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  1. 'I had a hard time breathing': Changes urged over airplane cabin fumigation
  2. The National
  3. Tiger Woods ends 13-year Masters title drought
  4. Time out for time outs: Why pediatricians now promote 'positive parenting'
  5. Trump removes Twitter video accusing Rep. Ilhan Omar of dismissing 9/11 attacks
  6. 6 hurt after suspected tornado hits rural Ohio city
  7. Alberta election promised titanic clash, delivered name-calling, biting attacks
  8. What the SNC board may have known about the firm's dealings in Libya — like the
  9. Average house price has fallen by almost 2% to just over $480,000 in past year, CREA
  10. An Indigenous artist takes a vacation alone — and CBSA holds him, X-rays him for drug
  11. Ford government challenging federal carbon tax in court
  12. How to prepare the economy for the baby boom bust: Don Pittis
  13. World's biggest plane takes flight
  14. A Brexit 'nervous breakdown': Britons seek out meditation, therapy to cope
  15. Fire engulfs Paris's Notre-Dame Cathedral, collapsing spire, roof
  16. Suspect posing as delivery man shot woman with concealed crossbow, police say
  17. Metro grocery stores in Quebec will allow customers to shop with reusable containers
  18. Justice Department says redacted Mueller report to be delivered Thursday
  19. First reactor fuel rods removed from crippled Fukushima power plant
  20. Actor Lori Loughlin, other parents plead not guilty in U.S. college admissions case
  21. 'It's absolutely heartbreaking': Canadians mourn as Notre-Dame Cathedral burns
  22. Male in custody after 4 slain in 'targeted' shootings in Penticton, B.C.
  23. Supreme Court Justice Gascon retires — and government wants his replacement named bef
  24. Girl, 5, shot in Christchurch mosque attack awakens from coma unable to see
  25. Alberta political leaders trade pipeline barbs in final campaign push
  26. Suspended Nazem Kadri to miss rest of Maple Leafs' series against Bruins
  27. Fire out at cathedral but much work ahead for destroyed Notre-Dame
  28. Albertans head to the polls after divisive election campaign
  29. New gay rights coin divides LGBT community - and outrages social conservatives
  30. Trading tuition for a slice of future income
  31. Federal call centres dropped more than 3 million calls last year
  32. 'Notre-Dame is our history': Why the centuries-old cathedral means so much to France
  33. CBC revives Battle of the Blades skate competition show
  34. Canadian government set to defend its carbon tax in Ontario court battle
  35. Ex-MP made $1M on Ontario town deals while sister was mayor, inquiry reveals
  36. Notre-Dame fire: What's been lost, what's been saved and where there's hope
  37. 3 teens charged with 1st-degree murder after Dundas, Ont., car crash
  38. Polarized Alberta? Opinions vary widely and strongly, Vote Compass suggests
  39. Former city employee charged with murder after deadly shootings in Penticton
  40. B.C. man dies in zipline accident in Thailand
  41. Immigrant families more likely to own home than add to pension plan, StatsCan says
  42. Feds back up a step in fight to keep some information from Mark Norman's lawyers
  43. SUV narrowly misses man — in his living room
  44. She changed a stranger's life in what's believed to be a North American first
  45. Trudeau takes questions at Cambridge town hall LIVE
  46. May 15 set for Newfoundland and Labrador election, sources say
  47. New measles case confirmed, infected person visited Vancouver airport
  48. Jason Kenney won big — and the Ottawa-Alberta relationship is about to get unruly
  49. 'The dilemma is the authenticity': What it will take to rebuild Notre-Dame
  50. 7 key questions the [redacted] Mueller report could finally answer
  51. Restraining the housing market may be wise — but it remains divisive: Don Pittis
  52. Oilpatch hopes investment flows back to Alberta after big Kenney win
  53. Couple says they were scammed by Dominican casino on resort, bullied into paying $6,5
  54. Freeland vows to protect Canadian interest following U.S. decision to allow lawsuits
  55. Ottawa acting like 'Big Brother' on carbon price law, Ontario court told
  56. FBI says teen in Colorado who wrote about Columbine shooting is no longer a threat
  57. U.K. tourists evicted from Niagara Falls hotel for supporting striking café workers
  58. Higher food prices help push Canada's inflation rate up to 1.9% in March
  59. Canadian museums set for policy review connected to TRC call to action
  60. Mueller report promises to fuel America's blazing partisan fires
  61. Notre-Dame to be closed as long as 6 years, Paris cathedral's rector says
  62. Canada pushes back after U.S. clears the way for lawsuits over seized Cuban property
  63. Some activity restored in brains of slaughtered pigs, study reports
  64. Kenney's election win prompts reactions from B.C., Quebec, Ontario leaders
  65. North Korea reportedly tests new guided tactical weapon
  66. Pass it on, provinces: Cities say provincial governments hoarding marijuana tax cash
  67. Film, TV studios filing lawsuits against Canadian BitTorrent users
  68. Astrophysicists find elusive molecule that 'kick-started' the universe
  69. Dozens dead in tourist bus crash in Portugal
  70. 'Leaders have a responsibility to tackle climate change,' McKenna says day after Kenn
  71. Bruins' Pastrnak returns to 1st love — beating the Leafs
  72. Obstruction or not, Mueller report shows Trump's panic during Russia investigation
  73. Supreme Court rules that police don't need warrant to carry out child luring sting op
  74. Mueller report details 'inadequate' Trump answers, attempts by president to end probe
  75. Groups that help newcomers seek solutions after Syrian girl, 9, dies by suicide in Ca
  76. Medical malpractice suits are an uphill battle — here's why
  77. Canada exempts $110M more of U.S. imports from retaliatory tariffs
  78. Fredericton man's life saved in Florida by passerby who happened to be from Frederict
  79. Ottawa plans to make Trans Mountain decision by June 18
  80. Fearsome ancient hyena-wolf was bigger than a polar bear
  81. Doug Ford's 'beer in corner stores' plan could leave taxpayers on the hook for hundre
  82. Mueller's report is worse for Trump than Barr let on — but likely not as ruinou
  83. Journalist shot dead during Northern Ireland riot
  84. Meat and the environment: Do Canadians know what's at stake?
  85. Steve Yzerman reportedly leaving Lightning to become Red Wings GM
  86. Trio of world-renowned climbers missing and presumed dead in Banff avalanche
  87. U.S. House judiciary committee issues subpoena for full Mueller report
  88. Fiat Chrysler recall of Dodge Darts affects 20,117 Canadian vehicles
  89. Flexible work — for everyone — is key to keeping women in the workforce, experts say
  90. Donations pour in from around the world to fix Notre-Dame
  91. ISS astronauts set for Easter feast thanks to arrival of private supply ship
  92. California couple sentenced to life for shackling, abusing their 12 children
  93. Quebec calls in the army as flooding begins
  94. Bronfman heiress pleads guilty in NXIVM sex slave case
  95. Austrian climber missing after Banff avalanche 'dedicated his life to the mountains,'
  96. Brain-injury device licensed by Health Canada was rejected by the FDA
  97. This trio of eagles — 1 female and 2 males — are raising a family together
  98. Fire watch: Officials have plans to prevent a Notre-Dame blaze on Parliament Hill
  99. Potential victory by Ukraine's 'Donald Trump' prompts uncertainty
  100. P.E.I. Green Party candidate dies in 'tragic accident' days before provincial electio
  101. First responders rush to Langley, B.C., home after deck collapses
  102. This is what happens to the e-waste you drop off for recycling
  103. How international pop is capturing the music world
  104. How French's ketchup took a bite out of Heinz
  105. 1 dead in western Quebec as province remains on flood alert
  106. Northern Ireland police arrest 2 over killing of journalist
  107. How a Canadian brought curling to Kosovo — and a spot at its 1st world championship
  108. What happened to triclosan? A lingering legacy of the hyper-hygiene era
  109. Ahead of federal election, imams at 69 Canadian mosques deliver message that every vo
  110. Explosions at Sri Lankan churches, hotels kill at least 138
  111. With 6 months to go, Justin Trudeau is up against history
  112. 'Cold comfort': Ottawa's plans to protect pensions not good enough, say critics
  113. Battling burnout: Modern work pressures distort our very identities, warns Rahaf Harf
  114. Brooke Henderson ties Canadian record with win at Lotte Championship
  115. FBI arrests leader of armed militia stopping migrants at U.S.-Mexico border
  116. Troops will be deployed as N.B. floodwaters creep higher
  117. Sorry, Canada — the Leafs are your last hope to bring the Cup home
  118. P.E.I. heads to the polls today — and it could make history
  119. Imagining what it would take for Poloz to raise your mortgage rate: Don Pittis
  120. Coming together: One year after Toronto van attack, victim's family and witnesses fin
  121. Sri Lanka arrests 40 suspects after bombings, death toll up to 310
  122. 'You can't impeach,' Trump says. Don't expect Democrats to try to prove him wrong.
  123. No skillset could have prevented climber deaths in 'avalanche like that,' says Banff
  124. Kim Jong-un to meet with Vladimir Putin 'soon': North Korean state media
  125. In Ontario town, homeowners say solution needed to coyotes that threaten their pets
  126. Millennials earn more than their parents did — but owe a lot more
  127. 'We can still hear some voices': Race on to find survivors after deadly Philippine qu
  128. 737 Max airliner has a huge image problem - here's how Boeing is trying to fix it
  129. PC minority, Green Opposition will be 'a new era in Island politics'
  130. Bias at the border? CBSA study finds travellers from some countries face more delays
  131. Death toll rises to 359 in Sri Lanka bombings, more arrested
  132. Joe Biden is expected to be the Democratic front-runner — but his baggage could slow
  133. Leafs face another long summer of second-guessing after devastating Game 7 loss
  134. 'Eat it if you want to': Filipino President Duterte lashes out over Canadian cargo of
  135. The federal budget bill can't actually 'free the beer'
  136. The working-at-home blues: Loneliness, depression a risk for those who are isolated
  137. Justin Trudeau's carbon tax is revenue neutral... for now: Neil Macdonald
  138. After losing infant son and leg in horrific crash, air force captain loses legal batt
  139. Hate-crime attack on café staged, Winnipeg police say, after owners charged with misc
  140. Canada says fix for garbage spat with Philippines on its way
  141. Former hostage Joshua Boyle's trial likely suspended — potentially for years
  142. Longest, fastest, highest roller-coaster of its type set to terrify riders at Canada'
  143. Top health officer calls on B.C. to 'urgently' decriminalize possession of illicit dr
  144. Britney Spears says 'all is well' despite family stress, fans' concerns
  145. Hundreds forced from homes, part of Trans-Canada closed as river rises below Frederic
  146. Here's how rising air pollution is likely affecting your health
  147. 'Hug your kids extra tight,' says father of boy killed in Sri Lanka bombings
  148. Putin lends Kim support for ending nuclear standoff
  149. Scientists alarmed by disappearing penguin population at Antarctic breeding ground
  150. Has the NRA become too political? Insiders say group's own members fiercely divided
  151. Stephen Poloz warns of risks — but signs of recovery mean rates could still rise: Don
  152. Experts say 'predatory' essay writing firms are thriving, and there's no law to stop
  153. Joe Biden formally enters Democratic field for 2020 presidential race
  154. Why hasn't Facebook banned any far-right groups in Quebec?
  155. Ford says Ontario's done its 'fair share' on climate change - but that's not how it w
  156. Sri Lanka on edge days after deadly Easter blasts
  157. How do you prove a porn user is 18 or older?
  158. 'It's time for us to watch them': App lets you spy on Alexa and the rest of your smar
  159. Putin, Kim discuss how to break North Korean nuclear standoff
  160. Climate-change protesters glue themselves to the London Stock Exchange
  161. 'Morale is depleting': Frustration mounts as Ottawa River levels expected to rise
  162. Quebec government shuts down Montreal-area bridge as water levels rise
  163. Nova Scotia's health care 'crisis' is Canada's crisis too
  164. Plant-based eating goes mainstream as Beyond Meat targets Canadian grocery shelves
  165. Scheer promises to unveil climate plan before the summer
  166. 'River is higher, water is flowing faster': Ontario cottage country flooding worsens
  167. How a deadly racist rampage put a Sikh man and a former white supremacist on a missio
  168. Indian police uncovered an attack plot, but Sri Lanka didn't act
  169. New Zealand: the Five Eyes ally that came up short in Canada's Huawei dispute
  170. How a Vancouver real estate agent became an Australian drug mule
  171. Flooded Quebec community's residents defy evacuation orders, stay behind to 'defend'
  172. 1 woman killed, 3 people injured in shooting at California synagogue
  173. Volunteer confronts Trudeau over holding up Ottawa sandbag efforts for 'photo-op'
  174. Canada-wide salmonella linked to Celebrate brand frozen cream puffs
  175. 'Not over yet': N.B. floodwaters were dropping, but now forecast is wind and rain
  176. 'Evacuation now!': As torrent of water rushes in from breached dike, thousands forced
  177. Ottawa River floods set to smash all-time records
  178. Faith leaders in Sri Lanka fear reprisals but vow to unite country after Easter Sunda
  179. U.S. pilots demand better training if Boeing wants to rebuild trust in 737 MAX
  180. Several injured, some seriously, in bus crash in blizzard conditions
  181. 'Blown away': Avengers: Endgame is first film to surpass $1B opening weekend
  182. California synagogue shooting victim was 'taking bullets' to save rabbi, friend says
  183. Hamburglar strikes again, feasts on $2,000 in meals using customer's McDonald's app
  184. N.B. water levels to remain above flood stage for several days
  185. Socialists lead in Spanish election as far-right make gains
  186. China suspends pork imports from 2 Canadian companies, agriculture minister says
  187. Barr criticizes Mueller's 'snitty' complaints before Senate, refuses to appear before
  188. 'We've never seen anything like this': Wobbling jet stream flows from black hole
  189. B.C. premier pushes back against Alberta's threat to turn off taps
  190. Cigarette packages will be the 'ugliest colour in the world' starting in November
  191. Fossil discovery provides insight into mysteries of early humans
  192. Transformed by disaster: Gatineau, before and after devastating flood
  193. Why the Caster Semenya case is a human rights issue
  194. Drake an early winner at Billboard Music Awards
  195. Saskatchewan premier plans to appeal carbon tax decision to Supreme Court
  196. Why U.S. military intervention in Venezuela is 'possible' — but improbable
  197. Another oil and gas company fails in Alberta — and more than a dozen others are teete
  198. Ebola death toll passes 1,000 as officials warn of 'volatile situation'
  199. 'Problematic' slogan pulled by Moosehead Breweries after complaints
  200. 'Poor Canada': Will Meng Wanzhou extradition hearing threaten national interest?
  201. How biometric data-sharing with U.S. is barring Mexican workers from Canada
  202. Digital economy is bigger than mining, forestry, oil and gas, StatsCan says
  203. No political interference in SNC-Lavalin donations probe, top election officer says
  204. Cyclone Fani slams Indian coast, with Bangladesh in sight
  205. Saskatchewan premier plans to appeal carbon tax decision to Supreme Court
  206. Royal Canadian Legion to investigate hate-group presence in local Alberta branch, ban
  207. North Korea fires several short-range projectiles into sea, South says
  208. Cows and climate change: A closer look
  209. Game on: Nova Scotia education minister orders rugby reinstated at high schools
  210. Uber Eats announces insurance for bike couriers in Ontario
  211. Ottawa proposes making some employers offer menstrual products for free at work
  212. Even in Canada's electric-vehicle utopia, you can't miss what's hampering EV sales
  213. Country House wins Kentucky Derby after Maximum Security disqualified
  214. She acted with Lori Loughlin. Now she's flagging the real problems behind the college
  215. Passengers lined up on wings after plane slides off Florida runway in thunder storm
  216. Despite Trump's scaremongering, socialism is gaining a foothold in America
  217. Water levels continue to recede along Ottawa River
  218. The carbon tax survived Saskatchewan. That was the easy part.
  219. No injuries, minor damage after cruise ships bump in Vancouver harbour
  220. Despite reversal, threatening to ban rugby punishes players for reporting concussions
  221. President's Choice sauces recalled due to possible glass fragments
  222. Brothers have the same deadly disease but only 1 gets what their parents hope is life
  223. Our new politics newsletter: Voters are open to something different
  224. 41 dead after plane makes fiery emergency landing at Moscow airport
  225. Canada Border Services seizes lawyer's phone, laptop for not sharing passwords
  226. Young HIV patients dying in Sask. despite availability of free treatment: doctors
  227. Fed-up Canada leans on United States to help with China crisis
  228. Cigarettes in plain packages — it only took 25 years
  229. Are Meghan and Harry really going to Africa?
  230. Trudeau, Singh both have reason to worry about Green byelection breakthrough
  231. U.S. cold-shoulders Canada as superpowers square off over Arctic riches
  232. Landlord charged with murder of Calgary mom, toddler after bodies found in woods
  233. In first major foreign policy speech, Scheer takes aim at 'disastrous' Trudeau
  234. Watchdog sees growing backlog in asylum cases as Conservatives pledge to fix refugee
  235. Startling UN biodiversity report is a reminder of the risks Canada faces
  236. B.C. premier calls for independent investigation into high gas prices
  237. If newspaper health is a measure of democracy, our democracy is in decline: Neil Macd
  238. Edmonton Oilers owner Daryl Katz dealing with life-threatening illness, team says
  239. Venezuela's Supreme Court opens criminal investigation after uprising attempt fails
  240. How a Green breakthrough could redraw the electoral map
  241. Information from former Conservative cabinet ministers helped put an end to Norman ca
  242. What's the U.S.-China trade war all about?
  243. China holds appeal hearing for Canadian sentenced to death
  244. 'We can't get out': Flooding turns Ottawa Valley community into island
  245. Calgary man convicted of teen's swarming murder laughs at judge, exits slamming door
  246. Contracts gave Coca-Cola power to quash health research, study says
  247. Offer free birth control for under 25s, Canadian Paediatric Society says
  248. Can art be habit-forming? The AGO thinks so, and is dropping some admission fees to t
  249. Why desperate Americans are driving to Canada in caravans for insulin
  250. After 3 years with no settlement, Fort McMurray woman wants Insurance Act changed