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- The Toronto Real Estate Board has appealed the Competition Tribunal's ruling that the board must stop guarding coveted sales data. TREB says it's a privacy issue. Critics say TREB is refusing to modernize.
- SPECIAL REPORT CBC goes to the front lines in the battle for Aleppo
- Aleppo is 'the jewel of Syria.' It's also where the government is hoping to win the Syrian civil war, writes Margaret Evans.
- New Family reunification wait times for immigrants to be cut by half, John McCallum says
- Immigration Minister John McCallum announced plans to reduce the wait time for family reunification to 12 months from two years.
- CBC IN CUBA Graffiti artist 'El Sexto' held in Cuban detention centre for spray painting anti-Castro message
- Cuban graffiti artist Danilo Maldonado continues to languish in a Cuban detention centre. His crime? On the day of Fidel Castro's death, he marked the occasion by spray painting his street name on a Havana hotel wall, along with the cheeky message 'Se fue' (He's gone).
- CBC Investigates Millions of vehicles with potentially dangerous recalls still on road
- Millions of vehicles in Canada, an estimated one in six, have an outstanding safety recall, and auto industry experts say not enough is being done to fix them.