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SIU clears Guelph officers after suspects in bank robbery crash car, knock out tooth

The SIU has cleared Guelph police officers after a bank robbery suspect was injured in August 2017, and even commended officers for using a 'very minimal amount of force' in the arrests.
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CBC Feed Nova Scotia Day LIVE

Join us for CBC's Feed Nova Scotia Day as we celebrate the season and raise funds and collect food those who need it most. We'll have songs and stories until 8:45 a.m.
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Halifax Morning Show

Halifax Morning Show
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Island Morning

Charlottetown Morning Show
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St John's Morning Show

St John's morning show
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Gas prices are up, ending an 8-week streak of decreases

It was a good run.
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(Live at 4:19 am ET) IBSF World Cup Bobsleigh & Skeleton on CBC: Men's Skeleton (Heat 1) - Winterberg

The 1st heat of Men's Skeleton from the Veltins EisArena Winterberg in Winterberg, Germany.
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China confirms detention of 2 Canadians

China has confirmed it detained two Canadian men, saying they were being held on suspicion of "endangering national security."

'We're back!' Stelco and Local 1005 team up to raise $10K for Food Share Hamilton

For the first time in years, the Hamilton steelmaker was able to match funds raised by the union. Staff hope the donation marks the beginning of a new tradition of Stelco giving.
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Living with infant loss at Christmas

Emily Nicholas's daughter Nora died last March on the day of her birth. Nicholas recently started the Nora Leigh project, to distribute Christmas ornaments in her daughter's memory.
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Certain devices can mitigate the risks of Type 1 diabetes — but only for those who can afford them

Type 1 diabetes is the only chronic, life threatening disease where the dosing decisions of a potentially lethal hormone are left in the hands of the patient alone. There is technology that can catch errors quickly, but the costs fall on patients and their families.

9-year-old girl is first child in Canada to undergo deep brain stimulation for epilepsy

A 9-year-old girl is the first child in Canada to undergo deep brain stimulation for epilepsy after years of suffering up to 150 seizures a day
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Here are 6 recipients of your Ottawa Food Bank donations

It's CBC Ottawa's Project Give on Friday! Every wonder where your generous donations to the Ottawa Food Bank end up?
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Brian Gallant 'close' friends with 2 key members of Francophonie Games committee

Two friends of former Liberal premier Brian Gallant occupy key positions on the organizing committee of the Jeux de la Francophonie — a committee that is rapidly losing the confidence of political leaders over the ballooning costs of the games.
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No Barrhaven or Orléans councillors on transit commission

Ottawa's transit commission this term of council will have no councillors from the growing suburbs of Barrhaven or Orléans, while the west end will be well-represented with four votes at the table.
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Why even the 'worst of the worst' criminals get transferred to medium-security prisons

The revelation that one of Tori Stafford's killers has been transferred to a medium-security prison has sparked significant outrage. But experts say moving prisoners from maximum to medium security, even murderers serving life sentences, is not uncommon.
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Q&A: The case for more Alberta refineries

CBC News speaks with the chair of North West Refining about why Premier Notley's pitch for more refineries makes sense for Alberta and Canada.
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Freezing drizzle on Thursday's agenda

Dress appropriately, the high only reaches –5 C today.
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Inuit children in youth protection left in 'no man's land'

When a child from Nunavik is transferred to a youth protection facility in Montreal, they aren’t assigned a local social worker — meaning there’s no one to look out for them.
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Christmas comes early for atheist family who opposed holiday symbols in the classroom

An atheist family whose child was not allowed to re-enrol in preschool after her parents fought against classroom Christmas and Hanukkah celebrations has been awarded $12,000 by the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.
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A loss mama's Christmas letter

This will be Emily Nicholas's first Christmas since her daughter, Nora Leigh, was born and died on the same day.

How the way we talk about addiction can make it harder for people to recover

Many medical professionals agree that the language around addiction can affect a person's recovery, and there is a push to adopt terms that are less dismissive and more human.
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Sexual assault trial of former Canadian gymnastics coach resumes Thursday

The sexual assault trial of former Canadian women's gymnastics coach Dave Brubaker is set to resume Thursday in Sarnia, Ont. The 55-year-old has pleaded not guilty to sexual assault and invitation to sexual touching.

Pause for new Moncton school disappoints education council chair

The chair of the Anglophone East district education council is voicing disappointment — but not surprise — at the delay of a new school in Moncton's west end.

Turkey train crash leaves 7 dead, dozens injured

A high-speed train hit a railway engine and crashed into a pedestrian overpass at a station in the Turkish capital Ankara on Thursday, killing seven people and injuring 46 others, officials and news reports said.