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Novak Djokovic wins Cincinnati Masters over Roger Federer

Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer in straight sets, 6-4, 6-4 on Sunday for his first Western & Southern Open championship. Novak Djokovic becomes 1st mens player to win every Masters 1000 event.
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'Toot, toot, toot,' let's be birds!

A group called Birds on Parade practises for the opening of the Vancouver International Bird Festival.

Ontario woman seeks home for 66-year-old Mary Pratt painting

The painting, dating back to 1952, is a watercolour of Anne Wheatley Hicks' favourite doll. Pratt, then 17, was a babysitter in Fredericton.

1,200 Venezuelans flee Brazil after anti-migrant rampage

The Brazilian government plans to send troops to a border town after residents there attacked Venezuelan migrants. Economic and political turmoil in Venezuela has driven tens of thousands to cross into Brazil over the past few years.
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The National for August 19, 2018

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News

800,000 displaced by India flooding, more than 350 dead

Heavy rains have washed away entire villages in the Indian state of Kerala. More than 800 thousand people are homeless, and more than 350 have died in an unusually wet monsoon season that began in June.

3 strong earthquakes rattle Lombok, Indonesia in 24 hours

3 strong earthquakes jolted the Indonesian tourist island of Lombok on Sunday, causing landslides and damaging buildings, as the island tries to recover from a temblor earlier this month that killed 460 people.

Trudeau formally announces he'll run in 2019 election

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Montreal today for the annual pride parade. He also announced he'll be standing as the Liberal candidate for the Papineau riding in next year's federal election. Trudeau has represented the Montreal district since October 2008.

Wickens suffers 'orthopedic injuries' in IndyCar crash

Robert Wickens is 'awake and alert' following his scary indycar crash Sunday at the Pocono raceway in Pennsylvania. The fellow Canadian James Hinchcliffe also injured in this crash. Wickens was airlifted to hospital and officials said he is suffered orthopedic injuries which means broken bones.

At least 3 dead after Indonesia's Lombok island hit by more earthquakes

Multiple strong earthquakes cut power across the Indonesian island of Lombok, toppled buildings and killed at least three people as the tourist hotspot was trying to recover from a temblor earlier this month that killed hundreds of people.
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Roughriders end Stamps' undefeated start to season

Nick Marshall scored two touchdowns — one on offence and one on defence — and the Saskatchewan Roughriders upended the previously unbeaten Calgary Stampeders 40-27 on Sunday.
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Rosario leads Mets past Phillies in Little League Classic

Jason Vargas never talks to fans from the on-deck circle, just like major league teams never line up after a game and shake hands.

Trump blasts NYT: 'I allowed' McGahn to testify; lawyer's not a 'RAT'

Donald Trump is hitting back against a report that his White House counsel is working with Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. The New York Times published a piece alleging that Don McGahn gave several voluntary interviews to Mueller. The report says McGahn spoke to investigators because he feared the President was going to blame him for any obstruction. In a series of tweets, Trump is calling that story 'fake news.'
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Watch Canada compete at the wheelchair basketball world championships

The Canadian men's and women's wheelchair basketball teams are at the 2018 IWBF Wheelchair Basketball World Championships and CBC Sports will be streaming every one of their matches.
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CBC Montreal News August 19, 2018

The CBC Montreal News team brings you up-to-date with today's top stories
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CBC Toronto News August 19, 2018

Keep up-to-date on developing stories in the Greater Toronto region weeknights immediately following The National.

Highway 1 open after hours-long closure west of Revelstoke due to crash

DriveBC says to expect heavy delays and congestion.

Robert Wickens sustains pulmonary contusion in scary crash at IndyCar Pocono race

Canada's Robert Wickens went soaring into the fence at Pocono Raceway in a scary wreck that brought Sunday's IndyCar race to a halt.

Man in life-threatening condition after Etobicoke shooting

A man has been taken to hospital in life-threatening condition after being shot in Etobicoke.

Jose Bautista helps Mets to win over Phillies in Little League Classic

Jose Bautista got the scoring started for the New York Mets who beat the Philadelphia Phillies 8-2 in the Little League Classic.
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Jose Bautista helps Mets to win over Phillies in Little League Classic

Jose Bautista got the scoring started for the New York Mets who beat the Philadelphia Phillies 8-2 in the Little League Classic.

B.C. Wildfires 2018: Flights cancelled as smoke chokes airports

Flights at several airports in B.C.'s Interior and West Kootenay regions have been cancelled or delayed Sunday as wildfire smoke continues hang over the province.

1 dead after Richmond Hill crash

At least one person is dead after a motor vehicle collision in Richmond Hill Sunday evening, York Regional Police say.

Aurora man, 32, dies after Barrie crash

A 32-year-old Aurora man has died after a collision in Barrie Sunday evening, police say.

Ontario woman seeks home for 66-year-old Mary Pratt painting

The painting, dating back to 1952, is a watercolour of Anne Wheatley Hicks' favourite doll. Pratt, then 17, was a babysitter in Fredericton.