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Nahlah Ayed travels back to Cairo six months after the pro-democracy uprising. She visits Tahrir Square to see what has changed in Egypt
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A group of women will be breaking barriers at the North American Indigenous Games as they play lacrosse for the first time in the 25-year history of the event
Critics are calling for an Alberta-wide ban on street checks after data from 2016 obtained by CBC News shows Indigenous women were nearly 10 times as likely to be checked as white women
Canadians are famous for their use of "eh." It turns out, this little two-letter word is older than you might think. But where did it come from? And why do we use it?