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CBC Vancouver News at 11 PM August 15, 2018

Breaking local news, the last look at top stories and a full weather forecast weeknights at 11 pm
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Building consensus on sex education may be a 'fool's errand,' researcher says

As Ontario grapples with its sex education curriculum, any effort to come up with a consensus on what should be taught in schools may very well be a 'fool's errand,' says a noted researcher on the controversial issue.
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'He's helping you in heaven': Young woman remembers Const. Robb Costello

Const. Robb Costello, who was killed in Friday's shooting, held a special place in the heart of Jessica Carten, whom he helped through his police work.
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RCMP billing dispute roils Parliament's police service

Canada's Parliament Hill police service is barely three years old - and continues to be a troubled workplace. CBC News has obtained internal documents describing a $1.18 million billing dispute between the RCMP and the Parliamentary Protective Service that has lingered for more than a year.
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Risk of ammonia leak means Goderich Memorial Arena out of commission

The town of Goderich, Ont. won't lay ice at its Memorial Arena this fall after an inspection discovered deterioration in the ammonia refrigeration system.
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Enjoy today's reprieve from the humidity, Ottawa-Gatineau

Look for a high near 27 C and a light northwest wind — just what the doctor ordered.
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Brain cancer immunotherapy trial showing promise, doctor says

A clinical trial in Gatineau, Que., targeting an aggressive form of brain cancer is showing promising early results that could eliminate the death sentence the diagnosis typically comes with.
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Business along King Street Pilot Project route saw 'slight' growth this spring, report finds

New data released by the city suggests customer spending in the area of Toronto's King Street Pilot Project this spring saw a "slight" improvement, despite local business owners' hope the summer tourism season would soften the blow to their bottom lines.
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Canadian man loses Saudi job, blames 'irresponsible' handling of political spat

A Canadian academic is blaming the federal government’s “irresponsible” public mishandling of its relationship with Saudi Arabia for unexpectedly losing what would’ve been a new job and life in the Middle Eastern country — and worries other Canadians may be in the same boat.
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Fate of ex-Trump aide Manafort in jury's hands — and same could be said of Mueller's Russia probe

The trial of former Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort may have been a dry-as-dust bank fraud and tax-evasion case, but former federal prosecutors say the jury's impending verdict could have major implications for special counsel Robert Mueller's probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election.
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If the world ate the USDA-recommended diet, there wouldn't be enough land to grow it

A new Canadian study suggests that if the world's population adopted a diet recommended by the U.S. Department of Agriculture there wouldn't be enough agricultural land to grow the food.
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Global warming 'pause' about to end, raise Earth's temperatures further

The past four years have been the hottest on record, but new research shows the Earth was actually in a global warming "hiatus" that is about to end — and make the Earth even hotter.
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CBC Edmonton News August 15, 2018

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CBC Toronto News August 15, 2018

Keep up-to-date on developing stories in the Greater Toronto region weeknights immediately following The National.
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The National for August 15, 2018

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CBC Montreal News August 15, 2018

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CBC Vancouver News at 11 PM August 15, 2018

Breaking local news, the last look at top stories and a full weather forecast weeknights at 11 pm
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CBC Edmonton News August 15, 2018

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CBC Calgary News at 11 August 15, 2018

CBC Calgary News at 11 host Shannon Scott brings you a roundup of the news and weather weeknights right after The National.

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CBC Saskatchewan News August 15, 2018

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Burnaby will be home to new Tennis Canada training facility

Tennis Canada will build a new training facility in Burnaby, B.C., the sport's national governing body announced on Tuesday.

Doctor suspended for 'deeply troubling' intimate mentorship with medical students

A Winnipeg oncology doctor has been stripped of his medical licence for six months after he tried to engage in a "flagrantly unprofessional" sexual relationship with two of his students at the University of Manitoba.
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Curtis Granderson's grand slam propels Jays past Royals

Curtis Granderson hit a grand slam, Marco Estrada pitched effectively into the seventh inning and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Kansas City Royals 6-5 on Wednesday night.