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Support for those dealing with dementia
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For Kelowna families living with dementia, it's an essential skill. They have to navigate a complex health-care system to get care for their family member. Accessing services, writing letters ? it can all be part of a family caregiver's new role. And ...

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Kelowna house fire caused by candles
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The Kelowna Fire Department responded to reports of a house fire in the 1700 block of Garner Road just before midnight on Friday. When crews arrived, flames were shooting metres into the air from the second floor of the residence. Firefighters managed ...
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NFL protests: Players, owners defy Trump during anthem
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On Sunday, more than 100 players sat or knelt, the form of protest started last season by former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.



Jose Bautista salutes Toronto crowd in Rogers Centre send off
Jose Bautista salutes Toronto crowd in Rogers Centre send off

In potentially Jose Bautista's final game as a Blue Jay in Toronto, 47,000 fans showed their appreciation for his 10 years as a Jay.



Penguins set politics aside, accept invitation to White House
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The Pittsburgh Penguins released a statement Sunday indicating they will honour the tradition of championship teams attending the White House.



'Take a knee': Athletes and celebrities protest after Donald Trump's tweets
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Stevie Wonder, Kumail Nanjiani and LeBron James are just some of the high-profile figures speaking up in the developing sports feud with Donald Trump.



Bautista leads Jays past Yankees in likely final home game
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Jose Bautista had two hits, drove in one run and scored another to help lift the Blue Jays to a 9-5 win over the New York Yankees on Sunday in what was likely his final home game in a Toronto uniform.



1 killed, 7 injured in Tennessee church shooting
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Police in Nashville said Sunday a gunman has been captured after opening fire at a church, killing one and wounding seven.



Mass exodus of Rohingya slowing down but many still trying to flee Myanmar
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The massive exodus of Rohingya Muslims fleeing Myanmar to escape brutal persecution appears to have slowed down, but several recent refugees say tens of thousands more are huddled near beaches or in forests waiting to escape.



Merkel claims mandate to form new government after securing 4th term as German chancellor
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Chancellor Angela Merkel has claimed a mandate to form a new German government after her conservatives beat their rivals on Sunday to win her a fourth term, in an election that will also bring an anti-immigrant, anti-EU party into Germany's parliament.



'Take a knee': Athletes and celebrities protest after Donald Trump's tweets
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Stevie Wonder, Kumail Nanjiani and LeBron James are just some of the high-profile figures speaking up in the developing sports feud with Donald Trump.



Iraqi Kurds set to vote on independence referendum
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"The idea of the referendum is for Kurdistan to be a force for good."



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Dianne Watts enters BC Liberal leadership race, will resign as Tory MP
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Watts is the second person to announce her plans to run, following former Vancouver mayor Sam Sullivan.



Thousands march in Vancouver's Walk for Reconciliation
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The event began with an opening blessing led by Chief Robert Joseph, and followed a two-kilometre route to Strathcona Park.



Police watchdog confirms details about Vancouver shooting
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The IIO has released a few more details about police-involved shooting in Vancouver's Mount Pleasant Saturday afternoon, which left a man in critical condition in hospital.



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Cheap, no-frills airfares are coming to Canada ? but will they be worth it?
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Canadian airlines are lining up to offer the latest trend in air travel: cheap, no-frills fares. But experts warn that the discount fares may not always be the best deal for passengers.



Merkel claims mandate to form new government after securing 4th term as German chancellor
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Chancellor Angela Merkel has claimed a mandate to form a new German government after her conservatives beat their rivals on Sunday to win her a fourth term, in an election that will also bring an anti-immigrant, anti-EU party into Germany's parliament.



'Take a knee': Athletes and celebrities protest after Donald Trump's tweets
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Stevie Wonder, Kumail Nanjiani and LeBron James are just some of the high-profile figures speaking up in the developing sports feud with Donald Trump.



CBC | Canada News
20 people sent to medical tent during hot Montreal half-marathon
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Hot temperatures contributed to 20 people being transported to a medical tent during Sunday's race and half-marathon in Montreal, Urgence Santé said.



Day 1 of 2017 Invictus Games gets underway with wheelchair tennis, athletic heats
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The first official day of competition got underway at the 2017 Invictus Games after a star-studded opening ceremony Saturday night.



Trek along B.C.'s Highway of Tears pays tribute to missing women
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Twenty-eight people are walking along Highway 16, also known as the Highway of Tears, from Prince Rupert to Smithers, B.C. They're set to meet with the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.



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Eli Lilly files $500M NAFTA suit against Canada over drug patents

Eli Lilly is accusing Canada of violating its obligations to foreign investors under the North American Free Trade Agreement by allowing its courts to invalidate patents for two of its drugs.



Verizon challenges FCC's right to impose net neutrality

A court in Washington, D.C., is pondering a challenge by Verizon Communications Inc. over the "net neutrality" rules imposed by the Federal Communications Commission.



Who are Canada's top 1%?

What does it take to be among the top one per cent of all income earners in Canada? We dug deep into the data from Statistics Canada's latest National Household Survey to find out more about just who these people are.