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How Esther The Wonder Pig & her legion of fans crowdfunded a life-saving CT scanner for large animals

In 2012, Steve Jenkins and Derek Walter adopted what they thought was a micro pig. Esther turned out to be 300 kilograms and has taken the world by storm. They share their story in their second book, Happily Ever Esther.

Ontario joins Saskatchewan in opposing federal carbon tax plan

Premier Doug Ford announced Thursday that Ontario will intervene in support of Saskatchewan's court reference case, challenging the federal government's right to impose a carbon tax on provinces that don't comply with its climate change plan.
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Doctor recruitment agency to merge with Sask. health authority

The Saskatchewan Health Authority will be absorbing the Physician Recruitment Agency of Saskatchewan.

Adam Lowry returns to Jets on 3-year, $8.75M deal

The Winnipeg Jets have avoided salary arbitration with forward Adam Lowry, signing him to a three-year, US$8.75 million contract.
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University of Winnipeg seeking Indigenous artist to create podium

The University of Winnipeg has put out a call for an Indigenous artist to create a podium for special events such as convocation.
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Man arrested for attempted murder after Brampton, Ont., boy's disappearance

Police arrest a 28-year-old man for attempted murder after a five-year-old boy went missing Thursday morning from his Brampton, Ont., home.

'Blood on their hands': Critics decry U.S. decision to allow 3D-printed gun blueprints online

Starting next month, blueprints outlining how to 3D print a gun will be available online. But critics argue the move opens up a dangerous frontier in America.
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Sault Ste. Marie police release video of armed robbery

Sault Ste. Marie are asking for help identifying the man who pointed a gun at a convenience store clerk early Thursday morning.
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Ont. trade minister on his message for Washington

Ontario Trade Minister Jim Wilson joined Power & Politics to discuss the message he is bringing to Washington on the threat of U.S. auto tariffs.
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Police provide update after boy found with life-threatening injuries LIVE

Police provide update on an arrest made for attempted murder of a child in Brampton.
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Environmentalist says biochemical companies in Sarnia not having much of an impact

A handful of small biochemical companies have been setting up shop in Sarnia, Ont. over the last few years, with some saying that it's a sign of a greener future for the region — but others are skeptical.

Sneaker drive helps Gathering Place get its clients on the right footing

This year’s Tely 10 Mile Road Race is teaming up with The Gathering Place to accept donations of old running shoes for people in need.

Would you eat lab-grown fish? You might soon be able to

Is 'lab-grown' meat ready for the mainstream? The FDA in the United States is trying to figure that out.
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Smuggled flares spark fire at Ottawa Fury game

Ottawa police are investigating after flares set off by fans of the visiting team ignited fires on the turf and in the stands at TD Place, interrupting a Canadian Championship semi-final match between Ottawa Fury FC and Toronto FC.

'Guitars are back in force' on new Metric album; watch 'Dark Saturday' video now

Watch Metric's new music video for 'Dark Saturday.'
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NDP, Greens slam Ford for supporting Saskatchewan's carbon tax legal fight

The opposition says the Ontario government should be coming up with a plan to tackle climate change, not supporting Saskatchewan's legal battle against the federal carbon tax.
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Denis Ten's death leaves figure skating community devastated

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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Boy assaulted, robbed of bicycle on riverbank trail by Assiniboine Park

A 14-year-old boy was riding a bicycle on a riverbank trail when two people jumped out from behind trees, assaulted him and stole his bike and bag, police say.
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For homes, the '90s were a great time for wood

The 1990s was the decade of cocooning and at-home entertaining. The home became both a showpiece and a refuge from an increasingly complex world. Also, people got really excited about wood again.
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Waterloo region votes 2018: Who's running in October's municipal election so far

The municipal election is Oct. 22. This is a list of who is running in Waterloo region.
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Putin's Revenge: His rise to power & his attack on American democracy

Donald Trump meets tomorrow with Vladimir Putin - who, according to U.S. intelligence, worked to swing the presidential election in Trump's favour. This is the story of Putin's rise to power & why he saw Hillary Clinton as an enemy. Watch now.
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Glen Kirkland says his view of what happened hasn't changed

Kirkland is a former veteran of Afghanistan
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Jet suit on sale at Selfridges makes anyone into Iron Man for $592K

A jet suit created by a former commodities trader in the U.K. has gone on sale in a London department store with a price tag of $592,000.
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'He just wanted to taste kiwi': New Zealand kayaker says B.C. grizzly wanted to eat him

A New Zealand kayaker caught on video being chased down a B.C. river by a hungry grizzly bear is finally sharing his story.
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At a backyard barbecue, a man slaps a child who is not his own

At a backyard barbecue with family & friends, a guest slaps another couple's misbehaving child. It's an act which begins to unravel the social fabric that linked them all together. Watch now.