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New Republican debate starts off sombre, escalates into personal attacks
Republican White House hopefuls insisted that President Barack Obama step aside and let his successor nominate the next Supreme Court justice, in a raucous Saturday night debate that also featured harshly personal jousting over immigration and foreign policy.
Barack Obama will nominate replacement for Antonin Scalia 'in due time'
President Barack Obama declared Saturday night he would seek to fill the Supreme Court seat left vacant by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, charging into a heated and likely prolonged election-year fight with Republicans in Congress.
Antonin Scalia, U.S. Supreme Court justice, dead at 79
Antonin Scalia, the influential conservative and most provocative member of the U.S. Supreme Court, has died, leaving the high court without its conservative majority and setting up an ideological confrontation over his successor in the maelstrom of a presidential election year.
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New NBA All-Star 2016 Saturday night: Dunk contest wows Toronto
Saturday night's dunk contest could very well be the highlight of the entire 2016 NBA All-Star weekend in Toronto.
Arctic blast descends on Central, Eastern Canada video
An Arctic blast has descended on Central and Eastern Canada, where temperatures feel like -30 to -45 C with the wind chill.
Man charged with fraud for selling iPhone boxes filled with rice
Police in Toronto are looking for more victims after a man was charged with fraud for allegedly selling an iPhone box filled with rice, instead of a phone, to people on the online classifieds website Kijiji.
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The House Harjit Sajjan hints at a Canadian military mission in Libya
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan explains the next phase of Canada's involvement in the fight against ISIS, and leaves the door open to a military mission for Canada in Libya.
NDP dropped 20 points in 48 hours after supporting niqab, Tom Mulcair says video
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair accepts responsibility for his party's disappointing third-place finish in the last election campaign, saying decisions he made around TV debates and the niqab sunk the party's fortunes with voters.
Pipeline projects need 'indigenous licence', says AFN National Chief
What role should First Nations play in the development of energy projects? That's been one of the questions at the heart of this country's ongoing pipeline debate. We ask the National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations, Perry Bellegarde, if we're getting any closer to a solution.
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Arts & Entertainment»

Eagles of Death Metal returning to Paris following Bataclan attack
The Eagles of Death Metal kicked off their rescheduled European tour Saturday in Sweden, three months after the carnage in Paris in an attack on the concert hall where they were performing.
Grammy nominations create 'a lot more choice' for Canadian musicians video
"Massive" and "a dream" is how songwriter and producer Stephan Moccio describes the lead-up to Monday's Grammy Awards, where he is nominated in three categories.
ESPN reporter abruptly cuts off NBA all-star celebrity MVP Win Butler's political speech
An ESPN reporter abruptly shut down Win Butler when he started a spiel about the U.S. election after he was minted MVP at the NBA all-star celebrity game.
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Technology & Science »

Giant, flightless birds wandered Canadian Arctic 50 million years ago
More than 50 million years ago, Canada's Arctic was a warm, wet place, home to alligators, giant tortoises and — as it now turns out —giant, flightless birds.
REVIEW Explore Wyoming forest and uncover a mystery in Firewatch
A sleepy job looking out for fires in 1989 Wyoming quickly becomes a tense mystery story in Firewatch, a new video game by independent studio Campo Santo.
Data centre dilemma: How online consumption is leading to higher energy use, costs
Every time you update your Facebook profile, every time you email a friend, every time you stream your favourite show, you're using data. And the energy required to power that usage is increasingly becoming a problem.
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Money »

Analysis Iran sanctions lifted by Canada, but Justin Trudeau still faces 'delicate dance' video
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's sweeping sanctions relief for Iran will be a boon for Canadian businesses, but thawing relations between the two countries is not without risks for the Liberal government, say experts.
Shadow flipping in B.C. housing & border hopping around Netflix's VPN crackdown: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP video
From Canadians playing whack-a-mole with Netflix to get around geoblocked content, to canny realtors booking big profits from a shell game in B.C.'s hot housing market, it was an eventful week in Canadian business. Jacqueline Hansen sorts out the shadow flippers from the border hoppers in her weekly video recap.
Valentine's Day: Why the digital age hasn't ended our love affair with card-giving
Does a love note sound any less sweet if sent via text? Around Valentine’s Day, most people seem to think so. An estimated 40 million Valentine’s cards are exchanged in Canada each year, and the digital age doesn't seem to be slowing sales.
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Consumer Life »

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NBA All-Star Saturday: Zach LaVine defends dunk crown in epic showdown video
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine outlasted Orlando's Aaron Gordon in an epic final round of the dunk contest, posting four straight perfect 50s to win for the second straight year.
How Canadian NHL teams fared last night video
There were five Canadian NHL teams in action on Saturday night, including a pair of all-Canadian matchups in Vancouver and Edmonton. Here's a quick look at how they fared.
Youth Olympics: How Canadians fared on opening day video
Canadians didn't earn a medal in the first day of competition at the Winter Youth Olympic Games Saturday in Lillehammer, Norway, but some have put themselves in a solid position to do so. Here's a quick look at how they fared.
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