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N.W.T. Power Corp. warns people to stay off ice on Jackfish Lake

The Northwest Territories Power Corporation is warning snowmobilers to stay off of Jackfish Lake near the power plant, where there is thin ice and open water.

Let Your Mind Run

Let Your Mind Run is a memoir by Deena Kastor.
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PCs' decision to curtail big projects can cut both ways, credit-rating agency says

After the provincial government's promise to scale back public spending, the vice-president of public finance at Dominion Bond Rating Service says trimming could also hurt the New Brunswick economy.

'Have I been watching too much CSI?': Oland defence lawyer grills lead investigator

Saint John police failed to follow basic police academy training when they responded to Richard Oland's homicide, Dennis Oland's defence lawyer argued Thursday at his second-degree murder retrial.
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Palestinian gunman sought after 2 Israeli soldiers shot dead at West Bank bus stop

A Palestinian gunman opened fire at a bus stop outside a West Bank settlement on Thursday, shooting at soldiers and civilians and killing at least two Israeli soldiers before fleeing, Israel's military and rescue service said.
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Tessa and Scott

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are the most decorated figure skaters in the history of the sport. In this book, they share their incredible story with the world.
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Enbridge pipeline foes look past regulators after another loss in Minnesota

The Public Utilities Commission unanimously rejected petitions by environmental and Native American groups that asked the panel to reconsider its 3-2 decision in June to approve a route permit for the line across northern Minnesota.
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Truck theft thwarted when owner hops in, pushes out would-be thief

Mounties in northern Alberta are searching for a would-be thief who was shoved out of the truck he was attempting to steal and likely run over by his intended victim.
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Trump denies ties to ex-lawyer Cohen's crimes

U.S. President Donald Trump offered up a handful of legal arguments in a series of tweets on Thursday distancing himself from former personal attorney Michael Cohen, who was sentenced to prison on Wednesday.
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Curtis Sagmoen gets absolute discharge in 1st of multiple criminal trials

A North Okanagan man accused of threatening and assaulting sex trade workers in four separate incidents has been given an absolute discharge after pleading guilty to a lesser charge in his trial for mischief.
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Cujo

A memoir by Curtis Joseph and Kirstie McLellan Day.

Tiger Woods

Author Jeff Benedict writes a sweeping, revelatory and defining biography of an American icon.
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News media under fire: 251 journalists in jail worldwide, most facing 'anti-state' charges

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: by all appearances, it is becoming easier for the world's strongmen to justify punitive actions against the press; Canada seems to be firmly stuck in the middle of a spat between two superpowers.
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Cats 'Frosty and Snowcone' found trapped in litter box sealed with duct tape: OPP

Provincial police in Norfolk County are investigating after two cats were found abandoned in a snowy ditch, trapped inside a litter box sealed with duct tape.

Opioids are killing 2 Albertans every day, according to new report

Alberta's opioid crisis continues to take a devastating toll with a new report showing 1,782 people have died from accidental overdoses since the beginning of 2016.

Two Canadians discuss how to find common ground in fight against climate change

How do we build a consensus in order to move forward? We look at the deep divide in perspectives, and how to bridge them.

Anosh Irani

Anosh Irani is a celebrated Canadian author and playwright.

Chinese detentions raise fears of Canadian business chill, rethink of travel plans

Escalating fears of retaliation after Canada detained a high-ranking Chinese business executive have prompted some Canadian business leaders to think twice before going to China on business.
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'Tis the season for vehicle thefts. Here's how to stop it

The holidays often coincide with a spike in thefts from parked cars as busy, tired shoppers leave valuables unattended. Here's how to prevent it.
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Russian Maria Butina convicted of conspiracy related to lobbying activities in U.S.

A woman accused of acting as a Russian agent to infiltrate the powerful gun lobby group NRA and influence U.S. policy toward Moscow pleads guilty to a single count of conspiracy, in a deal with prosecutors that could give them insight into Russian meddling in American politics.
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Dogs seized from breeding operation on P.E.I. farm

The P.E.I. Humane Society has seized "vulnerable" dogs from a breeding operation on an Island farm.
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15 books for the sports fans on your gift giving list

These 15 books will give sports lovers reasons to cheer this holiday season.
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SIU investigating after suspect suffers 'serious injury' following alleged armed taxi carjacking

The province’s police watchdog is investigating after an apparent armed carjacking of a taxi early Thursday led to the suspect suffering a “serious injury.”
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Home Ice

Angie Abdou's book Home Ice explores amateur hockey from the point of view of a mother.
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Andrea Giesbrecht appeal hearing: Part 3

The Manitoba Court of Appeal hears an appeal for Andrea Giesbrecht, the Winnipeg woman convicted of concealing the remains of six infants in a storage locker, on Dec. 12, 2018.