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District of Wells, Barkerville area under evacuation order as B.C. heat wave fans wildfires (Thu, 18 Jul 2024)
Red and orange flames rise from a forest on a dark night.
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Canada braces for Trump 2.0 as the former president takes the lead in U.S. presidential race (Sun, 21 Jul 2024)
A man in a blue suit and a bandage on his right ear, raises his right hand in a fist. Polls suggest former president Donald Trump is in a strong position to win back the presidency this November — a development that could have wide-ranging implications for Canada given just how tumultuous the first term was for this country.
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'Nothing short of a miracle': Missing N.L. fishing crew arrives home safely (Sat, 20 Jul 2024)
Two men hugging in a crowd of people. The crew of the Elite Navigator, the fishing vessel missing since Wednesday, were greeted Saturday afternoon by hundreds of people celebrating their return.
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University of Victoria issues trespass notice to pro-Palestinian protesters (Sun, 21 Jul 2024)
Two protesters hold up signs reading 'Stop funding genocide' and 'Immediate and permanent ceasefire now!' Protesters at the university have been demanding the school cut financial and academic ties with Israeli entities due to the ongoing Israel-Hamas war.
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LCBO strike to end Monday after workers ratify tentative agreement (Sun, 21 Jul 2024)
LCBO Workers and supporters hold a strike rally at a picket line in front of an LCBO store in Toronto on July 6, 2024. The ratification means the first-ever strike at the LCBO will officially come to an end after midnight on Monday. The LCBO says it plans to reopen all closed retail stores on Tuesday.
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'Nuisance' beavers relocated, put to work in dried-up watershed in B.C. Interior (Sun, 21 Jul 2024)
Two beavers stand by a water bucket cleaning themselves. The beavers were residing on two farms near Merritt, B.C., doing what beavers do: eating trees, diverting water, and causing floods.
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He faced discrimination playing softball in Cape Breton. They want his legacy to be recognized (Sun, 21 Jul 2024)
An old black-and-white photo shows five men standing together wearing baseball uniforms. The title above says Glace Bay Auto Supply Rockets: four-man team. Two Nova Scotians have made it their mission to get a leading Black softball player inducted into the Cape Breton Sport Hall of Fame.
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Research team descends on Alberta to track frequency, severity of hailstorms (Sun, 21 Jul 2024)
Group of students behind technological prototypes. Southern Alberta is known for its destructive hailstorms, but some experts are predicting that the Edmonton region might start seeing similar storms.
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Dozens of Whitehorse pups parade for dog-lover's 90th birthday (Sun, 21 Jul 2024)
An elderly woman offers a cookie to a brown medium-haired dog For Niki Simcoe's 90th birthday last week, friends whisked her to Shipyards Park for a surprise dog parade. For the lifelong dog lover, it was a dream come true.
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Invasive fish species dumped in Manitoba lakes disrupting 'very delicate' ecosystems: fisheries manager (Sun, 21 Jul 2024)
A man on a green shirt stands on wood dock in front of lake and a forest. Illegally introduced fish species in Manitoba's water bodies are having an adverse impact on native fish populations, which have since declined in numbers and become less healthy, and on anyone who relies on native fish species for economic, cultural or traditional reasons.
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Be warned: After global tech outage, phishing schemes and scammers may try to exploit you (Fri, 19 Jul 2024)
Fingers on keyboard
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LCBO strike to end with stores set to reopen Tuesday (Sat, 20 Jul 2024)
LCBO Workers and supporters hold a strike rally at a picket line in front of an LCBO store. The Liquor Control Board of Ontario and the union representing 10,000 of its workers reached a tentative agreement Saturday more than two weeks after the strike began.
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More oyster licences on P.E.I. placed under quarantine following discovery of parasite (Sat, 20 Jul 2024)
Bucket of dead oysters The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it has placed more P.E.I. sites under quarantine following the discovery of a parasite that affects oysters.
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Labrador City wildfire evacuation partially lifted (Sat, 20 Jul 2024)
Cars bumper to bumper on a single lane highway N.L. Premier Andrew Furey says firefighter projections suggest the danger from wildfires to Labrador City and Wabush is over.
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Canada women's soccer player Sydney Collins to miss Olympics with fractured leg (Sat, 20 Jul 2024)
Canadian female soccer player defends against an Australian female soccer player during the second half of their friendly match at Starlight Stadium on December 01, 2023 in Langford, British Columbia. Canada won 5-0. Defender Sydney Collins will not compete for the Canadian women's soccer team at the Paris Olympics after fracturing her left leg during a closed-door match against Nigeria in Marbella, Spain on Wednesday.
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