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Updated Indonesia earthquake leaves at least 97 dead
A strong undersea earthquake rocked Indonesia's Aceh province early on Wednesday, killing at least 97 people and causing dozens of buildings to collapse.
Syrian forces close to capturing Aleppo's old city, force rebels to withdraw
Syria's state media and an opposition monitoring group say that Syrian troops and their allies have captured more ground in Aleppo's Old City, gaining a new hold in the heart of the divided city.
Michael Flynn, Trump national security pick, under fire for social media posts
On issues of national security and intelligence, no one is likely to have more influence in Donald Trump's White House than retired Gen. Michael T. Flynn.
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Conservative leadership contenders spend more time agreeing than debating in Moncton, N.B. video
The second official debate in the Conservative Party's leadership race brought more laughs than sparring to Moncton, N.B., Tuesday evening. But three candidates found themselves on the defensive amid recent controversies.
Climbing property assessments trigger warning letters to 90,000 B.C. homeowners
Despite a cooling real estate market, many Vancouver-area property owners will see a spike in their assessed value, based on valuations taken July 1.
Toronto neurosurgeon accused of killing his wife was once charged with assaulting her
The Toronto physician whose remains were found in a suitcase this weekend filed a peace bond in 2005 against her husband, Dr. Mohammed Shamji, the man now charged with first-degree murder in her death.
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Conservative leadership contenders spend more time agreeing than debating in Moncton, N.B. video
The second official debate in the Conservative Party's leadership race brought more laughs than sparring to Moncton, N.B., Tuesday evening. But three candidates found themselves on the defensive amid recent controversies.
Pay now or pay even more later: Coalition wants first ministers to boost mental health spending
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will break bread with the country's premiers on Friday. A coalition of mental health organizations hopes they'll discuss the need to increase spending on mental health services. The health lobby says doing nothing now will mean paying much more later.
Brian Mulroney predicts 'significant record of achievement' for president-elect Trump video
Former prime minister Brian Mulroney is making a bold prediction: Donald Trump will have a "very significant record of achievement' as president of the United States — and a Trump-Trudeau friendship will only mean good things for Canada.
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Arts & Entertainment»

'Man who walks among the stars': AFN honours tearful Gord Downie video
Gord Downie, lead singer of the Tragically Hip and an advocate for First Nations people, is honoured at the Assembly of First Nation's gathering for his work highlighting the plight of those who were subjected to residential schools.
Game of Thrones' actor Peter Vaughan dies at 93
​Veteran British character actor Peter Vaughan, who played the enigmatic Maester Aemon in Game of Thrones, has died aged 93.
Beyoncé, Drake, Adele and Justin Bieber to vie for Grammy Awards
Singers Beyoncé and Adele, as well as Canadians Justin Bieber and Drake are among the lead nominees for the 59th annual Grammy Awards.
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Technology & Science »

Scientists develop robotic hand for people with quadriplegia
A mind-controlled robotic hand allows people with certain types of spinal injuries to perform everyday tasks such as using a fork or drinking from a cup.
Privacy watchdogs urge caution with encryption laws
Privacy watchdogs from across Canada warn the government to "proceed cautiously" before passing encryption legislation — a move that would have the potential to undermine the security of everything from financial transactions to online communication.
Canada's 15-year-old students among best global performers in science, math
A new OECD survey finds that Canadian students fare better in science and math than most of their peers around the world, but there's room for improvement.
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Money »

Oil price retreats from 18-month peak on high OPEC output
Oil came back down from its highest level since July 2015 on Tuesday as new figures from OPEC show it is pumping out huge amounts of oil even as the cartel is getting set to tighten the spigots in the new year.
Trump calls for cancellation of Air Force One replacement order with Boeing
A tweet from president-elect Donald Trump calling on the U.S. government to scrap an order with Boeing Co. for the development of a replacement for the Air Force One jet temporarily knocked about $1 billion US off the stock market value of the aircraft maker.
TransCanada website changes hint at Keystone XL pipeline revival
The Keystone XL pipeline that President Barack Obama rejected over a year ago seems to be coming back to life — at least online.
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Ruck swims to Canada's 1st medal at short-course championships video
Canada's Taylor Ruck won the host country's first medal at the world short-course championships on Tuesday night in Windsor, Ont.
Coming Up World short-course swimming championships video
Watch the morning heats live Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. ET as Penny Oleksiak, Kylie Masse and more Canadian swimming stars compete in the world short-course championships in Windsor, Ont.
There's more than 1 Penny in short-course pool in Windsor
The lucky loonie has been joined by a penny in the Windsor pool this week.
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