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Man seriously injured in Downtown Eastside stabbing
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A man in his 30s is in stable condition in hospital after he was stabbed on East Hastings Street in the Downtown Eastside Monday night.

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A growing number of Canadian victims of overseas terrorism, but little support for them
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Canadians are hardly the only targets of today’s terrorists, but they lack the government support available to citizens of other western countries, victims and advocates say.

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What will cannabis drinks’ labels say? Here’s why ‘barley soda’ is a possibility
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Makers of THC-infused wine and beer can’t use words linked with alcohol on their labels. The problem is, those are the only words anybody understands.

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Beauty products send a child to hospital every two hours, U.S. study finds
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Kids are often getting into and ingesting their parents’ colognes, lotions, nail polish and hair products, according to a new U.S. study.

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Super Awesome Science Show: Ticked off by Lyme
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On this episode of the ‘Super Awesome Science Show,’ we talk about what Lyme disease is, how it’s spread and how you can avoid getting bitten by ticks that carry the disease.

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Rick Zamperin: CFL fails to put its foot down on Simoni Lawrence’s late head shot
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The CFL has suspended Hamilton Tiger-Cats linebacker Simoni Lawrence for two games for his late hit on Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Zach Collaros.

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Here’s what the first-time home buyer incentive could mean for Winnipeg
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The federal government’s First-Time Home Buyer Incentive will launch on Sept. 2, and although it’s expected to help many Canadians, one analyst doesn’t expect it to have a major impact on the Winnipeg market.

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London goalie becomes latest local to make OHL commitment
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Michael Simpson, a 10th-round selection in the 2019 OHL draft, has signed a standard player agreement with the Peterborough Petes.

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Motorcyclist dies from injuries following crash near Oliver, RCMP confirm
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The crash took place on June 15, and the operator has since died in hospital.

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Premier Doug Ford booed by massive crowd celebrating Raptors Championship parade
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The incident comes after two other recent public appearances where the premier was booed.

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Raptors fans celebrate championship parade in Pickering at Jurassic Park East
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Fans in Durham proved not all die-hard supporters needed to participate in the chaos downtown Toronto to have a good time.

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Regina police charge man, 24, in relation to auto theft investigation
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Regina police say a 24-year-old man is facing multiple charges in relation to an ongoing auto theft investigation.

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Erik Karlsson, San Jose Sharks agree to eight-year contract
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The team did not release contract figures, but multiple reports on Monday said it’s worth about $11.5 million per year.

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Police searching for suspect after reported road rage incident near Schomberg
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Anyone with information can contact Det. Const. Ian Fenik at 705-436-2141 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477.

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Alberta leads country in distrust of government, other institutions: survey
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Trans Mountain is likely a factor in a significant drop in trust in Canadian institutions.

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Halifax police preparing to purge thousands of street checks records
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The original files and metadata will be scrapped from the system in December 2020.

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Pedestrian safety initiatives continue to divide mountain, lower city
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The motion, once given final approval by Hamilton City Council, will allow parking on both sides of Aberdeen from Queen to Dundurn streets.

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Ice Wolves star will continue her hockey career in Kingston: ‘I’m beyond happy’
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Local hockey star Scout Watkins-Southward commits to the Queen’s University program.

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Father’s Day car show roars through downtown Kelowna
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The 20th annual Boyd’s Father’s Day Charity Car Show revved through Kelowna celebrating dads and raising funds for the Child Advocacy Centre.

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Lisa Dudley’s family hits another roadblock in quest for murder victim’s possessions
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More than a decade after Lisa Dudley’s murder, the family was meant to receive her belongings from police Sunday, but ended up empty-handed.

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Raptors parade in Toronto could draw up to 2 million fans: spokesperson
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The parade is scheduled to start at 10 a.m. ET at Exhibition Place’s Princes’ Gates and will end at Nathan Phillips Square for a 12:30 p.m. rally.

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Africans among migrants trekking to Mexican border — in record numbers
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More than 500 African migrants were found walking in groups across the Rio Grande — more than double the total of 211 African migrants who were detained by the Border Patrol along the U.S.-Mexico border in the 2018 fiscal year.

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Quebec bans religious symbols for state workers in new law
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Premier Francois Legault’s government used its majority to push through Bill 21 by a vote of 73 to 35 after applying the mechanism of closure to end debate on the bill prematurely.

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Hong Kong activist released from prison, vows to join protests
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Joshua Wong was a leading figure in Hong Kong’s 2014 Umbrella Movement demonstrations.

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Humboldt Broncos crash survivor Jacob Wassermann finds new love in water skiing
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Wassermann has shown so much promise that he is to compete next month as a prospect with Canada’s adaptive water-ski team at the world championships

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If CUSMA not ratified before election, ‘all bets are off’: business head
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The deal could face risks if not ratified before the Canadian election and the American primaries starting shortly afterwards, says one business leader.

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Global far right ‘as much of a player’ in disinformation as Russia: expert
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“The international right has been as much of a player, I would say, as Kremlin sources,” one expert says.

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Teen arrested after 2 people injured in Mississauga stabbing
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Investigators said an altercation had occurred, which led to an 18-year-old man and a 20-year-old man being stabbed.

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The West Block, Season 8, Episode 41
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Watch the full broadcast of The West Block from Sunday, June 16, 2019 with Mercedes Stephenson.

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Feds wins last-ditch reprieve for law which allows prisoner isolation in Canada
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Prisoner isolation, declared unconstitutional 18 months ago, will remain legal for now after Canada’s top court granted Ottawa’s urgent request to allow the current law to stay in force for the time being.

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Alberta energy war room must avoid online morass, preaching to choir: experts
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Mount Royal University political scientist David Taras says the war room, by its very nature, is set up for conflict and that creates pitfalls.

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Majority of Canadians agree with ‘ongoing genocide’ label for MMIWG: poll
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Fifty-three per cent of respondents agreed with the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls

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Former Ontario Liberal cabinet minister Michael Coteau running for party leadership
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The MPP for Don Valley East will be announcing on social media Sunday, his bid to lead the Ontario Liberals after it lost power and failed to maintain official party status in the 2018 provincial election. 

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City spent nearly $7M on Calgary 2026 Olympic bid
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A new report in front of Calgary city council on Monday looks into the costs of the Calgary 2026 Olympic bid process.

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Magnitude 7.4 earthquake hits islands off New Zealand, no tsunami threat
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The U.S. Geological Survey said the earthquake hit a spot about 873 kilometres northeast of Ngunguru, New Zealand, a town of about 1,400 people. It occurred at a depth of 10 kilometres.

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Lethbridge family advocates for MMIWG to honour grandmother who was violently killed
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March 6, 1999, is a day Kaily Bird will never forget; it’s the day her mother Gloria Black Plum was taken from her.

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Small business advocates furious as B.C.’s employer health tax payments begin
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The Canadian Federation of Independent Business said more than 75,000 businesses across the province will be required to pay their first installments Saturday.

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Spikeball gaining popularity in Saskatchewan
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A spikeball tournament in Saskatoon has seen an increase in the number of teams over the last four years as the sport grows in popularity in Saskatchewan.

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