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E.R. staff crunch, Whiteshell flood: Morning Live

Manitoba's premier is not ruling out calling the military to help staff Emergency Rooms. Nicole and Rachel have top stories for May 26.

Manitoba's premier is not ruling out calling the military to help staff Emergency Rooms. Nicole and Rachel have top stories for May 26.

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Study: Climate change can impact your sleep

Climate change’s impact on your sleep time leads MedicalWatch on Wednesday, May 25, 2022.

Climate change’s impact on your sleep time leads MedicalWatch on Wednesday, May 25, 2022.

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'Horrifying' conspiracy theories swirl around Texas shooting

By now it's as predictable as the calls for thoughts and prayers: A mass shooting leaves many dead, and wild conspiracy theories and misinformation about the carnage soon follow. Within hours of Tuesday's school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, another rash began as internet users spread baseless claims about the man named as the gunman and his possible motives.

Crime scene tape surrounds Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, May 25, 2022. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

11 newborns die in fire at Senegal hospital

Eleven newborn babies have died after a fire that broke out in the neonatal department at the Mame Abdou Aziz Sy Dabakh Hospital in the western Senegalese city of Tivaouane, said the country's president Macky Sall on Thursday.

Canada commits $1M to probe sexual violence by Russian troops in Ukraine

Canada is committing an extra $1 million to help the international community investigate sex crimes by Russian troops in Ukraine. Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly said Canada would give the extra funds to the International Criminal Court to help it investigate sexual violence toward women, and also crimes against children.

Onlookers urged police to charge into Texas school

Frustrated onlookers urged police officers to charge into the Texas elementary school where a gunman's rampage killed 19 children and two teachers, witnesses said Wednesday, as investigators worked to track the massacre that lasted upwards of 40 minutes and ended when the 18-year-old shooter was killed by a U.S. Border Patrol team.

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