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Easter Sunday bomb attacks kill more than 200 at Sri Lankan churches, hotels

Sri Lanka Church Blasts

The death toll from a series of Easter Sunday bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka now exceeds 200, according to police and local media. Thirteen suspects have been arrested.

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'It's indescribable': Calgary family grieving relatives killed in Sri Lanka bombings

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A Calgary family is reeling after three of their relatives were killed in a series of bombings in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.

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Over 1,000 homes flooded across Quebec as water continues to rise

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Spring floods around Quebec have forced more than 1,200 people out of their homes, and around 600 Canadian Forces troops are being deployed to the most vulnerable areas.

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Police ID 4 teens who died after car flipped in Miramichi

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Four teenagers died in a car accident Saturday night in Miramichi, N.B., after the vehicle they were in left the road and flipped, ending upside down in deep water. 

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With 6 months to go, Justin Trudeau is up against history

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Federal governments that trail in the polls this far out from an election struggle to stay in power.

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Timeline: How Sri Lanka's bomb attacks unfolded in an Easter Sunday of carnage

Srl Lanka Church Blasts

Bomb blasts ripped through churches and luxury hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, killing 207 and injuring 450 people, in the first major attack on the Indian Ocean island since the end of a civil war 10 years ago.

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Rivers overflow banks in N.B. as troops arrive to help with flooding

Fredericton flood 2019

Fredericton exceeded the flood stage Saturday, joined by other N.B. communities on the St. John River such as Maugerville, Jemseg, Sheffield and Lakeville Corner, meaning water is spilling over the banks onto roads and low-lying areas. 

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Man dies after being critically injured in avalanche near Lake Louise

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A man has died following an avalanche near Lake Louise, Alta., on Saturday.

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'Cold comfort': Ottawa's plans to protect pensions not good enough, say critics

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The federal government's latest proposed measures to protect pensions don't actually accomplish much, according to pensioner groups disappointed with the policy outlined in the Trudeau government's omnibus budget bill.

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Battling burnout: Modern work pressures distort our very identities, warns Rahaf Harfoush

Rahaf Harfoush

People need to question why the sheer amount of work we do is so thoroughly woven into our identities these days — and looms so large in how we measure our success, author and work expert says.

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How French's ketchup took a bite out of Heinz

Joanne Duguay Bathurst, NB French's ketchup

French's sustained success in Canada is likely due to a combination of ingredients, including continuous free publicity and a Canadian-made ketchup that also offers a taste and price consumers find palatable.

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Flexible work — for everyone — is key to keeping women in the workforce, experts say

Amanda Munday

Difficulties managing family and work life continue to push disproportionate numbers of women out of the workforce compared to men. But labour market experts say more flexible workplace policies across the board — regardless of gender or family status — are key to stopping our economy from losing qualified female workers.

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Fiat Chrysler recall of Dodge Darts affects 20,117 Canadian vehicles

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles says it's recalling more than 320,000 Dodge Dart compact cars in North America, including 20,117 in Canada, because they could roll away due to a defective part that could allow the shift cable to detach from the transmission.

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How First Nations are leaving their mark on the cannabis industry

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Indigenous investment in the weed business is strong in Sask., but only one First Nation has been willing to open up shop on-reserve.

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