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CBC Montreal News December 16, 2018

The CBC Montreal News team brings you up-to-date with today's top stories
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Boeser, Pettersson team up to help Canucks take down Oilers

Brock Boeser put up a trio of power-play points to lead the Vancouver Canucks to a 4-2 win over the Edmonton Oilers on Sunday.
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Jets power past Lightning in OT for 5th straight win

The Winnipeg Jets defeated the league-leading Tampa Bay Lightning 5-4 on Sunday. It was Winnipeg's third straight overtime victory (22-9-2) and extended their win streak to a season-high five games.
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Short-handed Raptors go cold late, fall to West-leading Nuggets

Nikola Jokic scored 26 points, Jamal Murray had 15 of his 19 in the fourth quarter and the banged-up Denver Nuggets rallied past the equally banged-up Toronto Raptors 95-86 on Sunday night in a contest between conference leaders.

New rules for abandoned property owners in Surrey result in fewer fires

A city policy in Surrey, B.C., has drastically reduced the number of fires in abandoned buildings.
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The National for December 16, 2018

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News

Victims of Strasbourg Christmas market attack honoured as death toll rises to 5

The hour-long ceremony took place in Kleber Square, not far from where a gunman opened fire on Tuesday evening. Strasbourg Mayor Roland Ries praised the city's resilience in the face of hardship.

Merritt, B.C. man returns to public lake for first time since Supreme Court ruling

Gwen Finnigan was only two-and-a-half years old when she became the impromptu poster child for the campaign to gain access to Stoney and Minnie fishing lakes.
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CBC Montreal News December 16, 2018

The CBC Montreal News team brings you up-to-date with today's top stories
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CBC Toronto News December 16, 2018

Keep up-to-date on developing stories in the Greater Toronto region weeknights immediately following The National.

Sheila Malcolmson acclaimed as NDP candidate, setting race for key Nanaimo byelection

All three provincial parties have selected candidates with name recognition for the upcoming vote in the Vancouver Island riding.

Baffinland says worker dead after single-vehicle accident at Mary River site

Baffinland Iron Mines says a worker has died after a single-vehicle accident at the Mary River mine site.
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Canadians Murray, Lyles lead Nuggets' sweep of Raptors

Denver defeated Toronto 95-86 on Sunday night in Colorado to sweep the season series and hand Toronto back-to-back losses to end their road trip.
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Flames torch Blues as Gaudreau, Quine each score twice

Johnny Gaudreau and Alan Quine each scored twice, and the Calgary Flames beat the St. Louis Blues 7-2 on Sunday. The Flames have won eight of nine and lead the Western Conference with 46 points.
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Game Wrap: Jets soar past Bolts, win 3rd straight in OT

Mark Scheifele's 3rd overtime-winner of the season was the difference as Winnipeg took down Tampa Bay 5-4 in overtime on Sunday night in Winnipeg.

Blackhawks goalie Crawford suffers concussion in loss to Sharks

Chicago Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford will be sidelined again with a concussion. Crawford left Sunday's 7-3 loss to the San Jose Sharks with 1:30 left in the first period after the back of his head struck the right post during a goalmouth pileup.

Projet Montréal wins RDP–PAT mayoral race as Ensemble Montréal retains Saint-Michel city council seat

Projet Montréal has picked up a borough mayor in the byelection to replace two politicians elected to the National Assembly.

Calgary councillors, plus the mayor, film videos promoting pro-pipeline rally

It's not often all 14 members of Calgary's city council, plus the mayor, agree on something. But Coun. Ward Sutherland said he and his colleagues have found common ground, spending part of their office budgets on a pro-pipeline rally and filming videos to promote the same message.

Regina police chief says Indigenous relations have 'come a long way' in Saskatchewan

Two decades ago, Saskatchewan's police services came under fire for bias and discrimination against Indigenous people. Sunday on Checkup, he reflected on what's changed — and what needs to be done.

Regina police chief says Indigenous relations have 'come a long way' in Saskatchewan

Two decades ago, Saskatchewan's police services came under fire for bias and discrimination against Indigenous people. Sunday on Checkup, he reflected on what's changed — and what needs to be done.

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Born with only 2% of his brain, this boy defied the odds & grew it back

Even before Noah was born, doctors didn’t think he’d survive. Four years later, he’s thriving. And doctors are amazed at how he & his brain pulled through. Watch now.

Vancouver mayor warns illegal pot shops to legalize or 'move along'

Vancouver's mayor says he's giving the city's 28 illegal cannabis dispensaries time to transition to after the B.C. Supreme Court ordered them to cease operations on Friday.
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CBC Atlantic Tonight December 16, 2018

A comprehensive round-up of the day's news from throughout Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Brighter than Rudolph's nose — 'Christmas comet' zooms near Earth this month

On Saturday, stargazers gathered at Ambrose University in southwest Calgary to catch a glimpse of comet 46P/Wirtanen (named after Carl Wirtanen who discovered it in 1948).