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New Obama and his immigration overhaul targeted by Republicans
Republicans are vowing to act in response to President Barack Obama's use of his executive authority on immigration but are still mulling over what to do. Party leaders say they are looking at various options and will consult with members and Americans in the days ahead before choosing one.
Buffalo residents shovelling snow but now worried about rain, flooding video
A snowfall that brought huge drifts and closed roads in the Buffalo area finally ended Friday as the looming threat of rain and higher temperatures through the weekend and beyond raised the possibility of floods and more roofs collapsing under the heavy loads.
Analysis Keystone XL loss may be victory in disguise for pipeline proponents video
The narrow failure in the U.S. Senate this week to pass a bill authorizing the controversial Keystone pipeline should guarantee the project's eventual passage, Chris Hall writes. It is now the pipeline proponents who have become emboldened.
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New Sudbury Basin formed by comet, not asteroid, researcher says audio
It’s been long believed the Sudbury Basin was shaped by an asteroid that hit the region more than a billion years ago, but a Laurentian University researcher now says it was likely a comet.
Why you may never see the Justin Bourque confession video
Lawyers for the crown and defence in the Justin Bourque trial want to keep evidence, including a confession video, out of the public sphere. CBC Radio's Day 6 talks to the co-defence counsel for convicted killer Russell Williams about this sensitive issue.
Longueuil fatal crash: Prosecutor says decision not to lay charges based on evidence video
Quebec's Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions (DPCP) is denying that pressure from any outside groups influenced its decision not to press charges against an officer involved in a fatal crash in Longueuil, Que., that killed a five-year-old boy.
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Should Mexico still be considered a 'safe country'?
Canada's official designation of Mexico as a "safe country" when it comes to considering refugee claims has some shaking their heads, given the brutal violence and corruption that continue to plague parts of the country.
Express entry immigration system starts Jan. 1, leaving employers uncertain
The federal government is preparing to launch a new immigration system that will give skilled workers "express entry" into Canada starting Jan. 1, but first it's consulting stakeholders.
Canadian military veterans plan to enlist with Kurds battling ISIS
A number of Canadian military veterans say they'll be enlisting with the growing ranks of foreign fighters who have joined the Kurdish battle against ISIS in Syria and Iraq, CBC News has learned.
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How World of Warcraft changed my life: 3 stories
The hugely popular multi-player game World of Warcraft turns 10 this weekend. CBC Radio's Day 6 presents a doc on how the game has changed the lives of three people, including a woman who met her husband through the game.
Bill Cosby shows scrapped in Las Vegas and Tucson amid widening assault claims video
Two Bill Cosby appearances have been cancelled a day after two more women came forward with fresh allegations of assault.
FILM REVIEW The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1: FILM REVIEW video
Like one of Katniss Everdeen's arrows, the latest installment of The Hunger Games is aimed straight at the hearts of fans and, according to Eli Glasner, Part 1 hits the mark.
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New Sudbury Basin formed by comet, not asteroid, researcher says audio
It’s been long believed the Sudbury Basin was shaped by an asteroid that hit the region more than a billion years ago, but a Laurentian University researcher now says it was likely a comet.
How World of Warcraft changed my life: 3 stories
The hugely popular multi-player game World of Warcraft turns 10 this weekend. CBC Radio's Day 6 presents a doc on how the game has changed the lives of three people, including a woman who met her husband through the game.
Jelly-covered plankton multiplying in Canadian lakes
Jelly-covered creatures that look like tapioca are multiplying in many Canadian lakes, clogging up water pipes and potentially disrupting the food chain.
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Taylor Swift, Sears Canada, & Rogers' hockey fight: Business Week Wrap video
From a pop giant trying to shake up the industry, to a fallen retail giant trying to rebuild its tattered image, it was a busy week in the business world. Jacqueline Hansen gets you caught up in our weekly video recap.
Ontario, Quebec sign deals on electricity, climate change video audio
The premiers of Ontario and Quebec signed a joint agreement to work together to share electricity and to advance their climate change agendas after a combined meeting of their cabinets today.
Canada's inflation rate heats up to 2.4% in October
It got a lot more expensive to keep a roof over your head and food on your table last month, according to the latest inflation numbers from Statistics Canada on Friday morning.
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NHL: 3 stories from Friday night video
The Edmonton Oilers had the Friday night NHL spotlight all to themselves as the only Canadian team on the schedule. In Pittsburgh and Columbus, shootouts were the order of the evening in a fractious atmosphere.
Recap Devils show struggling Oilers no mercy video
Cory Schneider made 29 saves to record his second shutout of the season and 14th of his career as the New Jersey Devils snapped a two-game losing skid with a 2-0 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Friday.
Gordie Howe a bit better, son Mark tells Detroit Free Press
Mark Howe told the Detroit Free Press today that his dad, Gordie, has shown minor improvements and "isn't in so much pain anymore." Although Howe, 86, remains mostly quiet and immobile, the family was able to get him out of bed "to a living room chair" for the past two days.
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