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Nuclear materials stolen from Texas motel parking lot last year are still missing

Nuclear materials owned by the U.S. Department of Energy were stolen from rental car in a motel parking lot last year, never to be seen again.

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Bunny burden not solved by cull in Alberta mountain town despite $400K cost

Canmore's problem with too many rabbits remains despite an ongoing cull that has cost almost $400,000.

Police release suspect's image after fire deliberately set at Old City Hall courthouse

An investigation has found a Monday night fire at the Old City Hall courthouse was deliberately set, a Toronto Fire official says.

Herdman: Canada's path to 2022 and 2026 World Cups start with Nations League

Head coach John Herdman sees a clear path to the 2022 and 2026 World Cups for Canada's men's soccer team, and it begins with the Nations League.

Evacuation alert lifted for area near wildfire in southeast Yukon

The alert was issued for people in or near kilometres 30 to 58 of the Robert Campbell Highway. Officials say the threat from a nearby wildfire is now reduced.

Doug Ford's PCs launching inquiry into previous Liberal government's spending

Ontario Premier Doug Ford is vowing to "clean up" the government's finances, in part by launching an inquiry into the previous Liberal regime's spending.

New summer camp offers STEM education from an Indigenous perspective

Gaǫdewayęhstaˀ Ohwęjagehka:ˀ (Learning on the Land) is a new, 15-day summer camp that is offers Indigenous high school credits science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education from an Indigenous perspective.
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Watch the Canada Cup Women's International Softball Championships

CBC Sports is providing a free live stream of the Canada Cup Women's International Softball Championships from Surrey, B.C., beginning on July 14th through to the bronze and gold medal matches on July 22.

Why doors are painted to look like bookshelves and nooks at this seniors centre

One door has been painted to look like a bookshelf. Another, a nook with a lamp. The artistic innovation serves a serious purpose at a seniors home in Sundre, Alta.

Twitter suspended 58 million accounts in fourth quarter

Twitter suspended at least 58 million user accounts in the final three months of 2017, according to data obtained by The Associated Press.

Brazilian jiu-jitsu practitioners demand Quebec legalize their sport

Even though no punching and kicking is allowed, Brazilian jiu-jitsu competitions are illegal in Quebec, following a 2013 amendment to the Criminal Code. Athletes say that makes no sense.

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Sask. RCMP arrest man after sexual assault, shots fired in Pierceland area

Police from four RCMP detachments were brought to the Pierceland area Monday afternoon after a man allegedly shot at a vehicle.

Do you get as excited about breakfast as this fox does?

A fox was captured on this video excitedly gearing up for a big meal near St. Clair Avenue and Bathurst Street.

From Slurpees to smoothies, scientist aims to put bees on a diet

An Alberta scientist is working to develop healthy recipes for a syrupy feed to give to bees after their main food source is harvested for humans.

Dean promises change after damning MUN medical school report

The dean of medicine at Memorial University says she's committed to establishing a safe and respectful work environment in the wake of a report that found issues with sexual harassment and bullying within her faculty.

St. Joseph's Health System and Niagara Health announce new CEO

Dr. Tom Stewart has been announced as the new CEO of St. Joseph’s Health System and Niagara Health.

2 arrested in Igloolik baseball bat assault

When the police arrived on scene, three assailants fled. Later, one returned with a rifle and ammunition, according to RCMP.

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