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Canada welcomes acquittal of Salim Alaradi
 On behalf of the Government of Canada, we welcome the acquittal of Salim Alaradi by the Supreme Court of the United Arab Emirates. We expect an expedited process to promptly reunite him with his family and friends.‎ full story
Can you help identify this man?
 The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is requesting the public's assistance in identifying an individual currently being held under immigration detention. The individual has been found inadmissible to Canada due to non-compliance with the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and is currently detained under IRPA as a potential flight risk and because of his unwillingness to provide information to his true identity. full story
Deadman's Island and Melville Island
 Deadman's Island and Melville Island are situated on the south side of picturesque Northwest Arm, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Historically linked, they are positioned on either side of a small cove known as Deadman's Cove. full story
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Amendments to assisted dying bill defeated in Commons tonight
  Trudeau votes against amendments to Bill C-14

All nine opposition amendments to the federal government's assisted dying bill failed to pass in the House of Commons tonight.

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Hundreds of undamaged Fort McMurray homes declared unsafe due to toxic ash
  Alta Wildfire Evacuation 20160513

With residents set to start returning to Fort McMurray in two days, the premier announced Monday that hundreds of undamaged homes in neighbourhoods hardest hit by the wildfire are not safe to live in.

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NHL not interested in 'paying for the privilege' to send players to Olympics

In his annual state of the union address at the Stanley Cup Final, Gary Bettman said the NHL and the NHLPA might have to reconsider their participation in the Olympics if the IOC goes ahead with its threat to not pay out-of-pocket expenses for NHL players.

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Parking spot dispute leads to brawl captured on video
  Parking lot fight

Video of a disagreement over a parking spot that led to a brawl outside a Costco this past weekend in Mississauga, Ont., has prompted an investigation by Peel Regional Police.

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'Scalpers suck' cry Tragically Hip fans after presale tickets sell out
  MUSIC Gord Downie 20100606

Presale tickets sold out quickly for the Tragically Hip's farewell tour, only to show up minutes later on resale sites.

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Cincinnati zookeeper: 'We live in the real world, we make real decisions'

Cincinnati Zoo director Thane Maynard responded Monday to critics of the zoo's decision to shoot a gorilla that was dragging around a small human child. "We live in the real world, we make real decisions," he said at a news conference.

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Hockey Night in Canada on CBC: Stanley Cup Final - San Jose at Pittsburgh - Game 1
  Hockey Night in Canada on CBC: Stanley Cup Final - San Jose at Pittsburgh - Game 1

Watch live stream of Hockey Night in Canada: Stanley Cup Final - featuring Game 1 between the San Jose Sharks and the Pittsburgh Penguins

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Fossil fuel decline could be 'faster than expected,' government think-tank warns
  Oil vs Renewables

Canada’s status as an “energy superpower” is under threat because the global dominance of fossil fuels could be seriously eroded in as little as 10 to 15 years, according to a draft report from a federal government think-tank obtained by CBC News.

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 CBC Business
Canada rated 10th-most competitive country to do business in global ranking
  Canadian Flag Quick 20150212

Canada has fallen to 10th place in the latest rankings of business competitiveness by the IMD World Competitiveness Center, its worst position in several years.

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Toronto stocks close lower with U.S. markets shut for holiday

The Toronto stock market posted a small loss amid low trading volume and a lack of direction from the U.S. markets, which were shut for the Memorial Day holiday.

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2 working parents are now the norm in Canada

Between 1976 and 2015, the percentage of dual-income families with at least one child went from 36 per cent to 69 per cent, as more women entered the workforce, Statistics Canada says.

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New rules for mutual funds aim to make fees clear and give details in advance

Starting today, investors in Canadian mutual funds will get clear and concise information about what they are purchasing and how much it costs before being asked to buy in.

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Worried about Trump? Test drive Canada: Don Pittis

With the loonie still low and Donald Trump steps closer to the White House, this is a great opportunity for worried Americans. Rather than make an uninformed runner for the border after the November vote, this is the perfect chance for Trumpophobes to take Canada for a test drive.

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Suncor resumes oilsands operations near Fort McMurray
  Fort McMurray wildfire

Suncor Energy will resume operations near Fort McMurray two weeks after an approaching wildfire forced its workers to evacuate its camps.

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