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 2021-05-07 08:30 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

So sweet: Meet the bakers behind Ronald's Delicacies Treats...

Ife Alaba chats with the bakers of Ronald's Delicacies Treats as part of our Being Black in N.L. series....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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Tourism in Ontario's Prince Edward County is booming. If only staff could afford to live there...

Small business owners in Prince Edward County are now routinely arranging or offering housing to try to secure summer staff who would otherwise be priced out of its booming housing market....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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DNA used to ID sailor from doomed 1845 Franklin Expedition with living relative...

The 1845 Franklin Expedition to find the fabled Northwest Passage in the Canadian Arctic resulted in the deaths of nearly 130 sailors, and left more questions than answers. But 176 years later, a DNA match has identified the skeletal remains of a sailor a...

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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When will we stop working from home?...

Millions of non-essential workers have been doing their jobs from home since the early days of the pandemic. But with vaccinations spreading among Canadians many may now wonder — when will I stop working from home?...

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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'Goodwill' money from proposed nuclear waste site pours into declining Ontario farm town. What if it stops?...

A citizens' group is accusing Canada's nuclear industry of using its financial might to groom a declining Ontario farm community into becoming a willing host for the country's most dangerous radioactive waste....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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The story behind the speech actor Michael Greyeyes has been waiting 30 years to give...

A powerful speech delievered by Canadian Cree actor Michael Greyeyes in the new sitcom Rutherford Falls has fans cheering and underlines the value of having respresentaiton in the writing room....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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Sexual assault complainant details alleged abuse by junior hockey coach Bernie Lynch...

More than 30 years after the night he says changed his life, a former junior hockey player went to police in Saskatchewan to allege he was sexually assaulted by a coach. He shares his story with CBC News....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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Reusable takeout containers are a popular pandemic trend...

In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we look at innovations in reusable takeout containers and why some food lovers are taking beef off their menus....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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Maxime Bernier uttered racist slur about Jagmeet Singh, according to statement filed in court...

An affidavit filed in a defamation case accuses People's Party of Canada leader Maxime Bernier of expressing a racist slur regarding Jagmeet Singh's chances of winning a seat in 2018. Bernier says he's not a racist and the affidavit is part of...

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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Should Canadians get vaccinated abroad? Liberals, Tories skirt the issue but health experts encourage it...

CBC News asked four federal parties and health experts whether Canadians abroad who have access to a COVID-19 vaccine should get it. While the Liberals and Conservatives were evasive, other federal leaders and health experts are encouraging such action....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

Heritage, environmental advocates form group to save Alexandra Bridge...

The 120-year-old bridge is near the end of its life cycle, according to Public Services and Procurement Canada, and its deteriorating state means it will likely have to be replaced within the next decade....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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'Polarizing topic': Sides grapple with fairness of trans women competing on female teams...

Republican lawmakers in several U.S. states have introduced more than 100 bills related to transgender issues, many of them aimed at preventing transgender women and girls from competing on female sports team....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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[ Montreal ]

Meet the Kanien'keh:ka artists behind the Talking Treaties Tio'tia:ke Collective...

Ange Loft, along with the newly formed Talking Treaties Tio'tia:ke Collective, was selected as the inaugural Indigenous artist-in-residence at Montreal's Centaur Theatre....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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[ Montreal ]

The complicated legacy of Rgis Labeaume, Quebec City's strongman mayor who reinvented himself...

Rgis Labeaume, once an aspiring actor, is theatrical, quotable and never seems to back down from a fight. He added colour to the beige world of municipal politics....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

Systemic racism at the root of OPSEU's inclusivity problem, insiders say...

Deep systemic flaws within one of Ontario's largest unions have allowed sexist and racist behaviour to go unpunished for months, sometimes even years, according to current and former union members and social justice advocates....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

Bike shops, customers left spinning their wheels as supply dries up...

Think you're having trouble finding a new bicycle this spring? You're not alone: bike shops across Ottawa say they can't get their hands on new stock either....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Friday, May 7...

Here's CBC Ottawa's latest roundup of key updates during the coronavirus pandemic....

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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[ Sudbury ]

'Good start,' but still work to be done on census questions transgender advocates tell StatsCan...

As Canadians fill out their 2021 census they may notice a couple of new questions focusing on gender. Statistics Canada has added two separate questions, one asking about 'sex at birth' and one for gender. The change allows for individuals to be i...

 2021-05-07 08:00 

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What Elon Musk and SNL want from each other...

Tech mogul Elon Musk will host Saturday Night Live this weekend despite rumblings from critics and even some cast members. Jackson Weaver looks at the rationale for the controversial booking....

 2021-05-07 04:57 

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[ British Columbia ]

Toxic drug supply leads to increased overdoses on Vancouver Island...

The Island Health Authority is warning residents, particularly people who use drugs, about the increased number of overdoses on Vancouver Island in recent weeks, including the suspected overdose death of a 12-year-old girl in Langford, B.C....

 2021-05-07 04:19 

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Canada defeats Russia for 1st U18 men's hockey title since 2013...

Canada is golden at the under-18 men's hockey championship after another strong performance from two of the youngest players at the tournament....

 2021-05-07 04:13 

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[ Edmonton ]

Firefighters battling massive blaze at St. Albert seniors' residence...

Dozens of firefighters are on scene at a massive fire at a St. Albert seniors' residence Thursday night....

 2021-05-07 04:13 

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Fire crews battle massive blaze at seniors' residence northwest of Edmonton...

Dozens of firefighters are on scene at a massive fire at a St. Albert seniors' residence Thursday night....

 2021-05-07 04:13 

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3 people hospitalized after massive fire engulfs seniors' residence northwest of Edmonton...

Three people were hospitalized after a massive fire broke out at a seniors' residence in St. Albert, northwest of Edmonton Thursday night....

 2021-05-07 04:02 

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[ Manitoba ]

Manitoba grand chief calls for public inquiry into in-custody death of William Ahmo...

The organization representing First Nations in southern Manitoba is calling for a public inquiry into the death of William Ahmo, who died while in custody at Headingley Correctional Centre in February....

 2021-05-07 03:54 

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4 goals on 4 shots to begin game power Canucks to slump-busting win over Oilers...

Travis Hamonic had a goal and an assist Thursday, helping the Vancouver Canucks snap a six-game losing skid with a decisive 6-3 victory over the Edmonton Oilers....

 2021-05-07 03:40 

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[ Manitoba ]

Manitoba Liberals call for inquiry into allegations of sexual harassment, bullying in Winnipeg labour movement...

The Manitoba Liberals are calling for an independent inquiry into allegations of sexual harassment and bullying within Winnipeg's labour movement....

 2021-05-07 03:23 

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[ British Columbia ]

Restaurant workers from Richmond to Whistler now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines...

Workers 18 and older are being invited to book an appointment to receive a Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine at one of the province's clinics for front-line and essential workers....

 2021-05-07 03:20 

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[ Edmonton ]

Rapidly moving wildfire west of Edmonton prompts emergency alert...

A critical alert issued Thursday from Alberta Emergency Alert says a wildfire west of Tomahawk in the area of Range Road 62 and Range Road 70, and Township Roads 510 and 514 is moving rapidly and fire growth is expected due to windy conditions....

 2021-05-07 03:20 

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[ Edmonton ]

Rapidly moving wildfire west of Edmonton prompts evacuation order...

A critical alert issued Thursday from Alberta Emergency Alert says a wildfire west of Tomahawk in the area of Range Road 62 and Range Road 70, and Township Roads 510 and 514 is moving rapidly and fire growth is expected due to windy conditions....

 2021-05-07 02:59 

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Raptors fall to Wizards in OT thriller, putting playoff prospects in peril...

Bradley Beal had 14 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter and overtime Thursday night, and Russell Westbrook had his 34th triple-double of the season in the Washington Wizards' 131-129 win over Toronto that all but eliminated the Raptors from the NBA...

 2021-05-07 02:37 

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[ British Columbia ]

The PNE may be cancelled — but there's optimism your summer won't be...

There's a number of emerging signals that things in B.C. might begin looking more "normal" over the next few months....

 2021-05-07 02:27 

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Man charged with attempted murder after 2 Asian women attacked in San Francisco...

A man who allegedly stabbed two elderly women without warning at a San Francisco bus stop Tuesday was charged with attempted murder in an attack that follows a number of others against Asian Americans nationwide, authorities announced Thursday....

 2021-05-07 02:27 

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Man charged with attempted murder after 2 Asian women attacked in San Francisco...

A man who allegedly stabbed two elderly women without warning at a San Francisco bus stop Tuesday was charged with attempted murder in an attack that follows a number of others against Asian Americans nationwide, authorities announced Thursday....

 2021-05-07 02:23 

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[ Edmonton ]

Uphill battle: Edmontonians ignoring physical distancing rules on stairs and sidewalks, city says...

Popular outdoor amenities like river valley staircases will be on the radar of health and safety teams in Edmonton in the coming weeks as more people move outside to exercise and spend time, city officials say....

 2021-05-07 02:12 

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[ Toronto ]

Man who died while changing a tire in Caledon ID'd as Jaswant Sandhu, 32...

A man who was killed last week while changing a tire on a car has been identified by his friends as 32-year-old Jaswant "Sonu" Sandhu. A GoFundMe set up by friends has raised more than $70K for his family in just 1 day....

 2021-05-07 01:57 

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Matthews reaches 40-goal mark as Maple Leafs score 4 in opening frame to down Habs...

Auston Matthews scored his league-leading 40th goal of the season as the Toronto Maple Leafs downed the Montreal Canadiens 5-2 on Thursday night....

 2021-05-07 01:37 

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[ Ottawa ]

Climbing duo finds 'calmness and harmony' on Canada's 3rd-highest peak...

Mountaineers Pascale Marceau and Eva Capozzola are still re-adjusting to life at a lower altitude after their successful expedition to the top of Mount Lucania, Canada's third-highest peak....

 2021-05-07 01:17 

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B.C. woman questions courtroom masking policy over fears of airborne spread of COVID-19...

A Kelowna woman is worried about safe access to justice in B.C.'s provincial courtrooms after witnessing what she describes as very inconsistent mask wearing by courtroom officials and lawyers during a hearing she attended at the city's courthouse...

 2021-05-07 01:13 

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[ North News ]

Crude-texting MLAs will receive anti-bullying training, says Yukon Party leader...

Two Yukon Party MLAs who engaged in a vulgar text chat about some of their political opponents will receive anti-bullying and anti-harassment training, according to their party leader....

 2021-05-07 01:12 

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[ Calgary ]

Alberta Sheriff Highway Patrol wrap up 3-day campaign focused on commercial vehicle safety...

The Alberta Sheriff Highway Patrol, along with some law enforcement partners, wrapped up a three-day commercial vehicle safety campaign on Thursday that involved hundreds of additional inspections....

 2021-05-07 01:12 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Paramedics now onsite daily at Prince Albert police detention area to enhance addictions care...

Those with addictions in the custody of Prince Albert police now have access to on-site paramedic attention....

 2021-05-07 01:11 

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[ Edmonton ]

Court grants preemptive injunction against protest at Whistle Stop Cafe...

Alberta Health Services (AHS) has taken legal action against a planned protest at a central Alberta restaurant that was closed Wednesday for repeatedly violating the province's COVID-19 health restrictions....

 2021-05-07 01:10 

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The state of Jason Kenney's leadership during the 3rd wave | At Issue...

As COVID-19 cases continue to spike in Alberta, the At Issue panel discusses the state of Premier Jason Kenney's leadership and whether Albertans, or his party, will listen to his message. Plus, the panellists unpack Ontario Premier Doug Ford's ch...

 2021-05-07 00:55 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Regina man charged after allegedly emailing threats to Prime Minister's Office...

An email detailing threats of damage to the Legislature building, the Court of Queen's Bench and harm to an out-of-province physician and retired judge resulted in a Regina man facing a global charge of uttering threats....

 2021-05-07 00:50 

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[ North News ]

13 new cases of COVID-19 confirmed in N.W.T., new public exposure notice...

Yellowknife's COVID-19 outbreak continues to grow with 13 confirmed cases added on Thursday, bringing the total number of active cases in the city to 47. Anyone who was at the waiting area of Bella Dance Academy on May 1 between 9:45 a.m. and 10:45 a....

 2021-05-07 00:48 

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[ Manitoba ]

Sunday Frangi wins Brandon byelection, believed to be 1st Black councillor in Manitoba city's history...

Unofficial results from Wednesday's byelection in the city's Meadows-Waverly Ward 5 area show Sunday Frangi as the winner of the council seat, with 50 votes to Gordon MacRae's 42, according to a news release from the City of Brandon....

 2021-05-07 00:43 

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[ North News ]

'Making history': 1st N.W.T. teen gets COVID-19 vaccine...

Riley Oldford, 16, has cerebral palsy and a chronic lung disease. On Thursday he was among the first batch of teens to get the COVID-19 vaccine in the N.W.T....

 2021-05-07 00:25 

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[ Edmonton ]

First on-site oilsands clinic sees more than 1,600 vaccinations...

Some Alberta oilsands companies are having vaccination clinics, with the first clinic at CNRL ending with over 1,600 contractors and employees vaccinated....

 2021-05-07 00:24 

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[ British Columbia ]

Cariboo residents experiencing road closures due to washouts and landslides fear being stranded...

Residents of B.C.'s Cariboo region say they're becoming increasingly frustrated by a lack of government action addressing deteriorating road conditions caused by climate-change driven washouts and landslides....

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