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Trial begins for Kinley, Sask. man charged with manslaughter in death of Beverly Littlecrow

A trial at Saskatoon Court of Queen's Bench will decide whether Gabriel Faucher killed Beverly Littlecrow in 2016.

Monday, April 23, 2018: Dave Eggers, Anvil and more

Today on q: author Dave Eggers, q screen panel’s John Semley and Amanda Parris, Lena Waithe’s Chicago block party, Steve Kudlow and Robb Reiner of Anvil.
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P.E.I. government website expected to be up and running by end of day

The P.E.I. government's website has been unavailable since early Monday morning.

Suspicious package at Sopinka courthouse forces evacuation, downtown road closures

Hamilton police are warning people in the area of the John Sopinka Courthouse to stay away. They said they had located a suspicious package in the building.

The body on the boat: How a mystery unravelled on a migrant rescue ship, and the toll it took on an MSF doctor

When the crew of the Aquarius picked up a migrant boat in the Mediterranean late last year, they found the body of a young woman on board. CBC correspondent Megan Williams set out to find out who this woman was, and how she died.
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Several pedestrians hit by a white van that fled scene, police say

Toronto police say a white van has struck several pedestrians in the Yonge Street and Finch Avenue area.

Matt Smith speaks out in support of co-star Claire Foy over pay gap in Netflix series The Crown

Talking to The Hollywood Reporter, Matt Smith has spoken out in support of Claire Foy, his co-star in Netflix's series The Crown. It was revealed last month that Foy was payed less for her lead role as Queen Elizabeth II, than the former Doctor Who star, who played Prince Philip, because of Smith's fame. Smith told The Hollywood Reporter he believes they should be paid "equally and fairly," adding that he is pleased "it was resolved and they made amends," although he didn't offer a further explanation of that statement.
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Calgary LGBT group crowns royalty at glitzy gala for charity

The fun-loving, 43-year-old non-profit is the oldest, still-running gay organization in the city.
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Is creativity Cape Breton's next big industry?

Join CBC in Sydney for a live forum with Mainstreet Cape Breton's host Wendy Bergfeldt. We're asking the question: is creativity Cape Breton’s next big industry?
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Calgary Flames hire Bill Peters as new head coach

The Calgary Flames hired Bill Peters on Monday to take over as head coach. Peters, a native of Three Hills, Alta., resigned as head coach of the Carolina Hurricanes last week and takes over for the departed Glen Gulutzan.

Book a stay at this space hotel in 2022 – if you have $9.5M to spare

Book a stay at this space hotel in 2022 – if you have $9.5M to spare

Ontario's proposed high speed rail a 'disadvantage' for rural communities, says OFA

The head of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture says Ontario's planned high speed rail line will cause problems for rural residents and farmers.
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Fire officials probe cause of townhouse blaze that killed 2 in Mississauga

Fire investigators will look at whether or not a barbecue sparked a townhouse blaze that killed a man and a woman on Sunday in Mississauga.

8 books to help raise boys to be body positive

8 books to help raise boys to be body positive

Meet the all-female rookie robotic squad headed to a world championship

This robotics squad is believed to be one of the only all-female, rookie Canadian teams to make it to FIRST's world championships.
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Boss who praises working together condemns employees plan to unionize

Boss who praises working together condemns employees plan to unionize
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The royal children: A look back

Prince George, 4, and Princess Charlotte, who will be three next month, got a baby brother on Monday.
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Myths about electric vehicle scaring off buyers, says BC Hydro

A new report from BC Hydro finds many B.C. residents are interested in buying an electric vehicle, but still believe the cars are too expensive or have limited range.
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76 pages of reporting for a $25K grant 'idiotic,' says CEO

A panel of Indigenous-owned development corporations in Yukon recently spoke in Watson Lake and found common ground in one complaint: financial reporting rules create a mountain of redundant paperwork.
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No crab, no groundfish, no work: New Harbour plants won't open this year, owner reveals

Employees of the plants are scrambling after learning they won't be processing crab and shrimp at home this summer.
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Prince William, Duchess of Cambridge welcome baby boy

The Duchess of Cambridge, resplendent in a bright red dress, and husband Prince William emerged from a London hospital hours after Kate gave birth Monday to their third child, a boy, to give onlookers a glimpse of the new royal bundle.

How Scandal changed my world – and opened doors for black women everywhere

How Scandal changed my world – and opened doors for black women everywhere
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Follow the House of Commons question period

Monday's question period starts at 2:15 p.m. ET. Follow along with live streaming video and our live blog from the CBC.ca Politics team.
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Allegations of privacy breach 'not an offence' says P.E.I. chief electoral officer

P.E.I.'s Chief Electoral Officer Tim Garrity says he can't conduct an investigation into allegations of information sharing between the PR Coalition and the Green Party of P.E.I.
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RCMP respond to weekend stabbing in eastern P.E.I.

Kings District RCMP responded to a 911 call reporting a stabbing at a residence in eastern P.E.I. this weekend.