Tesla Model 3 Announced For 2017 With Starting Price Of $35,000

  After ten years of waiting, Tesla has revealed the Model 3, the vehicle that CEO Elon Musk hopes will take the electric car to the masses. At the...

Top 10 Prince Songs Of All Time

  To call Prince a musician is to minimize his impact, but above all else, he was a crafter of songs. As the news broke of his death our thoughts...

Russians Play Strange New Game, Selfie With A Corpse

Moscow (AFP) - Russia is investigating an online community that urges members to post selfies with dead people and even offers cash prizes for the best shot,...

Several injured in shooting at Florida gay nightclub

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A gunman opened fire at a nightclub in central Florida, and multiple people have been wounded, police said Sunday.

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Two More Babies Herpes Stricken After Ritual Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Oral Blood Sucking Circumcision in...

Two more new born have been infected with herpes virus in the last three months after undergoing a controversial religious oral circumcision in New York City. These latest cases...

Grizzly bear shot dead inside Kimberley home

A B.C. family is grateful to be alive after waking up to find a hungry grizzly bear feasting in their kitchen. Mark Traverse of Kimberley, B.C., shot and...

Jared Fogle Guilty, Paid For Sex With Minors…

 Longtime Subway pitchman Jared Fogle agreed Wednesday to plead guilty to allegations that he paid for sex acts with minors and received child pornography. U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler...

Smuggled! 27 Year Old Moroccan Dies in Suitcase

A 27 year old Moroccan is dead after suffocating in a suitcase while attempting to illegally enter Spain. The man's older brother has been charged with manslaughter....

Trump Supporters Appear To Be Misinformed, Not Uninformed

Donald Trump has a consistently loose relationship with the truth. So much so, in fact, that the fact-checking website PolitiFact rolled his numerous misstatements into one big...

Muhammad Ali coming home as ‘citizen of world’ for Louisville funeral


Muhammad Ali, the magnificent heavyweight champion whose fast fists and irrepressible personality transcended sports and captivated the world, has died at 74. A funeral procession and memorial service will take place Friday in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky.

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Witchcraft Linked To Triple Murder

The people of Pensacola, Florida, are shocked and baffled by a triple murder that recently took place in the beach town. To make this devastating situation worse,...
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Muhammad Ali dead at 74


Muhammad Ali, the magnificent heavyweight champion whose fast fists and irrepressible personality transcended sports and captivated the world, has died according to a statement released by his family. He was 74.

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Florida News Anchor Walks Off Set During Live Broadcast: ‘I’ve Had Enough Kardashians’

A Florida news anchor with zero interest in keeping up with the Kardashians stormed off the set during a live broadcast — rather than report that Kylie...

Google to become Alphabet Inc in shakeup?

Google Inc (GOOGL.O) announced a new operating structure Monday, creating a holding company called Alphabet to encompass the search engine unit and other subsidiaries. Alphabet Inc will replace...

Morgan Stanley Says Tesla Will Lead In Self-Driving Technology, Company Stock Soars

Telsa Motors Inc. shares surged about 5% in premarket trade Monday, after Morgan Stanley raised its price target on the shares by 66% to $465 from $280...

Officials race to identify suspects in ‘horrific’ Istanbul airport bombings


Turkish officials say Istanbul's busy Ataturk International Airport has reopened, hours after three suicide bombers killed 41 and wounded 239, as investigators work to determine who was behind the attack.

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Justin Trudeau makes his Canada Day debut amid the patriotic debate

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Trudeau will mark his first Canada Day as prime minister on Friday, addressing the assembled crowd on Parliament Hill. Otherwise a perfunctory and apolitical moment, it might still be watched for hints of change in tone and emphasis, and even colour scheme.

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Will Trump’s post-convention bump in the polls outlast Clinton’s?

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The Republican National Convention delivered the bump Donald Trump needed in the polls. But it will only matter if it survives the convention bump Hillary Clinton is likely to get by her party's convention this week.

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Scathing U.K. report slams Tony Blair over botched Iraq war


An inquiry into Britain’s involvement in the invasion of Iraq has found the mission was based on flawed intelligence and failed to achieve its objectives.

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20 hostages killed, 13 rescued in Bangladesh restaurant attack

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Bangladeshi forces stormed an upscale Dhaka restaurant to end a hostage-taking by heavily armed militants early Saturday, killing six of the attackers and rescuing 13 captives. The military said 20 of the hostages were killed.

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‘From my cold dead hands’: The AR-15’s powerful meaning in U.S. gun-control debate


The rifle used to carry out the deadliest mass killing by a single shooter in U.S. history is a symbol of freedom for gun advocates, and an unjustifiable killing machine in the eyes of those who want to bring back the ban on semi-automatic rifles.

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Britain looks for way out of a devastating Brexit crackup: Don Pittis


On Friday the Brexit vote to leave Europe seemed like the end. But suddenly, as the British union threatens rip itself apart and a rudderless Britain is seeking an alternative. Don Pittis examines the failure of the referendum process and how the United Kingdom is struggling to search out a second chance.

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Trump riding the monster the Republicans created: Neil Macdonald


Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan denounced Donald Trump this week for comments he considered "textbook" racism. Then, in the next breath, he affirmed his support for Trump's presidential nomination. In normal times, Ryan's admission would be devastating for the party. But these aren't normal times, Neil Macdonald writes.

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More than 80 killed in Baghdad bombings


More than 82 people were killed and 200 injured in two bombings that hit Baghdad around midnight Saturday. One blast targeted a busy shopping area as people were out preparing for the end of Ramadan.

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In America’s gun-culture reality, the NRA is making sense: Neil Macdonald

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Donald Trump plans to meet with the National Rifle Association to discuss denying individuals on the terror watch list the ability to buy a gun. The Donald should expect an earful about the problems with relying on a flawed list alone to deny a constitutional right.

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Ex Vancouver firefighter alleges racism, says crew ‘tried to make his life hell’

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Former firefighter Luis Gonzalez says Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services treats caucasian workers better than visible minorities

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Brexit vote could mean months or years of pain for financial markets: Don Pittis


Experts predicted a clear Brexit decision would clear the air and put markets back on track. Maybe so if the vote had been for Britain to remain in the European Union. But the vote to leave means uncertainty could continue to roil financial markets for months or years to come, Don Pittis writes.

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Trudeau gets to the ‘hopey-changey’ stuff: Neil Macdonald

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It's been great sport, not to mention rather easy, to sit back and compare the Trudeau government's actual governance to its gauzy, optimistic, open-and-transparent-and-principled mission statements.

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Canadian Brexit impact part fear, part reality: Don Pittis


The latest polls have suddenly switched from Brexit to Bremain. But those who play down the potential risk to Canada of an EU breakup are merely suffering from a lack of imagination.

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Trump’s conga line to Demagogue City rollicks on: Neil Macdonald


Donald Trump certainly isn’t the first American politician to traffic in innuendo. But, as Neil Macdonald writes, it’s been decades since any serious contender has turned ugly racial generalizations, the sort of thing that would bring conversation at a polite table to an embarrassed silence, into banner slogans.

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Man’s wife AND his girlfriend place dueling obituaries in same newspaper

EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. – A man in New Jersey was loved so much that both his wife and girlfriend placed two different obituaries in the same...

‘I don’t care about imams’: Radicalized Muslim youth want to talk politics, not religion


Efforts to counter the radicalization of young Muslims in Canada have focused largely on social and religious factors but have ignored the more contentious driver of radicalization: Canada's foreign policy. Critics say that unless religious and political leaders address the political grievances of disillusioned youth, deradicalization is destined to fail.

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Obama’s final clemency push a rare display of ‘absolute’ power


None of the more than 230 convicted felons to have received pardons or commuted sentences from U.S. President Barack Obama will lose their newfound clemency.

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PMO says Canadian dual citizens can travel freely to the U.S. despite Trump travel...


Canadian citizens can travel freely to the United States despite U.S. President Donald Trump's sweeping immigration order that bans visitors from seven Muslim-majority countries, the Prime Minister's Office says.

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Victory means never having to say you’re sorry: Neil Macdonald


On the occasion of U.S. President Barack Obama's apology-free visit to Hiroshima, Neil Macdonald looks at the admirable ideal but problematic system for policing and prosecuting war crimes.

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Portrait of a suspect: Alexandre Bissonnette’s journey from moderate conservative to extremist troll

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A shy chess-player, a bullied introvert, a moderate conservative turned far-right troll — these are the descriptions being offered of Alexandre Bissonnette since he was accused of perpetrating a deadly shooting at a Quebec City mosque.

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Jury in Tim Bosma trial finds Millard, Smich guilty of 1st-degree murder

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An Ontario Superior Court jury has found Dellen Millard and Mark Smich guilty of first-degree murder in the slaying of Tim Bosma, who was never seen again after taking two men on a test drive of a truck he was trying to sell.

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EgyptAir plane debris, body part found in water, officials say


Wreckage, suitcases and a body part from the missing EgyptAir plane have been spotted floating in the Mediterranean Sea, according to Greek and Egyptian officials.

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Consumers turn to booming black market for cheap cellphone deals


Costly cellphone plans in many parts of Canada appear to be fuelling a booming black market industry for cheap deals.

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Brexit could unravel the prime minister, the party — and the EU: Nahlah Ayed


Polls have opened in Britain on Thursday for a referendum on their country's membership in the European Union, following campaigns focusing on issues of the economy and immigration.

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‘The Muppets’ Canceled at ABC

Once ABC's highest hope, the series crashed and burned faster than Fozzie can tell a corny joke. Kermit the Frog may one day find that rainbow connection, but...

‘A small Band-Aid on a big cut’: Vancouver firefighters race to revive fentanyl addicts


The firefighters at Vancouver's fire hall No. 2 are some of the busiest in Canada, now increasingly spending their days in Downtown Eastside reviving drug addicts who’ve overdosed on the street, as CBC found out joining a crew for a two-shift ride-along.

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‘We’re not banning natural gas’: Wynne unveils climate change action plan


Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne released details this morning about her government's controversial plan to combat climate change and cut greenhouse gases, saying the plan will not outlaw the use of natural gas.

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Amnesty warns Brazil against police abuses ahead of Rio Olympics


Amnesty International calls on authorities in Brazil to respect human rights as it prepares to host this summer's Olympic Games, warning that recent major sporting events in the country have seen "violent and abusive" crackdowns by security personnel and limitations on freedom of speech.

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Grocery wars go small-scale: Shoppers targets time-starved customers, armed with fresh fruit and fish

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Canada’s largest drugstore chain is beefing up its offerings in the grocery store wars by adding fresh food to many stores. It's a way to cash in on the growing demand for convenience shopping.

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Senate about to see whether it carries any clout with the Commons

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Bill C-14 was passed last night by the Senate with seven amendments. It is now for the House to decide whether to accept or reject those changes. If rejected, it will be for the Senate to decide how strenuously it is willing to insist on its desired version of the bill.

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Britain marks Queen’s 90th birthday with national service of thanksgiving

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Queen Elizabeth is celebrating her official 90th birthday with a three-day series of festivities beginning Friday morning, and you can watch the national service of thanksgiving here.

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‘Where we had our honeymoon’: Canadian killed in EgyptAir crash loved Paris, husband says

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Marwa Hamdy was returning home on EgyptAir Flight 804 after visiting her sister in Paris, her favourite city on the planet, her husband told CBC News.

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Trump’s appeal of travel ban suspension pits executive against judiciary


A federal appellate court heard arguments Tuesday for and against lifting a block on U.S. President Donald Trump's executive order, which has over the last two weeks given rise to mass confusion, legal maneuvres and plenty of human drama.

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Donald Trump’s lessons for Canadian politics


We should perhaps not regard the roiling American political scene with great smugness. By comparison, Canada is a sanctuary of pleasant reasonableness. But we are not quite an invulnerable place of perfect enlightenment.

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Did Melania Trump copy Michelle Obama’s speech?


Melania Trump's well-received speech Monday to the Republican National Convention contained two passages that match nearly word-for-word the speech that first lady Michelle Obama delivered in 2008 at the Democratic National Convention.

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Brazil is closing its ‘open arms’ to Syrian refugees

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Michel Temer, Brazil's interim president, has advertised a law-and-order administration with security as a top priority. He is abandoning his predecessor's efforts to bring in more refugees.

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Obama tells us what we want to hear, and Canadians love him for it:...


The American president’s speech to the House of Commons will inevitably be described as historic, because Canadians still really love Barack Obama. We think he might secretly be Canadian.

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Kevin Vickers’s bravery less valued in discreet world of diplomacy: Chris Hall

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As Kevin Vickers's role in bringing down Parliament Hill shooter Michael Zehaf-Bibeau attests, he's a man of great personal courage. But Vickers is no longer a security officer. He is Canada's representative in Ireland, and that role depends not on bravery but discretion, Chris Hall writes.

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As complaints pile up, CRTC launches surprise review of $25 basic TV packages

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If their $25 basic TV packages fail to meet CRTC expectations, cable companies could face trouble as they try to renew their broadcast licences. In a surprise move, the CRTC is now demanding detailed reports on providers' new TV offerings.

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Girl who had heart transplant among 5 dead in apparent murder-suicide

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A couple featured in news stories about their difficulties getting medication for a daughter who had a heart transplant are found shot to death in their home along with their three children.

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Former Saint John MP Elsie Wayne, a ‘political icon,’ dies at 84


Elsie Wayne, the former mayor of Saint John and Progressive Conservative MP, has died at age 84.

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Rogue RCMP officers probing CSIS document leak spied on 2 journalists without authorization

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A rogue group of Mounties investigating the leak of a secret document spied on two Canadian journalists for more than a week without any authorization, CBC News has learned.

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‘People who were praying lost their lives’: 6 killed in Quebec City mosque shooting


Quebec provincial police say six people are dead and eight were wounded after shots were fired inside a mosque on Sunday night during evening prayers, an act Quebec's premier described as "murderous act directed at a specific community."

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The ‘pussyhats’ grab back: Massive Women’s March on Washington overwhelms streets


In Washington, D.C., this week, no sartorial choice mattered more than your headwear. An estimated 500,000 demonstrators, many of them wearing pink 'pussyhat' tuques, clogged the city's streets on Saturday to bring attention to human-rights issues and protest U.S. President Donald Trump.

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Military cops dealing with rise in sex assault, misconduct cases

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Military police in Canada dealt with a one-third increase in the number of sexual assault investigations in 2015. The new figures, released by National Defence, draw into question whether the military is winning the war against abuse and harassment.

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22 refugees walk to Manitoba from U.S. over the weekend

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The temperatures dipped below –20 C as a large group of refugees trudged through the snow of a Manitoba field near the border to the United States.

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Fossil fuel decline could be ‘faster than expected,’ government think-tank warns

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Canada’s status as an “energy superpower” is under threat because the global dominance of fossil fuels could be seriously eroded in as little as 10 to 15 years, according to a draft report from a federal government think-tank obtained by CBC News.

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Canadian Robert Hall executed by Philippine militants

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Canadian Robert Hall, who was being held hostage by a militant group in the Philippines, has been executed.

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Dutch man linked to cyberbullying death of B.C. teen Amanda Todd can be extradited,...

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A man suspected of cyberbullying B.C. teen Amanda Todd before she took her own life can be extradited, a Dutch court ruled following a hearing today in Amsterdam.

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Feds try to quell retirement fears, but winter is coming: Neil Macdonald

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The purpose of the government's Canada Pension Plan expansion is noble enough: to ensure frightened Canadians a better retirement. Whether it will make much of a difference is another matter. The government has done what it can, but as they say on Game of Thrones: Winter is coming.

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Canada expects ‘strong’ G7 statement against paying hostage ransoms


The G7 is poised to take a strong stand against the practice of governments paying ransoms for hostages kidnapped by groups with links to terrorism, one of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's top priorities at this summit of world leaders.

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Transgender Canadians would have equal rights under Liberal bill

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The Trudeau government is introducing legislation that would guarantee legal and human rights protection to transgender individuals across Canada, a move to coincide with International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. CBCNews.ca is carrying the event live from Ottawa, starting at 10:15 a.m. ET.

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University of Calgary paid $20K ransom to cyberattackers to unlock computer systems

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The University of Calgary paid a demanded $20,000 after a "ransomware" cyberattack on its computer systems.

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‘Not in my wildest dreams’: Gay Syrian refugee snags spot next to Justin Trudeau...

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After a difficult three-year journey from war-torn Syria to Toronto, Bassel Mcleash was really looking forward to his first Pride parade. "The excitement ... It's overwhelming." And that was before he knew he'd be marching the entire route side by side with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

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Media made us look ‘like a bunch of kooks’ in son’s meningitis death trial,...

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Waiting to be sentenced for failing to provide the necessaries of life in the death of his nearly 19-month-old son, David Stephan said he still doesn’t understand exactly what a jury found him guilty of doing.

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Signals picked up from Mediterranean presumed to from EgyptAir plane’s black boxes

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Egypt says a French ship has picked up signals from deep under Mediterranean Sea, presumed to be from black boxes of the EgyptAir plane that crashed last month, killing all 66 passengers and crew on board.

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Brexit and your money: 5 ways it could hit Canadians


We may not be headed for another global financial crisis. But financial experts warn that Brexit could affect everything from Canadian housing prices to your retirement savings.

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Victims in crossbow killings case were mom, 2 brothers of man facing murder charges

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The victims of last week's so-called crossbow killings in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough were the mother and two brothers of the man now charged with three counts of first-degree murder.

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Ruth Ellen Brosseau target of personal attacks since being elbowed by Trudeau

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Quebec NDP MP Ruth Ellen Brosseau says she has become the target of personal attacks from members of the public since she was elbowed in the House of Commons by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday.

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Fort McMurray visit comes as a crisis test for Trudeau: Chris Hall

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be in Fort McMurray today to see the wildfire devastation first-hand. He'll need to be in top form because history has shown it's not always easy to strike the right tone during a crisis, Chris Hall writes.

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EgyptAir plane made sharp turns, dropped suddenly before crashing


An EgyptAir plane en route from Paris to Cairo crashed in the Mediterranean early Thursday morning with 66 people on board, French President François Hollande has confirmed.

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Fort McMurray residents start returning today — and face long road to recovery

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Some 88,000 residents are preparing to return to Fort McMurray in waves over the coming days, part of a phased re-entry aimed at slowly getting things back up and running after a wildfire destroyed 10 per cent of the community. But for residents looking to return to a feeling of normalcy, it's likely to be a much larger undertaking.

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‘It was a miracle,’ says nun pulled from collapsed convent during Italy earthquake

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'It was a miracle that the man heard me from so far away,' says one of the nuns rescued from a collapsed convent in the central Italian town of Amatrice following Wednesday's strong earthquake. Others in the convent weren't so lucky. CBC correspondent Megan Williams is in Italy surveying the devastation and speaking to survivors.

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Britain stuns in vote to leave EU, puts country on uncertain course


Britain has voted to leave the European Union after a bitterly divisive referendum campaign, toppling the David Cameron government and sending global markets plunging Friday.

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Donald Trump is officially a winner, but he’ll need to be a unifier to...


Donald Trump, wearing a look of smug satisfaction, stood on stage amidst the blizzard of confetti and the piped-in classic rock, finally able to prove he is who he’s claimed to be all along: A winner.

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How the Tenors struck out with O Canada at the MLB All-Star Game

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The Tenors, Canada's popular vocal quartet, are apologizing for not only altering the lyrics to O Canada at Tuesday's Major League Baseball all-star game, but inserting a political and controversial statement in its place.

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The curious incident of the dog in the X-ray and other complaints from airport...


An access to information request for complaints submitted to the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) last year turned up hundreds of stories from the front lines of Canada's airports.

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Police kill ISIS sympathizer Aaron Driver to thwart ‘terrorist threat’ in Strathroy, Ont.

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Aaron Driver, who had been under a peace bond for being an ISIS sympathizer, was killed Wednesday night by police responding to what they say was "a potential terrorist threat" in the southern Ontario town of Strathroy.

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Radio-backed campaign pushes for FM access on your smartphone

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Your smartphone may include an FM radio chip but, chances are, it doesn't work. Now, an online campaign has launched in Canada, putting pressure on telecoms and manufacturers to activate the tool hidden in many cellphones.

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‘At the end of the street, you see total misery’: Life 2 blocks from...

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Rio's old port used to be a rundown eyesore; now it sparkles. Its square, Praca Maua, is the centrepiece of Rio's multibillion-dollar Olympic beautification. But residents who live just a few blocks away aren't convinced all the expense was worth it.

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How the Party of Trump has made Republicans the party of white America

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Republicans are in the midst of an identity crisis of serious consequence. With Trump, they are, to a greater extent than ever, declaring themselves the party for white Americans.

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With Khan family, has Trump finally gone too far?

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In a defensive crouch, Donald Trump complained Monday about being "viciously attacked" by the father of a decorated Muslim army captain killed in Iraq, persisting in an emotionally charged feud that has left him increasingly isolated among fellow Republicans.

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‘It was the ultimate betrayal’: Mom reacts to video discovery of therapist’s ‘rough’ handling...

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When Jennifer noticed her four-year-old son Adam acting strangely after an at-home therapy session to treat his autism last September, she asked her husband to install a hidden camera. What they witnessed on video left them shaken and unsure where to turn for help.

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‘Carnage on the road’: Police ID driver in Bastille Day truck attack that killed...


A large truck plows through revellers gathered for Bastille Day fireworks in Nice, killing at least 84 people and sending others fleeing into the sea as it bears down for two kilometres along the French Riviera city's famed waterfront promenade.

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3 charged with 1st-degree murder after man found dead in driveway of N.L. town

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Police say they have arrested three people in connection with the abduction and murder of Steven Miller in Conception Bay South, N.L.

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Man tries to open airplane door forcing Vancouver-bound flight to land early

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A Vancouver-bound Lufthansa flight was forced to divert from Munich to Hamburg after a passenger's erratic behaviour threatened safety, according to a fellow passenger.

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Meet Donald Trump’s new national security and law enforcement picks


Brace for impact, America. Here's what you should know about the latest picks for president-elect Donald Trump’s new law enforcement and national security teams.

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Goodbye Freedom 55: More Canadians spend their retirement years working

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With increasing financial demands, Canadians are working later in life. That’s pushed the average retirement age up to 63.

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Trudeau upended ‘man’s world’ of Canadian politics with election, researchers say


Researchers say Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's portrayal as a "subordinate" male during the 2015 election has changed the discussion over masculinity in Canadian politics.

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Canadian deal under fire after South Sudan army outfits police vehicles with machine-macguns

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Permits approving the sale of a Canadian-owned company's armoured vehicles to war-torn South Sudan were signed off by a military official, and not the African country's Interior Ministry, raising questions about whether the vehicles were intentionally diverted to the military.

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Which new Canadian astronaut will finally visit space? We may find out today

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Canada's two newest astronauts have been training for seven years and have never left Earth – but will one of them finally get a confirmed ticket to space today? Watch LIVE starting at 9:45 a.m. ET.

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Aaron Driver ‘wanted to move on with his life,’ says shocked older brother

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It had been a difficult few years but Aaron Driver seemed like he was doing better and was putting his peace bond and online activities behind him, his older brother says.

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‘There is no filter’: Video of shootings could force public to confront issues of...

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Diamond Reynold's live stream after her boyfriend was shot by police has been viewed millions of times. Here's how that could help keep police accountable.

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Mail will keep moving today as Canada Post drops lockout threat

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There were signs of progress Sunday in a contract dispute between Canada Post and the union representing 50,000 of its workers as talks resumed and the post office withdrew a threat to lock out its workers.

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Fort McMurray re-entry schedule released, evacuation order lifted for some oilsands camps

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A timeline for re-entry to Fort McMurray released Saturday afternoon says residents from the southern areas of the city will be among the first allowed back in.

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Hurricane Matthew lashes historic coastal cities, blamed for 10 U.S. deaths

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A fast-weakening Hurricane Matthew continued its march along the Atlantic coast Saturday, lashing two of the South's most historic cities and some of its most popular resort islands, flattening trees, swamping streets and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands.

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2 more people detained in Nice truck attack investigation


A man and a woman were detained Sunday morning in Nice, according to an official with the Paris prosecutor's office.

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Panama Papers confirm Canadian billionaire as mystery man in global bribery case

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He has hobnobbed with the Queen and Bill Clinton, donated a small fortune to Canadian universities, and glides effortlessly in the highest echelons of power. Now, the Panama Papers provide the closing chapter in a years-long corruption saga involving a Canadian tycoon.

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Phoenix managers promised bonuses tied to performance, timely payroll system roll-out

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Public Services and Procurement Canada confirms bonuses for senior civil servants were tied to performance targets, including keeping the roll-out of its new Phoenix computerized pay system on schedule. The NDP says that raises questions about the role of bonuses in what it calls a "rushed" roll-out.

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Is Vancouver’s real estate market really in free fall?

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The latest headlines about the slump in Vancouver real estate sales might have some people thinking the value of their homes is in free fall, but is that really the case?

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ISIS claims responsibility after hostage-takers kill priest at French church


Two attackers took hostages inside a French church during morning mass on Tuesday near the city of Rouen, killing an 86-year-old priest by slitting his throat before being shot and killed by police, French officials said.

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Walmart insider says ‘heartbreaking’ amount of food dumped in trash


A former worker at almost a dozen Walmart stores in the Vancouver area says he saw 'disturbing' food waste at the big retailer. On every shift at almost every store, he says, he saw loads of what appeared to be good food dumped. Walmart say it only discards inedible food.

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Police say Munich gunman who killed 9 had no apparent links to militants


The 18-year-old gunman who opened fire at a crowded Munich shopping mall and fast-food restaurant, killing nine people and wounding 16 others before killing himself, was obsessed with mass shootings, police said Saturday.

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They ‘will try to starve us into submission,’ union head says, as Canada Post...

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Canada Post said it has issued a 72-hour lockout notice to the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW), raising the spectre of a work stoppage by Friday.

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Amber Alert issued for 5-year-old girl in Calgary after mother found dead

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Calgary police have issued an Amber Alert for a five-year-old girl they believe has been abducted, after her mother was found dead.

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Drive-by shooter killed a mother-to-be — and a baby’s best chances at a normal...

Candice Rochelle Bobb

The person who fatally shot a pregnant Toronto woman on the weekend robbed her prematurely delivered baby of more than just a mother — also gone are the child's best chances for a healthy life.

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Uber’s great big idea slowed by a snarl of municipal red tape

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When Uber entered Canada, it was like a force of nature, poised to blow through the taxi industry. But the app-based ride-hailing service has run head on into the wall of municipal bureaucracy, stalling its plans to set up shop across the country.

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2 Manitoba men switched at birth discover true identities at age 41


Leon Swanson and David Tait Jr. are 41-years-old and just learning they're not exactly who they thought they were.

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Last-ditch diplomacy yields an imperfect Syria deal — and boost for Assad


The U.S.-Russia deal coming into effect at sundown tonight is aimed at ending the fighting yes, but it also reaffirms Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s longstanding view that the only battle worth fighting in his country is that against extremists. What's understood perfectly is that such reconciliation is only possible with Assad at the helm.

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Latest effort to end ‘barbaric war’ in Syria ends in failure — and more...


In Syria, where airstrikes have become a common and deadly part of life for many, two recent attacks stand out: they highlight the international community's continued failure to work together to end years of bloodshed and war.

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Kellie Leitch calls comparisons with Donald Trump unfair


Conservative leadership contender Kellie Leitch says comparing her pitch to screen immigrants for "anti-Canadian values" with U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump's call for "extreme vetting" is unfair and misguided.

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‘This is not over’: Hurricane sideswipes Florida coast


​Hurricane Matthew sideswiped Florida's Atlantic coast Friday, toppling trees onto homes and knocking out power to a million customers, but has spared the most heavily populated stretch of shoreline the catastrophic blow many had feared.

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‘Everyone just started running’: Snipers kill 5 police officers ‘ambush style’ at Dallas protest


Snipers opened fire on police officers in the heart of Dallas last night, killing five officers and wounding at least five others during protests over two recent fatal police shootings of black men, police said, in a week that bore dark echoes of the tumultuous civil rights era.

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Trump says U.S. ‘100%’ behind Japan as PM Abe condemns North Korea missile launch

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe condemned North Korea's latest missile launch as "absolutely intolerable" and President Donald Trump assured Japan that the U.S. stands behind it "100 per cent."

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‘I don’t know how we can protect the victims’: Domestic violence penalties rolled back...

Alyona Popova

A yearlong fight to enforce more legal protection for victims of domestic abuse took a step back this week in Moscow. The State Duma, Russia's parliament, voted to roll back a law that made domestic abuse a criminal offence.

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Most Canadian parents to get more child benefits starting today


Most Canadian parents with children under the age of 18 will see more money starting today, as the Liberal government's new Canada Child Benefit payments start flowing to families.

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‘I got my rifles out’: Calgary man alarmed to hear family address is on...

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A 32-year-old Calgary father describes the shock of finding out his family's home address is on an ISIS hit list.

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Istanbul bomb attacks kill 29, wound 166: interior minister


Turkey's interior minister says twin blasts outside a soccer stadium in Istanbul have killed 29 people and wounded 166 others.

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P.E.I. community in danger of going underwater due to climate change

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Lennox Island, a small First Nations community in Prince Edward Island, is beginning to disappear amid the rising waters of the Atlantic Ocean, having already lost 200 acres of land in a single generation

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Mexicans wonder why their president is meeting with Trump

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Mexico's ​​President Enrique Pena Nieto awakes to a storm of criticism over his decision to meet with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who is widely reviled in Mexico for referring to its migrants as "rapists" and criminals.

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Trudeau cabinet approves Trans Mountain, Line 3 pipelines, rejects Northern Gateway

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet colleagues have signed off on two major pipelines, projects that will pump nearly a million more barrels of oil a day from Alberta's oilsands to global markets, if they are constructed.

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‘This is a shame!’ Filthy waters raise ire ahead of Rio Olympics

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Fetid sewage, floating garbage and worries about water safety are lingering issues ahead of the Olympics in Rio, where CBC's Adrienne Arsenault took to the skies to see the scale of the sewage problems in the Brazilian city.

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‘Pitfall in system’ leaves patient unaware of crucial X-ray findings for almost a year

Jenny Reiderman

A Vancouver woman is fighting for her life after it took 11 months for her to receive crucial X-ray results showing a suspicious nodule on one of her lungs.

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‘He made mistakes, but still, he was a great leader’: Cubans honour Castro while...


Thousands of Cubans of all ages flocked to Revolution Square in Havana Monday to pay their final respects to Fidel Castro, a leader many acknowledged was flawed but widely beloved in the country he shaped, CBC's Mark Gollom reports from Havana.

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Donald Trump keeps packing the powder keg: Keith Boag


Let's say Donald Trump wasn't slyly suggesting assassination as a way to stop a President Hillary Clinton from appointing Supreme Court justices who would gut the Second Amendment. We're still left with Trump packing a little more gunpowder into his keg of incitements, Keith Boag writes.

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‘Kill her and be done with it’: MP behind anti-Islamophobia motion reads out hate...

Iqra Khalid

The Liberal MP who tabled an anti-Islamophobia motion says she has been bombarded with hate mail and threats of violence. Mississauga, Ont. MP Iqra Khalid told the House of Commons today she received more than 50,000 responses to M-103.

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Why Canadian politicians don’t make speeches like Americans do

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These last two weeks of televised conventions in the United States have been about the act of oratory. In such moments, it is tempting to envy American democracy.

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Postal dispute raises fears of what users could lose: Don Pittis

UPS trucks just before Canada Post dispute

So far there has been no strike or lockout, but private delivery services say already users of Canada Post are worried.

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Preying on smalltown kindness: Couple accused of faking Fort McMurray connection for free stuff

Darryl Rondeau

When Darryl Rondeau and his girlfriend came to Claresholm, Alta., saying they lost everything in the Fort McMurray fire, they were welcomed with open arms — then police noticed their story didn't add up.

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‘I’m terrified’: Creep Catcher vigilantes accused of threatening women who question group’s tactics


Two women say they've been threatened by members of the Creep Catcher vigilante group because they spoke out about the network of self-styled pedophile-hunters.

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Eager to know what Canada’s new internal trade deal means? Keep waiting

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It could be months before Canadians learn what's really in — and more importantly, out of — the interprovincial free trade deal Canada's premiers announced in Whitehorse last Friday. Not only is it not finished, but at least one part clashes with another trade deal.

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Vancouver mayor promises new vacant home tax by 2017

Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson

Owners of empty homes in Vancouver could soon be paying an extra two per cent tax on the properties assessed value each year, Mayor Gregor Robertson revealed this morning.

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Trump says he will pull U.S. out of TPP on 1st day in office


U.S. president-elect Donald Trump released a video on Monday laying out actions he will take on his first day in office on Jan. 20, including withdrawing the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.

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Bangladesh police kill Canadian suspect in restaurant attack


Bangladeshi authorities say a Canadian man suspected of organizing a deadly attack on a popular restaurant in Dhaka has been killed in a police raid near the capital.

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Donald Trump calls sexual assault allegations ‘outright lies’

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Rocked by allegations of sexual assault, Donald Trump on Thursday lashed out at his female accusers as "horrible, horrible liars" as the deeply divisive presidential campaign sank further into charges and countercharges of predatory treatment of women.

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Man in custody in case of missing 5-year-old Calgary girl

Taliyah Leigh Marsman

Calgary police have taken a man into custody who "may have been involved" in the disappearance of five-year-old Taliyah Leigh Marsman and are searching an area east of the city, investigators say.

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U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte apologizes for not being candid over alleged Rio robbery

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U.S. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has apologized for his behaviour surrounding a late-night incident at a Rio de Janeiro gas station, saying he should have been more careful and candid about how he described what happened.

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Why Trudeau-Trump feels like more than a simple chat about the economy


On one level, Trudeau and Trump are just the leaders of two neighbouring countries whose economies are deeply intertwined. That simple reality might prevail on Monday, but everything else will weigh heavily on the moment.

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Tight vote possible as European Parliament votes on Canada’s trade deal


Canada's trade deal with the European Union was signed last October, but its ratification is neither sealed nor delivered. Members of the European Parliament vote Wednesday on the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement and it might be close.

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‘Confrontational, angry’ inaugural address leaves no doubt about which side Trump’s on

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It was classic Donald Trump — a hard-hitting campaign-style inauguration speech by the new president of the United States that used "America first" populist rhetoric, attacked Washington insiders and decried the state of the country.

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‘America first:’ For Canada, it’s about a lot more than trade

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There's been a lot of talk about trade, but Canada has a multitude of connections to the United States. Officials and observers are looking to see what other changes might come with the Trump era.

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Indigenous elder steps in to end tense moment between Trudeau and pipeline protester

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Protesters gave Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pause during his town hall meeting in Winnipeg on Thursday, until an Indigenous elder stepped in to ask for their "respect."

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Trump to ready executive orders with eye towards Mexico wall, curbing refugee flow

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President Donald Trump will begin rolling out executive actions on immigration Wednesday, beginning with steps to build his proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, according to two administration officials. He's also expected to review proposals that would restrict the flow of refugees into the U.S.

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Community leader in Minnesota ‘overwhelmed’ with calls from Somalis aiming to walk across Canadian...

Omar Jamal

Somalis whose U.S. asylum claims have been rejected often end up in Minneapolis, where they strategize ways to get to Canada.

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Family desperate to bring home Toronto woman stuck in Moscow over alleged clerical error

Gyulzar Julia Yakobi

A Toronto woman is stranded in Moscow and may not be able to return to Canada — all because of what she and her family claim is a simple clerical error.

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‘That’s a huge chunk of money’: Federal worker laid off in Phoenix overhaul owed...

Kathryn McCalder

A former federal compensation adviser who was laid off and chose to retire when Ottawa transitioned to the new Phoenix payroll system now finds herself on the other end of the phone, trying to get answers on over $100,000 she's owed in termination benefits.

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Alarm bells about Moscow’s meddling have been ringing in Europe for months: Brian Stewart

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To view the cyberattacks on Hillary Clinton's presidential election campaign as a unique offence — as many Americans seem to do — is to miss the full picture, Brian Stewart writes.

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Can Black Lives Matter work in Brazil, where ‘repression means death’?

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Some Brazilian activists are trying to import the American movement Black Lives Matter to Rio, where they say police repression has increased since the Olympics began.

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Why Calgary’s downturn has yet to hit real estate prices

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The impact of Alberta's economic downturn on house prices has been blunted, to a degree, because tens of thousands of Canadians who worked in the province but paid taxes in other jurisdictions and didn't engage in the local real-estate market have left after being laid off, according to an internal Finance Department memo obtained by CBC News.

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Canadian among the dead in Italy’s earthquake


A Canadian citizen is among the dead in the devastating earthquake in Italy that killed at least 241 people yesterday, Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion says.

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Clinton-related emails came in Weiner investigation: source

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The FBI will investigate whether there is classified information in newly discovered emails related to its probe of Hillary Clinton's private server, reinjecting a hotly contested political issue into the presidential campaign less than two weeks before election day.

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What the death of the TPP could mean for Canada


The United States and Japan were driving the bus during the 12-country Trans-Pacific Partnership trade negotiations. Now U.S. president-elect Donald Trump has stopped the bus entirely, leaving Canada without its way in to the large Japanese market.

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‘The super-rich and the rest of us’: 2 richest Canadians have wealth equal to...


The two richest Canadians have the same amount of wealth as the poorest 30 per cent of the country combined, according to a new report from a group of international aid organizations.

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At least 161 dead, 1,400 injured in coup attempt, Turkish prime minister says


Forces loyal to the Turkish government fought on Saturday to crush the remnants of a military coup attempt which crumbled after crowds answered President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's call to take to the streets and dozens of rebels abandoned their tanks.

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‘Quite an entanglement’: Donald Trump and his potential conflicts of interest

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From a lease arrangement in Washington to dealings with countries "unfriendly" to the U.S., business mogul Donald Trump brings a slew of potential conflict of interest concerns — real or perceived — to the Oval Office.

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Air Canada passenger pricked by lancet says crew’s fear of liability ‘more important than...

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A Vancouver woman on a flight to Hawaii is angry at the way Air Canada staff treated her after she pricked her finger on a lancet left in the pouch of her seat.

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Travis Vader convicted of 2nd-degree murder in McCann deaths

Travis Vader

Travis Vader saw two Alberta seniors as "targets of opportunity" the day he murdered them and stole their money, their SUV and their motorhome, a judge rules as he convicts the drug dealer and meth addict on two counts of second-degree murder.

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NEB’s Energy East hearings in Montreal cancelled after protesters storm room

Energy East Hearings

The National Energy Board hearings in Montreal into the proposed Energy East pipeline were cancelled early into the proceedings Monday after protesters stormed into the room, prompting the commissioners to leave and resulting in at least two arrests.

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Trump doubles down on claims that race is ‘a rigged election’

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At a campaign event in New Hampshire on Saturday, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump renewed allegations that the U.S. presidential election is rigged against him, and accused rival Hillary Clinton of being on drugs.

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Former Ontario nurse killed 8 elderly patients, police allege

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A former nurse from Woodstock, Ont., has been charged with eight counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of nursing home patients.

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Canada’s not the focus of Trump’s NAFTA talk — but it could be ‘collateral...

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet colleagues have arrived in Calgary for a three-day retreat to ready themselves for the realities of governing in the Donald Trump era, and to hear from experts who they've tapped to help guide them through a potentially tumultuous time.

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Senators charge taxpayers for art, gifts, dining out and booze


Senators have charged taxpayers thousands of dollars for the rental and installation of artworks. They also claimed for dinners, gifts and an LCBO purchase. The details were published Wednesday in the Senate's latest expense disclosure report.

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Trump fulfils ‘Day 1’ vows with 3 executive orders in preview of agenda reset


Vested with the presidential authority to deliver on some of his "Day 1" promises, Donald Trump signs three executive orders to pull out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, restore a Republican abortion policy, and put a hiring freeze on federal employees.

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‘Total con job’: Olympics yet to win over residents of host city

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Even with the biggest sporting event in the world now in the starting blocks, the response to the Olympics from many in Rio de Janeiro is anger and frustration.

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Penny Oleksiak among Olympians greeted by flag-waving supporters in Toronto

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Toronto residents are cheering Canadian Olympic athletes on Sunday morning as a procession rolls through part of the east end.

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Ahead of Trump’s inauguration, Washington braces for well-wishers and protests


Whether coming in celebration or in protest, making the trip to Washington for Donald Trump's inauguration might just be the biggest hassle in the United States. Yet despite D.C.'s shuttered streets and barricaded intersections, an estimated 800,000 people are expected to watch the president-elect take the oath of office Friday.

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Inside Quebec’s far right: At the crossroads with Soldiers of Odin

Soldiers of Odin

CBC News takes you inside the Soldiers of Odin as its Quebec branch finds itself at a crossroads: return to its controversial roots or moderate to broaden its appeal.

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Bombings were ‘act of terror,’ NYC mayor says

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A man wanted for questioning in the bombings that rocked a New York City neighbourhood and a New Jersey shore town is captured after being wounded in a gun battle with police that erupted when he was discovered sleeping in a bar doorway, authorities said.

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Canadian parents spend a quarter of their salary on child care — a third...


Canadian families spend almost one-quarter of their income on child care, a ratio that is much higher than in other parts of the world, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development​ says.

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Justin Trudeau tells Chinese leaders Canada isn’t perfect on human rights either

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrapped up his time in China today by sharing details of his meetings with President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang, saying he acknowledged criticisms of Canada's human rights.

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University grad inspired by ‘beauty and kindness of B.C.’ faces ugly $84K foreign homebuyer...

Jing Li

A student who left China to finish her degree at the University of Saskatchewan then chose to put down permanent roots in Langley says she can't afford the $84,000 property transfer tax levied because of B.C.'s new tax on foreign homebuyers, but she also can't afford to back out of the deal.

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‘We’ve been deceived’: Many clinical trial results are never published

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A new online tool finds that between 2006 and 2014, 45 per cent of studies registered on the world's leading clinical trials database are missing results — with nine Canadian universities and research hospitals among the top 100 worst offenders.

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How civil rights icon Viola Desmond helped change course of Canadian history

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She's often described as "Canada's Rosa Parks," but if anything, Rosa Parks is America's Viola Desmond.

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Trump and Clinton camps still sparring after last night’s heated debate


Donald Trump's campaign manager has dismissed the Republican presidential nominee's threat to jail Democratic rival Hillary Clinton if he wins the presidency as "a quip." Members of both parties continue to react following Sunday night's mud-slinging Trump-Clinton debate in St. Louis.

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Value of new child benefit will fall without inflation adjustment, PBO says

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Canadian families will see their payments slowly erode over time under the Liberal government's new child benefit program, says Parliament's budget watchdog.

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Justin Trudeau to address European Parliament after CETA passes key vote

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has arrived in Strasbourg, France, where he will mark the European Parliament's passing of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union.

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Lawren Harris painting Mountain Forms sells for record $11.2M at auction

Mountain Forms

A mountainscape painting by Group of Seven founder Lawren Harris has become the most expensive artwork ever to sell at a Canadian auction.

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Trudeau nominates Newfoundlander Malcolm Rowe to Supreme Court

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has nominated Newfoundlander Malcolm Rowe to the Supreme Court of Canada, ending speculation that he would snub Atlantic Canada and ignore the convention of designating a seat on the top court for the region.

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Up to 20 cm of snow expected in B.C. as cold, wintry weather batters...

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The official first day of winter is still a few days away, but the season is making its presence known across Canada this weekend, with many airports facing delays and cancellations.

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Sask. First Nations facing ‘state of crisis’ after 4 youth suicides

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North Saskatchewan communities learned Tuesday that a 10-year-old girl in Deschambault Lake had taken her own life. The news came as people were still reeling from the suicides of three girls, ages 12 to 14, who died in the span of four days.

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‘You shot four bullets into him, sir’: Woman takes live video after boyfriend shot...

Philando Castile

A Minnesota officer fatally shot a man in a car with a woman and a child, an official said, and authorities are looking into whether the aftermath was livestreamed in a widely shared Facebook video.

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China sees opportunity in Trump’s anti-trade stance, while other APEC nations want to minimize...


The Trump effect permeates every discussion here in Lima, where the leaders of 21 nations with more than half of the world's wealth between them have gathered.

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Pence says he and Trump would ‘absolutely accept’ results of ‘rigged election’


It has been a tumultuous week in the U.S. presidential campaign. Now, Donald Trump is repeating claims he's facing "rigged elections" in November, while suggesting that he and rival Hillary Clinton take drug tests before the third and final debate next week.

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3 generations of one family involved in Cape Spear fishing tragedy


Search and rescue officials say they are still looking to find two missing fishermen alive, after their fishing boat sank off of the coast of Cape Spear on Tuesday.

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So #TrumpWon? Not according to the real polls

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Donald Trump has claimed victory in Monday's presidential debate with Hillary Clinton, using online "polls" as his evidence. The only problem is those polls are bunk, and the legitimate polls show Clinton won comfortably.

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Trudeau tries to ease nerves over relationship with U.S. under Trump

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and leaders from Asian and Pacific nations — so eager to cement free trade in the region — are walking out of an annual summit facing an uncertain future about the movement of goods, people and services across borders.

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Trudeau’s pipeline remark puts focus on Pacific Northwest gas pipeline

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may have signalled that his cabinet is prepared to sign-off on a massive natural gas pipeline project that will traverse through B.C.'s north.

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‘We will be severely affected,’ Jamaica official warns as Hurricane Matthew threatens Caribbean


As Hurricane Matthew continues its northward trek toward Jamaica, Haiti and Cuba, and residents stock up on food and take other precautionary measures, the mayor of the Jamaican capital of Kingston tells CBC that people should take the severe storm warning for the Caribbean seriously.

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Health ministers wrap tense talks with no agreement on federal health funding

Health Minister Jane Philpott

Federal and provincial health ministers emerged from a day of tense talks in Toronto still at odds over federal funding but with a common goal of improving patient care.

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Softwood lumber hostilities resume as U.S. group files complaint

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The U.S. Lumber Coalition has filed a petition asking the U.S. Department of Commerce to investigate Canadian softwood lumber shipments with an eye to potentially levying new duties, kicking off a fresh round of litigation between two countries with a long history of trade disputes.

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‘My blood ran cold’: Christiane Amanpour on Trump media comments

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CBC's Diana Swain interviews renowned foreign correspondent Christiane Amanpour, who fears Donald Trump's comments about the media are dangerous.

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