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Canadian driver Robert Wickens suffers multiple injuries in violent IndyCar crash

Canadian IndyCar driver Robert Wickens was airlifted to a hospital and was being treated for injuries to his lower extremities, right arm and spine following an accident early in a race in Pennsylvania Sunday.
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Alphabet soup of law enforcement, public safety agencies respond to Float Down

Thousands of people participated in the unsanctioned event, which involves people from both sides of the border floating down the St. Clair River in rafts better suited to the swimming pool.
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Small businesses and more bike lanes on the minds of Ward 1 residents

CBC Windsor kicked off its two-week visit of Windsor's 10 wards ahead of the muncipal election on October 22.

Aug. 20, 2018 episode transcript

Full text transcript for August 20th episode
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Halifax-Yarmouth archbishop echoes Pope's 'expression of sorrow' on sexual abuse

Roman Catholic Archbishop Anthony Mancini has spent most of his 11 years as head of the Halifax-Yarmouth diocese dealing with wave after wave of sexual abuse allegations.
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Health Canada expands recall of some heart, high blood pressure drugs

Health Canada has added eight more products to its recall of certain medications containing valsartan, a drug used to treat high blood pressure and heart failure, because of possible contamination by a carcinogen.
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Winnipeg minister calls for end of funeral processions after T-bone crash

Lay minister Thomas Novak, whose vehicle was T-boned during a funeral procession, says drivers don't recognize what the long line of cars is for.

Wildfire smoke blankets B.C.

As wildfires continue to burn throughout B.C., air quality has plummeted across the province.
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Justice Department asked to release records in Clayton Cromwell's death

Nova Scotia's privacy commissioner has recommended the Justice Department release records into Clayton Cromwell's 2014 methadone overdose at the Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility in Dartmouth.
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Police searching for drone that interfered with plane leaving Hamilton airport

Hamilton police detectives say they are trying to track down a drone that allegedly interfered with a plane that was taking off from the John C. Munro International Airport Friday afternoon.
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CBC Nova Scotia News August 20, 2018

The only daily TV news package to focus on Nova Scotians and their stories
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CBC Compass August 20, 2018

PEI News at 6 with regional, national and international stories.
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'Pretty savage' magpie removed from store by customer hailed as hero

Employees at a store in Banff, Alta., say they were busy cowering when a brave customer took a hectic situation into her own hands — so they made a video in tribute.

Councillor candidates file new papers after election map redrawn

Toronto candidates began registering at the municipal elections office on Monday to run for a reduced number of city council and school board seats as councillors at a special meeting pondered legal avenues to overturn the cut.

No 'obvious path' to fighting Doug Ford's council cut, says city solicitor's report

The city's legal team has put forward options for council to fight Premier Doug Ford's plan to slash the number of wards from 47 to 25 — but say it'll be a challenge to win in court.
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Hussen on scrapping the family reunification lottery system

Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen joined Power & Politics to discuss the government's decision to scrap the family reunification lottery system and revert back to first-come, first-serve.
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Flash flood in Italy leaves at least 8 hikers dead

Heavy rain flooded a gorge filled with hikers in the southern region of Calabria, killing at least eight people and injuring six, Italy's civil protection agency said.
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St. John's losing out on $250K in taxes due to rentals like Airbnb

City council is calling for the province to "modernize" short-term rental accommodations like Airbnb with a regulatory system so the city won't lose out on levy fees.
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Montreal adopts motion calling for ban on private ownership of handguns, assault weapons

The motion demands that no Canadians be allowed to possess a handgun or assault rifle, with the exception of people who work in the military or law enforcement.
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Winnipeg minister calls for end of funeral processions after T-bone crash

Lay minister Thomas Novak, whose vehicle was T-boned during a funeral procession, says drivers don't recognize what the long line of cars is for.
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CBC Windsor In Your Community: Ward 1

From sewer improvements to to more cycling lanes, CBC Windsor made its first "In Your Community" stop in Ward 1. Here's what residents are concerned about ahead of the October municipal election.

Liberals scrap controversial family reunification lottery, accepting more applications

Justin Trudeau's Liberal government is dropping its controversial lottery system for reuniting immigrant families and moving to a first-come, first-served online system following backlash from frustrated sponsors.
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Arguments begin in constructive dismissal suit of ex-CBRM manager

The former economic development manager for the Cape Breton Regional Municipality alleges he was constructively dismissed when he was moved to a post with no responsibility and no budget from the key port development project.

Police identify man killed in 'targeted' shooting in northeast Edmonton

Police have released the name of a man shot to death in a northeast Edmonton parking lot, and urge anyone with information to come forward.