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Think millennials are leaving Canada's big cities? Think again, RBC report says

A new report suggests that despite stories of young people being squeezed out of Canada’s biggest cities by high housing costs, more young people are actually moving in — than moving out.
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Taylor Swift reveals her secret: new single and video coming Friday

Taylor Swift says she's releasing a new single and music video called ME! on Friday that's about "embracing your individuality and really celebrating it."
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Prepare for a sloppy morning commute in the GTA

The dreary conditions are set to stick around throughout the day, with between 25 and 40 millimetres of rain possible by this evening.
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Average Sask. household should benefit about $173 from carbon rebate

Canada's budget watchdog agrees with the federal government's claim that Canadians are going to get more from the climate change tax rebate than they are paying in carbon tax.
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Eskasoni high school earns UNESCO affiliation

Getting Schooled on UNESCO. We'll learn about the connection between that United Nations body and the high school in Eskasoni.
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Canadian garbage illegally sent to Philippines in 2013 might be coming back.

With the spotlight on 73 shipping containers of Canadian garbage off-loaded to the Philippines, Former Environmental Commissioner of Ontario Dianne Saxe talks about where our garbage and recycling go.
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Boyz N the Hood director John Singleton in coma after stroke

Boyz N the Hood director John Singleton is in a coma at a Los Angeles hospital eight days after suffering a major stroke, court papers filed Thursday showed.
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Hallie speaks with organizers of one of the largest city-wide book sales at Rideau Park.

The organizers of the Rockliffe Park library sale talks about their greatest finds and the first-edition, that got away.
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Goodale gives flood funding update LIVE

Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Minister Ralph Goodale gives an update on federal support for flood victims.
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Montreal News Update

News Update from CBC Montreal
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Watermain break closes Broadway Ave. west of Highway 61 Friday morning

Drivers in Thunder Bay, Ont., are being asked to use Rosslyn Road as Broadway Avenue from Highway 61 has been closed due to a water main break, according to city officials on Friday morning.
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Does Vladimir Guerrero Jr.'s arrival mean a quicker rise for the Blue Jays?

If all goes according to plan and the Toronto Blue Jays' top prospects fulfill their promise, the team is headed for the playoffs quicker than most believe, according to outfielder Randal Grichuk. But results from our Twitter poll say otherwise.
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"If tears could build a home..." Flood waters taking a toll

A Grand Lake family was getting ready to start over again after losing their home in last year's flood, when this year's flood hit. Now they're back to square one. Mary-Faith Mazerolle says "it's been a trying year".
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Students hope to ban automatic rifles

A class project on P.E.I. is adding voice to the call to ban automatic weapons in Canada. The students who started the petition explain, and we hear from the federal minister responsible for the gun rules.
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Studded tires extended this spring (?) season

You can leave tires on until May 14.
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Operation Lentus underway as military helps with flood

Lieutenant-Colonel Sean French explains Operation Lentus, the military response to this year's flood. He says Op Lentus' objective is "the safety of Canadians".
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The Early Edition

Vancouver Morning Show
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Red Deer teen raising money for Sri Lanka's bombing victims

Prashanthi Rajanikanth was flooded with images of the Sri Lankan bombing attacks when she woke up at 5:30 a.m. on Sunday.
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When the Vancouver Province (literally) turned into a tabloid

To stand out from its competition, the Vancouver Province decided to switch its format in 1983.
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Reporter downstream of Bells Falls Dam.

Authorities have evacuated homes downstream of a dam on the Rouge River as a precaution.
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Sri Lanka bombers have 'no humanity'

Woman whose parents were killed in Sri Lanka's Easter Sunday's blasts mourns, condemns killers
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Respect it so you don't lose it: access to some Sask. tourism spots depends on landowners' say-so

Rural landowners with Saskatchewan wonders on their backyards can sometimes be the gatekeepers to access, with tourism proponents saying their cooperation heightens the need for respect.

Olympic champion Beckie Scott won't take part in WADA's bullying investigation

Olympic cross-country skiing champion Beckie Scott will not participate in the inquiry over her bullying allegations against officials at the World Anti-Doping Agency, insisting WADA's rebooted effort to look into the matter lacks transparency and is "akin to a kangaroo court."

Sri Lankans urged to avoid mosques, churches amid fears of more attacks

Police are looking for 140 people believed to have links with ISIS, which has claimed responsibility for the Easter Sunday suicide bombings of churches and hotels in Sri Lanka, President Maithripala Sirisena said Friday. Muslims are being urged to pray at home and not attend mosques or churches.
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What does P.E.I.'s conservative flip mean for Ottawa? | At Issue

P.E.I.'s election was historic, but perhaps not in the way many were expecting. The Green Party's surge wasn't enough to form government, but the party is now the official opposition. So what does this mean for the greens federally? And what should we make of yet another province voting out its Liberal government?