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February 1, 2008 | 04:10 PM

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Marion Barry, former mayor known for smoking crack, dead at 78
Former District of Columbia Mayor Marion Barry, whose four terms were overshadowed by his 1990 arrest after being caught on videotape smoking crack cocaine, died Sunday morning. He was 78.
U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria kill over 900, activist group says
A prominent Syrian activist group monitoring its civil war says U.S.-led airstrikes in the country have killed over 900 people since September - many of them ISIS fighters, though some civilians as well.
Buffalo snow 2014: Flooding feared as weather warms video
After a three-day onslaught that dumped a historic 2.1 metres of snow on the Buffalo area and killed at least 12 people, the sun came out, but so did predictions of flooding caused by rain and temperatures of up to 15 C.
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Conservatives' gun bill, C-42, fails to impress gun owners
The Conservatives' long-awaited firearms reform bill won't fix the most serious flaws in Canada's firearms licensing regime, according to gunowners' lobby groups. And some say they feel the Harper government is taking their support for granted.
Inheritance 'tension': Why more families may be headed for court audio
It’s no secret that family fights over wills can be vicious. About one trillion dollars will change hands in this country over the next two decades, and lawyers are already witnessing the fallout.
Point of View Thirsting for justice in banking scandals: Michael Enright
Two recent events, one in Canada and one in Europe, carry hope for those who seek fairness and honesty in the ranks of high finance and big business, writes Michael Enright.
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Politics »

Conservatives' gun bill, C-42, fails to impress gun owners
The Conservatives' long-awaited firearms reform bill won't fix the most serious flaws in Canada's firearms licensing regime, according to gunowners' lobby groups. And some say they feel the Harper government is taking their support for granted.
Ottawa to protect 'Canada brand' in foreign mining operations
It's taken almost a decade of loud, often unwelcome advocacy, but the federal government appears to finally recognize that Canada's international brand when it comes to the mining sector needs a little spit and polish.
Jean Charest denies illegal party financing, links to SNC-Lavalin
Former Quebec premier Jean Charest is denying a report linking him to a political fundraising scheme with engineering giant SNC-Lavalin in the year before he took office.
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Bill Cosby performs to adoring crowd amid rape allegations video
Weeks of headlines about alleged sexual assaults seemed to have no effect on comedian Bill Cosby and some of his fans Friday, as an adoring audience in Florida shouted love at the stage and rose to their feet as he came and went.
How World of Warcraft changed my life: 3 stories
The hugely popular multi-player game World of Warcraft turns 10 this weekend. CBC Radio's Day 6 presents a doc on how the game has changed the lives of three people, including a woman who met her husband through the game.
Audio The Hockey Sweater by Roch Carrier celebrates 30 years video audio
Author Roch Carrier first penned The Hockey Sweater in 1979, but it wasn't until 1984 that a translated version of the story featuring the illustrations of Sheldon Cohen stole the hearts of all Quebecers.
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Rewilding projects aim to turn back clock on environment
After centuries of negative human impact on our landscapes, some people are calling for 'rewilding' programs to allow landscapes to return to a more natural state.
Sudbury Basin formed by comet, not asteroid, researcher says audio
It’s been long believed the Sudbury Basin was shaped by an asteroid that hit the region more than a billion years ago, but a Laurentian University researcher now says it was likely a comet.
How World of Warcraft changed my life: 3 stories
The hugely popular multi-player game World of Warcraft turns 10 this weekend. CBC Radio's Day 6 presents a doc on how the game has changed the lives of three people, including a woman who met her husband through the game.
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Point of View Thirsting for justice in banking scandals: Michael Enright
Two recent events, one in Canada and one in Europe, carry hope for those who seek fairness and honesty in the ranks of high finance and big business, writes Michael Enright.
Taylor Swift, Sears Canada, & Rogers' hockey fight: Business Week Wrap video
From a pop giant trying to shake up the industry, to a fallen retail giant trying to rebuild its tattered image, it was a busy week in the business world. Jacqueline Hansen gets you caught up in our weekly video recap.
Ontario, Quebec sign deals on electricity, climate change video audio
The premiers of Ontario and Quebec signed a joint agreement to work together to share electricity and to advance their climate change agendas after a combined meeting of their cabinets today.
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NHL: 5 stories from Saturday night
It was a busy Saturday night in the NHL, which included two thrilling Original Six matchups. The Canadiens continued to be perfect against their biggest rival, the Senators can't solve afternoon games, the Leafs salute their fans, the Oilers continue a huge skid, and the Flames launched a comeback.
Don Cherry: Leafs will "pay the price" for not saluting fans
Don Cherry says he can't believe the Toronto Maple Leafs would be "dumb enough" to not salute fans at Air Canada Centre following their win on Thursday.
Poll Leafs' post-game salute returns
After snubbing the fans at Air Canada Centre by not saluting following a win over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday, the Leafs decided to bring back the post-game ritual to cap off their 4-1 defeat of the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday night.
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