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Dylan Smoskowitz, former OHL player

Dylan Smoskowitz, former OHL player explains why he thionks the current system works.

Grandpa bodybuilders

Do you even lift, gramps? These ones sure do.

As I become a woman, my personality is changing along with my body

There are aspects of my personality I fear losing as I transition from male to female
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Are Ontario Hockey League players workers who deserve pay or amateur athletes?: Matt Cullen

Ontario Hockey League players are highly skilled and provide, mostly free, labour for team owners and star in a high profile and often dangerous big business across the province. Should they be paid, at the very least, as well as other minimum wage workers in Ontario?
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Britain and China halt package shipments to Canada until mail strike is resolved

Canadians hoping to receive packages from international shippers while rotating strikes impact Canada Post operations may be waiting a long time.

'It made me who I was': How growing up adopted fuelled Curtis Joseph's NHL career

It wasn't until Curtis Joseph was a grown man playing in the NHL that he met his biological mother. When he did, he knew exactly what he wanted to say: he thanked her for having him.
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St. Michael's private school alerts police to 3rd incident amid ongoing sexual assault investigation

Officials at a Toronto private boys' school announced Friday they've notified police about a third "incident" as the school continues to deal with a crisis sparked by allegations that students have been assaulted or sexually assaulted on camera.
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Canada's rugby coach preaches humility with huge game against Germany looming

The round-robin winner of the repechage tournament will clinch a spot in the Rugby World Cup. Rugby Canada has said missing out on the World Cup — for the first time ever — could hit its bottom line to the tune of $10 million with World Rugby funding going elsewhere.
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(Live at 2:00 pm ET) Road to the Olympic Games: 2018 Trampoline and Tumbling Gymnastics World Championships on CBC

Individual Finals. From the St. Petersburg Sports and Concert Complex in St. Petersburg, Russia.
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Saving Boo Boo

This Arkansas family went to great lengths to save Boo Boo the chicken, even performing "the chicken Heimlich" and mouth-to-beak resuscitation. Here, they speak to AIH guest host Dianne Buckner on Jan. 29, 2007.(Ben Shannon/CBC Radio)
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Santa Claus — and road closures — coming to town

The annual Hamilton Santa Claus Parade starts at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, beginning at the corner of Bay Street N. and Barton Street W.
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A dramatic rescue

When Georgia firefighter Scott Stroup held his arms open to catch a five-year-old girl dropped from a burning building, he knew that "failure was not an option." Here is an animation of his January 2017 interview with AIH host Carol Off. (Ben Shannon/CBC Radio)
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Justin Medlock hopes to give Bombers a big boost vs. Stampeders

Blue Bombers kicker Justin Medlock will try to give the Bombers points and great field position in Sunday's West Division final in Calgary.
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Would you feed insects to your dog? These guys are betting on it

A pet-friendly team hopes their innovative ingredients will unleash a deal in the Den

Elizabeth LaPensée didn't see Indigenous people portrayed accurately in comics, so she wrote her own

Elizabeth LaPensée didn't see herself in the pages of the comics and games she loved as a child, so she set out to put more Indigenous people on the page.

'It made me who I was': How growing up adopted fuelled Curtis Joseph's NHL career

It wasn't until Curtis Joseph was a grown man playing in the NHL that he met his biological mother. When he did, he knew exactly what he wanted to say: he thanked her for having him.
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Higgs works on 'backup plan' while he fights carbon tax

​Premier Blaine Higgs says he’ll stick with his plan to challenge Ottawa’s carbon tax in court but will also develop a “backup plan” while he waits for the legal fight to play out.
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Calgary moms love their sons a little too much

Moms in Calgary kissed their blindfolded sons in an awkward High School pep rally. We have the exclusive interview.
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Thursday's snowfall breaks record in Waterloo region

More than 10 cm of snow fell on Waterloo region on Thursday, breaking a record set in 1995.
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Harjit Sajjan speaks at Halifax International Security Forum LIVE

Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan delivers opening remarks at the Halifax International Security Forum.
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Why some killers end up in minimum security and others don't

A former senior justice official says it's not uncommon for killers like Christopher Cowell to end up in minimum security shortly after their sentence.
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'Depravity and evil': Crown pushes for another 25 years for Dellen Millard

Dellen Millard's final fate is now in the hands of Justice Maureen Forestell, who spent Friday morning listening to submissions from lawyers at a sentencing hearing for Millard in the shooting death of his father, Wayne.
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Thousands without power on P.E.I., schools closed

The snow that arrived on P.E.I. Friday is the same kind that created poor travel conditions on Tuesday, says CBC meteorologist Jay Scotland.

'Depravity and evil': Crown seeks 25 more years for Dellen Millard at 3rd murder trial

Dellen Millard's final fate is now in the hands of a judge, after his sentencing hearing for shooting his own father, Wayne.
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Canadian Trail: Follow Canada's athletes around the globe

The winter sports season is upon us, which means it's time to follow Canada's athletes on their road to the next Olympic Games.