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    New Brunswick Still Not Getting Bilingualism Right, Languages Commissioner Says
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    Female Salary Raises at University of Guelph
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    Canadian Officials Seize Eel Meat in 92 Country Wildlife Sting
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    Quebec Mosque Shooter’s Sentencing Hearing to Debate Cumulative Sentences
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    B.C. Groups File Response to Government’s Fight Against Solitary Confinement
  • Committee Calls for Restrictions to Content, Labelling, Marketing of Drinks
    Committee Calls for Restrictions to Content, Labelling, Marketing of Drinks
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    Kookies for Khloe Kardashian: Manitoba Cookie Company Gets Custom Order
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    National Sports Organizations Have to Report Allegations of Abuse Immediately
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    Quarter of Seafood Sold in Metro Vancouver Is Mislabelled: Researchers
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    Blue Jays Pitcher Roberto Osuna Intends to Plead Not Guilty to Assault: Lawyer
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    Hope Fading for Whale Beached in Newfoundland: ‘Maybe It Wants to Die’
  • Adopted Japanese Children Denied Visas in Canada
    Adopted Japanese Children Denied Visas in Canada
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    Gaming Disorder Now a Disease, According to WHO
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    Ethics Watchdog Says Bill Morneau Didn’t Break Law With Pension Bill
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    50 Dogs Saved From Korean Meat Farm Are Recovering Quickly in Montreal Shelter
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    Timely tide attracts another pod of transient orcas to Victoria harbour
  • In Bill Morneau’s Riding, 40 Percent of Children Live in Poverty, Report Says
    In Bill Morneau’s Riding, 40 Percent of Children Live in Poverty, Report Says
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    Deliberate Spill: Study Launched to Test Crude and Bitumen Impact on Lake Life
  • Whistler resort builds possibly highest suspension bridge in North America
    Whistler resort builds possibly highest suspension bridge in North America
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    ‘A Lot to Offer:’ Plans for at Least One Arctic University in the Works
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    Pay What You Can Grocery Opens in Toronto, But Experts Say Model Can Be Hit or Miss