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- The federal government has launched an investigation into the possibility that human smuggling are responsible for the sudden spike in asylum seekers crossing the border illegally into Canada.
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- Canadians don protective glasses to take in a partial solar eclipse, while south of the border Americans travel to the path of totality to see the moon completely blot out the sun during a rare coast-to-coast total solar eclipse. See the best photos and video here.
- Live Trump likely to approve troop increase for Afghanistan video audio
- U.S. President Donald Trump is likely to open the door to a modest increase in U.S. troop numbers in Afghanistan when he lays out his strategy at 9 p.m. ET tonight, U.S. officials said.
- New Governor general-designate Julie Payette drops bid to keep divorce records sealed
- Governor general-designate Julie Payette has abandoned a bid to keep her divorce records secret after learning a group of Canadian media organizations, including CBC News, were intending to report on her legal moves.
- How Quebec's largest far-right group tries to win friends, influence people video
- CBC Montreal's Jonathan Montpetit followed along with La Meute, a far-right group in Quebec on a quest for mainstream legitimacy, as they attempted to stage an anti-immigration protest in Quebec City.