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Kathleen Wynne OK with health funding strings — depending on how tight they're tied

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she's not opposed to the government attaching strings to new funding in the forthcoming health care accord, it just depends on how restrictive they are.

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Jim Carr rejects idea First Nations are united against pipelines

Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr is dispelling the idea that all Indigenous groups in Canada are united against pipelines after a group of First Nations in Canada and the United States signed a treaty opposing new projects that carry Alberta oilsands.

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André Marin, ex-ombudsman, to run for PCs in Ottawa-Vanier byelection

André Marin, Ontario's former outspoken ombudsman known for his scathing reports, is jumping into provincial politics as the Progressive Conservative candidate for Ottawa-Vanier.

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Top 5 ways to save big bucks on groceries

Personal finance expert Kerry Taylor took Peter Armstrong — host of On the Money on CBCNN — to a grocery store to share some of her best cost-cutting tips.

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Real estate groups lobby against calls for GTA foreign buyers tax

Calls for the implementation of a tax on foreign buyers of property in the Greater Toronto Area are "premature," a pair of real estate groups say.

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Think you paid fees over the advertised price for your car?

You've bought a car at a dealership and you think you have been charged fees on top of the advertised price for the vehicle. You'd like to get that money back, but the problem is you don't have a copy of the original ad showing the price that brought you into the dealership. What do you do now?

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Actor Richard Hong found dead at George Stroumboulopoulos's L.A. home

The body of Canadian actor Richard Hong was found early Friday morning at a Los Angeles home rented by George Stroumboulopoulos.

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How to protect yourself after the Yahoo email hack, whether you use Yahoo or not

If you have a Yahoo email address, or ever had one in the past, you could be affected by a massive hack of half a billion accounts. Here's what you can do to protect yourself.

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Elephant ivory trade under scrutiny at upcoming wildlife conference

The fate of the elephant hangs in the balance this weekend as the international body that regulates trade in endangered species gathers in South Africa.

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Calgary school named 'greenest' in Canada

Bandile Phiri is a Grade 12 student at Lord Shaughnessy High School who is really enjoying the energy and environmental innovation program.

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Kathleen Wynne OK with health funding strings — depending on how tight they're tied

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says she's not opposed to the government attaching strings to new funding in the forthcoming health care accord, it just depends on how restrictive they are.

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At 21, she had to put life on hold to care for her mom with Alzheimer's

When Kathryn Fudurich was only 21 years old her mom was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's and her world turned upside down.

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6 run to be next leader of World Health Organization

Six international health experts have put their names forward to become the next head of WHO

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Found dead in Stroumboulopoulos's L.A. home, actor Richard Hong remembered by classmates, family

Montrealers who grew up with Richard Hong remember him as a "rambunctious" student who loved music, basketball and hanging out at Dunkin' Donuts. He was found dead Friday morning in the Los Angeles home of his friend, Canadian broadcaster George Stroumboulopoulos.

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Freeze frame: Film uses century-old footage dug up from within Yukon permafrost

Hundreds of film reels were tossed into a pit and buried a century ago in Dawson City. Bill Morrison's new film tells the story of that lost footage and their discovery.

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Actor Richard Hong found dead at George Stroumboulopoulos's L.A. home

The body of Canadian actor Richard Hong was found early Friday morning at a Los Angeles home rented by George Stroumboulopoulos.

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8 Canadian Olympians who are living it up post-Rio

After all their hard work training and competing at the Rio Olympics, Canadian Olympians definitely earned some R&R. Here are eight ways athletes are unwinding post-Rio.

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New Brunswick biker Catharine Pendrel has personal data leaked

Olympic bronze medalist Catharine Pendrel is the latest victim of a data dump by a Russian hacker group known as Fancy Bear. The group leaked confidential therapeutic information about Catharine Pendrel and 41 other athletes.

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