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Chasing Canadian steeplechase record secondary for Matt Hughes

Canada's Matt Hughes continues to threaten his personal-best and national-record time, but he'll be focused on winning at Friday's 31st Herculis EBS Meeting in Monaco (CBCSports.ca, 2 p.m. ET) when he meets a tough Kenyan trio in the men's 3,000-metre steeplechase at 3:45 p.m.
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Deaths by alcohol-related liver disease skyrocket among young adults, U.S. study shows

Cirrhosis deaths among people 25 to 34 years old rose 10.5 per cent between 2009 and 2016 in the U.S., according to new data.
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Premiers speak after first day of meetings LIVE

N.B. Premier Brian Gallant is joined by his provincial counterparts following the first day of Council of the Federation talks

Taco night shakeup ahead: Sheet pan shrimp and pineapple tacos could not be easier or more delish

Taco Tuesday, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday we’re thinking...
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Trees are essential infrastructure in our towns & cities, say urban foresters

People need trees — particularly in our cities. Urban forests clean the air, lower stress levels, reduce energy costs and mitigate flooding. Three international tree experts talk about nurturing nature in the concrete jungle.
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Denis Ten's death leaves gaping hole in figure skating community

Denis Ten's senseless death has left the figure skating world shaken to its foundation. Devastated upon hearing the news, CBC Sports analyst Pj Kwong will remember Ten as one of the most genuine human beings she's ever met.
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Dispatches from Quebec's Lower North Shore: Who drinks coffee through a straw?

Follow the adventures of CBC reporters Peter Tardif and Julia Page as they stop along the route of the Bella Desgagnés, visiting some of the most remote communities in Quebec.
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Suzanne Miller: police launch new campaign to solve 1974 killing of London mother

The Ontario Provincial Police and London Police are hoping a new push for tips will lead to new information about the 1974 killing of 25-year-old London mother Suzanne Miller.

A Comic-Con without Marvel, HBO gives others a chance to shine

More than 130,000 pop culture devotees will come to San Diego's Gaslamp District for the annual four-day comic book convention Comic-Con, the big, bright and very heavily branded confab of costumed superfans and the corporate sponsors vying for their attention — and dollars.

Journalists today face a 'brick wall of nationalism,' says director Rob Reiner

Rob Reiner's new film Shock and Awe tells the story of a dogged investigation into the justifications for the Iraq War. He and two of the journalists it portrays joined Duncan McCue to discuss the mistakes the media made back then, and whether those lessons are being remembered today.
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'That was an act of hate on someone who really didn't deserve it': reaction to store video

Video of a race-related confrontation at the London grocery store and posted on social media is being reviewed by police as a possible hate crime.
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Sword pulled during Kingston fracas

A disagreement between two men in Kingston, Ont., Wednesday morning turned medieval when one of the men pulled out a sword, police said.

Night shifts put your brain & gut clocks out of whack

Workers face increased risks of cancer, heart disease and Type 2 diabetes. Now, scientists say the reason may lie in ticking time keepers not in our brain as previously thought, but in the gut.
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Auto industry gathers in Washington to discuss possibility of U.S. tariffs

Manufacturers, suppliers, car dealers and foreign diplomats will line up to testify today at a Washington hearing to try to head off auto tariffs, a move that even automakers in the U.S. are asking the administration not to implement.
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B.C. wildfire doubles in size overnight, but no new evacuations ordered

A wildfire threatening homes in B.C.'s Okanagan Valley nearly doubled in size overnight, officials are reporting on Thursday morning.
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WorkSafeNB rates plummeted before the so-called skyrocketing, says ombud

New Brunswick's ombud is again questioning claims that WorkSafeNB assessment rates have skyrocketed over the past few years.
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Olympic figure skating medallist Denis Ten stabbed to death

Prosecutors in Kazakhstan say Olympic figure skating medallist Denis Ten has been killed, and they are treating the case as murder. Kazakh news agencies report Ten was stabbed Thursday after a dispute with people who tried to steal a mirror from his car.
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Sydney, N.S., firm supplies glass to huge Kuwait university complex

A huge shipment of glass from Sydney, N.S., is making its way across the Atlantic Ocean, headed for Kuwait.

How I'm planning to slow down for summer with my kids

This summer, there will be no rushing to various activities.

Warren family and their powwow dance regalia

T.J. and Dabney Warren make their own regalia and travel far and wide to powwows across North America.

After years of complaints, animal-welfare probe launched into ramshackle city farm

The owner of a small urban farm near the outskirts of Winnipeg is facing animal welfare complaints, the latest in a years-long saga over the state of his property that has neighbours frustrated but afraid to take their concerns public.
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Watch the Canada Cup Women's International Softball Championships

CBC Sports is providing a free live stream of the Canada Cup Women's International Softball Championships from Surrey, B.C., beginning on July 14th through to the bronze and gold medal matches on July 22.
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Report set to reveal next steps for bringing ride-hailing to B.C.

The taxi-industry expert hired to develop B.C.’s approach to ride-hailing is scheduled to release his technical report on the issue Thursday morning.
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'Something to see': Pod of beluga whales near Aklavik leads to hustling hunters

Edwin Greenland says he and a friend saw at least 50 beluga whales on the Schooner Channel — an unusual spot to see them.
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NDP MP Christine Moore cleared of sexual misconduct claims, will remain in caucus

Quebec MP Christine Moore will remain in the NDP caucus and resume her parliamentary duties after an independent investigation found she did not engage in sexual harassment or abuse her authority as an MP, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said today.