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Icelandic trip turns sour after Airbnb broken into, robbed

What started as an amazing journey took a dark turn for a group of Newfoundland travellers who returned to their Airbnb in Reykjavik, Iceland, to find it had been ransacked.

Pride Toronto apologizes for land acknowledgement that 'failed to recognize' Indigenous people

Pride Toronto is apologizing for a land acknowledgement sign displayed over the weekend after hundreds took to Twitter to call out the organization for erasing Indigenous people and failing to properly recognize the origins of the territory on which the festivities took place.
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'He's shooting at us'

Terry Mills recalls the night he was shot at after confronting thieves.
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Edmonton man found guilty of murder for shooting outside northern bar

A judge has rejected an argument of self-defence in convicting an Edmonton man of first-degree murder in the shooting death of another Edmonton man outside a northern Alberta bar.
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Engineering students unveil 10th generation solar car

U of T Engineering's Blue Sky Solar Team unveiled their 10th generation solar car, the Viridian, which they will compete with at a 3,000 km race in Australia later this year.

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Police hunt for suspect after teen girl reportedly sexually assaulted in Aurora

Police in York Region are searching for a suspect after a teen girl was reportedly sexually assaulted while walking on a trail in Aurora.
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Celebrate 10 Years of Free Outdoor Concerts all Summer

Join us weekdays from 12 - 1 p.m. for free live concerts on the CBC Vancouver Outdoor Stage and Plaza located at 700 Hamilton Street.
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Did Premier Ford have any choice but to get rid of French? | The Power Panel

Stockwell Day, Yolande James, and Brad Lavigne give analysis on the news that Dean French, Ontario Premier Doug Ford's former chief of staff, has resigned and will not participate in re-election campaign.
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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 last week: the 70-million-year-old fossil of a mosasaur, the T-Rex of the Deep
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CBC Windsor News June 24, 2019

The stories you care about. The people in our community. The issues that affect our lives
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CBC Montreal News June 24, 2019

The CBC Montreal News team brings you today's newsmakers and stories
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CBC Igalaaq June 24, 2019

Viewers from Nunavut and the Northwest Territories are kept up to date by daily current events and news from the Inuit world

What is the Canadian Music Class Challenge?

Every year, the CBC challenges music educators from across Canada to teach their students a Canadian song from our list.
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'There would be a lot of fallout' if the feds dropped Meng Wanzhou's extradition proceedings | Peter MacKay

Former justice minister Peter MacKay gives his perspective on the letter Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou's lawyers penned to Justice Minister David Lametti.
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Police search Confederation Trail after cyclist reports seeing man with handgun

Charlottetown police spent two hours searching the Confederation Trail Monday afternoon after getting a report from someone who thought they saw a man with a handgun.
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Wing some, lose some: Good news — and bad — for N.L. bird populations

A report released last week about the state of birds in Canada found some wins, and some struggles, in this province.
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Water levels rising in North Saskatchewan River

The Water Security Agency is warning the public of high streams for the North Saskatchewan River.
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Insects feast on Whitehorse willows after unusually warm, dry spring

The willow blotch leaf miner appears to be having a banner year in Whitehorse, likely because of hot, dry conditions in the city this spring.
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Top B.C. court upholds ruling striking down Canada's solitary confinement law

Appeal court rules unanimously that solitary confinement law "offends the fundamental norms of a free and democratic society."

Man who attacked seniors in their Calgary home sentenced to 11 years in prison

The man who attacked a 71-year-old Calgary woman in her home, leaving her with a shattered jaw, has been sentenced to 11 years in prison.
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What are the risks if Canada stays on its current course with Meng Wanzhou? | The Power Panel

Stockwell Day, Yolande James, and Brad Lavigne give analysis on the news that Meng Wanzhou's legal team penned a letter to the government calling on them to end extradition proceedings.

CBC Asks: What belongs in Wascana Park?

CBC Asks: What belongs in Wascana Park? CBC Saskatchewan's Morning Edition is hosting a live show looking at Wascana Park. You'll hear about the history, the politics and the natural beauty of this urban hub.