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Feb 08, 2023

Montreal-based company cuts ties with employees named in allegations against Robert G. Miller
After the resignation of Future Electronics CEO Robert G. Miller last week, the Montreal-based company has announced it has cut ties with all employees named in an investigation by Radio-Canada's Enquête and CBC's The Fifth Estate that alleged he paid teens for sex.



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Feb 08, 2023

Emmy-winning comic says Hamilton upbringing taught her how to laugh about nearly everything
Allana Harkin is now working on a sketch show for kids, following her work on late night's Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.



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Feb 08, 2023

Netflix rolls out new fees for password sharing in Canada
Netflix Canada is rolling out its long-anticipated plan to crack down on password sharing, one that will see customers who share their accounts across multiple locations pay an extra $8 a month.



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Feb 08, 2023

Doctor in southern Alberta community says maternity ward in crisis
Doctors have dwindled in the southern Alberta town of Pincher Creek, and the area's sole surgeon says he's been on-call 24 hours a day for years — something he says is hitting the community's rural maternity ward hard. 



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Feb 08, 2023

Federal government announces $500K for feasibility study of Winnipeg-area landfill search
The federal government says it will provide $500,000 to determine whether it's possible to recover human remains from a landfill near Winnipeg, after months of calls to search there for the bodies of two victims of an alleged serial killer.



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Feb 08, 2023

Federal government will match up to $10 million in donations for earthquake relief
The federal government says it will match up to $10 million in donations to the Canadian Red Cross for earthquake relief efforts in Turkey and Syria. The money is in addition to the $10 million in aid the government announced previously.



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Feb 08, 2023

Ottawa moves to reopen street at the heart of convoy protests
Ottawa city councillors voted in favour of reopening Wellington Street to vehicles Wednesday with a motion that leaves the door open to making the downtown roadway pedestrian-only for special events as soon as this summer. 



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Feb 08, 2023

Conservatives would keep Liberal health-care deal: Poilievre
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre said a government led by him would keep in place the Liberal government's recently proposed health-care deal with the provinces.



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Feb 08, 2023

Raising sons is draining killer whale mothers, study finds
A new study has found that female southern resident killer whales are less likely to successfully reproduce annually if they have sons. While the cause is not known, it could be because males are kind of needy.



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Feb 08, 2023

Bank of Canada set to reveal first public look into how and why it makes its rate decisions
The Bank of Canada will release a summary of its deliberations on the latest interest rate hike later Wednesday, the first time the central bank is giving Canadians a peek behind the curtain into its decision-making process.



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Feb 08, 2023

Ukraine's Zelenskyy thanks Britain for support in person, makes another push for fighter jets
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy thanked the British people on Wednesday for their support since "Day One" of Russia's invasion, and made another plea for fighter jets that he said would help ensure Ukraine's victory in the war.



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Feb 08, 2023

2 children dead, driver charged after bus crashes into daycare in Laval, Que.
A city bus from the Société de transport de Laval hit a daycare in the Sainte-Rose neighbourhood around 8:30 a.m. Police say two children are dead, six were injured. The driver of the bus has been charged with homicide and reckless driving.



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Feb 08, 2023

Driver arrested after city bus hits daycare in Laval, Que., at least five injured
A Laval police spokesperson said a city bus from the Société de transport de Laval hit a daycare in the Sainte-Rose neighbourhood around 8:30 a.m. At least five people were injured. The driver of the bus was arrested.



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Feb 08, 2023

Saskatoon woman who used her car for a public call to help her find a kidney finally finds a perfect match
Debbie Onishenko has been diabetic since she was 13 years old, which affected her kidneys, causing her to require dialysis. After years of waiting, she finally got a perfect kidney match. Last fall, the Saskatoon woman's red car had drawn eyes as on the rear window, the phrase "Kidney Needed Type O, Share Your Spare" was displayed. 



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Feb 08, 2023

Mother found dead after sharing video about struggles with Manitoba's child welfare system, domestic violence
A 32-year-old mother was found dead inside a home in southeast Manitoba late last month after posting a distressing video about her experience with the child welfare system.



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Feb 08, 2023

Moncton landlord apologizes for telling tenants homeless people 'chose' the streets
A Moncton property owner who told tenants not to help homeless people on or around the property is apologizing, calling her choice of words in a rental document a mistake that doesn't reflect her views today.



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Feb 08, 2023

What was China thinking? The mystery of its balloon motive raises tensions with U.S.
If everything had gone according to plan, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken might have landed in China this week and met with Chinese Leader Xi Jinping, taking a much-needed step to fix their relationship. But those plans blew up, just like China's errant 'spy' balloon.



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Feb 08, 2023

Why rent is so expensive in 3 Canadian cities (that aren't Toronto or Vancouver)
Across the country, it's getting harder and more expensive to find a place to rent — and not just in Toronto and Vancouver.



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Feb 08, 2023

Zelenskyy lashes out at 'rumours' that he's about to fire his wartime defence minister
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is trying to stamp out widespread reports that he's about to replace his defence minister in the wake of a corruption scandal that has touched a nerve with the public in the embattled country.



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Feb 08, 2023

Shaken by Toronto transit attacks, riders say they don't feel safe — but doubt more police will help
As Toronto struggles to address safety concerns amid a rash of assaults and incidents on its transit system, riders say they have had to become skilled in de-escalation and are skeptical that more police will solve the problem.



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Feb 08, 2023

Travellers warned to 'expect some challenges' around March break
With the nightmare of travel around the Christmas holidays fresh in many people's minds, travellers can't be blamed for fearing the prospect of a repeat at March break.



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Feb 08, 2023

PM and premiers haggle over billions — but the future of health care needs more than money
The provinces couldn't reasonably have imagined they would get what they asked for. And the question of which level of government covers what share of the cost of public health care may not be the most important issue facing health care in Canada right now.



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Feb 08, 2023

Ontario family has been waiting 1 month for Canada Post to find their father's ashes
When his father died of cancer in 2004, it took Jim Graham a year to climb out of depression. Some 18 years later, he's feeling some of that hurt again, after waiting a month for Canada Post to find a lost package with his father's ashes.



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Feb 08, 2023

Mom's chatai — the neon mat I hated as a kid — taught me unexpected lessons about raising my own
Aysha Imtiaz has three accident-prone kids. After several stitches and some soul-searching to reconcile her Pakistani and Canadian identities, she has learned to embrace her Ami's plastic carpet that followed her through her life.



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Feb 08, 2023

Community of musicians helps Ontario performer Russ Macklem find rare 1940s trumpet
Every instrument has a unique story. It just so happens that Russ Macklem, a Windsor, Ont., musician, is the next chapter for a rare 1942 Martin Handcraft Committee trumpet.



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Feb 08, 2023

Bear with us — Parks Canada is updating its booking system, but some campers aren't happy
A revamped Parks Canada booking system might make more campers happy this summer, but some outdoor enthusiasts still see room for improvement — including a tougher stance on no-shows.



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Feb 08, 2023

Big Oil walks back climate pledges as earnings show 2022 was their most profitable year ever
Financial results from the biggest energy companies in the world this week show that last year was their most profitable year ever, prompting many of them to scale back previous commitments to pivot more toward renewable energy.



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Feb 08, 2023

Rugby Canada to honour Afghan veteran whose recovery from axe attack continues to inspire players
The Canada Sevens rugby tournament will honour a Canadian veteran whose incredible comeback from a traumatic injury has inspired players over the years.



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Feb 07, 2023

LeBron James becomes highest scorer in NBA history, surpassing Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
LeBron James surpassed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's career regular-season mark of 38,387 points to become the highest scorer in NBA history during a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday.



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Feb 07, 2023

The National | CBC News in Turkey, Healthcare funding, State of the Union
Feb. 7, 2023 | On the ground in Turkey and Syria as rescuers search for signs of life under the rubble. Plus, Trudeau's pitch to fix health care.



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Feb 07, 2023

Vancouver woman wins identity fraud fight with Bell Mobility after posting on social media
A collection agency has been phoning Erica Phillips two times a day for months demanding payment of hundreds of dollars on an account she never opened.



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Feb 07, 2023

U.S. President Joe Biden declares democracy 'unbowed and unbroken' in state of the union address
U.S. President Joe Biden called on Republicans in his state of the union address Tuesday night to work with him to "finish the job" of rebuilding the economy and uniting the nation as he sought to overcome pessimism in the country and navigate political divisions in Washington.



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Feb 07, 2023

U.S. President Joe Biden delivers state of the union address
U.S. President Joe Biden is expected to offer a reassuring assessment of the nation's condition rather than roll out flashy policy proposals as he delivers his second state of the union address on Tuesday night, seeking to overcome pessimism in the country and concerns about his own leadership.



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Feb 07, 2023

Biden declares democracy 'unbowed and unbroken' in state of the union address
U.S. President Joe Biden called on Republicans in his state of the union address Tuesday night to work with him to "finish the job" of rebuilding the economy and uniting the nation as he sought to overcome pessimism in the country and navigate political divisions in Washington.



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Feb 07, 2023

CBC won't abandon TV, radio audiences as it charts digital path over next decades, says president
The CBC will continue to provide Canadians with traditional radio and television broadcasts and will delay its move to digital-only service until adequate high-speed Internet is available to all Canadians, said the head of CBC.



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Feb 07, 2023

Why some migrants head back to New York City after free bus ride takes them near Canadian border
Re-ticketing in New York City is not shocking or surprising, advocates in Montreal say. But getting a job is often not as easy as the migrants think and overburdened community services are struggling to handle everyone crossing into Canada.



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Feb 07, 2023

He disappeared 46 years ago. Thanks to forensic genealogy, his family finally knows what happened
Steve Sotherden says he's been crying on and off since December, when police called with an unexpected update to his brother's missing persons case.



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Feb 07, 2023

2 teen girls charged in connection with Toronto 'swarming' death denied bail
Two teen girls who are charged with second-degree murder in connection with what police have called a "swarming" attack on Toronto man Ken Lee in December have been denied bail.



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Feb 07, 2023

U.S. sailors retrieve what's left of the alleged Chinese spy balloon
The U.S. Coast Guard on Monday imposed a temporary security zone in waters off South Carolina during the military's search for debris from a suspected Chinese spy balloon shot down by a U.S. fighter jet.



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Feb 07, 2023

Man sentenced for 'dangerous lies' in hoax calls to B.C. care home on day it saw Canada's 1st COVID-19 death
The man who made dozens of hoax calls to staff at the care home that would later record Canada's first death from COVID-19 has been sentenced for his "elaborate, dangerous and damaging deception," though he won't serve any more time beyond bars for the crime.



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Feb 07, 2023

Red Cross helped more people after Fiona than any other disaster in Canada
New numbers released by the Canadian Red Cross show the organization provided assistance to nearly 100,000 households, more than any other natural disaster in Canada.



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Feb 07, 2023

Canada's economy is slowing down and that's 'a good thing' given inflation fight, Tiff Macklem says
Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem says that although a slowing economy may not seem like a good thing, it is when the economy is overheated.



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Feb 07, 2023

B.C. to make National Day for Truth and Reconciliation a statutory holiday in province
The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is set to become a statutory holiday in B.C., the government announced Tuesday.



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Feb 07, 2023

Former B.C. public health officer found guilty of sexually abusing Alberta child
The former chief medical officer of health for British Columbia's Interior region has been found guilty of repeated sexual offences against a young Alberta boy.



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Feb 07, 2023

Comedian Samantha Bee to host Canadian Screen Awards
Toronto native Samantha Bee is returning home to host the 2023 Canadian Screen Awards. The pre-recorded broadcast will cap off Canadian Screen Week, during which there will be numerous in-person events for the first time in four years.



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Feb 07, 2023

Lucki says she's working to convince federal government to keep controversial neck hold
The head of the RCMP says she's working to convince the federal government to allow her officers to keep a controversial neck restraint.



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Feb 07, 2023

U.K. police officer jailed at least 30 years after admitting to dozens of rapes
Former Metropolitan Police officer David Carrick, 48, was sentenced on Tuesday to life in prison with a minimum term of 30 years for raping and sexually assaulting a dozen women over a 17-year period.



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Feb 07, 2023

Opposition parties demand answers as Liberals say little about Chinese balloon
Opposition parties say the public deserves answers about a Chinese balloon's incursion over Canadian territory as the Trudeau government remains largely mum about its time in Canada.



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Feb 07, 2023

Why an Alberta lawyer is pushing back on part of the province's new addictions strategy
A 21-year-old Calgary woman is suing the provincial government after it changed the rules around who can prescribe high-potency, short-acting opioids.



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Feb 07, 2023

Electric vehicles lose up to 30% range when temperatures dip below freezing, study finds
Electric vehicles (EVs) can lose up to 30 per cent of their range in freezing temperatures, according to a U.S. firm that tested range loss in 7,000 cars. A Sudbury, Ont., Tesla owner shares how he improves the vehicle's winter range.



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Feb 07, 2023

Supreme Court of Canada hears appeal on Yukon First Nation's residency requirement
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear appeals on Tuesday, centred on a Yukon First Nation's requirement that elected officials live on settlement land, and whether that requirement infringes the Charter rights of citizens living elsewhere.



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Feb 07, 2023

A new series on Lac-Mégantic's rail disaster was watched in the town, and some weren't ready for it
A new limited series on the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster divides residents of small town where 47 people were killed on July 6, 2013.



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Feb 07, 2023

Don't help homeless people, Moncton landlord tells tenants
Residents of three Moncton apartment buildings have been told they're not allowed to help the growing number of homeless people in the city because, their landlord claims, those people are choosing to stay on the streets.



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Feb 07, 2023

Multiple private long-term care homes on P.E.I. failing to meet standards
Multiple private long-term care homes on P.E.I. have been failing to meet the required inspection standards. But the Community Care Facility and Nursing Home Board says closing a home is a last resort, given current waitlists and the already-strained system.



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Feb 07, 2023

Multiple private LTC homes on P.E.I. failing to meet standards
Multiple private long-term care homes on P.E.I. have been failing to meet the required inspection standards. But the Community Care Facility and Nursing Home Board says closing a home is a last resort, given current waitlists and the already-strained system.



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Feb 07, 2023

New study reveals serious gaps in research on cancer among Black Canadians
There's no data on how the 20 most prevalent cancers in the country affect Black communities, according to a new study from the University of Ottawa.



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Feb 07, 2023

Protecting the Baltics from Russia is proving to be difficult for Canada and NATO
Converting NATO's so-called "tripwire" forces in the three Baltic countries to fully topped-up fighting brigades — the kind that could withstand a Russian invasion — is proving to be a challenge for the lead nations involved: Canada, the United Kingdom and Germany.



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Feb 07, 2023

Hudson's Bay, Gap, PetSmart among stores that gave customer data to Facebook's owner
A CBC News review of Facebook user data suggests a variety of well-known retailers, including Hudson's Bay, Lululemon and Best Buy, have been sharing customer details with the platform's parent company. A watchdog recently said Home Depot breached privacy law by not properly getting customers' consent.



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Feb 07, 2023

Former Afghan interpreter left in the dark on immigration status after government paperwork changes
Ten days after retired Canadian military nursing officer Lisa Compton told CBC News about her struggles to bring an Afghan military interpreter and his family to Canada, the federal immigration department has stopped providing her with updates on his case.



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Feb 07, 2023

Earthquake relief will be challenging in war-torn Syria. Here's how aid agencies are trying to help
Two major earthquakes, followed by aftershocks, have devastated parts of southern Turkey and northern Syria and killed thousands of people. But the destruction in Syria has made a desperate situation even worse for millions of people who have survived the country's ongoing civil war. 



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Feb 07, 2023

As domestic violence cases climb, advocates call for more monitoring of offenders — and victims
A CBC News analysis of provincial and territorial programs shows there is inconsistency in whether those accused or convicted of domestic violence are tracked.



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Feb 07, 2023

Building brigades: Canada, NATO allies struggle to shore up Baltic defences against Russian threat
Converting NATO's so-called "tripwire" forces in the three Baltic countries to fully topped-up fighting brigades — the kind that could withstand a Russian invasion — is proving to be a challenge for the lead nations involved: Canada, the United Kingdom and Germany.



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Feb 07, 2023

These retailers share customer data with Facebook's owner. Customers may not have been told
A CBC News review of Facebook user data suggests a variety of well-known retailers, including Hudson's Bay, Lululemon and Best Buy, have been sharing customer details with the platform's parent company. A watchdog recently said Home Depot breached privacy law by not properly getting customers' consent.



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Feb 07, 2023

Study reveals serious cancer research gaps for Black Canadians
There's no data on how the 20 most common cancers in the country affect Black people, according to a new study from the University of Ottawa.



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Feb 07, 2023

While dementia extinguished my grandfather's memories, the losses also eased his pain
Julia Dima says that her grandfather's vascular dementia — while often painful and frustrating for her family — also brought moments of great joy and happiness.



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Feb 07, 2023

Rescuers race to find survivors in Turkey and Syria as death toll climbs
Search teams and international aid poured into Turkey and Syria on Tuesday as rescuers working in freezing temperatures and sometimes using their bare hands dug through the remains of buildings flattened by a powerful earthquake. The death toll soared above 6,200 and was still expected to rise.



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Feb 06, 2023

B.C. fire tanker crashes in Western Australia, 2 pilots sustain minor injuries
Two pilots have walked away unscathed after a Boeing 737 air tanker owned by a B.C. company crashed in Western Australia while on deployment to a fire. 



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Feb 06, 2023

B.C. fire tanker crashes in Western Australia, pilots sustain minor injuries
Two pilots have walked away unscathed after a Boeing 737 air tanker owned by a B.C. company crashed in Western Australia while on deployment to a fire. 



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Feb 06, 2023

78-year-old Harry Styles fan steals the show at the Grammys | The Moment
A grandmother from Sudbury, Ont., who just happens to be a mega Harry Styles fan got the chance of a lifetime when she presented the superstar with his Grammy for album of the year.



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Feb 06, 2023

Dances With Wolves actor charged in B.C., Nevada for alleged sex crimes
A former Dances With Wolves actor accused of sexually abusing Indigenous girls and women for two decades in multiple states has been charged in Nevada for crimes that prosecutors said occurred in the Las Vegas-area starting in 2012.



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Feb 06, 2023

Historic Hudson's Bay store in Banff to close
The Hudson's Bay Company announced Monday its department store in Banff will shut its doors in August — a decision the company said reflects the changing market and its vision for the future.



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Feb 06, 2023

Snow monsters rise in Japan
Japan's northern prefecture of Aomori has become the site of 'snow monster' trees coated in snow and ice, creating fields of odd, snowy formations



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Feb 06, 2023

2 workers dead after incident at Vancouver company's gold mine in Ghana
A Vancouver-based gold mining company is reporting the deaths of two contractors at its operation in the West African country of Ghana.



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Feb 06, 2023

Toronto dentist who had sex with patient, fathered child can still practise while panel decides punishment
Uptown Toronto dentist Dr. Amir Haydarian began a two-year sexual relationship with a woman soon after she became his patient, a relationship that produced a child, in what a panel with the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario is calling sexual abuse.



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Feb 06, 2023

New Brunswick's Crazy Canucks bring home best sled award from U.S. toboganning meet
Four Fredericton men came back to Canada today winners after competing in the U.S. National Toboggan Championships.



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Feb 06, 2023

New York City is paying for migrants' bus tickets upstate. Their next stop: crossing into Canada
The city says it will financially help those in New York trying to get somewhere else. For many, that somewhere is the Canadian border, just a short taxi ride away from the Plattsburgh terminus.



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Feb 06, 2023

Bus tickets paid by New York City helping migrants get close to Roxham Road crossing
The city says it will financially help those in New York trying to get somewhere else. For many, that somewhere is the Canadian border, just a short taxi ride away from the Plattsburgh terminus.



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Feb 06, 2023

Indigenous course to continue after Alberta lawyers vote to keep law society rule for mandated education
Alberta lawyers have voted to keep the rule allowing the law society to mandate legal education which has, so far, only been used for an Indigenous course.



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Feb 06, 2023

Google launching its own artificial intelligence bot, known as Bard
Google is launching its own artificial intelligence bot known as Bard, a direct competitor to ChatGPT.



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Feb 06, 2023

Quebec sex assault case against Peter Nygard needs to move forward, Crown says
The Crown says it wants the Quebec sexual assault case involving Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard to proceed more quickly.



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Feb 06, 2023

Ottawa to propose 10-year health-care funding plan to provinces, territories
The federal government will propose a decade-long plan to fund and reform the health-care system when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with the premiers in Ottawa on Tuesday, according to sources with knowledge of the plan.



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Feb 06, 2023

Conservatives want auditor general to probe McKinsey contracts
The federal Conservatives are calling on the auditor general to probe the government's use of consulting firm McKinsey for outside advice — a company the Tories say deserves close scrutiny because of its past ties to China and the opioid crisis.



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Feb 06, 2023

Canada isn't doing enough to protect horses flown to Japan for slaughter, advocates say
Animal welfare advocates have filed a legal complaint with Ottawa after a December 2022 shipment of live horses to Japan exceeded the legal 28-hour limit without food, water or rest. However, the exporter says all parties made the decision to continue the shipment in the best interest of the horses.



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Feb 06, 2023

China's military interest in high-altitude balloons is growing, documents reveal
China's Foreign Ministry has repeatedly described the balloon the drifted over the U.S. as an errant scientific craft, but Chinese military researchers have recently argued in publicly available papers that such aircraft should be further developed and deployed in specific missions.



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Feb 06, 2023

Iqaluit issues emergency water shutdown to parts of city as sewer backs up into Legislative Assembly
In an update Monday, the city said it was shutting down its water service immediately to lower Iqaluit and the Federal Road areas of the city.



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Feb 06, 2023

Water service restored after shutdown prompted by sewage backup in the Legislature
Iqaluit issued emergency water shutdown to parts of city after a sewer backed up into Legislative Assembly Monday. The water is back on, with residents asked to boil water before using it until further notice.



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Feb 06, 2023

Water service restored in Iqaluit after shutdown prompted by sewage backup in the Legislature
Iqaluit issued emergency water shutdown to parts of city after a sewer backed up into Legislative Assembly Monday. The water is back on, with residents asked to boil water before using it until further notice.



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Feb 06, 2023

Confidence in London police crumbles as Met officer who admitted to serial rapes awaits sentencing
The battered reputation of London's Metropolitan police — the United Kingdom's largest and best known force — will be hard to ignore this week as one of its own is set to be sentenced for the rape and sexual abuse of 12 women over nearly two decades.  



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Feb 06, 2023

Earthquake relief will be challenging in war-torn Syria. Here's how aid groups are trying to help




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Feb 06, 2023

Earthquake survivors in Turkey cling to hope as they wait in the cold and dark




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Feb 06, 2023

Hope for miracles among Turkey's ruins running out after devastating earthquakes




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Feb 06, 2023

Infant, toddler among those rescued from rubble in Syria after earthquake




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Feb 06, 2023

Rescue crews in Turkey and Syria search earthquake wreckage as death toll soars




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Feb 06, 2023

Syria is devastated. The civil war will make it hard to help people hit by the earthquake




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Feb 06, 2023

The earthquake in Turkey and Syria has now claimed more than 11,000 lives




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Feb 06, 2023

Stories of hope, heartbreak emerge after destructive earthquakes kill thousands in Turkey and Syria




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Feb 06, 2023

Search crews in Turkey and Syria try to reach people trapped under earthquake rubble as temperatures plunge




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Feb 06, 2023

So what's the big deal about microclimates and why are they important? Let's take a look
Microclimates are all around us. Those variations in temperature and precipitation can have a big impact on plants, animals and people, but what causes them and why are they significant?



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Feb 06, 2023

Hong Kong trial of pro-democracy activists begins
Some of Hong Kong's best-known pro-democracy activists went on trial Monday in the biggest prosecution yet under a law imposed by China's ruling Communist Party to crush dissent.



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Feb 06, 2023

4.2-magnitude earthquake near Buffalo, N.Y., felt in southern Ontario
An earthquake near Buffalo, N.Y., with a preliminary magnitude of 4.2, was "lightly felt" in parts of southern Ontario Monday morning, according to Earthquakes Canada.



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