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Smoky Stone Fruit and Bourbon BBQ Ribs: Sweet, fall-off-the-bone ribs for all your summertime needs

Smoky Stone Fruit and Bourbon BBQ Ribs: Sweet, fall-off-the-bone ribs for all your summertime needs

14 stylish swimwear picks for men this summer

From swim trunks to shorts... and a speedo or two too!

'It wasn't fear-mongering': Doctor speaks out following leaked memo on capacity at St Boniface hospital ER

The ER doctor who flagged concerns about the capacity at St. Boniface hospital's emergency department is speaking out, saying the health authority is downplaying the severity of the situation.
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Manitoba News Update

News Update from CBC Winnipeg

Bruce Cockburn says Canadians need to face up to their country's treatment of Indigenous people

Amidst the fallout from the MMIWG inquiry, Bruce Cockburn says genocide is a fair word to use to describe Canada's relationship with Indigenous people.

Israeli PM's wife sentenced to pay roughly $15,000 US for misusing state funds

On Sunday, A Jerusalem magistrate court accepted the plea bargain Sara Netanyahu, the wife of Israel's prime minister, signed with prosecutors . She has has been sentenced to pay a fine of roughly $15,000 for misusing state funds.

Want your kid to love playing sports? Try letting them quit

Growing up, David McGlynn was a very strong swimmer, working his way up to train with future Olympians. But his talent eventually topped out, ending his career. As an adult, David encountered that drive to be exceptional from another vantage point: his son's. He talks about the challenge of grappling with his child's basketball prowess – and its ultimate plateau.

Quebec passes bill to reform immigration system after government invokes closure

After a 19-hour marathon session, members of Quebec's National Assembly have passed legislation that would allow the government to cancel roughly 18,000 immigration applications.

Why a near-perfect memory can be both a blessing and a curse

Markie Pasternak has Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory (HSAM) and remembers almost everyday of her life.

Crowds march in Hong Kong, increasing the pressure on to get rid of extradition bill

Tens of thousands of people flooded the streets of Hong Kong to again protest against proposed legislation that has increased fears of expanding control from Beijing.
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Montreal News Update

News Update from CBC Montreal

Richard Haass on how Donald Trump has disrupted U.S. foreign policy

Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, explains the implications of U.S. President Donald Trump's foreign policy approach for the international order — and for allies like Canada.

Canada knock off France, advance to Cup semifinals at Biarritz 7s

Canada's women's rugby sevens team have moved on to the Cup semifinals after scoring a 12-5 win over the host French on Sunday in Biarritz, France.
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Remembering Indigenous advocate Sandra Lockhart

Sandra Lockhart is remembered by friends as a vocal advocate for Indigenous rights, as a mother, elder, friend and mentor. Lockhart died this week.
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It's unanimous: MHAs want each other to be better behaved

Questions and answers — a timeless and perfect pairing. But at the House of Assembly, Qs and As don’t always match up.
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CBC News for IoT Video Platforms

CBC News for IoT Video Platforms

Families of children with autism under 'severe stress': Report

Families of children with autism are under "severe stress" as they juggle advocating for their children, arranging treatment and tending to their own busy lives, according to a new study by the Laurier Autism Research Consortium in Waterloo, Ont.

Israeli PM's wife sentenced for misusing state funds

The wife of Israel's prime minister has been sentenced to pay a fine of roughly $15,000 for misusing state funds.
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Calgary News Update

News Update from CBC Calgary
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'I cannot fail': A former inmate and recovering addict on his hopes and fears as he leaves prison

After completing a nine-month sentence for crimes he committed to fuel his drug addiction and participating in a long-term addictions recovery program, Jason Walmsley was released from Headingley Correctional Centre in May.
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5 cool and quirky things about lupins on P.E.I.

P.E.I. will soon be dotted with bursts of pink and purple in fields and along roadsides and ditches.
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5 things you need to know about the Akaitcho agreement-in-principle

For the past 19 years, Fred Sangris, Robert Sayine and Archie Catholique have been hammering out a land-claim agreement with the Canadian government. Now, they say they are reaching the end of this road.
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Escuminac disaster survivor remembers fateful day 60 years ago

Aldore McIntyre had just turned 17 when he went out on a fishing boat with his father and younger brother the day in 1959 a hurricane devastated the small port of Escuminac, N.B. The McIntyres survived, but 35 people died.
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Edmonton News Update

News Update from CBC Edmonton
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Four people in police custody after woman stabbed early Sunday morning

Police are investigating a couple of disturbances on Kempt Road early Sunday morning after a 25-year-old woman was stabbed.