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  • Video Farmers watch Trudeau's India trip as tariffs take their toll

    Farmers watch Trudeau's India trip as tariffs take their toll 1:50

    Canadian farmers are watching Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's trip to India closely as tariffs imposed by India continue taking their toll. India recently introduced major tariffs on pulses ranging from 30 to 50 per cent. The farmers say whether Trudeau can change the Indian government's mind will definitely factor into how they vote in the next election More Feb 23, 11:07 PM ET video

  • Hosting Olympics again proving divisive in Calgary

    Friday February 23, 2018

    Video Hosting Olympics again proving divisive in Calgary

    The idea of hosting the Olympics again is proving divisive in Calgary. For some, the charm of welcoming the world back to Calgary more than 30 years after hosting the 1988 Winter Games is too hard to resist. For others, talk of the Olympics comes with one big concern: more money and expenses that could go to other important needs

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  • Olympics highlight K-pop's darker problems

    Friday February 23, 2018

    Video Olympics highlight K-pop's darker problems

    The Olympics have highlighted K-pop and given the music genre a big platform, but it has also put the spotlight on the industry's darker problems. Some fans say the industry is pushing talent to the breaking point, highlighted by the recent suicide of Kim Jong-hyun

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  • Infiltrating North Korea, one USB drive at a time

    Friday February 23, 2018

    Video Infiltrating North Korea, one USB drive at a time

    A small army of activists in Halifax is infiltrating North Korea, one USB drive at a time. It's all about getting tiny pieces of information into a country that tries to shelter its population from the outside world. Students at Dalhousie University are making videos of life in Halifax and putting them on the USB drives. They are they sent to South Korea where they are put in bottles of rice and dropped in the ocean — set adrift to North Korea where they are sold on the black market, intended for the population there to see something that is otherwise forbidden: images of what freedom looks like

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  • Trump's former campaign adviser Rick Gates pleads guilty

    Friday February 23, 2018

    Video Trump's former campaign adviser Rick Gates pleads guilty

    U.S. President Donald Trump's former top campaign adviser Rick Gates has pleaded guilty to federal charges including conspiracy and making false statements. Gates says he will now co-operate with Robert Mueller's investigation in "any and all matters." Gates' plea makes him the fifth known person to plead guilty in the special counsel probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign

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  • Trudeau finally meets Modi on trip to India full of controversy

    Friday February 23, 2018

    Video Trudeau finally meets Modi on trip to India full of controversy

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau finally met with India's prime minister Narendra Modi. It was a welcome moment for Trudeau, whose trip to India has been filled with controversy. Both Trudeau and Modi say they boost cooperation to fight terrorism and extremism. However, the invite of a convicted terrorist to an event with Trudeau did not come up in their talks

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  • A march in memory of Tina Fontaine to bring more change

    Friday February 23, 2018

    Video A march in memory of Tina Fontaine to bring more change

    A march in the memory of Tina Fontaine was held in Winnipeg in order bring attention to the changes that are needed to ensure the circumstances that led to Fontaine's death aren't repeated. Critics say a string of failures in social services and foster care systems played a big role in Fontaine's death — and little has changed since she died.

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  • Toronto's alleged serial killer charged with sixth murder

    Friday February 23, 2018

    Video Toronto's alleged serial killer charged with sixth murder

    Toronto's alleged serial killer, Bruce McArthur, has been charged with a sixth murder. McArthur is charged with killing Skandaraj Navaratnam, who was last seen leaving a Toronto gay bar in September 2010. Police say they are examining hundreds of unsolved cases -- and they confirmed their investigation now extends beyond Canada

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    The National Today Bruce McArthur investigation could last years: Police

    by Jonathon Gatehouse

    A deeper dive into the day's most notable stories with The National newsletter's Jonathon Gatehouse.

    Posted: Feb 23, 2018 1:31 PM ET video
  • Olympic success a long time coming for Max Parrot

    Thursday February 22, 2018

    Video Olympic success a long time coming for Max Parrot

    Olympic success has been a long time coming for Canadian snowboarder Max Parrot who began training years ago in his parents' backyard. The spotlight hasn't been on Parrot, but as his family and coaches will tell you, that's not what drives him to success

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  • Trudeau in India and Patrick Brown's leadership bid | At Issue

    Thursday February 22, 2018

    Video Trudeau in India and Patrick Brown's leadership bid | At Issue

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's trip to India and Patrick Brown's entry into the Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership race have been two of the hottest topics in Canadian politics this week and the At Issue panel has a lot to say about the significance — or lack thereof — of both stories

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  • Why is Norway dominating the Olympics?

    Thursday February 22, 2018

    Video Why is Norway dominating the Olympics?

    Norwegians are dominating the 2018 Winter Games and are on track for their best Olympics ever. Despite being much smaller than many of the countries in the games, Norway has managed to punch above its weight by identifying the most talented amateur athletes early and investing money in them

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  • Gun ban a non-starter for pro-gun lobby

    Thursday February 22, 2018

    Video Gun ban a non-starter for pro-gun lobby

    Any sort of gun ban is a non-starter for the National Rifle Association, but that doesn't mean some of its members don't believe reforms should be made - beginning with a pitch from the NRA president for more heavily secured schools. U.S. President Donald Trump is considering a wide range of reforms, including increasing the age for purchasing assault rifles, and stepped-up background checks

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  • Jury finds Raymond Cormier not guilty of killing Tina Fontaine

    Thursday February 22, 2018

    Video Jury finds Raymond Cormier not guilty of killing Tina Fontaine

    Raymond Cormier, the man accused of second-degree murder in the death of Tina Fontaine, has been found not guilty by the jury. Shortly after the verdict came down, Indigenous leaders in Manitoba criticized the systems they say failed the 15-year-old girl. Fontaine's body was found in Winnipeg's Red River, wrapped in a duvet cover and weighted down with rocks in August 2014. Cormier was charged in her death in 2015

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  • Trudeau doing damage control on India trip

    Thursday February 22, 2018

    Video Trudeau doing damage control on India trip

    Justin Trudeau has been in damage control mode on his India trip following the revelation that a man convicted of attempting to kill a politician was invited to an event with the Canadian prime minister. Jaspal Atwal, a former member of a Sikh extremist group who was convicted in 1986 for the attempted assassination of an Indian politician, was also photographed with Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau. It's just the latest bit of controversy on a trip that's already been heavily criticized for a lack of purpose by pundits and Trudeau's opponents

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    The National Today More Nigerian schoolgirls missing after latest Boko Haram attack

    by Jonathon Gatehouse

    A deeper dive into the day's most notable stories with The National newsletter's Jonathon Gatehouse.

    Posted: Feb 22, 2018 1:38 PM ET
    Last Updated: Feb 22, 2018 3:08 PM ET
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