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Canadian soldiers heading to Mali take final training exercise

Canadian soldiers heading to Mali take final training exercise

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About 250 Canadian soldiers who are heading to Mali took part in their final training exercise. 3:11

Baillie Redfern, 29, hopes the Canadian military will be able to save her year with a new program that will create additional family medicine residency spots across the country. She was one of about 115 Canadian medical school graduates who didn't ge

Canadian medical school grads unable to get a residency may get a spot under new program funded by military

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These grads need to finish 2 to 5 years of compulsory, hands-on training before they can practise as doctors

Elijah Fisher, with a basketball in one hand and his younger brother, Daniel, in the other. (Tina Mackenzie/CBC)

Hoop Dreams: Meet Elijah Fisher, Canada's 13-year-old basketball phenomenon

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Even though Fisher's parents constantly reassure their teenage son that none of that matters, no one can talk him out of chasing his dreams.

GETTY IMAGES / Donald Trump has given Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau much to think about

Where does Trump's 'America First' leave Canada?

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Donald Trump has been keeping Canada on its toes since he became US president at the start of last year.

REUTERS / Mourners pay their respects to the Toronto van attack victims

Toronto van attack: Coroner officially identifies all 10 victims

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A Canadian coroner has formally identified all 10 victims who died in a vehicle-ramming attack in Toronto on Monday.

LINKEDIN / Suspect Alek Minassian is due to appear in court on Tuesday morning

Toronto van attack: Suspect quizzed after 10 pedestrians killed

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Canadian police are questioning a man suspected of driving a rented van into pedestrians in northern Toronto on Monday, killing 10 and injuring 15.

A tarp lays on top of a body on Yonge Street after a van ploughed into pedestrians in Toronto. Picture: AFPSource:AFP

9 dead, 16 injured as pedestrians struck 'one after one' in north Toronto van attack

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Alek Minassian, 25, is the alleged driver in the attack, CBC News has confirmed

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9 dead, 16 injured after van plows into pedestrians in Toronto (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

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Nine people have been killed and 16 more are injured after a white van struck a number of pedestrians in Toronto, police said.

A CIBC financial adviser says she was disheartened by the findings of the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada on banks' sales practices, saying the pressure to sell continues at her branch. (Evan Mitsui/CBC)

CIBC financial adviser 'stunned' that federal investigation found bank customers not widely upsold

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Regulator warns that banks are not there to look after customers' interests


youth hockey crash victims raises $8.5M

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That sum more than quadrupled the initial goal of $2 million set by Sylvie Kellington, the Humboldt resident who started the GoFundMe campaign.

“We will not be pushed into accepting any old deal, and no deal might very well be better for Canada than a bad deal,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said of Nafta in Chicago this month. Credit Scott Olson/Getty ImagesOTTAWA — Nothing has reshaped C

If Trump Rips Up Nafta, Canada May Shrug, Not Shudder

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The prime minister’s remarks may have been a negotiating tactic. But many trade experts say the changes to the world’s trading system that have come about since Canada and the United States opened their mutual border in 1989 mean that an end to Nafta would not be a devastating blow to the world’s 10th largest economy.

Canada’s skip Rachel Homan delivers a stone against Great Britain during round-robin action in Gangneung, South Korea on Feb. 21, 2018.  Reuters/Phil Noble

Rachel Homan’s rink out of medal contention in women’s curling at 2018 Winter Olympics

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Rachel Homan’s fifth loss Wednesday eliminated them from medal contention.

Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, his wife Gregoire Trudeau and his children arrive at Air Force Station Palam in New Delhi on February 17, 2018. © Prakash Singh / AFP

Trudeau apparently snubbed by Indian PM Modi on 1st state visit

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau began a week-long state visit to India on Saturday night, but social media users were quick to point out the frosty reception he has received from the Indian prime minister.

U.S. President Donald Trump complained about the trade practices of Canada and other 'so-called allies' during a meeting with state and local officials about infrastructure. (Carolyn Kaster/Associated Press)

U.S. President has complained in the past about Canadian dairy controls and softwood lumber

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U.S. President has complained in the past about Canadian dairy controls and softwood lumber

A Canadian flag standing on the ice flies in front of Centre Block. The national anthem is now gender neutral as the the bill making the change received royal assent Wednesday. (Justin Tang/Canadian Press)

O Canada now officially gender neutral after bill receives royal assent

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Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer disappointed by how the government went about changing anthem

Pierre Coriolan was fatally shot by police in the hallway of his Montreal apartment building last June. His family is suing the city for about $163,000 for what they have called the 'brutal and excessive' police operation that led to his death.

Family of Montreal man fatally shot by police sues over 'brutal' intervention

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WARNING: This story contains video and audio in which a person is fatally shot. Viewer discretion is advised

Canada considered a similar move in 2010

O Canada: Senate backs gender-neutral changes to national anthem

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The Canadian Senate has passed a bill that changes the text of the English-language version of the national anthem to make it gender-neutral

In this photo dated Jan. 25, 2018, a group of unidentified foreigners are seen at the party police raided in Siem Reap, Cambodia. (Cambodian National Police via AP)

Cambodia charges 2 Canadians, other foreigners accused of pornographic dance

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Police release photos showing clothed young adults rolling around on dance floor at rented villa

Simon Laprise created a fake Deloreon out of snow that received attention from police officers. (Facebook)

Canadian man tricks cops with car made of snow

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A Canadian man’s prank on cops was pure as the driven snow.

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