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Walk the red line to discover Hull's special places

It turns out there are a lot of special places in Hull, and all you have to do to find them is follow the red line.

Parliament's chief librarian ends chapter in 'emotional place'

It's neither the books nor the architecture Sonia L'Heureux will miss most when she retires as chief librarian of the Library of Parliament this week. It's the way people react when they walk into the storied chamber.
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Emergency template script for meeting friend's new baby

Are you in that phase of life where you suddenly have to meet 812 new babies every nine seconds?
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Fire in Woodbine engulfs 3 houses

Three houses in Woodbine in southwest Calgary were engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived at the scene late Tuesday evening.
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2 men in hospital after 'violent assault' on border of Peel and Halton

Two men were taken to hospital with serious head injuries after what police are describing as a "violent assault" at the border of Peel and Halton regions early Wednesday morning.
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See how Glenroy Gilbert is getting creative with his coaching

Sports science is changing and the retired Olympian is changing right along with it.
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'Hope is on the way': Lwamba brothers return to Sask. with message for refugees

The Lwamba brothers of music group Krystaal have come back to say thank you to the people who gave them a new life.
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Former Yellowknifer appealing sex assault conviction

Dan Gillis is appealing a sexual assault conviction, saying the judge misunderstood his testimony at trial.
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Without government support, Indigenous healing lodge says it's forced to turn some women away

Poundmaker's Lodge, an Indigenous addiction treatment centre, is asking the government to fund a transitional home for women.
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Gage, 1 of 4 baby peregrine falcons born at the Hamilton Sheraton, has died

Bird-watchers in Hamilton say one of four baby peregrine falcons born at the city's Sheraton hotel last month has died.

U.S. quits UN Human Rights Council, accusing it of 'hypocrisy'

The Trump administration is withdrawing from the UN Human Rights Council because of what U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley describes as its "hypocrisy" and bias against Israel.

Chelsea choir splits with church over musical theme

A Chelsea, Que., choir and a local church have parted ways over a disagreement over the choir's musical selections.
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Parks Canada donates $100K for Amherstburg's Bellevue House restoration

Parks Canada is chipping in to pay for repairs to a historic building in Amherstburg.
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Meet the polyamorous parents from St. John's who made legal history

The parents of a young girl who made legal history when a N.L. court acknowledged her right to have three parents listed on her birth certificate say they are "stoked" to have spurred a ruling that could change how some Canadians view polyamorous relationships.

'Major shutdown' looming this fall for Hibernia oil platform, sources say

The lead owner of Hibernia isn't saying much about the temporary shutdown, but sources say it could last around 40 days.

Toddler migrants held in at least 3 shelters in Texas

Trump administration officials have been sending babies and other young children forcibly separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border to at least three "tender age" shelters in south Texas, The Associated Press has learned.

National sports organizations have to report allegations of abuse immediately

Sports Minister Kirsty Duncan says national sporting organizations will lose their federal funding if they don't immediately disclose to her office any allegations of abuse or harassment that occur within their ran

South Korean president wants to see North Korea's plan to denuclearize

South Korea's president is urging North Korean President Kim Jong-Un to present his plan for denuclearization as soon as possible.

Canadians at risk of being 'data cows' absent big data strategy, documents show

Artificial intelligence could give internet giants like Facebook and Amazon even more power to reshape the Canadian economy, threatening the viability of domestic businesses, researchers warn.
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Thunder Bay municipal election race grows

Some familiar names have entered the 2018 Thunder Bay municipal election race.
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Protesters disrupt DHS Sec. Nielsen's dinner

Protesters chant at Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen while she dines in Washington