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Becoming The Jerry Cans: From Legion cover band to ambassadors of Inuit culture

The Jerry Cans are now known for their eclectic sound that combines rock, folk, throat singing and singing in Inuktitut, but the group originally met at Inuksuk High School in Iqaluit, and started off playing cover songs.  
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Spotlight shines on The Grande Dame of Canadian Comedy, Martha Chaves.

Recorded at our 10th Anniversary Show in Banff - Host Ali Hassan presents all your favourite Martha jokes past and present to a sold-out audience at the Banff Centre for the Arts. Wishing everyone a happy and safe summer ~ Ali and Tracy
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Why an Edmonton Salon decided to charge gender-neutral haircut prices

Jennifer Storey, the owner of Adara Hair, explains why her salon decided to become the first place in Edmonton to advertise gender-neutral pricing.
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Cambridge council approves moving forward with search for SCS site

Cambridge councillors have voted 7-2 in favour of moving forward with a search for a supervised consumption site location and setting up an advisory committee to help with that process.
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Most serious dog bites take place in the home, U of C study finds

A University of Calgary study of over 2,000 dog bites found that children and seniors are the most likely to be seriously bit.
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Trudeau prepares to talk trade, China with Trump today in Washington

The Trudeau government believes that it's in a relatively benign moment of its complicated relationship with the Trump administration, with both sides pulling in the same direction on NAFTA ratification.
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Bizarre skull belongs to 1st known beluga-narwhal hybrid

Modern DNA technology has confirmed a strange-looking whale skull with weird, twisted teeth collected by a hunter decades ago belongs to the offspring of a narwhal mother and beluga father.
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Fedeli, MacLeod, Thompson all demoted in major Ontario cabinet shuffle by Ford

Some of Ontario Premier Doug Ford's most high-profile cabinet ministers have been moved out of their posts as part of a major shuffle that comes amid slumping poll numbers for the premier and controversies on several important files.
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Trudeau at the White House LIVE

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrives at the White House where he will meet with U.S. President Donald Trump to discuss the ratification of the new NAFTA, tensions with China and trade irritants between the two countries.
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Sudbury residents speak up about cuts to legal aid funding

People in Sudbury say they are worried about how cuts to legal aid funding will affect the city’s most vulnerable.
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'It's not a bright place:' Dawn Jani Birley on the struggles of being a deaf actor

The Canadian actor describes how the new musical The Black Drum shows the experiences of being deaf.

A Saudi teen's escape to Canada could make it more dangerous for others

Rahaf Mohammed's remarkable story captured the attention of the world. But activists worry that her flight to freedom may actually make it harder for other women who may try the same in the future.
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5 people charged after investigation into 'big box store' of child pornography in Ontario

Authorities announced details Thursday of a years-long investigation into what they describe as an Ontario-based online "big box store" for child pornography.
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Felix Auger-Aliassime knocks off former No. 3 Dimitrov in tournament opener

Canada's Felix Auger-Aliassime continued his strong start to the grass-court season with a 6-4, 6-4 win over Bulgaria's Grigor Dimitrov in the first round of the Queen's Club tournament on Thursday.
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Montreal News Update

News Update from CBC Montreal
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Focus, team work crucial for Canada turnaround in Volleyball Nations League

Canada’s men look to enhance their chances of clinching a berth in the Volleyball Nations League Final Six next month with a strong weekend performance in Illinois, starting Friday against last-place China (CBCSports.ca, 6 p.m. ET).

Find out who made the 2019 Polaris Music Prize long list

Shad, Carly Rae Jepsen and Wintersleep are among the return nominees.
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Surveillance, new rules coming to Moncton's tent city

The City of Moncton is setting up surveillance and enforcing numerous new rules for the homeless people living in tents on Albert Street in Moncton, an area that’s become known as tent city.
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Sex assault charge withdrawn against Calgary priest

A Catholic priest in Calgary no longer faces allegations of sexual assault after the prosecutor withdrew the charge in court on Thursday.

'I can always find the humour': Margaret Trudeau shares her struggle with mental illness in new one-woman show

In Margaret Trudeau's new one-woman comedy show, Certain Woman of an Age, the Canadian icon uses humour to tell her story like never before.
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Vivek Shraya & Ness Lee's Death Threat aims to spark conversations about online trolling and abuse

Vivek Shraya's new work, a graphic novel illustrated by Ness Lee, is a semi-autobiographical account of Shraya's experience of online abuse.
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Flood repairs to cost NCC up to $10M

Repairing the capital's bridges, pathways and shorelines after this spring's floods could cost the National Capital Commission between $6 million and $10 million, its board heard Thursday.
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Montreal's suburban drivers will pay more for car registration to boost transit funding

Suburban motorists will have to pay $50 more a year to register their vehicles, bringing in an estimated $100 million a year to support bus, train and Metro services.

'Soul music speaks to the spirit': Lee Fields on returning to music after tragedy

Soul singer Lee Fields cut his first record 50 years ago, but there was a period of time when he stopped making music. Now he's ready to share why.

What happened to the bells at Trinity Church?

The church bells tolling out the time in uptown Saint John for over a century have been silenced  — but there's a good reason.