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by Keith Barnes
Nov 27, 2014 5:09 PM EST
This morning Happy Face visited me in my coffee cup! I am very happy and wish you the same!!!
by Galina Basmanova
Nov 27, 2014 2:55 PM EST
I was in Boston this weekend, and saw the Beautiful and big tree we gave them.
So proud !!!
by Nancy Risser
Nov 26, 2014 8:26 AM EST
- Sasha and Malia Obama throw some serious teenage side-eye at their dad during White House turkey pardon by Lauren O'Neil Nov. 27, 2014 4:12 PM They may be members of America's most prominent political family, but when it comes to their dad's corny jokes, Malia and Sasha Obama are still very much just your typical teenage girls.
- Jurassic World trailer sends dinosaur buffs into a tizzy over 'scientific inaccuracies' by Lauren O'Neil Nov. 26, 2014 6:59 PM Like many major motion pictures with plots hinged on futuristic scientific advancements (read: science fiction films,) Jurassic World is already ruffling feathers over... well, its lack of feathers, for one thing.
- LIVE CHAT REPLAY: Should you vaccinate your child? Common myths busted by Lauren O'Neil Nov. 26, 2014 5:26 PM This week on CBC's Marketplace, Erica Johnson examines the confusion surrounding vaccine myths and reveals how trusted health practitioners may be putting your kids at risk.
- CBC readers weigh in on Bill Cosby's Canadian dates by Community Team Nov. 26, 2014 1:38 PM Bill Cosby is scheduled to perform in three Southern Ontario cities in the new year, but an organization that helps abused women is calling for a boycott of one of the shows. We asked the CBC Community on Facebook and Twitter if they think the shows should be cancelled.
- 'Free-to-play' games can have real costs, in money and privacy by John Bowman Nov. 26, 2014 7:17 AM Free-to-play games are among the most popular -- and most lucrative -- games available for mobile devices. One such freemium game won a coveted Canadian Video Game Award last week. But privacy experts say there are some things you should know about free-to-play games to protect your credit card balance and your online privacy.
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