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Posted: Aug 12, 2014 12:02 AM ET
We hear from Roger Merrick, the head of Nova Scotia's new CyberSCAN unit on what the new group will do and how it'll go about investigating cyberbullying.
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Trudeau defends cancellation of Iraq bombing mission
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responds to questions regarding the cancellation of the bombing mission against ISIS, and the increase in the training mission and humanitarian aid to Iraq and Syria.
14-year-old girl pulled from rubble after Taiwan quake
20-hour rescue effort succeeds, but mother still missing
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Calgary bobsled-track crash survivors have long road ahead
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