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Hilary Swank on her new film What They Had and who should get to play transgender roles

Hilary Swank looks back on her career, starting with Boys Don't Cry, and talks about her new film.

Your horoscope for the week ahead: The Sun in Scorpio brings about a cathartic process

Good fortune is in the neighborhood this week.
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Oland House in south-end Halifax hit by small roof fire

A small fire broke out on the roof of the well-known mansion in south-end Halifax as a result of some roofing work being done Monday morning.

Shad returns to q with A Short Story About a War

Shad performs and talks new album

Monkey skulls, snakeskin boots and bear bile: Morbid items fill Heathrow's 'dead shed'

At first glance, it looks as though you've stumbled into the rumpus room of an eccentric uncle: guitars stuck up on the wall and tiny monkey skulls encased in glass. This is Heathrow Airport's "dead shed," a repository for confiscated items that highlights the massive scale of the global illegal wildlife trade.
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Australia formally apologizes to victims of church, institutional sex abuse

Prime Minister Scott Morrison delivered a formal apology Monday to Australia's victims of child sex abuse, saying the nation must acknowledge their long, painful journey and its failure to protect them.
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Who is running for town council in Cornwall

See all the candidates running for council in Cornwall here.

Monday, October 22, 2018: Hilary Swank, Shad, and more

Today on q: actor Hilary Swank, the q Screen Panel, the origin story of auto-tune, Shad performs and talks new album.
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Saving Winnipeg’s urban forest

A triple threat of pests have put the trees in Winnipeg’s urban forest at risk. The city has implemented a pest control program to help ward off the Dutch elm disease, Emerald Ash Borer and jumping tree lice that are decimating the forest.

Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur expected to appear in Toronto court

A man accused of killing eight men with ties to Toronto's gay village is expected to appear in court on Monday.
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It's election day Hamilton! Here's what you need to know

It's time to cast your ballot, Hamilton. Polling stations open today from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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Family fights to finish Sharkwater Extinction

Canadian documentary filmmaker Rob Stewart died during the making of Sharkwater Extinction and his family left their own jobs behind to ensure the film was completed
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How safe is your Uber?

Uber’s ride-hailing service is a popular way to get around, but the Fifth Estate is looking into the company’s track record and why some customers are calling for a better screening process for Uber drivers.
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Is a new downtown arena worth an extra $250 million?

Two radically different plans have been floated. One involves a $101 million rehab of the existing facility on the north side of town. The other involves a roughly $350 million downtown project that includes a complete renovation of the Buckwold Theatre and the Convention Centre.
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Follow the trial of former Canadian gymnastics coach Dave Brubaker

A sexual assault trial involving the former coach of the Canadian national women's gymnastics team begins Monday in Sarnia, Ont. Follow CBC Sports reporter Devin Heroux's live updates from the Dave Brubaker trial.
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Placer miners and mining company in dispute over access to Yukon claims

Kelly Benson and Joe Volf say there weren't told about mining company's plans. John McConnell, the president of the mining company, has trouble believing them.
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State of ski jump facility at Winsport Canada an embarrassment, says city councillor

Take a close look and you'll notice the facility has seen better days.
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A decade of 'torment': Man jailed a 3rd time for harassing B.C. woman

For years, Darren Ross Noddle harassed his former grade school classmate. He showed up at her office unannounced, sent her lewd emails and strange packages, and even filed a lawsuit against her.
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'I feel cheated': Telco customer set to speak on Day 1 of CRTC hearing into misleading sales practices

Over the next five days, the CRTC will hear from consumers, advocacy groups and telecom service providers, all attempting to influence how the regulator ensures Canadians are protected from aggressive and misleading telecom sales.
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Telecom customers at forefront of CRTC hearing | CBC Go Public

The CRTC will listen to frustrated telecom customers during a hearing into aggressive sales practices following a series of investigations by CBC Go Public. Erica Johnson spoke to one of the first people scheduled to testify at the five-day hearing.

Telecom customers at forefront of CRTC hearing | CBC Go Public

The CRTC will listen to frustrated telecom customers during a hearing into aggressive sales practices following a series of investigations by CBC Go Public. Erica Johnson spoke to one of the first people scheduled to testify at the five-day hearing.
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Man drives over Riverside Drive guardrail, boulders stop car from plunging toward river

Police say a man was driving westbound near the corner of Riverside Drive and Crawford Avenue Monday at about 6:10 a.m. when his car went over the guardrail.
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Ex-NFLer Rae Carruth freed after serving 18 years for plotting murder of pregnant woman

Former NFL wide receiver Rae Carruth was released from prison Monday after serving more than 18 years for conspiring to murder the mother of his unborn child.

Homeowners worried about paying down debt as interest rates go up

Many Canadian homeowners are worried about rising interest rates and how they will impact their budget, a new CBC Research survey finds.
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Trump wants to withdraw from nuclear treaty

U.S. President Donald Trump said Sunday he wants to withdraw from the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty because Russia has violated the agreement. Russian President Vladimir Putin says leaving the treaty “would be a very dangerous step."