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Charlottesville vice-mayor blasts 'whiny little brats of the alt-right' and Trump's 'blame game'

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Charlottesville's vice-mayor slammed U.S. President Donald Trump's response to the deadly violence that transpired in his Virginia city over the weekend, saying Trump placing blame on both white nationalists and counter-protesters "shows…

Cosmic gig: Bonnie Tyler will perform Total Eclipse of the Heart during solar eclipse

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In a pop culture pairing that's positively celestial, Bonnie Tyler is set to perform her iconic track Total Eclipse of the Heart during next week's total solar eclipse.

'Ignoring it is just as bad as supporting it:' Late night hosts get serious about Charlottesville

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The weekend violence in Charlottesville, Va., prompted late night comics to strike a serious tone at the top of their shows Monday night.

Feral prime minister stalks countryside in search of weddings to ruin

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The RCMP is warning soon-to-be-wed couples and their loved ones to be on the lookout for a mysterious threat stalking the Canadian outdoors. Jon Blair · CBC Comedy · August 16 POWELL RIVER, BC—The RCMP is warning soon-to-be-wed couples and…

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Racist death threats linked to Charlottesville violence aimed at CBE trustee candidate

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A Calgary woman running to become a Calgary school board trustee says she's been the victim of racist death threats on Facebook that reference the death of an anti-fascist protester in the U.S.

University Avenue section remains closed

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A section of the southern part of University Avenue will be closed again Thursday at the City of Charlottetown continues repairs to catch basins and storm water pipes.

A forest fire is threatening to 'blast' this Nipigon festival's blueberry cache

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The chair of the Nipigon Blueberry Blast festival committee said the fire is burning near a favourite cache of fruit, but there are other places to pick berries this weekend if needed.

Refugees, immigrants share sexual violence stories in graphic novel

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A graphic novel for refugee and immigrant communities published to raise awareness on sexual violence is available for free in 11 languages, starting Thursday.

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Naloxone access in Gatineau is adequate, Outaouais health unit says

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There are adequate supplies of the life-saving opioid overdose antidote naloxone in Gatineau, according to the health authority for the Outaouais.

Charlottetown Airport busy with U.S. flights in 2016

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There was a big increase in traffic between American airports and Charlottetown Airport in 2016, according to a new report from Statistics Canada.

Greg Rich new Grand Chief of Innu Nation, Etienne Rich deputy

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Former Natuashish chief Greg Rich is the new Grand Chief of the Innu Nation in Labrador, following Wednesday night's general election.

Tearful reunion as Yazidi boy arrives in Winnipeg

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A Yazidi mother and her 12-year-old son had an emotional reunion in Winnipeg early Thursday, three years after their family was separated when captured by ISIS in northern Iraq. She discovered last month that one of her missing sons was…

'Mix of chemicals' causes chain reaction and injuries at University of Windsor

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The chemical concoction did not cause an explosion, but both people suffered cuts from broken glass, according to Windsor Fire and Rescue Service.

Breaking down the barriers for 2018 municipal elections

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In Charlottetown Wednesday evening, about 30 people gathered to talk about municipal elections and what barriers there are that prevent people from running or getting involved with campaigns.

Ottawa, Gatineau traffic updates for Aug. 17

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Follow live traffic updates during Ottawa Morning from 5:30 to 8:30 a.m. and All in a Day from 3 to 6 p.m.

Federal government to announce funding to connect Pikangikum to Ontario power grid

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Canada's Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs is scheduled to be in Thunder Bay, Ont., Thursday to announce funding for a long-awaited power project in the province's remote north.

Protest fears keep Labrador Affairs office closed for 2 months

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The Labrador and Aboriginal Affairs office in Happy Valley-Goose Bay has been closed for nearly two months, as the province continues to work around "protest activity."

Privacy lawyer keen to see if 'Creep Catchers' catch holds up in court

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A sting by a controversial vigilante group in Cape Breton eventually led to the arrest of a Charlottetown man, but Nova Scotia privacy lawyer David Fraser isn't sure the case will stand up in court.

Brampton intersection closed after tractor-trailer slams into taxi, injuring two

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The intersection of Dixie Road and Queen Street East in Brampton is closed following a serious collision in which a tractor-trailer slammed into the back of a taxi early Thursday morning.

Mandatory campus sexual assault policies set for fall rollout

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As students enter campuses across Ontario this fall, there’s change in the air. Or at least on paper. This September marks the first autumn with mandatory sexual assault policies in place at Ontario universities.

CBSA, government to provide update today on Quebec asylum seeker surge

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More than 1,000 are waiting to be processed at the border and the influx has hit a rate immigration lawyer Richard Goldman says is unprecedented.

'Challenges' with current cab provider: Sudbury Airport

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Next year, the Greater Sudbury Airport plans to review its contract for taxi cab service. That contract is currently held by Sudbury Cab, which are the only taxis which can wait at the airport, unless arrangements were made prior to travel.

Search party numbers dwindle in hunt for logger missing from Duck Mountain camp

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Marsha McKelvey just wants to find her uncle, but as more time goes by, the number of committed searchers scouring the dense forests in western Manitoba where he disappeared is declining.

This isn't your average dance mob

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Cellists and dancers could soon be joining together in dance mobs around the world. That's the vision of Alexandra Lee, a cellist from Sudbury, Ont., and the artistic director of Cello Steps.

Upbeat ending for young musicians who had guitars stolen

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Two young boys visiting Saint John from the United States have had their faith in people somewhat restored.

'It just makes my heart so full': P.E.I. swimmer joins her mother as a Canada Games medallist

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Alexa McQuaid joins her mother as a silver medallist for P.E.I. at the Canada Games

Despite sky-high property prices, millennials still driven to own homes: survey

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Despite the high home prices in the GTA, most millennials that are aged 25-30 have a strong desire to own a home but believe it won't happen for them within the next five years, according to a new survey released Thursday by Royal LePage.

Releasing doves may be romantic, until they are attacked by hawks

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Released at a wedding or a funeral, white doves represent eternal love and peace. But for one Nova Scotia veterinarian, they can also represent an animal welfare problem.

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City hopes social media inspires Hamiltonians to be more welcoming to immigrants

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In an era of racial tensions and tiki torch-carrying white nationalists, a local immigration council hopes a new social media campaign will encourage Hamiltonians to be even more immigrant friendly.

Breach of RNC officers' information in Sunshine List accidental, says privacy commissioner

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The Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner (OIPC) has concluded that a privacy breach that led to the salary and employee ID information of some Royal Newfoundland Constabulary officers being published online earlier this year…