Hamilton Tiger-Cats headed to the Grey Cup

Hamilton Tiger-Cats headed to the Grey Cup

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats continue their dream season, heading to the Grey Cup after defeating the Edmonton Eskimos 36-16 in the CFL Eastern Final. Hamilton last won the CFL championship in 1999.
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Calgary man talks about tongue-tingling therapy for MS

Calgary man talks about tongue-tingling therapy for MS

A Calgary man says he has improved balance and confidence since undergoing a new neurological treatment to battle his multiple sclerosis. Isaac Kohtakangas and has been using a device that sits on the surface of the tongue and delivers mild, high-...
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Man who tried to kill Edmonton police officer, pedestrians sentenced to 28 years

Man who tried to kill Edmonton police officer, pedestrians sentenced to 28 years

A man convicted of attacking an Edmonton police officer and then running down four pedestrians with a U-Haul van has been sentenced to a total of 28 years in prison. Abdulahi Hasan Sharif, who is 32, was handed 18 years for striking Const. Mike Ch...
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Legault asks Trudeau to back off on Bill 21, calls on Bloc Quebecois to support free trade deal

Legault asks Trudeau to back off on Bill 21, calls on Bloc Quebecois to support free trade deal

Quebec Premier Francois Legault says he asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a meeting Friday to stay out of the contentious debate over the province's secularism law. Legault said the law prohibiting some public-sector employees from wearin...
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New rules on air-passengers' rights set to land

New rules on air-passengers' rights set to land

New polling results suggest many people don't know about the Liberal government's new regime outlining air passengers' rights. The poll found that just over half of respondents said they hadn't heard or read anything about the rules aiming to prot...
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Argos introduce head coach Ryan Dinwiddie

Argos introduce head coach Ryan Dinwiddie

Ryan Dinwiddie was formally introduced as head coach of the Toronto Argonauts on Friday at BMO Field. He replaces Corey Chamblin, who was let go after the Argonauts missed the CFL playoffs with a 4-14 record. A former quarterback, Dinwiddie played...
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Garneau announces new set of airline rules and air passenger rights

Garneau announces new set of airline rules and air passenger rights

Transport Minister Marc Garneau and the head of the Canadian Transportation Agency, Scott Streiner, talk about the new air passenger rights rules set to land. The first set of rules arrived in mid-July and the last set of rules will require airlin...
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Garneau gives update on Transport Canada clearance for Santa's sled

Garneau gives update on Transport Canada clearance for Santa's sled

Transport Minister Marc Garneau gives an update to the nation's children about the work underway to approve Santa for delivering presents on Christmas Eve. Without going into too much detail, Garneau says Transport Canada has done the necessary te...
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Justice Minister Lametti looking ahead to larger reforms on doctor-assisted death

Justice Minister Lametti looking ahead to larger reforms on doctor-assisted death

Justice Minister David Lametti is being asked to move quickly to respond to a recent court ruling on doctor-assisted death, but he suggested the Liberal government is open to reforming the existing law in an even bigger way than the judge had orde...
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Singh asks Liberals about environmental charges against Volkswagen

Singh asks Liberals about environmental charges against Volkswagen

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh asks about meetings the Liberals had with Volkswagen before the company was charged under Canada’s environmental laws. The company was charged with 60 violations under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act for using so...
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Conservatives continue to push economic woes in question period

Conservatives continue to push economic woes in question period

Deputy Conservative leader Leona Alleslev asks the Liberals about how the government plans to help the tens of thousands of workers out of a job this holiday season. Associate Finance Minister Mona Fortier says Canada’s economy is moving along wel...
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Wildlife advocates thrilled with success of overpasses in Banff National Park

Wildlife advocates thrilled with success of overpasses in Banff National Park

Wildlife advocates say the use of overpasses and underpasses in Banff National Park over the past 20 years has been a huge success. There are still about 60 wildlife fatalities in the region according to the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initi...
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Man, woman found guilty in Calgary quadruple killing case

Man, woman found guilty in Calgary quadruple killing case

Tewodros Kebede and Yu Chieh Liao have been found guilty in a 2017 Calgary quadruple killing case that stemmed from a kidnap-for-ransom plot. Cynthia Hunter, an aunt of two of the victims, Glynnis Fox and Tiffany Ear, says she is still struggling ...
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Poloz says global growth to remain slow, low global interest rates likely

Poloz says global growth to remain slow, low global interest rates likely

Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz said Thursday the global economy appears set for continued slow growth, for mostly structural reasons, and that means low global interest rates are likely to persist too. Speaking to the Empire Club in Toronto...
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MPs, Senators react to Scheer's resignation as Conservative Leader

MPs, Senators react to Scheer's resignation as Conservative Leader

After rejecting calls for his resignation from within his party for weeks, federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer announced Thursday that he will step down as soon as his party chooses a successor. Conservative MPs and senators had mixed reacti...
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Salmonella outbreak in six provinces linked to snakes and rodents

Salmonella outbreak in six provinces linked to snakes and rodents

A salmonella outbreak in six Canadian provinces has been linked to contact with pet snakes and rodents. A notice issued this week counts 92 cases of illness reported between April 2017 and October 2019. The Public Health Agency of Canada says expo...
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Scheer announces resignation as Conservative leader

Scheer announces resignation as Conservative leader

Andrew Scheer stood in the House of Commons Thursday to announce he is stepping down as Conservative leader. Scheer says he will support whoever is chosen as his successor and promises that person will have the backing of Conservative MPs. Scheer ...
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Gerry Dee on his dream role on 'Family Feud Canada'

Gerry Dee on his dream role on 'Family Feud Canada'

Gerry Dee says he has “pinch-me moments” these days on the set of CBC’s “Family Feud Canada.” The standup comedy star of TV’s “Mr. D” fame used to watch the original “Family Feud” as a kid and now can’t believe he’s hosting the Canadian version
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Investigators at Gabriola Island crash scene

Investigators at Gabriola Island crash scene

Investigators were at the scene of a deadly airplane crash on Vancouver Island looking for answers. Investigators would only say there were multiple deaths and no survivors.
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Investigators at Gabriola Island crash scene

Investigators at Gabriola Island crash scene

Investigators were at the scene of a deadly airplane crash on Vancouver Island looking for answers. Investigators would only say there were multiple deaths and no survivors.
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Demonstrators sing protest carols as Alberta opens its energy war room

Demonstrators sing protest carols as Alberta opens its energy war room

The Alberta government has launched the Canadian Energy Centre, a war room meant to challenge oil and gas industry critics. Outside the announcement, protesters sang about climate change to the tune of Christmas carols.
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Partisan shouts drown out Trudeau over USMCA questions

Partisan shouts drown out Trudeau over USMCA questions

Speaker Anthony Rota has to intervene in question period as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faces pointed questions from Conservative foreign affairs critic Erin O’Toole about the effects the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement will have on Canada...
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Economic worries drive Conservative call for fiscal update from Liberals

Economic worries drive Conservative call for fiscal update from Liberals

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer cites concerns about the economic headwinds facing the country as part of a request to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that the government release a fiscal update before the end of the week. Trudeau says the Liberal...
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Scheer, Trudeau spar over USMCA on cusp of approving trade pact

Scheer, Trudeau spar over USMCA on cusp of approving trade pact

The federal government faces questions in the House of Commons about the newly signed North American free trade deal. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer asks Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about what the government acquiesced on to win American supp...
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Family of man detained in Egypt urges Champagne to help bring him home

Family of man detained in Egypt urges Champagne to help bring him home

Yasser Ahmed Albaz, a 51-year-old man from Oakville, Ont., has been in a Cairo prison since he was detained at the airport as he was about to come home from a business trip earlier this year. His family and supporters are urging Foreign Affairs Mi...
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