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Amid investigations and tensions, Trump and Putin going 1-on-1

U.S. President Donald Trump blamed the United States, and not Russian election meddling or the country's annexation of Crimea, for a low-point in U.S.-Russia relations hours before a summit with Vladimir Putin.

3 little pigs make N.B. their home

The caretakers of three not-so-little pigs are hoping their journey from Ontario to New Brunswick will end with them living in the comfort of their own purpose-built barn, strong enough to withstand the huffs and puffs of any big bad wolf.
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Anti-Semitic graffiti shocks Jewish residents in downtown St. John's

A resident of St. John's spotted white supremacist symbols on a wall known for colourful street art last week.
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'We had icicles hanging from the inside of the door'

A Halifax couple could slide rolled-up papers under the new door that had been installed in their home. Then the real frustrations began.
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Doug Ford has shelved his own conservative values in stalling police oversight reforms

As any true conservative knows, issues of public safety and accountability are far more important than cowing to the wishes of a group of well-compensated, unionized, public sector employees.
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Ghost ride honours cyclist struck during charity bikeathon

The cycling community in Kingston gathered together Saturday to remember Jeff Vervaeke, a cyclist who died on a charity ride after he was struck by a vehicle.
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Number of government employees fired for misconduct, incompetence sees sharp increase

The number of federal government public servants fired for misconduct or incompetence has risen sharply in recent years, according to figures obtained by CBC News.
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Void left by Greyhound unlikely to be filled by smaller bus companies

While Canadian bus companies have said they could fill some of the transportation gaps that will be left when Greyhound ends its service in Western Canada, it will not be enough to meet the needs of commuters who had relied on national carrier.
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Premiers' much-hyped internal trade deal hasn't amounted to much

On the day they released the Canadian Free Trade Agreement in 2017, every provincial and territorial trade minister was given a symbolic pair of golden scissors to remind them to start cutting interprovincial trade barriers. The trouble is, they aren't using them.

Father, son charged with killing 13 horses have history of theft, fraud, starving animals

Members of a family accused of letting 13 horses die while starving 15 others in Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ont., have a history of fraud, theft and starving animals, a CBC Toronto investigation has found.

Londoners want less garbage, and they're willing to pay for it

The City of London is working on an action plan to divert the amount of waste that ends up in the landfill, and the majority of residents are on board and willing to pay for it.
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Woman calls out Ottawa police for celebrating murder verdict

An Ottawa woman wants police held accountable for celebrating in the courtroom after her father was sentenced to life in prison for murdering her brother.
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As Trudeau shuffles his cabinet, which Liberals could use the profile boost at the ballot box?

With a cabinet shuffle in the works, a few Liberal parliamentary secretaries might find a higher profile helpful in what could be challenging re-election bids.
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Canadian borrowers mustn't count on trade war to stop rising mortgage costs: Don Pittis

A trade war might be bad for the economy, but not bad enough to stop short-term hikes in U.S. and Canadian borrowing costs.
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Ottawa rally against Ontario rolling back sexual education curriculum

More than 100 people attended a rally at the Human Rights Monument in downtown Ottawa on Sunday to protest the Ontario government's plan to repeal the sexual education curriculum put in place by the previous Liberal government.
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CBC News Alberta July 15, 2018

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Chuckwagon champion: Kurt Bensmiller brings home 4th Rangeland Derby title

Brazilian bull rider Marcos Gloria made the most of his second chance to win $100,000 at the Calgary Stampede rodeo on Sunday.