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U.S. and allies declare military victory, but is it really the end of the ISIS 'caliphate'?

U.S.-backed forces in Syria say they have liberated the last area held by ISIS in eastern Syria, but If the long-standing grievances of Sunni Muslims in both Iraq and Syria countries continue to fester, it's believed the extremists could rise again.

Fairview Mall briefly evacuated after man robbed of $27K-watch, hit with bear spray

Fairview Mall was briefly evacuated Friday when a man was allegedly robbed of his $27000 Breitling watch and hit with bear spray.
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(Live at 9:30 am ET) Cross Country Skiing World Cup on CBC: Women's 10KM Pursuit Free - Quebec

Women's 10km Pursuit Free Cross Country Skiing Finals from the Plains of Abraham in Quebec, QC.

Man dead in early morning crash in North York

A man is dead and another person is injured after two vehicles crashed early Saturday in North York, Toronto police say.
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Canadian rivals Messing, Nguyen inseparable off ice — and on it, too

When the music starts, it's all business for Canadian figure skaters Keegan Messing and Nam Nguyen at the world championships in Saitama, Japan. But the international trip also means lots of downtime spent playing Nintendo Switch and forging a lasting friendship together.
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Tens of thousands in southern Africa need help after cyclone

A second week has begun of efforts to find and help tens of thousands of people after Cyclone Idai devastated parts of southern Africa.

Flawless free skate powers Nathan Chen to gold over Yuzuru Hanyu at worlds

Defending champion Nathan Chen produced a spectacular free skate on Saturday to win the gold medal at the figure skating world championships.
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Watch World Cup cross-country skiing in Quebec

Watch the world's best cross-country skiers compete at the World Cup event in Quebec.

How a regional recreation dream became Campbellton's financial albatross

Campbellton is crumbling under the financial weight of its Memorial Regional Civic Centre, and it’s on the hunt for regional help at a time when funding partners are few and far between.
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Battle in U.S. Congress expected over access to Mueller report on Russia probe

U.S. special counsel Robert Mueller's report is now in the hands of the attorney general, and Democrats are clamouring to see more than just a summary of it.
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Economy named most important issue to Alberta voters, Vote Compass survey says

The economy has ousted accountability as the top issue for Albertans this election, according to a survey of more than 30,000 people across the province.
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Mar. 22, 2019: 2019 World Figure Skating Championships - Ice Dance

The world's best ice dance figure skaters compete in the rhythm dance in Saitama, Japan.
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Watch the 2019 World Figure Skating Championships

Watch the best figure skaters in the world compete at the 2019 World Figure Skating Championships in Saitama, Japan.
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(Live at 9:00 am ET) 2019 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championships on CBC - Semifinal

The semifinal match of Mixed Doubles Curling from Willie O'Ree Place in Fredericton, NB.
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Ice conditions change fast as Yukon's warm spell continues

'You just look at it from day to day, you'll notice a huge change, especially when it's windy and we get these kind of temperatures,' said Barry Blisner of the Whitehorse Fire Department.
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After 2017's devastating floods, Quebec communities face tough questions about building on flood plains

As spring begins, residents and officials in municipalities across Quebec are watching the forecast closely, bracing themselves for possible floods this year and in years to come.
Opinion

Going negative hard and early in a campaign is a dangerous tactic

“What’s the voter to make of this? Notley and the NDP government are all about ‘love, hope and optimism’ but the NDP campaign is heavy on ‘anger, division and fear.’ ” Political columnist Graham Thomson on campaign negativity.
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Privacy: A hole in the virtual medicine cabinet

Researchers hoped health data would be treated as personal and sensitive. They were disappointed to find the sharing going on was really "business as usual."

B.C. doctor denied access to anonymous reviews of his practice

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has denied a doctor's freedom-of-information request to access his colleagues' anonymous reviews of his practice. One expert says the decision undermines provincial laws.

Park rangers in Mozambique stage a grassroots rescue effort following Cyclone Idai

As international aid workers struggle to support survivors of Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, the staff of the Gorongosa National Park are working around the clock to save their neighbours.
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Mozambique reeling from cyclone

Shelby Stapleton, a World Vision aid worker in Mozambique's capital, Maputo, who is helping with aid efforts in the cyclone-stricken area, describes the devastation she has seen on the ground.

Riffed from the Headlines: 03/23/2019

Riffed from the Headlines is our weekly quiz where we choose three riffs linked by one story in the news. Guess the story that links the riffs and you could win a Day 6 tote bag and a personalized note from our very own Brent Bambury.

Cory Doctorow and Tim Maughan imagine dystopian futures that don't feel so futuristic

In their new books, Radicalized and Infinite Detail, they have created near-future dystopias full of controlling technologies, social division and rebellions against elevators, toasters and the internet.

Myspace played a big role in hip-hop history. Now much of that record is gone

This week, social network Myspace admitted that it lost a staggering 12 years' worth of music during a server migration last year. Music journalist Aaron Williams says that's a real loss for people who love hip hop.