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'Extinction rebellion' protesters glue themselves to London Stock Exchange

Climate-change protesters glued themselves to the London Stock Exchange on Thursday, the culmination of disruptive events to demand Britain reduce carbon emissions. Protesters warn they'll continue protests to stop a global climate cataclysm.
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Trade shock, harsh winter and Doug Ford blamed for pausing the Canadian economy: Don Pittis

The Bank of Canada's governor blames global trade, winter weather and the Ontario budget for yesterday's downgrade — but sees signs that the economy is already bouncing back. And that means more rate hikes down the road.
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Sri Lanka on edge days after deadly Easter blasts

Sri Lanka's capital remained jittery Thursday as authorities set off more controlled detonations of suspicious items, soldiers stopped and searched vehicles and some businesses advised staff to stay indoors, four days after suicide bombing attacks killed more than 350 people in and around Colombo.
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Experts say 'predatory' essay writing firms are thriving, and there's no law to stop them

A CBC News investigation has revealed how fast and convenient it is to purchase a custom academic essay that can go undetected by university professors and plagiarism software.
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Speed limit reduced to 60 km/h on parts of County Road 20

Expect to have to drive slower between Kingsville and Leamington going forward.
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What goes into closing a busy highway? Inside the 2018 Trans-Canada Highway closure

Hundreds of pages of records provide a look inside into closing down a stretch of the busy Trans-Canada Highway, from finding enough road signs to deliberating over what, exactly, they should say.
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A lesson from New Jersey, as Quebec tries to persuade people to leave flood zones for good

New Jersey has found a way to encourage hundreds of homeowners to move away from flood zones, but unlike Quebec, the state has no cap on compensation.
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12 consecutive weeks of gas price hikes

You're paying almost 30 cents a litre more now compared to the start of the year.
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Nunavut's Mary River mine workers vote to ratify 1st union deal

The iron ore mine on northern Baffin Island employs more than 800 people and the wage-benefit deal covers all workers except managers at the mine.
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'It was disgusting': Nova Scotia meat plant convicted of multiple violations

Almost 3½ tonnes of mouldy meat had to be thrown out at a Shubenacadie, N.S., meat plant after government inspectors found numerous deficiencies at the facility, including abundant mould growth on the ceilings, walls, compressors, shelves, doors and seals in the coolers and freezers.
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Vaccine deadline for students is May 1, health officials warn

Waterloo Region Public Health is hosting vaccine clinics for secondary students to get their vaccines before a suspension deadline May 1.
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Toronto Island residents, conservation authority keeping 'very close eye' on rising lake levels

While Bracebridge, Ont., is under a state of emergency due to flooding and people in upstate New York are sandbagging their shores, residents on Toronto Island are nervously watching the waterline.
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What an anesthesiologist shortage means for pregnant women in Yarmouth

A letter being given out to prenatal clinic patients has some pregnant women in Yarmouth, N.S., worried about what they're going to do when they're due.
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Sexual assault centres call for more help in wake of Avalon wait-list situation

The province's two sexual assault counselling centres outside of Halifax are joining the Avalon Sexual Assault centre in calling for more aid for people who have been subjected to sexual violence.
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P.E.I. forestry employees gain valuable experience fighting fires in other provinces

P.E.I. forestry employees are preparing for what they anticipate will be another busy summer fighting fires in other parts of Canada.
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Putin, Kim discuss how to break North Korean nuclear standoff

Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said Thursday they had good talks about their joint efforts to resolve a standoff over Pyongyang's nuclear program, amid stalled negotiations with the United States.
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How do you prove a porn user is 18 or older?

The British government announced last week that beginning July 15, Brits who want to browse X-rated content online will need to prove they're over 18. But how do you prove a porn user is 18 or older?
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One year after the van attack "incels" are unrepentant

One year after the deadly van attack in Toronto, the misogynistic online community that inspired the attack remains unchanged, says reporter Zack Beauchamp who spent a year investigating incels.
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Post Election Leader's - Joe Byrne

Post provincial election Comments from NDP Leader Joe Byrne.
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Post election leader's - Wade MacLauchlan

Provincial election comments from Liberal Wade MacLauchlan.
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Post election leader's - Dennis King and Peter Bevan Baker

Provincial election comments from PC -Dennis King and Green- Peter Bevan Baker.
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