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Heat alerts across Canada and the health risk they pose

There are many heat alerts across Canada and health officials are raising concern over the risk higher temperatures can pose to older workers.
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Democrats and Republicans stunned by Trump's defence of Russia

However, many of them are regular Trump critics — whether today's development has any impact on his base remains to be seen.
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The evidence for Russian interference in U.S. politics

The evidence for Russian interference in U.S. politics is mounting, making Trump's disagreement with his own intelligence community all the more stunning.
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U.S.-Russia summit: Breaking down Trump and Putin's stunning news conference

To break it down, The National spoke to Reeva Goujon, vice president of global analysis for Stratfor and Philip Bump, national correspondent for the Washington Post.
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The National for July 16, 2018

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How summer beach fun is being made accessible for the disabled

The National takes you to Inverness, N.S, for a look at how summer beach fun is being made more accessible for the physically disabled.
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Treating gun violence as a public health issue could save lives

The city's board of health has accepted a report based on months of research advocating that it treat gun violence like any other threat to the health of Torontonians.
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Trump greets Putin, defends Russia to horror of U.S.

U.S. President Donald Trump greeted Russian President Vladimir Putin today at a summit in Helsinki, Finland.
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U.S. says it's ready to talk to the Taliban - but is the feeling mutual?

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.
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Teenager Alphonso Davies could be Canada's 1st men's soccer superstar

Teenager Alphonso Davies could be Canada's first men's soccer superstar. Ian Hanomansing sat down with Davies to talk about what's ahead.
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Public shaming in American politics | Dispatch

Public shaming is the latest tactic used by Trump administration opponents, who have been targeting Republicans after hours. CBC's Paul Hunter examines the method.
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Nova Scotia wants law to protect coast from climate change

Nova Scotia wants to be the first in Canada to create a law to protect its coast from climate change. CBC's Kayla Hounsell reports.
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What to expect from Trump-Putin summit in Helsinki

U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin are meeting in Helsinki Monday. CBC's Susan Ormiston and Paul Hunter explain what to expect from the summit.
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Major traffic jams in Montreal due to infrastructure neglect

Summer construction in Montreal continues to create major traffic jams due to years of infrastructure neglect. CBC's Jaela Bernstien reports.
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Soccer fans in Canada celebrate France's World Cup win

Soccer fans in Canada celebrated France's World Cup win. CBC's Natalie Kalata reports.
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The National for July 15, 2018

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Canadian businessman banned from U.S. over cannabis connection

A high-profile Canadian businessman is sounding the alarm over investments in the American pot industry after he was banned from entering the country for life.
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A timeline of Russian meddling in the U.S. election

The National takes a look at the timeline of the 2016 U.S. election campaign, and what led to Russian meddling in the campaign.
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The National for July 13, 2018

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Risk for single-sport kids supported by medical evidence

Experts say specialization makes more sense for self-driven athletes in their late-teens — before then, the ultimate goal in any sport should be to have fun.
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Why Canada's mustard seed farmers avoided U.S. tariff trouble

Canadians produce the vast majority of the planet's mustard seeds, but we import almost all the mustard we eat from the United States.
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Trump and Putin: What to expect from their meeting in Finland

For analysis on what to expect from their meeting and how this week's events might play into it, The National spoke to Ruth Ben-Ghiat, a professor of history at New York University.
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Canada's immigration ministers now divided on key issues

The key moment came when federal Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen openly criticized the Ontario government for what he called a dangerous and un-Canadian approach to the issue of asylum seekers.
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Trump praises May just a day after criticizing her

U.S. President Donald Trump was praising Prime Minister Theresa May today, less than 24 hours after criticizing her.
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U.S. indicts 12 Russians for hacking Hillary Clinton's computer networks

A U.S. federal grand jury has indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers on charges of hacking the computer networks of 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party, the Justice Department said.
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Sandra Oh's Emmy nomination a historic first for Asian women

Oh is the first woman of Asian heritage to be nominated for lead actress in a drama series. This year's Emmys also marks the first time a streaming service — Netflix — has gotten the most nominations.
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The National for July 12, 2018

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Anne's new season features original black character

It's part of an effort to have more diversity in the entertainment industry — and the producers are doing it without breaking historical accuracy or resorting to blatant tokenism.