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 2020-01-23 05:09 

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[ Manitoba ]

Blaze consumes cargo warehouse at airport in Churchill, Man....

A large warehouse near the airport in Churchill, Man., caught fire Wednesday, and quickly developed into what was "probably the biggest fire" the town's fire chief says he's ever fought....

 2020-01-23 04:48 

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[ Edmonton ]

Edmonton city council approves affordable housing proposal beside Keheewin School...

The city voted 11 to 2 in favour of builing a 135-unit affordable housing project in the community of Keheewin Park....

 2020-01-23 04:41 

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[ British Columbia ]

Langley RCMP investigating assault at Willowbrook mall involving firearm...

Langley RCMP are investigating an assault at Willowbrook Shopping Centre on Tuesday afternoon....

 2020-01-23 04:14 

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[ Toronto ]

Woman critically injured in stabbing near York University...

A female was transported to hospital with life-threatening injuries after she was stabbed near York University on Wednesday night....

 2020-01-23 04:01 

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Shooting in downtown Seattle leaves 1 dead, 5 others wounded...

At least six people have been shot in downtown Seattle , including one fatally....

 2020-01-23 03:59 

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[ British Columbia ]

Baby, it's cold inside: Seniors centre struggles to heat building, stay open...

A popular activity centre in Vernon has launched a "furnace fundraiser" as it faces possible closure over crushing debt and a failing heating system....

 2020-01-23 03:57 

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Slumping Jets slide into all-star break with 4th straight loss after Blue Jackets comeback...

Oliver Bjorkstrand scored twice, Elvis Merzlikins stopped 27 shots, and the Columbus Blue Jackets beat the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 on Wednesday night for their sixth straight win....

 2020-01-23 03:49 

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Inclement weather continues to plague Australian Open on Day 4...

Some of the so-called true blue courts at the Australian Open were coated in red after a rain front that lashed Melbourne overnight pushed through a dust storm from the northwest and left its mark on the city and the tournament....

 2020-01-23 03:02 

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[ Hamilton ]

Hamilton's post-LRT transportation task force will start meeting next week...

The province still hasn't announced who is on the task force, which will make a recommendation in February....

 2020-01-23 02:59 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

Fort St. John gives $75K in forestry aid to the Salvation Army...

The City of Fort St. John has decided to give $75,000 of provincial support intended to help the municipality's ailing forestry workers to the Salvation Army's food hub program....

 2020-01-23 02:49 

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Raptors grind out win over 76ers as VanVleet catches fire in the clutch...

Fred VanVleet scored 22 points while Marc Gasol had 17 points on a perfect shooting night, and the Toronto Raptors beat the Philadelphia 76ers 107-95 on Wednesday for their fifth consecutive win....

 2020-01-23 02:30 

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[ Edmonton ]

St. Albert doctor who started society to protect Big Lake dies at 81...

Prominent St. Albert doctor Finlay Fairfield, who co-founded two medical clinics and launched a society to protect Big Lake, died last week at age 81....

 2020-01-23 02:18 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

Revelstoke councillor resigns over mayor and council pay increases...

Revelstoke Coun. Steven Cross has abruptly resigned at a special council meeting after council voted down his motion to forgo pay increases and instead divert the money into paving and infrastructure projects....

 2020-01-23 02:05 

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[ Calgary ]

This kitten survived a two-hour drive in a truck engine...

When a tiny orange cat crawled into a truck owner's engine compartment in rural Alberta, it ended up travelling two hours into the city — unhurt and ready to be adopted....

 2020-01-23 01:23 

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[ Manitoba ]

Watch for signs of financial abuse of seniors, securities commission warns after mortgage salesperson charged...

Allegations a Manitoba mortgage salesperson took more than $500,000 from a widow in her 80s have prompted the Manitoba Securities Commission to warn other seniors about how to avoid becoming the victim of fraud....

 2020-01-23 01:20 

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[ Edmonton ]

Accused dangerous driver asks judge to reverse guilty plea...

Todd Lambert, 51, is asking a judge for permission to withdraw a guilty plea he made more than a year ago to dangerous driving causing death. Natalie Hawkins was killed in a rear-end collision in May 2016....

 2020-01-23 01:14 

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[ British Columbia ]

Huge ice disc makes rare appearance on South Thompson River...

A strange, swirling circle of ice that appeared at a bend in the South Thompson River has attracted plenty of attention in the Kamloops area. It was not caused by "alien stuff"....

 2020-01-23 01:10 

CBC

[ Calgary ]

Young elk gets tangled in tomato cage, walks away with cool earring, Parks Canada says...

A young elk got tangled in one of those wire tomato cones but after a Parks Canada intervention, he's back with his mom and the herd, sporting the animal equivalent of an earring....

 2020-01-23 01:06 

CBC

[ Toronto ]

Toronto resident travelling to China for Lunar New Year unfazed as coronavirus spreads...

A Toronto woman — one of millions of people heading to China for the Lunar New year — seems unfazed by the coronavirus outbreak, which has left 17 people dead amid more than 540 confirmed cases....

 2020-01-23 01:00 

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[ Calgary ]

CBC Calgary News at 6, January 22, 2020...

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

 2020-01-23 00:57 

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[ Edmonton ]

'Risk of people dying': Albertans respond to possible changes with supervised consumption sites...

Health professionals and community members in Edmonton are responding to Premier Jason Kenney's announcement that the province could close or relocate some supervised drug consumption sites across Alberta....

 2020-01-23 00:53 

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Auston Matthews pulls out of all-star game with injury, replaced by Brady Tkachuk...

Maple Leafs centre Auston Matthews won't participate in on-ice events at the NHL all-star game, the team announced on Wednesday. Matthews will be replaced by Senators forward Brady Tkachuk....

 2020-01-23 00:44 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

Police working with U.S. art students for fresh clues in 47-year-old Chilliwack mystery...

Investigators are hoping a new reconstruction of an unidentified man found dead along the Fraser River in 1972 may lead to new clues in the cold case....

 2020-01-23 00:43 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Lower Sackville water main break under repair...

Water customers in the Fall River, Miller Lake and Windsor Junction areas will be without service and there is no estimated service restoration time, Halifax Water stated in a news release on Wednesday night....

 2020-01-23 00:34 

CBC

[ Calgary ]

Calgary restaurants forced to shut their doors due to pipe bursts from warming weather...

Both locations of the Pig & Duke have flooded due to burst pipes after a dramatic weather shift in Calgary. The pubs aren't alone. Several eateries have been flooded....

 2020-01-23 00:28 

CBC

[ Manitoba ]

Special Manitoba Hydro rate class needed to offset challenges of living on First Nations, appeal court hears...

Manitoba Hydro and the Public Utilities Board faced off in court Wednesday in a power struggle over whether the board had the right to order the creation of special electricity rate class for for Indigenous customers on reserves....

 2020-01-23 00:28 

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[ Nova Scotia ]

Friends of Halifax student killed in Iran plane crash pack up her apartment...

Masoumeh Ghavi and her sister died two weeks ago when Iranian forces shot down Ukraine International Flight 752 as it left Tehran. On Wednesday, her friends cleaned out her Queen Street apartment in Halifax....

 2020-01-23 00:27 

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NDP says it wants to pay down $7M campaign debt before the next election...

The NDP has set an ambitious goal of paying down the $7 million of its remaining election debt — so it won't be caught financially flat-footed in the event of a sudden election....

 2020-01-23 00:27 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

B.C. privacy commissioner suggests media civility for Prince Harry and Meghan...

British Columbia's privacy commissioner says the media should practice self-regulation when it comes to respecting the privacy rights of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex....

 2020-01-23 00:25 

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[ Saskatchewan ]

Loon Lake-area man accused of making child pornography, attempting to lure 10-year-old boy...

A concerned grandparent saved a 10-year-old boy from possible harm after reporting a case of alleged child luring earlier this month....

 2020-01-23 00:14 

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[ Montreal ]

Quebec to expand assisted death to mentally ill, but few expected to qualify...

Quebec plans to expand medical aid in dying to include people with severe, incurable mental illness, the province's health minister says, with guidelines to be drawn up by the provincial college of physicians....

 2020-01-23 00:05 

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[ Hamilton ]

'She's the girl next door:' Volunteers and family search for missing Holly Ellsworth-Clark...

Hopes of finding Holly Ellsworth-Clark stay alive as hundreds of people surveyed streets in Hamilton Wednesday evening to find the missing 27-year-old....

 2020-01-23 00:03 

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[ Prince Edward Island ]

Sleigh ride offers seniors chance to create special memories, reconnect with roots...

A group of seniors ponied up in the cold for a special sleigh ride in Souris, P.E.I., on Wednesday afternoon....

 2020-01-23 00:00 

CBC

[ Hamilton ]

'We've hit the wall:' head of clinical operations says Hamilton General Hospital resources running thin...

Staff at Hamilton General Hospital are working under increasing demands to deliver care, while the site continues to work overcapacity....

 2020-01-22 23:59 

CBC

[ Nova Scotia ]

How virtual reality may dramatically change eye testing, research...

A team at the IWK Health Centre in Halifax is looking at eye testing in a new way thanks to an experiment with virtual reality....

 2020-01-22 23:57 

CBC

[ Manitoba ]

Memorial held for 'ever-smiling' Winnipeg Grade 5 student killed in Iran plane crash...

A memorial was held Tuesday evening to honour the memory of Anisa Sadeghi, 10, a student at Winnipeg's Henry G. Izatt Middle School who was killed when a Ukraine International Airlines flight was shot down in Iran earlier this month....

 2020-01-22 23:52 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

B.C. human rights commissioner defends her support of hereditary chiefs who oppose LNG pipeline...

British Columbia's human rights commissioner is defending herself against accusations by Indigenous supporters of the liquefied natural gas industry that she didn't do her research before wading into a pipeline dispute....

 2020-01-22 23:44 

CBC

[ Windsor ]

Windsor-Essex public elementary students won't receive report cards due to ongoing ETFO job action...

Scott Scantlebury, public relations officer with the GECDSB, said report cards and kindergarten learning assessments were supposed to be released the week of Feb. 10....

 2020-01-22 23:36 

CBC

[ Calgary ]

Some mountain pine beetle populations down 95% after cold snap, says Alberta biologist...

Many in southern Alberta's human population were struggling to find upsides to the deep freeze that hit the province this time last week. But the extreme cold did manage to get rid of most of the forest-destroying pine beetles....

 2020-01-22 23:35 

CBC

[ Edmonton ]

Edmonton metro region to consider combining transit systems...

City councils in Edmonton, St. Albert, Leduc and 10 other municipalities in the metropolitan area will consider combining their resources to create a single transit system to serve the region....

 2020-01-22 23:34 

CBC

[ Calgary ]

As close to the moon as you'll get, without becoming an astronaut...

The moon is setting down in Calgary this week, or at least, it's the closest representation you might ever experience....

 2020-01-22 23:33 

CBC

[ British Columbia ]

Who paid for the (fake) protest outside Meng Wanzhou's hearing? We still don't know...

Huawei Technologies says it had nothing to do with the group of young people who were paid to hold signs supporting Meng outside of B.C. Supreme Court....

 2020-01-22 23:27 

CBC

[ Newfoundland & Labrador ]

For kidney donor and her husband, military help with shovelling is literally life-saving...

For Carolann Harris and her husband Chris, recovering from a kidney transplant means they couldn't shovel their driveway after the blizzard. Thanks to the military, Harris says ambulances can now reach her and her partner....

 2020-01-22 23:26 

CBC

[ Toronto ]

Young Peoples Theatre forced to cancel shows amid rotating teachers' strikes...

Young People's Theatre says it's been forced to cancel seven upcoming performances of Jungle Book and place 22 others on hold due to the ongoing dispute between teachers and the provincial government in Ontario. The theatre company estimates it wi...

 2020-01-22 23:26 

CBC

[ Toronto ]

Young People's Theatre forced to cancel shows amid rotating teachers' strikes...

Young People's Theatre says it's been forced to cancel seven upcoming performances of Jungle Book and place 22 others on hold due to the ongoing dispute between teachers and the provincial government in Ontario. The theatre company estimates it wi...

 2020-01-22 23:21 

CBC

As U.S. threatens retaliation over digital taxes, Canada waits for OECD talks...

As the U.S. continues to threaten other countries with retaliation if they proceed with a digital services tax, Canada's trade minister says the question of how to ensure profitable search engines, social media platforms and online retailers pay their...

 2020-01-22 23:17 

CBC

[ Saskatchewan ]

Regina fried chicken diner investigating after mouse fell onto customer's shoulder...

A rodent of some sort fell on a Mary Brown's customer last week, seemingly out of nowhere. The store's co-owner says he has no idea where the animal came from and he has since taken corrective action to remedy the situation....

 2020-01-22 23:12 

CBC

Hallmark media CEO leaves 1 month after same-sex ad backlash...

The head of Hallmark's media business is leaving the company after 11 years, just a month after its flagship Hallmark Channel faced an outcry over a decision to pull an ad with a lesbian couple kissing....

 2020-01-22 23:09 

CBC

[ New Brunswick ]

NB Power's smart meter plan gets major boost with critical endorsements...

Two key players who helped sink NB Power's application for smart meters two years ago told the Energy and Utilities Board they are satisfied the utility has sufficiently improved its proposal and individually offered critical endorsements of the new p...

 2020-01-22 23:06 

CBC

[ Saskatchewan ]

Judge rules Jason McKay had clear operating mind while saying 'I killed my wife'...

A Regina man has ruled that Jason McKay's statements, such as 'I killed her,' and 'I know I'm charged with murder' can be admitted as evidence to the murder trial at Regina's Court of Queen's Bench....

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