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Canada’s newest coin pays tribute to Oscar Peterson | CBC News

Montreal pianist and jazz musician Oscar Peterson is being honoured with a commemorative coin, released today.  Peterson, who died in…

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Canada’s Leylah Fernandez eliminated from National Bank Open with straight-sets loss to Haddad Maia | CBC Sports

Canada’s Leylah Fernandez was eliminated from the National Bank Open women’s singles tournament following a 7-6 (4), 6-1 loss to Brazil’s…

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Canada’s biggest private-sector union elects Lana Payne as its 1st woman leader | CBC News

In its first contested election in almost 10 years, Canada’s largest private-sector union has elected Lana Payne as the new national president…

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A secret no more: Canada’s 1st codebreaking unit comes out of the shadows | CBC News

For years, Sylvia Gellman’s loved ones were left in the dark about what she did for a living in the early…

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Canada’s economy has lost jobs for 2 months in a row, down 74,000 since May | CBC News

Canada’s economy lost 30,600 jobs in July, Statistics Canada said Friday. It’s the second month in a row of lost…

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Canada’s great expanse of boreal forest is changing due to climate change. But not all hope is lost | CBC News

CBC Alberta and Saskatchewan have teamed up for a new pilot series on weather and climate change on the Prairies.…

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Sing Tao, Canada’s largest Chinese-language newspaper, to end print edition | CBC News

Canada’s largest Chinese-language newspaper will stop publishing its print edition next month after more than four decades in operation. The…

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Pope says genocide took place at Canada’s residential schools for Indigenous children | CBC News

WARNING: This story contains distressing details While the word genocide wasn’t heard in any of Pope Francis’s addresses during a…

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Canada’s economy was flat in May, stoking fears a slowdown is already underway | CBC News

Canada’s economy didn’t expand at all in May, the second month of the year that its failed to eke out…

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Canada’s top women hockey players say there’s much to do to clean up toxic behaviour | CBC Sports

Players on Canada’s senior women’s hockey teams are demanding a “thorough and transparent investigation” into recent allegations of sexual assault…

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