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Aeroplan members targeted in phishing scam

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Websites that appear identical to the one used for the Aeroplan rewards program are swindling some Canadians out of their hard-earned points, experts say.

7-year-old survives dad's drunk crash, killed by another car

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Police say a 7-year-old girl was struck and killed as she tried to get help after her father drunkenly crashed into an abandoned vehicle on an interstate in suburban Detroit.

'Kloe inside washer': Mom's post about girl trapped in front-loading machine goes viral

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A mother is warning other parents about the dangers of front-loaded laundry equipment after her three-year-old daughter became trapped in a new washing machine.

Members of PM's Youth Council call on Trudeau to halt Kinder Morgan buyout

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Members of the Prime Minister’s Youth Council are calling on Justin Trudeau to halt the government’s $4.5-billion purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline, arguing that it violates his promises to environmentalists and indigenous peoples…

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RCMP appeal for public's help in finding missing Manitoba man


RCMP in Manitoba are appealing for the public’s help seven weeks after a missing Manitoba man’s burnt out truck was found.


Video shows moment of lava explosion on tour boat

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The moment that a tour boat off the cost of Hawaii was hit by a torrent of molten rock, leaving 23 people injured, was captured on camera by one of the boat’s passengers.

Nearly a billion emojis sent each day on Facebook Messenger

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For World Emoji Day, Tuesday, July 17, 2018, Facebook has revealed that more than 900 million emojis are sent every day, without text, on Messenger.


Russia's post-summit view: Praise for Putin, pity for Trump

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While the U.S. leader went home to widespread criticism after their Monday meeting, the Russian president came home to universal praise in Moscow -- even though there were no major breakthroughs.

Physicians urge Ottawa to pay another $21B over decade for seniors health care

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Physicians are calling on the federal government to shell out another $21 billion over the next decade to help provinces and territories pay for soaring health care costs that will be propelled by the unavoidable growth of Canada's seniors…


Alberta town divided over program to kill feral rabbits at cost of $300 per bunny

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An Alberta town remains divided over a controversial program to kill feral rabbits at a cost of nearly $300 per bunny.


Ontario education minister flip-flops on sex-ed curriculum stance


Ontario's education minister went back and forth Monday on just what students will learn while her government scraps the province's modernized sex-ed curriculum.


Woman arrested, charged with acting as Russian agent in U.S.

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Federal prosecutors in Washington revealed Monday that they have arrested a 29-year-old woman and accused her of working as a covert Russian agent, gathering intelligence on American officials and political organizations through her gun…

U.S. files WTO challenge over Canada's retaliatory tariffs

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The United States says it's firing back at the Canadian government's recent retaliatory tariffs on American imports by launching a formal challenge with the World Trade Organization.


Drowning of NHL goalie Ray Emery in Hamilton not suspicious, police say


The drowning of former NHL goalie Ray Emery does not appear suspicious, police said.

Monday, Jul 16

Exotic corpse flower begins to emit its putrid scent in Vancouver

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The largest flower on Earth began to bloom Sunday evening, and is living up to its stinky reputation.

Indonesia mob kills hundreds of crocodiles in revenge killing

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A mob has slaughtered nearly 300 crocodiles at a breeding ground in Indonesia's West Papua province in retaliation for the death of a local man.

Iceman's last meal provides insight into Copper Age diet

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Researchers from the Institute for Mummy Studies have gained valuable insight into the diet of Copper Age humans – by taking a look inside the stomach of the Iceman.

Royal Family releases official photos of Prince Louis' christening

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Kensington Palace has released official photos to mark Prince Louis’ christening.

Sunday, Jul 15

Former NHL goaltender Ray Emery drowns in Ontario harbour: police

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Ray Emery, the former NHL goaltender whose career spanned more than a decade and included stops in Ottawa, Chicago and Philadelphia, drowned in Hamilton Harbour on Sunday, police said.

Novak Djokovic beats Anderson for fourth Wimbledon title

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Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates defeating Rafael Nadal of Spain in the men's singles semifinal match at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, in London, Saturday July 14, 2018. (Andrew Couldridge, Pool via AP)

May: Trump told me to 'sue the EU' over Brexit

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Donald Trump advised British Prime Minister Theresa May to "sue" the European Union in the tense negotiations over Britain's exit from the bloc, May said Sunday.

Coyote traps removed from Ontario park after backlash

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A city in southwestern Ontario has removed coyote traps from a popular park after images of a trapped animal were shared online.

Saturday, Jul 14

Frozen berry mixes recalled due to possible salmonella contamination

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Health Canada says a brand of frozen mixed berries is being recalled because of possible salmonella contamination.

Trump faults Obama for U.S. response to Russian hacking

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U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday tried to blame the Obama administration for not responding aggressively enough to Russian hacking of Democratic targets in the 2016 U.S. election -- cyberattacks underpinning the indictment of 12…

Best steak in Canada might be thanks to this $80,000 bull

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Two years ago, a Calgary restauranteur and an Alberta rancher teamed up to buy an $80,000 Black Angus bull. Now beef from the bull’s progeny is hitting the menu, and it’s being billed as the best steak in Canada.

Second large fire breaks out in Montreal just blocks away

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Hundreds of firefighters were dispatched to two separate blazes just blocks apart in Montreal Friday, and officials say at least three people have been hospitalized.

Friday, Jul 13

Mailman who stole homeowner's tomatoes apologizes with a gift

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A Canada Post employee will not be disciplined for snacking on produce belonging to homes along his route – but he has tried to make up for the theft.

Defiant Trump blames Obama for Russian election meddling

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Will timing of indictments affect controversial summit?

Why investing in pot could pose problems at the U.S. border

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It’s not just admitting to cannabis use that can cause headaches for Canadians at the U.S. border, investing in American pot companies can also pose problems, like it did for one prominent businessman who was banned for life.

Thursday, Jul 12

Woman says she'll sue nephew over $1.2M Chase the Ace prize

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A Nova Scotia woman and her nephew are locked in a feud over a seven-figure prize won in the lottery sensation known as Chase the Ace.

Australia fines parents who don’t vaccinate kids. Should Canada?

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Canada could look at the lead of Australia, which is jabbing deeper at parents who don’t vaccinate their children by cutting child tax benefits, says a Canadian vaccine specialist, though he would prefer parents be rewarded for vaccinating…

Toronto police resume 'normal operations' after boosting presence around tourist sites

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Toronto police have resumed ‘normal operations’ after fanning out across the city due to ‘unconfirmed and uncorroborated information of a threat.’