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Five headlines for Tuesday morning

Here are some headlines for this morning.
Morning Headlines

Here are five stories we are highlighting this morning.

1. Alberta is moving to ban cellphones in kindergarten to Grade 12 classrooms starting in the fall.

2. With a rupture to one of Calgary’s main water pipelines now fixed, attention shifted Monday to fixing five more weak spots in the line.

3. More than 50 people from a supportive-housing complex in Nanaimo, B.C., have been displaced after a fire in a mattress that was started by a cigarette.

4. Canadian golfers Corey Connors and Nick Taylor have qualified for this summer's Olympics. 

5. Many people with diabetes in Canada will soon be able to take insulin once a week instead of daily, drug manufacturer Novo Nordisk has announced.

For all the latest national and international news, as well as sports, keep visiting and scroll down our page for the headlines. 

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