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Ontario pub still rocking around the clock for Guinness record

An attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the longest non-stop concert by multiple artists has been underway for about 12 days now inside a Stouffville, Ont. tavern -- amazingly, the organizers say the round-the-clock party is still going strong.
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Alberta poised to apologize to Sixties Scoop survivors

Alberta could become the second province to apologize to the Indigenous families broken up in the Sixties Scoop.
In the 1960s, and for 20 years thereafter, many Indigenous children across the country were taken from their families and placed in non-Indigenous foster homes.
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Canadian airport employees ID’d as ISIS supporters: Report

A troubling new report suggests that Montreal’s Trudeau International Airport has been infiltrated by radicalized individuals.
According to an investigative journalism report from the public affairs program JE, aired on the Quebec-based French-language station TVA, several employees at the airport were stripped of their security clearance due to radicalization and support for the Islamic State.
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Arisa Cox breaks down this week's chaotic Big Brother Canada

Miss a week, miss a lot! Chaos reigned supreme in the Big Brother Canada house since Dallas was evicted last Thursday. On Wednesday airing at 9 p.m. airing on Global, current nominees Cassandra and Jackie and Head of Household Neda will fight for the power of veto.
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U.S. lawmakers vote to allow internet providers to sell customers' browsing data

WASHINGTON -- The House voted Tuesday to block online privacy regulations issued during the final months of the Obama administration, a first step toward allowing internet providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to sell the browsing habits of their customers.
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Montreal senior taking city to court over graffiti fines

An 82-year-old Montreal landlord is taking the city to court over fines he's faced for graffiti on his property, arguing there’s too much for him to get removed.
Edward Kalil says his property, as well as buildings in his the Notre-Dame-de-Grace borough, are constantly hit with graffiti tags.
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HMCS Saskatoon, U.S. Coast Guard haul in 14.5 tonnes of cocaine

Who says Saskatoon is cold in March?
Some Central American drug smugglers were certainly feeling the heat from the brave men and women who proudly represent the western Canadian city — the 40-member crew on the HMCS Saskatoon.
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In an interview room at Calgary police headquarters, a tearful 13-year-old girl stood up, lifted her shirt and showed a child abuse detective dozens of tiny scars she said were inflicted with a barbecue fork by her aunt on 20 different occasions.
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Market forces may thwart Trump's support of coal industry: analyst

Despite U.S. President Donald Trump's vow to open more coal mines and roll back aspects of former president Barack Obama's initiatives to fight climate change, a Canadian non-profit institute says market forces may work against the 45th president.
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Auston Matthews sets Toronto rookie goal record in win over Panthers

Auston Matthews had a record-breaking night and the Toronto Maple Leafs scored a huge two points as they continue to push for the post-season.
Matthews broke Wendel Clark's 31-year-old franchise rookie record with his 35th goal of the season, the Leafs prevailing 3-2 over the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night.
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Mississippi looking at bringing back firing squad for executions

JACKSON, Miss. -- Lawmakers want Mississippi to change how it handles executions, with changes meant to overcome legal challenges to execution drugs, and possibly allow the state to use electrocution and the firing squad as death penalty methods.
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Bodies of UN investigators, translator found in Congo

The bodies of an American and a Swedish investigator with the United Nations and their Congolese interpreter have been found in Congo's Central Kasai province, authorities said Tuesday, more than two weeks after they disappeared while looking into recent violence there.
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