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Israeli airstrike destroys Hamas TV building after rockets fired from Gaza

An Israeli airstrike on Monday evening destroyed the Gaza City headquarters of Hamas' Al Aqsa TV station, after Palestinian militants fired dozens of rockets and mortar shells into southern Israel.

Djokovic cruises past Isner in ATP Finals opener

The opening matches at the ATP Finals led to a debate over whether conditions at the O2 Arena were trickier than in past years. Novak Djokovic ended it.

West Kildonan man still shocked after car slammed into his house

A man in West Kildonan is still shocked after watching a car slam into his house three times before driving away.
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Bye bye birdie: Iconic Inglewood goose sign won't be part of new, modern bridge

When the old Ninth Avenue bridge is retired next year, its iconic Inglewood goose sign, which welcomes people to the neighbourhood from its perch above, will fly the coop as well.
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Check out this pink Kashmiri-style chai from Tea House Windsor

Popular in Pakistan and India, this warm, milky tea gets its hue without the use of colouring.

Civil liberties group calls out federal government over appeal of solitary confinement ruling

A B.C. civil liberties group is calling out the federal government for a perceived double standard, questioning how it can appeal a ruling against solitary confinement while at the same time saying it is trying to end the controversial practice.

'Newbie' bird watcher discovers extremely rare 3-species hybrid warbler

When bird watcher Lowell Burket first discovered what he believed to be a never-before-seen hybrid, he was afraid nobody would take him seriously.

Search for bodies underway as California wildfires continue to burn

Experts in identifying human remains joined California police and firefighters on Monday in the grim task of sifting through the charred debris of homes destroyed in the most devastating wildfire in state history, searching for hundreds of missing people.

Marvel Comics icon Stan Lee dead at 95

Stan Lee, who dreamed up Spider-Man, Iron Man, the Hulk and a cavalcade of other Marvel Comics superheroes that became mythic figures in pop culture with soaring success at the movie box office, has died at the age of 95.

Vitamin D lowers risk of cancer death, fish oil reduces odds of heart attack, study suggests

A large U.S. study designed to gauge the health benefits of vitamin D and fish oil supplements concludes that the omega-3 oil can dramatically reduce the odds of a heart attack while vitamin D's benefits seem to come from lowering the risk of death from cancer.
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Booming culinary scene in N.L. under the spotlight since Anthony Bourdain visit

Parts Unknown has put the province on the map since the Newfoundland episode aired this spring.
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'Nothing left to order:' Calgary cannabis stores struggle with stock

After the initial spark, Calgarians continue to shop for cannabis. But supply hasn't stayed steady enough for some retail outlets to keep regular hours.

Youth protection officials failed suicidal Salluit teen, Quebec coroner concludes

The coroner looking into the death of Rhoda Tunu Parr, 14, concluded Quebec's youth protection service provided inadequate followup after the teen had expressed suicidal thoughts. He said it could be symptomatic of a larger problem in Nunavik.

NDP and residents want answers on Brandt development in Wascana Park

Both the Saskatchewan NDP and opponents of commercial development in Regina's Wascana Park are demanding answers from the provincial government.

Moguls star Kingsbury feeling lighter, fitter, faster, stronger

The reigning Olympic champion feels lighter, fitter and faster on his skis after tinkering with his diet in the off-season. If his competitors weren't already shuddering after the Canadian's latest dominant season, they should be when they hear Kingsbury is determined to up his game.

Kirkland man ordered to undergo psychiatric assessment after Friday's shooting of boy, 5, and man, 69

The 36-year-old man is facing a total of six charges, including two for the attempted murders of a five-year-old who was shot and of a three year-old boy who was also in the house at the time of the shooting.

Police search for 9 youths wanted in attack on Jewish teens

Toronto police are seeking the public’s help in identifying and locating nine youths wanted in connection with an attack on a group of Jewish teens.

2 Stella's managers on indefinite leave after allegations from workers

Two executives from Stella's Cafe have taken an indefinite leave of absence from a Winnipeg restaurant chain dogged by allegations of workplace harassment, unfair treatment of staff, racism and sexual assault.

Watch 30 years of Stan Lee cameos in 10 minutes

The iconic Marvel Comics co-creator editor passed away at the age of 95