There's an election on Prince Edward Island next week and little ol' PEI might be about to make Canadian political history. Again.
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When Tiger Woods won his 15th major championship at The Masters on Sunday at age 43-after a decade of public pain, the entire world was watching.
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A new bill in Nova Scotia presumes consent to donation unless citizens in the province opt out. If it becomes law, it would be the first of its kind in North America.
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There will never be another tv show like Game of Thrones, but there will be plenty of stories inspired by the series that begins its last season on Sunday.
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Today's discussion with climate scientist Katherine Hayhoe is an answer to the despair you might feel when reading the latest news stories
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We've focused on teaching children and adolescents how to sniff out scams and misinformation online, and largely ignored the elderly people among us.
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When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's child is born, the British tabloids will have to grapple with the first hint of diversity in the royal bloodline.
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You might think you know the story of how Humboldt, Sask. rebuilt its shattered community after a devastating bus crash claimed 16 lives. You don't, really.
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Instead of a legendary achievement towards equality, the world got a good look at the challenges facing women in traditionally male-dominated fields.
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Did the federal carbon tax just drive up the price of gas in four provinces? It sure did, and lots of other things, too.
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Welcome to the corner where the housing crisis meets the opioid crisis meets the mental health crisis meets a rapidly aging population.
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Former justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould secretly recorded a conversation with Michael Wernick in which she claims the country's top public servant issued veiled threats that she'd lose her job as justice minister if she didn't intervene to stop the criminal prosecution of SNC-Lavalin.
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What can they do with that data? Depends on who you ask. Should you be worried? They say no, and privacy experts disagree.
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The warmer it gets this summer — both in terms of the temperature and Canada's upcoming election—the more likely we are to discuss climate change, and policy intended to combat it.
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Andrew Scheer's Conservatives have asked the ethics committee to open an investigation into the SNC-Lavalin affair, basically, the same investigation the Liberal-controlled justice committee ended last week.
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Millions of Canadian kids have NHL hopes, but very few have given up as much in their pursuit of it as this kid from Russia.
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For the past few months, one publication has been posting stories about things in Canadian politics that...just aren't happening.
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Ahead of Canada's 2019 federal campaign, the government took measures to introduce transparency to tech platforms hosting paid political ads.
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