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The end of the program, launched at the end of 2017, means homeowners will lose the chance to qualify for thousands of dollars worth of rebates on a number of improvements, from windows to insulation to solar equipment.

The government also offered upwards of 100,000 free smart thermostats — like the Nest, or Ecobee — to homeowners and tenants who agreed to an energy audit and worked with a contractor certified by the program. #onpoli
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Some examples of where climate change's effects have been measured:
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A former Liberal MP may have used his connections with municipal officials in a popular vacation town northwest of Toronto — including his sister, the mayor — to secure a $756,000 consulting fee that was hidden from taxpayers, police documents obtained by CBC News reveal. #onpoli
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An undocumented woman accused a sheriff’s deputy in Bexar County, Texas of threatening her with deportation to ensure she kept keep quiet about him sexually assaulting her 4-year-old daughter, law enforcement said at a press conference on Sunday.
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In explaining Canada's decision to nationalise the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline for $4.5bn, Bill Morneau went hard on the economic argument. “Make no mistake,” the finance minister said. “This is an investment in Canada’s future.”

In fact, since 1999, more than $200bn has been invested into the Alberta oil sands for that future. But what if that cash had gone into wind energy instead?

Let’s compare. #tarsands versus #wind energy
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The poll, conducted June 13-15, found that Andrew #Scheer‘s Conservatives would win an election if it were held today. #cdnpoli
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According to city police, the hookah bar should be shut down because it's a risk to public safety. But Tesfay, 46, insists his business is safe and he is the target of racial profiling and retaliation by some police officers. #Edmonton #yeg #racism
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George-Parker is among the Indigenous protesters in Washington State promising to fight the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Activists call the project the Standing Rock of the north, comparing it to the fierce Standing Rock Sioux protests that stalled the Dakota Access Pipeline for months.

The Trans Mountain expansion — recently bought by Canada for $4.5 billion — doesn't only affect Canadian waters or land. The project will increase tanker traffic seven-fold in the Salish Sea, which borders British Columbia and Washington, and Kinder Morgan has noted the expansion potential of a connected 111-kilometre pipeline that runs from B.C.'s Fraser Valley to Washington refineries.
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India is moving forward with plans to hit back at the United States over trade.

The country has proposed hiking tariffs on 30 US products in order to recoup trade penalties worth $241 million, according to a revised World Trade Organization filing.
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