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Ottawa to invest in 'fisheries innovation' for Atlantic Canada following EU trade deal

With Canada's trade deal with the European Union on track to come into force provisionally within weeks, the federal government is set to announce a new fisheries innovation fund. Just don't call it compensation, Dominic LeBlanc says.

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'Excited over the simple things': First Nation enjoys turning on the taps after 10 years without clean water

Makayla McWatch had her first sip of tap water last summer — at age 11. Her community, Pic Mobert First Nation, spent a decade under a boil-water advisory. It's one of 18 Indigenous communities to recently get off the federal government's long-term water list. But at the same time, a dozen more were added.

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CRA's new fingerprinting policy could create travel problems for accused tax evaders

The Canada Revenue Agency has begun fingerprinting every person charged with tax evasion, which ensures every accused will be registered in the Canadian Police Information Centre database. The move could create serious travel problems for some Canadians who haven't had their day in court.

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OpenSignal ranking of mobile data speeds places Canada 12th out of 87 countries

An international ranking of mobile networks has found that Canadians have some of the fastest data speeds in the world.

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Sean Cooper wiped out his mortgage in 3 years — and now he offers advice in new book

Sean Cooper took extreme measures to wipe out his $255,000 mortgage in just three years. Now he's written an advice book to help others free themselves of a mortgage faster.

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Do we still need 3 square meals a day or is all-day breakfast the new normal?

Meal times and eating habits are changing across Canada, driven in part by fast-paced lifestyles, along with a force that is influencing so much else: the millennial generation and how they want to live. And two fast-food restaurants are taking notice, rolling out all-day breakfast across the country this month.

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Major discovery on planets 'beyond our solar system' coming from NASA

NASA scientists will hold a news conference later this afternoon, when they say they'll reveal a significant finding "beyond our solar system."

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Milo Yiannopoulos resigns from Breitbart News, apologizes for child abuse comments

Controversial alt-right personality Milo Yiannopoulos has resigned from Breitbart News following the release of videos in which he appears to endorse pedophilia.

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North American stock markets hit another round of all-time closing highs

Stock markets in Canada and the United States touched record closing highs on Tuesday, driven by news of big deals.

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Major discovery on planets 'beyond our solar system' coming from NASA

NASA scientists will hold a news conference later this afternoon, when they say they'll reveal a significant finding "beyond our solar system."

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OpenSignal ranking of mobile data speeds places Canada 12th out of 87 countries

An international ranking of mobile networks has found that Canadians have some of the fastest data speeds in the world.

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'Cosmic shoutout' for Thunder Bay; asteroid now bears name of Ontario city

The city of Thunder Bay, Ont., is getting a "cosmic shoutout" from the International Astronomical Union, which has accepted a proposal to name an asteroid after the city.

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Do we still need 3 square meals a day or is all-day breakfast the new normal?

Meal times and eating habits are changing across Canada, driven in part by fast-paced lifestyles, along with a force that is influencing so much else: the millennial generation and how they want to live. And two fast-food restaurants are taking notice, rolling out all-day breakfast across the country this month.

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Ontario teacher faces discipline for allegedly telling students they 'could die' from vaccination

A southern Ontario high school teacher allegedly tried to scare his students into not getting vaccinated for polio, diphtheria and other diseases, a discipline panel of the Ontario College of Teachers heard on Tuesday.

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Exercise, keeping weight down help prevent breast cancer recurrence, review finds

Exercise and avoiding weight gain are the best lifestyle changes to avoid a recurrence of breast cancer, a new Canadian review suggests.

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Simpsons episode loaded with famous guest stars to be honoured in Baseball Hall of Fame

Bringing on board a slew of baseball greats as guest stars has earned The Simpsons honours in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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Cape Breton film gets 'overwhelming' reaction at Berlin film festival

A film created entirely in Cape Breton is making a splash on European screens, appearing in four sold-out shows at the Berlin International Film Festival.

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Mollywood (no, not Bollywood) movies get screen time in Nova Scotia

A Halifax man is screening Mollywood — not Bollywood — films in Wolfville to bring together the people in the community who speak a language unique to a specific region of India.

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Mirela Rahneva using her inner Ronda Rousey to star on skeleton track

Mirela Rahneva's combined explosiveness off the skeleton start block and improved mental strength has allowed the 2018 Canadian Olympic hopeful to reach the podium four times in seven events in her rookie season on the World Cup circuit.

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Ontario skip turned coach key to N.W.T. early success at Scotties

Ontario skip John Epping reached out to Kerry Galusha about helping out with her Yellowknife team two years ago.

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