House passes $17 billion in disaster aid but divide over border wall funding, help for Puerto Rico hinders deal
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House passes $17 billion in disaster aid but divide over border wall funding, help for Puerto Rico hinders deal

CLOSE California officials are rolling out a plan to remove more dead trees and underbrush…

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U.S., China break off latest trade talks without announcing deal, as new tariffs rile markets
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U.S., China break off latest trade talks without announcing deal, as new tariffs rile markets

CLOSE The Trump administration raised duties on $200 billion of Chinese imports to 25% from…

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Facebook rejects ads for traditional Inuit knives, calling them ‘weapons’
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Facebook rejects ads for traditional Inuit knives, calling them ‘weapons’

An artist in Yellowknife says Facebook is culturally discriminating against Inuit after the site rejected…

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Bears and barbed wire: Ontario’s MNRF to set up traps to catch fur samples for population estimates
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Bears and barbed wire: Ontario’s MNRF to set up traps to catch fur samples for population estimates

Black bears in northwestern Ontario will get an easy snack after the May long weekend,…

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Macron and Zuckerberg meet in Paris, as France urges Facebook to tackle hate speech, extremism
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Macron and Zuckerberg meet in Paris, as France urges Facebook to tackle hate speech, extremism

France welcomed Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg on Friday with a threat of sweeping new regulation. With…

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Doctors urge hospitals to let more rural women give birth in home communities
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Doctors urge hospitals to let more rural women give birth in home communities

Brianne Gowman is 32 weeks pregnant and can’t stop worrying about where in rural Nova…

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Mi’kmaw nurse explains how indigenous pain often misunderstood
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Mi’kmaw nurse explains how indigenous pain often misunderstood

It’s a question repeatedly asked in hospitals and medical clinics: rate your pain on a scale…

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WHO warns Ebola could spread elsewhere if attacks on health workers don’t stop
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WHO warns Ebola could spread elsewhere if attacks on health workers don’t stop

The World Health Organization warned Friday that it may not be possible to contain Ebola…

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Wild Rose Brewery agrees to be acquired by Sleeman
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Wild Rose Brewery agrees to be acquired by Sleeman

Alberta’s craft beer industry is about to get shaken up as one of the most…

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Canada’s economy adds 106,500 jobs, most in a month since 1976
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Canada’s economy adds 106,500 jobs, most in a month since 1976

Canada’s labour market delivered a surprise Friday with its biggest one-month employment surge since 1976,…

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