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Canada Cup Softball 2018: Czech Republic vs Colorado

2018 Canada Cup Women’s International Softball Championships from Surrey, B.C.
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'Verdun culture' shines through in stories about the neighbourhood

A new project, Verdun Stories, is collecting anecdotes, short stories and other memories from people who live, have lived, or made memories there.
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Wanted: Singers to join NAC choir, no experience necessary

Even if you think you can't carry a tune, a unique musical event in Ottawa this summer just might have you singing a different song.
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Learn how to make your own traditional kombucha

Carlington Booch, which will be one of the vendors at Boochfest, provides volunteer and work opportunities for people graduating from addiction treatment centres in Ottawa. They shared one of their recipes with CBC Radio's All in a Day.
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Halifax takes $690K in new false-alarm fee, but doesn't silence the bells

The new fees have helped cover the cost of responding to false alarms but they have done nothing to reduce the number of false alarm calls.

2 councillors want to stop the use of graphic imagery by anti-abortion groups

Two Toronto city councillors are putting forward a motion calling for a review of bylaws to see if anti-abortion groups can be prevented from using graphic imagery of aborted fetuses.

Quiet fireworks? Why some celebrations won't go on with a bang

Quiet fireworks and drone light shows are gaining popularity as alternatives to traditional loud and explosive fireworks at summer celebrations. Here's why.

Thirsty mice are this summer's unwanted house guests

The drought gripping the Ottawa area isn't just burning grass and stunting corn crops. Mice are increasingly finding their way into homes and apartment buildings in search of water.
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We shouldn't wait for national pharmacare: We need universal contraception coverage now

Why contraception specifically? Because unintended pregnancy isn't just an individual concern — it's a public health issue.

Bells Corners residents to launch pop-up bike lanes

Residents in Bells Corners will be installing makeshift bike lanes out of pylons Sunday to demand safer cycling infrastructure and lower speeds on roads in their community.
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Investigating sales tactics and condos rush to ban weed: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including a public inquiry into sales practices used by telecom companies, Hudson's Bay dropping Ivanka Trump's clothing line and condo boards clamping down on cannabis before legalization.

Entrepreneurs hope to sell Mexico's 'devil fish' to Canadians as a sustainable snack

The devil fish isn't much to look at: all spines and scales, and it turns a cadaverous grey when cooked. But two entrepreneurs hope to turn the environmental scourge into a sustainable snack.
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Nudge resistant: Canadians seem deaf to taxman's environmental message

The Canada Revenue Agency ran an experiment last year to see whether it could encourage more Canadians to file taxes online by using friendly letters. An internal analysis obtained by CBC News under the Access to Information Act shows the initiative had only a small impact — Canadians paid little heed to environmental messaging.

CMHC moves to make it easier for self-employed to get a mortgage

Self-employed Canadians seeking to buy a home may soon find it easier to secure a mortgage in the wake of changes announced by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.

Art from the heart: Ferryland exhibit celebrates work of talented locals, past and present

Showcasing the talent that still exists on the Southern Shore as well as honouring the legacies left behind.
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CBC Vancouver News

All the top stories from the week plus breaking news and weather for the weekend
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CBC News Alberta July 21, 2018

The latest Alberta news and weather on Saturday at 11:30 p.m. and Sunday at 11 p.m.
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New Zealand retains Rugby World Cup Sevens women's crown

The women's Rugby World Cup Sevens trophy will remain in Kiwi hands after New Zealand successfully defended its title with a 29-0 win over France on Saturday.
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World Cup showcases Canadian rugby's potential — and its challenges

The Rugby World Cup Sevens is undoubtedly a massive platform for the game, but several key members of the Canadian rugby community know that there are significant challenges facing the sport in their country.
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Timbers hand Impact 1st tie in 22 games

Portland's Diego Valeri scored the lone second-half goal and the Timbers tied the Montreal Impact 2-2 on Saturday night to increase their MLS unbeaten streak to 13 games.

Canada Cup Softball 2018: Canada vs New Zealand

2018 Canada Cup Women’s International Softball Championships from Surrey, B.C.
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Watch Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping

CBC Sports will provide a free live stream of the Rolex Grand Slam of Show Jumping from Aachen, Germany beginning on Sunday, July 22 at 7:15 a.m. ET.

Montreal let lead slip twice to draw Portland Timbers

The Montreal Impact have to settle for a 2-2 draw against the Portland Timbers after blowing two different leads.
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Montreal let lead slip twice to draw Portland Timbers

The Montreal Impact have to settle for a 2-2 draw against the Portland Timbers after blowing two different leads.
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Game wrap: Canadian women finish Rugby World Cup 7s on a high, defeating Russia for 7th place

Canada finished off the Rugby World Cup sevens tournament on a high note, easily defeating Russia for a seventh-place finish in San Francisco.