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CommentMisc World | 7:12 AM on Monday
NATO leaders convened in Brussels to discuss reshaping the military alliance for the future at a time of increased saber-rattling with Russia. In an exclusive interview with CBC News, The head of Britain's military told CBC News in an exclusive interview
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CommentProvincial Politics | 7:10 AM on Monday
Arnold Ambler said three minutes after the storm hit, hail smashed through a skylight — sending him and his family scrambling to cover their possessions with blankets as massive pieces of ice, glass and rain came pouring in.
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CommentEnvironmental | 7:05 AM on Monday
Alberta's minister of agriculture and forestry says more firefighters are heading to Ontario on Sunday to help battle wildfires in parts of that province.
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CommentLaw & Order | 6:04 AM on Monday
Two people are facing manslaughter charges in the death of RCMP Const. Shelby Patton.
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CommentPolitical | 3:54 PM on Sunday
Naftali Bennett was sworn in as Israel's new prime minister on Sunday, after winning a confidence vote with the narrowest of margins, just 60 votes to 59. Hi...
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CommentPolitical | 5:07 PM on Friday
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau consulted with Queen Elizabeth today about the process for selecting the next governor general of Canada, months after Julie Payette's resignation.
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CommentPolitical | 3:22 PM on Friday
People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier was arrested after appearing at a sparsely attended rally against COVID-19 restrictions in in St-Pierre-Jolys, Man.on Friday afternoon.
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CommentLaw & Order | 2:31 PM on Friday
The Star's chief investigative reporter Kevin Donovan on what information is in the sealed files on Barry and Honey Sherman.Subscribe to CTV News to watch mo...
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CommentEnvironmental | 8:40 AM on Friday
The new policy erects another roadblock for Coalspur Mines and its Vista mine expansion near Hinton, Alta., the only such mine in Canada currently before regulators.
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CommentLaw & Order | 6:15 AM on Friday
Patrik Mathews — a former Manitoba army reservist and an alleged recruiter for a neo-Nazi group — has changed his plea to guilty in a number of different charges in the U.S. states of Maryland and Delaware.
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CommentUncle Sam | 3:39 PM on Thursday
The CEO of ID.me told Axios the US lost $400 billion to fraudulent claims, with another expert saying 70% of stolen money ultimately left the country.
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CommentLaw & Order | 2:06 PM on Thursday
The head of Egerton Ryerson, one of the architects of Canada's residential school system, was last seen decapitated from a statue on the Ryerson University campus in Toronto. It's now on a spike at 1492 Land Back Lane in Caledonia, Ont. 
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CommentPolitical | 1:23 PM on Thursday
CBC News has learned that Green Party MP Jenica Atwin is set to cross the floor to join the Liberals. »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://...
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CommentMisc World | 10:58 AM on Thursday
In a new report, Amnesty International says China is committing crimes against humanity in Xinjiang.
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CommentMisc CDN | 8:58 AM on Thursday
Theodore, the beloved TV tugboat, left Halifax Thursday morning, bound for a new Ontario home.
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CommentLaw & Order | 8:25 AM on Thursday
President Ilir Meta was investigated for violating the constitution with his bias against the ruling Socialist Party during the April 25 parliamentary electoral campaign.
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CommentLaw & Order | 6:06 AM on Thursday
China says it won't politicize scientific research in the case of two scientists fired from Canada's only Level 4 lab, amid an RCMP investigation, demands for details in Parliament, and concerns it could be a case of Chinese espionage.
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CommentBusiness | 4:34 PM on Wednesday
The final cost to Albertans for the Keystone XL pipeline will be about $1.3 billion as the provincial government and TC Energy announced the official termination of the project Wednesday.
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CommentLaw & Order | 4:22 PM on Wednesday
The wealthiest Americans - including Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk - paid little in federal income taxes in recent years despite soaring fortunes, ProPublica finds
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CommentBusiness | 2:00 PM on Wednesday
A majority of independent shareholders of Thomson Reuters on Wednesday voted in favor of a proposal that would have the company assess and report on the potential human rights abuses of its work with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).More than 70
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CommentBusiness | 11:44 AM on Wednesday
The federal and Alberta governments are signing an agreement that could lead to a plant to produce hydrogen built near Edmonton. The governments say they're working with Air Products Canada to build the $1.3-billon plant, which would produce the clean-
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CommentPolitical | 11:22 AM on Wednesday
Court likely to effectively liquidate opposition politician’s movement by classifying it as ‘extremist’
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CommentMisc CDN | 7:20 AM on Wednesday
A playground in downtown Dawson City, Yukon, will be closed for two weeks so crews can replace a rubber mulch surface that was ridden with pieces of wire.
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CommentMisc CDN | 6:38 AM on Wednesday
One person has been fined $600 after a gender reveal party involving explosives sparked a wildfire last week near Fort McMurray.
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CommentLaw & Order | 6:29 AM on Wednesday
Interior Health’s chief medical officer, Dr. Albert de Villiers, has been arrested and charged with sexual assault and sexual interference against a child, according to RCMP.
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CommentEnvironmental | 5:59 AM on Wednesday
A stream of bubbles is catching trash in Amsterdam's Westerdok canal, preventing it from ultimately flowing into the North Sea.
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CommentPolitical | 3:24 PM on Tuesday
Video shows French President Emmanuel Macron getting slapped in the face by a man during an official visit to the southeast of France.Subscribe to CTV News t...
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CommentLaw & Order | 12:53 PM on Tuesday
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday said the hit-and-run that left four people dead in London, Ont., was a "terrorist attack."
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CommentProvincial Politics | 12:53 PM on Tuesday
An Ontario Superior Court judge has ruled Premier Doug Ford’s election finance changes that limited labour unions’ campaign spending are unconstitutio...
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CommentLaw & Order | 11:58 AM on Tuesday
Criminal gangs divulged plans for moving drug shipments and carrying out killings on a secure messaging system secretly run by the FBI, law enforcement agencies said Tuesday, as they unveiled a global sting operation they said dealt an 'unprecedented blow