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No changes planned to push Irving out of National Shipbuilding Strategy

The federal Treasury Board president says there are no changes planned to the National Shipbuilding Strategy that would compromise the role of Halifax's Irving Shipbuilding Inc.
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Ottawa nanny charged with assaulting children

Const. Chuck Benoit outlines what parents can do if they're concerned their children may have been affected.

Clement says this 'isn't the Max Bernier' he supported in the leadership race

Conservative MP Tony Clement says Maxime Bernier is "raging at the sky" and he's not the same politician he supported during last year's Conservative leadership race.
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John Tory refuses Ford's request to put funding for guns, gangs on special council meeting agenda

In an open letter to Toronto's mayor, Premier Doug Ford asked city council to discuss adding more funding to address guns and gangs at its special meeting next Monday, scheduled to discuss legal responses to Ford's council-cutting bill. Tory responded with his own open letter Friday afternoon.
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Parents accuse Balmoral Hall of hefty, unfair bills after withdrawing before school starts

A group of parents say a prominent private school in Winnipeg was not transparent with them about the thousands of dollars they would owe should they decide to withdraw their daughters from the school.
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Canadians believe in immigration but concerned about asylum seekers: study

​Canadians are generally supportive of current immigration levels, a survey of public perceptions commissioned by the federal government suggests — but they are also worried and confused when it comes to the issue of asylum seekers.
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Chemo patients OK despite potential problem with dosage

Two hospitals in the Southwest Local Health Integration Network had to contact patients undergoing chemotherapy after Cancer Care Ontario found a potential problem. The patients may not have received their full dose of treatment because of the IV tubing.
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Bill Erasmus and Gary Bohnet on the signing of a comprehesive land claim agreement.

Watch: Bill Erasmus and Gary Bohnet of the N.W.T. Métis Nation speak before the signing of a comprehensive land claim agreement. The agreement failed to win approval from the assembly of chiefs.
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Parents file lawsuit against Quebec over delays in getting their child into speech therapy

The Quebec government has failed to provide "healthcare for a condition that requires immediate intervention," the lawsuit alleges, after the parents of a four year old with a motor speech disorder called apraxia say they were told she could only get services next year.
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After Corona's owner invests billions in Canadian weed, get ready for cannabis beer

Constellation Brands is taking a $5-billion bet on the potential market for cannabis-infused beer.
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Ian Tyson cancels appearance due to 'unexpected and serious medical situation'

Iconic Canadian singer-songwriter Ian Tyson has cancelled an upcoming concert with Corb Lund due to "an unexpected and serious medical situation."
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CBC Nova Scotia News August 17, 2018

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CBC Compass August 17, 2018

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Minnesota beer truck driver talks distressed man off bridge, offers him a drink

Two beer delivery men are being credited with saving a Minnesota man's life after they talked him off the edge of a bridge.

After Corona's owner invests billions in Canadian weed, get ready for cannabis beer

Constellation Brands is taking a $5-billion bet on the potential market for cannabis-infused beer.
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Canada's purchase of Trans Mountain clears major U.S. hurdle

A U.S. national security review has given Canada's purchase of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline the thumbs-up. The federal government says all necessary regulatory approvals have been received to close the sale.
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Fredericton widow who called Trudeau a 'piece of s--t' says she lashed out in a moment of pain

Melissa Robichaud says she wants her sons to know their father is just as important as the two police officers who were killed in last week's Fredericton shooting.
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Why 2 P.E.I. charities are coming together

Two charities which help low income people in P.E.I. are coming together in hopes of helping more people.

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Fredericton widow who called Trudeau a 'piece of s--t' says she lashed out in a moment of pain

Melissa Robichaud says she wants her sons to know their father is just as important as the two police officers who were killed in last week's Fredericton shooting.
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Calgary man pleads guilty, admits to dropping murder victim's phone in acid

After he was shot outside of his home in the northeast community of Marlborough Park, Tyler Sanderson stumbled to the back steps of his house and collapsed, court heard Friday as one of the men involved in the victim's death pleaded guilty.

Heavy rain, thunderstorms, flooding slam Toronto area

Heavy downpours and thunderstorms hit the GTA after Environment Canada issued a special weather statement Friday afternoon.

'Anti-colonial vandals' deface Sir John A. Macdonald statue in Montreal

An anonymous group issued a news release saying the act is a response to the city of Victoria, B.C., removing its statue of Canada's first prime minister.
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N.S. Court of Appeal overturns earlier decision on drug tests

The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal ruled Friday that a father's results from drug tests can be admitted as evidence in a child protection case, overturning a lower court ruling.

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