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One person is dead and as many as 60 people have been injured —one seriously — in a crash involving a passenger bus five kilometres west of Chase, B.C.
Iranian city feels like 73 C as heat wave smothers Middle East
While the dog days of summer have triggered heat alerts in many Canadian cities, weather woes are much worse in the Middle East.
Justin Trudeau says Stephen Harper 'changing the rules' to hold power video
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau tells CBC Radio's The House that Prime Minister Stephen Harper is "changing the rules" by making the election campaign twice as long — to give himself a chance to spend the Conservatives' war chest, which is bigger than the Liberals' and the NDP's combined.
'Rowdy' Roddy Piper, WWE legend, dead at 61
Canadian WWE legend "Rowdy" Roddy Piper died from natural causes in his Hollywood home on Friday. He was 61.

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