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Dreaded invasive fish makes its way into Kejimkujik Park

An invasive fish species has been spotted inside Kejimkujik Park for the first time, drawing concerns that the park's ecosystem could be disrupted.
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Defective beam on Pont de Québec means partial closure

Transport Quebec engineers have discovered a damaged beam supporting the Pont de Québec, linking the capital to its south shore suburbs. Traffic has been reduced to one lane until August 27 to allow for repair work, so the bridge will be fully open again in time for back to school.

Bertens stuns world No.1 Halep in Western & Southern Open final

Top-ranked Simona Halep let a match point slip away in the second-set tiebreaker, and Kiki Bertens rallied for a 2-6, 7-6 (6), 6-2 victory and the Western & Southern Open title on Sunday in Cincinnati.
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CBC documentary looks into case of $100K worth in stolen blueberries from Hamilton

The latest episode of CBC's documentary series, Farm Crime, looks into the crime and investigation into $100,000 worth of blueberries that were stolen in February 2017.
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'Hurtful, horrible': Old North school vandalized with graffiti swastika

The vandalism can be seen on the back wall overlooking the school’s playground, next to the parking lot.
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Sask. family with newborn triplets loses home to fire

It’s a bittersweet day for a Saskatchewan mother who recently made headlines for giving CPR to one of her newborn babies while in labour with two others.
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David Milgaard says thank you to Catholic prison ministry volunteers

In 1970, at the age of 17, Milgaard was wrongfully convicted of the sexual assault and murder of 20-year-old nursing student Gail Miller.
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Robert Wickens involved in scary crash at IndyCar Pocono

Canada's Robert Wickens went soaring into the fence at Pocono Raceway in a scary wreck that brought Sunday's IndyCar race to a halt.
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Summerside council to vote on electric utility review Monday

Summerside council will vote Monday on a proposed review of the city's electric utility in an effort to increase reliability of the system, while balancing cost pressures and environmental impacts.
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To get through Costco, you have to go through 9 circles of retail hell

You can check out any time you like, but you can't believe ... the lines. Veronica Dymond has this light-hearted take, with cartoons!

Police investigating after early morning gunshots in Regina

Police were dispatched to the 600 block of Garnet Street after several people reported hearing a series of gunshots around 6:40 a.m. CST on Sunday.

Roy Orbison died 30 years ago but will perform a Toronto concert — as a hologram

Roy Orbison hasn't appeared on a concert stage in three decades, but a hologram version of the iconic American singer will soon tour North America and make a stop at Toronto's Sony Centre this fall

Indonesia's Lombok island jolted by 3 more earthquakes

Strong earthquakes jolted the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok on Sunday, causing power blackouts, landslides and damage to buildings, as the island tries to recover from a temblor earlier this month that killed hundreds of people.

Former CIA director Brennan considers legal action to stop clearance revocations

Former CIA director John Brennan said Sunday that he is considering taking legal action to try to prevent U.S. President Donald Trump from stripping other current and former officials' security clearances.

Winnipeg house shot at early Sunday morning

A house in the St. Johns neighbourhood of Winnipeg was shot at early Sunday morning.
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'Quite an accomplishment': Fredericton's baseball history on display

Baseball fans now have a new shrine to Fredericton’s boys of summer.

Only '90s kids remember: voice actors from Sailor Moon, X-Men offer classes in Victoria

Wolverine teaming up with Sailor Moon sounds like a bad piece of internet fan fiction but that’s exactly what’s going down in Victoria starting Sunday.
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Fogo ferry workers feeding eagle with broken wing want government to rescue bird

Ferry workers who have been feeding meat scraps to a bald eagle with a broken wing for two months want the bird to be properly rescued.

Man missing after jumping into Georgian Bay to assist family pet

Provincial police are searching for a man who jumped into the waters of the Georgian Bay and did not resurface.

Crazy Rich Asians shines bright at the box office

Glitz has won out over guns at the North American box office this weekend as the gilded romance Crazy Rich Asians took No. 1 over Mark Wahlberg's action-packed Mile 22.

New farmers' market in North Bedeque, P.E.I., gives vendors much needed space

The recent opening of George's Island Market in North Bedeque, P.E.I., is providing much-needed space for local vendors and even a competing farmers' market nearby is happy about it.

'Slow improvement' expected in northwestern Ontario air quality, weather forecasters say

Environment Canada says, despite continuing air quality advisories in northwestern Ontario Sunday, relief from the smoky conditions in western portions of the region could be on the way.

Vote Compass: Compare your views to party platforms for the 2018 New Brunswick election

If you’re curious about how your views on campaign issues line up with the platforms of New Brunswick’s major parties, you’re in luck. CBC’s Vote Compass here just in time for the 2018 New Brunswick election.

Brazil to send in troops after Venezuelan migrants attacked in border town

The Brazilian government plans to send troops to the border town of Pacaraima after residents there attacked Venezuelan migrants.

Coroner's inquest called into death of Brydon Whitstone, Sask. man shot by RCMP

Brydon Whitstone's father hopes RCMP dashcam footage and witnesses will help flesh out what led an officer to fatally shoot his son.