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Jury convicts Linklater, acquits girlfriend Knott, in 2016 stabbing death of David Sanderson

A Winnipeg jury has delivered two very different verdicts for a man and woman charged in the stabbing death of Robert Sanderson 2½ years ago.

GPS bike-share program in China credited with reducing gridlock and smog

Since the beginning of last year, Chinese cities have been awash with 23 million GPS-equipped bicycles, part of a bike share program that has been credited with changing traffic patterns across the country, writes Saša Petricic.

Flames rally to edge Flyers in overtime 6-5

The Calgary Flames rallied to beat the Philadelphia Flyers 6-5. The Flames' Johnny Gaudreau scored the OT winning goal.
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CBC Ottawa News December 12, 2018

Keeps you up-to-date on developing stories in the Ottawa and Greater Toronto regions weeknights following The National.
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CBC Toronto News December 12, 2018

Keep up-to-date on developing stories in the Greater Toronto region weeknights immediately following The National.
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CBC Montreal News December 12, 2018

The CBC Montreal News team brings you up-to-date with today's top stories
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Gaudreau's OT winner caps another thrilling comeback for Flames

Johnny Gaudreau scored in overtime for the Calgary Flames in a 6-5 win over the visiting Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday.

Message to Spiritual Soldiers

Here is just one of the many messages that the Spiritual Soldiers Coffee Compound received from people across Canada, and the U.S.
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The National for December 12, 2018

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News
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Parts of Sherwood Park community centre to re-open amid $14M restoration effort

Amid a massive cleanup effort, parts of the Sherwood Park community centre that was rocked by two explosions last month will re-open to the public next week.

Man dead after found in vehicle with gunshot wounds in Etobicoke

A man is dead after being found in a vehicle with apparent gunshot wounds in Kingsview Village, Toronto police say.

Canada Post parcel delays driving shoppers offline and back into stores, survey suggests

A recent survey shows one in four Canadians are cutting back on online shopping because of concerns over potential delivery disruptions, as Canada Post grapples with a backlog of six million parcels.

Trump and Mexico's new president Obrador talk migration and jobs

Mexico's leftist President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he spoke by telephone Wednesday with U.S. President Donald Trump about migration and job creation.

Three assault victims suing Alpine Canada, accusing federation of turning blind eye to wrongdoing

Three women are suing Alpine Canada. They're accusing the sports federation of turning a blind eye to the wrongdoing of former ski coach, Bertrand Charest. He's serving a 12-year sentence. The three women are now seeking 450 thousand dollars in damages.
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Game Wrap: Lights go out in New York, but Vegas keeps shining

Marc-Andre Fleury pulled within one win of ninth place on the all-time goalie wins list in the Golden Knights' 3-2 victory over the Islanders.
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Think you can spot a lie? These kids have to figure out if Kaetlyn Osmond is telling the truth

The stakes couldn’t be higher. It's the last chance to get a spot in the season finale. Special appearance by 3-time Olympic figure skating medalist Kaetlyn Osmond. Watch now.

Manhunt underway in France, Germany for suspect in Tuesday's fatal Christmas market shooting in Strasbourg

The suspect in yesterday's deadly shooting at a Christmas market in Strasbourg, France is still on the loose and police are widening their search. A major manhunt is underway in both France and in Germany. Before the attack, the 29-year-old suspect was already known to police and to intelligence services as a potential security risk and According to a French prosecutor: now two people are dead, a third was left brain-dead, and several others were hurt.
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CBC Atlantic Tonight December 12, 2018

A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Basketball and football seasons at St. Michael's cancelled amid assault scandal

St Michael's College School in Toronto is cancelling three of its upcoming sports programs. This, a month after an investigation into allegations of assault. Six students are facing charges. The school also says anyone in competitive sports will participate in workshops about bullying, harassment and abuse.

Marie Renaud defeats NDP caucus colleague Trevor Horne in St. Albert nomination

Marie Renaud won the NDP nomination in the constituency of St. Albert over her caucus colleague Trevor Horne Wednesday night.

Breaking with Trump, Republican-led Senate pushes to end U.S. support for Saudi war in Yemen

In a rare break with U.S. President Donald Trump, the Senate voted on Wednesday to move ahead with a resolution to end U.S. military support for the Saudi Arabian-led coalition in the war in Yemen and lawmakers vowed to push for sanctions against the kingdom in the new year.

Missing woman Laura Booth, 34, last seen in North Kildonan

Winnipeg police are asking the public for help in locating a missing 34-year-old woman.

Gushue bounces back for 1st National Grand Slam of Curling win

Hometown skip Brad Gushue of St. John's bounced back from an opening-draw loss to beat Scotland's Ross Paterson 8-1 on Wednesday at the National Grand Slam of Curling tournament.

SAG awards led by 'A Star is Born'

Bradley Cooper's A Star is Born leads the SAG awards for most nominations with four nods.
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How a Calgary-born director's heart grew 3 sizes when he learned to embrace the Christmas movie

David Winning has been behind the camera for everything, from teen hits to science fiction and horror series, but in recent years seems to have found a comfortable niche in directing Christmas movies for the Hallmark and Lifetime channels.