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Aug 20, 2018

Liberals' pilot project gives workers in 13 regions in Canada additional 5 weeks of EI
Seasonal workers living in select parts of Canada will be eligible for up to an additional five weeks of employment insurance under a new Liberal pilot project.



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Aug 20, 2018

Air quality plummets across B.C. as wildfire smoke blankets province
More smoky, hazy air is expected to blanket much of the province today as nearly 600 wildfires continue to rage across British Columbia.



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Aug 20, 2018

Bridge cable damage months ago but no action taken, Italian media report
Engineering experts determined in February that corrosion of the metal cables supporting the Genoa highway bridge had reduced the bridge's strength by 20 per cent — a finding that came months before it collapsed last week, an Italian newsmagazine reported Monday.



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Aug 20, 2018

Bridge cable damaged months ago but no action taken, Italian media report
Engineering experts determined in February that corrosion of the metal cables supporting the Genoa highway bridge had reduced the bridge's strength by 20 per cent — a finding that came months before it collapsed last week, an Italian newsmagazine reported Monday.



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Aug 20, 2018

#MeToo activist Asia Argento settled sex assault complaint from her own accuser, NYT reports
Italian actress Asia Argento — one of the most prominent activists of the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment — recently settled a complaint filed against her by a young actor and musician who said she sexually assaulted him when he was 17, the New York Times reported.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

Feds poised to beef up bill to prevent foreign election interference
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his newly shuffled cabinet will focus squarely on next year's election at a two-day retreat this week — including a hard look at the very laws governing elections.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

'We showed no care for the little ones': Pope's letter vows to end sex abuse, coverups
Pope Francis has issued a letter to Catholics around the world condemning the "crime" of priestly sexual abuse and coverup and demanding accountability, in response to new revelations in the United States of decades of misconduct by the Catholic Church.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

Bank teller turned bank robber recalls his 1958 heist
Boyne Johnston was a 25-year-old bank teller in downtown Ottawa when, one day in 1958, he walked out the door with $260,000. This is his story.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

Dog severely injures 2 children in Montreal North
Two siblings were seriously injured during a dog attack in a Montreal North apartment. The dog could be euthanized in accordance with the city's new animal control bylaw.



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Aug 20, 2018

South Koreans enter North to meet relatives separated decades ago by war
Dozens of elderly South Koreans have crossed the heavily fortified border into North Korea for heart-wrenching meetings with relatives most haven't seen since they were separated by the turmoil of the Korean War.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

Tossing contact lenses in the sink or toilet? They could end up as microplastics in waterways
Researchers say there is a simple way to convince people to stop flushing their contact lenses down the drain: Show them the numbers.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

U.K. real estate firm brings its full-service, no-commission model to Canada: Don Pittis
Expect Purplebricks real estate signs to show up soon in Canada after the U.K.-based discount seller buys into the Canadian market.



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Aug 20, 2018

U.K.'s Purplebricks comes to Canada in a bid for real estate disruption: Don Pittis
Expect Purplebricks real estate signs to show up soon in Canada after the U.K.-based discount seller buys into the Canadian market.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

Canadian travellers should welcome unionization at WestJet
We need airline workers to feel that they can speak out about safety issues without fear of losing their jobs. Unions help ensure that they can. It's a win-win for workers and travellers.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

Liberals' plan to revamp resource approval process facing fight on two fronts
The Liberal government's efforts to rewrite the rules for approving major national resource projects in Canada is facing an increasingly tough battle as opposition to the changes strengthens on two distinct fronts.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

Northern defence upgrades part of plan to protect Canada's Arctic, Sajjan says
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan's Northern tour didn't come with any new spending announcements. Instead he talked up the importance of projects nearing completion, that he says will bolster Canada's claim to Arctic sovereignty.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

How flushed contact lenses add to microplastic pollution in waterways
Researchers say there is a simple way to convince people to stop flushing their contact lenses down the drain: Show them the numbers.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

Are upgrades at Canada's northernmost military facility enough to guarantee Arctic sovereignty?
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan's Northern tour didn't come with any new spending announcements. Instead he talked up the importance of projects nearing completion, that he says will bolster Canada's claim to Arctic sovereignty.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

Afghan forces free 149 people taken by Taliban, 21 still held
Government forces have freed 149 people — including women and children — who were abducted by the Taliban just hours earlier in the province of Kunduz, Afghan officials say.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

Taliban take at least 100 people hostage, Afghanistan officials say
Afghan officials say the Taliban have taken more than 100 people, including women and children, hostage in an ambush in the country's north.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 20, 2018

Earthquake swarm jolts Indonesian islands, killing at least 12
Multiple strong earthquakes killed at least 12 people on the Indonesian islands of Lombok and Sumbawa as the region was trying to recover from a temblor earlier this month that killed hundreds of people.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

U.K. woman rescued after falling from cruise ship, spending 10 hours in Adriatic Sea
A British woman was rescued Sunday after falling from a cruise ship and spending 10 hours in the Adriatic Sea at night, Croatia's coast guard said.



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Aug 19, 2018

Trudeau formally announces he'll run again in next year's election
The Liberal leader formally announced his nomination at a party event Sunday in his Montreal riding of Papineau.



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Aug 19, 2018

At least 19 killed by militants in northeast Nigeria, survivor says
At least 19 people were killed in a militant attack on a village in northeast Nigeria in the early hours of Sunday, a survivor of the attack said. The strike is the latest blow to Nigeria's efforts to defeat insurgencies by the Nigerian Islamist Boko Haram group and Islamic State in West Africa (ISWA).



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

All eyes on Andrew Scheer as Conservative convention set for Halifax
After a week of internal caucus squabbles, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer will try to refocus the spotlight on trying to convince Canadians his party is a government-in-waiting.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

B.C. Wildfires 2018: Flights cancelled as smoke chokes airports
Flights at several airports in B.C.'s Interior and West Kootenay regions have been cancelled or delayed Sunday as wildfire smoke continues hang over the province.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Flights cancelled as B.C. wildfire smoke chokes airports
Flights at several airports in B.C.'s Interior and West Kootenay regions have been cancelled or delayed Sunday as wildfire smoke continues hang over the province.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Former CIA director Brennan considers legal action to stop clearance revocations
Former CIA director John Brennan said Sunday that he is considering taking legal action to try to prevent U.S. President Donald Trump from stripping other current and former officials' security clearances.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Brazil to send in troops after Venezuelan migrants attacked in border town
The Brazilian government plans to send troops to the border town of Pacaraima after residents there attacked Venezuelan migrants.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Canadian IndyCar driver suffers 'orthopedic injuries' after violent crash
Canada's Robert Wickens went soaring into the fence at Pocono Raceway in a scary wreck that brought Sunday's IndyCar race to a halt.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Canadian IndyCar driver suffers multiple injuries after violent crash
Canada's Robert Wickens went soaring into the fence at Pocono Raceway in a scary wreck that brought Sunday's IndyCar race to a halt.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Trump blasts New York Times for story on White House lawyer Don McGahn
U.S. President Donald Trump insisted Sunday that White House lawyer Don McGahn isn't "a John Dean type RAT," making reference to the Watergate-era White House attorney who turned on Richard Nixon.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Online sale of pot after legalization raises privacy concerns, experts say
Buyers who have to provide personal information to purchase recreational pot online after legalization this fall should be able to rely on existing laws to protect their privacy but the issue needs to be watched closely to ensure regulations are obeyed and mistakes are avoided, experts say.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

'Disjointed' communication hinders B.C. First Nations in wildfire fight, leaders say
A fragmented system that makes British Columbia responsible for regional districts but gives the federal government authority for First Nations is hampering Indigenous groups in the wildfire fight, community leaders say.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Justin Trudeau speaks before Montreal Pride parade LIVE
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to deliver brief remarks in Montreal before the start of the city's Pride parade.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

800,000 displaced in flooding in southern Indian state
Some 800,000 people have been displaced and over 350 have died in the worst flooding in a century in southern India's Kerala state.



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Aug 19, 2018

At least 2 dead after Indonesia's Lombok island hit by more earthquakes
A shallow magnitude-6.9 quake that hit just after 10 p.m. local time on Sunday was one of several powerful earthquakes in the northeast part of the island that also caused landslides. The nighttime quake was followed by strong aftershocks.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

At least 3 dead after Indonesia's Lombok island hit by more earthquakes
Multiple strong earthquakes cut power across the Indonesian island of Lombok, toppled buildings and killed at least three people as the tourist hotspot was trying to recover from a temblor earlier this month that killed hundreds of people.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Indonesia's Lombok island jolted by 3 more earthquakes
Strong earthquakes jolted the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok on Sunday, causing power blackouts, landslides and damage to buildings, as the island tries to recover from a temblor earlier this month that killed hundreds of people.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Indonesian island hit by another quake, causing landslides
A strong earthquake jolted the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok on Sunday, causing landslides and damaging buildings, as the island tries to recover from a temblor earlier this month that killed hundreds of people.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Strong earthquakes trigger landslides, blackouts on Indonesian island
Strong earthquakes jolted the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok on Sunday, causing power blackouts, landslides and damage to buildings, as the island tries to recover from a temblor earlier this month that killed hundreds of people.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Google's following you and Greyhound bus deserts: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer news you need from the week, including how Google apps track you, what alternatives Western communities will be left with once Greyhound leaves and Airbnb's willingness to be regulated.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Iran says U.S. 'action group' will fail to overthrow Iranian state
Iran's foreign minister said on Sunday that a newly established Iran Action Group in the U.S. State Department aims to overthrow the Iranian state, but it would fail.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Fans injured in storm at Backstreet Boys Oklahoma concert
An outdoor concert in Oklahoma featuring the Backstreet Boys and 98 Degrees was cancelled after a storm with high winds and rain hit, injuring at least 14 people.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

Hong Kong democracy movement bides its time in face of legal onslaught from China
The pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong is a far cry from the one that blocked busy streets four years ago. The tone in the streets today is one of resignation, not rebellion, as the governments of China and Hong Kong make it clear they have little patience for dissent.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 19, 2018

How hydrogen could shake up Canada's energy sector
The use of hydrogen is still in its infancy, but the potential is significant for how one of the most abundant elements in the world could change the country's transportation, electricity and energy sectors.



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Aug 19, 2018

Indian relay sport giving youth a 'chance to become something'
A traditional Indigenous sport is growing in popularity in Canada with young horse riders who are finding a new purpose in life.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

Merkel, Putin tackle tough topics in meeting outside Berlin
Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel met outside Berlin on Saturday for talks ranging from the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria, to Iran and a gas pipeline project that has drawn U.S. ire.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

Man charged with attempted murder after car crash outside U.K. Parliament
Sudanese-born British national Salih Khater was charged with two counts of attempted murder on Saturday and will appear in court on Monday after a car careered into people and a barrier at Britain's Parliament earlier this week, police said.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

3 N.W.T. plane crash victims were tourists from Alta., Sask.
The three people who died in Thursday's deadly plane crash near Fort Simpson, N.W.T., were tourists from Alberta and Saskatchewan who were on a day tour of the Nahanni National Park Reserve, according to the owner Simpson Air.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

'An unacceptable tragedy': Italy's president demands road safety guarantee
Italy's president demanded guarantees Saturday that all the nation's roads are safe following the Genoa highway bridge collapse, after he hugged and comforted mourners at a state funeral for many of the dead.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

Majority of B.C. — and 3 other provinces — under special weather statement due to wildfire smoke
The wildfire situation across B.C. largely held overnight despite fears that strong winds would whip up the flames, but smoke from the sheer volume of fire has left virtually all of the province in a haze.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

British Columbians capture photos of province burning
Across British Columbia, hundreds of fires have been burning all week, with some of the largest blazes being several times bigger than Vancouver.



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Aug 18, 2018

'Proud son of Ghana and Africa': Former UN secretary general Kofi Annan dies at age 80
Kofi Annan, one of the world's most celebrated diplomats and a charismatic symbol of the United Nations who rose through its ranks to become the first black African secretary general, has died.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

Former UN secretary general Kofi Annan dies at age 80
Former United Nations Secretary General and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Kofi Annan has died in a hospital in Bern, Switzerland.



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Aug 18, 2018

Heroes for a nation: 2 Fredericton police officers honoured at regimental funeral
Just over a week after they were killed in the line of duty along with two civilians, Fredericton police Constables Robb Costello and Sara Burns were honoured before more than 1,000 family members, friends and first responders from across Canada, in a regimental funeral filled with personal stories of love and dedication to their jobs.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

'Their ultimate sacrifice will never be forgotten': Thousands at funeral for 2 Fredericton police officers
More than 1,000 first responders and family members have filled the Aitken University Centre in Fredericton for the regimental funeral of Constables Robb Costello, 45, and Sara Burns, 43, today — just over a week after a shooting that also claimed the lives of two civilians.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

'We will never forget you': Fallen Fredericton police officers honoured at funeral
Just over a week after they were killed in the line of duty along with two civilians, Fredericton police Constables Robb Costello and Sara Burns are being honoured before more than 1,000 family members, friends and first responders from across Canada, in a funeral filled with personal stories of love and dedication to their jobs.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

Regimental funeral for 2 slain Fredericton police officers to be held today
A regimental funeral for two Fredericton police officers - one a 20-year veteran with four children, the other a constable and mother of three - will be held today in the New Brunswick capital, just over a week after a shooting that also claimed the lives of two civilians.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

Thousands expected at regimental funeral in Fredericton today for 2 police officers killed in shooting
A regimental funeral for two Fredericton police officers — one a 20-year veteran with four children, the other a constable and mother of three — will be held today in the New Brunswick capital, just over a week after a shooting that also claimed the lives of two civilians.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

Thousands gather for regimental funeral for 2 slain Fredericton police officers
Thousands have lined the streets of Fredericton along the route of a parade to honour two police officers, ahead of a regimental funeral in New Brunswick's capital — just over a week after a shooting that also claimed the lives of two civilians.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

Why scientists suspect proof of a turning point in Earth's history is sitting in a lake in Milton, Ont.
Some scientists believe human activity and technology have pushed us into a new geological epoch called the Anthropocene. What they still need to figure out though, is exactly when this turning point began. A team of researchers believes Crawford Lake west of Toronto has preserved the answer.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

'Something sacred about space': Canadian astronaut confident about co-operation with Russia ahead of upcoming
Space exploration may not quite be the final frontier of co-operation between Canada and Russia — but it's close, writes Chris Brown.



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Aug 18, 2018

Bad feelings between Canada and Russia don't matter in space, says astronaut David Saint-Jacques
Space exploration may not quite be the final frontier of cooperation between Canada and Russia — but it's close, writes Chris Brown.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

Bell, Rogers say CRTC's unlocked phone rule has sparked a crime spree
Bell and Rogers say new rules mandating that Canadian carriers sell unlocked phones have triggered a rise in phone thefts. But their submission to the CRTC is short on numbers and details.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

Frosty relations with Russia don't matter up in space, says Canada's soon-to-launch astronaut
Space exploration may not quite be the final frontier of co-operation between Canada and Russia — but it's close, writes Chris Brown.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

CRTC's unlocked phone rule has sparked a crime spree, Bell and Rogers say
Bell and Rogers say new rules mandating that Canadian carriers sell unlocked phones have triggered a rise in phone thefts. But their submission to the CRTC is short on numbers and details.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

Despite 'Good Samaritan' law, many drug users too scared of arrest to report overdoses
The government introduced the Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act in May 2017 to provide some amnesty for drug users - but a year after the legislation was passed, many people are still too scared to call for help because they fear arrest.



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Aug 18, 2018

Many drug users too afraid of arrest to report overdoses, despite federal 'Samaritan' law
The government introduced the Good Samaritan Drug Overdose Act in May 2017 to provide some amnesty for drug users - but a year after the legislation was passed, many people are still too scared to call for help because they fear arrest.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 18, 2018

Low-carb diets associated with lower life expectancy, study suggests
Many people have embraced low carbohydrate diets to lose weight, but they may be putting their long-term health at risk by eating too much animal protein and fat.



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Aug 18, 2018

RCMP commissioner 'not sure' handgun ban is the answer to gun violence
There are growing calls across the country for a handgun ban after a recent spate of shootings, but the new head of the RCMP isn't convinced.



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Aug 18, 2018

Let's clear up some misconceptions about cannabis addiction. First off: yes, it's real
A misconception I often hear is that if cannabis addiction is real, it must only be psychologically addicting, not physically addicting. This is not true.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 17, 2018

The National for August 17, 2018
Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News



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Aug 17, 2018

Mueller recommends 6 months in prison for Papadopoulos
Special counsel Robert Mueller recommends in a court filing that a judge sentence former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos to up to six months in prison for lying to federal agents investigating whether Russia interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.



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Aug 17, 2018

Sign vandalized after MP Maxime Bernier calls out Winnipeg park for 'extreme multiculturalism'
Days after Conservative MP Maxime Bernier singled out a Winnipeg park named after a Pakistani leader in an attempt to demonstrate that multiculturalism has gone too far, the park's new sign was vandalized.



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Aug 17, 2018

Canadians believe in immigration but concerned about asylum seekers: study
?Canadians are generally supportive of current immigration levels, a survey of public perceptions commissioned by the federal government suggests — but they are also worried and confused when it comes to the issue of asylum seekers.



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Aug 17, 2018

Funeral arrangements set for Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin
Aretha Franklin will be laid to rest at Detroit's Woodlawn Cemetery following an Aug. 31 funeral at Greater Grace Temple on the the city's west side.



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Aug 17, 2018

Smoke from raging B.C. fires seen from space by NASA satellite
The fires raging in British Columbia aren't just confined to the province: a NASA satellite captured the smoke as it blanketed the skies over Alberta and Saskatchewan earlier this week.



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Aug 17, 2018

2 navy members facing drug charges after morphine pills seized in Halifax
Two Canadian Armed Forces members were arrested in Halifax last month after RCMP were tipped off about drugs being mailed from Uganda.



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Aug 17, 2018

U.S. cuts $230M US in Syria aid, says no rebuilding funds until peace talks underway
The U.S. has cut $230 US million in reconstruction funding for Syria as officials insist the country is committed to staying in Syria to continue fighting ISIS militants.



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Aug 17, 2018

You'll never guess where Vladimir Putin is going to show up this weekend
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.



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Aug 17, 2018

3 dead after plane crash near Fort Simpson, N.W.T., 2 survivors treated
Three people died and two people — including the pilot — were treated after a Simpson Air flight went down Thursday night in the Northwest Territories.



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Aug 17, 2018

Brazil's 'Dr. Bumbum' faces murder charge after butt-lift patient dies
Brazilian prosecutors have filed a murder charge against celebrity plastic surgeon Denis Cesar Barros Furtado over the death of a patient who was given injections to enlarge her buttocks.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 17, 2018

How crossing into Canada helped this Little Leaguer reach the World Series
It was as if everything changed for Dio Gama the second he stepped into Canada three years ago to reunite with his family.



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Aug 17, 2018

Crews watch winds closely as B.C.'s biggest wildfire burns near Prince George
More than 150 firefighters and thousands of residents will be watching the weather in northern B.C. Friday as the largest fire in the province continues to burn, leaving people nearby cities and communities on edge.



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Aug 17, 2018

Crews watch winds closely as B.C.'s biggest wildfire grows near Prince George
More than 150 firefighters and thousands of residents will be watching the weather in northern B.C. on Friday as the largest fire in the province continues to burn, leaving people in nearby cities and communities on edge.



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Aug 17, 2018

B.C. crews watch winds closely as biggest wildfire burns near Prince George
More than 150 firefighters and thousands of residents will be watching the weather in northern B.C. Friday as the largest fire in the province continues to burn, leaving nearby cities and communities on edge.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 17, 2018

Tesla shares stumble as Musk tells newspaper he's cracking under stress
Tesla shares are falling Friday after CEO Elon Musk admitted in an interview with the New York Times that stress is taking a heavy toll on him.



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Aug 17, 2018

Security enhanced after death threats to judge in Paul Manafort trial
The jury in the bank and tax fraud trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort continued deliberating for a second day in Virginia under enhanced security, after death threats were made toward the judge.



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Aug 17, 2018

Judge lifts publication ban on details of deadly Fredericton shooting
A New Brunswick judge has lifted a publication ban on previously reported details about the Fredericton shooting a week ago that claimed the lives of two city police officers and two civilians.



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Aug 17, 2018

Canadian musicians on what made Aretha Franklin the Queen of Soul
Canadians artists mourn the passing of Aretha Franklin and remember the depth of talent that made her shine.



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Aug 17, 2018

Canada's inflation rate rises to 3%, highest level since 2011
Canada's inflation rate rose to its highest level since 2011 last month, as high energy prices along with higher prices for airline tickets and other forms of tourism to push the rate to three per cent.



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Aug 17, 2018

'McCarthy-era tactics': Former U.S. security leaders blast Trump for yanking clearance
Former U.S. security officials have issued scathing rebukes to U.S. President Donald Trump, admonishing him for yanking a top former spy chief's security clearance in what they cast as an act of political vengeance.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 17, 2018

Bank robber returns to the scene of his crime 60 years later — for lunch
In 1958, Boyne Johnston stole $260,000 from the Sparks Street bank in Ottawa where he worked as a teller. Six decades later, he dined at the restaurant now in its place.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 17, 2018

Trump cancels U.S. military parade, says he'll mark Veterans Day in Paris instead
U.S. President Donald Trump says he cancelled his military parade in Washington and would instead visit Paris on Nov. 11 to commemorate Veterans Day, after the Defence Department said it had postponed the event to at least next year.



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Aug 17, 2018

Trump military parade delayed until at least 2019 after cost reportedly hits $92M
The U.S. Defence Department says the Veterans Day military parade ordered by President Donald Trump, and that reportedly would cost tens of millions of dollars, won't happen in 2018.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 17, 2018

U.K. heatwave reveals previously hidden ancient farms, burial mounds
Weeks of dry, hot weather have revealed the outlines of several archeological sites across the U.K., including some dating back to prehistoric times. New aerial photos show settlements, field boundaries and burial monuments.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 17, 2018

Alleged Fredericton gunman tweeted about death of Moncton Mounties
The man accused of murdering four people in Fredericton, including two police officers, tweeted often about first-person shooter video games and, four years ago, about the deaths of three Moncton Mounties during that city's shocking shootings.



CBC Top Stories
Aug 17, 2018

The latest investment trend? Take low-fee a step further and make it free
A David and a Goliath have each shaken up the investment industry this month with new investment products that take the growing trend of low-fee investing one step further — charging no fees at all.



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Aug 17, 2018

The latest investment trend? Take low-fee one step further and make it free
A David and a Goliath have each shaken up the investment industry this month with new investment products that take the growing trend of low-fee investing one step further — charging no fees at all.



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