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Two people taken to hospital after downtown Victoria stabbing
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A suspect has not been arrested at this point. 

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Commuters, advocates hope Turcot pedestrian bridge actually happens
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A new bridge for pedestrians and cyclists might soon be a reality.

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Winnipeg Transit employees union want to finance 20 electric buses
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Winnipeg’s Amalgamated Transit Union has come up with plan for the provincial government to help finance additional electric buses.

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Firefighters descend on south Okanagan to help sandbag flooded communities
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BC Wildfire Service personnel deployed to the south Okanagan to assist with flood mitigation

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Saskatoon weather outlook: 2018s hottest days so far ahead
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Hottest weather of the year so far moves into Saskatoon’s weather forecast.

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Working group struck for independent review of Toronto missing persons cases
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The Toronto Police Services Board announced the independent review in March in the wake of murder charges laid against accused serial killer Bruce McArthur.

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Blue Bombers gearing up for spring mini-camp
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The camp April 24-26 marks the unofficial kickoff to the CFL season.

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P.E.I. vet successfully operates on her smallest patient ever: a 50-gram hamster
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Mr. Nibbles injured his paw on his hamster wheel, and needed an amputation.

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N.S. child centres convert 570 spaces for infants, toddlers and after-schoolers
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The provincial and federal governments announced today that $2.7 million will help a total of 51 centres expand their service.

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Possible child luring attempt in Armstrong, B.C.
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RCMP are investigating a possible child luring attempt in Armstrong, B.C.

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LISTEN: What does the future look like for B.C.’s energy sector?
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In March, the province announced it would be providing a PST exemption on construction costs of any LNG facility.

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Missing two-year-old found dead in Quebec City
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The body of two-year-old Rosalie Gagnon was found by police.

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James Comey book signing in New York met by small protest
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The protester was escorted out after asking a question that drew criticism from the audience.

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Peterborough Medical Officer of Health tackles opioids, pot and minimum wage during downtown breakfast meeting
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Peterborough’s Medical Officer of Health spoke at Wednesday’s breakfast meeting, talking opioids, pot and wage increases to a crowd of business owners and downtown workers.

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Donald Trump refuses to reveal whether he will fire Robert Mueller
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Donald Trump refused to say Wednesday whether he plans to fire Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein.

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Wildlife officials investigating after 8 coyote carcasses found in Strathcona County
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Alberta Fish and Wildlife officials are trying to figure out how eight coyotes died after their carcasses were found in Strathcona County.

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No event bookings being taken for Muttart ahead of possible rehabilitation project
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The Muttart Conservatory in Edmonton’s river valley has been flagged for some major renovation work, although the exact cost and schedule are unknown at this time. 

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Volunteers hit Regina streets for 2018 point-in-time homeless count
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Volunteers hit the pavement Wednesday night to count the number of people living on the streets in Regina, as part of a nation-wide initiative.

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Motorcycle rider suffers life-threatening injuries in Lethbridge crash
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Lethbridge police say one person was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries after a crash between a car and a motorcycle on Wednesday evening.

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Accused in fatal Abbotsford school stabbing is schizophrenic, said CIA tried to kill him: doctor
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And his psychosis has worsened in the last two weeks, a doctor said in court Wednesday.

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Crews hope to free ‘prolific’ female right whale named Kleenex from rope on jaw
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Marine biologists are hoping they can free one of the few remaining female North Atlantic right whales from a length of thick fishing rope that has become wrapped around its upper jaw.

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Driver who crashed into 2 cars, guardrail on Lions Gate Bridge was impaired: police
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Police say the driver was impaired when he smashed into a pair of cars and a guardrail on the Lions Gate Bridge.

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Quebec justice minister worried by report about lawyers using jurors’ Facebook pages
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Anonymous attorneys said they could then glean a juror’s profile for information that could help in crafting a defence strategy.

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Should you lock in your mortgage rate or renew early before interest rates rise again?
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Always do the math.

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Peterborough casino construction on schedule
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Construction continues on the new casino in Peterborough’s west end.

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Ontario government financial outlook changed from stable to negative: Moody’s
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Moody’s Investor Services says spending pressure will challenge the province’s ability to “sustain balanced fiscal results” over a number of years.

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N.S. boasts of $100M in film production, but industry says jobs still scarce
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Bernie Miller told the legislature’s public accounts committee the overall figure is line with the 10-year average before the previous film tax credit was axed in 2015.

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‘We wanted to show our support’: Neon Dreams member on withdrawing from Hedley’s tour
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The Halifax-based band were on the sidelines as a gathering storm of sexual misconduct allegations brewed involving Hedley’s lead singer Jacob Hoggard.

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Toronto Raptors beat Washington Wizards 130-119 in Game 2 at ACC
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DeMar DeRozan poured in 37 points to match his playoff high, and the Raptors beat the Washington Wizards on Tuesday, taking a 2-0 lead in their opening-round playoff series.

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Cancelled flight extends New Orleans trip by days for Fort McMurray students
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A class trip to New Orleans for a group of students from Fort McMurray was supposed to end Sunday. However, their flight was cancelled and originally pushed back to Thursday.

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LISTEN: Would you allow your employer to implant a microchip?
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Would you let your employer monitor you through a microchip?

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Edmonton Oilers’ Connor McDavid visits Humboldt Broncos players in hospital
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The Edmonton Oilers captain said Tuesday that he hopes his visit helped to “put some smiles on some faces” and called the visit to Saskatchewan an emotional experience.

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Blue Jays sweep Kansas in doubleheader, win second game 5-4
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Luke Maile drove in the winning run as the Blue Jays edged the Royals 5-4 in 10 innings at the Rogers Centre.

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Canada looks south for help to solve EpiPen shortage
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Canada said it is working with the FDA to access supplies of Mylan N.V.’s EpiPen emergency allergy antidote amid a growing shortage that has spared the U.S.

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Halifax police investigating suspicious death at Dartmouth apartment
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Emergency crews were called to an apartment in the 0-100 block of Portland Street to a report of a man in distress at 8:49 p.m. on Monday.

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Fire at Mill Woods seniors’ home sends 1 person to hospital
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A two-alarm fire at the Churchill Manor seniors’ residence in Mill Woods sent one person to hospital late Monday night.

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Expect border delays when pot is legal: Windsor mayor
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The mayor of Windsor, Ont. is warning that a thickening of the Canada-U.S. border is probably inevitable when marijuana becomes legal this summer.

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Premier Pallister says Lake Manitoba outlet project to begin later this year
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Premier Brian Pallister was in St. Laurent for a town hall meeting with residents to hear how the 2011 flood affected their community and to discuss plans for proposed outlet channels.

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Scott Thompson:  Are flip phones the new vinyl?
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Progress is about having the cutting edge, and a flip phone is like bringing a squirt gun to a house fire, Scott Thompson says.

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One year later, a look back on the historic 2017 OHL draft for the London area
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14 players with local ties were taken in the 2017 OHL Priority Selection, one of the most successful drafts in the area’s history.

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Arrest made in October 2016 shooting in Peterborough
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An arrest has been made in connection to a shooting in October 2016 in Peterborough.

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