Cause of Broncos bus crash still unknown: RCMP

Cause of Broncos bus crash still unknown: RCMP

The RCMP say a truck was in the intersection at the time of its fatal collision with the Humboldt Broncos bus. Assistant Commissioner Curtis Zablocki says the force is working to determine why the truck was there.
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'It's not right:' Sask. nurse fined $26,000 for Facebook comments

'It's not right:' Sask. nurse fined $26,000 for Facebook comments

Carolyn Strom, a registered nurse in Saskatchewan, was found guilty of professional misconduct by the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association and is appealing that decision. In 2015, she made comments on Facebook about how some staff at her gra...
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Ontario political leaders talk trade and broadband at International Plowing Match

Ontario political leaders talk trade and broadband at International Plowing Match

Ontario Premier Doug Ford said the province is sending a trade delegation to South Korea and Japan next month while speaking at the annual International Plowing Match in Verner, Ont. Tuesday. The match, a magnet for Ontario politicians, also saw N...
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RCMP commissioner says info in FBI probe led to arrest of intelligence director

RCMP commissioner says info in FBI probe led to arrest of intelligence director

An RCMP employee charged with trying to disclose secret information was discovered after a joint probe with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation pointed to a mole in the force, top Mountie Brenda Lucki said Tuesday. The RCMP commissioner, addr...
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Liberals, Conservatives woo parents; NDP reaches out to low-income families

Liberals, Conservatives woo parents; NDP reaches out to low-income families

The two front-runners in the federal election campaign kept up their courtship with young families Tuesday - the Liberals promised more money to help take care of young kids, while the Conservatives offered to help them save for college. NDP Leade...
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Ontario sending trade mission to Japan, South Korea next month to open new markets for Ontario farme

Ontario sending trade mission to Japan, South Korea next month to open new markets for Ontario farme

Ontario is sending a trade delegation to South Korea and Japan next month. Premier Doug Ford says the goal is to open new markets for Ontario farmers. Economic Development Minister Vic Fedeli and Agriculture Minister Ernie Hardeman will lead the m...
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Humphries denied release from Bobsleigh Canada by Calgary judge

Humphries denied release from Bobsleigh Canada by Calgary judge

Calgary judge denies bid by two-time Olympic boblsled champion Kaillie Humphries to get release from national team.
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Kurt Browning returns to CBC's 'Battle of the Blades' as head judge’

Kurt Browning returns to CBC's 'Battle of the Blades' as head judge’

World champion figure skater Kurt Browning returns to CBC's "Battle of the Blades," this time as head judge. He says he'll be looking for "heart" from the skaters and hockey players competing in the on-ice competition that debuts Thursday.
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Children's advocates call on all levels of government to take action on youth suicide

Children's advocates call on all levels of government to take action on youth suicide

Children's advocates from all the provinces and territories are banding together to call for action to combat youth suicide. At a meeting in Winnipeg, the advocates released a report that called for more help for young people contemplating suicide...
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Haviah Mighty wins Polaris Music Prize

Haviah Mighty wins Polaris Music Prize

Haviah Mighty reflects on the concept behind her album “13th Floor,” which won the 2019 Polaris Music Prize. It's the first awarded to a female rap artist. The project was selected by an 11-member jury as the Canadian album of the year based on it...
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Greens, NDP talk climate, Quebec as Liberals, Conservatives focus on kids

Greens, NDP talk climate, Quebec as Liberals, Conservatives focus on kids

On Day 6 of the federal election campaign, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer promised to revive two more Harper-era tax credits for children's activities the Liberals cancelled while Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau countered with a pledge to spend m...
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Mississauga, Ont. honours Bianca Andreescu

Mississauga, Ont. honours Bianca Andreescu

Bianca Andreescu returned to her hometown of Mississauga, Ontario for a "She the North" rally in her honour. The city celebrated Andreescu after she won the U.S. Open a week ago.
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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world, week of Sept. 16th

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world, week of Sept. 16th

The Canadian Real Estate Association is releasing its home sales figures for August The housing market has been regaining strength in recent months after a soft 2018 and weak start to this year Canopy Growth Corp. holds its annual meeting on Tuesd...
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Scheer talks tax cuts, Singh talks Quebec, Trudeau talks tennis

Scheer talks tax cuts, Singh talks Quebec, Trudeau talks tennis

On Day 5 of the federal election campaign, the major-party leaders fanned out from Surrey, B.C. to Sherbrooke, Que. On the West Coast, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer promised a universal tax cut. In Quebec, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh pledged a ne...
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Singh name-checks Trump, Scheer on defensive on Day 4 of campaign

Singh name-checks Trump, Scheer on defensive on Day 4 of campaign

On Day 4 of the federal election campaign, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh vowed to stand up to Donald Trump, while a new radio and internet ad from the Liberals took credit for doing just that. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, meanwhile, was on the de...
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Toronto Maple Leafs' Mitch Marner and Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas discuss Marner's six-year con

Toronto Maple Leafs' Mitch Marner and Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas discuss Marner's six-year con

Mitch Marner joined his Toronto Maple Leafs teammates in Paradise, N.L., for training camp Saturday after inking a six-year deal with the team. The 22-year old agreed to average annual salary of US$10.893 million. Marner and Maple Leafs general ma...
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Candidates' skeletons haunt Trudeau, Scheer on campaign trail

Candidates' skeletons haunt Trudeau, Scheer on campaign trail

The federal party leaders might prefer to be talking policy, but they've spent more time than they'd like talking about the old social-media posts of some of their candidates. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, forced Friday to address the past co...
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Therapy dogs the newest items to borrow at library

Therapy dogs the newest items to borrow at library

Ashten Black, of the therapy dog program at St. John Ambulance, spoke about Vancouver library's loans of therapy dogs in poetry promotion for 15-minute outings and how the dogs may help kids feel more confident when they read.
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Former OPP deputy commissioner launches wrongful dismissal suit

Former OPP deputy commissioner launches wrongful dismissal suit

A former deputy Commissioner of Ontario's provincial police force is launching a $15 million wrongful dismissal lawsuit against the Ontario government. Brad Blair is also calling for a commission of inquiry to investigate what he alleges are a str...
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Mounties charge one of their own under national secrets law

Mounties charge one of their own under national secrets law

Crown prosecutor John MacFarlane gives some broad details about the charges the RCMP are laying against one of their own. Cameron Ortis is charged under three sections of the Security of Information Act, which is designed to safeguard sensitive go...
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Canadian NHL teams report to camp

Canadian NHL teams report to camp

Most Canadian NHL teams started training camp Thursday with medicals and physical testing. Several teams have important players who remain unsigned. Friday marks the first on-ice day.
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Conservative, Liberal and NDP leaders focus on family, housing and health care

Conservative, Liberal and NDP leaders focus on family, housing and health care

Party leaders spent their first full day on the campaign trail promising to help families — Andrew Scheer by cutting taxes on family-leave benefits, Justin Trudeau by seeking to cut house prices with a tax targeting speculators, and Jagmeet Singh ...
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Federal leaders officially kick off election campaigns

Federal leaders officially kick off election campaigns

Leaders took to the microphones to outline first glimpses of party election platforms and to take pokes at each other Wednesday after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau officially started the election race earlier in the day.
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Andreescu hungry for more after U.S. Open win

Andreescu hungry for more after U.S. Open win

Bianca Andreescu of Mississauga, Ont., spoke to Canadian media for the first time since winning the U.S. Open. She said focusing on the New York court was difficult and she's prepared to work on her technique and improve her strength. She's the fi...
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This Day in History: 9/11 Terrorist Attacks

This Day in History: 9/11 Terrorist Attacks

September 11, 2001 marks one of the most tragic and deadliest days in American history. Four American airplanes were hijacked by 19 members of the terrorist group, al Qaeda. The terrorists flew two of the planes into the Twin Towers of the World T...
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