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    Ford Maintains Position That Consultation Needed for Ontario’s Sex-Ed Curriculum
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    Canada Post Supervisor Visits Woman After Mail Carrier Pilfered Her Tomatoes
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    Doug Ford’s Government Lays out Plans in Throne Speech
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    Mcdonald’s Canada Acquires Beef From ‘Certified Sustainable’ Practices
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    ‘Potential Risk’ to GTA Prompts Increased Police Presence in Toronto
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    Stratford Mayor Encourages Justin Bieber to Hold Wedding in Hometown
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    Corpse Flower Set to Unleash Putrid Scent at Vancouver Conservatory
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    The High Price of Counterfeit
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    Hurricane Chris Headed to Newfoundland as Post-Tropical Storm
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    Ford Government to Scrap Controversial Sex-Ed for New School Year
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    Bank of Canada Hikes Rates as Trade Spat Begins
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    Amazon to Open Fulfillment Centre in Ottawa
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    Truck Driver Appears in Saskatchewan Court in Connection With Broncos Bus Crash
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    Canadian Diplomats Affected by Alleged Sonic Weapon Attack in Cuba
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    Ondaatje’s ‘The English Patient’ Voted Best Man Booker Prize Winner in 50 Years
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    B.C. Man Recovers in Hospital After Attack by Mother Grizzly Bear
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    Canada Heat Wave-Linked Death Toll Near 55
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    North York Library Reopens With New Features
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    1 in 4 Human Trafficking Victims in Canada Are Under 18
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    Alberta Woman Revives Mother’s Favourite Treat
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    Heat Wave that Caused Fatalities in Quebec to End by Friday
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    Lac Megantic Marks Five Years Since Rail Disaster That Killed 47 People
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    Ontario Says Ottawa Should Pay for the ‘Mess’ Caused by Illegal Border Crossers
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    SPCA Says More Than 70 Animals Perished in Shelter Fire on July 2