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'It was never a concern before': Residents struggle with emotional aftermath of flooding, what to do next

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Once the sandbags are gone and the physical damage is dealt with, flood victims have to come to grips with the emotional aftermath. Here's how the floods in New Brunswick over the past two springs are continuing to affect the lives of local residents.

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CSIS destroyed secret file on Pierre Trudeau, stunning historians

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Canada's spy service destroyed a Cold War dossier on Pierre Trudeau in 1989 instead of turning it over to the national archives, The Canadian Press has learned.

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More time to 'pause and think': Under pressure, Hong Kong government takes a step back on 'made in China' law

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The Hong Kong government's proposed extradition law, currently on hold, has set off more panic than usual because it raises the spectre of China reaching into Hong Kong using any accusation at all, and scooping up anyone it considers a threat.

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Here's what everyone seems to be missing in the PBO's climate policy math

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The simple math of climate policy rarely makes for straightforward politics. Consider this week's analysis by the parliamentary budget officer, and the respective responses of the Liberals and Conservatives.

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Fortified schools: A sobering but growing response to U.S. shootings

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While school shootings remain statistically rare in the United States, there were 24 of them that resulted in either injury or death in 2018. It's given rise to a school security industry now worth some $3 billion US annually.

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U.S. authorities push ahead with battery charge on Raptors president Masai Ujiri following Game 6

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U.S. authorities will push for a battery charge against Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri after the executive was accused of pushing and hitting a sheriff's deputy in the face as he tried to get onto the court when his team won the NBA title in Oakland, Calif., a police spokesman said Friday.

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Opera singer Measha Brueggergosman in Calgary hospital awaiting bypass surgery

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International opera star Measha Brueggergosman calls for fan support and prayers as she awaits heart surgery.

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Everything you need to know about the Raptors' victory parade Monday

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Toronto Raptors fans celebrating their team’s first NBA championship will have another chance to party Monday during the official championship parade and rally.

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The big business of safeguarding against U.S. school shootings

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While school shootings remain statistically rare in the United States, there were 24 of them that resulted in either injury or death in 2018. It's given rise to a school security industry now worth some $3 billion US annually.

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Flat beer sales push brewers to tap their creativity

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A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: brewers are getting more adventurous with their products and marketing; Ziauddin Yousafzai's daughter is so famous she's known by just her first name, and he's fine being known simply as 'Malala's dad.'

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Raptors playoff run an economic slam dunk for Toronto businesses — but will it last?

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Local Toronto businesses likely raked in millions of dollars from the Toronto Raptors' run to become NBA champions. But turning all those dollars and temporary attention into a long-term money maker is no sure thing.

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No business case for TMX, says former Liberal environment minister

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David Anderson, who served 10 years in the cabinets of prime ministers Jean Chretien and Paul Martin, sent letters to members of the Trudeau cabinet asking them to dismiss the TMX expansion proposal.

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'A long time coming': SheNative Goods opens new storefront in Saskatoon

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Indigenous clothing company SheNative Goods has opened a new flagship store at 714A 2nd Avenue North in Saskatoon.

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Canada Post wants to hike stamp prices to 92 cents starting next year

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Canada Post is proposing to increase the price of sending a letter within Canada to 92 cents starting next year, a slight increase from the current 90 cents.

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