CBC News Alberta June 17, 2018
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The consumer debt that goes poof when you die
For Canadians with mounting consumer debt, it may be useful to know that when you die, your surviving family members won't be required to pay unpaid bills such as credit card debt.
In Bill Morneau's riding, 40% of children live in poverty, report says
Campaign 2000 hopes the data will prod the government to approve a soon-to-be-finalized poverty-reduction strategy before next year's federal election, and enshrine commitments in legislation so it cannot be undone by a future government.
Red River College students left waiting for answers about program's future
A Red River College student says he was "shocked and stunned" to learn through media reports that the program he's been taking at the school for the last two years is being cancelled.
Canadian triathlete Tyler Mislawchuk places 3rd at World Cup race in Antwerp
The National for June 17, 2018
At least 3 dead, dozens hurt after earthquake hits Japan
CBC Montreal News June 17, 2018
Heat warnings issued for parts of northern Alberta
Strong quake strikes region surrounding Osaka, Japan
Trump-Trudeau Trade rift: Do shaky relations shake you?
Best goals from past Olympics scored by countries competing in the 2018 World Cup
FIFA World Cup Wrap: June 17
Cree chef a farmers market success story in Vancouver
Century-old church destroyed by fire on south-east Saskatchewan First Nation
'Accidental' writer traces history of pioneer Chinese family in North Cariboo
'It's really hard right now': Calgary couple struggles with infant son's rare skin disease
York Region confirms measles exposure at mall movie theatre
Toronto under 1st heat warning of 2018
CBC Atlantic Tonight June 17, 2018
Defending champs Germany drop World Cup opener to Mexico