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Jul 12, 2020

Sunday Scrum: WE Charity controversy widens
CBC News Network's Sunday Scrum panel is your destination for frank discussion and analysis of the week's big political stories. This week: Our panellists discuss the Conservative Party's continuing efforts to investigate Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his ties to WE Charity.



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Jul 12, 2020

Officials investigating after 'rare' collision between ships in Ontario's Welland Canal
Officials are investigating how two cargo vessels came to collide in Ontario's Welland Canal on Saturday during what should have been a routine manoeuvre.



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Jul 12, 2020

Conservatives call on Trudeau to appear before committee studying WE controversy
Opposition Conservatives are demanding that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau testify before the House of Commons finance committee as it prepares to study how much the government spent in awarding a now-cancelled contract to WE Charity.



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Jul 12, 2020

Conservatives demand further investigation into WE Charity controversy
Opposition Conservatives are calling on Canada's ethics watchdog to investigate Finance Minister Bill Morneau after it came to light that he had family ties to WE Charity and did not recuse himself from cabinet consideration about the organization's now-cancelled contract.



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Jul 12, 2020

Iran blames missile strike that downed Ukrainian airliner on bad communication, poor alignment
Iranian investigators are blaming a misaligned missile battery and miscommunication between soldiers and their commanders for the Revolutionary Guard shooting down a Ukrainian jetliner in January, killing 176 people, including 57 Canadians.



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Jul 12, 2020

Quebec police seek to narrow search for man whose daughters turned up dead after crash
Quebec provincial police have set up a perimeter around a wooded area in Saint-Agapit—Saint-Apollinaire and are asking people to call 911 if they have any information in the deaths of two sisters whose disappearance triggered an Amber Alert.



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Jul 12, 2020

As police continue to hunt for Martin Carpentier, public asked to stay away from search area
Quebec provincial police have set up a perimeter around a wooded area in Saint-Agapit—Saint-Apollinaire and are asking people to call 911 if they have any information in the deaths of two girls whose disappearance triggered an Amber Alert.



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Jul 12, 2020

As the search for Martin Carpentier continues, police ask public to stay away from search area
Quebec provincial police have set up a perimeter around a wooded area in Saint-Agapit—Saint-Apollinaire and are asking people to call 911 if they have any information in the deaths of two girls whose disappearance triggered an Amber Alert.



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Jul 12, 2020

Coronavirus: What's happening around the world on Sunday
Voters in northern Spain wore face masks and used hand sanitizer gel before entering polling stations on Sunday as Galicia and the Basque Country held regional elections while fighting localized outbreaks of COVID-19.



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Jul 12, 2020

Canada halts Ukraine puppy imports; New rules against vaping ads: CBC's Marketplace Cheat Sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.



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Jul 12, 2020

Bollywood's Bachchan family hit by coronavirus
Three generations of Bollywood's Bachchan family were hit by the coronavirus as former Miss World Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter on Sunday joined her father-in-law Amitabh and husband Abhishek in testing positive for the virus that causes COVID-19.



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Jul 12, 2020

As permafrost melts under intense heat, Russia's Siberia burns — again
It's hotter than ever in northern Russia and the implications for the earth's climate are significant. Currently, 1.77 million hectares of land is burning with expectations that the total fire area could eventually surpass the 17 million hectares that burned in 2019.



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Jul 12, 2020

As permafrost thaws under intense heat, Russia's Siberia burns — again
It's hotter than ever in northern Russia and the implications for the earth's climate are significant. Currently, 1.77 million hectares of land is burning with expectations that the total fire area could eventually surpass the 17 million hectares that burned in 2019.



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Jul 12, 2020

Bill before Commons could be tweaked to improve RCMP oversight, says Goodale
Former public safety minister Ralph Goodale says a bill now stalled in the House of Commons could be augmented to improve RCMP oversight — a suggestion that comes as calls to reform the national police force increase.



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Jul 12, 2020

'Dead man walking': Mobster Pat Musitano has been shot and killed. What happens now?
Pasquale (Pat) Musitano was killed on Friday in Burlington, Ont. Mafia experts say the notorious Hamilton mobster was living on borrowed time long before the fatal shot was fired.



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Jul 12, 2020

Mobster Pat Musitano has been shot and killed. What happens now?
Pasquale (Pat) Musitano was killed on Friday in Burlington, Ont. Mafia experts say the notorious Hamilton mobster was living on borrowed time long before the fatal shot was fired.



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Jul 12, 2020

Trudeau's past ethics transgressions hurt the Liberals. Will it happen again?
Twice before, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been found to be in violation of government ethics rules. If the WE Charity contract controversy has the same impact, the Liberals could find their hold on their minority government in danger.



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Jul 12, 2020

Why Ghislaine Maxwell's arrest could turn up the heat on Prince Andrew
When British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested in New Hampshire on charges related to the investigation into convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, it cast renewed attention on a royal friend to them both: Prince Andrew.



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Jul 12, 2020

Strapped for cash? How to uncover unclaimed money that may belong to you
Cash-strapped during the COVID-19 pandemic due to the economic slowdown? To find out if you have any unclaimed funds from your past, here are some free, simple ways to launch a search.



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Jul 11, 2020

WE Charity lays off contract workers who would have administered student service grant
WE Charity laid off hundreds of contract workers who were brought in to administer the federal government's Canada Student Service Grant, according to a statement from the charity on Saturday.



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Jul 11, 2020

Ubisoft Canada CEO resigns amid harassment claims made against several employees
Yannis Mallat, the president of Ubisoft Canada, resigned Saturday evening with immediate effect, according to a statement from the company. The announcement comes in the wake of a series of allegations, made throughout the company, of sexist behaviour, abuse of power and harassment.



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Jul 11, 2020

Robert Mueller defends Russia probe, says Roger Stone 'remains a convicted felon' in op-ed
An op-ed in The Washington Post marked Robert Mueller's first public statement on his investigation since his congressional appearance last July.



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Jul 11, 2020

Trump wears face mask in public for 1st time during military hospital visit
U.S. President Donald Trump wore a mask during a visit to a military hospital on Saturday, the first time the president has been seen in public with the type of facial covering recommended by health officials as a precaution against spreading or becoming infected by the novel coronavirus.



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Jul 11, 2020

Health officials ask Montrealers who've been to bars since July 1 to get tested for COVID-19
Montreal public health officials want everyone who has visited or worked at a bar in the city since the beginning of the month to get a COVID-19 test. Officials announced Saturday evening that at least eight cases have now been tied to five Montreal bars.



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Jul 11, 2020

Mother in custody after stabbing leaves 2 children in life-threatening condition
A 37-year-old mother is in custody after a stabbing that left two children in life-threatening condition in North York on Saturday morning, Toronto police say.



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Jul 11, 2020

Police search St. Louis mansion of couple who pointed guns at protesters, local reports say
Police in St. Louis, Mo., searched the mansion of the couple who brandished guns at protesters marching outside their home last month in widely seen videos, local media reported.



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Jul 11, 2020

How Conservative leadership hopefuls would address the WE scandal if they win
Opposition Conservatives will have a new boss while the WE story likely continues to percolate. How will the replacement for outgoing leader Andrew Scheer address the controversy?



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Jul 11, 2020

Quebec police confirm deaths of 2 missing girls, continue search for father
Quebec provincial police say investigators have reason to believe the sisters were abducted by their father, Martin Carpentier, and are intensifying their search for him.



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Jul 11, 2020

Quebec provincial police have found 'inanimate' bodies of 2 girls missing with their father
Quebec provincial police say investigators have reason to believe the sisters were abducted by their father, Martin Carpentier, are intensifying their search for him.



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Jul 11, 2020

Search continues in Saint-Apollinaire, Que., for two sisters missing since Wednesday
Quebec provincial police say investigators have reason to believe the sisters were abducted by their father, Martin Carpentier.



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Jul 11, 2020

Mother charged after stabbing left 2 children in serious condition
A 36-year-old mother is being charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault after a stabbing left her two children in serious condition in North York on Saturday morning, Toronto police say.



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Jul 11, 2020

Mother charged after stabbing sent 2 children to hospital
A 36-year-old mother is being charged with multiple counts of attempted murder, aggravated assault and assault after a stabbing sent her two children to the hospital in North York on Saturday morning, Toronto police say.



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Jul 11, 2020

Coronavirus: What's happening around the world on July 11
A long-expected upturn in the U.S. for coronavirus deaths has begun, driven by fatalities in states in the South and West, according to data on the pandemic.



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Jul 11, 2020

U.S. beginning to see long-expected upturn in COVID-19 deaths
A long-expected upturn in the U.S. for coronavirus deaths has begun, driven by fatalities in states in the South and West, according to data on the pandemic.



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Jul 11, 2020

5 dead, dozens arrested after shooting at South African church
Five people are dead and more than 40 have been arrested after an early-morning hostage situation at a long-troubled church near Johannesburg, police in South Africa said Saturday.



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Jul 11, 2020

Coronavirus: What's happening around the world on Saturday
Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has called for COVID-19 drugs and an eventual vaccine to be made available to countries and people that need them most, not to the "highest bidder," saying relying on market forces would prolong the deadly pandemic.



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Jul 11, 2020

Virus-free U.K. pilot, symbol of Vietnam's pandemic success, to return home
Vietnam's most seriously ill COVID-19 patient, a British pilot who at one point seemed close to death, left hospital on Saturday on his way home after a dramatic recovery that attracted national attention.



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Jul 11, 2020

The great PPE panic: how the pandemic caught Canada with its stockpiles down
The federal government gives itself credit for swift action in the face of severe supply problems in the early weeks of its pandemic response. But what made that mad scramble for masks, gowns, gloves and other essential products necessary in the first place?



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Jul 11, 2020

Why it may be harder to catch COVID-19 from surfaces than we first thought
COVID-19 may not transmit as easily on surfaces as was originally thought — and experts say it may be time to shift our focus on how we protect ourselves from infection.



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Jul 11, 2020

Cloudy outlook for pipelines gets even murkier amid court rulings, U.S. election
If Albertans had forgotten about the risks associated with Premier Jason Kenney's decision to invest $1.1 billion US in the Keystone XL pipeline, plus $4.2 billion in loan guarantees, this week was a painful reminder of the treacherous business building pipelines has become.



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Jul 11, 2020

How a Canadian woman pushed a popular South Asian matchmaking site to drop its skin-tone filter
When Meghan Nagpal decided to take her chances at finding love by signing up for a popular matchmaking website, she never expected she would be asked to describe her skin tone — let alone the skin tone she would find desirable in a partner.



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Jul 11, 2020

Book by Trump's niece claims he has psychological disorders. We asked psychologists
A book by President Donald Trump's estranged niece claims he has psychological disorders. Trump's niece is a clinical psychologist. We asked colleagues of hers about the book: Is it ethical? Is it accurate?



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Jul 11, 2020

It's time to let family caregivers back into Ontario nursing homes, medical officer says
After months of family caregivers being barred from Ontario's nursing homes because of COVID-19, a chief medical officer at one facility says the province should change its rules and allow them back inside. He fears for his residents' well-being as they endure ongoing isolation.



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Jul 11, 2020

Justin Trudeau drops into another pitfall of his own making
For whatever reason, the prime minister and his office seem to have a recurring problem of failing to check themselves. As a result, they have now repeatedly wrecked themselves.



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Jul 11, 2020

Seeing nature through Indigenous 'lens' might improve environmental decision-making
As various levels of government become more serious about climate change, there has been heightened interest in incorporating Indigenous knowledge in that effort.



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Jul 10, 2020

The National for July 10, 2020
The National for July 10: Bill Morneau's family links to WE Charity revealed as the opposition calls for a police probe into Justin Trudeau's ties.



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Jul 10, 2020

RCMP 'disappointed' by talk that race a factor in Rideau Hall arrest
Commissioner Brenda Lucki and Brian Sauvé??????? of the National Police Federation said in a joint statement Friday night that it's "speculative and disheartening to the responding officers" and damages an "important national dialogue with all stakeholders seeking solutions to societal issues."



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Jul 10, 2020

Trump commutes ally Roger Stone's sentence related to Russia probe
U.S. President Donald Trump commuted the sentence of his longtime political confidant Roger Stone on Friday, just days before he was set to report to prison.



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Jul 10, 2020

Notorious Hamilton mobster Pat Musitano gunned down in Burlington, Ont.: police
Sources familiar with the family tell CBC News that the man killed in a shooting Friday afternoon in Burlington, Ont., is notorious Hamilton mobster Pat Musitano.



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Jul 10, 2020

Canada's UNESCO natural wonders
Nova Scotia's Cliffs of Fundy and the Discovery Global Geopark in Newfoundland and Labrador are the latest Canadian sites designated by UNESCO. Here's a look at some of Canada's impressive natural wonders recognized by the UN agency. 



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Jul 10, 2020

NHL officially back as league, players ratify deal to return in Edmonton, Toronto
The NHL is officially returning to the ice this summer. The league and its players union formally signed off on an agreement Friday that would see hockey return with hub cities in Toronto and Edmonton.



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Jul 10, 2020

Simple Plan bassist among Quebec entertainers shaken by wave of sex misconduct allegations
Quebec's arts scene is being rocked by a wave of sexual assault and harassment allegations against well-known figures in the province's entertainment industry, with mostly anonymous allegations being posted to an Instagram page that has garnered more than 46,000 followers.



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Jul 10, 2020

Ghislaine Maxwell's lawyers request bail, arguing she 'is not Jeffrey Epstein'
Ghislaine Maxwell, ex-girlfriend and longtime associate of the late convicted sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein, on Friday forcefully denied charges she lured underage girls so he could sexually abuse them, and said she deserves bail.



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Jul 10, 2020

Notorious Hamilton mobster Pat Musitano gunned down in Burlington, sources say
Sources familiar with the family tell the CBC that the man killed in a shooting Friday afternoon in Burlington is notorious Hamilton mobster Pat Musitano.



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Jul 10, 2020

Ottawa police apologize for handling of 911 call about Black man in Barrhaven park
Ottawa police are apologizing for their handling of a 911 call from a white woman about a Black man she said wouldn't move out of her way on a popular park trail in Barrhaven.



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Jul 10, 2020

Canadians can now opt out of Clearview AI facial recognition, with a catch
Canadians may now request that they not appear in Clearview AI's facial recognition search results, days after the controversial U.S.-based firm announced it was pulling out of this country. But anyone making the withdrawal request must submit an image of their own face.



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Jul 10, 2020

Grocery store executives testify at committee after cancelling pandemic pay bump
Executives of Loblaws, Metro and Empire Company are testifying at the House of Commons' industry committee after all three companies cancelled a $2 an hour pay bump they put in place in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.



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Jul 10, 2020

MPs grill grocery store execs over pandemic pay cancellations
Executives of Loblaws, Metro and Empire Company faced tough questions during a virtual meeting of the House of Commons industry committee. over their decision to cancel a $2-an-hour pay bump they put in place in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.



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Jul 10, 2020

Some good news from across the country
With much of the world struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic, there are still some good-news stories to report. Here's a brief roundup.



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Jul 10, 2020

Blue Jays' Shaw blasts reported season-long quarantine if team allowed to play at home
Blue Jays infielder Travis Shaw voiced concern Friday about the length of time players may need to stay in their quarantine bubble of Rogers Centre and its adjoining hotel after TSN reported Jays players could be in for a steep fine if they leave the area.



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Jul 10, 2020

Turkey's ancient Hagia Sofia can be converted to a mosque, court rules
A Turkish court said on Friday it annulled a 1934 government decree turning Istanbul's Hagia Sophia into a museum, ruling it was unlawful, paving the way for the building's conversion back into a mosque despite international warnings against such a move.



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Jul 10, 2020

Turkey's ancient Hagia Sofia to serve as a mosque, Erdogan decrees after court ruling
A Turkish court said on Friday it annulled a 1934 government decree turning Istanbul's Hagia Sophia into a museum, ruling it was unlawful and paving the way for the building's conversion back into a mosque despite international warnings against such a move.



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Jul 10, 2020

Turkey's ancient Hagia Sofia to serve as mosque, Erdogan decrees after court ruling
A Turkish court said on Friday it annulled a 1934 government decree turning Istanbul's Hagia Sophia into a museum, ruling it was unlawful and paving the way for the building's conversion back into a mosque despite international warnings against such a move.



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Jul 10, 2020

2 girls missing in Quebec believed to have been abducted by father, police say
Quebec provincial police are asking for any witnesses to come forward as they continue to search for two missing girls near Saint-Apollinaire, Que., about 40 kilometres southwest of Quebec City.



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Jul 10, 2020

Partner of man believed to have abducted his daughters pleads for him to reach out
The partner of Martin Carpentier, who police believe may have abducted his two daughters and is the subject of an Amber Alert in Quebec, has released a video pleading for him to contact family members.



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Jul 10, 2020

Former Toronto police officer says he was racially profiled by McMaster security
A former Toronto police officer says McMaster University Security Services special constables and head of the unit, Glenn De Caire, harassed and racially profiled him two and a half years ago. Now, they are embroiled in a human rights complaint.



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Jul 10, 2020

Johnny Depp says feces in bed was last straw in marriage to Amber Heard
Johnny Depp said in a London court on Friday that ex-wife Amber Heard's claims he abused her turned him from 'Cinderella to Quasimodo' in the public eye.



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Jul 10, 2020

Canada added almost 1 million jobs in June but still almost 2 million down from pre-COVID level
Canada's economy added almost one million jobs last month, as businesses reopened after COVID-19 shutdowns.



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Jul 10, 2020

Canada added almost 1 million jobs in June but still almost 2 million down from pre-COVID-19 level
Canada's economy added almost one million jobs last month, as businesses reopened after COVID-19 shutdowns.



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Jul 10, 2020

Canada added almost a million jobs in June
Canada's economy added almost a million jobs last month, as businesses reopened after COVID-19 shutdowns.



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Jul 10, 2020

Notre-Dame cathedral to be rebuilt without modern touches
Notre-Dame cathedral will be rebuilt just the way it stood before last year's devastating fire, with a plan includes recreating the 19th century spire that collapsed in the blaze.



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Jul 10, 2020

What systemic racism in Canada looks like
The police killing of George Floyd and the protests that followed have brought renewed attention to systemic racism. In Canada, some have been quick to deny its existence. But these experts say racism has been normalized within Canadian institutions.



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Jul 10, 2020

Cliffs of Fundy, Bonavista Peninsula named UNESCO Global Geoparks
Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador sites were given international honours on Friday for their geohistorical significance.



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Jul 10, 2020

Canada's hardest-hit nursing homes lost 40% of residents in just 3 months of the pandemic
An exclusive CBC News data analysis reveals the nursing homes with the highest COVID-19-related death rates across the country.



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Jul 10, 2020

Follow the sun: How solar panels are evolving
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at how solar panels have evolved and examine how bears have adapted to their close proximity to people.



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Jul 10, 2020

How the myth of the Montreal street gang led to more street checks on Black youths
Lurid headlines in the late 1980s introduced the idea that street gangs were on the rise in Montreal. The city's police have since dropped the term "street gangs," but the myth has been hard to dispel.



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Jul 10, 2020

Buy American policies will live on — even if the Trump presidency doesn't
Tensions over Buy American policies appear destined to live on after this year — even if the Trump presidency doesn't. That's one takeaway from trade policies laid out by U.S. election frontrunner Joe Biden.



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Jul 10, 2020

Supreme Court of Canada upholds genetic non-discrimination law
Canada's highest court has issued a ruling today upholding a federal law preventing third parties, such as employers and insurance companies, from demanding genetic information from individuals.



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Jul 10, 2020

This isn't the time to let environmental protection and monitoring slip
Reliable datasets are needed to effectively model and predict what the environment's future will look like and help us adapt to it, writes Vince Palace.



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Jul 10, 2020

Supreme Court to rule on constitutionality of genetic non-discrimination law
Canada's highest court will issue a ruling today that could strike down a federal law preventing third parties, such as employers and insurance companies, from demanding genetic information from individuals.



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Jul 10, 2020

Seoul mayor left note saying 'sorry' as South Korea mourns
A will left by late Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon says he feels "sorry to all people" and asks his body to be cremated.



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Jul 10, 2020

Seoul mayor's death causes sympathy, questions of his acts
The sudden death of Seoul's mayor, reportedly implicated in a sexual harassment complaint, has caused an outpouring of public sympathy even as it has raised questions about a man who built his career as a reform-minded politician and self-described feminist.



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Jul 09, 2020

Police chiefs call on Ottawa to decriminalize possession of illicit drugs for personal use
As Canada continues to battle an opioid epidemic, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police is calling on federal lawmakers to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of illegal drugs for personal consumption.



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Jul 09, 2020

The National
The National for July 9: New scrutiny for Justin Trudeau after WE Charity says it paid members of his family.



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Jul 09, 2020

Toronto Blue Jays player accused of skipping on rent pays up
With the Jays back in Toronto and practicing at the Rogers Centre, Ryan "Rowdy" Tellez has paid his landlord $16,400 to cover his rent payments through the end of September, when the lease on a two-bedroom downtown Toronto condo is set to expire.



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Jul 09, 2020

Canada makes it easier for same-sex couples to obtain citizenship for children born abroad
Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino announced today a plan that will make it easier for same-sex couples to register children born abroad for Canadian citizenship.



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Jul 09, 2020

Peter Nygard files for dismissal of class-action lawsuit alleging he sexually assaulted women
Canadian fashion designer Peter Nygard is asking the Southern District Court of New York to dismiss the claims of 52 out of 57 plaintiffs who filed a class-action lawsuit alleging he sexually assaulted them.



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Jul 09, 2020

Telefilm Canada investigating allegations of misconduct against employee
Film funding body Telefilm Canada says it has launched an investigation into allegations of misconduct made against an unnamed employee, with the probe coming after allegations surfaced on social media about the conduct of feature film executive Dan Lyon.



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Jul 09, 2020

Search for father and 2 missing children continues in Quebec after Amber Alert issued
A large-scale search is underway in Quebec for a 44-year-old father and his two young daughters who police believe were in a car crash Wednesday night and left the scene on foot.



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Jul 09, 2020

Search for father and 2 missing children continues in Quebec, after Amber Alert issued
A large-scale search is underway in Quebec for a 44-year-old father and his two young daughters who police believe were in a car crash Wednesday night and left the scene on foot.



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Jul 09, 2020

Amber Alert issued for father, 2 children missing in Quebec
An Amber Alert has been issued in Quebec as provincial police search for a 44-year-old man and his two daughters, ages 11 and six.



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Jul 09, 2020

Amber Alert triggered in Quebec as provincial police search for father, 2 missing children
A large-scale search is underway in Quebec for a 44-year-old suspect and his two young daughters who went missing after a mysterious car wreck Wednesday night that has left investigators scratching their heads.



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Jul 09, 2020

U.S. Supreme Court rules N.Y. prosecutors, but not yet Congress, can access Trump financial records
The United States Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the Manhattan district attorney's demand for President Donald Trump's tax returns but kept a hold on his financial records, which Congress has been seeking for more than a year.



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Jul 09, 2020

Police chiefs call on federal government to decriminalize possession of illicit drugs for personal use
As Canada continues to battle an opioid epidemic, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police is calling on federal lawmakers to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of illegal drugs for personal consumption.



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Jul 09, 2020

PM's mother Margaret and brother Alexandre were both paid to speak at WE Charity events
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's mother Margaret and his brother Alexandre have both been paid tens of thousands of dollars to appear at WE Charity events.



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Jul 09, 2020

Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon found dead following massive search
The body of Park Won-soon, the missing mayor of Seoul, South Korea's capital, was found in northern Seoul early Friday, more than seven hours after police launched a massive search for him.



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Jul 09, 2020

Some good news from around the world on Thursday
With much of the world struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic, there are still some good-news stories to report. Here's a brief roundup.



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Jul 09, 2020

New Inuktut TV channel launches on Nunavut Day to show original content from Inuit regions
Nunavut is getting a new all-Inuktut TV channel this year. Inuit TV, which was announced on Nunavut Day, will have Inuktut programming in dialects from all Inuit regions, including Greenland.



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Jul 09, 2020

Tesla's soaring stock has Elon Musk nearing another $1.8B US payday
Tesla Inc.'s blistering stock rally is putting CEO Elon Musk in reach of a payday potentially worth $1.8 billion US, his second jackpot from the electric carmaker in about two months.



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Jul 09, 2020

Supreme Court rules N.Y. prosecutors can access Trump financial records, but not yet Congress
The United States Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the Manhattan district attorney's demand for President Donald Trump's tax returns, but kept a hold on Trump's financial records that Congress has been seeking for more than a year.



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