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What you need to know about flood risks in Ottawa-Gatineau

Many residents in Ottawa and Gatineau, Que., are spending their Easter weekend preparing for the looming flood risk as the water levels rise on the Ottawa River. 
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Laval, Île-Bizard and West Island brace for flooding as snow continues to melt

More than 900 homes in Laval are at risk of flooding, according to the latest estimates.
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Atlantic News Update

News Update from CBC Halifax
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Ukraine's Poroshenko concedes defeat to comedian rival Zelenskiy in presidential vote

A comedian whose only political experience consists of playing a president on TV appeared poised to reprise the role in real life when an exit poll showed him winning Ukraine's presidential runoff Sunday in a landslide.

At least 14 killed in Colombia landslide after heavy rains

14 people have died after heavy rains caused a landslide in southwestern Colombia on Sunday.

Fabio Fognini realizes boyhood dream to win Monte Carlo Masters

On the clay courts where he once practised as a youth with big dreams, Fabio Fognini won the biggest title of his erratic career by beating Dusan Lajovic 6-3, 6-4 Sunday in the Monte Carlo Masters final.
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'It's indescribable': Calgary family grieving relatives killed in Sri Lanka bombings

A Calgary family is reeling after three of their relatives were killed in a series of bombings in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.

Ukraine's Poroshenko loses to TV sitcom star Volodymyr Zelenskiy

Comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy has won Ukraine's presidential race by a landslide on Sunday. The run-off election was between Zelenskiy and the incumbent President Petro Poroshenko.

Over 200 dead, 450 hurt in Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka

More than 200 people were killed and 450 injured by a series of bombings in the capital Colombo and across Sri Lanka on Sunday. Churches and luxury hotels were the main targets and so far no one has claimed responsibility. Thirteen suspects have now been arrested.
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Arlington Street Bridge closed due to road damage

If you're planning to take the Arlington Street Bridge Sunday, you're out of luck.

Fredericton, Maugerville, Jemseg surpass flood stage

Fredericton exceeded the flood stage Saturday, joined by other N.B. communities on the St. John River such as Maugerville, Jemseg, Sheffield and Lakeville Corner, meaning water is spilling over the banks onto roads and low-lying areas. 

Watch women's World Rugby Sevens: Japan

Watch action from the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series event in Japan, including Team Canada's semifinal match against the United States.

1 airlifted to hospital in critical condition after avalanche near Lake Louise

EMS says one person is in critical condition after an avalanche near Lake Louise, Alta. 
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Man dies after being critically injured in avalanche near Lake Louise

A man has died following an avalanche near Lake Louise, Alta., on Saturday.

Nets GM Sean Marks barred 1 game, fined for charging referees' room

Nets general manager Sean Marks has been suspended one game without pay and fined $25,000 US for entering the referees' dressing room after Brooklyn's loss to Philadelphia in Game 4 of their playoff series.
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Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night in Canada: Maple Leafs vs. Bruins Game 6

The Toronto Maple Leafs revisit their rivalry with the Boston Bruins in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night in Canada. Watch coverage with our free live stream on the CBC Sports app.
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Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night in Canada: Maple Leafs vs. Bruins Game 6

Watch live on television and online as the Toronto Maple Leafs revisit their rivalry with the Boston Bruins in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs on Hockey Night on Canada.

Ahead of federal election, imams at 69 Canadian mosques deliver message that every vote counts

When Canadians go to the polls in October, a non-partisan group hopes Muslim voter turnout will be higher than ever — and seized one of the year's most-attended days of prayer to mobilize the community with a single message: every ballot counts.

Dozens of flood victims seek help at Gatineau relief centre

Nearly 40 people have sought assistance at the disaster relief centre in Gatineau, Que., since it opened its doors Saturday in response to rising flood waters.

Organisers cite minimal 'wear and tear' to Sunset Beach after 420, Park Board still assessing

As the cleanup from yesterday's 420 event begins, organizers say the damage to Sunset Beach is minimal, with only normal "wear and tear" to the park.
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The Weekly with Wendy Mesley April 21, 2019

Wendy Mesley takes you behind the headlines to reveal hidden and surprising forces shaping the news and our world.

Firefighters take down massive fire in abandoned cabins near Kenora, Ont.

An abandoned set of cabins near Kenora, Ont. were engulfed in flames in a massive fire Friday night.

Christians plan vigil for Winnipeg's Jewish community after woman attacked, swastika spray-painted inside cafe

A city church is planning a vigil to support Winnipeg's Jewish community after a violent anti-Semitic incident at a Winnipeg cafe that sent a woman to hospital and left the inside of a cafe vandalized with a swastika spraypainted inside.
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Here are the nominated candidates running in the P.E.I. election

With Prince Edward Island's next provincial election officially announced for April 23, you may want to know which district you live in and which candidates are currently nominated to run in your district. 
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Saskatchewan News Update

News Update from CBC Regina