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Canada's economy grew by 0.1% in July, bucking expectations it would shrink (Thu, 29 Sep 2022)
Canadian Crude ND Canada's gross domestic product expanded by 0.1 per cent in July, besting expectations of a decline, as growth in mining, agriculture and the oil and gas sector offset shrinkage in manufacturing.
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Winnipeg mayoral candidate Glen Murray's time at 'dream job' mired by harassment, poor management allegations (Thu, 29 Sep 2022)
glen-murray Winnipeg mayoral candidate Glen Murray was forced to leave his "dream job" as the head of a clean energy think-tank after one year, following complaints about his management, according to former staff and communications obtained by CBC News.
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Uncertainty clouds fate of $40B First Nations child welfare agreement (Sun, 26 Sep 2021)
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Parliament's climate debate is stuck in the past (Thu, 29 Sep 2022)
Atl-Hurricane-Fiona 20220928 Evidence of the cost of climate change — in the form of debris — is scattered across the ground in Atlantic Canada. A report released on Wednesday by the Canadian Climate Institute put the full extent of the problem into cold, hard numbers — reduced GDP, lost jobs, lower income and higher costs for households.
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Canadians won't escape the effects of global currency chaos (Thu, 29 Sep 2022)
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/ A lot of Canadians only think about currencies in terms of what the loonie will buy when they are travelling or shopping online. But a soaring U.S. dollar and a fumbling British financial system are helping to raise the risks of a new kind of global financial crisis.
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Canada's basketball women into World Cup semifinals for 1st time since 1986 (Thu, 29 Sep 2022)
1428637446 No one on Canada's roster was alive the last time the team won a medal at the women's World Cup. Now the Canadians are a win away from securing one for the first time since 1986, when they captured the bronze. Kia Nurse scored 17 points to lead a balanced Canada team to a 79-60 win over Puerto Rico on Thursday in the quarter-finals.
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What you need to know about the bivalent booster shots (Thu, 29 Sep 2022)
COVID-19 Vaccine Booster The new bivalent booster will be available for all adults across the country by the end of this month. Have some questions? Check out our FAQ for what you need to know.
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Broken promises, denial of systemic racism strain CAQ-Indigenous relations going into Oct. 3 vote (Thu, 29 Sep 2022)
QUE First Nations 20210929 In his 2019 apology, the CAQ's François Legault vowed to "absolutely avoid imposing solutions" on Indigenous communities. But in the years since, AFN regional chief Ghislain Picard says, Legault's taken "still very much a colonial approach."
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Voters in northwestern Ontario have plenty of options in upcoming mayors races. Few of them are women (Thu, 29 Sep 2022)
Thunder Bay Municipal Election In northwestern Ontario’s 10 most populous municipalities, only two women are running for mayor. The four largest — Thunder Bay, Kenora, Dryden and Fort Frances — do not have a single woman seeking the mayor’s office.
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Fiona reshaped P.E.I.'s coastlines, stoking fears for the Island's future (Thu, 29 Sep 2022)
Oyster Bed Bridge A picture of how much post-tropical storm Fiona has reshaped Prince Edward Island is beginning to emerge — and in some cases, whole coastlines made of sand and stone have been erased.
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City of Vaughan won't say why it refunded $11M earmarked for parks to developer (Thu, 29 Sep 2022)
Vaughan development-City Hall The City of Vaughan is refusing to say why it quietly refunded more than $11 million to a developer despite having fought in court to keep the money for taxpayers and public parks. 
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Devastating 1922 forest fire changed northern Ontario for ever (Thu, 29 Sep 2022)
Haileybury fire 1922 It's been a century since one of the worst wildfires in Ontario's history destroyed entire villages, left thousands homeless and changed one northern town forever.
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Fiona's insurance bill could hit $700M — but most damage won't be covered (Wed, 28 Sep 2022)
NOVA SCOTIA FIONA Post-tropical storm Fiona is well on its way to be the costliest storm ever to hit Atlantic Canada, and most of its financial toll won't be covered by insurance.
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Trial put on hold in residential school reparations class action after parties agree to negotiate (Wed, 28 Sep 2022)
Residential School Remains 20210715 The federal government will be sitting down with lawyers representing 326 First Nations to negotiate instead of going to trial after deciding to settle a case seeking residential school reparations.
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Police seize waterfront home, Lamborghinis and millions of dollars in drugs bound for Alberta (Wed, 28 Sep 2022)
guns and house Fifteen people and a Calgary business have been charged following a cross-border, $55-million drug bust. It's believed they were bringing cocaine and methamphetamine  produced by Mexican cartels to Alberta, says a police organization dedicated to serious and organized crime. 
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