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Police investigate incident that left man with life-threatening injuries

A man is in hospital in life-threatening condition after an incident Monday in the Sherbrooke neighbourhood in northwest Edmonton.
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Heritage committee demands more changes to Château annex

The architects behind a controversial addition to Ottawa's Château Laurier still don't have it "quite right," but the city's built heritage subcommittee stopped short of rejecting outright the latest draft Monday.
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Marijuana bill inches closer to passage with House vote

The Liberal government's bill to legalize recreational marijuana has cleared another vote in the House of Commons, but it still has to get a final stamp of approval from an unpredictable Senate before it can become law.
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Eduardo Balaquit's family continues rural search for missing father after police leave area

Police search and rescue crews wound down their quest for missing Winnipeg man Eduardo Balaquit in the Riverton and Arborg area, a police spokesperson said Monday morning.

Barry Trotz resigns as coach of Stanley Cup-winning Capitals

Barry Trotz has resigned as coach of the Washington Capitals after leading them to the Stanley Cup. The team announced the resignation Monday. The 55-year-old Trotz went into the season without any certainty about his future when ownership and general manager Brian MacLellan last summer opted not to give him a contract extension.
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Pot shop esthetic 'could be beautiful,' say designers

There has been much talk of red tape and rules when it comes to the legalization of marijuana in Saskatchewan, but very little about the esthetics of an appealing pot shop.

Finding Adler: The music and mystery of the Jewish refugee who shaped the lives of a Chinese family

During the Second World War, a Jewish refugee escaped the Nazis and fled to Shanghai. There, he taught music to a group of orphans, but abruptly disappeared in 1947. The Chinese-Canadian son of one of those orphans, Fang Sheng, set out to solve the mystery of what happened to him.

Rachel Homan's coach leaves rink after 3-year run

Coach Adam Kingsbury is leaving Team Rachel Homan after a three-year run with the Ottawa-based rink.

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Whale freed but won't leave Harbour Grace

A whale stuck in shallow water was freed Monday morning, but keeps swimming back into the harbour.
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Trustees to decide on Davin School name controversy

The Regina public school board is looking at renaming Davin School, calling it The Crescents School.
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Lethbridge Hurricanes player in medically induced coma after weekend campfire incident

A Lethbridge Hurricanes hockey player is in a medically induced coma in critical condition while a second player and WHL alumnus remain in hospital after a campfire incident Friday evening west of Calgary.
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Bonaventure Expressway reopens toward downtown Montreal

All the westbound lanes toward downtown Montreal are now open again after closing this morning for emergency repairs.
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South Korea suspends wheat and flour sales from Canada over GMO plants found in Alberta

South Korea has joined Japan in suspending trade in Canadian wheat following the discovery of a small number of genetically modified plants in southern Alberta.
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Searching for slime mould — and other life — near McAdam

Researchers across North America have gathered in New Brunswick to discover new plant and animal species.
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Bard in the Barracks brings back fan favourite and new play

The outdoor theatre company's 13th season include a reboot of last year's Comedy of Errors and lesser-known dark comedy Cymbeline.
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Saputo urges end to milk ingredients pricing system opposed by U.S.

Saputo Inc. wants an end to a domestic milk ingredient pricing system that has angered the United States, chief executive Lino Saputo Jr. said on Monday, showing a rare crack in solidarity among processors and the country's sheltered dairy farmers.
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The Victoria bridge on Ridout is old and needs to be replaced

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Toronto homicide detectives investigating after man killed at Bloor-Yonge subway station

Homicide detectives are investigating after a man in his early 20s was fatally struck by a train at Bloor-Yonge subway station on Monday morning.
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Cameras catch deer 'posing' for photos, raccoons prowling in Calgary parks

On Monday, Calgary Parks posted nearly 70,000 new photos of wildlife in the city's urban parks. The department is asking the public to help identify the species.

Girl, 9, seriously injured by dog bites on Sask. First Nation

RCMP say a nine-year-old girl was bitten by two dogs on the Fishing Lake First Nation in Saskatchewan.

Helping refugees becoming a 'popularity contest,' says advocate

Conservative MP Michelle Rempel has called for the government to let in more LGBTQ refugees and to track the numbers, but some advocates worry about politicizing the refugee system and warn against prioritizing any particular group over others.
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Belgium spoils Panama's World Cup debut with shutout victory

Romelu Lukaku scored two goals in a six-minute span and Dries Mertens put in another Monday to give Belgium a 3-0 win over Panama at the World Cup.

ATV rollover claims life of man near Belle Plaine, Sask.

An accident involving an all-terrain vehicle has claimed the life of a 45-year-old man.
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Electric charging station installed at Eliot River Elementary

To go along with the 12 solar panels on its grounds, the school has now added an electric car charging station, which has been donated by M.B. Eye Electrical.