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Watch the Canad Inns Women's Curling Classic

CBC Sports will offer live-streaming coverage of the Canad Inns Women's Curling Classic from Portage la Prairie, Man., continuing on Thursday at 6 p.m. ET.
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The Famous Five and the 'persons' ruling of 1929

Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King unveils a tablet commemorating the 1929 decision that declared Canadian women "persons" under the law.

Why is there a guillotine on this Brooklyn rooftop?

Hannah Champagne has no idea why someone set up what looks like a real-life guillotine on the roof of a neighbouring building across from where she works in Brooklyn, New York.
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This Glam Clown makeup tutorial by onlinekyne is seriously stunning

“For this Halloween I hope you guys all wear far too much makeup!”
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Meet one of the worried Brits stockpiling goods as Brexit looms

Nevine Mann is stockpiling at least two months worth of food at her England home. She's concerned about disruptions in her country, if it leaves the EU without a deal next March.
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Meet Montreal's 'radio doctor', the man who practises the dying trade of repairing electronics

Since 1960 Joseph Hovsepian has been repairing radios, turntables and other electronics from his Mile End store on Parc Avenue.

As It Happens: Thursday Edition

Oct. 18, 2018
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'She was someone's daughter, someone's sister, someone's mother'

Danielle Vivarais remembers her friend Emilie Maheu, whose former partner has been charged with first-degree murder in her death.
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Jury starts deliberations in trial for Calgary parents charged in baby's death

A jury began deliberating today about whether a Calgary couple is responsible for their 14-month-old son's death.
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This Glam Clown makeup tutorial by onlinekyne is seriously stunning

“For this Halloween I hope you guys all wear far too much makeup!”
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88-year-old dies after trying to get into vehicle driven by 84-year-old, police investigating

Police are investigating the incident and say the driver, also a senior from Hamilton, is cooperating.
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What do you do if your pet gets its paws on your pot stash?

Montreal veterinarian says pet owners should watch out for cannabis intoxication
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Sarnia using 24/7 internet and phone voting this election — and numbers are up

The City of Sarnia left the traditional ballots this year and so far more people have voted this year than in 2014's advanced polling days.
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MARY AND MAX: A NEW MUSICAL

A play about 2 unlikely pen pals is now playing at Theatre Calgary until Nov 11
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Majority of first-time buyers maxed out budgets to buy a home: CMHC

A majority of first-time homebuyers say they maxed out their budgets when they bought their homes, according to a survey released today by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.
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François Legault promises to govern for 'all Quebecers'

"Today, we're not just forming a CAQ government. We are forming a government for all Quebecers," François Legault said after being sworn in as premier.
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'The last week is when momentum really builds': Mike Harcourt on the election campaign's final days

Former B.C. premier and Vancouver mayor Mike Harcourt talks about the last week of the election campaign, the need for new blood, and voting strategies.
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LRT, Yellowhead Trail featured in Edmonton's 2019-22 capital budget

Edmonton city council gets its first official look at the $5.2-billion capital budget over the next four years.
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Changing Face: a burn survivor tries to understand the popularity of cosmetic surgery

A burn survivor visits the plastic surgery capital of the world to find out why people undergo risky procedures to change the way they look. Watch now.
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Travel the Musical World with Arts Commons Oct 2 - Apr 26

Talent from around the globe will perform this season at the Jack Singer Concert Hall
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Meet Montreal's 'radio doctor'

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Brian Francis helped pick senator before he became one — but says he was cleared of conflict

P.E.I.’s newest senator Brian Francis says he sought and obtained clearance from the federal ethics commissioner to apply for a position with the senate.
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'(It's) the way to go': Brian Mulroney explains his about-face on cannabis

Former prime minister Brian Mulroney — whose government once introduced legislation continuing to classify marijuana in the same category as heroin — has not only become a born-again weed evangelical, but now says Canada is poised to influence the rest of the world to join the cannabis bandwagon.
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'Was it fair to punish them?' Feds promise faster pot pardons, but some want convictions expunged

Canadians with simple pot possession convictions might soon be able to get a pardon more quickly, but some think the charges should be expunged instead.
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Incumbents give St. James voters starkly different choices

St. James voters have a choice between two incumbents, one a close ally to Brian Bowman, the other a vocal opponent of the mayor, when they mark their ballots Wednesday.