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Ship That Sunk Carrying 25 Tons of Chemicals Caused 'Significant Damage' to Planet
A U.Nrepresentative in Sri Lanka said the chemicals released by the X-Press Pearl sinking caused "significant damage."An environmental emergency of this nature causes significant damage to the
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UPDATE: UEFA refuses to light Munich stadium in rainbow colours for Germany-Hungary match
Munich's mayor hit back at UEFA's refusal to allow the Allianz Arena to be lit in rainbow colours for Wednesday's Germany-Hungary Euro 2020 matchsaying they will decorate other key landmarks instead.
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CommentHistory | 6:51 PM on Wednesday
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) says a search has found hundreds of unmarked graves at the site of the former Marieval Indian Residential School on Cowessess First Nation. Cowessess Chief Cadmus Delorme told the Leader-Post Wednesday
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CommentLaw & Order | 4:18 PM on Wednesday
PM Trudeau announces that a background check will now last a person's entire life for those Canadians who apply for a firearm license.Subscribe to CTV News t...
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CommentMilitary | 2:33 PM on Wednesday
International relations expert Sara Mitchell breaks down a tense encounter after Russia fired warning shots at a U.K. destroyer. Subscribe to CTV News to wat...
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CommentStrange | 2:33 PM on Wednesday
--John McAfee, of anti-virus software fame, has been found dead by apparent suicide in a Spanish prisonFor more live stream content: https://www.youtube.com/...
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CommentEnvironmental | 1:20 PM on Wednesday
Burning fossil fuels threatens one of the last areas on Earth left unspoiled by extractive human industries.
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CommentLifestyle | 12:32 PM on Wednesday
Our latest North American Tracker explores the perspectives of Canadians and Americans on lifestyle changes during the pandemic.
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CommentPolitical | 7:55 AM on Wednesday
The federal Public Servants Inventions Act says a government employee cannot file a patent outside the country without the minister’s permission
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CommentMisc World | 6:28 AM on Wednesday
After quietly and seriously investigating reports of unidentified flying objects for years, the United States military has until Friday to present an unclassified report to Congress on what it has uncovered about these mysterious sightings.
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CommentFunny | 6:16 AM on Wednesday
A Saskatchewan photographer captured a one-year-old beaver stealing a Canadian flag on the Meewasin Trail in Saskatoon. The flag was returned, but the flagpole was not.
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CommentMisc World | 5:55 AM on Wednesday
MoD contradicts Moscow’s assertion that shots were fired at destroyer and bombs dropped nearby
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CommentLaw & Order | 5:54 AM on Wednesday
Senior executives at a French spyware firm have been indicted for the company’s sale of surveillance software to authoritarian regimes in Libya and Egypt that resulted in the torture and disappearance of dissidents. While high-tech surveillance is a mul
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CommentLaw & Order | 4:04 PM on Tuesday
Teen killer and serial rapist Paul Bernardo failed in his second parole bid on Tuesday after the parents of two of his victims recounted the enduring pain of...
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CommentPolitical | 1:15 PM on Tuesday
‘We have seen a level of obstructionism and toxicity in the house that is of real concern,’ Trudeau said outside of the steps of Rideau Cottage
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CommentPolitical | 1:14 PM on Tuesday
At the UN in Geneva on Tuesday, China and its allies called for a UN investigation into crimes against Indigenous people in Canada — just moments before Canada and its allies called on China to allow UN investigators free access to Xinjiang to probe Uyg
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CommentLaw & Order | 1:02 PM on Tuesday
A new scathing report by the military ombudsman states that while the office has been able to perform its duties in principle, efforts to make the role fully...
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CommentMilitary | 7:15 AM on Tuesday
The country’s military ombudsman has fired broadside at the Liberal government, accusing the defence minister’s office of trying to “exert control” over investigations and ignoring recommendations for change.
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CommentEnvironmental | 6:17 AM on Tuesday
An Ontario biologist estimates as many as 960,000 plastic helium balloons may end up in Lake Erie every year, based on a nearly two-week cleanup effort across seven kilometres of beach. She hopes sharing her work will help people understand the environmen
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CommentReligion | 6:59 PM on Monday
Penticton Indian Band Chief Greg Gabriel says his community's reaction to the suspicious fire that burned down Sacred Heart Catholic Church on their land early Monday morning is complicated, but he does not condone arson. "Although there's a lot of ang
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CommentEnvironmental | 6:59 PM on Monday
At least one person has died after a tornado touched down in Quebec, just north of Montreal. Genevieve Beauchemin reports.Subscribe to CTV News to watch more...
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CommentBusiness | 2:36 PM on Monday
Some owners of smart thermostats in Texas found temperatures were going up, all done remotely by their power company, according to local TV reports.
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CommentBusiness | 2:36 PM on Monday
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CommentScience | 2:15 PM on Monday
The president of the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) was publicly admonished in the House of Commons on Monday for failing to turn over unreacted documents demanded by MPs related to the firing of two scientists at Canada's highest security lab.
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CommentMilitary | 8:38 AM on Monday
The US Navy conducted a 'Full Ship Shock Trial' against its aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald R. Ford.
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CommentFunny | 9:26 AM on Monday
A hungry elephant crashed through a kitchen wall looking for something to eat in the early hours of Saturday morning in southern Thailand
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CommentLaw & Order | 6:49 AM on Monday
The lead safety investigator for a deadly derailment in the mountains of B.C. was pulled off the case after Canadian Pacific Railway threatened to sue him and his bosses for suggesting the RCMP should look into potential criminal negligence by the railway
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CommentLaw & Order | 6:00 AM on Monday
A five-year-old girl remains in life-threatening condition following a shooting at an outdoor children's birthday party in northwest Toronto on Saturday evening, police say.
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CommentEnvironmental | 5:59 AM on Monday
Federal officials warn of a long, potentially dangerous summer of fire. Since January, more than a million acres have burned from more than 28,000 wildfires.
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CommentPolitical | 5:58 AM on Monday
Some said they didn't know their thermostats were being accessed from afar until it was almost 80 degrees inside their homes.
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CommentPolitical | 1:35 PM on Friday
The council said it would proceed with removing Paul in July if she didn’t repudiate Noah Zatzman as well as issue a statement supporting the party’s caucus
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CommentHistory | 1:35 PM on Friday
Dozens of people gathered to watch crews take down a statue of Sir John A. Macdonald in a downtown Kingston, Ont. park.