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 2020-07-10 02:46 

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[ Manitoba ]

Manitobans key vehicles, harass U.S. military members, families stationed in Winnipeg during pandemic...

A senior officer says a handful of American military members stationed in Manitoba are being harassed over their U.S. licence plates, mirroring similar stories of perceived outsiders confronted by locals in other provinces during the COVID-19 pandemic....

 2020-07-10 02:28 

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Impact blanked by Revolution in rusty beginning to MLS tournament...

Argentine forward Gustavo Bou scored early in the second half Thursday to give the New England Revolution a 1-0 win over the Montreal Impact in their opening game at the MLS is Back Tournament....

 2020-07-10 01:56 

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[ British Columbia ]

Premier John Horgan says B.C. restart making gains as more people come out of their homes...

British Columbia's gradual restart is gaining ground as some industries resume operations and more people leave their homes to participate in the economy, Premier John Horgan said Thursday....

 2020-07-10 01:30 

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[ Calgary ]

Severe thunderstorm watch issued for Calgary, Cochrane and Airdrie...

Environment Canada issued a severe thunderstorm watch for Calgary, Cochrane, Airdrie, Olds and Sundre on Thursday night, with the possibility of strong wind gusts, heavy rain and large hail....

 2020-07-10 01:24 

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[ Edmonton ]

Alberta government legal defence claims doctors' charter rights not violated...

The Alberta government says it did not breach Alberta doctors' charter rights by passing legislation that allowed the health minister to unilaterally rip up their agreement on the terms and conditions of doctors' work....

 2020-07-10 01:15 

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[ Ottawa ]

Send students back to class full-time this fall, OPH says...

Ottawa's medical officer of health, Dr. Vera Etches, is recommending that students return to school full-time in September....

 2020-07-10 01:00 

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[ Toronto ]

Bird hits power line in Mississauga, causing 'gigantic' grass fire near Highway 407...

Peel police say a large grass fire near Highway 407 and Highway 410 in Mississauga was caused by a bird hitting a power line, causing a spark where it landed....

 2020-07-10 00:55 

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Canada not ready for second wave of COVID-19, Senate committee says...

Canada is ill-prepared for a second wave of COVID-19, says a Senate committee, calling on the federal Liberals to deliver a plan by Labour Day to help people and communities hit hardest by the pandemic....

 2020-07-10 00:48 

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[ Calgary ]

Generations of strong ranching women part of Burton family history...

Women have played a big role in the Burton family ranch since its founding in 1890. Today, fourth and even fifth generations of women are carrying on the ranch's farm-to-table traditions....

 2020-07-10 00:47 

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[ British Columbia ]

Pandemic exposed numerous 'vulnerabilities' in B.C.'s long-term care system, officials say...

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed several serious issues with B.C.'s long-term care system, health officials say, and they're hinting some improvements are on the way....

 2020-07-10 00:32 

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[ North News ]

Yukon officials outline plans for next school year...

It'll be back to class five days a week for most Yukon students this fall, but Whitehorse high school students will still be doing some learning at home....

 2020-07-10 00:17 

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[ North News ]

Ross River man charged after allegedly threatening someone with rifle...

Yukon RCMP have arrested a man who allegedly brought a rifle to a home in Ross River and threatened an occupant. He's facing several weapons-related charges....

 2020-07-10 00:16 

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[ British Columbia ]

Penticton, B.C., city council extends public drinking pilot project until October...

You can keep cracking a cold one in designated Penticton parks and on certain beaches until after Thanksgiving....

 2020-07-10 00:13 

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[ Toronto ]

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....

 2020-07-10 00:12 

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Raptors arrive at Disney campus in BLM buses, teams begin restart routines...

Full-scale practices inside the NBA bubble at the Disney complex started Thursday, with the Magic — the first team to get into the campus earlier this week — becoming the first team formally back on the floor....

 2020-07-10 00:09 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

The Coast releases first print edition since March...

Managing Editor Kyle Shaw said the print edition is full of just what people need right now: lobster, ice cream and lots of beaches....

 2020-07-10 00:03 

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Still testing positive, Dylan Frittelli among 3 back at work on PGA Tour...

Dylan Frittelli says it was hard not to feel like an outcast Thursday at the Workday Charity Open in a group of three players who tested positive for the coronavirus and keep doing so. But at least he was playing....

 2020-07-10 00:02 

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[ Toronto ]

Toronto police officer accused of submitting false will, receiving $800K...

Toronto police allege one of their officers received a more than $800,000 payout after submitting a fraudulent will....

 2020-07-10 00:00 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Barrington's Pride flag was cut down. Residents are now fundraising for a security camera...

Residents of Barrington, N.S., were outraged when their Pride flag was cut down in the middle of a late June night, but now they're taking matters into their own hands....

 2020-07-10 00:00 

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[ Edmonton ]

Edmonton News at 6...

Veteran journalist Nancy Carlson takes the helm of CBC Edmonton's supper hour show, reporting weekdays on breaking news and current events in Alberta's capital city....

 2020-07-10 00:00 

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[ Calgary ]

CBC Calgary News at 6, July 09, 2020...

Current and comprehensive news stories from around Calgary and Southern Alberta...

 2020-07-09 23:47 

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[ British Columbia ]

Promised greenhouse gas reductions from LNG projects are vastly overstated, says new report...

A former government geoscientist says B.C. LNG development will push the province's emissions over the 2050 target by as much as 227 per cent....

 2020-07-09 23:29 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Hospital visits restricted amid cluster of COVID-19 cases in Prince Albert...

The province says there's been a growing cluster of COVID-19 cases in the Prince Albert area and it's been difficult to do contact tracing in the city because many people aren't going in to get tested....

 2020-07-09 23:25 

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[ Edmonton ]

Exchange that led to MLA being ejected from Alberta Legislature under review...

The speaker's office at the Alberta Legislature is reviewing an exchange Wednesday night that led to an MLA being ejected from the house....

 2020-07-09 23:25 

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[ Montreal ]

Critics slam CAQ government's 3rd attempt at reforming popular immigration program...

After two failed attempts that forced it forced to backtrack, the CAQ government has once again announced changes to the popular Quebec Experience Program. And once again, no one seems pleased....

 2020-07-09 23:13 

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[ British Columbia ]

Popular B.C. Interior beach closed by local First Nation amid COVID-19 concerns...

The Lower Similkameen Indian Band (LSIB) has closed the Chopaka Bridge Beach, which is a private beach on reserve land, because it worries tourists might bring COVID-19 to the community....

 2020-07-09 23:12 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Man shot and killed by police in Eastern Passage...

Halifax District RCMP have referred the investigation to Nova Scotia's Serious Incident Response Team. Police were called to a home in Eastern Passage on Thursday after reports of an armed man uttering threats....

 2020-07-09 23:07 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Great white shark back in Nova Scotia waters...

The shark, named Teazer, was tagged off Lunenburg, N.S., on Oct 3, 2019. He pinged in at 4:44 a.m. off East Ironbound Island, according to Ocearch....

 2020-07-09 23:01 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Inmate dies at the Regina Correctional Centre...

The Ministry of Corrections and Policing said the inmate was declared dead at approximately 8 a.m. CST on Thursday....

 2020-07-09 22:58 

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[ Saskatoon ]

Saskatoon mayoral candidate denounces 'Monday morning quarterbacking' of Evan Penner arrest video...

Rob Norris says people need to let the Public Complaints Commission's investigation into the arrest of Evan Penner play out first before they come to conclusions about the July 4 confrontation....

 2020-07-09 22:56 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

P.E.I. fisheries minister says Malpeque fishermen want new $41M harbour...

Malpeque fishermen are calling on the federal government to build a new harbour, according to Fisheries Minister Jamie Fox....

 2020-07-09 22:47 

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[ Manitoba ]

Northwestern Manitoba under flood warning as water to gush in from Saskatchewan...

People living along the Churchill River are being alerted about a possible flooding as waters from Saskatchewan rush into northern Manitoba....

 2020-07-09 22:37 

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[ Manitoba ]

Mayor claims some victories after court rules against Winnipeg's development fees...

Mayor Brian Bowman says the court decision that ruled the city must return impact fees collected from developers actually sets precedents in favor of the city....

 2020-07-09 22:22 

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Severe thunderstorms, heavy rain possible tonight...

Environment Canada has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for Waterloo region and Wellington County for Thursday night, but the real thing to watch for is heavy rain, says the weather authority, which could produce up to 50 millimeters in just an hour....

 2020-07-09 22:21 

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[ Windsor ]

Leamington mayor wants faster COVID-19 testing, with only 19 farms swabbed...

Leamington Mayor Hilda MacDonald wants COVID-19 testing in the agriculture sector to happen at a faster rate so that the region can better understand what it's dealing with....

 2020-07-09 22:14 

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[ Hamilton ]

Why an epidemiologist says wearing masks in indoor public spaces should be mandatory...

Hamilton's board of health may vote on Friday to make the wearing of masks mandatory inside indoor public spaces. Dr. Catherine Clase, an associate professor of medicine at McMaster University and a nephrologist at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton...

 2020-07-09 22:07 

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U Sports football age cap, pandemic combine to cut short players' careers...

Dozens of Canadian football players dreaming of hoisting the Vanier Cup in their fifth and final year of university eligibility have had those hopes dashed....

 2020-07-09 22:06 

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[ Edmonton ]

10 vehicles spray-painted with swastikas, racist slurs in southwest Edmonton vandalism spree...

Edmonton police are investigating after 10 vehicles were vandalized with graffiti that included swastikas and racist slurs....

 2020-07-09 22:04 

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[ Edmonton ]

Three more COVID-19 deaths linked to outbreak at Misericordia hospital...

Alberta reported three more COVID-19 deaths on Thursday, all of them linked to a growing outbreak that has forced the Misericordia Community Hospital in Edmonton to close its door to new patients and cancel all surgeries....

 2020-07-09 22:03 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Halifax police board says it needs more time to define defunding the police...

After a lengthy meeting Thursday, Halifax's board of police commissioners say they need more time and possibly a committee to define what defunding the police means....

 2020-07-09 22:03 

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[ North News ]

Yellowknife gun thief's sentencing delayed to allow COVID-19 quarantine...

The sentencing of a man who stole guns and jewelry from a Yellowknife home has been delayed again. On Thursday, the judge agreed to a request from the lawyer for Beau Desire-Tesar to postpone his sentencing, which was already rescheduled to take place Jul...

 2020-07-09 22:00 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

'Bit of a conflict' could mean new tender for P.E.I. park Wi-Fi contract...

A half-million-dollar contract to introduce Wi-Fi service to Prince Edward Island's provincial parks may have to be sent out to tender again, says Tourism Minister Matthew MacKay....

 2020-07-09 21:59 

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[ Windsor ]

CBC Windsor News...

The stories you care about. The people in our community. The issues that affect our lives....

 2020-07-09 21:57 

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Jon Cornish impressed with fellow Canadian Chuba Hubbard's off-field stand against racism...

As last season's NCAA rushing leader, Chuba Hubbard was a deserving winner of the Jon Cornish Trophy as the top Canadian in U.S. college football....

 2020-07-09 21:57 

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Canucks captain Horvat forced to leave wife, newborn at home ahead of Cup chase...

Canucks captain Bo Horvat returned to Vancouver Sunday, a week after his wife Holly gave birth to the couple's first child. He is preparing for the team's training camp to open Monday while his family remains in Ontario....

 2020-07-09 21:56 

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[ Montreal ]

Montreal removes Cabot Square bench that deterred passersby from sitting for long — or lying down...

If the city is going to discourage people from spending too much time in certain locations, it should do more to help the homeless people who congregate there, says the executive director of Montreal's Native Women's Shelter....

 2020-07-09 21:56 

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[ Montreal ]

Montreal removes Cabot Square bench that deterred passersby from sitting for too long...

If the city is going to discourage people from sitting too long in certain locations, it should do more to help the homeless people who congregate there, says the executive director of Montreal's Native Women's Shelter....

 2020-07-09 21:48 

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[ Calgary ]

Calgary to reopen 4 pools by appointment only this week...

Four of Calgary's pools and recreation centres will reopen this week — though new COVID-19 safety measures mean things will look different for those planning to go for a dip....

 2020-07-09 21:47 

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[ Manitoba ]

Dancers share tradition of powwow with downtown audience...

The Rising Sun Pow Wow Club put on a show in Winnipeg Thursday as part of the Downtown Sounds Concert Series taking place in July. It was one of the group's first live performances since the start of the pandemic....

 2020-07-09 21:45 

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[ North News ]

Whitehorse RCMP look for suspect in 2 attempted sexual assaults...

Police in Whitehorse are asking for help to find the suspect in a couple of attempted sexual assaults over the last two days....

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