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Weyburn, Sask., council reverses decision that blocked group home development

The city council of Weyburn, Sask., has reversed a controversial decision about a group home. Today council members voted unanimously to allow the home for people with physical and intellectual disabilities to be built in one of the city's newer neighbourhoods.
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New details emerge in Cortes Island homicide

The son of slain B.C. artist Stefano Savioli, killed almost nine years ago in his cabin on Cortes Island, is hoping new details about who was on the property at the time of the death could help revive the dormant homicide investigation.

'People need access to healthy meals:' Inequality among Indigenous peoples may explain psychological distress

Improving the quality and availability of food could help reduce mental health issues among Indigenous populations in Canada, say researchers who analyzed survey responses from 14,000 Indigenous adults.

UN appealing for millions to help Mozambique recover from devastating cylcone Idai

More than a week after Cyclone Idai ripped through southeastern Africa, the UN says nearly two million people are in need of help in Mozambique. Getting aid to those most affected has become the latest challenge. Death toll rises as thousands remain in rescue camps.
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Canadian oilfield services firms bringing in more revenue from U.S. operations

Large Canadian oilfield services companies with operations in the U.S. are now earning more of their revenue south of the border than they are in Canada, according to a study by AltaCorp Capital.

Ebola cases in Congo surpass 1,000

The Ebola epidemic in Congo has become the 2nd deadliest outbreak in the world. The number of cases has risen to 1,009 and the death toll has hit 629.
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1 dead in TCH crash near St. Fintan's turnoff, on Newfoundland's west coast

RCMP say others may be injured, but they can't confirm additional details at this time.

Police locate vehicle used in abduction of Wanzhen Lu, 22, on Saturday in Markham

The vehicle used in what police say was an "armed kidnapping" of a 22-year-old Chinese international student Saturday night in Markham, Ont., has been located in Toronto, police say.
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Tens of thousands of units need to solve housing crisis says developer

Hani Lammam with the Cressey Development Group says developers need more incentives to provide rental units over condos.

Family who helped Edward Snowden arrives in Canada

U.S. whistleblower Edward Snowden says he is relieved one of the families who helped hide him when he was on the run in Hong Kong in 2013 has been granted refugee status in Canada. 
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Why campaigns matter, and can ruin pollster's prognostications

“Political insiders know that large portions of the electorate are moveable; they just need a reason to be moved.” Former MP and MLA Brent Rathgeber on the importance of campaigns, and why they can be game changers.
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Family that helped Snowden now in Canada

Vanessa Rodel, who sheltered whistleblower Edward Snowden when he was on the run in Hong Kong, describes what it's like to be in Canada, while knowing others who also risked their lives to help him are still in Hong Kong.
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Olivia & Mina travel to Montreal and meet up with a familiar face

Meanwhile, Lilly & Adam stay behind to search for a new expert witness. Watch now.

Trudeau rejected Wilson-Raybould's conservative pick for high court, CP sources say

Jody Wilson-Raybould recommended in 2017 that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau nominate a conservative Manitoba judge to be chief justice of the Supreme Court, even though he wasn't a sitting member of the top court and had been a vocal critic of its activism on Charter of Rights issues, The Canadian Press has learned.
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'Scott should not have died': Inquest begins into fatal Radiohead stage collapse

Drum technician Scott Johnson died on stage when the roof came "crashing down quickly and without warning," a coroner's chief counsel testifies at the inquest into the stage collapse before a Radiohead concert in Toronto nearly seven years ago.
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Olivia & Mina travel to Montreal and meet up with a familiar face

Meanwhile, Lilly & Adam stay behind to search for a new expert witness. Watch now.
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Advocate says UCP plan to revert to old gay-straight alliance rules an attack

Schools under a United Conservative government would operate under rules for gay-straight alliances that were developed before the NDP came to power, says UCP Leader Jason Kenney.
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Power & Politics March 25: Pressure on Trudeau over SNC-Lavalin continues

Ethics MPs look ahead to tomorrow's meeting on SNC-Lavalin. Plus: the impact of the Mueller report on Trump's presidency, and an Alberta panel weighs in on the latest campaign issues.

Jays manager Montoyo reminisces on Expos connection in return to Montreal

Charlie Montoyo was a 27-year-old infielder still trying to carve out a major league career the last time he stepped on the field at Montreal's Olympic Stadium. Montoyo returned to Montreal Monday as his team opened a two-game exhibition series against the Milwaukee Brewers.
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CBC Calgary News March 25, 2019

Current and comprehensive news stories from around Calgary and Southern Alberta
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MacEwan Griffins end championship season with touching tribute to former player

In a season where the MacEwan Griffins men's hockey team lost a player after he suffered a heart attack, they ended it with a touching tribute.
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CBC Saskatchewan News March 25, 2019

Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina
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Filmmaker revisits 1997 film on Vancouver's fabulous neon sign era

When you think of cities filled with neon signs, Las Vegas probably comes to mind. But at one time, Vancouver was known as the "Neon Capital of Canada." 

RCMP not investigating Winnipeg cannabis producer that sold unauthorized weed

A Winnipeg cannabis producer left reeling after it sold illegal product will face no criminal charges from the RCMP. Instead, Bonify is left with a new challenge as a former executive stripped of his job after the unauthorized product was discovered is suing the company for wrongful dismissal.
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CBC Edmonton News March 25, 2019

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