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Shots fired between vehicles in Surrey’s Whalley area
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An initial investigation has determined that a light-coloured sedan fired at a SUV that was dark-coloured.

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Vancouver is being pelted with rain from a ‘river in the sky’
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“We haven’t seen a classic one this week because of the sun we saw yesterday between storm one and two but close enough.”

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Johnny Depp sues his lawyer, accuses him and his firm of swindling almost $35M
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Johnny Depp has been embroiled in lawsuits for the last few years, and claims his legal team bilked him out of almost $35 million.

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Nova Scotia trying new approach to get more doctors to work in the province
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For the first time, staff from the province’s Immigration Department will join the Nova Scotia Health Authority at an international jobs fair for health professionals.

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Seared Lois Lake steelhead
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Make this recipe at home.

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Quebec media star Eric Salvail on leave following sexual misconduct allegations
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A popular Quebec media personality is suspending his professional activities amid allegations of sexual misconduct.

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How North Korea is using this video to ‘humanize’ their capital city
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Pyongyang is a city of pastel skyscrapers, a new video of the North Korean capital shows.

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Amanda Lindhout’s accused kidnapper contradicts own testimony at trial
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Ali Omar Ader contradicted his own testimony several times Wednesday during cross-examination by the Crown attorney.

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Ammonia leak found at Moncton arena forces crew to reflect on B.C. tragedy
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The minor leak did not pose a hazard, but did drive home the dangers of ammonia in light of the tragedy that killed three at a rink in Fernie, B.C.

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Halifax submits its bid for Amazon’s second North American headquarters
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Amazon announced last month it is hunting for a second North American office, saying it would spend $5-billion to build the new headquarters to house as many as 50,000 employees.

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Former Winnipeg Jet of WHL days loses battle with cancer
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Duncan Rousseau, a forward with the Winnipeg Jets when they were part of the World Hockey Association, has passed away.

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Donald Trump tells soldier’s widow ‘he knew what he signed up for’
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U.S. President Donald Trump told the widow of an American soldier that “he knew what he signed up for,” when he died in action, according to reports.

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Raccoon clings to road sign as wildfire flares up in Cypress County, Alta.
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Tanner Betcker spotted the raccoon Tuesday night, seemingly trying to escape the smoke and flames. 

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Alberta wildfires 2017: Current location of wildfires around the province
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There are currently six wildfires of note in Alberta.

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Carolina Hurricanes hand Oilers fourth straight loss
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It’s now four in a row. The Oilers couldn’t snap their losing streak Tuesday at Rogers Place.

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Columbus Blue Jackets end Winnipeg Jets’ three game win streak
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The Columbus Blue Jackets scored four times in the middle frame as the Jets three game win streak came to an end with a 5-2 loss on Tuesday at Bell MTS Place.

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United Conservative hopefuls go one last round before leadership vote
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“If we don’t reach out to those young Albertans across this province, there’s a risk they’ll turn against us and the next election campaign could be a real challenge.”

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Mounties find human remains at scene of burning vehicle south of Morrin, Alta.
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Police have located the last known registered owner of the burned vehicle and spoken with the individual.

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Enbridge backtracks on decision to seize assets from environmental group
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The documents authorized the sheriffs to take and sell all of their assets to recover money owed to the pipeline giant.

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TransLink to reach a ridership of over 400 million by year’s end
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So far this year there have been 306 million boardings across Metro Vancouver.

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Kelowna woman missing since Oct. 8
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Tara Frederick failed to collect her belongings from a residence earlier this month and was last seen walking on Hein Rd., according to police.

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Kevin James explains why ‘Kevin Can Wait’ star killed off, replaced with Leah Remini
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It turns out Kevin James killed off his wife character on ‘Kevin Can Wait’ for story purposes.

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Father of slain Quebec officer Thierry LeRoux asking feds for stricter gun rules
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The rookie officer had been on the job for just six months with the Lac-Simon police department.

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N.B. council mum on Halloween rules setting trick-or-treat age limit, curfew
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The new rules ban trick-or-treating for anyone older than 16 and set an 8 p.m. curfew for all.

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Winnipeg teen charged after police said she attacked, robbed woman on bus
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A 16-year-old Winnipeg female has been charged after causing a disturbance on a public transit bus. 

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Peterborough mayor rejoining Police Services Board next month
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Mayor Daryl Bennett will be rejoining the Peterborough Police Services Board five years after he was suspended for alleged misconduct.

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TMX warns about U.S.-linked pot stocks, amid fears of Washington marijuana crackdown
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The company that operates the TSX says companies with business activities that violate U.S. federal law regarding marijuana could undergo a delisting review at the discretion of the TSX.

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Shares of Bombardier up more than 20% after CSeries deal with Airbus
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Bombardier shares were up 53 cents at $2.89 on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

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The 2017-18 3HL season is about to kick off in London
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The 3HL Tour is heading into its second season.

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Unsanctioned parties at Queen’s Homecoming keeps Kingston paramedics busy, stretches ER resources
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Queen’s homecoming marred by unsanctioned street parties again.

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City council hoping to extend ‘I in Kingston’ sign project
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Thousands of people have been posing as the ‘I in Kingston’ since the spring and now the group behind the scene is looking at making it a permanent downtown attraction. The ‘I in Kingston’ sign was an instant hit from the moment it was unveiled in June across the street from city hall. Now city…

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Rally outside city hall protests changes to Saskatoon Public Library
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A rally was held outside city hall to protest changes within Saskatoon Public Library.

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Kelowna neighbours water dispute under investigation
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A water dispute between Kelowna neighbours now involves the City of Kelowna and the province.

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Federal government eases up on some small business tax changes
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The federal government announced a number of small business tax reforms.

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Fanshawe College classes cancelled as faculty strike begins
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Faculty at Ontario’s 24 colleges are walking picket lines Monday, with the labour dispute affecting more than 500,000 students in the province.

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Former OHL star Jaden Lindo looks forward to playing with the Queen’s Gaels
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With the help of some talented freshmen, the Queen’s University hockey Gaels are off to a strong start to the season.

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North Korea on edge and warns ‘war may break out at any moment’
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North Korea’s deputy U.N. ambassador warned Monday that the situation on the Korean peninsula “has reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear war may break out any moment.”

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Iraqi troops clash with Kurds in effort to gain control of oil-rich Kirkuk
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Iraq’s national army advanced overnight and took areas in and around the oil city of Kirkuk that is usually dominated by the country’s Kurdish people.

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Scott Thompson: Pilgrimage or ‘stupidity’?
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There is no way to comprehend the horror and terror Joshua Boyle, his wife, and young family endured while held captive for five years by Taliban-affiliated terrorists. The couple was backpacking through Afghanistan when they were captured. Boyle feels it was because his wife was in the last trimester of her pregnancy, which would lead…

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WATCH LIVE: 2017 Edmonton election results
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Global News will have live Edmonton election results beginning as soon as the polls close at 8 p.m. on Oct. 16.

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WATCH LIVE: 2017 Calgary election results
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Global News will have live Calgary election results beginning as soon as the polls close at 8 p.m. on Oct. 16.

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