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July 31, 2019  

Two dead after tow plane and glider collide in southern Alberta

BLACK DIAMOND, Alta.- Emergency medical officials say two people

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July 30, 2019  

No defence called in trial of man accused of killing B.C. police officer

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. – The lawyer for a man

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July 29, 2019  

Transportation Safety Board sends investigators to assess B.C. seaplane crash

VANCOUVER – The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is

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July 29, 2019  

Companies using technology to close the gender gap, but experts warn of pitfalls

When the Bank of Nova Scotia looked to brainstorm

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July 26, 2019  

N.L. fishing guide among dead in Labrador plane crash, four still missing

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – A funeral for an experienced

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July 25, 2019  

Saskatchewan premier draws ire for tweeting photo of car with Confederate flag

REGINA – Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he meant

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July 24, 2019  

Canadian Pompey staying positive through rehab stint for third concussion

Dalton Pompey needed an activity to quell his frustration

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July 23, 2019  

Winnipeg man charged with mischief in alleged threat to bomb pipeline

MORDEN, Man. – A Winnipeg man is facing mischief

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July 23, 2019  

One dead, one injured after plane crashes into river near Jasper, Alberta

JASPER, Alta. – One person has died and another

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July 23, 2019  

‘Titans’ crew member dead after accident at Toronto special effects facility

TORONTO – Warner Bros. says a crew member died

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July 22, 2019  

$900 million deal reached in class actions on sexual misconduct in military

OTTAWA – The federal government promised $900 million in

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July 22, 2019  

Bad weather delays search for float plane passengers at Labrador crash site

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – Bad weather has forced the

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July 19, 2019  

Worker killed in equipment blast in west end Toronto: police

Toronto police say one person was killed in an

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July 19, 2019  

Manitoba wants to attract Quebec civil servants worried about clothing law

WINNIPEG – The Manitoba government is planning to recruit

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July 19, 2019  

Study highlights need for broader definition of sexual assault in medical setting

Researchers in Ontario say sexual assault needs to be

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July 19, 2019  

Nova Scotia announces $1.9 million to bolster safety training for home care

HALIFAX – Home support workers in Nova Scotia are

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July 18, 2019  

New partnership gives CFL franchises new digital concussion platform

TORONTO – The CFL has entered into a new

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July 18, 2019  

‘Surprising and disappointing’; data gap on gender, minorities at top firms

On Tricia Davis’s first day of work at a

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July 18, 2019  

‘Very scary’: Me Too Mining founder talks about threats, harassment she faced

Susan Lomas was working on a remote mining site

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July 17, 2019  

B.C. on right road with tougher ride hailing driver rules, says expert

VICTORIA – The British Columbia government’s firm position on