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Forest fires burn in northern Ontario

Forest fires are burning in northern and northeastern Ontario. CBC's Philip Lee-Shanok reports.
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Selling Mexico's 'devil fish' snacks to Canadians

Two entrepreneurs from University of California, Berkeley are hoping to sell Mexico's "devil fish" as sustainable snacks to Canadian consumers. CBC's Kim Brunhuber reports.
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London wants more women to cycle

City planners in London are trying to get more women to cycle. CBC's Margaret Evans reports.
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$25-million ferries unable to load cars in Newfoundland

$25-million ferries from the French territory of St-Pierre-Miquelon are unable to load cars on the Newfoundland side. CBC's Chris O'Neill-Yates reports.
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Calgary creates largest pathway network in North America

Calgary has created the largest pathway network in North America, connecting the city's bike paths. CBC's Erin Collins reports.
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Trump's former campaign adviser denies Russian connection

U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign adviser Carter Page denies any Russian connection. CBC's Paul Hunter reports.
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Ride-along with Toronto police officers

The city of Toronto has put more police officers on night patrol in response to a recent spike in gun violence. CBC's Marie Michelle Lauzon joined Toronto police for a ride-along to see how residents are reacting.
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B.C.'s Okanagan braces for more wildfires

B.C.'s Okanagan region is bracing for another week of potential wildfires. CBC's Renée Filippone reports.
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White Helmets: How they became targets

The White Helmets made enemies by thwarting Bashar al-Assad's regime. CBC's Susan Ormiston takes a deeper look at how the rescue workers became targets.
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Canada's role in the White Helmets rescue effort

Canada played a role in the international effort to rescue White Helmet volunteers from Syria. CBC's Murray Brewster reports.
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The National for July 22, 2018

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Wildfire situation stable in B.C., but bad conditions await

More than 1,700 people are affected by the wildfires, with 38 properties on evacuation order and another 800 on evacuation alert.
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The National for July 20, 2018

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How #MeToo is changing the way museums do exhibits

The #MeToo movement is also changing the way museums handle artists' exhibits, specifically those who have been accused of abuse. The National takes you to the Royal Ontario Museum, where that change will be on display starting July 21.
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Canadian director angers another community with latest play

Iconic Canadian director Robert LePage has angered yet another community with his latest play, Kanata. It examines the relationship between Canada's white and Indigenous peoples, however it has no Indigenous performers.
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Airbnb in Nova Scotia: Why the province isn't cracking down

The National looks at why tourism and a lack of rental units is keeping the province from cracking down on Airbnb listings.
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NASA's 1st mission to touch the sun

A spacecraft will travel directly into the sun's atmosphere to revolutionize our understanding of the star, where changing conditions can spread out into the solar system, affecting Earth and other worlds.
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Premiers agree to relax liquor restrictions

Canada's premiers have agreed to relax laws that restricted the amount of liquor people could bring across provincial borders.
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Remains of 8th McArthur victim found, police believe that's it

The remains of Majeed Kayhan, one of alleged Toronto serial killer Bruce McArthur's victims, have been found, and police say there is no evidence to suggest there are any other victims on the properties they've searched.
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WhatsApp tweaks its service to head off fake-news killings

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.
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Who Is America? and inclusiveness in Hollywood | The National Panel

Sacha Baron Cohen's new series Who Is America? is sparking conversation about parody and its relationship with politics. Inclusiveness in Hollywood is also once again in the spotlight, as some people are criticizing The Rock for playing the role of an amputee.
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Canada should apologize for forced adoptions: Senate report

Between 1945 and 1971, an estimated 350,000 Canadian women were forced to give up their babies for adoption because they weren't married.
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Carbon tax: What effect has it had on B.C.?

A federal carbon tax has been a hot topic for debate for many provinces who that don't have one — but B.C. has for the last ten years. The National looks at the effect B.C.'s carbon tax has had on the province.
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Tick season has N.S. community taking extra precautions

Tick season is particularly bad in Nova Scotia's South Shore region, where the blood-sucking parasites put people at risk of Lyme disease.
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The National for July 19, 2018

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Trump invites Putin to White House

U.S. President Donald Trump asked his national security adviser to formally invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to the White House this fall, to the surprise of people across the U.S.
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NDP MP Christine Moore cleared of allegations of sexual misconduct

An independent investigator says Moore did nothing inappropriate in a relationship with a former soldier.
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Trump's auto tariffs face opposition from U.S. industry

It comes as the U.S. Department of Commerce holds a public hearing on whether imported cars are what Trump claims they are: a national security threat.
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