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Photos Chile's Villarrica and other volcanic eruptions
Chile's Villarrica volcano erupted in early March 2015. The eruption of the 2,847-metre-tall volcano prompted authorities to evacuate thousands of people. Villarrica is one of many volcanoes to erupt in recent years.
Analysis Is Canada's ISIS mission ready for Syria's moral maze? video
Canada's new ISIS mission will take us into a war zone that all our normal allies, save for the U.S., are steering well clear of — the antagonist-rich tinderbox that is present day Syria. Do we know what we are getting into, Brian Stewart asks.
Andreas Lubitz, Germanwings co-pilot, was treated for suicidal tendencies video
German prosecutors say Andreas Lubitz, the co-pilot who crashed a Germanwings passenger plane in the French Alps, had received treatment for suicidal tendencies for several years before he became a pilot.
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Analysis Is Canada's ISIS mission ready for Syria's moral maze? video
Canada's new ISIS mission will take us into a war zone that all our normal allies, save for the U.S., are steering well clear of — the antagonist-rich tinderbox that is present day Syria. Do we know what we are getting into, Brian Stewart asks.
Future Shop stores lost out to fulfilled online shoppers
Industry experts say the growing plethora of online written reviews, videos, and forums means that shoppers can now educate themselves online and then buy their electronics anywhere instead of buying from brick-and-mortar stores.
Clyde River, Nunavut, takes on oil industry over seismic testing
Clyde River is a small, remote hamlet in Nunavut, but it's getting more attention than it's ever had before, because it's singlehandedly taking on the oil industry, which is eager to access potential deposits off its coast.
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Updated Trying to fix C-51 'mission impossible,' Elizabeth May says
The few government-backed amendments expected to be made to the government's anti-terror bill aren't enough to win Green Party Leader Elizabeth May's support - but, she believes, it is "very significant" the government broguht forward any amendments at all.
National Firearms Association ignoring questions about C-51, members complain
The National Firearms Association is deleting questions posted to its Facebook page about why it pulled out of a committee looking at the government's proposed anti-terrorism legislation, and some members are complaining.
Analysis Is Canada's ISIS mission ready for Syria's moral maze? video
Canada's new ISIS mission will take us into a war zone that all our normal allies, save for the U.S., are steering well clear of — the antagonist-rich tinderbox that is present day Syria. Do we know what we are getting into, Brian Stewart asks.
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Q&A Trevor Noah: 6 questions for the new Daily Show host
Comedy Central names Trevor Noah as Jon Stewart's replacement on The Daily Show, leaving many fans asking 'who'? The 31-year-old explains why he's different in a Q&A from Dubai.
Trevor Noah to replace Jon Stewart on The Daily Show video
Comedian Trevor Noah has been selected to replace Jon Stewart on the satirical news program, The Daily Show, Comedy Central announced Monday.
Robin Williams's wife, children battle over late comedian's personal belongings
Lawyers for the Robin Williams's wife and children are due in court Monday to argue over who should get clothes and other personal items belonging to the late comedic actor who died last August.
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Future Shop stores lost out to fulfilled online shoppers
Industry experts say the growing plethora of online written reviews, videos, and forums means that shoppers can now educate themselves online and then buy their electronics anywhere instead of buying from brick-and-mortar stores.
Go Public Bell accused of 'ganging up' on resale buyers by blacklisting phones video
A Montreal father is taking on Canada’s largest telecom, after Bell blacklisted his teenager’s phone — not because it was reported stolen, but because the original buyer didn’t pay Bell for the device under contract.
Photos Chile's Villarrica and other volcanic eruptions
Chile's Villarrica volcano erupted in early March 2015. The eruption of the 2,847-metre-tall volcano prompted authorities to evacuate thousands of people. Villarrica is one of many volcanoes to erupt in recent years.
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New Cut university enrolment by 30%, expand colleges, CEO-commissioned report urges
Canada would be better off if universities admitted 30 per cent fewer students every year and the college and polytechnical system got more of a focus, a report commissioned by the Canadian Council for Chief Executives says.
Austerity budgets of provinces will offset 75% of Ottawa's tax cuts: BMO
About three-quarters of the estimated $4.5 billion in federal tax cuts and increases in benefits promised to Canadians this year will be offset by provincial tax hikes and cutbacks, the Bank of Montreal says.
Amaya sells Cadillac Jack casino games to Apollo Global Management for $476M
Amaya announced a $476-million deal Monday to sell its holdings in the Cadillac Jack casino game business as the PokerStars owner focuses on the lucrative online gaming business acquired last year.
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NHL: 3 things to know for Monday night
Montreal looks to keep an advantage in the Atlantic division, Calgary is trying to remain in the hunt and Vancouver hopes to fend off a few teams.
World men's curling championship: Canada crushes Czech Republic video
Canada defeated the Czech Republic 11-2 on Monday morning to remain unbeaten at the world men's curling championship at Scotiabank Centre.
Poll Stanley Cup playoff format creates debate
Would Canucks fans rather their team face St. Louis or Los Angeles in Round 1 of the Stanley Cup playoffs. It’s the difference between the NHL’s old playoff format and current system. Which do you like most?
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