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Tornado hits factory in Iowa, some injuries reported

A tornado slammed into an agricultural machinery plant in Iowa as some people were working on Thursday and police said a number of people were taken to a local hospital.
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After years of complaints, neighbours vent frustration over ramshackle city farm

The owner of a small urban farm near the outskirts of Winnipeg is facing animal welfare complaints, the latest in a years-long saga over the state of his property that has neighbours frustrated but afraid to take their concerns public.
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U of C study examines the sex lives of heart attack victims

University of Calgary study explores the ability of heart attack victims to resume sexual activity
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CBC Vancouver News

CBC Vancouver News team gets the story beyond the headlines.
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Listen to Latin jazz at lunch: Rumba Calzada plays CBC Musical Nooners on July 20

Juno-nominated band Rumba Clazada performs original and classic Latin music at the CBC Musical Nooners on Friday, July 20.
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Storm system spawns tornadoes in Iowa

Onlookers watch as a tornado moves near Pella, Iowa.
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Auto manufacturing industry to ask for 'trade assistance' if tariffs are imposed

While automotive leaders testify in Washington, urging politicians to scrap Trump's proposed tariffs on imported vehicles, two industry insiders warn any duties would pinch both countries immediately.
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Urban farmer argues cows, stray cats well cared for, despite animal welfare complaints

An animal protection officer and veterinarian found pigs, cattle and feral cats on Carl Drago Kucas's property are all in good health, but neighbours still say the St. Vital farm is an eyesore and has been a problem for years.
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A 2018 Canadian family goes back & lives in the 1990s

It was a decade that brought us the internet, 24-hour News & of course, the Y2K scare. The fear that all of the computers we depended on would malfunction. A Canadian family goes back in time to experience it all again. Watch now.
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Yukoner recognized for work promoting French literacy

A Yukoner has been recognized for more than a decade of work promoting literacy and the French language. Isabelle Salesse is one of 14 Canadians this year to receive the Council of the Federation Literacy Award.
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Driver, 60, charged for 'intentionally' hitting 85-year-old pedestrian known to her

A 60-year-old woman has been charged with aggravated assault after an 85-year-old woman was struck by a vehicle Wednesday at a west Edmonton KFC restaurant.
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B.C.'s Site C dam project behind schedule, plagued by problems, expert claims

B.C.'s mammoth Site C hydroelectric project is seriously behind schedule, plagued by quality problems and marked by secrecy, according to an assessment by an international dam expert.
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A 2018 Canadian family goes back & lives in the 1990s

It was a decade that brought us the internet, 24-hour News & of course, the Y2K scare. The fear that all of the computers we depended on would malfunction. A Canadian family goes back in time to experience it all again. Watch now.

Toddler's fossil foot opens window into human evolution

Find out why an ancient toddler was likely able to scamper up trees better than her parents.
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CBC Winnipeg News July 19, 2018

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(Live at 8:00 pm ET) 2018 Rugby Sevens World Cup on CBC - Women's Quarter-finals

From AT&T Park in San Francisco, California
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The National

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News
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Health PEI applauds IUD recommendation from national pediatric society

Health PEI says a recent endorsement of intrauterine devices (IUDs) for teens by the Canadian Paediatric Society is welcome news.
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Watch the 2018 Canadian swimming trials

CBC sports is providing a free live stream of the 2018 Canadian swimming trials, resuming on Thursday, July 19 at noon ET through to the end of the competition on Sunday.
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Premiers set for fall meeting with Trudeau to discuss trade

Premiers end their first day at the Council of the Federation after talks focused on economic issues, and with a call for more talks — this time, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
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(Live at 7:55 pm ET) 2018 Team Canada Swimming Trials on CBC: Finals - DAY 3

From the Kinsmen Sports Centre in Edmonton, AB
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10 bikes belonging to Malaysian cycling team stolen from velodrome

Close to $45,000 worth of specialized bikes belonging to a Malaysian cycling team were stolen from the Argyll Velodrome

Zorra man faces more voyeurism charges after gym incident

A 48-year-old man from Zorra Township is facing additional charges after an incident that took place at an Ingersoll gym.
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8,000 bags an hour: Tote-based system to double processing capacity, Calgary airport says

A new baggage processing system will double the Calgary airport’s capacity to 8,000 bags per hour, a spokesperson said Thursday at a behind the scenes tour, while slashing energy use by about 60 per cent.
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Merritt, B.C. high school students invited to march in Vancouver Pride parade

Students from the Pride Club and Aboriginal Youth Voice Club from Merritt Secondary School were invited to participate in the parade after their request for a rainbow crosswalk was turned down at city council.