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 2021-04-18 15:03 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

P.E.I. marks 1-year anniversary of N.S. tragedy with 'heavy hearts'...

Prince Edward Island will light its government offices in blue and white to remember the 22 lives lost in a shooting tragedy in Nova Scotia one year ago....

 2021-04-18 15:00 

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[ British Columbia ]

GPS tracking, airport service included in plan to attract more transit riders in Prince George...

In Prince George, ridership numbers have gone down 45 per cent, according to B.C. Transit, but officials are hopeful that a five-to-seven-year service improvement plan will help attract people, especially students, to hop back on the city buses....

 2021-04-18 14:31 

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Tsitsipas dominates Monte Carlo Masters final for his 1st title of 2021...

Stefanos Tsitsipas won the Monte Carlo Masters without dropping a set, beating Andrey Rublev 6-3, 6-3 on Sunday for his first title this year and sixth overall....

 2021-04-18 14:30 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Meet the Gander teen sharing his passion for family history online...

Like most teens, Parker Matchim spends hours of his free time online. But instead of TikTok or Twitch, you'll find him searching through historical archives and genealogical sites for his family lineage....

 2021-04-18 14:19 

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[ Toronto ]

Ontario reports 4,250 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday...

Ontario reported 4,250 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday....

 2021-04-18 14:10 

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Canadian F1 driver Nicholas Latifi crashes at Italian Grand Prix...

Montreal's Nicholas Latifi crashed hard Sunday during the Italian F1 grand prix race in Imola, but was able to walk away from the incident....

 2021-04-18 14:00 

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Moderna hasn't breached its vaccine contract despite repeated delivery concerns: Anand...

Moderna has not violated its contractual obligations with Canada, Procurement Minister Anita Anand says, despite continued setbacks over promised COVID-19 vaccine deliveries to this country....

 2021-04-18 14:00 

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[ North News ]

Bonding with baby: Inuvialuit mom makes traditional food for teething tot...

This week in the Arctic Kitchen, an Inuvialuit mom prepares caribou dry meat for when her baby boy begins teething....

 2021-04-18 14:00 

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[ North News ]

'They're all my favourites': Yukon bylaw officer takes selfies with animals he picks up...

Dogcatchers typically tend to shun the limelight, but a bylaw officer in Dawson City, Yukon, is getting a lot of attention for his Instagram feed of selfies taken with the animals he nabs....

 2021-04-18 14:00 

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[ British Columbia ]

The bull and bear case for the Lower Mainland's real estate market...

Mark Ting, CBC's finance columnist, says real estate prices depend on ebbs and flows based on supply and demand and various government policies....

 2021-04-18 13:56 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

COVID-19 on P.E.I.: What's happening Sunday, April 18...

Ontario asks P.E.I. for help as COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Upper Canada....

 2021-04-18 13:02 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

As Ontario seeks help in its COVID struggle, P.E.I. considers stricter border measures...

Premier Dennis King says the province is looking at further strengthening its "already strict" provincial border measures in an effort to limit the importation of COVID-19....

 2021-04-18 13:00 

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[ Edmonton ]

Makeshift outdoor patios open as Edmonton eateries adapt to restrictions...

Local eateries are getting creative to combat the financial burden of pandemic restrictions, opening patios in back alleys, parking lots and sidewalks....

 2021-04-18 13:00 

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[ British Columbia ]

As B.C. enters construction season, advocates call for better sidewalk access...

Accessibility advocates say municipal and provincial governments need to do more to ensure that construction crews take into consideration people of all abilities when temporary diversions are put in place for pedestrians....

 2021-04-18 12:15 

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[ Manitoba ]

Manitoba cottage lobby group won't protest new Ontario rules banning non-essential travel...

Manitobans hoping for an exemption that will let them visit their Ontario cabins once that province's new pandemic rules take effect on Monday will have to make the case themselves, the president of Manitoba's cottage lobby group says....

 2021-04-18 12:00 

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[ Edmonton ]

West Edmonton Mall blueprint for successful shopping centres, experts say...

Multi-use malls a mix of entertainment, leisure and retail stores have a much safer future compared to retail-only shopping malls, says analyst....

 2021-04-18 12:00 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Finding Glenn Fisher: He was a friend when she badly needed one. Then they lost touch...

Woman enlists social media sleuths to help her find the 'stepdad' who was a kind and listening ear when she was a troubled teen....

 2021-04-18 12:00 

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[ Calgary ]

Pandemic's stress and loneliness create dangerous cocktail for alcohol abuse...

Some alcoholism treatment centres say the pandemic has seen more people looking for a cure to their woes at the bottom of a glass....

 2021-04-18 11:34 

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[ Edmonton ]

An agricultural ewe-dunnit: Alberta lamb industry can't explain as prices reach record highs...

With the price of lamb springing to record levels in Alberta, people who enjoy the occasional lamb dinner may start feeling a little fleeced at the cost....

 2021-04-18 11:30 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

'He's had a lot of loss, and a lot of luck': This busker is not just a musician, but a survivor...

Steve Doiron is a fixture on Water Street in downtown St. John's, playing songs for people stopping nearby for a coffee or a tank of gas. "I drifted my whole life away from here," he says. "And now after all these years, it feels like home...

 2021-04-18 11:06 

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Reds' Joey Votto turns triple play off fellow Canadian Josh Naylor...

Canadian Josh Naylor lined into a triple play in the eighth inning, then let a routine grounder roll through his legs at first base with two outs in the ninth that led to Cincinnati's tying run as the Reds beat Cleveland 3-2 in the 10th Saturday....

 2021-04-18 11:00 

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[ Thunder Bay ]

Sip the flavours of the boreal forest with tea from this Thunder Bay company...

Boreal Forest Teas blends organic cultivated herbs with wild harvested plants from the boreal forest....

 2021-04-18 11:00 

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[ Manitoba ]

'It's like losing an old friend': Wolseley resident's beloved garden bus stop discontinued...

For more than 30 years, Sally Papso adored — and adorned — the Winnipeg Transit stop outside her home with flowers and amenities, but as of this weekend, it's been discontinued....

 2021-04-18 11:00 

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[ Manitoba ]

As Manitoba mulls changing its vaccine priorities, it's 'all hands on deck' next door in Saskatchewan...

The speed with which coronavirus variants of concern are spreading in Canada is making the need to get people vaccinated more urgent. With an increasing number of older people immunized, provinces are faced with choosing who's next on the priority lis...

 2021-04-18 11:00 

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[ Sudbury ]

DND studying how to dismantle underground bunker at military base in North Bay...

The Department of National Defence (DND) is looking into how it will dismantle an underground bunker in North Bay, Ont. The complex is located 180 metres below surface and was meant to accommodate up to 400 people for more than a month, in the event of a ...

 2021-04-18 11:00 

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3 views of pandemic job loss from Waterloo region workers...

CBC Kitchener-Waterloo spoke with three people in Waterloo region who dealt with job loss in the food and service sector in 2020 about the impact the pandemic has had on them, and where they are today....

 2021-04-18 11:00 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Saint Andrews mayor and deputy mayor vie for the same job in May election...

The mayoral race in Saint Andrews features two candidates who know each other well....

 2021-04-18 11:00 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

P.E.I. doctor helping keep Royal Canadian Navy safe from COVID-19...

Barely a week after taking up his new post with the Royal Canadian Navy in 2020, Lieutenant Commander Mitchell Drake began the process of keeping this country's sailors safe while ensuring our ships were able to carry out their missions during a globa...

 2021-04-18 10:32 

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Rejuvenated Eliud Kipchoge wins NN Mission Marathon...

Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge, the Olympic marathon champion and world record holder, sent a warning to his rivals ahead of this year's Tokyo Olympics by cruising to victory in the NN Mission Marathon in Enschede, the Netherlands on Sunday....

 2021-04-18 10:00 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Gasp caribou, the last of herds that once roamed the Maritimes, face extinction...

In the highlands of Gaspsie National Park, just a two-hour drive or so from Cambellton, you can find the only herd of caribou living south of the St. Lawrence River....

 2021-04-18 10:00 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

Memories of the Titanic sinking from P.E.I.'s Bygone Days...

This past week marked the sinking of the Titanic luxury liner off Canadian shores as it was travelling from Britain to New York. More than 1,500 people died on that fateful night after the ship hit an iceberg....

 2021-04-18 10:00 

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[ Montreal ]

CBC Montreal begins move into new Maison Radio-Canada...

CBC Montreal's afternoon radio show Let's Go with Sabrina Marandola became the first program to settle into CBC's new building on Ren-Lvesque and Papineau. CBC has been broadcasting from the original Maison Radio-Canada tower since 1973....

 2021-04-18 09:30 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Shagged up: Cormorants gorge on Bowring Park trout population...

What were once rare sightings on Newfoundland's rivers appear to be more common, as cormorants — better known as "shags" to seabird hunters — are being spotted in Bowring Park and around the Waterford River....

 2021-04-18 09:00 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

UFO sightings in Nova Scotia took off in 2020...

Most Canadian provinces, including Nova Scotia, more UFO sightings than usual in 2020. A leading Canadian researcher isn't sure why....

 2021-04-18 09:00 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Once an inmate and now an elder, Mi'kmaw sweat lodge keeper brings healing to prisoners...

Toby Condo of the Millbrook First Nation in Nova Scotia was once an inmate, but now he's an elder who is bringing traditional ceremony to the prison where he once served time....

 2021-04-18 09:00 

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For peak well-being, we need to ensure we get 7 unique types of rest: Jennifer Moss...

New research suggests one in three Canadians aren't getting enough sleep. But sleep is just one of seven distinct types of rest we need, to truly feel at our best. CBC's happiness and well-being columnist, Jennifer Moss, shares how we can incorpor...

 2021-04-18 08:30 

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[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

Polluted coastlines: How a diver reinvented his career to clean up N.L.'s harbours...

Shawn Bath switched his underwater focus after experiencing an epiphany about the state of Newfoundland and Labrador's shorelines. As Andie Bulman writes, his work is the subject of a new documentary....

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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How businesses are trying to survive the pandemic through crowdfunding...

More than a year into COVID-19, some small businesses are going beyond accessing government supports and urging customers to buy local with many requesting donations through online fundraising just to stay alive until they can fully reopen....

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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[ Montreal ]

Staff at Manoir Liverpool watched man choke to death, testimony at coroner's inquest reveals...

A coroner's inquest into long-term care homes in Quebec focused this past week on the Manoir Liverpool in Lvis, and more specifically on the death of one man, Jacques Levesque....

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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The U.S. is awash in vaccine supply. Its new concern: Will demand keep up?...

With some U.S. states now boasting more than one dose of COVID-19 vaccine for every adult, the newest concern involves demand: Will enough Americans get shots to achieve herd immunity?...

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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Student leaders cry out for support in federal budget, wary of long-term pandemic consequences...

The coronavirus pandemic has dealt multiple blows to Canadian students in post-secondary, altering their schooling and drastically affecting their job options. Student leaders and experts are calling for more help ahead of Monday's federal budget....

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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Gordie Howe would celebrate a 'class act' like Patrick Marleau breaking his record, says son...

Patrick Marleau expected to beat fellow Saskatchewan native Gordie Howe's long-standing record for most NHL games played. Howe's son says the hockey legend would be "thrilled" for the San Jose Shark, who is known for humble dedication....

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

It's time for the weekly CBC Ottawa news quiz...

How closely did you follow the past seven days in local news? Take our quiz to find out....

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

What you need to know about COVID-19 in Ottawa on Sunday, April 18...

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

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

Sandy Hill rowhouse residents face 'renovictions,' advocates say...

Tenants within a row of houses in Sandy Hill are gearing up to fight their landlord, alleging they're being forced from their homes by a company which let their units fall into disarray....

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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[ Saskatoon ]

Why the little things matter: How small and seemingly harmless nuances lead to greater danger for women...

Like many women involved in the Saskatoon music community, I have spent the last few weeks muddling through conflicting emotions as several "me too" accounts have surfaced....

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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[ New Brunswick ]

Nova Scotia to mark 1st anniversary of mass killing with memorial race, special ceremony...

Tragedy has weighed heavily on Nova Scotians, who will gather to honour the victims of last year's mass killing exactly one year later as questions have gone unanswered....

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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[ Ottawa ]

Couple turns to Facebook in search for surrogate...

After nearly a decade together, Lucas de Faria and Jonathan Hobin decided to start a family of their own. Naturally, they turned to social media....

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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[ Toronto ]

Some Ontario teachers are going back to class on Monday, but it's not clear how many have been vaccinated...

The Ontario government and the Greater Toronto Area's largest public health units say they don't yet know how many teachers and education workers have been vaccinated against COVID-19....

 2021-04-18 08:00 

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[ Hamilton ]

These are the people racing the clock to bring COVID-19 vaccines to Hamilton's homebound...

From the moment the COVID-19 vaccine is drawn from the vial, a clock starts ticking and Steve Flokstra is racing against time. The paramedic spent Saturday delivering doses of Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine to people who are homebound and otherwise might ...

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