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Kelowna jail guards' strike attempt quashed by Labour Relations Board
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Jail guards at the RCMP detachment in Kelowna served strike notice Monday and were prepared to walk off the job as early as Friday morning. However, the guards' union and employer said Thursday the Labour Relations Board has ruled that strike notice ...

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Watch Canadians compete at luge World Cup
Justin Snith

Watch live action from the luge World Cup in Lake Placid, N.Y., on Friday featuring the doubles and men's events.



Canada's Vathje, Rahneva reach podium in World Cup skeleton
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Canadians Elisabeth Vathje and Mirela Rahneva both came away with medals at the women's World Cup skeleton race in Innsbruck, Austria, on Friday.



Canada's mixed doubles curling pairings are set
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After some last-minute reshuffling, the 18 pairings are set for Canada's mixed doubles curling trials. Now it's time to decide who will represent the country when this quirky version of the sport makes its Olympic debut.



Canada's DiPietro hoping big-game experience leads to world junior spot
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Memorial Cup champion Michael DiPietro of the Windsor Spitfires believes he has the compete level to earn one of 22 spots on Canada's world junior hockey roster, preferably as its starter for the Dec. 26 tournament opener against Finland.



Martins Dukurs earns 50th career World Cup skeleton win
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Latvian slider Martins Dukurs won the European skeleton title for a third straight year on Friday in Innsbruck, Austria, by earning his 50th career World Cup win.



Tillerson says U.S. needs 'sustained' North Korea lull to threats before talks can happen
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says there must be a "sustained cessation of North Korea's threatening behaviour" before talks can occur between Washington and Pyongyang.



SpaceX launches 1st recycled rocket to space station
SpaceX

SpaceX has racked up another first, launching a recycled rocket with a recycled capsule on a NASA grocery run.



Scientists mobilize for a fight over powerful gene-editing technology
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A volatile scientific debate is quietly simmering, with echoes of the controversy over genetically modified organisms. The Gates Foundation and the U.S. military are among the groups funding gene drives, a powerful new genetic technology.



Prince Harry, Meghan Markle wedding date set for May 19
Britain Royal Engagement

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will marry on Saturday, May 19, at St George's Chapel in London, Kensington Palace announces.



Trump tells FBI academy graduating class 'I will fight for you'
FBI Director

U.S. President Donald Trump addresses an FBI National Academy graduation class today in Virginia as he continues to impugn the agency's leadership for what the White House calls "extreme bias" against him.



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Supreme Court rules employees can allege workplace harassment against people from other companies
Supreme Court of Canada

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled a B.C. worker who was harassed at a worksite by a contractor for another company, can file a human rights complaint.



Moose calves rescued in northern B.C. are 'golden nuggets' to species survival, says researcher
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A pair of moose calves rescued in northern British Columbia are thriving and giving hope for other orphaned wildlife in the region.



Province to launch coastal ferry review in January
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B.C. will launch a comprehensive review of the province's coastal ferry service in January 2018. In a release, the province said the it aims to "evaluate its performance in meeting the needs of ferry users and British Columbia's coastal communities."



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Stolen donations, tax fraud, abusive priests: Lawsuit alleges corruption among Greek Orthodox church leaders
Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Toronto

A civil lawsuit against some members of Canada's Greek Orthodox community includes allegations that money for a sick baby was stolen from a church fundraiser, there's a "history of inappropriate conduct by priests" and sex offenders were being placed in Toronto churches.



Trudeau government gag order in CIA brainwashing case silences victims, lawyer says
Jean Steel

Forty years after revelations that the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency funded brainwashing experiments on unsuspecting Canadians, the Trudeau government is continuing a pattern of silencing the victims, a lawyer for one of the families says.



Prince Harry, Meghan Markle wedding date set for May 19
Britain Royal Engagement

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will marry on Saturday, May 19, at St George's Chapel in London, Kensington Palace announces.



CBC | Canada News
Supreme Court rules employees can allege workplace harassment against people from other companies
Supreme Court of Canada

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled a B.C. worker who was harassed at a worksite by a contractor for another company, can file a human rights complaint.



Beverley McLachlin retires after 17 years as Canada's chief justice
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Beverley McLachlin officially retires from the Supreme Court of Canada today after 17 years as chief justice.



Stolen donations, tax fraud, abusive priests: Lawsuit alleges corruption among Greek Orthodox church leaders
Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Toronto

A civil lawsuit against some members of Canada's Greek Orthodox community includes allegations that money for a sick baby was stolen from a church fundraiser, there's a "history of inappropriate conduct by priests" and sex offenders were being placed in Toronto churches.



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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.