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Popular Ha Ling Peak trail will close at times for major makeover this summer

One of the most popular trails in Kananaskis Country will be out-of-bounds to hikers for part of this summer.

Facebook post linked to Toronto van attack points to insular, misogynistic world of 'incels'

The deadly van attack in Toronto is shining a spotlight on the controversial, often misogynistic world of "incels" — a group of predominately men who identify as "involuntarily celibate."
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Alberta alienation from rest of Canada surges once again, poll suggests

A new poll suggests the majority of Albertans feel equalization payments are unfair and think other parts of Canada will come ahead of them.
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Man, 30, charged with murder in Labrador City

A man has been arrested and charged with murder following an altercation on Pine Avenue in Labrador City early Thursday morning.
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Pregnant nurse attacked at East Coast Forensic Hospital, union says

The head of the province's largest union claims warnings about unreliable panic alarms at the East Coast Forensic Hospital were dismissed by authorities a week before a patient beat a pregnant nurse who was treating her.
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Patrick Brown breached ethics laws, investigation concludes

Former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown broke the legislature's ethics laws, the province's integrity commissioner reported Thursday.
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Government hotel tab for flood victims hits $10M — and counting

The provincial government has now paid out $10.3 million on hotel rooms for flood victims, and some of those who spent months in hotels say that money was wasted.
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Explosion rocks Husky Energy refinery in Wisconsin, at least 5 hurt

A tank containing crude oil or asphalt exploded at a large Husky Energy refinery in Wisconsin on Thursday, injuring several people and causing a blast that one worker described as sounding like a sonic boom.
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Winnipeg's Empress Street 'falling apart at the seams,' voted worst road in Manitoba: CAA

Crumbling pavement, potholes and missing infrastructure: Manitobans can think of lots to hate about the province's roads, according to the Canadian Automobile Association.

Poll Tracker: Liberals narrowly move back into majority territory

Federal poll averages and seat projections from the CBC's Éric Grenier.
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'How am I a bully?' Eddie Joyce says

Minister Eddie Joyce says allegations he bullied fellow members of the House of Assembly are unfounded
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How the misogynistic, insular world of 'incels' may have inspired the Toronto van attack

The deadly van attack in Toronto is shining a spotlight on the controversial, often misogynistic world of "incels" — a group of predominately men who identify as "involuntarily celibate."
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St. John's Edge fans accuse London Lightning star Royce White of making homophobic slurs

The NBL Canada brass says it looked into allegations that Royce White hurled homophobic slurs at St. John's fans and found nothing. But some fans say otherwise.
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Sherry Gambin-Walsh reveals she lodged complaint against fellow minister

Service NL Minister Sherry Gambin-Walsh spoke with reporters outside the House of Assembly Thursday amid controversy over Eddie Joyce's behaviour
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Recipe: Low-Cal Watermelon Margarita

It’s naturally sweet, fresh as can be and tastes just like summer.
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Canada, Britain formalize agreement on Franklin expedition wrecks

Canada and Britain announced a formal agreement today on the remains of the Franklin Expedition, discovered on the Arctic seabed in 2014 and 2016. The news conference is scheduled for 1 p.m. ET, and CBCNews.ca is carrying it live.
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$5K reward offered for info on copper theft at Maritime Electric sites

Maritime Electric is offering a $5,000 reward to help find the people responsible for a rash of copper thefts at some of its substations in eastern P.E.I.
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Vancouver 'N' driver has McLaren impounded after speeding through playground zone

The driver also faces a $368 fine after clocking more than 70 km/h in a 30 km/h area.
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Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk Highway reopened after morning closure

The Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway has re-opened after temporarily closing because of muddy and slippery conditions early on Thursday morning.

2 people in stable condition after car hits dump truck in Winnipeg

The dump truck was being used for street cleaning at the time of the crash, police said.
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Canada's housing market still 'highly vulnerable,' CMHC says

High prices getting even higher in places like Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria and Hamilton are making Canada's national housing market 'highly vulnerable,' the CMHC said Thursday.

How a Sandy Hook mother came to forgive the shooter

Alissa Parker tells the story of her struggle to forgive the man who killed her child, Emilie, in the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.
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SWAT teams and patent trolls: inside Ottawa's IP plan to promote Canadian innovators

Canada will bring in new rules to protect innovative companies from foreign predators, and create programs to help them leverage intellectual property to benefit both their bottom lines and the country's economic growth.
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Potassium iodide pills to be distributed to Amherstburg residents in Fermi nuclear plant's 'primary zone'

If you live directly across Lake Erie from the Fermi nuclear power plant, you will be offered a pill that blocks radiation.
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Halifax yoga teacher's death 'obviously murder,' not self defence, argues Crown

Closing arguments started today in the second-degree murder trial of Nicholas Butcher in Nova Scotia Supreme Court.