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Watch a very, very brave woman in Ontario help a skunk free its head from a fast-food cup.
Watch a very very brave woman in Ontario help a skunk free its head from a fastfood cup

Skunk with McFlurry cup stuck on its head gets daring rescue

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Trish Andrews
Darlene Cardinal
Paul Mackinnon
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Montreal's McGill Faculty of Medicine is using a new tool to teach its students about home care: In simulation apartments that feature actors posing as patients, aspiring medical health professionals are receiving a hands-on experience, learning valuable lessons about home care.
Montreals McGill Faculty of Medicine is using a new tool to teach

Watch: Simulated apartment teaching students about home care

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Don Stevenson
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“I wanted to be a part of this celebration because I want to be an example for other black university students who are coming in the future years.”

The University of Toronto held its first-ever celebration for black graduates. Members of the black community organized the event to recognize academic excellence, and also to acknowledge the barriers faced by people of colour in the academic...
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I wanted to be a part of this celebration because I want

Watch: Black graduates celebrated at U of T ceremony

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Wayne Low
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yesterday at 23:15. Facebook
Meet the woman who’s turned her home into an animal shelter for 70 abandoned and injured dogs.
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Sharon Phillips
Krista Bulmer
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yesterday at 22:30. Facebook
The bad news: a severed toe used as a garnish in a famous cocktail served in a Yukon bar has gone missing.

The good news: the bar has two back-ups.
The bad news a severed toe used as a garnish in a

Crime afoot? Severed toe used in famous Yukon cocktail goes missing

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Tara Wojciechowski
JD Brown
Charlotte Cardinal
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A five-year-old boy bound to a wheelchair due to a rare genetic disorder has received a special gift from a group of strangers.
Watch as the Surrey family speaks about the 'life-changing' gift.
A fiveyearold boy bound to a wheelchair due to a rare genetic

Watch: Strangers step up to help boy with rare disorder

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yesterday at 20:53. Facebook
Ever heard of a tick that can set off a life-long allergy to meat? Probably not many Canadians have. But the allergy is being diagnosed more and more often in the northern U.S. and climate change may be why.
Ever heard of a tick that can set off a lifelong allergy

Carnivores beware: Meat-allergy-causing Lone Star ticks creeping north

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Rich Knowles
Amy McKenzie
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yesterday at 20:49. Facebook
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yesterday at 20:29. Facebook
A Canadian Special Forces sniper in Iraq has shattered the world record for the longest kill shot, after taking out an Islamic State insurgent at a distance of 3.54 kilometres.
A Canadian Special Forces sniper in Iraq has shattered the world record

Canadian sniper hits ISIS militant with record-setting shot

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Brad Young
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yesterday at 20:01. Facebook
Usually a balloon brings joy, but for some Edmonton residents it sparked outrage. When a foil balloon became stuck on powerlines yesterday, it cut power to thousands in the city.
Usually a balloon brings joy but for some Edmonton residents it sparked

Watch: Outage caused by stray balloon

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Audrey Dixon
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yesterday at 19:52. Facebook
For decades, Sears was a quintessential part of the Canadian shopping experience. Its catalogues adorned coffee tables and its Kenmore-branded appliances were staples in homes for generations. But like Eaton's and Simpsons before it, Sears has encountered a litany of problems.
For decades Sears was a quintessential part of the Canadian shopping experience

Timeline: The rise and decline of Sears Canada

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Marny Beale
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yesterday at 19:23. Facebook
After hundreds of bikers turned out to escort a bullied 10-year-old boy to school in Sydney, N.S. this week, the student’s mother says she has already noticed a change in her son as a result of the support he’s received.
After hundreds of bikers turned out to escort a bullied 10yearold boy

Bullied boy gains confidence after bikers escort him to school, mom says

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A Texas boy who was heartbroken to hear of a neighbour’s child who died in an overheated minivan, is hopeful that a device he invented could one day help prevent other such deaths.
A Texas boy who was heartbroken to hear of a neighbours child

10-year-old invents device to save children trapped in hot cars

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yesterday at 18:35. Facebook
A woman who came to Canada as a teenage bride says forced marriages involving young girls are a big problem, even in North America.
A woman who came to Canada as a teenage bride says forced

Forced marriage in Canada 'more prevalent' than thought: ex-child bride

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yesterday at 18:18. Facebook
In the moments after a Minnesota police officer fatally shot Philando Castile, his handcuffed girlfriend began screaming in the back of a patrol car as her 4-year-old daughter begged her to stop.
"Mom, please stop cussing and screaming cause I don't want you to get shooted," the girl said.
In the moments after a Minnesota police officer fatally shot Philando Castile

'I don't want you to get shooted': Girl begs mother for quiet after Castile shooting

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yesterday at 17:49. Facebook
U.S. President Donald Trump says he "did not make" and doesn't have any recordings of his private conversations with James Comey - his fired FBI director.
US President Donald Trump says he did not make and doesnt have

U.S. President Trump says he didn't tape conversations with Comey

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yesterday at 17:38. Facebook
Boys at a British high school have found a novel way around strict uniform rules banning shorts, as the country swelters through a heatwave: they're donning skirts instead of the officially mandated grey slacks.
Boys at a British high school have found a novel way around

British schoolboys don skirts amid shorts ban in heatwave

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yesterday at 16:58. Facebook
Sears Canada will be closing stores in nearly every province, as the retailer slashes 2,900 jobs amid a major restructuring effort.
Sears Canada will be closing stores in nearly every province as the

Full list of 59 Sears Canada stores slated to close

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yesterday at 16:25. Facebook
So a koala walks into a bar...
Diners at the Genghis Khan Mongolian barbecue restaurant in Adelaide, Australia were delighted when a koala made its way into the eatery's dining room.
The curious marsupial was eventually taken to safety by local animal rescue authorities.
So a koala walks into a bar Diners at the Genghis Khan

Watch: Koala strolls into Australian restaurant

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Most Canadians will see the moon partially block the sun in August, but amateur astronomers are encouraged to head to the U.S. to see the total eclipse for themselves.
Most Canadians will see the moon partially block the sun in August

Total solar eclipse an 'unprecedented' excuse to visit U.S.: expert

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