexual misconduct by scores of women.



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May 23, 2019

Country style rapper Lil Nas X joins forces with Wrangler Jeans to mixed results
If you thought you'd seen the last of the song Old Town Road, you haven't visited a Wrangler store lately. The jean company recently launched a new line of products with chart-topping rapper Lil Nas X.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Scientists say Chile's Southern Patagonia Ice Field has 'split in two'
Chile's 12,000 square kilometre Southern Patagonia Ice Field has split in two and is likely to continue to fracture amid climate change, according to a team of Chilean scientists who were in the region in March.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Journalists question Liberal government's $600M media bailout plan
The federal government's plan to support Canadian journalism is being questioned by some Canadian journalists.



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May 23, 2019

Philippines rejects Canada's late-June timeline for garbage repatriation
The Philippines has rejected Canada's late-June timeline for repatriating its garbage, and is moving forward with plans to ship it back to Canada itself.



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May 23, 2019

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer to drop pledge to balance budget in 2 years
Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer on Friday plans to drop a previous pledge to balance the budget within two years if elected, saying Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government has made it impossible to do so responsibly.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer to drop pledge to balance budget in two years
Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer on Friday plans to drop a previous pledge to balance the budget within two years if elected, saying Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government has made it impossible to do so responsibly.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

In major reversal, Jason Kenney now says Alberta can live with amended C-69 environmental assessment bill
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and the leaders of the three other provincial parties are offering an olive branch to the Trudeau government on C-69, saying they're now prepared to accept the controversial overhaul of Canada's environmental assessment process — as long as the Senate's amendments are part of it.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

U.S. slaps WikiLeaks founder with 18-count indictment, says he published classified info
The U.S. filed new charges Thursday against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, accusing him of placing the country at risk of "serious harm" by publishing thousands of secret and classified documents, including the names of confidential sources for American armed forces.



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May 23, 2019

WikiLeaks founder slapped with 18 charges under Espionage Act
In a case with significant First Amendment implications, the U.S. files new charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange that accuse him of violating the Espionage Act by publishing thousands of secret and classified documents.



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May 23, 2019

U.S. lawmakers want automakers to install technology to prevent children from being left in cars
U.S. lawmakers want to make it mandatory for automakers to install technology on new vehicles that alerts exiting parents to check for children in the back seat under legislation introduced in Congress in response to deaths of children left behind in hot cars.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

'American Taliban' Lindh's release triggers outrage, with more 'war on terror' prisoners nearing freedom
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: John Walker Lindh, an American who joined the Taliban in Afghanistan, was released from a U.S. prison today; there's inherent risk but also potentially big reward when parties engage in wedge politics.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Canadian Hurricane Centre releases 2019 Atlantic forecast
Canadians will get the lowdown on the upcoming hurricane season today, during a technical briefing CBC is carrying live starting at 2 p.m. AT.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Canadian Hurricane Centre to release 2019 Atlantic forecast
Canadians will get the lowdown on the upcoming hurricane season today, during a technical briefing CBC is carrying live starting at 2 p.m. AT.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Forecasters call for 'average' Atlantic hurricane season this year
Canadians can expect an average year for hurricane activity, with as many as 15 named storms, including up to four major hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Pelosi suggests a Trump 'intervention' is needed amid war of words
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is suggesting an "intervention" with President Donald Trump after he vowed to not work with Congress unless Democrats stop investigating him.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Facebook removes 3 billion fake accounts in 6 months
Facebook removed more than three billion fake accounts from October to March, twice as many as the previous six months, the social networking company said Thursday.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Facebook removes 3 billion fake accounts, but how many did it miss?
Facebook says it removed more than three billion fake accounts from October to March, twice as many as the previous six months.



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May 23, 2019

Edmonton school bus crashes into retaining wall, injuring 11 students and driver
Twelve people were taken to hospital this morning after a school bus crashed into a retaining wall on one of Edmonton's busiest roads.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Alberta town evacuated 8 years ago opens doors to High Level fire evacuees
A mandatory evacuation order remains in place for the town of High Level and parts of Mackenzie County.



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May 23, 2019

A totalled Camaro, 2 dead bison in Wood Buffalo National Park but where's the driver?
It's not clear who was behind the wheel of a Chevrolet Camaro, nor what condition the driver was in after an apparent deadly collision with two bisons near Fort Smith, N.W.T.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

2 men charged with sexual and physical abuse of 17 children on Manitoba reserve
Two men from Garden Hill have been charged with multiple sexual offences against children, including one man who had access to a foster home in the Manitoba First Nation, RCMP say.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Charges laid in alleged sexual, physical abuse of 17 children in Garden Hill First Nation
Two men from Garden Hill have been charged with multiple sexual offences against children, including one man who had access to a foster home in the Manitoba First Nation, RCMP say.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Health Canada restricts alcohol content in sugary, premixed beverages
Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor's office confirmed Thursday that new restrictions on the amount of alcohol allowed in sugary, premixed beverages come into effect across Canada today.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Restrictions to alcohol content in sugary drinks take effect across Canada
Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor's office confirmed Thursday that new restrictions on the amount of alcohol allowed in sugary, premixed beverages come into effect across Canada today.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Sex doll ruled to be child porn, but N.L. judge finds 54-year-old man not guilty
A St. John's man accused of possessing child pornography in an unusual case involving what has been described as a child sex doll has been found not guilty.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

'Attack on public health' prompts 10 ex-Ontario health ministers to issue letter asking Ford to reverse cuts
Ten former Ontario health ministers from across the political spectrum take the rare step of sending a joint letter to the government, imploring it to reverse millions of dollars in public health cuts they say put the province "at risk."



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Secretly filmed by boyfriend for years, Montreal-area woman says 'it felt like the end of the world'
For eight years, Melissa thought she had struck gold: she had a supportive and caring boyfriend who loved her kids, even if they weren't his own. Then she discovered the hidden cameras.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Why overlooked green energy sector is an economic powerhouse: Don Pittis
While politicians promote the economics of fossil energy, a report out today indicates they, and other Canadians, have a blind spot for the economic clout of the low-carbon energy businesses.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

What U.S. flooding could mean for Canada's Prairie farmers
Flooding across the United States agriculture belt continues to thwart the planting of key crops — something that could help some Canadian farmers fetch better commodity prices themselves.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Why more women die of cardiac arrest than men focus of study
The window to shock a woman's heart back into a stable rhythm after cardiac arrest seems to close faster than in men.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Women's chances of surviving cardiac arrest are half that of men, study says. Here's why
The window to shock a woman's heart back into a stable rhythm after cardiac arrest seems to close faster than in men.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Women's chances of surviving cardiac arrest are half those of men, study says. Here's why
The window to shock a woman's heart back into a stable rhythm after cardiac arrest seems to close faster than in men.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Toronto plastic surgeon told to remove security cameras from consult rooms
The regulatory body for doctors in Ontario has made a formal allegation of professional misconduct against a Toronto plastic surgeon who had security cameras in his consult rooms. The rooms are where patients are regularly asked to remove their clothing during pre- and post-operative appointments.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Trudeau exonerates Chief Poundmaker, apologizes for conviction
Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation say they've waited decades for their famous chief's treason conviction to be wiped away. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did just that today.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Trudeau exonerates Chief Poundmaker, apologizes for treason conviction
Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation say they've waited decades for their famous chief's treason conviction to be wiped away. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did just that today.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

'I don't do cover-ups': Trump's threat to refuse policy talks could move him closer to impeachment
U.S. President Donald Trump's attempts to stonewall Democratic investigations against him entered a new phase Wednesday, as the president issued an ultimatum: Stop the investigations, or he'll stop negotiating on policy.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

'I don't do coverups': Trump's threat to refuse policy talks could move him closer to impeachment
U.S. President Donald Trump's attempts to stonewall Democratic investigations against him entered a new phase Wednesday, as the president issued an ultimatum: Stop the investigations, or he'll stop negotiating on policy.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

'I don't do coverups': Trump's threat to refuse policy talks raises risk of impeachment
U.S. President Donald Trump's attempts to stonewall Democratic investigations against him entered a new phase Wednesday, as the president issued an ultimatum: Stop the investigations, or he'll stop negotiating on policy.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Disney déjà vu: Why movie studio is reworking its greatest hits from Aladdin to Little Mermaid
Aladdin is just the latest in a string of Disney remakes as the studio looks to entice a new generation of fans.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Sask. First Nation 'very, very excited' about famous chief's exoneration
Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation say they've waited decades for their famous chief's treason-felony conviction to be wiped away. That day has arrived.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau exonerates Chief Poundmaker, apologizes for conviction
Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation say they've waited decades for their famous chief's treason conviction to be wiped away. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did just that today.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to apologize for famous chief's conviction
Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation say they've waited decades for their famous chief's treason conviction to be wiped away. That day has arrived.



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May 23, 2019

British government delays vote on Theresa May's latest Brexit bill
The British government has delayed plans to hold a vote on its key Brexit bill, as Prime Minister Theresa May faces remorseless pressure from her Conservative Party to step down.



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May 23, 2019

Theresa May delays latest Brexit bill vote amid mounting pressure to resign
British Prime Minister Theresa May was hunkered down with close allies Thursday as she considered whether to give in to relentless pressure to resign, or fight on to save her Brexit plan and her premiership.



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May 23, 2019

Theresa May in peril over Brexit on EU election day
Prime Minister Theresa May was under intense pressure to name a date for her departure after her final Brexit gambit failed, overshadowing a European election that will show a United Kingdom still riven by divisions over its EU divorce.



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May 23, 2019

Modi's party celebrates sweeping re-election victory in India
Narendra Modi, India's charismatic but polarizing prime minister, was headed Thursday for a landslide election victory, propelling his Hindu nationalist party to back-to-back majorities in parliament for the first time in decades.



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May 23, 2019

Modi's party claims victory as Indian votes are counted
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party claimed it had won re-election with a commanding lead in Thursday's vote count, while the stock market soared in anticipation of another five-year term for the Hindu nationalist leader.



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May 23, 2019

Modi's party claims victory in Indian election
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party claimed it had won re-election with a commanding lead in Thursday's vote count, while the stock market soared in anticipation of another five-year term for the Hindu nationalist leader.



CBC Top Stories
May 23, 2019

Modi's party has early lead as Indian votes are counted
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his party were off to an early lead as vote counting began Thursday following the conclusion of the country's weeks-long general election.



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May 22, 2019

Rocks, rubber bullets fly in 2nd night of post-election clashes in Indonesia
A clash between Indonesian security forces and protesters angry over the result of last month's presidential election raged for a second night on Wednesday, turning central Jakarta into a battlefield of tear gas, rubber bullets, rocks and firecrackers.



CBC Top Stories
May 22, 2019

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May 22, 2019

'There's a lot of anxiety': Author and activist Arundhati Roy on what's terrifying her about India's election
The CBC's Nahlah Ayed speaks to author and political activist Arundhati Roy on the eve of India's election results.



CBC Top Stories
May 22, 2019

Drake's courtside trolling has Milwaukee fans up in arms
On Wednesday, a tweet from a senior executive for Octagon, the agency representing Milwaukee star Giannis Antetokounmpo, called out Drake for his repeated trolling of the Bucks in general and specifically their superstar power forward.



CBC Top Stories
May 22, 2019

Conservative leader presents party's plan to fight 'evil scourge' of human trafficking
Federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is promising funding for police, survivor services and public awareness to combat human trafficking.



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May 22, 2019

UN human rights observers warn Quebec about secularism bill
High-ranking human rights monitors with the United Nations are concerned the Quebec government will violate fundamental freedoms if it moves ahead with legislation to limit where religious symbols can be worn.



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May 22, 2019

N.Y. passes legislation that could put Trump's tax returns in Congress's hands
New York lawmakers give final passage to legislation that would allow U.S. President Donald Trump's state tax returns to be released to congressional committees that have, so far, been barred from getting the president's federal filings.



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May 22, 2019

In double-whammy, officials inch closer to scoring Trump's tax, business records
In the second blow in a day against the U.S. President's stonewalling efforts, Donald Trump, three of his children and the Trump Organization on Wednesday lost their bid to block Deutsche Bank AG and Capital One Financial Corp. from providing financial records to Democratic lawmakers investigating Trump's businesses.



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May 22, 2019

Father makes emotional appeal after son's brain punctured by skier
The father of a 13-year-old North Vancouver skier who suffered a serious brain injury on Grouse Mountain makes an emotional appeal for the person responsible to come forward.



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May 22, 2019

Sea levels could rise by up to 2 metres by 2100, new study finds
Sea levels could rise by as much as two metres by 2100 in a worst-case scenario involving melting ice caps and high CO2 emissions, new research suggests.



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May 22, 2019

Quebec City car crash could have been 'much worse' if not for warm weather, pure luck
"I had a guardian angel," says a woman who'd been sitting at a cafeteria window moments before a car crashed through it, when a stranger suggested she join her on the rooftop patio on the first warm, sunny day of spring.



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May 22, 2019

Car crashes into building in downtown Quebec City, bursts into flames
Several people were injured after a collision just before 1 p.m. at the corner of Charest and Langelier boulevards sent a car through an office and condominium building's window and into the cafeteria.



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May 22, 2019

Reports of chemical weapon attack denounced as Syrian fighting heats up
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Syria's civil war threatens to boil over again with allegations of a chemical weapons attack; Nigel Farage and his Brexit Party are under scrutiny by election officials.



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May 22, 2019

Syrian civil war heats up as U.S. denounces alleged use of chemical weapons
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Syria's civil war threatens to boil over again with allegations of a chemical weapons attack; Nigel Farage and his Brexit Party are under scrutiny by election officials.



CBC Top Stories
May 22, 2019

Newly formed women's hockey union wants to find a way to play
It has been about a month since 200 of the best female hockey players in the world decided they no longer wanted to play. Liz Knox knew there was risk of walking away after the Canadian Women's Hockey League folded, but says the fight to create an economically viable professional league is a worthy one.



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May 22, 2019

Niagara officer shot by fellow cop now facing criminal charges
A Niagara-area police officer who was shot and seriously wounded, allegedly by a fellow officer, has himself been charged in connection with the shooting.



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May 22, 2019

Cyril Ramaphosa elected by South Africa's parliament, promises to tackle corruption
South African president-elect Cyril Ramaphosa has taken steps to crack down on corruption as the new parliament votes him to lead the country for a five-year term.



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May 22, 2019

'Write me and tell me your heart:' Leonard Cohen's letters to muse Marianne Ihlen set for auction
Marianne Ihlen's influence on Leonard Cohen lingered long after their time together, and now the public is poised to get a deeper glimpse into the relationship between Ihlen and the Canadian poet-turned-musician.



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May 22, 2019

Canada to spend $15.7B on new coast guard ships, Trudeau says
Canada plans to build up to 18 new coast guard ships at a cost of $15.7 billion, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Wednesday.



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May 22, 2019

WestJet pilot's eyes burned by laser on flight from Newfoundland to Florida
The plane was about 40 kilometres from the Orlando International Airport when the incident happened, says the FAA.



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May 22, 2019

How Modi's populist message could win the Indian PM a second term
Over the last five years, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been seen both as an incorruptible champion of the masses and the "divider in chief."



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May 22, 2019

House Democrats believe Trump is engaged in a 'coverup,' Pelosi says
As Democrats in Congress debated possibly moving to impeach Donald Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Wednesday that the U.S. president is engaged in a "coverup."



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May 22, 2019

Trump says he won't work with Democrats on infrastructure, given coverup accusations
U.S. President Donald Trump blasts Democratic leaders after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accuses him of engaging in a coverup, making a surprise appearance and cutting short an infrastructure meeting with Democratic leaders.



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May 22, 2019

Sexual misconduct persists in military despite efforts to curb assault, StatsCan reports
The number of military personnel reporting sexual misconduct has remained virtually unchanged despite efforts to crack down on assaults, a Statistics Canada survey released today indicates.



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May 22, 2019

Reinforcements on their way to Alberta to help fight raging wildfire
Crews battling wildfires in northwestern Alberta are getting help today from hundreds of new firefighters making their way there from other provinces.



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May 22, 2019

Reinforcements, better weather, expected to help fight against Alberta wildfire
Crews battling wildfires in northwestern Alberta are getting help today from hundreds of new firefighters making their way from other provinces — and from the weather.



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May 22, 2019

'It was a helluva experience': Alberta wildfire takes toll on firefighters, evacuees
Crews battling wildfires in northwestern Alberta are getting help today from hundreds of new firefighters making their way from other provinces — and from the weather.



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May 22, 2019

Virginia probe can't conclude whether governor is in 1980s blackface photo
An investigation ordered up by a Virginia medical school failed to determine whether Gov. Ralph Northam is in a 1984 yearbook photo of a man in blackface next to someone in a Ku Klux Klan hood.



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May 22, 2019

Virginia school to release review of blackface photo allegedly of governor
A law firm has completed its investigation into how a racist photo appeared on Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam's yearbook page 35 years ago, and is expected to release the results on Wednesday.



CBC Top Stories
May 22, 2019

Canada hires company for $1.14M to bring trash back home from the Philippines
Canada is spending more than a million dollars to bring home dozens of containers of rotting garbage back to Canada from the Philippines in the coming days. Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna announced today that her government has awarded a contract to Bolloré Logistics Canada.  



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May 22, 2019

Canada hires company to bring trash back home from the Philippines
Ottawa has hired a company to bring dozens of containers of rotting garbage back to Canada from the Philippines. Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna announced today that her government has awarded a contract to Bolloré Logistics Canada.  



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May 22, 2019

Duterte loses patience, Philippines president orders trash shipped back to Canada
President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the Philippines government to hire a private shipping company to send 69 containers of garbage back to Canada and leave them within its territorial waters if it refuses to accept the trash, his spokesperson says.



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May 22, 2019

Philippines' Duterte loses patience, orders trash shipped back to Canada
Rodrigo Duterte, the president of the Philippines, has ordered his government to hire a private shipping company to send 69 containers of garbage back to Canada and leave them within its territorial waters if it refuses to accept the trash, his spokesperson said on Wednesday.



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May 22, 2019

Millions allegedly found in subsidized home of B.C. retiree tied to $1.2B Aussie drug bust
B.C.'s director of civil forfeiture wants to keep more than $3 million in cash allegedly found stashed in the subsidized home of a retiree who police claim has links to Australia's biggest drug bust.



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May 22, 2019

Federal government names organizations that will help spend $660M journalism fund
The federal government has named the eight Canadian organizations that will sit on a special advisory panel tasked with choosing the news operations that will benefit from a $600 million media support fund.



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May 22, 2019

Long hours, emotional toll pushed tissue bank specialist to leave New Brunswick
Long hours and emotionally challenging work led Parise Léger to leave her job with the New Brunswick organ and tissue program.



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May 22, 2019

Brexit firebrand Farage appears poised for victory as EU divorce flounders
Nigel Farage's upstart is poised to make a splash in Thursday's European elections, his upstart Brexit Party, polling ahead of all others in voter intentions, including the U.K.'s governing Conservatives and opposition Labour.



CBC Top Stories
May 22, 2019

U.S. anti-abortion activists once 'chipped away' at Roe vs. Wade — now they've picked up a sledgehammer
The anti-abortion movement is hitting an aggressive new stride in the United States. Whether it breaks into a sprint toward the Supreme Court is worrying reproductive rights activists amid a renewed push to reverse the long-standing precedent that legalized abortions.



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May 22, 2019

Trump is planning a state visit to the U.K. — but what about Canada?
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence is coming to Canada next week to meet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to discuss what the U.S. embassy calls the "swift adoption" of the new NAFTA — but there's no sign of U.S. President Donald Trump planning a similar visit north of the border.



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