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Last Canadian veteran of deadly WW II raid dies at age 95

Canada's last veteran of a deadly World War II bombing raid has died at age 95.
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Edmonton's controversial calcium chloride program to continue, council decides

The city will continue piloting an anti-icing agent on Edmonton streets despite the gaining controversy over the issue.
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B.C. files final argument to NEB against Trans Mountain Pipeline

The Government of British Columbia has filed its final argument in the National Energy Board's (NEB) reconsideration of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project
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25 works of fiction from around the world to look for in spring 2019

A new year means new books! Here's a list of the 25 highly anticipated works of fiction from writers outside of Canada.
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Embracing traditional and cultural eating

Revamped Canada's Food Guide recommends embracing cultural, traditional foods.

Late Jays great Roy Halladay elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

Former Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Roy Halladay has been elected to baseball's Hall of Fame.
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Christine Sinclair moves closer to history with 178th international goal

Captain Christine Sinclair, chasing history, scored the 178th goal of her international career Tuesday to give the Canadian women's soccer team a 1-0 win over Norway in its first full international of 2019.
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Christine Sinclair is just 7 goals away from making history

The Canadian soccer star scored her 178th international goal, putting her one step closer to Abby Wambach's 184-goal record.
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Two Quebec filmmakers receive first-ever Academy Award nominations

Jeremy Comte's Fauve and Marianne Farley's Marguerite are competing against each other for the Oscar for best short live action film.

Ottawa police investigate Vanier shooting

Ottawa police are investigating a shooting in Vanier that has sent one person to hospital.
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Registered dietician weighs in on new food guide

Andrea Docherty explains what the new guide means for people.
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Edmonton News Update

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New food guide 'allows people to take pride in their own food and their own culture': dietitian

Canada's new food guide has specific sections recommending cultural and traditional foods.
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In an attempt to impress his father, Andy adds a new exhibit featuring Canadian icon Fred Penner

In an attempt to impress his father, Andy adds a new exhibit featuring Canadian icon Fred Penner
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CBC Calgary News January 22, 2019

Current and comprehensive news stories from around Calgary and Southern Alberta
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CBC Edmonton News January 22, 2019

Stories that matter and analysis to make sense of what's happening

'It sounded like gunshots': 2 dead in Collingwood, OPP investigating

Provincial police say they are investigating the deaths of two people in Collingwood, Ont.
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CBC Northbeat January 22, 2019

Every weeknight, we take the pulse of the North and reflect its diversity

'Logistics in the real world': school bus officials sound off on seatbelts

In Windsor-Essex, school bus officials said while student safety is their top priority, it’s not as simple as it sounds.

Why did Pride Toronto let police reapply to join the march? Funding was one reason, document shows

Funding was one of the factors that contributed to Pride Toronto's decision to revisit its ban on police participation in the city's annual parade, according to a confidential document sent by the organization to its members.
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CBC Vancouver News at 6

CBC Vancouver News team gets the story beyond the headlines.
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Vancouver News Update

News Update from CBC Vancouver
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The team at the motel hatches a plan to impress an influential travel blogger

The team at the motel hatches a plan to impress an influential travel blogger
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Power & Politics Jan. 22: Former U.S. diplomat on Huawei case, B.C.'s explosive spending scandal

The U-S confirms it will seek Meng Wanzhou's extradition from Canada. Former state department official Michael Fuchs weighs in. Plus, special adviser to the B.C. Speaker of the House Alan Mullen discusses that explosive spending scandal report.
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Here & Now: Baby bust and brain drain; Labrador ferry unveiled

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