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North Korea fired a short-range ballistic missile that landed in Japan's maritime economic zone Monday, officials said, in the latest in a string of test launches as the North seeks to build nuclear-tipped ICBMs that can reach the U.S. mainland.

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As Democrats on Sunday demanded to hear directly from top White House adviser Jared Kushner over his reported communications with Russia, U.S. President Donald Trump railed against administration leaks in a flurry of tweets.

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The Square, a Swedish movie about the curator of a museum filled with grotesquely pretentious conceptual art was awarded the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday.

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in Rome this week to promote trade and other ties with Italy, first appealed to the heart of the country by visiting Amatrice, a tiny town still struggling to recover from a devastating earthquake.

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Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says he's considering banning laptops from the passenger cabins of all international flights to and from the United States.

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Six NDP leadership candidates squared off for the third debate in Sudbury, Ont., on Sunday, discussing policy issues including Indigenous rights, the economy and resource development.

Flood disaster volunteer to receive Medal of Good Citizenship

"He’s just a golden saint of a man and everybody who meets him wishes that they could be a little more like Clayton Cassidy." Cassidy's body has been found after being missing since May 5.

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Bold changes aren't terribly conservative, which helps explain how Andrew Scheer became leader of the federal Conservative party. But he wasn't the only person who won something in this race.

Mississippi Shooting

Authorities in Mississippi say a suspect is in custody after eight people were killed in a series of shootings, including a sheriff's deputy.

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Survivors of a deadly attack by Islamic militants on a bus carrying Egyptian Christians tell stories of children hiding under their seats and how the assailants shot men first, and then some of the women.

Manchester bomber

British police said on Sunday they had arrested a 15th person in connection with the Manchester suicide bombing, which killed 22 people at a concert hall and injured dozens of others.

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British Airways says "many" of its IT systems are up and running, but travellers still face cancellations and delays after a global computer failure grounded hundreds of flights.

Doctors at Concordia hospital spring in to action to save bear.

A surgeon at Winnipeg's Concordia hospital performed some emergency surgery this week. In the process, he gave new life to a stuffed animal — and helped brighten a long hospital stay for a patient with special needs, says the man's mother.

Sara Elliott

People with serious food allergies want others to stop faking allergies in restaurants. They worry the tall tales may compel kitchen staff to stop taking any claim seriously.

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Canadian teenagers are more financially literate than most people their age in other rich countries, but more than one in eight still fails to meet what the OECD considers a baseline level of proficiency in the topic.

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The stories to accommodate the predictably unpredictable U.S. president filled the global media as the idyllic town of Taormina in Italy braced for Donald Trump's first full international summit.

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CBC commenters are adamant that some sort of action is needed, whether it's through better efforts to crack down dealers, or greater support for victims.

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Andrew Scheer's narrow victory over Maxime Bernier for the Conservative leadership can be chalked up to two factors: Bernier's underperformance in his home province of Quebec and a significant showing from social conservatives.

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Andrew Scheer, a longtime Saskatchewan MP, former House Speaker and now the new leader of the federal Conservative Party, is no stranger to making political history.

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Standing at centre stage, Andrew Scheer looked out at members of the Conservative Party who assembled at a Toronto convention centre, raised his eyebrows, let out a small breath and smiled.

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Salish Sea Walk Protester in sight of Westridge Terminal

More than 100 people gathered outside of Kinder Morgan's Westridge Terminal in Burnaby at the conclusion of the Walk for the Salish Sea, a 75-kilometre journey by those opposed to twinning the company's pipeline from Edmonton to Burnaby.

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Beautiful British Columbia has a problem with an invasive and difficult-to-control pest: illegal dumpers. They're leaving appliances, household garbage and unsightly surprises strewn across the province's rural regions.

Nada Almasry

Nada Almasry chose to start wearing the hijab at age 16 year. Since then she's encountered direct and indirect racism in Vancouver.

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Surrey RCMP is asking witnesses to come forward with information after a man in his 40s died after the vehicle he was in struck a utility pole in the 18000 block of Highway 10 in Cloverdale B.C.

Kelowna flooding

Lakes and rivers throughout the Central Okanagan continue to rise past historic levels, but some residents are beginning to feel exhausted after weeks of dealing with floods.

Wayne Sych of Joe Fortes Seafood and Chop House

Executive Chef Wayne Sych of Joe Fortes Seafood and Chop House offers his favourite salmon recipe for spicy salmon and corn salsa.

Fentanyl pill demonstration

New Westminster schools will have extra staff and counsellors to help students cope with the news that one student died and another is in hospital.

Macaulay School

Police in Victoria, B.C., are warning parents and caregivers about a man who has repeatedly exposed himself to children near a school in Esquimalt.

Prince Report Seafest

CN Rail says the beach — the only one in the city — is contaminated and unsafe for public access.

Steampunk

A Vancouver artist digs into a centuries-old art form known as automata which uses complex design and intricate mechanics to bring whimsical characters and stories to life.

Abdul Ataya

Abdul Ataya is a 17-year-old Syrian refugee living in Prince Rupert, and an aspiring filmmaker who is using the art to practice English.

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The owner of a family campground and RV park near Kamloops B.C. is hoping the clever placement of his father's white car will scare drivers into slowing down at a busy highway crossing.

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Approximately 100 people have signed a petition to fight a new proposed residential development on a portion of Surrey's Eagle Quest Coyote Creek golf course.

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Six NDP leadership candidates squared off for the third debate in Sudbury, Ont., on Sunday, discussing policy issues including Indigenous rights, the economy and resource development.

Flood disaster volunteer to receive Medal of Good Citizenship

"He’s just a golden saint of a man and everybody who meets him wishes that they could be a little more like Clayton Cassidy." Cassidy's body has been found after being missing since May 5.

Himalayan Blackberry

According to the Stanley Park Ecological Society, the park has over 97 invasive species which affects a third of its land.

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Wind slammed a tree into Paul Dumais’ chicken coop this week while he was collecting eggs inside sending a shudder through the walls of the shack south of Quesnel B.C. -- but all survived.

STOCK POLICE LIGHTS SIRENS CAR

Mission RCMP said the rider was merging southbound onto the bridge when he collided with another vehicle around 6:45 p.m.

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Andrew Scheer's narrow victory over Maxime Bernier for the Conservative leadership can be chalked up to two factors: Bernier's underperformance in his home province of Quebec and a significant showing from social conservatives.

Metis graduation

Mark Stevens was taking part in a routine icebreaker exercise with a fellow UBC law school student when he realized he had made an unexpected historical connection.

Sports News

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The Windsor Spitfires have won the Memorial Cup. Aaron Luchuk scored the go-ahead goal 5:07 into the third period to lift the host team to a 4-3 win over the Ontario Hockey League champion Erie Otters.

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Scott Morgan won two golds on Sunday during the final day of the Canadian Championships in Artistic Gymnastics in his first competition since the Rio Olympics.

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Above all else, the Pittsburgh Penguins are here in the Stanley Cup final chasing history because of two long-time organizational pillars: Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin.

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Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James has slayed behemoths before and he's up for the challenge once again as him team prepares for another NBA Finals meeting with the Golden State Warriors.

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Takuma Sato won the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday to give Andretti a second consecutive victory in "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing." An Andretti driver has now won the 500 three times in the last four years.

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Andrew Cashner allowed one run over seven innings to help the Texas Rangers beat Toronto 3-1 Sunday and end the Blue Jays' season-high five-game winning streak.

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Tyla Nathan-Wong and Michaela Blyde scored first-half tries as New Zealand beat Canada 17-7 on Sunday to capture the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series event in Langford.

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Pole sitter Scott Dixon was knocked out of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday by a terrifying crash that saw his car fly over the car of Jay Howard and land atop the inside safety fence, where it split in two amid sparks and flames.

Rio Olympics Athletics

Canadian decathlete Damian Warner won the Hypo Meeting for the third time in his career as Day 2 of the event wrapped up in Gotzis, Austria on Sunday.

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Canadian wheelchair racer Brent Lakatos broke the world record in the 100-metre event twice in a span of three days at the Daniela Jutzeler para-athletics in Arbon, Switzerland. The Dorval, Que., native also established a new mark in the 800m.

Italy Giro Cycling

Tom Dumoulin won the 100th Giro d'Italia in dramatic fashion Sunday, reclaiming the overall lead in a final-stage individual time trial.

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François Imbeau-Dulac and Peter Thach Mai made it a Canadian golden sweep in the 3-metre synchro events at the FINA Grand Prix diving event in Madrid on Sunday.

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Angelique Kerber is the first women's No. 1 seed to lose in the French Open's first round in the Open era. Kerber lost 6-2, 6-2 to the 40th-ranked Ekaterina Makarova of Russia at Roland Garros on Sunday.

Germany Canoe World Championships

Canadian paddlers had a successful final day of action at this weekend's Canoe Sprint World Cup in Szeged, Hungary. Laurence Vincent-Lapointe scored Canada's only gold of the weekend, picking up the victory in the women's C1 200 metre event.

Canada Pan Am Games Womens Artistic Gymnastics

A year after finishing second at the Canadian Championships, Ellie Black is back where she wants to be. The Halifax native regained her senior all-around title on Saturday at the 2017 Canadian Championships in Artistic Gymnastics in Montreal.

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Canadian sprint sensation Andre De Grasse posted a sub-10-second time in the men's 100-metre final but finished just off the podium Saturday at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, Ore.

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The Canadian pair of Mia Vallee and Olivia Chamandy won gold in the three-metre sychro final at the FINA Grand Prix in Madrid on Saturday.

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Olympic medallist Andre De Grasse goes head-to-head with CBC Sports' Anson Henry in a fierce game of H.O.R.S.E.

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At his best, Cam Levins is a world-class distance runner, but his career has been slowed by injury and misfortune. Coming off foot surgery, the Canadian hopes to get his career back on (or maybe off) track.

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He owned a share of the 100-metre world record while still a teenager and went on to win an Olympic medal, but Canadian sprinting legend Harry Jerome struggled to outrun the prejudice of his day.

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