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Andrew Scheer on the campaign trail | Day 10
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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio ends 2020 presidential bid
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In today's Morning Brief : • Why Trudeau didn't tell candidate-vetting committee about blackface incidents. • Experts say vaping's increase in popularity is due to changes in devices' chemistry. • Students strike globally for climate action.
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A re-elected Liberal government would ban some types of assault-style rifles, as well as introduce new restrictions on where firearms can be stored. Gun rights groups say they're mobilizing members before the Oct. 21 election.
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That should read "shown in one photo." ^jb
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is ending his quest to be the Democrats' presidential nominee in the 2020 presidential race. 'I feel like I have contributed all I can to this primary election. It’s clearly not my time,' he said in an interview on MSNBC's 'Morning Joe.'
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Sunny Khurana, shown one photo of Justin Trudeau in brownface in 2001, says Trudeau's makeup and costume didn't register as offensive to him.
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CBC Politics 1h
Where the party leaders are on Day 10 of the federal election campaign
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Liberal leader Justin Trudeau is mired in scandal, following the release of images depicting him in blackface. We spoke to and about why they say this represents a failure in accounting for Canada’s historical record on race.
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Experts say chloride negatively impacts aquatic life and salt should be used less on roads.
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The program lets customers pre-purchase vouchers that patrons who couldn't otherwise afford items can exchange for baked goods.
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The shortage of top-end sports facilities also means Ottawa is missing out on major events, according to the council.
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The company is projecting that it will create 200 jobs related to design, software development and management by 2023.
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The two teens have been in custody since late August for breaching court-imposed conditions on a separate matter, according to authorities.
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The fake ad was for a front desk receptionist position, offering a salary from $33,000 to $35,000.
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Earlier in the week, NBC had listed Trudeau as an expected guest.
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Tagging helps researchers understand where monarchs start and end their migration journey and what happens along the way.
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Do you have a question you'd like asked at the federal leaders' debate? You have until Sunday to send it in. Here's how:
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The man apologized to a judge and moments later said outside the court that he did not regret his actions.
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Authorities believe the woman was taking pictures or filming the crash scene as she drove by.
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