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Fire causes serious damage to suite in North End building

Fire crews knocked down a fire at a multi-family home late Friday night in Winnipeg’s North End.
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Held off podium at worlds, should Canada figure skating begin to panic?

The 2019 world figure skating championships were the first in 15 years in which Canada went home empty-handed. Does that mean it's time to panic, or should Canadian figure skating fans just trust the process?
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Red Sox ink ace pitcher Chris Sale to 5-year, $145-million extension

The Boston Red Sox and ace left-hander Chris Sale have agreed to a long-term contract extension, the team announced on Saturday morning. The five-year deal is worth $145 million US.

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.
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Rothmans, Benson & Hedges gets creditor protection in $15B Quebec lawsuit

Rothmans, Benson & Hedges has become the third tobacco company to receive a temporary reprieve from compensating 100,000 Quebec smokers after securing creditor protection in an Ontario court on Friday.
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Dozens called 911 to express annoyance on night of Amber Alert for missing girl: report

Peel police say they received 89 calls they deemed to be a misuse of the 911 system during the time of an Amber Alert issued last month for a missing 11-year-old girl.
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Victims of Christchurch shooting to be remembered at Saint John memorial

A memorial for the victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings will be held Saturday afternoon at the Saint John mosque on 1100 Rothesay Road.
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Graceful and resonant dance-theatre piece Finding Wolastoq Voice speaks volumes

Finding Wolastoq Voice is not always easy viewing, but this moving and elegant dance piece from New Brunswick's Natalie Sappier carries a resonant message of hope, and of the power of finding a voice — and of listening for the voices that we need to hear.

RCMP cadet program helps First Nation youth build relationships with police

Some Eden Valley youth gather in Chief Jacob Bearspaw school gymnasium to participate in activities with Turner Valley Boys and Girls club as part of cadet training.

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.

Hundreds of thousands march in London to demand new Brexit referendum

Hundreds of thousands of people opposed to Britain's withdrawal from the European Union marched through central London on Saturday to demand a new referendum as the deepening Brexit crisis risked sinking Prime Minister Theresa May's premiership.

One week after New Zealand massacre, Ottawa Muslims weigh increasing security at mosques

One week after the New Zealand mass shooting during Jumaa'ah, Ottawa's Muslim community debates if more security measures are needed here.
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People's vote march in London

The CBC's Dominic Valitis reports from the streets of London, as thousands of people march to demand a say in Brexit negotiations.

Huge catch: Angels' Mike Trout finalizes record-breaking $430M US extension

Two-time American League MVP Mike Trout has signed a 12-year, $430-million US contract extension with the Los Angeles Angels.
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MUN students organize vigil for victims of Christchurch mosque attacks

A group of social work students are standing in solidarity with people on the other side of the world who were affected by last week's Christchurch mosque attacks by organizing a vigil.
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3 dead after vehicle crashes, catches fire in Eastern Passage

RCMP say the vehicle caught on fire after crashing on Cow Bay Road early Saturday morning.
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More funding could be coming for legal aid service on P.E.I.

A group that offers free and subsidized legal aid on P.E.I. is happy with an item in this year's federal budget.
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The Weekly with Wendy Mesley LIVE

The Weekly with Wendy Mesley for Sunday March. 24, 2019
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(Live at 11:00 am ET) 2019 Rugby Football League Championship on CBC: Halifax RLFC vs Toronto Wolfpack

Watch international rugby as the Toronto Wolfpack visits Halifax RLFC at MBi Shay Stadium in Halifax, England.

Vancouver Island fisherman convicted in crab poaching case

A crab poaching case that stretched from the watery depths of Vancouver Harbour to a Vancouver Island court house has finally concluded with penalties being levied against a Mudge Island fisherman.

3 new Ontario songs you need to hear this week

Check out new music from Headstones, Gareth Inkster and The Un-Teens.
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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.

Police searching for witnesses after man left in critical condition on Mackenzie King Bridge

Ottawa police are asking for any potential witnesses to come forward after a 68-year-old man was left in critical condition on the Mackenzie King Bridge Friday night.

'This has to stop': Scores attend vigil at crosswalk where young girl was killed

Community members raised concerns years ago about pedestrian safety on the stretch of a Winnipeg road where a four-year-old girl was struck and killed by a vehicle this week, according to a community advocate.