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Yukon Indigenous tourism should grow responsibly, say advocates

'We want to ensure tourism is something that happens with Yukon First Nations, not to them,' said one delegate at an Indigenous tourism conference in Carcross this week.

'My grandma would be so proud': Celebrating 50 years of Candy Cane Lane

Ten founding family members gathered on Dec. 9 for a reunion on Candy Cane Lane. It had been a couple of years since any of them had been back to visit during the holidays.

Episode 5: Star Machine

DECEMBER 13 With the Canadian music scene being drowned by a flood of US imports we created novel ways to foster homegrown talent - our very own Star Machine launched the global careers of many Canadian artists.
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CBC Montreal News December 13, 2018

The CBC Montreal News team brings you today's newsmakers and stories
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CBC Windsor News December 13, 2018

The stories you care about. The people in our community. The issues that affect our lives
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CBC Igalaaq December 13, 2018

Viewers from Nunavut and the Northwest Territories are kept up to date by daily current events and news from the Inuit world
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Province hiring more pilots for air ambulance service on verge of privatization

The Manitoba government is promising to hire two new pilots for an air ambulance service that may have to ground its private planes if doctors refuse to work on them.

Thursday December 13, 2018 Full Episode Transcript

Full text transcript for December 13th episode.

United States sets new world record in mixed medley relay

The United States has set a world record in the 4x50-metre mixed medley relay at the world short-course swimming championships. Caeleb Dressel, Kelsi Dahlia, Michael Andrew and Olivia Smoliga won in 1 minute, 36.40 seconds, finishing .65 seconds ahead of the Netherlands.

Conservatives go after O'Regan over conflicts with veterans' advocate

Federal Conservatives stepped up their attack on Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O’Regan today, accusing him of “publicly shaming” a frequent critic of his department during recent testimony before a House of Commons committee.
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'Life threatening' avalanches possible through much of B.C.'s backcountry

Avalanche warnings have been issued for wide swaths of B.C.'s backcountry, after a major dump of snow in parts of the province.
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Tips for driving through big puddles

Want to avoid damaging your vehicle? Here's what you need to know.
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'A warm hug': A cup of cider and a simple human connection

At the Safe Harbour Society's annual holiday party this week something special happened. A young woman, who is a regular client, came through the doors just as they were closing up. This is her story.
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Saint John ordered 33 demolitions this year

A 2011 provincial legislation has been instrumental in helping Saint John gets its abandoned building problem under control.
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Local and breaking news from the CBC Broadcast Centre in Regina.
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MADD president nabs Liberal nomination for Topsail-Paradise

Patricia Hynes-Coates is stepping down from her role to pursue a seat in the House of Assembly.
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Salvation Army assists ServiCom workers with food, utility and rent payments

Money donated to the Salvation Army for ServiCom employees goes into a separate account and is distributed in the form of groceries and payments for oil, power and rent.

Minister says cancelling Fredericton courthouse worth the savings

After $13.05 million worth of work, the Centennial Building and courthouse project is on indefinite hold. The site will get some fencing and tidying up but no more.
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FINA Short Course World Championships: Day 3

Catch all the action as the world's best swimmers compete in Hangzhou, China.
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Supreme Court rejects appeal to speed up challenge to assisted dying restriction

Canada's top court has rejected a B.C. woman's push to speed up a key assisted dying challenge.
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Bomb threats reported in cities across Canada, U.S.

Dozens of bomb threats — believed to be hoaxes — were reported in major cities across Canada and the United States on Thursday.

'China should release Michael Spavor immediately,' says detained Canadian's friend

Michael Spavor's buddies first noticed he was missing when he failed to show up at his own party, says a friend of the Canadian detained in China.
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Manslaughter charge laid in death of woman, 25, near Rocky Mountain House

RCMP have charged a 23-year-old woman with manslaughter in the Wednesday death of another woman on the Sunchild First Nation in west-central Alberta.
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U.K. PM Theresa May receives sympathy but no promises from EU leaders over Brexit turmoil

European Union leaders offered Theresa May sympathy but no promises Thursday, as the British prime minister, weakened after a leadership challenge, sought a lifeline that could help her sell her Brexit divorce deal to a hostile U.K. Parliament.
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'Avoid Union Station,' Metrolinx spokesperson warns due to signal problems in Scarborough

Metrolinx spokesperson Anne Marie Aikins is telling commuters to avoid Union Station due to major signal problems near Scarborough GO station.