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Scientist figures out how wombats poop in cubes

The Australian marsupials are the only known animals in the world that produce cube-shaped feces.

CBC Here and Now November 19, 2018

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White House restores CNN reporter Acosta's media pass — with a warning

The Trump administration on Monday abruptly dropped its effort to bar CNN reporter Jim Acosta from the White House, but warned he could have his credentials pulled again if he doesn't follow guidelines governing journalists' behaviour.
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Doctor and paramedics thought girls were poisoned, jury at Adele Sorella trial hears

The Urgences-Santé doctor who declared Adele Sorella’s two daughters dead in their home on March 31, 2009 says he believed at the time that they did not die of natural causes.

Homeless community recieve flood of donations

People have been coming in droves to donate coats, tents, blankets and money.
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Antidepressant shortage alarms Saskatchewan patients with mental illnesses

The shortage in Canada of bupropion, a popular prescription antidepressant, has been stressful for patients with mental illnesses and the people who care for them.

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CBC New Brunswick News November 19, 2018

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Saskatoon homeowners to start paying monthly bills for garbage pickup by early 2020

City councillors finalized the details of their waste reduction plan Monday after months of debate.
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Tired of meetings, downtown BIA decides to improve core — by hiring a consultant

In hopes of fixing some issues such as crime and homelessness in Windsor's downtown, the BIA has hired a consultant to look into the city's core.
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Ovarian cancer patients planning to meet Sask. health minister as specialist shortage looms

A group of ovarian cancer patients is planning to meet Saskatchewan Health Minister Jim Reiter Tuesday.
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Travel Twitter account mistakes Capilano suspension bridge for Portugal attraction

A travel Twitter account mistook the popular B.C. attraction for a lush rainforest in Portugal.
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Judge hears arguments against Trump's asylum ban for illegal border-crossers

Legal groups argued Monday that a judge should prevent the Trump administration from enforcing its ban on asylum for anyone who illegally crosses the U.S.-Mexico border.
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P.E.I. adoptee in favour of veto option when it comes to adoption records

An adoptee on P.E.I. is opening up about her support of the veto option in the wake of the province's announcement it will open adoption records.
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Jonny Harris: A boxer in training

Jonny's exciting (and quick) journey in the ring in Huntingdon, Que.
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Man, 47, is Toronto's 91st homicide victim of 2018 after Moss Park assault

A man has died in hospital after an assault in Moss Park on Friday and is now the city's 91st homicide victim of the year.
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Jamie Koe apologizes for team's drunken antics at Alberta bonspiel

N.W.T. curling star Jamie Koe is apologizing for his team's drunken behaviour in an Alberta bonspeil that led to them being disqualified and kicked out of a curling club.

Blue Jays prospect Conine suspended 50 games for drug violation

Major League Baseball said Monday that the outfielder tested positive for ritalinic acid, a stimulant banned by its minor league drug policy.
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Curlers behaving badly show the sport hasn't gone totally dry

The Buzzer is CBC Sports' daily newsletter. Get up to speed in a hurry on the interesting stuff happening in sports, including some pro curlers who had too much to drink.
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Notley appoints 3 envoys to find solutions to oil-price differential

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is appointing three "special envoys" to work with energy sector experts and CEOs to find solutions for closing the oil-price differential.