What's common practice isn't always common knowledge in the home-insurance game. On the heels of a CBC Go Public investigation, insurance policy experts lay out some standard limitations, exclusions and misconceptions home owners should know about. More read comments video
The Conservatives delayed the 2015 federal budget beyond the start of the new fiscal year, citing economic uncertainty because of the effects of low oil prices. Now that budget time is here, CBC News gives you six points to watch for in Finance Minister Joe Oliver's first federal budget. More read comments
A 19-year-old from Metro Vancouver is warning others of growing online extortion after scammers threatened to post video of his internet sexual encounter if he didn't pay up, in what he being called "sextortion." More
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Provincial Elections 2015
- Alberta election trail for Tuesday, April 21
- Here's the daily campaign buzz and the scheduled appearances for Alberta's party leaders on Tuesday.
- Rachel Notley doesn't rule out coalition talks after Alberta's election
- New Democratic Party Leader Rachel Notley says she would consider participating in a coalition if the PCs fail to win a majority in the Alberta provincial election on May 5.
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- Live Blog Angela Walker's District Dash: east of Charlottetown
- Angela Walker is talking to voters in districts bordering on the north and east of Charlottetown Tuesday, checking in on how party messages are playing with Islanders.
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- A forum on environmental issues highlights the P.E.I. Votes 2015 calendar Tuesday.
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- A feature interview with Progressive Conservative Leader Rob Lantz.