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'Most brazen act of anti-Semitism we've seen': Jewish community reeling after attack at BerMax Caffe

A woman was assaulted and a Winnipeg restaurant was severely vandalized in what police say was likely a hate-related robbery.
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Gym, tan, laundry... vote?: Ontario asked to consider weekend, holiday elections

If Ontario’s chief electoral officer has his way, voters could head to the polls on weekends or holidays in future provincial elections.

Road tested: Jets confident they can win in St. Louis to force Game 7

The home team has yet to win over the first five games of the best-of-seven Western Conference quarter-final. It's the fourth time in NHL history, and first since 2004, that has happened to start a series.

'Be prepared to evacuate': Flooding imminent along St. John River, EMO says

Residents who live along flood-prone areas of the St. John River should stay clear of the riverbanks, protect their homes, check on their neighbours and be prepared to evacuate, says New Brunswick’s Emergency Measures Organization.

Steve Yzerman named Red Wings GM, leaving Lightning after 9 years

Hockey Hall of Famer Steve Yzerman was named general manager of the Detroit Red Wings on Friday, returning to the franchise where he was part of three Stanley Cup championship teams and a captain for a league-record 20 seasons.
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Riffed from the Headlines: 04/20/2019

Riffed from the Headlines is our weekly quiz where we choose three riffs linked by one story in the news. Guess the story that links the riffs and you could win a Day 6 tote bag and a personalized note from our very own Brent Bambury.
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Where to go and who to call: advice to Montreal-area residents before flooding

The essentials of flood preparedness are the same no matter where you are in the Montreal area.

Trump blasts 'crazy' Mueller report as Democrats make legal bid for 'full version'

U.S. House judiciary committee chair Jerrold Nadler issued a subpoena on Friday to obtain the full Russia investigation report by special counsel Robert Mueller, saying he cannot accept a redacted version that "leaves most of Congress in the dark."
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Hockey Night in Canada: The Stanley Cup Playoffs

Facing elimination, the Flames are back home. Can they stay alive & send the series back to Colorado? Or will the Avalanche eliminate Calgary? Watch Game 5 now.
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Hockey Night in Canada: The Stanley Cup Playoffs

With the series tied 2-2, the scene shifts back to Boston. Can the Leafs get a big win on the road or will the Bruins take Game 5? Watch now.

Tracking the Impeach-O-Meter

What are Trump's odds of staying in office? Our political experts weigh the likelihood of impeachment.

'She had the biggest heart,' friend says of journalist shot in Northern Ireland riot

Lyra McKee is being remembered as a compassionate reporter, a gay icon, an unabashed nerd and a wonderful friend.
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Mueller report, Impeach-O-Meter, Kenney and climate change, Avengers fan theories, Parkinson's Chorus and more

How the Mueller report challenges Trump's exoneration claims, weighing climate risk in Jason Kenney's Alberta, predicting the ending of Avengers: Endgame, Bellingcat's civilian investigators report on Yemen, choir therapy for Parkinson's patients and more.
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3 NDP candidates concede to election rivals as Alberta's (unofficial) results near completion

With 84,000 ballots left to count, as of Friday morning, Elections Alberta are hoping to be done early, with three candidates in the handful of undecided races choosing to concede.

'Still doesn't feel real': Journalist shot dead during Northern Ireland riot

Police in Northern Ireland say they believe the dissident republican group New IRA was probably responsible for the fatal shooting of a journalist during overnight rioting in the city of Londonderry, also known as Derry.

Long weekend traffic creates lengthy waits at ferry terminals, border crossings

Sailings from Tsawwassen to Swartz Bay are seeing three-sailing waits.

Banff, Jasper could see 10 cm of snow as warnings blanket Alberta mountains

Mountainous areas along Alberta's western border near Banff and Jasper could see up to 10 centimetres of snow today.
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This trio of eagles — 1 female and 2 males — are raising a family together

"The current birds in the nest have all mated together at one point or another, so they're in an actual intimate relationship together and they all share parenting duties," says nature writer who follows the family.

Residents begin stocking up on sandbags as rain continues to fall

Residents living in parts of eastern Ontario and western Quebec stocked up on sandbags Friday as rain continued to fall across the region.

2 Outaouais municipalities declare states of emergency

The western Quebec municipalities of Pontiac and Val-des-Monts have declared states of emergency due to rising waters on the Ottawa River.