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Trudeau calls Trans Mountain ‘imperative’... Justin Trudeau continues to insist the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion “will get built,” as Kinder Morgan’s May 31 deadline nears. In Calgary on Tuesday, the Prime Minister said the government is working hard behind the scenes.


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Ottawa contributing $40-million to railway... Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Tuesday that the federal government will contribute $40-million to a new railway crossing in Edmonton. The city and Alberta will cover the remaining $47-million needed for the project.


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Jason Priestley remembers Margot Kidder as... Jason Priestley says he worked on two films with fellow Canadian actor Margot Kidder, who died on Sunday at age 69. Priestley recalls Kidder, who played Lois Lane in several Superman films, as a “beautiful soul.”


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Father of boy who died of meningitis... Canada’s top court has thrown out the guilty verdicts for a couple whose toddler died of bacterial meningitis and ordered a new trial. David Stephan says he and his wife Collet are “extremely grateful” after Tuesday’s ruling.


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Doug Ford says he doesn’t condone ‘lock her... Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford says he doesn’t condone chants of “lock her up” reportedly directed at Kathleen Wynne at a Progressive Conservative rally on Monday. The Ontario Liberal leader says the rhetoric is a “disturbing trend.”


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Howie Mandel on Meghan Markle, Just For Laughs Canadian-born comedian Howie Mandel says he got involved in the purchase of the Just For Laughs festival to help raise its prominence outside of Canada. Mandel also weighed in on Meghan Markle, who appeared on Deal or No Deal, which he hosted.


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Patrick Pichette says all you need in life fits... Former Google CFO Patrick Pichette has been travelling the world and says that, aside from some extra layers in Antarctica, all you need in life can be carried on your back. Video courtesy C100.org.


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Golden Knights ‘satisfied’ with effort in... The expansion Vegas Golden Knights evened the Western Conference final at 1-1 Monday with a 3-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets. Forward Jonathan Marchessault says the team proved they’re able to compete against a “great team.”


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Quebec brewery concocts G7 beer ahead of summit A brewery in Quebec’s Charlevoix region has blended ingredients from all of the G7 member countries into one beer, ahead of June’s summit. Creator Nicolas Marrant says the main ingredient in La G7 beer is a Canadian barley malt.


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Protest, Condemnation Follow US Embassy Opening Protest and condemnation from various countries follows the opening of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem.


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Yanis Marshall says Deadpool suit was... The dancer wearing heels and a Deadpool suit in Celine Dion’s Ashes music video says the costume was a 'nightmare.' Yanis Marshall’s appearance in the video for the Deadpool 2 movie soundtrack has made a huge splash.


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Horwath has ‘no interest’ in Ontario... Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath says she is 'unequivocally' not interested in forming a coalition with the Liberals. The three main party leaders were asked about the possibility on the provincial election campaign trail on Monday.


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Dozens Killed in Palestinian Protests Gaza's Health Ministry says the number of Palestinians killed by Israeli army fire near the Gaza border has reached 37.


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Toronto bakery celebrates royal wedding with... A bakery in Toronto is whipping up lemon elderflower cupcakes, in honour of the wedding cake flavour Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have chosen. Le Dolci’s general manager says the cake is 'more exciting' than traditional fruitcake.


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Resilience Project puts Indigenous women's... The Resilience Project is putting the work of 50 Indigenous women artists on billboards from coast to coast. Artist Lita Fontaine says the project gives the women a voice.


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Jets teammate calls Mark Scheifele’s scoring... Winnipeg Jets centre Mark Scheifele has risen to the top of the NHL's playoff goal list, leading with 12 goals in 13 games. Teammate Josh Morrissey says he is not surprised with Scheifele’s success.


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Doug Ford says he is supportive of new Canadians Ontario PC Leader Doug Ford is facing criticism for suggesting during a leaders’ debate Friday that Ontario has to 'take care of our own.' At a news conference Saturday, Ford said he will 'break down' barriers to help new Canadians


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Trudeau calls New Brunswick community's... Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the flood damage in southern New Brunswick Friday. Trudeau praised the efforts of volunteers and first responders, and said it was clear from his tour that the damage was extensive.


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Action needed against returning Islamic State... Conservative MP Candice Bergen is calling for more action from the government against a self-described terror recruit reportedly living in Toronto. The Canadian appeared on a recent New York Times podcast speaking about his actions as an ISIS militant.


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Freeland praises NAFTA ‘progress’ as talks... Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland stressed that while headway is being made in NAFTA talks in Washington, no deal would happen until 'everything is decided.' Negotiators left for the weekend with multiple issues unresolved.


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Raptors’ president says firing coach Casey... Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri is calling Dwane Casey an 'unbelievable human being,' but says it is time for a change. Casey was fired as coach after the team was eliminated from the playoffs by the Cleveland Cavaliers.


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New Leafs GM Kyle Dubas ‘excited’ to work... The Toronto Maple Leafs named 32-year-old Kyle Dubas as their new general manager on Friday. Leafs president Brendan Shanahan says Dubas showed great “respect” for the franchise in his four years as assistant general manager.


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Kathleen Wynne says she won’t ‘communicate... Ontario Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne says she won’t underestimate Ontarians by reducing 'complex issues down to a soundbite' during her election campaign. Wynne made the comments after Friday’s debate with Doug Ford and Andrea Horwath.


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Ottawa and Quebec to fund Lac-Mégantic rail... Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Friday that a rail bypass funded by the federal and Quebec governments will keep trains out of downtown Lac-Megantic. A train carrying crude oil derailed in the Quebec town in 2013, killing 47 people.


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A glimpse of life of refugee Rohingya children... Life for Rohingya refugees at this camp in Bangladesh is hard and resources are scarce. Some of the children growing up here find moments of reprieve, either at school or dancing to music blaring from speakers wired to a car battery.


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Globe Drive: Rolls-Royce enters SUV market with... It's big, bold, and unmistakingly a Rolls-Royce. The Cullinan is the luxury automaker's entry into the hot super-SUV market that already sees offerings from Lamborghini to Bentley. Rolls says the Cullinan is magic-carpet smooth on the road, but able to tear up the terrain off-road.


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Blake Wheeler on the loyalty of Winnipeg Jets fans Winnipeg Jets captain Blake Wheeler says the team’s fans show support even when the Jets are less successful. The Jets defeated the Nashville Predators Thursday to advance to their first-ever Western Conference final, against Vegas.


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Harper has a right to his opinions on Iran... Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday that Canadian foreign policy is only made in Canada. Trudeau commented after former prime minister Stephen Harper signed a newspaper ad supporting the U.S. decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal.


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Health, education big topics on Day 2 of... While Ontario NDP Leader Andrea Horwath got a teachers’ union endorsement on Thursday, Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne and PC Leader Doug Ford both visited Toronto hospitals on the second day of the province’s election campaign.


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Access to services among election issues for... Residents of northern Ontario’s Kiiwetinoong and Mushkegowuk-James Bay ridings say access to health services, economic development and environmental concerns are among the key issues heading into the June 7 provincial election.


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