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Former Surrey RCMP officer charged in Creep Catchers case sentenced to 4 months

A former RCMP officer targeted in a Creep Catchers video has been handed a four-month conditional sentence.
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Windsor police lay first charge for driving with cannabis in vehicle

Two charges were also issued in Windsor and Sarnia for drivers who were carrying cannabis in their vehicles.

Lockheed Martin selected as preferred designer for Canada's next generation of warships

A group of companies led by multinational defence giant Lockheed Martin has been selected as the preferred designer for Canada's next generation of warships, the Liberal government said Friday.
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Calgary's TD Kids Book Club looks up — way up — while reading Picture the Sky

Children in Alberta met with celebrated plasticine artist Barbara Reid to talk about her book Picture the Sky.
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The Dragons say this is the perfect pitch

A trendy team seeks a Dragon to stock up on their product.

Unreserved heads to Halifax: How are people in this city building bridges between communities?

Halifax, in Mi'kmaw territory, is a city in the throes of decolonization and reconciliation. What tensions are arising? How are people in this city building bridges between communities? Unreserved headed east to find out.

Montreal hospitals practise Code Orange, simulating catastrophe

CBC News got a rare behind-the-scenes look at hospital workers' readiness to respond to a mass casualty situation Thursday. "We learn not just about the things that we're missing, but how we can operate better with what we have," said co-ordinating physician Dr. Brett Burstein.
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Smoking weed at Liberal AGM not 'serious conversation,' Dale Kirby says in harassment report

Report outlines interactions where Kirby and Pam Parsons apparently smoke weed in a parking lot together at the Liberal convention in 2016.
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Harassment trial ends with guilty verdict for Calgary millionaire

Jurors have found Ken Carter, a Calgary millionaire accused of paying more than $800,000 to discredit and harass his ex-girlfriend in a custody battle, guilty on charges of criminal harassment.
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Saskatoon's Remai Modern looks to build on momentum as it celebrates 1st-year success

It's large, impressive, and crossing goals off its anniversary list — leaving Saskatoon wondering if Remai Modern art gallery can maintain, or build, on its momentum.
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Jamal Khashoggi disappearance: How the case has unfolded

Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi writer living in the U.S., disappeared in early October 2018. Here's a look back at the case, which began when the writer walked into the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.​
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Winnipeg sees record-setting advance voter turnout

If advance voting numbers are any indication, Winnipeggers have taken a big interest in the 2018 civic election.
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From 'the profound to the profane,' Carol Off says As It Happens is a show about success

From fist-pumping record breakers to doctors risking their lives in Syria, As It Happens host Carol Off explores what success looks like.
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Walls closing in on Brian Gallant ahead of throne speech

Premier Brian Gallant's Liberal government was running out of options Friday, with People's Alliance Leader Kris Austin signalling that he's unlikely to vote to keep Gallant in power if he gets the chance.
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B.C.'s TD Kids Book Club learns about reconciliation with Speaking Our Truth

Students in Victoria, B.C. meet with Monique Gray Smith to talk about colonialism, reconciliation and allyship.

Listen to past episodes of CBC Music's My Playlist

My Playlist is where some of Canada's biggest names in the music scene share their favourite tracks and how the songs inspired them and led to their own musical style.
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Bad maps mean surprises underneath Dundas St., says downtown project manager

Tearing up Dundas St.'s aging infrastructure has yielded a lot of surprises, according to Jim Yanchula, the city's manager of downtown projects.

All the witches we want to be for Halloween this year

From on-screen sorceresses to the rumoured hex-wielders of history.
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'Mom, I'm in trouble': Grande Prairie woman faces decade in Thai prison

One of two tourists charged with vandalism for spray painting graffiti on an ancient red-brick wall in northern Thailand is from Grande Prairie, Alta.
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TD Kids Book Clubs bring award-nominated kids books to communities across Canada

Young readers in communities across Canada engage with the books nominated for the 2018 TD Canadian Children's Literature Award — and with their creators.

Female artists continue to earn considerably less than male colleagues: report

In all sectors but dance, a "pervasive gender-based income gap" exists, according to the Ontario Arts Council.

Oct. 18, 2018 episode transcript

Full test transcript for October 18th episode

'I think I've done what I said I would do': John Tory defends his record as Toronto's mayor

John Tory defended his record as Toronto's mayor on Thursday, saying he has followed through on key commitments while admitting that not all areas of the city have flourished equally under his leadership.
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Galt's Main Street Bridge closed for filming of Netflix series

​The Main Street Bridge in Galt will be closed Friday so film crews working on a Netflix series can work.
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Montreal's TD Kids Book Club dives into Monique Gray Smith's Speaking Our Truth

Students from two Montreal schools gather to talk about colonialism and what reconciliation looks like for young people.