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  • Sask. man, 72, turns his love for baking into a successful business

    When you think of retirement, you may picture leisurely days around the house or casual hobbies but for one retiree…

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  • ANALYSIS | How Sask.’s new budget does and doesn’t address climate change | CBC News

    The world is facing record heat from human-caused climate change brought on by carbon dioxide and methane emissions, but the words “climate…

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  • Cold Lake, Bonnyville councils speak out after Highway 28 construction not funded in budget | CBC News

    The mayors of Cold Lake and Bonnyville say the provincial government is neglecting their region by not funding an overhaul…

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  • FIRST PERSON | Follow the crowds, avoid the clouds: I chase eclipses to witness nature’s awesome glory | CBC Radio

    This First Person column is written by Bob McDonald, host of CBC Radio’s Quirks & Quarks. On April 8, he…

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  • Child-care spaces in Metro Vancouver increased 35%t: regional government | CBC News

    Thousands of new child-care spaces were created in Metro Vancouver between 2019 and 2023, thanks to provincial and federal funding,…

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  • Conservation Authority to begin installing warning booms and buoys at dams | Globalnews.ca

    Now that we are into spring, many water enthusiasts will be engaging in many activities along rivers and waterways. The…

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  • CRA’s bare trust filing change had costly consequences: ‘A lot of angry people’ | Globalnews.ca

    Peter Corry from Alberta says he recently paid $700 for an accountant to file his bare trust tax returns, out…

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  • Total solar eclipse: How to watch if you can’t see it in person | Globalnews.ca

    Millions of Canadians living in the eastern portion of the nation will experience a once-in-a-lifetime event in person with the…

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  • Agreement on Yukon River chinook salmon called essential, but some still have questions | CBC News

    A new cross-border agreement on Yukon River chinook salmon explicitly states that hydroelectric dams and development are affecting the species —…

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  • Mixing sweet and savoury, this baking duo teams up to launch a new downtown St. John’s café | CBC News

    Levain Pastry closed after three years in business but owner Phil Goodland is opening a new venture with business partner…

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