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How a food allergy led to a bakery that never uses dairy or eggs

When Erin Littlejohn-Myers was growing up in the 1980s, there weren't many options for people with severe allergies.
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Check out Inuit art inside the Canadian High Arctic Research Station

When Canada's top Arctic research centre finally opens its doors to the public in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, visitors will be greeted by Inuit art.

Why sexual hazing may be viewed as a 'rite of passage'

The combination of an all-boys private school with a particular emphasis on sports teams could create the environment for sexualized hazing like what is alleged to have occurred at St. Michael's College School in Toronto.

'Depravity and evil': Crown seeks 25 more years for Dellen Millard at 3rd murder trial

Dellen Millard's final fate is now in the hands of a judge, after his sentencing hearing for shooting his own father, Wayne.
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You can get a lot more than just halibut at this Hamilton fish-and-chips shop

Hammerhead's fish and chips is not limited to haddock or halibut, but sometimes you'll get served up rockfish from B.C. or pickerel from Lake Erie.

Man dies after vehicle collides with plow

Police say the snowplow was heading outbound on Larry Uteck at 6:43 a.m. toward Kearney Lake Road when a vehicle struck it.

Keeping safe from coyotes: Hamilton has tips

After recent attacks on Hamilton dogs, the city has released a series of tips for keeping your pets safe from coyotes.

Why this man is fighting to save old highway pillars, aka Toronto's 'modern Stonehenge'

One person's leftover support pillars are another person's unintentional art project. Meet the man trying to save a piece of a Toronto highway ramp.

Hilltops hoping to make history with fifth-straight Canadian Bowl win

The Saskatoon Hilltops have a chance to win an unprecedented fifth-straight Canadian Bowl in front of their fans on Saturday. A win over the Langley Rams at SMF Field would also cap an undefeated season for the Hilltops.
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'You are not alone': Women in Inuvik start cancer support group

'Something like this would have been so beneficial for me while I was going through my cancer treatments,' said Agnes Pascal-Stewart.
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The secret behind the Western Mustangs' 22-game winning streak

Here's what Western Mustangs coach Greg Marshall says is the secret to his team's 22-game winning streak as it takes on the Saskatchewan Huskies with its eye on the prize of a second consecutive Vanier Cup.
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Tall business owner finds a small niche selling big shoes

Pieds Géants is a shoe store that specializes in big shoes in Repentigny, Quebec. The store sells sizes that start at 14 for men and 11 for women.
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Summerside creates first mountain bike trails

Summerside, P.E.I., is getting its very first mountain and fat-biking trails.

Regina moves toward disbanding city advisory committees

Three years after the City of Regina suspended its advisory committees, it’s on its way to permanently ditching all but one.
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James Simon remembered as 'reluctant hero' of Mi'kmaw treaty rights

James Matthew "Jim" Simon, who was one of the first to have Aboriginal treaty rights recognized by the Supreme Court of Canada, died Thursday. He was 71.
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Canada's first Indigenous-run child-care centre turns 50

The Bkejwanong Children's Centre opened Nov. 17, 1968 on Walpole Island.

More snow expected Saturday, fun events, gas prices

Saturday will have periods of snow ending in the afternoon and then will become mainly cloudy. Look for 2 to 4 centimeters of snow, winds will be west 20 km/h gusting to 40. It will be a high of 1 C.

Shelagh Rogers wins mental health award, honours memory of Labrador Inuk

A CBC host has been recognized for championing mental health issues and she is using the opportunity to pay tribute to a Labrador woman who committed suicide earlier this year.
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(Live at 5:15 pm ET) Behind the Boards | Rostelecom Cup

Join figure skating experts Pj Kwong, Carol Lane and Kurt Browning as they break down what we've seen so far at Grand Prix of Russia.
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Pediatrician loses medical licence after pleading guilty to child porn

Dr. William Vitale, a 74-year-old Halifax pediatrician, has lost his medical licence following a 20-month suspension.
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Public voting open for new City of St. John's bike rack design

The City of St. John's is spending $7,000 on prizes for the selection of a new bike rack design.

Space station supplies launched, 2nd shipment in 2 days

A load of space station supplies rocketed into orbit from Virginia on Saturday, the second shipment in two days.
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(Live at 7:45 am ET) Alpine Skiing World Cup on CBC: Women's Slalom Run 2 - Levi

From Levi Ski Resort in Kittilä, Finland.

Carleton soccer star caps winning week with historic draft selection

Gabriel Bitar, a soccer star and second-year student at Carleton, has been selected first overall in the Canadian Premier League's inaugural university draft.

Ontario PCs gather for convention after a victorious but turbulent year

The first big gathering of Progressive Conservative party members since Doug Ford’s decisive election victory takes place this weekend in Toronto.