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  1. Incendiary rhetoric won't help the political situation in MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Wave

    ... the cold-war idea. It would all be so politically incorrect, except the whole joke was based on an obvious point: Canada is one of the most peaceful nations in history. Even Trump has to realize that if the biggest problem we have with another ...

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  2. Honey, I bought a railwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    ... t and producer of Our Edmonton featured weekly on CBC TV. Adrienne has spent the last 20 years telling stories across Canada.

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  3. Passing the torch: Change of command at 1st Canadian Ranger Patrol GroupRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    ... Rangers are a part of the Canadian military; they work to support sovereignty and operations in remote regions across Canada like the North. Last week, Carvallo handed over the torch for the 1st Canadian Ranger Patrol Group to a new commanding ...

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  4. 'Try on whatever you like and be yourself': Moose Jaw Pride opens thrift store for LGBT shoppersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    Moose Jaw Pride has opened the Rainbow Retro Thrift Shop, its new office space and walk-in counselling area on Main Street. Walking into Rainbow Retro Thrift Shop in Moose Jaw, Sask., you'd never mistake where you are: two large rainbows painted on opposite walls extend from floor to ceiling.

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  5. Deaths and deceit: Churchill rail line has long track record of controversyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    ... was sparked in the late 1890s by Prairie farmers who believed the Canadian Pacific Railway, running east-west across Canada, was using its monopoly to impose high shipping fees to get their grains to market. They pushed for an alternative and viewed ...

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  6. Bumper crop in Terry Lake's career changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Since joining medical cannabis producer Hydropothecary Corp. last summer, KTW has learned the former Kamloops politician has hundreds of thousands of stock options and shares currently worth more than $1 million, with that amount likely to rise as the company prepares for significant growth when recreational marijuana becomes legal in Canada later this year. He did not seek re-election in the May 2017 provincial election and became vice-president of corporate social responsibility for Hydropothecary Corp. at the end of August.

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  7. Stop the noise bleed: Canadian invention limits spread of concert sound into neighbourhoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    After receiving more than 100 noise complaints about last year's edition, the Kitchener, Ont., Ever After Music Festival turned to a Canadian engineer's new speaker system this year, with dramatic improvements. One of the biggest hits at this summer's electronic music festivals is not a DJ, but a soft-spoken engineer. 1 comment

  8. Single women increasingly pursuing parenthood on their ownRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    ... her experiences with fetal loss and trying to conceive. is part of a small but growing number of single women across Canada who are pursuing parenthood on their own. Research shows that most of them are doing so because they haven't yet found ...

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  9. Cannabis and the border: what pot-smoking Canadians need to knowRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    Each day, 400,000 Canadians cross the Canada-U.S. border. Beginning Oct. 17, 2018, more and more of those travellers could be forced to answer an uncomfortable question posed by wary American customs officers: Have you ever smoked pot? Cars from Canada line up to cross into the U.S. at Blaine, Wash.

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  10. Inuvialuit folk-rocker Willie Thrasher off to perform in U.K.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    ... featured three of Thrasher's original songs and other First Nations, MA tis and Inuit musicians from across Canada and Alaska. Other notable releases from the label include the reissuing of Cold Fact by Rodriguez and albums from ...

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  11. Canada's Trudeau handed $100 fine for not declaring sunglassesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | PanArmenian Network

    ... time Trudeau has been censured by the ethics office. In December, then-commissioner Mary Dawson found Trudeau broke Canada's ethics laws over two all-expenses-paid family trips to a private island in the Bahamas owned by the Aga Khan. For his part, ...

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  12. BC Superweek 2018 Kicks Off With Tour de Delta Presented by Beedie - July 6-15 | Pedal MagazineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Pedal

    In just over two weeks, more than 200 professional cyclists from every corner of North America and around the world converge on the Lower Mainland for Canada's biggest professional road cycling series - BC Superweek - which begins with the $25,000 Tour de Delta presented by Beedie. "Year after year, the communities of North Delta, Ladner, and Tsawwassen are incredibly welcoming to all the teams and cyclists to open BC Superweek.

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  13. Canadian winemakers uncork ad campaign to 'Free My Grapes'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Vancouver Courier

    ... responds before reminding viewers that shipping wine across provincial boders is still subject to prosecution in Canada. Then you're asked to fill out an email form. In B.C., the email is addressed the Bruce Ralston, the provincial minister of jobs, ...

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  14. In the news today, June 22Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Vancouver Courier

    ... and was lead investigator on a Harvard Law School examination of the agreement in 2013. She believes strongly that Canada should never have signed onto the agreement and should absolutely suspend it now, especially in light of recent policy changes ...

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  15. The Trudeau Liberals' fast one on equalization: Not so fastRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MacLeans

    ... were beginning to make their cases, that Trudeau and Morneau and, through its budget vote, the whole Parliament of Canada have declared the whole conversation already over. Either the feds have pulled a fast one that's horrendous even by the ...

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  16. Grunt Gallery show documents Blue Cabin restorationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Vancouver Courier

    During the renovation process Jeremy and Sus Borsos discovered event posters from the 1920s when they reached the Blue Cabin's subfloor. Artist Carole Itter lived in the Blue Cabin on the banks of Burrard Inlet with her partner, musician Al Neil, who passed away in 2017.

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  17. Canada's loneliest peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MacLeans

    ... interaction or crave that engagement." Sneath is one of the few medical practitioners who are beginning to identify Canada's loneliest people. While 25 per cent of Canadian seniors live alone, there lies a little-documented population within this ...

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  18. Pauingassi First Nation fire evacuees heading home MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBC News

    More than 400 community members have been staying in Winnipeg hotels for a month, waiting to hear that it is safe for them to return. The Canadian Red Cross, which has been co-ordinating the evacuation along with the local councils, has been working over the last couple of weeks to restore power and water service to the community, as well as spending close to $1 million to replace fridges in the two communities that were spoiled by rotting food.

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  19. Looking beyond USRead the original story

    Friday | Petroleum News

    Canada trade fight being spearheaded by unparalleled hostility between President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has prompted talk of new pipelines in Canada to unlock Alberta's oil sands by opening routes to new crude oil markets beyond North America. Spurring that debate is a new forecast by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers that Canadian crude output should grow by 33 percent from 2017 levels to 5.6 million barrels per day in 2035.

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  20. B.C. teacher goes for 4th win on JeopardyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 22 | CBC News

    Ali Hasan, who lives in New Westminster and teaches in Surrey, has so far won more than $67,000 on the U.S. game show Jeopardy! A teacher from New Westminster, B.C., says he has earned new respect from his students after three consecutive wins on the TV game show Jeopardy! Ali Hasan first watched the long-running program when he was 12. He says it took him a while to figure out the format of the show, where the answers are the questions. Eight years after immigrating to Canada, he won a spot on the show.

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