NUNAVUT VOTES 2008

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Throughout the election we'll be highlighting on the web, CBC Radio One and CBC Television your comments about candidates, issues and coverage.

Election day

Monday, October 27, 2008

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Nunavut's election

Monday, September 22, 2008

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New Iraq conflict: Forces advance on recapturing ISIS-held towns video
Iraqi government forces and Kurdish peshmerga fighters attempted on Friday to recapture two towns in the north from Islamic State militants, security sources said.
Ukraine crisis: Russian aid convoy drives into Ukraine
The first trucks in a Russian aid convoy crossed into eastern Ukraine on Friday, seemingly without Kiev's approval, after more than a week's delay amid suspicions the mission was being used as a cover for an invasion by Moscow.
Updated Syrian civil war: Death toll more than 190,000: UN
The death toll from three years of Syria's civil war has risen to more than 191,000 people, the United Nations reported Friday.
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Analysis Cliché alert: Grits 'rolling up their sleeves' for Canada video
Justin Trudeau dug repeatedly into his bag of clichés following the Liberal's Western caucus retreat this week. All part of the usual policy striptease, Chris Hall writes. But isn't it about time to flesh out what it is the party really stands for?
Harper rebuffs renewed calls for murdered, missing women inquiry video
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has dismissed renewed calls for a national inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women after the killing of 15-year-old Tina Fontaine in Winnipeg.
Lac-Mégantic train disaster: engineer's emergency calls released video
Phone conversations between train engineer Tom Harding and a dispatcher from the night of the deadly rail disaster in Lac-Mégantic last year show that the engineer was initially unaware that it was his train that was responsible for the town being on fire.
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Politics »

Analysis Cliché alert: Grits 'rolling up their sleeves' for Canada video
Justin Trudeau dug repeatedly into his bag of clichés following the Liberal's Western caucus retreat this week. All part of the usual policy striptease, Chris Hall writes. But isn't it about time to flesh out what it is the party really stands for?
Fewer students said to be finding work in federal public service
While the federal government has made it a priority to curb youth unemployment in recent months, students are finding it increasingly hard to find jobs within the public service, according to a think-tank.
Ontario, Quebec premiers call on Ottawa to boost infrastructure funding
The governments of Ontario and Quebec are calling on the federal government to increase its share of infrastructure funding, ahead of next week's meeting of the premiers and territorial leaders in Charlottetown.
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Health »

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Arts & Entertainment»

Daniel Radcliffe on fixing The F Word for Americans video
The F Word star Daniel Radcliffe opens up about the changes made to the new romantic comedy to keep the U.S. ratings board happy.
Buddy MacMaster, renowned Cape Breton fiddler, dead at 89 video audio
Order of Canada recipient Buddy MacMaster, known as the dean of Cape Breton fiddling, has died at age 89.
Canadian blood artist, Istvan Kantor, hits Jeff Koons exhibit
Self-proclaimed art critic, Istvan Kantor, appears to have targeted the Jeff Koons retrospective at New York City's Whitney Museum of American Art.
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Technology & Science »

Atlantic Ocean slows global warming, but scientists believe hiatus will end around 2030
Scientists say the Atlantic Ocean has been masking global warming by soaking up vast amounts of heat from the atmosphere, but they warn the pause in rising temperatures won't continue much longer.
Beluga cam captures Churchill's playful, 'magical' whales
Beluga whales are proving to be charming participants in the latest webcam project of explore.org as it livestreams the animals where the Churchill River meets Hudson Bay in northern Manitoba.
Pick-and-Pay cable should be an option in Canada, says CRTC
Canada's broadcast regulator has issued broad new proposals that could, if adopted, dramatically alter how Canadians receive and pay for their television.
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Money »

Analysis Workers not to blame for Quebec pension problem: Don Pittis
If Quebec gets away with cutting municipal worker pensions, which have been eaten away through mismanagement by the very people doing the cutting, then watch this phenomenon spread, writes Don Pittis.
Rise of part-time work no reason to worry, TD says
The rise in part-time employment is nothing more than a pullback after companies hired more full-time workers than they needed coming out of the recession, one of Canada's largest banks says.
New Wearable camera companies stand to profit from Ferguson
Companies that make wearable video cameras for police were already doing brisk business before Michael Brown was shot by an officer in Ferguson, Mo., on Aug. 9, but now they're getting even more attention and interest in their products.
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Consumer Life »

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Sports »

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Blog Friedman: Tim Leiweke wouldn't commit to MLSE
Now that MLSE has confirmed Tim Leiweke will be leaving by June 30 of next year at the latest, the man who first reported the news writes that it came down to the CEO's reluctance to commit to the company.
Poll Tim Leiweke: Which team will be hurt most by his departure? video
Maple Leafs Sports & Entertainment is looking for a new chief executive officer after news broke Thursday that Tim Leiweke will be leaving on June 30, 2015, or until a successor is hired. So which Toronto club will be hurt by his resignation most?
No Kidding Chris Rock gets foul ball at Yankees game video
Chris Rock almost made the play of the day at Yankee Stadium. Instead, the comedian wound up with a nice prize — a foul ball that nearly landed in his lap during Thursday's game between the Houston Astros and New York Yankees.
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