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Ferry workers' union concerned about lack of consultation over sale of alcohol on board

The union responsible for representing marine and ferry workers says it wasn’t properly consulted about BC Ferries decision to serve beer and wine on certain sailings as part of a pilot this summer.
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1 dead after 2-vehicle collision near St. Paul, Alta.

A two-vehicle collision near St. Paul, Alta. has claimed the life of a male passenger.
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(Live at 9:30 pm ET) HSBC Women's World Rugby Sevens Series - Quarterfinals, Semifinals & Finals: Japan

Watch the world's best rugby sevens women players compete at Mikuni World Stadium in Kitakyushu, Japan.
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Seat counts unchanged after Elections Alberta releases unofficial results

Elections Alberta has counted the final poll, and released its unofficial election results Friday. 
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Winnipeggers take part in Way of the Cross walk

Roughly 700 people took part in St. Emile Church's second annual Way of the Cross walk Friday.

City councillor wants Vancouver to take legal action against 420 organizers

A Vancouver councillor wants the city to consider suing the organizers of the annual 420 cannabis festival to recover all costs incurred by the city.
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Hockey Night in Canada on CBC: Stanley Cup Playoffs - Colorado at Calgary - Game 5

Watch the live stream of Hockey Night in Canada playoffs as the Colorado Avalanche visit the Calgary Flames at 10:00 p.m. ET.

Ahead of federal election, imams at 69 Canadian mosques deliver message that every vote counts

When Canadians go to the polls in October, a non-partisan group hopes Muslim voter turnout will be higher than ever — and seized one of the year's most-attended days of prayer to mobilize the community with a single message: every ballot counts.

'Be prepared to evacuate': Flooding imminent along St. John River, EMO says

Residents who live along flood-prone areas of the St. John River should stay clear of the riverbanks, protect their homes, check on their neighbours and be prepared to evacuate, says New Brunswick’s Emergency Measures Organization.
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April 19: Good Friday Edition

Get daily access to the movers and shakers. Get an insider's view from the country's most influential figures.

Why do you pay so much for gas? Here's a hint: It's not just taxes

If you’re a Metro Vancouver driver, you already know that you pay an awful lot for gas.

Trump blasts 'crazy' Mueller report as Democrats make legal bid for 'full version'

U.S. House judiciary committee chair Jerrold Nadler issued a subpoena on Friday to obtain the full Russia investigation report by special counsel Robert Mueller, saying he cannot accept a redacted version that "leaves most of Congress in the dark."
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How Olympic champion Kaillie Humphries wins her battle with body image

She's one of Canada's most recognizable athletes, but being a two-time Olympic champion doesn't absolve you from anxiety and doubt, from childhood bullies to conflicting takes on her body image. Watch now.
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A famous comedian, in the twilight of his career, is accused of rape

National Treasure follows an aging, beloved comedian after he is arrested following an allegation of rape dating back to the 90s. Watch now.
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Black Market Butcher: Nova Scotia farmers discover horrors on their land

Several free-range farms in Nova Scotia are targeted by a brazen thief who butchers the stolen animals right on their property. Watch now.

Province, police warn Winnipeg grocery stores to stay closed for Good Friday

Winnipeggers hoping to spend their day off getting some grocery shopping done were out of luck this Good Friday.

Health officials warn of confirmed case of measles in Richmond Hill and Newmarket

York Region Public Health is warning the public about a confirmed case of measles in Richmond Hill and Newmarket.

3 Outaouais municipalities declare states of emergency

The western Quebec municipalities of Pontiac, Saint-André-Avellin and Val-des-Monts have declared states of emergency due to rising waters on the Ottawa River.

This 420 consider the potency of cannabis you use, says doctor

420 is this weekend, and while many will be partaking of the newly legalized cannabis, a Vancouver doctor is urging participants to consider regulating the potency of the products they use.