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Ariana Grande offers message of hope on attack anniversary

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Ariana Grande has shared a message of hope with fans on the anniversary of the bombing at Manchester Arena that killed 22 people.

'American Idol' crowns its latest winner

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Caleb Lee Hutchinson, left, and Maddie Poppe perform on the season finale American Idol. (Eric McCandless / ABC via AP)

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Hydro One's planned merger with U.S. energy firm Avista passes another hurdle

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Hydro One Ltd. and Avista Corp. say their proposed merger has cleared another hurdle in the U.S.

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Ontario Liberals target 'fiscal mistakes' made by NDP as campaign heats up

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NDP Leader Andrea Horwath responded to calls from the Liberals to adjust their platform on Monday, saying that the party will stick with their platform even though it'll cost $1.4 billion more per year than originally expected.

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WestJet confident deal will be reached with pilots as talks continue this week

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WestJet Airlines says they are confident they will reach an agreement with their pilots as negotiations continue this week.

Monday, May 21

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Despite Spotify change, R. Kelly's streams still intact

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Streaming numbers for R. Kelly have remained intact a week after Spotify announced it had removed the R&B singer's music from its playlists, citing its new policy on hate content and hateful conduct.

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Sask. couple survives being buried in mudslide on B.C. highway

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A Saskatchewan couple is recovering in hospital after a mudslide swept them off a cliff in British Columbia.

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Majority of flood evacuation orders lifted in Boundary region of B.C.

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About 40 firefighters are working in the region to assess damage at each property.

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The growing impatience of an industry town: 'This has really created tension'

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The picturesque harbour town of Pictou, N.S., has had an uneasy relationship with its job-rich, toxin-spewing neighbour almost since it opened in 1967. Now, the Northern Pulp mill is facing a possibly existential challenge over the massive…

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Halifax dispensary once again the target of break-in, police raid

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A Halifax cannabis dispensary has once again found itself the target of an alleged break-in followed by a police raid in what the store's owner said is becoming a pattern.

Taylor Swift is doing more to stop scalpers than Ontario's new ticket act: experts

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Step aside Ontario lawmakers, because Taylor Swift is giving you a lesson in how to deflect concert scalpers.

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School victims honoured at Billboard Awards; Janet, BTS shine

The 2018 Billboard Music Awards paid tribute to the students and teachers affected by recent deadly shootings in Texas and Florida, while the night also featured show-stopping performances by iconic singer Janet Jackson and K-pop group BTS.

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Technology exists to fix design flaws of the 'Alert Ready' system: expert

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The technology exists to fix some of the design flaws in Canada's mobile emergency alert system that was tested last week for an Amber Alert issued in Ontario, some experts say.

Ontario NDP leader pledges end to long-weekend gas pump 'gouging,' details vague

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The leader of Ontario's New Democrats pledged in vague terms on Sunday to tackle long-weekend spikes in gasoline prices, alleging that opportunistic gas companies are gouging hard-pressed motorists at the pumps.

Sunday, May 20

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'Deadpool 2' ends Avengers' box-office reign, rakes in US$125M

Fox's "Deadpool 2" brought in $125 million according to studio estimates Sunday and ended the three-week reign of Disney's "Avengers: Infinity War" at the top of the North American box office.

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'Shoplifters' wins Palme d'Or at Cannes

Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda's "Shoplifters" is the winner of the Palme d'Or award at the Cannes Film Festival.

Saturday, May 19

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Craft cannabis growers in B.C. sound alarm over survival of the sector

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Growers and sellers want Ottawa to take steps to protect the future of their businesses ahead of legalization.

Friday, May 18

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Questions into cause of Cuba plane crash that killed 110

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Grieving relatives of passengers who perished in Cuba's worst aviation disaster wait for the identification of the bodies at the morgue in Havana, Cuba, Sunday, May 20, 2018. Officials say 110 people died when a charter passenger jet hired…

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'Arrested Development' stars stand by co-star Tambor

The cast of "Arrested Development" made it clear they fully support co-star Jeffrey Tambor as the beleaguered actor made one of his first public appearances at the show's premiere.

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Paul Bernardo to stand trial on weapon possession charge in Napanee

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Convicted killer Paul Bernardo will stand trial in October on a weapon possession charge laid in connection with an offence allegedly committed in a maximum-security prison.

Officials confirm injuries after Texas high school shooting

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Injuries have been confirmed following a shooting Friday at a high school near Houston and the suspected shooter has been arrested, according to school officials.

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YouTube picks Canadian Jessie Reyez to launch new marketing blitz platform

Canadian singer Jessie Reyez sings about her dreams of rising to the upper ranks of music and YouTube hopes its new marketing campaign will play a role getting her there.

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Gas prices expected to spike as long weekend brings out Canadian drivers

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Motorists in many parts of Canada are expected to see rising gasoline prices as they fire up their vehicles for road adventures on the Victoria Day long weekend.

Paul Bernardo to appear in court via video on weapons charge

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Convicted killer Paul Bernardo is scheduled to make a court appearance in Napanee, Ont., today via video from prison.

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Movie Reviews: 'Deadpool 2' works both as superhero flick and twisted family drama

The jokes and the set pieces are bigger and badder but it’s the mushy stuff that prevents “Deadpool 2” from slipping solely into freak show mode. It's a movie that works both as a superhero flick and as a twisted family drama.

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Physician's prescriptions faulted in 3 Doors Down guitarist's overdose: expert

A pain specialist faults prescriptions by an Alabama physician accused of federal crimes in the 2016 drug overdose death of a former guitarist for rock band 3 Doors Down.

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Border agents diverted to help with asylum influx; union fears travel delays

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Border security officers are being diverted from across Canada to help with an anticipated spike in the number of asylum seekers crossing irregularly into Quebec.

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Did the Backstreet Boys just drop the song of the summer?

The Backstreet Boys are back with 'Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,' their first single in five years. In less than 24 hours, the song racked up more than 1.2 million views on YouTube and became the most purchased song on iTunes.

Thursday, May 17

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Subway accordion players learn new tune, TTC remains unimpressed

Two accordion players who have entertained and annoyed Toronto subway riders with their performances of the hit song "Despacito" have learned a new tune, but the city's transit agency says the men are still breaking the law.

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Terms of reference for Nova Scotia Desmond inquiry to be released soon:minister

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Nova Scotia's justice minister says the terms of reference will be released soon for the public inquiry into the deaths of Afghan war veteran Lionel Desmond and his family.