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Tuesday, March 26, 2019: Donna Grantis, Henry D'Arthenay and more

Today on q: jazz pianist Oliver Jones, guitarist Donna Grantis, La Vida Bohème vocalist Henry D'Arthenay, Billie Eilish performance.

Ottawa: 10 emerging acts to watch

From Deen Squad to Trails to Seiiizmikk, we present a list of reasons to see some live music.
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Montreal man 'seeking justice' over STM inspectors' use of force in Metro

Juliano Gray, 21, came forward Tuesday to identify himself as the man held down and struck with batons by STM inspectors in a recent incident at Villa-Maria Metro station, saying the trauma has left him unable to work.
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Sentencing for OPP constable delayed after 'loss of confidence' in lawyer

Const. Lauren Cheeseman pleaded guilty to mischief endangering life in January 2019.
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Musicians of the Midnight Sun: Johnny Landry

When he was six years old, Landry's family moved to Fort Providence, N.W.T., where he heard traditional fiddle music and popular country music of the time. For decades, he has been writing and performing music in the Dene Zhatié language.
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Manitoba orders training for rookie truckers

Manitoba truckers must soon have at least 121.5 hours of training to their credit before hitting the highways, Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler announced Tuesday.
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Entrepreneur transforms Anglican church in Chapleau into community hub

As church congregations continue to dwindle across northern Ontario, the question of what to do with old church buildings is a growing concern.
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As ethics committee meets on SNC-Lavalin, Trudeau insists Liberal team 'more united than ever'

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is downplaying the split in the Liberal caucus over the SNC-Lavalin affair, insisting his team is strong and united. Conservative MPs will comment on the SNC-Lavalin matter at 12:30 p.m. ET and CBCNews.ca is carrying it live.
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Maker of OxyContin reaches $270M US settlement in Oklahoma

OxyContin maker and the Sackler family that owns the company have reached a $270 million US settlement with the state of Oklahoma over the prescription painkiller's role in the deadly opioid crisis.
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BC Ferries ship runs into dock at Langdale terminal

No injuries have been reported, but service between Horseshoe Bay and Langdale has been suspended. The next expected sailing from Langdale is at 6:40 p.m. PT.
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A moving tale about the importance of following your heart

A musical about a boy who defies expectations is coming to Theatre Calgary April 9 – May 12
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Man arrested in 'very violent' abduction of Wanzhen Lu, who's still missing

A 35-year-old man from Toronto has been arrested in the abduction Saturday of student Wanzhen Lu, but Lu still has not been found, police say.

What to expect your first time at Osheaga

CBC illustrator Ben Shannon had never been to Osheaga before, so we sent him last year. This comic is what happened.

Sara Mishara's cinematography is so arresting that she's competing against herself at the CSAs

One of Canadian cinema's greatest assets is finally getting the credit she deserves for her stunning and impressively varied work.

Some young Brits are calling for a new Brexit vote. Others argue it's undemocratic

British MPs have voted to take control of the Brexit process, prompting speculation that Prime Minister Theresa May could soon name her own departure date. We explore the latest twist in the Brexit saga, and ask how young voters are feeling.

Canada Reads 2019 Day Two: Watch the replay

Only four books remain in contention in the annual battle of the books!
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Teen pedestrian killed in Coquitlam crash, coroner confirms

Police say one person has died after a three-vehicle collision involving three pedestrians in Coquitlam.

Infertility has never been so funny

Screenwriter Wendy Litner found a powerful coping mechanism in humour while she struggled with infertility treatments, drawing from her experience for her webseries How To Buy A Baby, which recently received Canadian Screen Award nominations!

Some young Brits are calling for a new Brexit vote. Others argue it's undemocratic

British MPs have voted to take control of the Brexit process, prompting speculation that Prime Minister Theresa May could soon name her own departure date. We explore the latest twist in the Brexit saga, and ask how young voters are feeling.
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Peel Regional Police seize weapons, $1.2M in drugs and cash in Project Baron

Peel Regional Police seized more than $1.2 million worth of drugs and cash, along with 26 firearms and hundreds of rounds of ammunition as part of a three-month investigation targeting what the force is calling a drug-trafficking ring.
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Canada Reads 2019 - Day Two

One has fallen! Join host Ali Hassan as five celebrated Canadians enter the ring with their books. This year's theme is One Book to Move You. Which title will be voted off the bookshelf next?
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Ottawa announces $150M for flood mitigation across GTA

The federal government on Tuesday pledged $150 million for four flooding and storm mitigation projects in Toronto and York Region, after a summer in which residents across the GTA endured water-filled basements and power outages following intense rainstorms.
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Kim's Convenience star Andrew Phung takes the news quiz

Comedian Alice Moran & ex-lexicographer Tom Howell also guest on the latest episode.

As ethics committee meets on SNC-Lavalin, Trudeau insists Liberal team 'more united than ever'

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is downplaying the split in the Liberal caucus over the SNC-Lavalin affair, insisting his team is strong and united.
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Pregnant girlfriend of missing Kentville, N.S., man pleads for his return

Katrena Schofield is worried she may never see her boyfriend alive again. Joshawa Bentley, with whom she is expecting a baby this summer, vanished Saturday night in Kentville. Police and others are searching for him.