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Posted: Jul 16, 2015 8:21 PM ET
As the United States gets set to tighten the rules on electronic cigarettes, Canadians are left without a clear idea of how it works here.
Scientists detect gravitational waves for 1st time
Einstein theory proven more than 100 years later
RAW: Rare white falcon caught on camera (courtesy: explore.org)
A bird that is rarely spotted is being seen by thousands in a video taken in Churchill, Man.
Refugee family's first days in Canada
Amid the culture shock of new places and new faces, a Syrian refugee family meets the Toronto students who helped them find a new home.
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