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Coast guard monitoring oil spill off southern Vancouver Island | CBC News

U.S. and Canadian authorities say they’re working together to manage an oil spill near San Juan Island, Wash. — just…

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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will visit Canada to talk Ukraine, energy co-operation | CBC News

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will accompany the chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz, on a brief Canadian visit later this month…

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Canada Games history maker Jaida Lee throws first pitch at Blue Jays home game | CBC News

After making history at the Canada Summer Games, 16-year-old Jaida Lee said throwing the first pitch at the Toronto Blue…

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This family-owned business is the largest organic blueberry farm in southwestern Ontario | CBC News

When an unrelated search for a lost dog brought Victoria Spencer onto the property of Bluegroves Farm in West Lorne,…

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Despite teacher shortages, some new grads still face roadblocks getting into classrooms | CBC News

When Megan Ansems received an email this spring from Nova Scotia’s Department of Education and Early Childhood Development containing her teacher…

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What you need to know about Canada’s divisive ArriveCAN app | CBC News

Ottawa is making plans to expand the capabilities of its ArriveCAN app even as criticism continues to mount over the mandatory…

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Daughters of man slain following Vancouver Island prison escape sue Correctional Service of Canada | CBC News

The family of a 60-year-old mail courier who was found dead in his Metchosin, B.C., home after a prison break…

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B.C. radio host suspended for comments on woman’s suicide, domestic abuse | CBC News

WARNING: This article contains details of suicide and abuse. A South Asian radio host in Richmond, B.C., has been suspended…

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Attack on Salman Rushdie prompts Canadians to highlight author’s relentless fight for free speech | CBC News

Canadian writers, editors and literary figures are doubling down on the right to freedom of thought and expression after an…

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It’s been a ‘crazy’ busy wedding summer, but some businesses fear they may never recover from pandemic | CBC News

Couples are finally making their way down wedding aisles in Ontario after years of pandemic-related restrictions derailed many matrimonial plans. For industry…

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