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U.S. Congress likely racing toward a government shutdown video
A bitterly divided Congress hurtled toward a government shutdown this weekend in a partisan staredown over demands by Democrats for a solution on politically fraught legislation to protect about 700,000 younger immigrants from being deported.
Pope shocks Chile by accusing sex abuse victims of slander audio
Pope Francis accused victims of Chile's most notorious pedophile of slander Thursday, an astonishing end to a visit meant to help heal the wounds of a sex abuse scandal that has cost the Catholic Church its credibility in the country.
In Depth U.S. border guards can search your phone: here are some details on how
U.S. Customs and Border Protection issued a new directive that sets new limits on border agents accessing travellers' phones, establishing criteria for when they can demand passwords, conduct extensive searches, like downloading documents stored in the cloud, or uploading files into a storage drive for analysis.
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Bruce McArthur charged with 1st-degree murders of 2 men who disappeared from Toronto's Gay Village video
Police have arrested and charged a suspect with the murders of two men whose disappearances from downtown Toronto have, since last year, contributed to fears in the city's gay community.
Members of far-right Storm Alliance attend Trudeau's town hall in Quebec City video
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau swings into Quebec City for the second leg of his cross-country town hall tour, fielding questions on the state of Canada's immigration system and how to combat racism as members of a far-right group look on.
In Depth U.S. border guards can search your phone: here are some details on how
U.S. Customs and Border Protection issued a new directive that sets new limits on border agents accessing travellers' phones, establishing criteria for when they can demand passwords, conduct extensive searches, like downloading documents stored in the cloud, or uploading files into a storage drive for analysis.
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New Health minister's Twitter account highlights cost of government tweeting
Canada's health minister launched her official Twitter account last summer, and after five months posted about 250 tweets. CBC News has learned that the account requires the equivalent of 1.5 staff members to run, with at least $6,500 in overtime costs so far.
New Reclusive U.S. billionaire Robert Mercer helped Trump win the presidency — but what does he really want?
A data scientist who worked with Robert Mercer at a highly successful hedge fund sounds a grave warning about his influence on U.S. politics, Keith Boag writes.
Members of far-right Storm Alliance attend Trudeau's town hall in Quebec City video
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau swings into Quebec City for the second leg of his cross-country town hall tour, fielding questions on the state of Canada's immigration system and how to combat racism as members of a far-right group look on.
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Can #MeToo movement do harm? Ansari story raises question
The #MeToo movement has been embraced by legions of women as a vital step toward countering widespread sexual abuse and misconduct. This week, more so than at any point in the movement's brief history, there's visceral discussion about its potential for causing harm.
Dylan Farrow describes alleged assault by Woody Allen video
In her first televised interview about allegations that surfaced years ago, Dylan Farrow described in detail how her adoptive father, Woody Allen, allegedly sexually assaulted her, but the film director and actor has once again denied her allegations.
Barenaked Together: Steven Page to join Barenaked Ladies for Music Hall of Fame induction
​Barenaked Ladies aren't getting back together with Steven Page, but for a few minutes at the Juno Awards it might almost feel that way.
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In Depth U.S. border guards can search your phone: here are some details on how
U.S. Customs and Border Protection issued a new directive that sets new limits on border agents accessing travellers' phones, establishing criteria for when they can demand passwords, conduct extensive searches, like downloading documents stored in the cloud, or uploading files into a storage drive for analysis.
Why some fracking wells are prone to triggering earthquakes
Why does fracking cause earthquakes in some places and not others? Alberta scientists say they’ve figured out some factors that make certain wells prone to triggering earthquakes.
Apple to release software update to resolve iPhone slowdown: CEO Tim Cook
Apple Inc. will release a software update that will allow users to turn off a feature that slows down iPhones when batteries are low on charge, chief executive Tim Cook told ABC News.
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MARKETPLACE What really happens to old clothes dropped in those in-store recycling bins
There’s a new clothing donation bin in town, competing with charities for your unwanted clothes. Some of the biggest brands in fashion have launched take-back programs with messages about reusing and recycling your unwanted textiles. But what are the odds your old clothes will actually be transformed into new threads?
Tim Hortons franchise owners tell workers to blame Wynne for benefit cuts and to 'not vote Liberal'
A staff memo written by a couple of Tim Hortons franchise owners in Whitby, Ont., blames cuts to employee benefits on the Ontario government and its minimum wage hike.
Toronto makes cut of top 20 cities vying to be Amazon's 2nd headquarters
Toronto is the only Canadian city to make the list of the top 20 cities that Amazon is considering for its second headquarters.
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Eric Lindros has No. 88 retired by Flyers with Maple Leafs in town video
More than 16 years after the Philadelphia Flyers traded at-times dominant, but injury-prone centre Eric Lindros, the NHL team raised the Big E's No. 88 to the rafters at Wells Fargo Center Thursday night before playing host to the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Live Watch World Cup bobsleigh & skeleton from Germany video
Watch live as Canada's best bobsleigh and skeleton athletes are in action at the World Cup in Konigssee, Germany.
Dufour-Lapointe sisters reveal mother is battling cancer
The Dufour-Lapointe sisters have been hiding a secret for nearly a year — their mother has been battling cancer.
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