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February 1, 2008 | 04:10 PM

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Updated TransAsia flight crashes, dozens feared dead
A TransAsia flight has crashed in an emergency landing, killing 51 people and injuring seven, according to a Taiwanese news agency.
2 Ukraine fighter jets shot down by pro-Russian rebels
Pro-Russian rebels have shot down two Ukrainian fighter jets, a spokesman for Ukraine's military operations says.
Analysis Is Russia's fight with Ukraine as intractable as the Middle East? video
If the world seems like a confusing, chaotic place right now with rampant, sudden, often tribal violence, and no one seemingly in charge, that's because it is, Brian Stewart writes.
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New Canada's crime rate continued downward trend in 2013
Canada's crime rate fell by eight per cent in 2013 over the previous year, according to police-reported crime numbers released by Statistics Canada, although some offences were reported more frequently, including sexual violations against children.
Temporary Foreign Workers: Businesses needing highly skilled workers sideswiped by changes
Canadian employers who use the Temporary Foreign Worker Program to hire high-skilled workers say they have been sideswiped by changes intended to curb alleged abuses of the program by businesses in the fast-food sector.
New Sears Canada, Reitmans & Indigo face battle for survival
Foreign retailers have flooded the Canadian market in recent years opening hundreds of new stores and the pressure may be too much for some long-established retail names in Canada.
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Temporary Foreign Workers: Businesses needing highly skilled workers sideswiped by changes
Canadian employers who use the Temporary Foreign Worker Program to hire high-skilled workers say they have been sideswiped by changes intended to curb alleged abuses of the program by businesses in the fast-food sector.
Mike Duffy reached out to Peruvian woman claiming to be daughter
Mike Duffy, the suspended former Tory senator, has reached out to Karen Duffy, a Peruvian woman who claims to be his biological daughter, CBC News has confirmed.
Mike Duffy's murky $65k contract with friend leads to 8 charges
RCMP documents suggest that Senator Mike Duffy’s problems are not restricted to his housing and travel claims, but also focus on the murky financial relationship with an old friend. Eight of the charges announced by the RCMP last week are in relation to consulting contracts.
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No Canadians in the running for 2014 Man Booker Prize
Not a single Canadian author made the list for Britain's prestigious 2014 Man Booker literary prize. But the Americans have arrived in force for the first year they've been in contention.
Adele's toddler son, Angelo, wins damages for paparazzi photos
British singer Adele's toddler son has won a five-figure sum in damages after paparazzi photographed private family moments.
Rod Stewart to open Commonwealth Games with Canadian-written song video
Award-winning Canadian singer, songwriter and producer Marc Jordan is on hand in Glasgow's Celtic Park on Wednesday to witness Rod Stewart sing his worldwide hit Rhythm of My Heart.
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New 'Optical fibre' made out of thin air
Scientists say they have turned thin air into an 'optical fibre' that can transmit and amplify light signals without the need for any cables.
Bob McDonald, the asteroid, flies through space
Bob McDonald is now flying through space, between Mars and Jupiter — Bob McDonald the newly named asteroid, that is.
Video Black bear breaks into elderly woman's home in North Vancouver video
A B.C. woman got a shock on Tuesday when she discovered a black bear in her kitchen - the latest in a string of unusual encounters between humans and bears in British Columbia.
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New Retail sales rise to record $42B in May, boosted by autos
Retail sales rose 0.7 per cent in May, Statistics Canada said, as new-car buyers pushed the monthly figure to a record $42 billion overall for the month.
Yukos shareholders expect ruling on $100B lawsuit
A group of shareholders in Yukos expect a ruling on Monday in a $100-billion claim against Moscow for expropriating the defunct Russian oil company that was controlled by Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once Russia's richest man.
Bell Aliant: BCE to privatize region telecom affiliate
BCE Inc. says it will privatize regional telecom affiliate Bell Aliant through acquiring the interest of public minority shareholders for roughly $3.95 billion.
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Analysis Kyle Dubas hiring a victory for hockey analytics video
The addition of a stats-literate 28-year-old assistant GM could signal a significant shift in thinking for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Photos Commonwealth Games: Canadians to watch
Get to know some of the top contenders for podium spots from the Canadian team at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Coming Up Commonwealth Games opening ceremony
Watch live as headliners Rod Stewart and Susan Boyle perform and Team Canada marches into Glasgow's Celtic Park for the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games. (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 3:30 p.m. ET).
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