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What it's like on the ground in Gaza City and Holon, Israel.

CBC News Network's Andrew Nichols speaks with Rima Aburahma a resident of Gaza City and Jeff Glickman, a Holon resident.
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Nike’s new shoe highlights boom in adaptive fashion

The scarcity of the Nike Go FlyEase has members of the disabled community frustrated and underlines the now booming industry of adaptive fashion.
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Pandemic threatens to delay Canadian citizenship for hundreds of thousands

CBC News has learned an immigration backlog has delayed Canadian citizenship tests for 100,000 people.
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Manitoba passes Alberta with highest per capita COVID-19 infection rate

Manitoba surpassed Alberta on Sunday with the highest per capita COVID-19 infection rate in Canada.
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Leafs fans fired up over 2021 Stanley Cup chances

Toronto Maple Leafs fans are ecstatic over their team's 2021 Stanley Cup chances ahead of a first-round playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens. Meet a few of those loyal and eccentric diehard Leafs fans.
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What to expect in this year’s NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

NHL reporter and insider Elliotte Friedman weighs in on the playoff rivalry between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens, and the other teams he'll be keeping a close eye on.
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The National On Demand: Middle East crisis, vaccine supply boost, Leafs fans fired up

Calls for a ceasefire in the Middle East after the deadliest day in Gaza since 2014. Canada gets its biggest shipment yet of COVID-19 vaccine doses. Plus, after decades of disappointment, we talk to die-hard Toronto Maple Leafs fans about keeping the faith.
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Farmers, migrant workers speak out against strict COVID-19 restrictions

Farmers and migrant workers in Ontario's Norfolk County say COVID-19 restrictions imposed on them are unreasonably harsh and harmful to workers — and they say Canadians' produce prices will rise as a result.
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Toronto shooting leaves 1 killed, 3 injured

Gunfire erupted in a Toronto neighbourhood on Sunday afternoon, killing one man and injuring at least three others. Toronto police said about 100 shots were fired before the shooter drove away.
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Canada’s vaccination campaign ramps up

Canada is expecting five million doses of COVID-19 vaccines this week. It’s the biggest shipment to date as the country ramps up its vaccination campaign.
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Woman loses thousands sending oxygen device to Mexico

A Calgary woman sent an oxygen device to her family in Mexico, who'd been stricken with COVID-19. But it never got to them, and UPS wouldn't take responsibility until Go Public started asking questions.
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UN Secretary General calls for ceasefire in Middle East

United Nations Secretary General António Guterres demanded an immediate ceasefire between Israel and Palestinian militants during an emergency virtual meeting of the Security Council, while the United States said it is also negotiating for an end to hostilities.
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More fear ahead for Palestinians, Israelis as violence intensifies

Israeli airstrikes continue to flatten buildings in Gaza, while Hamas launched rockets from civilian areas in Gaza toward civilian areas in Israel. And Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the strikes will continue.
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Shooting in Metro Vancouver shopping area latest in recent spate of violence

Police in Metro Vancouver are vowing to crack down on gun violence, after yet another shooting at a busy, public area. Other recent shootings have taken place at a recreation centre and at Vancouver International Airport.
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Violence in Israel and Gaza spreads to the Occupied Territories

Ongoing violence in Israel and Gaza spills into the Occupied West Bank. Meanwhile, Palestinians in Gaza fear a ground invasion by Israeli forces.
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The Vaccine Hunters' mission to help all Canadians get vaccinated

Ian Hanomansing speaks to two members of the Vaccine Hunters Canada group about how they've helped hundreds of thousands of Canadians get their COVID-19 vaccines and why they hope to soon be obsolete.
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What's behind recent violence in the Middle East

A look at the long-standing tensions in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the most recent escalation.
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Sunwing customers left waiting for refunds for flights cancelled due to pandemic

Frustrated customers of Sunwing Airlines have had a long wait to be refunded for flights cancelled due to the pandemic - even as other carriers compensate their flyers.
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The National On Demand: One-dose summer, Israel-Gaza violence, ethical AI

May 14, 2021 | Canadians that have been partially vaccinated against COVID-19 can socialise with family and friends outdoors this summer, says Dr. Theresa Tam. Violence continues between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants. Plus, how AI can unintentionally expose users to racist terms.
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Alberta MLAs Todd Loewen, Drew Barnes expelled from UCP caucus

Jason Kenney has quelled a revolt on his party's backbenches, after two vocal critics were expelled from his United Conservative Party caucus. However, this may just be the start of a bigger battle for the Alberta premier.
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Urban gardeners use warming climate to grow exotic plants

Climate change is allowing urban gardeners to grow exotic plants — which can help prepare cities for some of the worst impacts of a warming world.
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Extreme drought in Canadian Prairies causes rough start to growing season

Extreme drought in parts of Saskatchewan and Manitoba has made for a poor start to the growing season. Across the Prairies, unusually dry conditions will jeopardize crops, threaten the water supply and increase the risk of fires.
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AI’s inability to recognize racist language

Artificial intelligence is used for translation apps, and other software. The problem is the technology is unable to differentiate between legitimate terms and ones that might be biased or racist.
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Toronto opens walk-in vaccination clinic for the Latin American community

Toronto completed day one of its new walk-in vaccination clinic focused on the Latin American community, which has a disproportionate number of cases due to social inequities and jobs that put workers at risk.
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Summer guidance issued for partially vaccinated Canadians

Health officials lay out the path for Canadians to enjoy summer patios and indoor dining in the fall. It's all about vaccination targets.
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The view from the ground in Gaza and Israel

Amit Sherman and Hala Shoman live 38 kilometres apart, in Israel and Gaza respectively. They share what it’s been like to watch the escalating violence unfold where they are.
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Greyhound shuts down in Canada for good

After a century of bus service across the country, Greyhound will no longer be operating in Canada, leaving few transportation options for some communities.

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