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    This N.W.T. man was on a survey looking for birds. Instead he found the wreckage of a plane

    Earl Evans was out on a whooping crane survey in Wood Buffalo National Park with Parks Canada and the Canadian Wildlife Service when he saw something he'd never seen before. Evans, who lives in Fort Smith, N.W.T., said he's done the same survey flight for years. "I told the pilot, 'there's something on the ground over there that shouldn't be there,'" he said."The sun hit something off to the north, so I kept my eye on it. Just as we were going by, I saw it was something that wasn't normal."Evans

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    Delays and increased congestion expected on Lake Louise Drive throughout the summer

    Those heading to Lake Louise this summer will be faced with delays and an increase in traffic with ongoing construction on that community's main road.Work on Lake Louise Drive, the road that connects that community to Moraine Lake Road and the Lake Louise lakeshore, began this week and is expected to last throughout the summer — typically the busiest season for mountain towns.Parks Canada said improvements are needed because traffic increased significantly on the road over the past decade and it

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    'False promises' made by government, says resident of new shelter at former airport hotel

    Former tent encampment resident Kathy Lynn White says she feels trapped in the government's new transitional housing facility on Airport Road. (CBC)A resident of Newfoundland and Labrador's new transitional housing facility in a former airport hotel says she hasn't received the help she was promised and wants to leave. Kathy Lynn White says she hasn't received support at the former Comfort Inn since moving in on May 3. There's no income support, no support workers and no transportation, she said

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    Concertgoers cheer government suing Ticketmaster to break up monopoly on live events

    As the summer music festival season heats up, concert goers are cheering the U.S. government's efforts to break up Ticketmaster for running what it alleges is an illegal monopoly. (AP Video: Haven Daley)

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    Zelenskiy says Ukrainian forces control area of Russia push into Kharkiv region

    "Our soldiers have now managed to take combat control of the border area where the Russian occupiers entered," Zelenskiy said in his nightly video address. Zelenskiy's comments, after holding a meeting of military and regional officials in Kharkiv, Ukraine's second largest city, appeared to be at variance with comments by Russian officials.

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    Evacuation alert lifted for Old Crow, Yukon, as river drops

    An evacuation alert for parts of Old Crow, Yukon, has been lifted as the Porcupine River continues drop after peaking last weekend. Officials say the community is no longer at risk of major flooding.An alert had still been in place for parts of the community, while other parts of Old Crow saw their evacuation alerts lifted earlier this week. The advisory rescinded on Friday morning means there are no longer any evacuation alerts in place for Old Crow.The flood watch that was in place for the Por

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