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New UN peacekeepers detained in Syria believed to be in 'good health'
The plight of dozens of UN peacekeepers in Syria remained "very, very fluid" Friday, the secretary-general's spokesman said, as talks aimed at their release stretched into a second day.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev asks for delay in Boston Marathon bombing trial
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzohkhar Tsarnaev are asking to delay his trial until at least September 2015.
NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen urges Canada to boost defence spending audio
On the eve of next week's NATO Summit in Wales, the alliance's outgoing Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen tells CBC Radio's The House an 'unstable security environment' means member countries like Canada must increase defence spending and help the alliance adapt to 'profound' changes.
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Petawawa neighbourhood cordoned off as OPP face armed man video
The OPP have cordoned off a Petawawa neighbourhood and deployed their tactical response unit as part of a standoff with an armed man.
New Lynden Dorval, fired for giving zeros, 'treated unfairly,' appeal board rules video
Lynden Dorval, a physics teacher at Ross Sheppard High School, was suspended in May 2012 for awarding zeros for work that wasn’t handed in or tests not taken, which went against the school’s policy.
Ebola test underway for Gatineau, Que., child in isolation
A young girl from Gatineau, Que., is in isolation after feeling sick upon returning from visiting family in Sierra Leone, one of the west African countries hard hit by this year’s Ebola outbreak.
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NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen urges Canada to boost defence spending audio
On the eve of next week's NATO Summit in Wales, the alliance's outgoing Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen tells CBC Radio's The House an 'unstable security environment' means member countries like Canada must increase defence spending and help the alliance adapt to 'profound' changes.
Anti-radicalization program being developed by RCMP
The RCMP is developing a program to stop Canadians from becoming radicalized by violent ideologies, according to a new report says at least 130 people with Canadian connections have gone abroad for terrorism-related activities and another 80 have returned to the country.
Premiers agree to move forward with a national energy strategy video
Canada's premiers emerged from their three-day summer meeting in Charlottetown with an agreement to move forward with a national energy strategy.
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Health »

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Arts & Entertainment»

Mint unveils four new Superman coins at Fan Expo 2014
DC Comic's Man of Steel is now the man of gold and silver after The Royal Canadian Mint unveilled four limited-edition Superman coins at Fan Expo Canada in Toronto.
Joan Rivers in serious condition says comedian's daughter
Joan Rivers remains in hospital Friday, one day after going into cardiac arrest in a New York City doctor's office.
Kai Ko, actor arrested with Jackie Chan's son, released
Taiwanese movie star, Kai Ko, offers tearful apology two weeks after his arrest on drug charges with Jaycee Chan, son of martial arts superstar Jackie Chan.
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Technology & Science »

Audio Why muzzling government scientists can be a good thing: Day 6
Economist Andrew Leach says there can be good reasons for stopping government scientists from speaking freely.
'Sailing rocks' mystery of Death Valley solved
A team of scientists say they believe they have solved the mystery of how hundreds of rocks slide mysteriously across a dry lake in Death Valley, Calif.
Asteroid smash-up captured by NASA telescope
Researchers say they believe one of NASA’s space telescopes has tracked an asteroid smash-up for the first time.
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Money »

Tim Hortons hitched, Shomi born, Twitch adopted and NHL expecting: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP video
Tim Hortons gets bought by Burger King, rumours fly about possible NHL expansion and Rogers and Shaw team up to bring Canadians a Netflix-like streaming service. Jacqueline Hansen recaps the week that was in business news.
Canada plans legislation to end pay-to-pay billing fees
The federal government plans to introduce legislation that would halt the practice of charging fees for paper bills, an issue highlighted by the CRTC's criticism of Canadian telecom companies' pay-to-pay practices.
Sunwing Flight 656: Why passengers are unlikely to win damages due to unruly fliers
Airline passengers who have their travel plans interrupted when unruly passengers force a plane to turn around or be diverted are likely to have a difficult time collecting damages for the disruption.
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Consumer Life »

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Tony Stewart says driver Kevin Ward's death will 'affect my life forever'
NASCAR star Tony Stewart says in his first public comments since striking and killing fellow driver Kevin Ward Jr. that the crash will "affect my life forever."
U.S. Open: No. 2 Halep shocked by qualifier Lucic-Baroni video
Second-seeded Simona Halep's recent run of Grand Slam success ended with a third-round exit Friday at the U.S. Open against Mirjana Lucic-Baroni, a 32-year-old qualifier ranked 121st.
Justin Schultz, Oilers agree to 1-year deal
The Edmonton Oilers have agreed to terms on a one-year, $3.675-million US contract with restricted-free-agent defenceman Justin Schultz.
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