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Analysis Low loonie gives Trumpophobes a chance to test drive Canada: Don Pittis
With the loonie still low and Donald Trump steps closer to the White House, this is a great opportunity for worried Americans. Rather than make an uninformed runner for the border after the November vote, this is the perfect chance for Trumpophobes to take Canada for a test drive.
Drowned baby picture captures week of tragedy in Mediterranean
WARNING: This story contains disturbing details. A photograph of a drowned migrant baby in the arms of a German rescuer is distributed by a humanitarian organization aiming to persuade European authorities to ensure safe passage to migrants.
Mass bleaching in Great Barrier Reef kills huge swaths of coral video
Mass bleaching has destroyed as much as 35 per cent of the coral on the northern and central Great Barrier Reef, Australian scientists said on Monday.
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Tragically Hip fans cry foul after presale tickets scooped up in minutes
Presale tickets sold out quickly for the Tragically Hip's farewell tour, only to show up minutes later on resale sites.
Live MPs vote on amendments to assisted dying bill in House tonight video
The Trudeau government hopes its proposed bill on doctor-assisted suicide will be approved in Parliament by the Supreme Court's deadline of June 6, but stiff opposition from some in the Commons and the Senate is making that next to impossible. MPs are voting on amendments to Bill C-14 tonight.
Hundreds of undamaged Fort McMurray homes declared unsafe due to toxic ash
With residents set to start returning to Fort McMurray in two days, the premier announced Monday that hundreds of undamaged homes in neighbourhoods hardest hit by the wildfire are not safe to live in.
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Live MPs vote on amendments to assisted dying bill in House tonight video
The Trudeau government hopes its proposed bill on doctor-assisted suicide will be approved in Parliament by the Supreme Court's deadline of June 6, but stiff opposition from some in the Commons and the Senate is making that next to impossible. MPs are voting on amendments to Bill C-14 tonight.
Updated Divorced parents need guidance on child benefit's impact, Conservatives say
Fears the Liberal's new child benefit could clog courts with divorced couples fighting over child support payments were dismissed by Finance Minister Bill Morneau today in his appearance before a Commons finance committee. But his Conservative critic says the impact of the changes is creating confusion.
Liberals want to end jailing of child migrants, public safety minister says
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says he wants to end the Canada Border Services Agency's practice of detaining child migrants.
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Tragically Hip fans cry foul after presale tickets scooped up in minutes
Presale tickets sold out quickly for the Tragically Hip's farewell tour, only to show up minutes later on resale sites.
No Man's Sky game developer sent death threats after release date delayed
The creator of No Man's Sky, an upcoming sci-fi exploration game, says he received death threats online after reports surfaced that the game's release was pushed back.
Relaunched Top Gear gets social media drubbing
A beloved show undergoing an overhaul is bound to get a bumpy ride when it returns, but a vocal segment of Top Gear fans are giving the revamped BBC motoring show a vehement thumbs down.
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Technology & Science »

Cincinnati zookeeper defends decision to shoot gorilla video
Cincinnati Zoo director Thane Maynard responded Monday to critics of the zoo's decision to shoot a gorilla that was dragging around a small human child. "We live in the real world, we make real decisions," he said at a news conference.
CRTC reviewing controversial 'zero-rating' in internet plans
Internet and wireless providers are increasingly offering packages with unlimited music or video streaming. Sound like a great deal? Here's why consumer advocates are complaining and the CRTC is reviewing the practice, known as zero-rating.
Rare 'roll cloud' snakes over Fort Resolution, N.W.T.
Residents of the community of Fort Resolution, N.W.T. were treated to a rare sight Saturday evening — a unique "roll cloud" that left onlookers confused and amazed.
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Canada ranked 10th in global business competitiveness
Canada has fallen to 10th place in the latest rankings of business competitiveness by the IMD World Competitiveness Center, its worst position in several years.
Toronto stocks close lower with U.S. markets shut for holiday
The Toronto stock market posted a small loss amid low trading volume and a lack of direction from the U.S. markets, which were shut for the Memorial Day holiday.
Dual-income families with kids have doubled in Canada over past 40 years, StatsCan says
Between 1976 and 2015, the percentage of dual-income families with at least one child went from 36 per cent to 69 per cent, as more women entered the workforce, Statistics Canada says.
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Preview Stanley Cup Final filled with feel-good storylines
There is no shortage of human-interest sagas that will tug on your heartstrings as the Stanley Cup Final between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the San Jose Sharks opens tonight (CBC, CBC Sports app, 8 p.m. ET).
100 days until the Paralympic Games: Canadian team starting to take shape
Test events are wrapping up and qualifiers are being announced as Canada's athletes and organizers mark the 100-day countdown until the start of the 2016 Rio Paralympics.
New NHL not interested in 'paying for the privilege' to send players to Olympics
In his annual state of the union address at the Stanley Cup Final, Gary Bettman said the NHL and the NHLPA might have to reconsider their participation in the Olympics if the IOC goes ahead with its threat to not pay out-of-pocket expenses for NHL players.
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