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Canadians on the front lines of New York's war on opioids | Dispatch

Canadians are on the front lines of New York's war on opioids. CBC's Steven D'Souza reports on the workers trying to open the first supervised injection sites in the U.S.
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Former MP Paul Dewar embracing life after terminal cancer diagnosis

Former MP Paul Dewar sits down with Rosemary Barton to talk about embracing life after his terminal cancer diagnosis.
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Lobster season takes hit to protect North Atlantic right whale

Lobster season is taking a hit to protect endangered North Atlantic right whales, spotted off the coast of New Brunswick.
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Toronto cyclist and pedestrian deaths prompt call for change

After three Toronto cyclists and one pedestrian died this month after being hit by vehicles, safety advocates are calling for change. CBC's Jacqueline Hansen reports.
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Zero tolerance policy rips apart migrant families in U.S.

The Trump administration's zero tolerance policy on illegal entry is ripping apart migrant families in the U.S. CBC's Paul Hunter reports on the opposing voices.
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Trump's tariffs could affect Quebec byelection

U.S. President Donald Trump's tariffs could affect the outcome of a federal byelection in Quebec.
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The National for June 17, 2018

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Former MP Paul Dewar part of drug trial in battle against malignant brain tumour

Former MP Paul Dewar says he is taking part in an immunotherapy drug trial, but he doesn't hold out hope that it will cure his type of brain cancer.
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'The real meaning of the word crisis is turning point': Paul Dewar reflects on his cancer diagnosis

Former NDP MP Paul Dewar sits down with The National's Rosemary Barton following the public disclosure of his terminal brain cancer prognosis
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Indigenous Twilight dancers cope with suicide trauma

Twilight dancers are a group of Indigenous teens competing in square dance, which they say helps them cope with the trauma of suicide in their community.
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Pixar short film Bao highlights director's Toronto childhood

The Pixar short film Bao from Chinese-Canadian filmmaker Domee Shi is the first Pixar film directed by a woman. The story highlights the director's Toronto childhood.
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Siksika Nation teens reconnect with history in archeological dig

High school students from the Siksika Nation near Calgary are taking part in an archeological dig to reconnect with their history.
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Trump spars with reporters on White House lawn

U.S. President Donald Trump sparred with reporters on the White House lawn after crashing a live Fox & Friends broadcast.
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Gun violence in Toronto on the rise

Gun violence in Toronto has been on the rise in recent years, bucking the national downward trend of gun homicides in Canada.
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Outrage after 2 children shot and wounded at Toronto playground

Residents are outraged after two children were shot at a Toronto playground. The gunshots hit two sisters, aged five and nine, who are now in stable condition.
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Recent shootings leave cities across Canada reeling

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse:
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Pain of Grenfell Tower fire still fresh on one-year anniversary

CBC News revisited Grenfell to see what has changed since the fire — and what hasn't.
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U.S.-Canada trade war, Maxime Bernier gets demoted | At Issue

Rosemary Barton hosts Andrew Coyne, Chantal Hébert and Paul Wells, as the panel weighs in on trade relations and MPs speaking out.
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The National for June 14, 2018

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Toronto and Vancouver crack down on Airbnb listings

Critics are welcoming the new regulations, but believe more can be done by holding companies like Airbnb accountable as well.
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Sales tactics of Canada's telecom companies to be investigated

It comes after months of stories from CBC's Go Public, documenting allegations of aggressive and misleading sales practices.
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Migrant families torn apart in U.S., children's futures uncertain

Migrant families are being torn apart in the U.S., as children are separated from their parents and sent to shelters, their futures uncertain as their parents are jailed to await trial.
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James Comey slammed by justice report

It was scathing in its judgment of Comey and called him 'insubordinate,' but says his actions weren't politically motivated.
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World Cup fans look past Russia's controversies to enjoy tournament

Human rights activists, though, are continuing to urge fans to boycott the event.
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NAFTA talks resume, but other trade threats remain

Canada is still dealing with new U.S. tariffs, and now there's concern Italy will not ratify the Canada-European Union trade deal.
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Canada's population tops 37 million after record two-year surge

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Canada's population growth sets record; massive military offensive under way in Yemen
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Gordon Smedley opens up about struggles with addiction

In this November 2016 interview with Ian Hanomansing in Vancouver, Gordon Smedley reflects on his struggles with addiction after overdosing on fentanyl on two separate occasions.
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As World Cup kicks off, Russia looks to show the West it's not isolated

The World Cup begins today in Moscow. After eight years of planning and politics, Russian President Vladimir Putin is counting on the event to send a clear message to the West: Attempts to weaken and isolate Russia haven't worked.
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