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Lego beach: for years toy pieces have washed-up on a British beach

Residents in Cornwall are collecting more than seashells on the beach. In 1997, a container of nautical themed Lego went overboard at sea. Since then,...

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RCMP officer's wife speaks out about his suicide and the need to fight PTSD stigma

Ken Barker was a retired RCMP officer who had suffered with PTSD for many years. A week ago, Mr. Barker, who was a police dog...

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Iroquois lacrosse team takes bronze at World Championships

For the Iroquois Nationals, it's redemption time. The team competed as a sovereign nation at the World Lacrosse Championships in Denver, Colorado. And after a...

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Up in smoke: Australia repeals carbon tax

The Australian government has made good on its election promise to get rid of a controversial carbon tax -- which had been hailed as a...

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A survivor of nutrition experiments in B.C.'s residential school system, Alvin Dixon has died

Alvin Dixon remembered being so hungry as a child that he had to steal food. Mr. Dixon was a survivor of the residential school school...

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Senior doctor at Gaza hospital says mass casualties are creating a desperate situation

A neurosurgeon at Gaza's al-Shifa Hospital says patients are having complicated surgeries and being moved out of the hospital after as little as one day....

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Dispatches from the edge of retirement: A look back at the career of CBC's Rick MacInnes-Rae

After 37 years in front of a microphone, and often in front of a camera, Rick MacInnes-Rae has decided to ride off into the sunset....

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Ethiopian farmer gets his day in court, alleging Britain is funding human rights abuses

An Ethiopian farmer, known only as "Mr. O", says the British government is funding a brutal forced-resettlement program in his country. He's now convinced the...

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Putting a leash on Santiago's massive stray dog population

In Chile's capital city, dogs are everywhere. They root through garbage. The lay about on downtown sidewalks like they own them. They're even outside the...

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Alberta designer offers locally made option in Alberta licence plate debate

Last week, the Alberta government posted three new proposed licence plate designs for residents to vote on. But many people, it seems, don't want any...

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