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Uncompensated WestJet flight delay points to lax air passenger rights, advocate says

A Halifax grandmother who missed a connecting flight home because her first plane was delayed by a bird strike says she was stranded in Toronto overnight without a credit card and without any compensation for a hotel or transportation from the airline.

'The bad thing is staring us in the face': Data on controversial forfeiture program alarms critics

Last year, the province took in $2.54 million in Canadian and U.S. cash, 221 vehicles and 438 cellphones without having to show its evidence of a connection to crime.

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Water search for missing Sackville man continues in B.C.

A water search continues in British Columbia on Tuesday for a young New Brunswick man, who has been missing for more than a week, say Sunshine Coast RCMP.
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Khashoggi fiancée presses for UN probe into his killing after damning report

The fiancée of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi took her campaign for justice in his killing to the United Nations' top human rights body Tuesday and urged the UN to take "the next step" following a key investigator's finding that Saudi Arabia bears responsibility.
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Police, coroner investigating death of woman found outside North Central home

The death of a woman who was found not breathing outside a North Central home on Tuesday morning is now under investigation.
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RCMP to provide update on Sheree Fertuck homicide

The semi-trailer she hauled gravel with for her family business was found abandoned at the pit near Highway 15 with her coat, keys and cellphone inside. 
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Rachel's Story

Rachel Dromarsky paints the heart-wrenching picture of slowly losing her 38-year-old mother to Alzheimer's and the grief and confusion Rachel felt following her mother's death.
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Masai Ujiri says he's staying with Raptors, hopes to convince Kawhi Leonard to do same

Masai Ujiri calls other teams expressing interest in him a "blessing," but he says he is happy in Toronto, has been able to grow with the Raptors, and his two kids are Canadian.
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Group Mach waives financing condition for Transat takeover, seeks talks with company

The second bidder for the company that owns Air Transat says it no longer seeking help financing the deal from Quebec's provincial government, but says it is looking for an exclusive negotiation window with the company to hammer out a deal.

Toronto rappers roll into small town Alberta in Ming's Dynasty

Ming's Dynasty combines hip-hop with small town living to create a new comedy that's also quintessentially Canadian
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'I don't think we folded': TDSB defends decision to cut $67.8M from budget

The Toronto District School Board is defending its decision to reduce its budget by $67.8 million over two years in the wake of education funding cuts by the Doug Ford government.

Miners discover fossil of 70-million-year-old 'sea monster' in mine near Lethbridge

Some ammonite miners near Lethbridge stumbled across a significant archaeological find: the 70-million-year-old fossil of a mosasaur, the T-Rex of the Deep.
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'One of the true leaders in our game': Brooks Orpik retires from NHL

Brooks Orpik called it a career Tuesday after 15 bruising NHL seasons in which he established himself as a big-hitting, shutdown defenceman and won the Stanley Cup twice.

Photographer Caitlin Cronenberg on celebrity portraits, Drake and her new exhibit, Strange/Beauty

Cronenberg is an award-winning photographer and director who's been published all over the world. A new exhibit of her work called STRANGE/BEAUTY opens tomorrow in Toronto.

Q&A: Author Jacob Tobia says the Pope's position on LGBTQ people is wrong

As Toronto prepares for today's Pride parade, one of the largest in the world, CBC's The Weekly spoke to an author and LGBTQ activist who is critical of faith leaders who deny the rights of trans and queer people.
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Indigenous-language speakers from around the world gather in Victoria for revitalization conference

Let the Languages Live conference brings together 1,000 delegates from 20 countries with the aim of revitalizing Indigenous languages.
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Claire's Story

Highlands student Claire Kalk-Manuel shared the story of her grandmother Hope Manuel, who in the 1960s took a job as a teacher on a floating logging camp in the B.C. wilderness.

NDP says government house leader lied about earplug incident

The NDP is claiming United Conservative House leader Jason Nixon deliberately misled the legislature when he said no one used the earplugs distributed by Premier Jason Kenney during last week’s Bill 9 debate.
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New L3 Wescam headquarters moving more than 1,000 jobs back to Hamilton

L3 Wescam is breaking ground on its new headquarters in Hamilton Tuesday, in a move that will bring over a thousand jobs back to the city.