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Toronto Waterfront Marathon - Men's & Women's races

Watch coverage of the women's and men's races from the Toronto Waterfront Marathon.

Angels, Reds hire ex-major leaguers Ausmus, Bell to manage

The Los Angeles Angels and Cincinnati Reds filled their managerial voids Sunday, hiring former major league players Brad Ausmus and David Bell, respectively.
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Canada drops semifinal shootout to New Zealand at women's rugby 7s season opener

Canada went try-for-try with New Zealand in the first half, but the vaunted Black Ferns' offence ultimately won out in a 28-19 in the semifinals at the HSBC Women's World Rugby Sevens Series season-opening tournament on Sunday in Glendale, Colo.

Winnipeg group treats man badly hurt in bus shelter attack to John Mellencamp tickets

A Winnipeg man recovering from a violent assault on Portage Avenue got a touch of kindness this week.
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Happy birthday Persis Gruben! N.W.T. elder is 100 years old

Persis Gruben celebrated her 100th birthday with more than a hundred friends and family members from around North America on Saturday.
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Advocates call on P.E.I. government to open adoption records

Dozens of people gathered in downtown Charlottetown Sunday calling on the P.E.I. government to open its adoption records.

Speaking out against Ticketmaster and call centre tricks: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including call centre trick, band managers react to Ticketmaster scam and legal pot is for sale.
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Impact keep playoff hopes alive after blanking TFC

Ignacio Piatti scored two second-half goals, including one from the penalty spot, as the Montreal Impact defeated rivals Toronto FC 2-0 on Sunday afternoon to keep their slim playoff hopes alive.
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On with the slow: Learning traditional music, but at a temperate speed

At a pub in St. John's, slow and steady wins the stage.
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Watch the Canad Inns Women's Curling Classic

CBC Sports will offer live-streaming coverage of the Canad Inns Women's Curling Classic from Portage la Prairie, Man., continuing on Sunday with the semifinals and final.
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Hubbell, Donohue put bow on Skate America with ice dance title

The American pair wrapped up a strong showing at Skate America as they took home the ice dance title after posting the best score in both the rhythm dance and free dance programs.
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Americans Hubbell, Donohue claim Skate America ice dance title

World silver medallists Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue of the United States broke the 200-point total for the first time in their long career together and won the ice dance gold medal at Skate America on Sunday.
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A downtown arena? Saskatoon voted 'No' 33 years ago this week

But the decision to locate SaskTel Centre in the city's north end still isn't sitting well. Here's how we got here.
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Scheer predicts 'nasty' 2019 election campaign

Speaking to supporters in Ottawa, Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said he expects the campaign to get 'nasty' before Canadians head to the polls in a year's time.

Tiger-Cats' Banks out for rest of season with broken collarbone

Hamilton Tiger-Cats wide receiver Brandon Banks will miss the balance of the season with a broken collarbone. He is second in the CFL this season in receptions and receiving yards.

Man dead after early morning shooting at Edmonton community hall

An early morning shooting at a community hall in south Edmonton claimed the life of a 37-year-old man.

Windsor is getting a new wine festival in 2019

Windsor wine lovers can raise a glass to a new festival coming to the region next year.

New partnership aims to bring more library services to Indigenous communities

A group of organizations is working together to bring more library services to Indigenous communities.

3 British Columbians get creative to stop mountains of food from hitting the trash

Three British Columbians find ways to repurpose food that would otherwise be tossed.

Cam Levins obliterates Canadian men's record in marathon debut

In his marathon debut, Cam Levins of Black Creek, B.C., stopped the clock in two hours nine minutes 25 seconds to shatter Jerome Drayton’s 43-year-old Canadian men’s record of 2:10:09 on a brisk Sunday morning at the Toronto Waterfront event.
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ISU Grand Prix 2018 Skate America

Watch coverage of the ISU Grand Prix event Skate America featuring the Men's Free Program from Everett, Washington.
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ISU Grand Prix 2018 Skate America - Free Dance

ISU Grand Prix 2018 Skate America from Everett, Washington.

More health care cuts coming but Barrette reforms here to stay, new minister says

Quebec's new health minister, Danielle McCann, is promising to cut administrative costs in the system but will largely leave intact the tumultuous reforms implemented by the previous government.

'Not good enough': Toronto privacy expert resigns from Sidewalk Labs over data concerns

A privacy expert who resigned this week from her role as an advisor to Sidewalk Labs, the Google sister company set to build a "smart" neighbourhood on Toronto's waterfront, is concerned that the "treasure trove" of data will be vulnerable to attacks.

New mayors elected as political dynasties fall in elections across B.C.

This is the first municipal vote in B.C. since new campaign finance rules were implemented that limit corporate and union donations. It also saw big change in some Metro Vancouver cities.