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British Parliament meets today, but few are clear on next Brexit steps

At one of the most important junctures for the U.K. in at least a generation, British politics is at fever pitch, and nearly three years after the 2016 EU membership referendum, it remains unclear how, when or even if Brexit will take place.
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CRA's online site down

The Canada Revenue Agency says its online systems have gone down, and it isn't saying when they will be back.

Blue Jackets blank Canucks 5-0, improve playoff chances

Pierre-Luc Dubois had a goal and an assist while goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 21 shots as the Columbus Blue Jackets improved their NHL playoff chances with a 5-0 win over the Vancouver Canucks.
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Podcast: Mueller: no collusion, no obstruction, no exoneration

A summary of Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible collusion with Russia during the 2016 election is out. CBC Washington correspondent Keith Boag breaks down what we know so far, and the implications for the Trump administration.

Round 1 Searchlight 2019 standouts

Searchlight producers pick a few early favourites in Searchlight 2019.

Calgary UCP candidate quits race citing threats to 'smear' her over social media posts

Another United Conservative Party candidate has stepped down over comments she has made on social media platforms.
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My 90-Year-Old Roommate and the humour in Elder Tech

How the CSA-nominated series plays with technology and age
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Trudeau makes housing announcement in Maple Ridge LIVE

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces plans to support housing affordability in the city of Maple Ridge.

Searchlight 2019: the prizes

This year features a dazzling array of prizes, from studio time to artist development to a festival performance spot.
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Opposition MPs turn to ethics committee to probe SNC-Lavalin affair

The House of Commons ethics committee will meet on Tuesday to discuss whether members should study the SNC-Lavalin affair after the Liberals used their majority on the justice committee to end a similar investigation.
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Weyburn council taking another look at group home vote on Monday

Weyburn, Sask., city council is reopening the debate about bringing a group home to the city. The proposal for a home for people with intellectual disabilities was rejected earlier this month and advocates have been protesting the decision.

3 new Ontario songs you need to hear this week

Check out new music from Headstones, Gareth Inkster and The Un-Teens.
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Daily sunrise ceremony 'very powerful' for Mi'kmaq elder

It started with a teenaged boy's question to his grandfather, and now Mi'kmaq elder Junior Peter-Paul feels the weight of his ancestors pushing him to greet the sunrise every day.
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Why do we feel broke when the economy is so strong?

Political economist Ricardo Tranjan of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and financial planner Shannon Lee Simmons explain why many people are feeling broke in spite of a strong economy - precarious jobs and social media pressure contribute to a gnawing unease in the midst of plenty.
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Trudeau set to announce plans for housing affordability in Maple Ridge

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to make several appearances in B.C. Monday, one to announce plans to support housing affordability and another to campaign with a byelection candidate on Vancouver Island.

Co-working spaces coming to Saskatoon

Saskatoon will soon be home to Canada’s first co-working space on an urban reserve.

10 videos that prove baroque music sounds amazing on marimba

Mallets make the magic in the music of Bach, Handel and Vivaldi.

Bangladesh is moving 100,000 Rohingya refugees to a cyclone-prone island made of silt

Anwar Arkani says his sisters are living in a refugee camps that fit the "biblical description of hell" — but he still doesn't want them moved to a nearby uninhabited island formed from silt.

OPP union launching its own suicide prevention program

The union representing OPP employees says it can't wait for the force to complete an internal review of suicides among members, so it's launching its own mental health support program.
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Canada Reads 2019 Day One: Watch the livestream here at 11 a.m. ET on March 25

The battle of the books begins now!
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Canada Reads 2019 - Day Two

One has fallen! Join host Ali Hassan as five celebrated Canadians enter the ring with their books. This year's theme is One Book to Move You. Which title will be voted off the bookshelf next?
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'It's not the place for me': Kelowna man adjusts to social housing from life on street

Two months ago Pierre Gervais left Kelowna's Gospel Mission shelter in the city's downtown core to move into the newly opened Heath House supportive housing complex, located on busy Highway 97, the main traffic route cutting through the Okanagan city.
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Austrian policeman charged for leaking skier's doping video

State prosecutors in Innsbruck have charged an Austrian policeman with malpractice for leaking a police video showing a skier apparently in the middle of a blood transfusion during the doping raid at last month's nordic skiing world championships in Seefeld.

How the CAQ's green promises were left in the dust by road-friendly budget

The Coalition Avenir Québec’s first provincial budget has reignited concerns that the government is uninterested in taking decisive action on climate change.

Canada Reads 2019: here are the contenders

Yanic Truesdale, Lisa Ray, Joe Zee, Ziya Tong and Chuck Comeau are each championing the one book they think all of Canada should read. The debates take place March 25-28.