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U.S. judge gives conditional green light to Line 3 pipeline project

A judge in Minnesota has given a conditional green light to a Canadian pipeline company's plan to expand a crude oil pipeline connecting the Alberta oilsands to American refineries — but not in the location Enbridge wanted.
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Daughter of homicide victim Beverly Littlecrow told police she watched mother beaten in days before her death

The eight-year-old daughter of Beverly Littlecrow told police that she watched her mother get beaten by Gabriel Faucher days before she died.
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Duelling protests staged at BCTF's office over LGBT-inclusive curriculum

Opposing rallies were staged Monday over the province's mandated curriculum on sexual orientation and gender identity.

Calgary councillors want to revive arena talks

Talks with the Calgary Flames owners fell apart just before last year's municipal election

Deadly van 'attack' not part of organized terror plot, say government officials

Government officials briefed on Monday's deadly van attack in Toronto say the incident is not associated with an organized terrorist group and does not represent a larger threat to national security.

Deadly van attack will 'profoundly change the city,' says Toronto councillor

A Toronto city councillor says his community is in shock after a van mounted a sidewalk struck a crowd of pedestrians, killing 9 people and injuring 16 others.
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9 dead, 16 injured as pedestrians struck 'one after one' in north Toronto van attack

Nine people are dead and 16 others are injured after a van driver plowed into a number of pedestrians Monday in north Toronto. CBC News has learned Alek Minassian, 25, of Richmond Hill, Ont., is the alleged driver in the attack.
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Keep an eye on water levels in coming days, River Watch urges

New Brunswick residents who live or work in areas prone to localized flooding are being urged to keep an eye on river water levels, which are expected to rise in the coming days.

The internet has become 'the most monopolized, oligopolized, centralized media system' — and we need to fix it

The internet has become ‘the most monopolized, oligopolized, centralized media system’ – and we need to fix it
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Toronto Mayor John Tory and police Chief Mark Saunders give an update on the van attack investigation LIVE

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Quebec watchful, extends condolences after van attack in Toronto

Quebec officials are monitoring events in neighbouring Ontario, where nine people are dead and 16 others injured after a van struck a number of pedestrians Monday in Toronto.
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Disbarred lawyer gets 90 days in jail after pleading guilty to forgery

Disbarred lawyer, David Bradley, was sentenced to 90 days in jail, which will be served on weekends, after pleading guilty to uttering a forged document.
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CBC Toronto News April 23, 2018

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CBC Ottawa News April 23, 2018

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What you need to know: Road closures, transit disruptions due to Finch, Yonge van attack

Here's what you need to know about road closures and transit disruptions due to the ongoing police investigation.
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CBC Winnipeg News April 23, 2018

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CBC Calgary News April 23, 2018

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Watch takedown of person believed to be suspect in Toronto van incident

"Kill me," the man can be heard yelling as Toronto police arrested him
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Prince William, Duchess of Cambridge welcome baby boy

The Duchess of Cambridge, resplendent in a bright red dress, and husband Prince William emerged from a London hospital hours after Kate gave birth Monday to their third child, a boy, to give onlookers a glimpse of the new royal bundle.
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Province calls in auditor general on FOI privacy breach

Auditor General Michael Pickup's office is getting involved in the breach that saw 700 people's personal information exposed through the province's freedom-of-information website.
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Toddler left in car seat in closet for 5 hours likely died 'trying to get out,' court hears

The twin brother of a Calgary toddler who died after being left alone in a car seat in a closet for five hours cried "gone, gone, gone" when he arrived at the hospital and the boy's parents worried he'd witnessed his sister's death, a court heard Monday.
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Hockey Night in Canada: Stanley Cup Playoffs

The Leafs came up big with a win in Boston. Can they do it again at home in Toronto & send the series to a 7th game? Or will the Bruins advance to round two? Watch now.
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Saskatchewan traffic safety campaign nabs record number of distracted drivers

Saskatchewan Government Insurance says a traffic safety campaign last month nabbed a record number of distracted drivers.