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No Comic Con in Winnipeg this year, organizer says

Latex suits and colourful capes will have to stay in the closet this year: the organizer of Winnipeg's Comic Con says the event will not go on this fall.
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Ticked off: Keep your pets away from tiny tick torment

It used to be summer was when people really started thinking about ticks and how to prevent their dogs from being bitten, but now that is changing.
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Riding lawnmower collision leaves one with life-threatening injuries

One woman has life-threatening injuries after a collision between her riding lawnmower and a car.
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Now the true test begins: Canada prepares for Sweden at mixed doubles worlds

Canada's Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant have disposed of their opponents in dominating fashion at the world mixed doubles curling championships in Stavanger, Norway. But now the real competition begins for the Canadians, who take on powerhouse Sweden Tuesday afternoon.
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Charter challenge of Canada's prostitution laws resumes today

Lawyers will present their closing arguments today and tomorrow in a Kitchener, Ont., court in the first test case of whether Canada's prostitution laws violate the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.  
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National day of mourning in Sri Lanka after Sunday's bombings

An estimated 100-thousand Sri Lankans live in Canada, most of them in the GTA. Many are thinking about the possible reaction to Sunday's bombings that killed over 300 people and injured hundreds of others. Human rights researcher Dharsha Jegatheeswaran fears reprisals for the attacks will be directed against the country's Muslims.
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Northern Art Market - online market featuring works by northern Ontario artists

Northern Ontario artisan Caroline Parnell-Barry wants to help other artists across the region sell their wares more easily. She created northernartmarket.com for artists to sell online. She told us more about the site and what pushed her to create it.

The royal romance: Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip

Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh were married in 1947. Here's a look at love that's stood the test of time.
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This year's mixed doubles curling championships are an experiment in trial and error, here's why

The Canadian duo of Jocelyn Peterman and Brett Gallant are cruising along so far at the 2019 mixed doubles world curling championship. In fact, their first three games have resulted in somewhat laughable results, but that's what happens where there's a 48-team field with multiple first-timers.
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New commemorative loonie marking 'progress' for LGBTQ people to be unveiled

The Royal Canadian Mint is unveiling a new commemorative loonie on Tuesday meant to mark what it calls a key milestone for lesbian, gay, transgender, queer and two-spirited people in the country.

Here are the latest flood-related road closures and detours

Rising waters have closed or reduced the capacity of several streets and roadways in the Ottawa-Gatineau area.
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Keeping your grocery bill down

The latest inflation data shows the cost of food is driving up the cost of living in this country. We find out what's behind the spike in food prices and what you can do to keep your grocery bill down.
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Spring melt means the worst flooding could be yet to come

Officials keeping a close eye on the Ottawa River are warning more water could be on the way due to the melting snowpack
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Jagmeet Singh, Quebec flooding, Migrant letters

Today on The Current: NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh discusses his new book, in which he says he was sexually abused as a child; plus, we look at the flooding in Quebec and why it's a problem that will only get worse for the whole country; and we hear how letters from migrants shed light on the 'intolerable' conditions inside U.S. detention centres.
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Pastor organizing a memorial to mark one year since the Yonge Street can attack

One year later, we go back to Olive Square Park, where the Yonge Street van attack began. Pastor Sean Huh was there to talk about how he plans to mark the tragic events that changed his community forever.
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April 21: How to die with cancer with Dawn Custode

How would you live your life if you knew you had less than a month left? We talk to a woman with stage four cancer about the decisions she has made.
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Aroland First Nation man, 21, charged with 1st degree murder after altercation at powwow grounds

Police in Greenstone have charged Brady Gagnon, a 21-year-old man from Aroland First Nation, with first degree murder after receiving a a complaint about an altercation at the powwow grounds in the community early Friday morning.

Tuesday, April 23, 2019: Dionne Brand, Tim Baker and more

Today on q: poet Dionne Brand, singer-songwriter Tim Baker, photographer David McMillan, poet José Olivarez, author Margaret Atwood.
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Finance minister celebrates progress of LGBTQ2 Canadians LIVE

Bill Morneau speaks at a coin unveiling event hosted by the Royal Canadian Mint, in recognition of the progress made in the journey to equal rights for LGBTQ2 Canadians and takes questions
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Searching for buried bodies - the diviner way

They are called grave diviners... People who can find bodies buried in the ground much the same way water diviners do. The CBC's Erik White met up with Steve Fulton, the president of the Ontario Genealogical Society, who also happens to be a grave diviner, for a demonstration.
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Trump accepts Queen's invitation for state visit in June

U.S. President Donald Trump will pay a state visit to Britain in June as a guest of Queen Elizabeth II, Buckingham Palace said Tuesday.
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Podcast: How mistrust and fear make fighting Ebola more difficult

An Ebola outbreak in Congo has killed more than 800 people, and angry locals have attacked aid workers. Canadian doctor Vinh-Kim Nguyen tells us what he saw on an aid mission to the region.
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How mistrust and fear make fighting Ebola more difficult

An Ebola outbreak in Congo has killed more than 800 people, and angry locals have attacked aid workers. Canadian doctor Vinh-Kim Nguyen tells us what he saw on an aid mission to the region.