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Oct 03, 2022

The National | Iran protests, Car thefts, Maternal deaths
Oct. 3, 2022 | Iran's crackdown on human rights protestors intensifies. Plus, why doctors are sounding the alarm about maternal deaths in Canada.



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Oct 03, 2022

Trudeau expected to testify at Emergencies Act inquiry, PMO says
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to testify during the public inquiry looking into the invocation of the federal Emergencies Act during February's Freedom Convoy protests in Ottawa, according to his office.



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Oct 03, 2022

North Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan, prompting evacuation alert for some
The Japanese government warned citizens to take cover as the missile appeared to have flown over and past its territory before falling into the Pacific Ocean. But it said it did not use any defence measures to destroy the missile.



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Oct 03, 2022

Prairie premiers, U.S. governors urge Canada, U.S. to keep border crossings open longer
Canada's Prairie premiers and two U.S. governors want their respective countries to restore pre-pandemic operating hours at entry points along their shared land border.



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Oct 03, 2022

Minimum wage goes up in 6 provinces, but some advocates say workers need more
Canadian workers earning minimum wage in several provinces are now seeing an increase in their paycheques.



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Oct 03, 2022

Trump accuses CNN of 'libel and slander' in lawsuit, asks for $475M
Former U.S. president Donald Trump sued CNN in federal court in Florida for defamation on Monday, seeking $475 million US in punitive damages, a court filing showed.



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Oct 03, 2022

Trump accuses CNN of 'libel and slander' in lawsuit, asks for $475M US
Former U.S. president Donald Trump sued CNN in federal court in Florida for defamation on Monday, seeking $475 million US in punitive damages, a court filing showed.



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Oct 03, 2022

Dancer Gurdeep Pandher goes to CN Tower to bring Bhangra to new heights
Gurdheep Pandher has been travelling far and wide to popularize Bhangra dancing across the country. On Monday morning, the Sikh-Canadian dancer travelled 114 storeys above Toronto to fight poverty, joining hundreds at the CN Tower to lead what organizers say is the highest Bhangra ever performed in North America. 



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Oct 03, 2022

This Hour Has 22 Minutes taking aim at inflation, racism in 30th season
This Hour Has 22 Minutes will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a special broadcast in front of a live studio audience on Tuesday. Mark Critch says they plan to introduce perspectives on topics such as the cost of living, inflation, racism, and many more Canadian politicians.



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Oct 03, 2022

Look up! You may get to see the northern lights tonight
The sun is literally bursting with activity, which bodes well for those hoping to see the northern lights, particularly in the coming days.



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Oct 03, 2022

Oath Keepers founder sent 'torches and pitchforks' message, prosecutors tell Jan. 6 riot trial
Prosecutors urged members of a jury to convict Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and four others for their roles in storming the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, saying they formed an "armed rebellion" to disrupt the peaceful transfer of power.



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Oct 03, 2022

Oath Keepers leader spoke of 'civil war' ahead of Jan. 6 Capitol attack, prosecutors say
Prosecutors on Monday urged a jury to convict Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and four others for their roles in storming the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, alleging they plotted to do whatever it took to prevent the transfer of presidential power.



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Oct 03, 2022

Biden pledges $60M for hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico
U.S. President Joe Biden has pledged that the government will not abandon Puerto Rico as it starts to rebuild again, five years after the more powerful Hurricane Maria devastated the U.S. territory in 2017.



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Oct 03, 2022

Federal minister signs deal to return land to Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller agreed to hand over a 120-hectare plot of land to the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte band council, along with roughly $31 million in compensation, at a ceremonial signing Monday.



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Oct 03, 2022

6 youths charged with 'multiple hate-motivated offences' after assault near Ottawa high school
Ottawa police say six youths are facing charges including robbery and intimidation after an assault in early September.



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Oct 03, 2022

Emotional abuse and sexual misconduct were systemic in National Women's Soccer League, investigation finds
An independent investigation into the scandals that erupted in the National Women's Soccer League last season found emotional abuse and sexual misconduct were systemic in the sport, impacting multiple teams, coaches and players, according to a report released Monday.



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Oct 03, 2022

Emotional abuse, sexual misconduct systemic in U.S.-based National Women's Soccer League, investigation finds
An independent investigation into the scandals that erupted in the U.S.-based National Women's Soccer League last season found emotional abuse and sexual misconduct were systemic in the sport, impacting multiple teams, coaches and players, according to a report released Monday.



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Oct 03, 2022

Ringo Starr cancels 5 Canadian shows after COVID-19 diagnosis
Ringo Starr is cancelling five Canadian shows this month after the former Beatles drummer tested positive for COVID-19.



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Oct 03, 2022

For some students in the North, commuting to high school means moving hundreds of kilometres from home
Students can finish high school in 22 of the N.W.T.'s 33 communities. Schools in eight of them, however, do not offer classes beyond Grade 9, while two only offer classes until Grade 10.



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Oct 03, 2022

Activist Sacheen Littlefeather, who declined Brando's Oscar on his behalf, dead at 75
Sacheen Littlefeather, the actor and activist who declined Marlon Brando's 1973 Academy Award for The Godfather on his behalf in an indelible protest of how Indigenous people in the U.S. had been portrayed on screen, has died.



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Oct 03, 2022

Indigenous mother receives apology after son's preschool class crafted headdresses for Orange Shirt Day
A Lytton First Nations mother has received an apology after she posted a TikTok video about a headdress that her son had to craft at a preschool in Coquitlam, B.C.



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Oct 03, 2022

Indigenous mother receives apology for 'wildly inappropriate' headdress craft activity at B.C. preschool
A Lytton First Nations mother has received an apology after she posted a TikTok video about a headdress that her son had to craft at a preschool in Coquitlam, B.C.



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Oct 03, 2022

Ukraine makes major new breakthrough on southern front, days after supposed annexation
Ukrainian troops recaptured villages along the west bank of the Dnipro River in southern Ukraine on Monday in a major new breakthrough, opening a second big front that is forcing Moscow to abandon ground just days after claiming to annex it.



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Oct 03, 2022

Iran's supreme leader blames U.S., Israel for Mahsa Amini protests
Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, responded publicly on Monday to the biggest protests in Iran in years, breaking weeks of silence to condemn what he called "rioting" and accuse the United States and Israel of planning the protests.



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Oct 03, 2022

Ottawa sanctions 34 Iranian officials and entities — Liberal MP says it's not enough
The federal government is slapping sanctions on 34 Iranians and Iranian entities, including members of the country's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and morality police — but a Liberal member of Parliament says the sanctions are "too little, too late."



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Oct 03, 2022

Federal government sanctions 34 Iranian officials and entities
The federal government is slapping sanctions on 34 Iranians and Iranian entities, including the country's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and morality police.



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Oct 03, 2022

Kim Kardashian hit with $1.26M fine by SEC for crypto promotion
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charged reality television star Kim Kardashian on Monday for unlawfully touting crypto security, the agency said in a statement.



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Oct 03, 2022

Medicine Hat, Alta., said it ended homelessness a year ago. It didn't last long
Last year, this southeastern Alberta city of 63,000 said it ended homelessness in a declaration that drew national attention. However, that status lasted just five months. The city is now trying to find out how big the problem has become and what needs to be done.



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Oct 03, 2022

17 children among the dead in Indonesian soccer stampede
Seventeen children were among at least 125 people killed in a soccer stampede in Indonesia on the weekend, officials said, as pressure grew on the Southeast Asian nation to explain how one of the world's worst stadium disasters unfolded.



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Oct 03, 2022

Southwestern Manitoba First Nation denied access to search for unmarked graves
Sioux Valley Dakota Nation's Missing Children Project team wants to search for graves of children who attended the former Brandon Residential School, but they need access to private property on Turtle Crossing Campground and it's been denied.



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Oct 03, 2022

Swedish geneticist wins Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
This year's Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to Swedish geneticist Svante Pääbo for his discoveries on human evolution.



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Oct 03, 2022

10s of thousands of P.E.I. residents still without power 10 days after Fiona
As the 10th day after post-tropical storm Fiona dawns on P.E.I. life is in many ways returning to normal, but an estimated 40,000 are still waking up without electricity, meaning no light, heat, hot water, poor internet connections, and in many cases no running water.



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Oct 03, 2022

18,000 Maritime Electric customers on P.E.I. still without power 10 days after Fiona
As the 10th day after post-tropical storm Fiona dawns on P.E.I. life is in some ways returning to normal — but about 18,000 Maritime Electric customers are waking up without electricity, meaning no light, heat, hot water, poor internet connections, and for some, no running water either.



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Oct 03, 2022

More P.E.I. communities will have power back by Wednesday, Maritime Electric says
Thousands of Prince Edward Island households still without power should have their lights back on by Wednesday, Kim Griffin of Maritime Electric told a briefing on Monday.



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Oct 03, 2022

Real versus fake: how replica guns can pose real problems
A youth facing weapons charges after a gun incident at a Regina high school has reignited the conversation about how replica guns can pose issues for police, victims and those accused of using them.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 03, 2022

'I don't know if I'm going to wake up': Mothers share stories of pregnancy-related complications




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Oct 03, 2022

Canada significantly undercounts maternal deaths — doctors are sounding the alarm




CBC Top Stories
Oct 03, 2022

Canada significantly undercounts maternal deaths, and doctors are sounding the alarm




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Oct 03, 2022

People with lived experience of addiction are helping an Ontario city tackle its overdose crisis
Faced with growing overdoses in small towns and cities across northwestern Ontario, a new program is developed to connect people with lived experience of addiction to those still actively using drugs in the hopes of saving lives.



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Oct 03, 2022

Why Torontonians are facing a 'staggering' spike in auto thefts — and what police are doing about it
Auto thefts are up nearly 45 per cent in Toronto compared with last year. A CBC News investigation is digging into why an increasing number of Torontonians are falling victim to thefts and what community groups, politicians and police are trying to do to stem the rising wave of crimes.



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Oct 02, 2022

Ambassador Bridge reopens after police close crossing, citing suspicious package
The Ambassador Bridge, which links Windsor, Ont. to Detrot, will reopen shortly after police closed it Sunday evening, saying they were investigating a suspicious package.



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Oct 02, 2022

The National | Soccer riot, Hurricane Ian aftermath, Gas prices
Oct. 2, 2022 | A stadium riot in Indonesia leaves a staggering death toll. Plus, what's driving surging gas prices in some cities.



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Oct 02, 2022

Canada's Mackenzie Hughes beats Sepp Straka in playoff to win Sanderson Farms Championship
Mackenzie Hughes of Dundas, Ont. defeated Sepp Straka of Vienna, Austria in an intense playoff Sunday to win the Sanderson Farms Championship in Jackson, Mississippi.



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Oct 02, 2022

Federal minister calls Alberta minister's pushback to firearm buyback 'reckless'
The federal minister of public safety says Alberta's justice minister is engaging in "political brinkmanship" regarding Ottawa's assault weapon buyback program — and the RCMP's role in it.



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Oct 02, 2022

Bridge leading to former residential school on Vancouver Island vandalized with racial slur
The Tseshaht First Nation is condemning an act of hate after a bridge leading to a former residential school in Vancouver Island was defaced with an anti-Indigenous slur on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.



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Oct 02, 2022

Canada's top soldier worries about Forces' readiness amid domestic and international demands
Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre says the Canadian Armed Forces is facing demands both foreign and domestic, as it grapples with equipment and personnel challenges.



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Oct 02, 2022

Facing foreign conflicts, domestic disasters, Canada's top soldier worries about readiness
Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre says the Canadian Armed Forces is facing demands both foreign and domestic, as it grapples with equipment and personnel challenges.



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Oct 02, 2022

Cardinals D-lineman J.J. Watt says he's playing 4 days after irregular heart rhythm
Arizona Cardinals defensive end J.J. Watt says he had his heart shocked into rhythm after going into atrial fibrillation this week, and he still plans to play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.



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Oct 02, 2022

Cardinals D-lineman J.J. Watt thankful to be playing after atrial fibrillation
Arizona Cardinals defensive end J.J. Watt says he had his heart shocked into rhythm after going into atrial fibrillation this week, and he still plans to play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers.



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Oct 02, 2022

How much of Fiona is covered by insurance?; Canada bans puppy imports: CBC's Marketplace cheat sheet
CBC Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week starting Sept. 26, 2022.



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Oct 02, 2022

This remote First Nations community in Manitoba now has a grocery store to call its own
People living on a northern Manitoba Cree Nation are celebrating the opening of a new community-owned grocery store they say will give them independence and allow them to stop paying exorbitant prices for food.



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Oct 02, 2022

Brazil presidential race heads to runoff as Lula tops 1st round, Bolsonaro outperforms polling
Former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva of the leftist Workers' Party got the most votes in Brazil's presidential election Sunday, but not enough to avoid a runoff vote against his far-right rival, incumbent Jair Bolsonaro.



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Oct 02, 2022

Brazil votes in highly polarized presidential election
Brazilians were voting on Sunday in a highly polarized election that could determine if the country returns a leftist to the helm of the world's fourth-largest democracy or keeps the far-right incumbent in office for another four years.



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Oct 02, 2022

Brazil votes in most polarized election in decades
Brazilians are voting in the first round of their country's most polarized election in decades, with leftist Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva favoured to beat right-wing incumbent Jair Bolsonaro.



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Oct 02, 2022

Fiona unveils quirky finds on the beaches of P.E.I.
Some interesting items are being found along P.E.I.'s coastline after post-tropical storm Fiona dragged sand away with its storm surge. Among the items: two late model cars, and a walrus skull that could be thousands of years old.



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Oct 02, 2022

Hurricane Ian death toll hits 54 as nearly 1 million customers still without power
Rescuers evacuated stunned survivors on a large barrier island cut off by Hurricane Ian and Florida's death toll climbed sharply, as hundreds of thousands of people were still sweltering without power, days after the monster storm rampaged from the state's southwestern coast up to the Carolinas.



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Oct 02, 2022

Hurricane Ian death toll rises to 54 as federal officials vow major aid
With the death toll from Hurricane Ian rising and hundreds of thousands of people without power in Florida and the Carolinas, U.S. officials vowed Sunday to unleash an unprecedented amount of federal disaster aid as crews scrambled to rescue people stranded by the storm.



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Oct 02, 2022

Inside ERs at a breaking point, staff provide care while juggling shortages and closures
Many doctors and nurses across Canada have been calling for help for months, as the COVID-19 pandemic overwhelmed resources that they say were already stretched, and has led to an unparalleled wave of staff shortages that they say has now reached a breaking point.



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Oct 02, 2022

I was proud to work in oil and gas. But with layoffs and wage cuts, all I cared about was my crew
Dave Mackenzie supervised welding crews that built massive steel structures for oil and gas fields. But with so many layoffs in a struggling industry, he reflects on what his career and crew meant to him.



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Oct 02, 2022

Not sure who to vote for in the Quebec election? Here are some tools to help you decide
Whether you've not followed Quebec politics at all or are on the fence about who to vote for, here is some of our best election coverage to help you make a decision before you head to the polls Monday.



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Oct 02, 2022

Few federal employees taking part in Indigenous training sessions from public service school
The federal government offers its employees a variety of Indigenous cultural awareness and sensitivity programs, but participation in the optional sessions is relatively low.



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Oct 02, 2022

What could the coronation of King Charles look like?
Virtually nothing is publicly known about plans for King Charles's coronation. But the ceremony steeped in royal and religious tradition seems likely to have at least a few marked changes from the three-hour spectacle that saw his late mother, Queen Elizabeth, crowned on a rainy day in June of 1953.



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Oct 02, 2022

Some RCMP officers still aren't taking sexual assault claims seriously enough, watchdog says
The civilian watchdog agency overseeing the RCMP routinely takes Mounties to task for bungling sexual assault investigations, despite the RCMP's promises to do better.



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Oct 01, 2022

Soccer stadium crush in Indonesia leaves 125 dead as president orders investigation
Police firing tear gas after an Indonesian soccer match in an attempt to stop violence triggered a disastrous crush of fans making a panicked, chaotic run for the exits, leaving at least 125 people dead, most of them trampled upon or suffocated.



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Oct 01, 2022

Death toll revised to 125 after soccer stadium crush in Indonesia
The death toll from a crush of soccer fans as police in Indonesia fired tear gas to quell a rampage on the stadium field was lowered to 125 on Sunday after authorities said some of the victims were counted twice.



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Oct 01, 2022

127 killed in stampede at Indonesian soccer match after police fired tear gas at crowd
A stampede at a soccer match in Indonesia led to 127 deaths and 180 people injured following crowd trouble, police said on Sunday.



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Oct 01, 2022

129 dead at Indonesian soccer match after police fire tear gas, causing clashing fans to stampede
Panic at an Indonesian soccer match after police fired tear gas to stop brawls left 129 dead, mostly trampled to death, police said Sunday.



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Oct 01, 2022

174 dead in stampede after Indonesian soccer match
The death toll from panic at an Indonesian soccer match climbed to 174, most of whom trampled to death after police fired tear gas to dispel riots, making it one of the deadliest sports events in the world.



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Oct 01, 2022

Demonstrators in Canadian cities call for change in Iran after Mahsa Amini's death
Demonstrations were held in Canadian cities on Saturday in solidarity with people in Iran protesting over the repression of women's rights following the death of Mahsa Amini after she was detained by the country's morality police.



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Oct 01, 2022

Nord Stream 2 pipeline leak appears to have halted, Danish agency says
One of two ruptured natural gas pipelines in the Baltic Sea appears to have stopped leaking natural gas, according to the Danish Energy Agency.



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Oct 01, 2022

French Embassy attacked in Burkina Faso capital hours after coup sees leader ousted
Angry protesters attacked the French Embassy in Burkina Faso's capital Saturday after supporters of the West African nation's new coup leader accused France of harbouring the ousted interim president, a charge French authorities vehemently denied.



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Oct 01, 2022

Former senator Don Meredith charged with 3 counts of sexual assault
Former Canadian senator Don Meredith has been charged by Ottawa police with three counts of sexual assault and one count of criminal harassment.



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Oct 01, 2022

Former senator Don Meredith charged with sexual assault by Ottawa police
Former Canadian senator Don Meredith has been charged by Ottawa police with three counts of sexual assault and one count of criminal harassment.



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Oct 01, 2022

Curling supremacy is up for grabs — and Canada's spot at the top is not guaranteed
A new Olympic cycle has begun, signaling the start of a four-year grind for Canada's elite curlers who have hopes of wearing the maple leaf at the next Winter Games in 2026.



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Oct 01, 2022

Sask. government tells RCMP it will not support federal firearm buyback
Saskatchewan's Minister of Policing and Public Safety Christine Tell says she does not want provincial police resources involved in a federal firearm buyback program, a position the federal government says is reckless.



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Oct 01, 2022

This Ontario high schooler changed his mind on voting. Here's why he'll cast a ballot this October
Despite my activism, on June 2, I didn't vote in the provincial election — the first time I would have been eligible to do so. Just a few months later, I feel differently. This time, in the municipal election, I will vote — here's why.



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Oct 01, 2022

At 18, I only recently realized the importance of community engagement and politics
Despite my activism, on June 2, I didn't vote in the provincial election — the first time I would have been eligible to do so. Just a few months later, I feel differently. This time, in the municipal election, I will vote — here's why.



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Oct 01, 2022

Russia pulls troops from Lyman after Ukrainian forces encircle city
After being encircled by Ukrainian forces, Russia pulled troops out Saturday from an eastern Ukrainian city that it had been using as a front-line hub. It was the latest victory for the Ukrainian counteroffensive that has humiliated and angered the Kremlin.



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Oct 01, 2022

Russia seized head of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine says
Ukraine's nuclear power provider has accused Russia of "kidnapping" the head of Europe's largest nuclear power plant, a facility now occupied by Russian troops and located in a region of Ukraine that Russian President Vladimir Putin has moved to annex illegally.



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Oct 01, 2022

Rescuers in Florida search for survivors as Carolinas stunned by Hurricane Ian's damage
Rescuers searched for survivors among the ruins of Florida homes flooded by Hurricane Ian, while authorities in the Carolinas began to assess damage from the storm's second strike.



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Oct 01, 2022

Florida searches for survivors as South Carolina assesses Hurricane Ian's damage
Rescuers searched for survivors among the ruins of Florida's flooded homes from Hurricane Ian, while authorities in South Carolina began to assess damage from the storm's second strike.



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Oct 01, 2022

Florida searches for survivors, South Carolina waits for daylight view of Hurricane Ian's damage
Rescuers searched for survivors among the ruins of Florida's flooded homes from Hurricane Ian while authorities in South Carolina waited for daylight to assess damage from the storm's second strike.



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Oct 01, 2022

After 3rd major storm in 5 years, Magdalen Islanders say they're on 'front line' of climate change
With the latest evidence of just how much damage one ferocious storm can wreak, many islanders hope political leaders can now see the urgency of the situation and just what it will take to save their foothold in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.



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Oct 01, 2022

Runners, race organizers rethinking 'sacred' medal tradition
For many runners, the race isn't finished until they have that medal around their neck. But with mounting supply-chain problems and environmental concerns, some Ottawa-area event organizers are rethinking the bling.



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Oct 01, 2022

Nord Stream pipeline leak in Baltic Sea could cement Europe's shift to renewables — eventually
Before the Nord Stream gas pipelines under the Baltic Sea sprung massive leaks this week, spewing out tons of methane into the water and atmosphere, Europe had started planning for a long-term future without Russian gas — prompted by Putin's war in Ukraine. 



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Oct 01, 2022

New Omicron strains on the horizon could drive future COVID waves
Omicron continues to mutate and produce new strains that have been shown to better evade immunity and have the potential to drive new COVID waves.



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Oct 01, 2022

How Quebec's 1995 referendum was a turning point for racist comments in political discourse that's still felt
Immigration has dominated political discourse in the last days and weeks of the campaign. Some see parallels between CAQ comments and former premier Jacques Parizeau blaming his 1995 referendum loss on "money and ethnic votes."



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Oct 01, 2022

Former MPs find new paths and purpose after politics
'Losing sucks,' said Maryam Monsef, the former Trudeau cabinet minister who lost her seat in 2021. But like virtually every defeated member of Parliament before her, Monsef learned that losing isn't quite the end of the world — and life after politics can be rewarding as well.



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Oct 01, 2022

In Fiona's wake, politicians reflect on Canadians' kindness after natural disasters
MPs Matthew Kelloway and Brad Vis reflect on lessons learned from helping their communities cope with major natural disasters.



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Oct 01, 2022

Scientists watching Omicron's next COVID curveball closely
Omicron continues to mutate and produce new strains that have been shown to better evade immunity and have the potential to drive new COVID waves.



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Oct 01, 2022

Vladimir Putin has raised the stakes in the Ukraine war. Now what?
Vladimir Putin followed through on his threat to annex occupied Ukrainian territories, thereby drastically raising the stakes in his war on Ukraine. What comes next though is unclear. Putin has framed the conflict as a much broader fight against Western nations, and has threatened to use nuclear weapons to achieve his goals.



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Oct 01, 2022

We let our 94-year-old father die, and I'm haunted by our choice
Glenn Mori kept expecting to see his father in his room in his retirement home even after his death.



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Oct 01, 2022

What do I need to know about this year's flu shot?
Some pharmacists say many people have questions about the timing of their annual flu shot, which will coincide with the availability of bivalent COVID-19 vaccines. Here's what we know about this year's flu shot.



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Oct 01, 2022

Why some runners and race organizers are rethinking medal tradition
For many runners, the race isn't finished until they have that medal around their neck. But with mounting supply-chain problems and environmental concerns, some Ottawa-area event organizers are rethinking the bling.



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Sep 30, 2022

The fight to reclaim traditional Indigenous names
Some Indigneous people are facing difficulties reclaiming their traditional names as Indigenous symbols are still excluded from being printed on birth certificates and health cards in some provinces and territories.



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Sep 30, 2022

Albertans step up to help Atlantic Canada recover from Fiona
Alberta is home to many East Coasters, who are feeling helpless as family and friends in Atlantic Canada deal with the clean-up from Fiona. Now, they are organizing fundraisers to help with recovery efforts.



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Sep 30, 2022

ArriveCan's proposed rebrand as a customs tool
The mandatory use of the ArriveCAN app is being dropped along with other pandemic restrictions such as masking. But Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is hoping people will continue to use it voluntarily as a way to fill out customs information before arriving in Canada.



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Sep 30, 2022

Lululemon settles lawsuit with Peloton over allegations of 'copycat' clothing
Two of North America's biggest names in fitness have settled a lawsuit over allegations of "copycat" sports bras and workout tights.



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Sep 30, 2022

Burkina Faso soldiers launch counter-coup 9 months after last political upheaval
More than a dozen members of Burkina Faso's army seized control of state television late Friday, declaring that the country's coup leader-turned-president, Lt.-Col. Paul Henri Sandaogo Damiba, had been overthrown.



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Sep 30, 2022

This two-spirit advocate uses TikTok to push past reconciliation — and towards action
Kairyn Potts is a two-spirit youth advocate and former social worker from the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation near Edmonton who has amassed hundreds of thousands of followers on Instagram, Twitch, Snaptchat and TikTok. He says Indigenous representation on those platforms is literally lifesaving.



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