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Sacha Trudeau, left, Deborah Coyne, Justin Trudeau, Suzette Rouleau and ex-wife Margaret Trudeau-Kemper assemble behind the hearse that carrys the casket of Pierre Trudeau at the state funeral for the former Canadian Prime Minister October 3, 2000 in Montreal, Canada. The funeral was held at the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal. Trudeau died September 28, 2000 at the age of 80.

¨379591 01: Sacha Trudeau, left, Deborah Coyne, Justin Trudeau, Suzette Rouleau and ex-wife Margaret Trudeau-Kemper assemble behind the hearse that carrys the casket of Pierre Trudeau at the state funeral for the former Canadian Prime Minister October 3, 2000 in Montreal, Canada. The funeral was held at the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal. Trudeau died September 28, 2000 at the age of 80. (Photo by Pierre Roussel/Liaison)

Justin Trudeau through the years

Justin Trudeau has been named the new leader of the federal Liberal Party of Canada on Sunday, April 14.

  • Chilliwack, B.C., homeless camp residents get trespass notice
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    Chilliwack, B.C., homeless camp residents get trespass notice

    "This is one of a few tent cities in Chilliwack. We've all banded together to survive because there are no beds at shelters," said Dawnette Simons, who have been living at the camp since it started five years ago. Simons says the group isn't planning to dispute the order.

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    Calgary woodcarver crafts stunning home for squirrel family

    A Calgary couple are working with a local artist to turn their backyard eyesore into a beautiful home for a family of squirrels. Torgerson felt the 10-metre-tall tree, which was no longer producing branches or leaves, should be cut down. "Our little squirrel family has moved out for a short time, but I plan to entice them back with their favourite food — peanuts — when the project is complete so that they return," MacRae told CBC News in an email.

  • Charges pending after teen allegedly punches eight people at McDonald's restaurant
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    Charges pending after teen allegedly punches eight people at McDonald's restaurant

    Edmonton police are looking to speak with witnesses after a teen allegedly punched eight people at a McDonald's restaurant north of downtown on Saturday. The suspect was taken into custody after the incident, which occurred at around 3:30 p.m. at the McDonald's at 105th Street and 111th Avenue, police said in a media release. The 19-year-old suspect appeared to be intoxicated, McDonald's manager Connie Domingo said.

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    Like to sing in your car? Montreal man says he was ticketed for Everybody Dance Now sing-along

    Taoufik Moalla may have just been letting the rhythm move him. Moalla says he was in his car, singing along to his favourite song, C+C Music Factory's 90s dance classic, Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now), in late September when he suddenly saw police lights behind him. "I repeated, 'Everybody dance now!'" Moalla said.

  • Buyers regain confidence as Toronto real estate market rebounds from summer sales slump
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    Buyers regain confidence as Toronto real estate market rebounds from summer sales slump

    "Between April and July we saw a significant correction in home resale activity in the GTA and that followed the introduction of Ontario's fair housing plan," said Robert Hogue, senior economist at RBC. First revealed in April amid criticism that many people were being pushed out of the city by soaring house prices and the near absence of viable rental options, Ontario's 16-point plan to reign in the market included a 15 per cent tax on foreign buyers, rent controls and a review of murky realtor practices.

  • Bear attacks woman, conservation officer in Mission, B.C.
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    Bear attacks woman, conservation officer in Mission, B.C.

    A woman and a conservation officer sustained minor injuries after they were attacked by a bear in Mission, B.C., early Sunday morning. 

  • Halifax woman warns of leptospirosis after her husky dies
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    Halifax woman warns of leptospirosis after her husky dies

    A Halifax woman whose trained therapy dog died this month after contracting leptospirosis is warning dog owners to be vigilant about the infectious disease that's on the rise in the municipality. Two weeks ago, Brenda Potter noticed that Pippin, her 11-year-old Siberian husky, wasn't eating.

  • Quebec justice minister defends new face-covering law, to release guidelines this week
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    Quebec justice minister defends new face-covering law, to release guidelines this week

    Stéphanie Vallée said it's necessary to do so because things have "escalated" in the past few days. It requires people to show their faces when they give or receive public services. Despite that, Vallée defends the law championed by the provincial Liberal government, saying her government outlined its position on the matter long ago, and that the debate surrounding face coverings and religious garb has been going on in Quebec for the past decade.

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    'I just felt fur and I grabbed him': Man enters burning home to save family dog

    Mark Saunders and his niece had just rushed out of their burning home in Middle Sackville, N.S., on Friday night when they realized the family dog was still inside. "She said Oskar's still in the house. Saunders ran back into the home and on all fours, he searched and called for Oskar, the Shetland sheepdog. A thick layer of smoke ran from the ceiling to about 1.5 metres from the ground, but worsened in the two minutes it took for Saunders to find Oskar.

  • Sask. RCMP shoot man dead after police vehicle rammed
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    Sask. RCMP shoot man dead after police vehicle rammed

    RCMP in North Battleford, Sask., shot and killed a 22-year-old man after receiving a call from someone saying they were being chased by a vehicle. RCMP say officers opened fire at the vehicle in response to the driver's actions. En route to hospital, police confirmed Brydon Bryce Whitstone of Onion Lake, Sask., died around 9:40 p.m. of injuries resulting from the discharge of RCMP firearms.

  • Sweating blood: bizarre disorder baffles doctors
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    Sweating blood: bizarre disorder baffles doctors

    It was probably one of the most bizarre medical cases  a team of Italian doctors had ever seen. The case was highlighted Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ). Doctors say the patient had a three-year history of bleeding.

  • Forecast: Winter looks stormy, snowy for most of Canada
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    Forecast: Winter looks stormy, snowy for most of Canada

    Accuweather predicts what Canadians have in store this season from coast to coast.

  • Catalan parliament to hold key session Thursday
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    Catalan parliament to hold key session Thursday

    Catalonia's regional parliament will hold a plenary meeting on Thursday, a lawmaker with the ruling Catalan separatist coalition said Monday. Many fear the session will become a cover for a vote on declaring independence from Spain. Catalan president Carles Puigdemont has asked the parliament to convene a debate and vote on how to respond to the central Spanish government's plan, announced over the weekend, to take direct control of the northeastern region.

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    Mother of Canadian man missing in Peru since September says he may have been abducted

    A Canadian woman who is searching for her missing son in Peru says that authorities in the country are considering the possibility that her son was abducted. Alisa Clamen, a Montreal resident, said her son Jesse Galganov, 22, left for a backpacking trip through South America and Southeast Asia last month. Clamen flew to Peru last week after deciding that something was seriously wrong.

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    Keep a 'wary eye' on U.S. travel visas, Goodale tells American counterpart

    Canada's Public Safety Minister has told his American counter part to keep a "wary eye" on the travel visas it issues to the United States. In an interview Sunday with CBC News, Goodale said Canadian officials have identified trends where documents issued from certain U.S. embassies and consulates are being misused. "We have asked them to go back upstream and examine the pattern of these travel documents being issued and how come the people to whom they were issued appear to have had no intention of staying in the United States, but were simply using the documents as vehicles to get into the United States and then make a bee-line for the Canadian border," Goodale explained.

  • Fly-in work and family stress: Researchers explore the pitfalls for remote workers
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    Fly-in work and family stress: Researchers explore the pitfalls for remote workers

    Gartler and co-author Gertude Saxinger — also from the University of Vienna — wrote the guide with the help and support of the Yukon's Na-Cho Nyäk Dun First Nation. The two researchers travelled to communities across Yukon, gathering stories and perspectives from people who work or have worked at remote camps. Saxinger has also studied fly-in/fly-out work in Siberia. The guide is largely intended for young workers who may be new to rotational shifts, said Saxinger.

  • Bill 62 protesters ride Metro wearing niqabs, other face coverings
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    Bill 62 protesters ride Metro wearing niqabs, other face coverings

    Protesters descended into Snowdon Metro station Sunday to denounce Quebec's Bill 62 which requires people to show their faces when they give or receive public services. About 70 people covered their faces before entering the station.

  • At least 67 civilians found dead in Syria town taken from IS
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    At least 67 civilians found dead in Syria town taken from IS

    The bodies of at least 67 Syrian civilians, many summarily killed by the Islamic State group, have been discovered in a central town in Syria retaken from IS by government troops over the weekend, the Syrian government and activists said Monday. A senior Syrian official described the attack as a "shocking massacre," saying the search and documentation of those killed in the town of Qaryatayn, in Homs province, is still under way. The apparent revenge killings underscore the Islamic State group's ability to inflict heavy losses in Syria even while its militants are on the retreat in north and eastern Syria, days after having been defeated in Raqqa, the group's one-time "capital" of its self-proclaimed caliphate.

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    Adoption centre celebrates finding a home for 1000th greyhound

    The Maritime Greyhound Adoption Program is celebrating after finding a home for its 1,000th greyhound. Deb Levasseur, the owner and founder of the adoption program in Moncton, N.B., has been finding homes for greyhounds for almost 14 years. Over the years, Levasseur and the program have been driving to Portland, Maine, to pick up greyhounds to bring to the Maritimes.

  • Human remains found at rural Salmon Arm property as multiple searches continue
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    Human remains found at rural Salmon Arm property as multiple searches continue

    Mounties began executing a search warrant in the 2200 block of Salmon River Road, between Salmon Arm and Vernon, on Thursday. The RCMP's Southeast District Major Crimes Unit is leading the investigation into the discovery, which is being treated as suspicious. The B.C. Coroners Service was also on scene.

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    New immigrant to Victoria, B.C., dies from injuries after being struck by SUV

    A recent immigrant to Victoria has died from injuries sustained Wednesday after he was struck by an SUV while walking on a sidewalk. Khusal Rana, 31, had just moved to the B.C. capital from India with his pregnant wife and their child. Rana died at Victoria General Hospital Saturday evening, according to a spokesperson for the family.

  • A scary box office weekend for everyone but Tyler Perry
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    A scary box office weekend for everyone but Tyler Perry

    LOS ANGELES — It was a spooky weekend at the box office for nearly everyone but Tyler Perry.

  • 'This city wants a winner': Strong season has Vancouver Whitecaps playoff hopes high
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    'This city wants a winner': Strong season has Vancouver Whitecaps playoff hopes high

    When the Vancouver Whitecaps step on to the field in Portland Sunday afternoon, they'll know the playoffs are in their future. Team president Bob Lenarduzzi cites consistency as the key to the team's season even though the 'Caps started in the year in the hole with consecutive loses.

  • No booze, no lights, just dance: Montreal event offers new way to let loose
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    No booze, no lights, just dance: Montreal event offers new way to let loose

    After a few years of club-hopping in Montreal, you're almost guaranteed to have a next-day horror story — whether it involves a steep bar tab, or an unwanted dance partner who wouldn't take"no" for an answer. It's all meant to remove inhibitions and create a safe environment for participants, like student Molly Picone.

  • Vacant Shaughnessy mansion gutted in 3-alarm blaze overnight
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    Vacant Shaughnessy mansion gutted in 3-alarm blaze overnight

    The three-alarm fire broke out just before 3 a.m., at a home in the 3700 block of Angus Drive. A resident of the neighbourhood had called 911 after seeing smoke and flames coming from the 6,000 square foot home. "It's quite a nice home," said Vancouver Fire Deputy Chief Brian Godlonton.