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Kamloops artist to compete in 'World Cup' of floral design

Paul Jaras will represent Canada at the 2019 FTD World Cup, a weeklong event in Philadelphia that will pit him against dozens of the world's best floral artists.
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Adoptees records coming soon as officials grapple with onslaught of requests

While the Department of Social Development has been fielding an average of 20 calls a day and has received 135 official requests for information since it opened its adoption records on April 1, no packages have been sent out.
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Road crews have filled over 8,000 potholes in less than a month, city says

Road crews filled more than 8,000 potholes over a recent three-week period, a time city officials are calling the "highest" pothole season on record.
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CBC Northbeat April 19, 2018

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'We're always hopeful': NDP delay 3 more bills, hope to convince Manitobans to block them

The NDP are delaying three more bills to the next legislative session, bringing the total to five — the maximum number of bills they're allowed to delay.
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'Come with us': new Mi'kmaw friendship centre named Wije'winen

Conceptual drawings have been unveiled for the new 70,000-square-foot Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Centre that will begin construction next year.

Portage Bridge work to close lanes this summer

Expect lane closures on the Portage Bridge this summer while crews work to repair its pavement and improve its bike lanes.
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Alberta brewers disappointed as Supreme Court upholds cross-border beer trade restrictions

Alberta craft brewers said they weren't surprised by Thursday's Supreme Court ruling that upheld restrictions on alcohol crossing provincial borders, but they are a bit frustrated.
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Complaint filed against naturopath who gave boy remedy made from rabid-dog saliva

The B.C. Naturopathic Association has filed a complaint against a Victoria practitioner who said she treated a four-year-old’s aggression problems with a homeopathic remedy made from rabid dog saliva.
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CBC Winnipeg News April 19, 2018

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'He's very fortunate': Man who killed Adam St. Denis-Katz in fight won't serve more time behind bars

The judge, citing the wishes of the victim's sister, sentenced Blair French to time served and a three-year probation.

Bruins' Patrice Bergeron ruled out for Game 4 against Leafs

Boston Bruins centre Patrice Bergeron has been ruled out for Game 4 against the Toronto Maple Leafs with an upper-body injury.
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N.L. MP Scott Simms removed as fisheries chair after breaking with Liberal party line

Liberal MP Scott Simms does not regret voting with the Conservatives over a controversial change to the student summer jobs program — even though it ended up costing him his job as chair of the Commons fisheries committee.
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Power and Politics April 19, 2018

Get daily access to the movers and shakers. Get an insider's view from the country's most influential figures.
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Missing man may have travelled to Alberta, say Hay River RCMP

Hay River RCMP are calling for anyone who may have picked up missing 34-year-old Junghwan (David) Park.

Trudeau not ready to join British PM's ban on single-use plastics

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stopped short today of echoing British Prime Minister Theresa May's call for Commonwealth members to ban single-use plastics — but pointed to a planned discussion at the next G7 summit later this year.
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Barriers to be tested to protect London bus drivers

London Transit is launching a new pilot project in an effort to improve safety for bus drivers. Three buses will be outfitted with new barriers to separate drivers and potentially violent riders.

You've seen movies & TV shows about medicine, law & boxing – but how accurate are they?

You’ve seen movies & TV shows about medicine, law & boxing – but how accurate are they?
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Moose enters Prince George man's garage to lick pickup

A Prince George man got a surprise when a moose decided to wander into his garage and lick his pickup.
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RCMP treating sudden death in Aklavik as suspicious

'There is no indication of any threat to the public in relation to this investigation,' RCMP said in an email.

How a pants-free Tom Cruise rescued Ray-Ban

How a pants-free Tom Cruise rescued Ray-Ban
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CBC Edmonton News April 19, 2018

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CBC Calgary News April 19, 2018

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15 awesome facts about language

15 awesome facts about language
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Never do anything nice for your kids (or: the best things in life are tickles)

Never do anything nice for your kids (or: the best things in life are tickles)