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  1. B.C. political parties very close to reaching deal, Green leader says
    Green Leader Andrew Weaver says he's very close to making a deal with either the Liberals and the New Democrats on forming a new minority government in British Columbia.
  2. Red Cross official says fentanyl a risk; first-aiders can say no to CPR
    A Canadian Red Cross official says he sympathizes with a Manitoba postal worker who refused to perform CPR on a woman he feared might have overdosed on fentanyl.
  3. Video shows Ontario hunter 'slapped around' by bear
    A northern Ontario hunter who was looking to bag a black bear ended up being “slapped around” by one instead. He suffered only minor injuries but captured the incident on video.
  4. Nanos survey: Canadians' view of Conservative race
    A new poll suggests half of Canadians can’t decide which of the 13 Conservative leadership candidates would make the best prime minister.
  5. Surviving Dionne quintuplets want childhood home protected
    In a rare interview, the two surviving members of Canada’s Dionne quintuplets tell CTV News they hope the federal government will provide funding to preserve their famous place of birth.
  6. At least 28 killed in ambush attack on Christians in Egypt
    Masked gunmen ambushed a bus carrying Coptic Christians to a monastery south of Cairo on Friday, killing at least 28 people, and Egypt responded by launching airstrikes against what it said were militant training bases in Libya.
  7. Conservative leadership contenders make final pitches for votes
    The last time Conservative party faithful gathered en masse in Toronto it was to hear from former leader and prime minister Stephen Harper. On Friday, they met in the same location, this time to hear from the 13 people vying to replace him.
  8. U.K. Labour leader links terror to wars as campaign resumes
    Four days after a suicide bombing plunged Britain into mourning, political campaigning for a general election in two weeks resumed Friday with the main opposition leader linking acts of terrorism at home to foreign wars like the one in Libya.