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In commuting Chelsea Manning, Obama's last acts of mercy a display of 'absolute' power video
None of the more than 230 convicted felons to have received pardons or commuted sentences from U.S. President Barack Obama will lose their newfound clemency.
Updated Several Italian hotel guests missing in avalanche
An avalanche buried a mountain hotel in an earthquake-hit region of central Italy, leaving at least 30 people missing, authorities said Thursday.
CBC IN MEXICO Attack on prosecutor investigating nightclub shooting further erodes Cancun's reputation for safety video
A violent attack in Cancun, Mexico, has further undermined the area's reputation as a peaceful idyll amid the turbulence of Mexico's drug war.
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Kevin O'Leary makes late entry into Conservative leadership race video
It's finally official: Kevin O'Leary will run to become leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. After months of flirting with the idea, he picked the morning after the French leadership debate and used a video on his Facebook page to declare his candidacy.
No parole for Kelly Ellard, convicted of killing Victoria teen Reena Virk in 1997
Kelly Ellard says since the recent birth of her child she sees the world through different eyes but that wasn't enough to convince one Parole Board of Canada member that the convicted killer should be granted escorted temporary absences from prison.
Vancouver strata blocks Moby Dick franchise from opening over 'offensive' name, lawsuit alleges
A Vancouver business is suing its strata for refusing to allow the opening of a Moby Dick fish and chips franchise in part because, according to a lawsuit filed in B.C. Supreme Court, the name contains an 'offensive term.'
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Doctor who hired a hit man to kill teen patient takes prison complaint to top court
The Supreme Court of Canada will decide Thursday if it will hear a complaint from medical doctor Josephakis Charalambous, who hired a hit man to kill a young patient who had accused him of sexual abuse.
Kevin O'Leary makes late entry into Conservative leadership race video
It's finally official: Kevin O'Leary will run to become leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. After months of flirting with the idea, he picked the morning after the French leadership debate and used a video on his Facebook page to declare his candidacy.
Criminal cases, public and police safety put at risk by IT failures, RCMP documents say
Internal reports detailing critical IT failures at the RCMP suggest that in spite of promises to improve tech support for the national police force, gaffes and poor service at Shared Services Canada continue to jeopardize police work as well as officer and public safety.
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Man admits to swindling Alanis Morissette of nearly $5M US
The former business manager for Alanis Morissette admitted embezzling more than $7 million from the singer and other celebrities and agreed to plead guilty to federal charges, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Leonard Cohen to be revered at Montreal's Museum of Contemporary Art video
The late legendary Montreal musician Leonard Cohen will provide inspiration for more than a dozen visual artists and musicians as part of a special exhibition by Montreal's Museum of Contemporary Art and CBC/Radio-Canada for the city's 375th anniversary celebrations.
Animal rights group files complaint to province over 'blatant animal cruelty' on A Dog's Purpose film set
A national animal welfare group filed a complaint with Manitoba authorities after a video surfaced online showing a dog being forced into churning water during the production of the soon-to-be released film A Dog's Purpose.
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Sleeping man wakened by heat and flames from Samsung S5 phone
A Toronto man says he woke up to "massive flames shooting out the sides" of his Samsung S5 phone on Tuesday morning.
World's primates facing extinction crisis, new report says
Gorillas, monkeys, lemurs and other primates are in danger of becoming extinct, and scientists say it's our fault our closest living relatives are in trouble, a new international study warns.
Ground patrol to investigate mysterious Arctic 'ping' sound
The mysterious "ping" sound reported last fall is being investigated again by the military, which in November sent a surveillance plane to the area.
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Kinder Morgan revenue sharing deal could cause provincial feuds, expert says
A revenue-sharing agreement that helped convince British Columbia to support the $6.8 billion Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion threatens to tear the fabric of country, says a resource policy expert.
Bell Canada raising prices on home internet, TV in February
Bell Canada is increasing monthly prices for a number of its residential communications services, including home TV and internet packages, beginning in February.
Loonie down more than a cent after Poloz leaves door open to rate cut
The Canadian dollar was dragged down more than a full U.S. cent following comments from the Bank of Canada that an interest rate cut "remains on the table" if conditions warrant.
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6-time Australian Open champ Novak Djokovic shocked in 2nd round video
Novak Djokovic, the champion five of the last six years, is out of the Australian Open after being beaten 7-6 (8), 5-7, 2-6, 7-6 (5), 6-4 by wild-card entry Denis Istomin in a second-round match on Thursday.
Former Expo Tim Raines elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
Former Montreal Expos star Tim Raines has been voted in to the Baseball Hall of Fame's Class of 2017. It was Raines' 10th and last year of eligibility for the shrine in Cooperstown, N.Y.
In Depth Motherhood forced Silken Laumann to deal with her mental illness — and her family's
Becoming a mom not only showed Canadian rowing great Silken Laumann that she needed to cope with her mental illness, but her family’s as well. In her first-person story to CBC Sports, Laumann takes readers through the big, messy, wacky and joyful journey that is her family unit.
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