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Deputy Prime Minister Freeland en route to Mexico to discuss CUSMA: source
CUSMA was signed in November last year, but formal approval by the U.S. was held up by Democratic lawmakers who urged the Trump administration for changes.
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YWCA dating program for youths targets gender-based violence
Dating Safe starts with 13- and 14-year-olds in Grade 8. The same students will receive one-hour booster sessions in Grades 9 and 10.
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Kenney urges Trudeau government to take ‘meaningful action’ to address separatist sentiments in Alberta
The Alberta premier warned separatist sentiment is real in the West, but cast himself as a federalist champion and “proud patriot of Canada.”
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East Kelowna house fire presumed to have started in furnace, officials say
Authorities say no injuries were sustained in the blaze, but that the home suffered some structural damage. 
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Trudeau speaks with Premier Higgs about potential Fredericton abortion clinic closure
Last October, Clinic 554 announced it would have to close its doors due to a provincial law that prevents out-of-hospital abortions from being covered by Medicare.
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Canadiens prospect Cole Caufield part of Team USA preliminary roster
Joins another Habs prospect, Jordan Harris, among 28 players getting ready for the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship.
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Cold weather potentially dangerous for people with asthma
The extreme cold warning in Saskatchewan could be tough on people with asthma, but there are ways to control the chronic lung disease.
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Final brick in ground: London city officials celebrate end to Dundas Place construction
A block party will be happening the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 13 to encourage people to come and see the finished project.
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LILLEY: Freeing the Michaels by hitting China where it hurts
Could Canada hit China hard in an attempt to free Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, held in Chinese prisons for a year now without charge? With no diplomatic fix in sight, a University of Ottawa law professor has suggested closing Canada’s skies to Chinese cargo planes. Writing in Maclean’s, Amir Attaran points out that as […]
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Climate change threatens water resources for 1.9 billion people, study reveals
A new study suggests climate change is one of the many factors that could threaten the fresh water resources for 1.9 billion people globally.
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Bill Morneau prepared to talk to provincial finance ministers about ‘equalization rebate’
Morneau told reporters he is happy to have a conversation on the Fiscal Stabilization Program, but would not commit to a change
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Second man arrested for threats against women on anniversary of Polytechnique massacre
Mohamed Ilyes Krimed, 20, appeared in court during the weekend on two counts of making threats and inciting hatred
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Ex-White House doctor running for Congress in Texas
Ronny Jackson is one of 13 candidates vying for a seat in Texas’s heavily Republican 13th District.
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Warrant valid in search of Salmon Arm property: B.C. judge
Curtis Sagmoen is accused of five charges, including uttering threats and disguising his face with intent to commit a crime.
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More checkstops for impaired drivers a holiday tradition: Saskatoon police sergeant
Six additional checkstops are expected in the city between Dec. 9 and during New Year's Eve.
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Pop-up store at Moncton city hall upsets some local business owners
An international cosmetics retailer testing the shopping climate in Moncton ahead of the holidays has some local artisans accusing the city of unfair treatment.
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Police in Lethbridge, Alta., charge 5 people in swarming after teen seriously injured
Police say the teen, who had been stabbed multiple times, was taken to hospital and was later transferred to Calgary for treatment of serious injuries.
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Caught on camera: Woman pushed out of wheelchair in thwarted theft attempt
An Arizona man wearing reindeer slippers was arrested after he allegedly tried to rob a woman of her wheelchair while on a light-rail train.
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New financial protections in place after fraud, city committee hears 
City manager Jeff Jorgenson says the city has never been so resilient, but legal costs are around $100,000.
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‘Don’t hide behind your sickness’: N.S. woman to receive life-saving treatment for rare disease
Mary Anne Conrad lives with Evans syndrome, a rare blood disease in which the immune system destroys the body's red blood cells, white blood cells and/or platelets.
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‘A girly girl who adores makeup’; Woman accused in brutal Moncton murder seeks pen pals while awaiting second trial
Marissa Shephard, one of six women on a website connecting inmates to the community through letter writing, describes herself as having 'wisdom way beyond my years'
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Police arrest London, Ont., man after woman defrauded of $1.25 million
The London Police Service offered few details about the fraud, which they allege took place between 2013 and 2018.
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Sask. Progressive Conservatives question Regina Bypass spending
According to a 2013 study, more than 22,000 vehicles use the Diefenbaker Bridge on a daily basis.
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Paul LaPolice ready for another run at CFL as head coach of Ottawa Redblacks
Nearly seven years after his last head coaching gig, Paul LaPolice believes his past experiences as both a head coach and co-ordinator will serve him well in new challenge.
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New documents show U.S. government misled public on progress in Afghanistan war
The documents quote officials close to the 18-year war effort describing a campaign by the U.S. government to distort the grim reality of the war.
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Carbon monoxide from car in garage killed Côte-St-Luc couple: coroner
Woman probably forgot to turn her car’s ignition off after parking it in the garage
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7 arrested, 4 hospitalized after 20 ‘gangsters’ get in Yaletown knife fight: police
Four men were taken to hospital with stab wounds, while police arrested seven people at the scene
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Martin Regg Cohn: Liberals slow-motion leadership race could keep the party in exile
The Liberals are still recovering from their last electoral disaster, which is why they should avoid sleepwalking to the next one, or they may wake up in the wilderness yet again, Martin Regg Cohn writes.
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Ivanka Trump was personal friends with former British spy Christopher Steele, according to person familiar with the situation
Steele and Ivanka first met in 2007, two years before she married husband Jared Kushner, the person said.
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Calgary Board of Education reverses teacher layoffs while Catholic board hikes school bus fees
The CBE may reverse the layoffs for over 300 teachers. At the same time, bus fees are going up for families of students in the Calgary Catholic school district.
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‘It’s not like television’: Why you should know exactly where you are when calling 911
"I think TV and movies have kind of tricked the public into thinking there's a blinking dot on the screen and we know exactly where you are," said one 911 call taker.
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Sask. government will submit formal immigration plan to Ottawa in ‘next couple of weeks’: minister
Saskatchewan's Immigration Minister Jeremy Harrison said the province will submit a formal policy proposal to Ottawa in the next couple weeks looking to expand autonomy over immigration.
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Police apprehend man who barricaded himself inside Victoria synagogue
Police say the man was suffering a mental health crisis, and has been transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. 
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RCMP not negligent in death of B.C. teen whose overdose was filmed: watchdog
The Independent Investigations Office says the overdose death of 14-year-old Carson Crimeni was a “tragic incident” but police played no role in that outcome and it’s not recommending charges.
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West Island Assistance Fund building in Pierrefonds-Roxboro destroyed in major fire
Approximately 150 firefighters were called to the scene on rue du Centre, according to Montreal Fire Department spokesperson Stephanie Lorrain.
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Rosie DiManno: Athletics ‘ban’ against Russia doesn’t go far enough
Russia really is in a league of its own when it comes to cheating in sports, writes Rosie DiManno.
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AUPE nurses protest schedule changes at Calgary seniors facility
Dozens of Calgary nurses rallied outside Carewest's Colonel Belcher senior home on Monday, vocalizing their opposition to proposed schedule changes.
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Canadians say ‘not enough’ to anti-doping agency sanctions on Russia
Canadian racewalker Evan Dunfee isn’t convinced the field will be fair at next year’s Summer Olympics because Russians will still be able to compete as neutral athletes.
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‘Whether it’s 300 or 700, it’s not enough’: Canadian health care slow to adopt physician assistants
Physician assistants could help ease some of the strain on Canada’s understaffed health-care system, but experts say the country is dragging its feet on bringing them into the fold.
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Hamilton protester kicked man’s head like a ‘soccer ball,’ witness says
A Mohawk College professor who joined colleagues supporting anti-hate demonstrators at City Hall on Saturday says it was 'a little bit disturbing.'
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Fire destroys West Island Assistance Fund offices in Roxboro
A fire at the corner of Centre-Commercial Street and 4th Ave. South in Roxboro destroyed the offices of the West Island Assistance Fund.
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