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Federal byelections: Liberals projected to take Ont. seat, Tories set to win in Sask.

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The CBC News decision desk projects Conservative candidate Rosemarie Ashley Falk will win the byelection tonight in the Saskatchewan riding of Battlefords–Lloydminster, while Liberal candidate Jean Yip is projected to win in the Toronto riding of Scarborough–Agincourt.

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Canadian doctor says there's evidence the 'man flu' is actually real

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Just in time for flu season, a new article in the British Medical Journal explores the science behind a debate that has annoyed sniffling, coughing men and infuriated women for years. Is the "man flu" an actual medical phenomenon? Or, are men simply whinier than women when they're sick?

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Women who accuse Trump of sexual misconduct call for Capitol Hill investigation

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Three women who have previously accused Donald Trump of sexual harassment shared their stories Monday on NBC's Megyn Kelly Today and at a separate news conference, calling for a congressional investigation into the numerous allegations the president has faced.

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Some patients pay thousands while others nothing at all in 'medical postal code lottery'

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A hearing-impaired Calgary man is travelling to Austria to get a life-changing medical device surgically implanted that will help him hear clearly for the first time. Because the Alberta government won't pay for the surgery, his retired parents are footing the $50,000 bill.

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Premier Kathleen Wynne sues opposition leader Patrick Brown for defamation

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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is suing the Opposition leader for defamation.

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Uber apologizes after customer billed $18K for 21-minute ride

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Uber is apologizing to customer who was charged more than $18,000 for a short ride in downtown Toronto.

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New Yorker fires reporter Ryan Lizza over alleged sexual misconduct

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The New Yorker magazine says it has cut ties with well-known political reporter Ryan Lizza for alleged sexual misconduct.

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B.C. government to go ahead with Site C hydroelectric dam project

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​Calling it a "difficult decision," the B.C. government has decided to go ahead with the controversial Site C hydroelectric dam, paving the way for work to restart.

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Bitcoin futures contract flirts with $19K US, even as current price hovers near $16K

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After jumping out of the gate, the first bitcoin futures contracts to trade on a mainstream exchange closed Monday at $18,545 US.

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Judge hears stay request for ex-Amaya CEO, others

David Baazov Amaya

Even before the first witnesses could be heard at a rare insider trading case that involves former Amaya CEO David Baazov and others, lawyers representing the accused attempted Monday to have the charges stayed.

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Apple buys music identifying app Shazam

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Apple is buying Shazam, a popular app that identifies music for users by listening to a short snippet of it.

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'Tis the season for doorstep stealing? Shoppers vent about delivery security

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For some shoppers, having a package left at their home is preferable to trekking to a faraway depot that's always busy, but Facebook neighbourhood groups and news broadcasts are often reporting on thieves caught on home security cameras stealing packages left outside.

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That Uber breach? Privacy commissioner is now investigating

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Personal information for more than 57 million of Uber's riders and drivers was stolen in 2016, and Uber still won't say how many Canadians were affected.

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CanniMed seeks regulatory action against Aurora's hostile takeover bid

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CanniMed Therapeutics says it is seeking regulatory action in both Saskatchewan and Ontario in its latest push back against Aurora Cannabis' hostile takeover bid.

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