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  1. Global Affairs Canada warns of potential for more attacks in Sri Lanka
    The federal government is warning Canadians in Sri Lanka to limit their movements and avoid affected areas after a series of bomb blasts in Sri Lanka killed at least 207 people.
  2. Soldiers arrive to help with flood relief in Quebec and N.B.
    About 200 soldiers have started filling sandbags and carrying out evacuations in Quebec's Outaouais and Mauricie regions, with an additional 400 troops standing ready to deploy there and in Laval.
  3. Canada seeks U.S. help on no-fly list headaches
    Canadian security officials have turned to their U.S. counterparts for advice on revamping Ottawa's troublesome no-fly list that has ensnared young children trying to check in at the airport.
  4. Ukraine presidential runoff pits incumbent against popular comedian
    Ukrainians cast ballots Sunday in a presidential runoff where the incumbent was struggling to fend off a strong challenge by a comedian who denounces corruption and plays the role of president in a TV sitcom.
  5. Four teens killed in single-vehicle crash in Miramichi, N.B.
    Police in Miramichi, New Brunswick say four teenagers are dead after their vehicle left the road Saturday night and came to rest upside down in deep water.
  6. PM's 'grand bargain' on energy died on Alberta election day: Kenney
    Premier-designate Jason Kenney says that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's so-called "grand bargain" of seeking to advance resource development by gaining the approval of those with environmental concerns died on Alberta's election day.
  7. Explosions kill at least 207 in Sri Lanka; police say 7 suspects in custody
    At least 207 people were killed and hundreds more injured in eight blasts that rocked churches and hotels in and just outside Sri Lanka's capital on Easter Sunday.
  8. Meet Pete Buttigieg, the rising star of the 2020 presidential race
    In just one month, Pete Buttigieg, the 37-year-old mayor of a northern Indiana city who would be the youngest and the first openly gay U.S. president, has transformed from being a long-shot to the Democratic Party’s breakout star.