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Arrest warrant issued for suspect in fatal Southgate Centre assault

​A province-wide arrest warrant has been issued for a man Edmonton police believe is responsible for a vicious assault at Southgate Centre that left a man dead.

Canada's Andreescu unable to finish Fed Cup loss to Ukraine

Bianca Andreescu was called into action only 15 minutes before the match when Francoise Abanda suffered an eye injury in a fall, but Andreescu later withdrew with an injury as Ukraine's Lesia Tsurenko won the Fed Cup match.
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'Fear and division': Trudeau rips Conservatives in campaign-style speech to supporters

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took sharp aim at his chief electoral opponent, casting Andrew Scheer as a divisive force in a campaign-style speech to fire up his troops.
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Montreal organization for distressed parents calls out government over lack of funding

The founder of La Maison Kangourou has penned a public letter, calling for better funding for organizations which help parents in crisis, following the death of a two-year-old girl in Quebec City.

Chemical weapons inspectors in Syria reach Douma, get samples

Chemical weapons inspectors collected samples from Syria's Douma on Saturday, two weeks after a suspected gas attack there followed by retaliatory strikes by Western powers on the Syrian government's chemical facilities.

LAFC rally to beat Montreal Impact

Ignacio Piatti's first-half hat trick wasn't enough, as LAFC rallied to defeat Montreal 5-3
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4 RTDNA awards for CBC Sudbury

CBC Sudbury is being recognized for excellence by the Radio Television Digital News Association, known as the RTDNA.
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Impact crumble against LAFC after holding halftime lead

Carlos Vela scored from the penalty spot in the 83rd minute as expansion-side Los Angeles FC overcame an Ignacio Piatti hat trick to defeat the 10-man Montreal Impact 5-3 at Saputo Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
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Winnipeg police car crashes into building on Main Street

A police car has crashed into a building on Main Street, just south of Inkster Boulevard. A second car, a red sedan, also appears to be involved in the incident.

India seeks death penalty for rape of girls under 12

India's government has decided to hand down the death penalty for people convicted of raping girls under the age of 12 to combat crimes against women.
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Brackley Drive-In closed until ground dries up

The Brackley Drive-In theatre typically opens the first weekend in May, but owner Bob Boyle is delaying the opening until May 11 to give the ground more time to dry up.
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(Live at 3:00 pm ET) Hockey Night in Canada on CBC: Stanley Cup Playoffs

Pittsburgh at Philadelphia - Game 6

Kamloops artist to compete in 'World Cup' of floral design

Paul Jaras will represent Canada at the 2019 FTD World Cup, a weeklong event in Philadelphia that will pit him against dozens of the world's best floral artists.

CBC Montreal, Quebec win 12 RTDNA journalism awards

CBC journalists in Montreal and Quebec City have won a dozen RTDNA Canada awards for the Central Canada region for their work in 2017.

Vancouver restaurant fed up with no-shows, charges $10 reservation fee per person

No-shows have long been a major frustration in the restaurant business and, while some restaurants have cancellation fees for larger groups, one Vancouver eatery is taking it a step further.

Tools stolen from Humboldt, Sask., program for people with disabilities

A woodworking program for people with disabilities in Humboldt, Sask., had to shut down temporarily after thieves broke in and stole about $10,000 worth of tools and equipment last month.

Canadian fashion awards honour Greta Constantine, Canada Goose and others

Montreal luxury house Marie Saint Pierre is the year's best womenswear designer while Montreal streetwear brand Atelier New Regime is tops in menswear at the Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards.

Gatineau police investigating suspicious death

Gatineau police are investigating after a body was found near Maloney Boulevard East Saturday afternoon.

Clean-up crews, seagulls, work overnight to restore Sunset Beach after 4/20 blow-out

Clean-up crews spent the night trying to clean up Sunset Beach in Vancouver after 4/20 celebrations left a 'muddy, soggy' mess, according to a park board official.

Stanley Cup notes: Bruins' Bergeron 'optimistic' for Game 5

Centre Patrice Bergeron is "optimistic" he can play Saturday when the Boston Bruins face the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 5 of their first-round series.

Story of unlikely friendship wins award for CBC London

A story about a homophobic slur - and the twist that followed - has earned CBC London's Hala Ghonaim an award for her reporting.

Obamas, Clintons attend Barbara Bush funeral

Four former U.S. presidents were among some 1,500 mourners who gathered at a Houston church on Saturday for the funeral of former first lady Barbara Bush.
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Inmate dies in Clarenville women's prison, sources say

A woman with mental health issues died Friday night after being taken to hospital from the Correctional Centre for Women in Clarenville.

CBC Ottawa wins top prizes at regional journalism awards

CBC Ottawa took home three top prizes at the Radio-Television Digital News Association of Canada awards Saturday, including an award for the station's heart-breaking story about the absence and inaccessibility of defibrillators in Ottawa schools.

Flooding forces 2nd 'immediate' evacuation order north of Oliver, B.C.

Flooding has forced Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen to order the evacuation of 33 properties Saturday, north of Oliver, B.C., in the second evacuation order in 24 hours.