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U.S. President Joe Biden's chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci says the prospect of opening the U.S. border to fully vaccinated Canadians is part of an "active discussion" in the White House.
"I can tell you that the border situation and letting Canadians in who are fully vaccinated is an area of active discussion right now in the U.S.
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CALGARY -- A Calgary father is concerned about his daughter, who police say has been allegedly abducted by her grandparents and taken to Turkey.
Justin Coutts said his seven-year-old daughter Teaghan is with Louanne Bass-Hassan and Mostafa Hassan, her maternal grandparents, who allegedly took her out of Canada illegally.
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The Royal Canadian Geographical Society in Canada and the National Geographic Society in the U.S. are honouring the late Alex Trebek with a special grant program named after the longtime Jeopardy host.
Trebek, who grew up in Sudbury, Ont.
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Salmon are getting cooked by climate change. Here's how they could be saved

A heat wave is expected to kill all juvenile chinook salmon in California's Sacramento River, wildlife officials say. Meanwhile, climate change and extreme heat waves are hitting Canada's salmon too, on both coasts.
So, how bad is it here, and what can be done to save our salmon? CBC News explains.
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Man missing in B.C. backcountry for 2 weeks found by wildfire crew

A wildfire attack crew looking for a newly started forest fire instead found a man who had been missing in the rugged backcountry of Garibaldi Provincial Park, north of Vancouver.
A statement from Squamish RCMP says the hiker missing in the park for two weeks was found safe on Thursday.
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Swastika painted next to Jewish man's car in Kelowna, B.C.

VANCOUVER -- An osteopathic practitioner in Kelowna says he's been targeted for his Jewish heritage before, but that didn't make what happened on Wednesday any easier.
Michael, who asked CTV News Vancouver not to use his last name or image because of concerns for his safety, had just finished work at his West Kelowna clinic and was loading his things into the back seat of his car when he noticed the swastika painted on the pavement behind the vehicle.
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HALIFAX -- New Brunswick will move into the Green phase of its recovery plan on July 30, lifting all public health restrictions and opening the province to travel, Premier Blaine Higgs announced Friday.
“This morning, Cabinet and the all-party cabinet committee on COVID-19 agreed that New Brunswick’s mandatory order will not be renewed on July 30.
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Yogi Muise, cornerstone member of Cape Breton's Men of the Deeps, has died

Yogi Muise, a longtime member of Cape Breton's Men of the Deeps, has died.
He performed with the choir of former coal miners for over 50 years.
Muise, who was 85, is being remembered for his love of music as well as being a big, gentle man who loved to listen to people's stories.
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HALIFAX -- Nova Scotia's Liberal leader says he's trying to contact a female candidate who says party staff pressured her to drop out because of revealing photos and told her to instead cite mental health concerns.
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TORONTO -- Five city councillors are calling on the mayor to prevent any “extreme show of force” by the city when homeless encampments are dismantled after violent scuffles broke out between protesters and police earlier this week.
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Yukon becomes 3rd Canadian jurisdiction to reach deal on child-care funding

The Yukon government became the third jurisdiction in Canada to make a deal with the federal government on child care on Friday.
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland announced, alongside other federal officials and the Yukon government, a $41.6 million deal over five years to create an average $10 a day child care option to children under age six.
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MIDDLESEX CENTRE, ONT. -- Ontario Provincial Police have laid charges following a fire pit incident that left a one-year-old dead, and two more children and two adults injured.
The children's grandfather, Johan Hiebert, 55, of Bayham, Ont.
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Governor general-designate Mary Simon speaks with the Queen

Governor general-designate Mary Simon spoke with the Queen for the first time Thursday.
In a short clip of the online conversation that was posted on The Royal Family's Instagram account, the Queen said it was good to speak with Simon and told her she was "taking over a very important job.
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