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Oilsands giant backs call for production cuts

The head of one of the country's largest oilsands producers says Canada's oil price woes are reaching an "emergency situation," and on Wednesday saw his company's call for production cuts echoed by a competitor.
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Ontario NDP calls for investigation into sexual misconduct allegation against Vic Fedeli

There has been swift reaction to former Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown's new tell-all memoir, including a call for an investigation into an allegation of sexual misconduct against Vic Fedeli, and the removal of the finance minister from cabinet until that investigation is finished.
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Anna Gasser is 1st woman to land cab triple cork

The Olympic Big Air champion landed the jump on her first attempt at the Stubai Glacier in Austria on Tuesday.
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'Less talking, more sliming!' Gerry is breaking bad

'Less talking, more sliming!' Gerry is breaking bad

Michael Avenatti arrested on domestic violence charge

Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for porn actress Stormy Daniels who skyrocketed to fame as a chief critic of U.S. President Donald Trump, was taken into police custody in Los Angeles on Wednesday following an allegation of domestic violence, officials said.
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Vancouver council approves launching a city-wide plan

The City of Vancouver looks set to embark on its first city-wide plan in nearly a century, which could result in the mass rezoning of large parts of the municipality, following extensive public consultation.
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Parkdale residents told to keep water running to prevent pipes freezing due to project delays

Residents in Parkdale are being told to continuously run their water as long as temperatures are below 0 C after delays to the water-pipe improvement project mean temporary pipes are still above ground.

'You know what? I got this,' says double-amputee who ran NYC Marathon

A runner who lost both of his feet to frostbite while mourning the death of his beloved cousin seven years ago has completed his first-ever marathon.
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'You know what? I got this,' says double-amputee who ran NYC Marathon

A runner who lost both of his feet to frostbite while mourning the death of his beloved cousin seven years ago has completed his first-ever marathon.
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Commercial trucks banned from left lane on part of Coquihalla in new safety project

All commercial vehicles are restricted to the centre and right lanes on Snowshed Hill between Box Canyon and Zopkios beginning this week.
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Pair charged in youth court with 2nd-degree murder of 17-year-old from Nuns' Island

A boy and a girl, both 17, appeared in youth court in Montreal this afternoon to be charged in connection with the stabbing death of another 17-year-old on Nuns' Island earlier this week. The Crown is requesting they be tried as adults.
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Grieving Inuit families blame racism of health-care workers for deaths of loved ones

Inuit testifying at Quebec's inquiry into how Indigenous people are treated by Quebec's public servants have told Commissioner Jacques Viens heart-wrenching stories of ignored pleas for help and delayed service. The commission is visiting Nunavik for the first time since hearings began nearly two years ago.
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Curtis Sagmoen denied bail

A provincial court judge in Vernon, B.C., has denied Curtis Sagmoen's bail application.
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Who will serve on Hamilton's police board? Diverse communities rallying to fill vacancy

Hamilton's minority groups are rallying to fill a vacancy on the police services board in the hopes of getting a new board that's adept at handling race issues.
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O'Leary taking Elections Canada to court | Power Panel

Amanda, Chris, Tim and Kathleen discuss Kevin O'Leary's claim that campaign fundraising rules infringe upon his Charter rights.
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'I wish we had known': Peter MacKay defends record over transfer of child killers to healing lodges

Two former top Tory cabinet ministers said Wednesday they simply didn't know so many child killers had been transferred to Indigenous healing lodges to serve out their sentences — even though some of those transferred happened on their watch while in government.
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Green MLA questions purpose of new UPEI residence

Green Party MLA Hannah Bell says the 260-bed residence announced last week for UPEI sounds more like an infrastructure project for the Canada Games than a plan to provide affordable housing for students.

'Once in a lifetime' chance at Marie Antoinette's jewels has buyers laying down millions

A large, drop-shaped natural pearl pendant sold for a hammer price of $42 million at an auction of jewelry that once belonged to French Queen Marie Antoinette, which Sotheby's is calling a record price for a pearl at auction.

Police investigate alleged sexual assault involving students at St. Michael's College

Toronto police say they're investigating an alleged sexual assault incident involving students at St. Michael's College, and the school said in a statement Wednesday it has taken action, including expelling some of the students involved.
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CBC Saskatchewan News November 14, 2018

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Aide who drew Melania Trump's ire is out of her job

White House deputy national security adviser Mira Ricardel was forced out of her job on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump's wife, Melania, said Ricardel did not deserve the honour of working for her husband.

'I was appalled': More than $7K stolen from passengers' bank accounts in taxi debit fraud

Two men have told CBC Toronto they've lost a combined total of $7,600 to a debit card scam run by local taxi drivers.
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