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Hockey Night in Canada on CBC: Stanley Cup Playoffs - San Jose at St. Louis - Game 6

Watch the live stream of Hockey Night in Canada playoffs as the San Jose Sharks visit the St. Louis Blues at 8:00 p.m. ET.
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Calgary Transit testing smartphone ticket app

Calgary Transit is trying out a new app that will let riders buy and validate their fares using a smartphone.
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Arrest warrant issued for suspect in stabbing investigation

Windsor police are looking for a 22-year-old male wanted for a stabbing.
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Northern Alberta wildfire ranked at highest danger level, conditions expected to worsen

An out-of-control wildfire burning near a town in northwestern Alberta is rated at the highest possible danger level, and the dry, windy weather means the danger is expected to increase this week, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says.

'A no-brainer': Why reporter Mark Bowden revisited crime case that haunted him for decades

Mark Bowden was a young reporter when two young sisters were abducted from a mall in 1975, and never found. Forty years later, police found a suspect that had been under their noses the whole time — and Bowden returned to the crime for his new book The Last Stone.

'A no-brainer': Why reporter Mark Bowden revisited crime case that haunted him for decades

Mark Bowden was a young reporter when two young sisters were abducted from a mall in 1975, and never found. Forty years later, police found a suspect that had been under their noses the whole time — and Bowden returned to the crime for his new book The Last Stone.
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Edmonton News Update

News Update from CBC Edmonton
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Police investigate alleged poaching of 300-year-old cedar

The old-growth tree was one of two officials say were poached from land that was about to become a park.
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Ghost bike marks scene of city's latest fatal crash

Two Ottawa city councillors have chained a white-painted "ghost bike" to a railing outside City Hall to mark the scene of last week's fatal hit and run, the latest in a list they say is growing far too long.
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Trudeau government unveils plans for digital overhaul

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government set the stage Tuesday for an overhaul of Canada's laws governing the internet and digital privacy.
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Ford offers provincial funds for municipalities, school boards to review budgets

The Ford government has announced a $7.35 million dollar fund to help municipalities and school boards review their budgets. Ontario's municipalities have said they may be forced to raise taxes or cut services due to provincial government cuts that will likely equal well over half a billion dollars in lost annual funding and foregone revenue.
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How to know if you have measles, and what to do if you get it

Cases of measles across Canada have prompted the P.E.I. Public Health Office to warn people to be on the lookout for it on the Island.

The fight for sobriety behind bars: 4 inmates share their story

They've spent close to a lifetime drugging up the demons that haunt them — and committing countless crimes to pay for those drugs. But four inmates at a provincial jail say a unique treatment program is helping them slay those demons and preventing more crimes.
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What inspired Mark Little to create 'Gary and His Demons'?

From Sailor Moon to the Matrix, Mark Little takes inspiration these pop culture icons.
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1919 strike witness Mary Jordan

Mary Jordan describes the night Winnipeg General Strike leader George Armstrong's home was raided in 1919.
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Out in the cold: How did a N.W.T man end up dead in his tent?

Emmanuel Vachon was found dead in his tent on the morning of Nov. 7, 2018, just on the outskirts of Fort Providence, N.W.T. He had been living there for months, even though police, social workers and others knew he was there and had a history of mental illness.
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Calgary News Update

News Update from CBC Calgary
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Saskatchewan News Update

News Update from CBC Regina
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60 boats, coast guard, searching for man overboard off P.E.I. North Shore

The Canadian Coast Guard, local fishermen, firefighters and police are searching off the North Shore of eastern P.E.I. for fisherman Jordan Hicken who went overboard.
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The disturbing question of why Canada's done so little to end money laundering: Don Pittis

Despite the latest flurry of money-laundering stories, it's not a new problem. Canada has long had a reputation as haven for illicit cash. Was it just mistake? Or does a failure to crack down imply the country was knowingly profiting?
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Chat with our gardeners on Tuesday May 21 at 12:30 p.m.

Are you ready to have the best garden on your block? Here's how: Ask an expert. Be part of our award-winning live chat with expert gardeners. Also listen to the call-in show with Ontario Today's Ed Lawrence. Call in by dialling 1-888-817-8995 on Monday.

Food insecurity rising in Nunavut since launch of Nutrition North: study

Food insecurity in Nunavut has gotten worse since the introduction of the Nutrition North program in 2011, according to a study published today in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
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Seth bids farewell to his 20-year comic epic Clyde Fans

Clyde Fans, a five-part series about two brothers and their faltering sales business, has been two decades in the making for Guelph, Ont.-based cartoonist Seth.
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Calgary weather set to warm up after chilly May long weekend

If you felt ripped off by the chilly, blustery weather we had for the Victoria Day long weekend in Calgary, at least you can look forward to the next several days.

Ken Pereira, union whistleblower turned conspiracy theorist, joins forces with Maxime Bernier

Ken Pereira will run in the federal election for the People's Party of Canada, the new political party led by Maxime Bernier. He claims the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States were a false flag operation to justify new wars.