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Study finds one in five Ontario children have mental health problems, same as 30 years ago

Around one in five Ontario children have a mental health disorder — about the same percentage as in 1983 — but more people now perceive a need for professional help, according to a province-wide study out of McMaster University.
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Part of Pearson Airport's Terminal 3 evacuated due to 'suspicious package'

Part of Terminal 3 at Pearson International Airport has been evacuated due to a suspicious package, according to Peel Regional Police.
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'They don't build anything for a giant'

In 1985, Andre the Giant talks to CBC about life as a giant.

15 Canadian books to read this spring

Spring is here! And a new season means new books. Here are 15 great Canadian reads to check out while the weather warms up.

'A real access-to-justice issue': Why lawyers are reluctant to take on medical malpractice suits

A CBC News investigation has examined data going back decades and found that the number of patients who successfully sue doctors over medical mistakes is small — and getting smaller. We ask why it's so hard to sue doctors in Canada, even in cases of patient death.
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'You've got a safe room'; $2.9M pledged for the construction of London's first youth shelter

The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation has announced it will contribute $2.9 million to the construction of London’s first shelter exclusively for homeless youth.
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Kenney agrees with delay on Trans Mountain decision

Premier-designate Jason Kenney says he's on board with the federal government's decision to extend its own deadline for a final decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.

Gavin Crawford plays all three panellists on the news quiz

First, some of our best clues of the year. Then, host Gavin Crawford switches roles and plays all three panellists.
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Molasses spill causes 'sticky situation' in Charlottetown

A sticky job for Charlottetown's Agro Co-op employees Thursday morning as they clean up a molasses spill.
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How Andre the Giant started wrestling

In 1975, Andre the Giant talks to CBC about how he got into the wrestling game.
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Province announces $130M plan for art gallery on Halifax waterfront

Nova Scotia's new $130-million art gallery will be built next to Bishop's Landing on the Halifax waterfront on land currently being used as a parking lot on Lower Water Street.

15 Canadian books to read this spring

Spring is here! And a new season means new books. Here are 15 great Canadian reads to check out while the weather warms up.
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Little People Big Problems: Rob talks to kids about insects

Scientists who study insects are scratching their heads -- and not because of bug bites -- after a noted decline in insect species. A recent study suggests as many as 40 percent of insect species are dwindling. Now scientists are asking the question 'why?' Rob Doublett sat down with a few of the kids from George Bissett Elementary in Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia to talk about our hexapod invertebrate friends.
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QuadrigaCX's creditor protection extended until June

Approximately 115,000 former Quadriga clients are owed about $250 million after the company abruptly ceased operations Jan. 28. following the sudden death of founder Gerry Cotton.
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Saskatchewan News Update

News Update from CBC Regina

'A real access-to-justice issue': Why lawyers are reluctant to take on medical malpractice suits

A CBC News investigation has examined data going back decades and found that the number of patients who successfully sue doctors over medical mistakes is small — and getting smaller. We ask why it's so hard to sue doctors in Canada, even in cases of patient death.
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CBC Compass April 16, 2019

PEI News at 6 with regional, national and international stories.
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CBC Edmonton News April 16, 2019

Stories that matter and analysis to make sense of what's happening
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Prescription for loneliness

White Coat Black Art looks at ways of dealing with loneliness in seniors. We visit roommates Cara Duncan, 23 and Lesly Adamson, 92. Dr. Mayur Lakhani, a family doctor and president of Britain's Royal College of General Practitioners, talks about the social prescribing expert in his office who guides his patients to local community activities. Dr. Helen Kingston, another U.K. doctor, tells Brian about the Compassionate Frome Project, a plan to treat lonely patients in her hometown of Frome.
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Are You Having A Hard Time Renting A Home In Montreal

We asked our listeners if they are having a hard time renting a home in Montreal with a 1.9 vacancy rate.
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Financial outlook for province moves to stable from negative

The New Brunswick government has avoided a credit-rating downgrade after earning an improvement in its financial outlook from negative to stable, according to the DBRS crediting rating agency.
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Some Westwold residents concerned about outdoor marijuana farm coming to the community

Aurora Cannabis has purchased 400 acres in Westwold, and plan to set up an outdoor medicinal marijuana farm. This has some residents concerned.
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Stuck with $37K bill he can't read

Winnipeg man says door-to-door furnace sales should be banned.
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Dear Scarlet

A comic by Teresa Wong.
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Reproduction

Reproduction is the debut novel from poet and writer Ian Williams.