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Backgrounder: New transit projects across Alberta
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Canada and Alberta fund 89 projects to improve public transit across the province
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Statement by Minister Qualtrough on International Day of Persons with Disabilities
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Canada's Minister of Environment and Climate Change leads clean-technology business delegation to China and meets with the China Council for Inte
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Joint statement by ministers Dion and Bibeau regarding The Gambia's presidential election
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International Trade Minister to attend WTO environment ministerial meeting
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 Canada Government Ontario News
Chaudiere Crossing - lane reductions
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Government invests $11.2 million to support a cleaner environment and talented researchers
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Government of Canada to announce support to Ontario firm through Build in Canada Innovation Program
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Backgrounder - Canada Research Chairs Program and Canada Foundation for Innovation
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Burlington Canal Lift Bridge - overnight closures
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Minister Chagger to highlight support for major research network, Canada Research Chairs
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 CBC Top Stories
After 4-day funeral trek, Cuba saying goodbye to Fidel Castro with mass rally
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The cremated remains of Fidel Castro, which have been taken on a slow and winding journey across the island, arrived in the eastern city of Santiago de Cuba, where a rally was scheduled to honour the former leader.

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Up to 40 feared dead in California warehouse party fire
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The city of Oakland, Calif., had been investigating whether people were illegally living in a warehouse that was the site of a deadly fire that broke out during a late-night party on Friday, killing at least nine people and as many as 40, officials said on Saturday.

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'It's just a ploy': North Dakota protesters reject help from officials to leave as winter descends
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The head of North Dakota's emergency management services says the state is prepared to respond to Dakota Access pipeline protesters who may need help during a winter storm or some other crisis, but some protesters on their way to the site are it's "just a ploy" to get them out.

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Meet Sarnia's popular 'Mayor Mike' — locked out of city hall over bullying
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For a mayor who has been locked in a fierce political battle — and locked out of City Hall on nights and weekends — Mike Bradley is surprisingly popular.

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N.S. to close public schools as teachers take job action in labour dispute
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The Nova Scotia Liberal government vows to force a contract on teachers Monday, the same day the union intends to start job action.

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A look at Donald Trump's presidential transition to-do list
  Uncivil Politics

Since winning the Nov. 8 U.S. election, Donald Trump has spent much of his time hunkered down with advisers in his Trump Tower in Manhattan as he prepares to become the country's 45th president on Jan. 20. Here's a brief overview of what he's crossed off his transition to-do list and what's left.

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Money-saving holiday tips, and some costly mistakes to avoid
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Some of Canada’s top personal finance experts share their best holiday budget tips, but also their biggest blunders.

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Ontario police continue search for missing girl, 9, believed abducted
  Layla Sabry

Police in Ontario are continuing their search for a nine-year-old girl believed to be abducted by her mother.

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 CBC Business
Online shopping has gone from incremental to exponential, but Canadians still lukewarm
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A veteran retail analyst says growth in online shopping is exploding around the world, but Canadian retailers will have to up their game to cash in.

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How oil pipelines became one of the most divisive issues in Canadian politics
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This week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau approved two new oil pipelines. Critics promised civil disobedience, lawsuits and opposition by any means necessary. But pipelines haven't always been this contentious.

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The best and worst ways to budget for the holidays
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Some of Canada’s top personal finance experts share their best holiday budget tips, but also their biggest blunders.

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Angry Air Miles collectors demand back points they rushed to use on 'junk'
  Corey Rogers Air Miles

Air Miles has cancelled its expiry policy. But the move is only fuelling the fury for many collectors who already used their points on stuff they didn’t want. Now, some members are demanding their points back. Now, some members who hastily redeemed their miles for mediocre rewards are demanding that Air Miles return their points.

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Trump's Carrier deal saves 800 jobs in exchange for $7M in incentives
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The $7-million incentive package Carrier Corp. will receive in a deal with U.S. president-elect Donald Trump and vice president-elect Mike Pence is a departure from how tax credits are commonly used in Indiana.

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4 of world's biggest cities have plans to get diesel off their streets
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Four of the world’s largest and most polluted cities have decided to ban diesel cars and trucks from their streets by 2025.

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