Bianca Andreescu wins Rogers Cup after Serena Williams retires from match
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Bianca Andreescu wins Rogers Cup after Serena Williams retires from match

Bianca Andreescu, 19, has become the first Canadian woman to win the Rogers Cup in…

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Father of B.C. homicide suspect opens up about his son
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Father of B.C. homicide suspect opens up about his son

Alan Schmegelsky, father of Bryer Schmegelsky, told 60 Minutes Australia that he’s grieving and in…

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What Epstein’s death means for his alleged victims
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What Epstein’s death means for his alleged victims

Financier Jeffrey Epstein was found unresponsive in his cell Saturday morning at the Metropolitan Correctional…

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B.C. teen’s overdose death filmed by witnesses and posted on social media, family says
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B.C. teen’s overdose death filmed by witnesses and posted on social media, family says

A 14-year-old boy’s overdose at a skate park in B.C. was filmed by witnesses and…

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Son of El Paso shooting victim says it’s time Trump rethinks anti-immigration rhetoric
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Son of El Paso shooting victim says it’s time Trump rethinks anti-immigration rhetoric

The man accused of carrying out last weekend’s deadly mass shooting at a Walmart in…

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Calf shot, stabbed, then stolen on surveillance video
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Calf shot, stabbed, then stolen on surveillance video

A dairy calf in Langley, B.C., was shot and stabbed with arrows by a trespasser…

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Learning to skydive with the Canadian military
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Learning to skydive with the Canadian military

CBC Vancouver co-host Anita Bathe learned how to skydive with the Canadian military. The SkyHawks,…

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Jeffrey Epstein dies by apparent suicide in NYC jail
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Jeffrey Epstein dies by apparent suicide in NYC jail

Hedge fund manager Jeffrey Epstein was found dead by apparent suicide at the Metropolitan Correctional…

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North Korea fires 2 more projectiles into sea, South Korea reports
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North Korea fires 2 more projectiles into sea, South Korea reports

South Korean officials reports tonight that North Korea has fired two more projectiles into the…

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Changes to drug-pricing system to save Canadians billions, Ottawa promises | Power & Politics
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Changes to drug-pricing system to save Canadians billions, Ottawa promises | Power & Politics

The federal government is making changes to the way it evaluates new drug prices, a…

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