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Shimon Peres, former prime minister of Israel, dead at 93 video
Shimon Peres, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate and one of Israel's founding fathers, has died. He was 93.
Point of View Peres saw hope for world shaped by younger generations: Peter Mansbridge video
CBC News chief correspondent Peter Mansbridge recollects a dinner in Toronto with Shimon Peres, still lively and engaging in his 92nd year.
Updated Malaysian jet downed by launcher from Russia, probe finds
Dutch-led criminal investigators say they have solid evidence that a Malaysian jet was shot down by a Buk missile that had been moved into eastern Ukraine from Russia.
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Live Blog Big crowds expected for Day 2 of William and Kate's Yukon visit
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continue their Yukon visit today, beginning with a visit to a local museum and a walk through the downtown area.
Tardy bureaucrats causing First Nations' cost overruns, report finds
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada paid a consultant $134,000 to answer the question: Why are construction projects on First Nations reserves so frequently over budget? The answer: Look in a mirror.
Canada should talk 'growing pains' with countries looking to mimic Syrian refugee program, senator says
The Canadian government is holding up its private sponsorship model as an example for other countries bringing in Syrian refugees, but the chairman of the Senate's human rights committee says there are still urgent concerns with the program, including long delays.
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Politics »

Analysis Trudeau government at pains to explain Pacific Northwest LNG video
"Today, the federal government approved the Pacific Northwest LNG project," Environment Minister Catherine McKenna reported. It is, McKenna said, an investment worth $11 billion. But she was at pains to justify it.
Live NDP leader LIVE video
Tom Mulcair post-caucus news conference
Tardy bureaucrats causing First Nations' cost overruns, report finds
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada paid a consultant $134,000 to answer the question: Why are construction projects on First Nations reserves so frequently over budget? The answer: Look in a mirror.
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Health »

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Arts & Entertainment»

New National Arts Centre raising $25M to fund new works
Think of it as venture capital for the arts world: that's what the NAC says about its new $25 million fundraising campaign, which is designed to support established artists to create bold and adventurous new work.
Updated Ottawa police investigate complaint that officer posted racist comments about Inuk artist
A complaint alleging that an Ottawa police officer posted racist comments about Indigenous people and the death of Inuk artist Annie Pootoogook is under investigation.
Lawren Harris mountainscape featured in Steve Martin exhibit set for auction
Fresh off a hit art exhibition spearheaded by Steve Martin, a large-scale masterpiece by Group of Seven founder Lawren Harris is headed for the auction block and expected to fetch more than $3 million.
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Technology & Science »

Updated BlackBerry to stop making phones, reports sharp drop in revenue
BlackBerry says it plans to end all internal hardware development — signalling a strategic shift for a company that built its reputation on innovative smartphone technology created at its base in Waterloo, Ont.
In California's farm belt, 'pesticide drift' has residents worried about their health
In California's farm belt, "pesticide drift" means danger is in the wind. Residents want new laws to protect half a million children who go to school near fields sprayed with pesticides
Staring at mobile phones strains necks, chiropractors warn
Chiropractors in Windsor-Essex are sounding the alarm over "text neck" which comes after repeatedly turning your head down. Just the pressure from that action alone could put nearly 30 kilograms of pressure on your spine.
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Money »

Updated BlackBerry to stop making phones, reports sharp drop in revenue
BlackBerry says it plans to end all internal hardware development — signalling a strategic shift for a company that built its reputation on innovative smartphone technology created at its base in Waterloo, Ont.
Live Yellen defends tougher banking regulations during congressional testimony video
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen says the financial health of the United States banking system has strengthened considerably since the 2008 financial crisis, in part because of tougher regulations passed by Congress in 2010.
Analysis Shomi hadn't much hope with Netflix already in the living room
Streaming services are the future, so why is Shomi already calling it quits? It appears you just can't offer a standard streaming service; you have to offer one good enough to take on juggernaut Netflix.
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Consumer Life »

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Analysis Europe keeps it close in Game 1 loss to Canada video
Canada earned a 3-1 win over Team Europe in the opener of the World Cup of Hockey final on Tuesday night, but the underdogs controlled play for long stretches in an admirable performance.
Recap Crosby line leads Canada to Game 1 win over Europe video
Canada took the first game of the World Cup of Hockey final, beating Team Europe 3-1 on Tuesday at Air Canada Centre.
Analysis World Cup of Hockey final: 5 things we learned from Canada's Game 1 win video
The Canadians edged Team Europe with a 3-1 win in Game 1 of the best-of-three World Cup of Hockey final on Tuesday night in Toronto. What did we learn from the victory?
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