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The Goods, April 25: Art Or Farce, Midlife Career Makeover, Slang On! Challenge

Art Therapy. Steven previews The Artist Project, and Andrea sits down with a woman who gave her career a makeover at 50. Plus, take our Slang On! Challenge.

Royal wedding 2018: Everything you need to know about upcoming nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

The wedding of Prince Harry and U.S. actress Meghan Markle is less than a month away, and it is getting attention from even the most begrudging of royal watchers. The ceremony will take place on May 19 at Windsor Castle. CBC will cover it live, but in the meantime, you can catch up on all our royal wedding coverage here.
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'Like dorm life but way better': These students are living with seniors & loving it

‘Like dorm life but way better’: These students are living with seniors & loving it
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Spanish politician resigns over theft and degree scandals

A top politician for Spain's ruling party resigned Wednesday as the head of the Madrid region following a string of personal scandals, opening a new crisis for the conservative government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.

Predators to smash a plane ahead of series against Jets

The Nashville 'smash car' has been a huge hit for Preds fans during the Stanley Cup playoffs. But ahead of their conference semifinal series vs. the Winnipeg Jets, the team has upped its off-ice game.
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Former taxi driver gets 22 months in jail for grabbing, kissing passengers

Lulzim Jakupaj has been sentenced to 22 months for sexually assaulting two of his female taxi passengers in 2016.
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Get me to the bus in real time: transit tracking comes to B.C. fleets

B.C. Transit is rolling out a real-time bus tracking system in seven B.C. communities outside the Lower Mainland, starting with Nanaimo in May.
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E. coli outbreak in Edmonton area linked to Hutterite colony's pork products

An E. coli outbreak in the Edmonton area that has resulted in the death of one person is linked to pork products sold by a central Alberta Hutterite colony, Alberta Health Services said Wednesday.

11 cool & unusual bikes people have actually ridden

11 cool & unusual bikes people have actually ridden
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Echos of Montreal Massacre's misogyny in Toronto van attack

Montreal feminist Francine Pelletier says the same baneful beliefs posted before the Toronto attack simmered after the mass shooting that claimed the lives of 14 women 28 years ago.
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Hockey Night in Canada: Stanley Cup Playoffs

Game 7. Leafs vs. Bruins. The winner moves on. The loser goes home. Can Toronto come back from a 3-1 deficit? Or will Boston prevail at home? Watch now.

The health risks of loneliness & how to tackle it during parenting years

The health risks of loneliness & how to tackle it during parenting years

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to mix choral, gospel music for wedding

​Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are striking a different note with the music for their upcoming wedding, mixing gospel with choral works as the soundtrack for what they pledge will be a joyful occasion.
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This American Life host Ira Glass on the story behind his new Netflix film Come Sunday

This American Life host Ira Glass on the story behind his new Netflix film Come Sunday
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Can't believe her friend Renuka is gone

Rangka was friends with van attack victim Renuka Amarasingha

Should Toronto impose speed restrictions to help stop van attacks?

In the wake of the Toronto van attack, how can city planners protect our streets from vehicle attacks? Experts say urban design can make our cities safer, and more liveable.

Why this Canadian biked 10,000 km along the ancient Silk Road

Why this Canadian biked 10,000 km along the ancient Silk Road

Should cities impose speed restrictions to help stop van attacks?

In the wake of the Toronto van attack, how can city planners protect our streets from vehicle attacks? Experts say urban design can make our cities safer, and more liveable.

How a juice box took down a thief and linked him to 8 crime scenes

Robert Newell might have got away with it if he hadn't put down his apple juice before going in to rob the eucharist.
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The Tea Explorer: A tea junkie's lifelong search for the perfect cup

Tea is the 2nd most popular drink on Earth & Canadian explorer Jeff Fuchs is addicted to it. Watch as he travels over the Himalayas along the ancient Tea Horse Road - through a forgotten part of history.

Federal program funds summer job to help 'stop Kinder Morgan pipeline'

The federal government's summer job program is providing funding for a position with a B.C. activist group that aims to stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion. The group says such positions have been funded under both Liberal and Conservative governments.

'I feel like I'm showing a lie': Time for X gender option on Manitoba ID, says non-binary advocate

A non-binary trans person is calling on the Manitoba government to give them an X option on government ID.
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Rebels en Pointe: the story of an all-male drag ballet company

‘I can wear a tutu, why not? Those little things can change the world.’ The Trocks, an all-male drag ballet company, perform in more than 500 cities. Watch now.

Longueuil told to pay $12K in damages over racial profiling incident

The Quebec Human Rights Commission has ruled in favour of a Montreal man who says he was racially profiled by police in 2012.

The bestselling books in Canada: April 15 to April 21, 2018

Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese is on top of the Canadian fiction list this week.