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Person of interest in Fourth of July parade shooting near Chicago arrested, police say
A person of interest in the deadly Fourth of July parade shooting in suburban Chicago is in custody after brief chase, police say.
Assembly of First Nations women's council calls for accountability in death of Chantel Moore
2 resolutions to be put forward during annual general assembly
Climate change intensifying, not triggering, northern heat wave: climatologist
A heat warning is in effect for multiple N.W.T. communities. Senior climatologist Dave Phillips said there are many factors that impact weather conditions but that global warming is intensifying the heat and elongating its duration.
Calgary athlete flew to Europe 2 weeks ago and still doesn't have his luggage
Andrew McLaren, 18, is competing in Junior World Orienteering Championships next week but is worried his bag — and his gear — won't arrive in time.
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As Russia declares victory in Luhansk, Ukraine captures tanks and regains territory in neighbouring region
Even as Russia completes the capture of Lysychansk, Ukrainian soldiers say their own army is making modest gains elsewhere. A CBC crew visited the front near the Russian-held city of Izyum.
'She wanted it to stop: Investigator testifies in Amanda Todd sextortion trial
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CN Rail workers ending strike action as parties agree to enter arbitration
Charlottetown doctor downsizes practice by dropping patients
Irving Abella, historian who wrote on Canada's refusal of Jewish refugees, dead at 82
U.S. man held on kidnapping, rape charges in Oregon after missing Edmonton girl found
Regina couple injured in deck collapse wants builder, developer to take responsibility
Paul Haggis released from hotel detention in Italy, lawyer says
More unrest in Canada's airline industry as Sunwing pilots accuse company of negotiating in bad faith
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