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    The Fifth Estate | Nov 20, 2014

    The Reid Technique may be the most widely used police interviewing method, but it’s not the only one. The PEACE method was created in 1992 in England as a more scientific and ethical approach to interviewing after several high-profile wrongful convictions. It is now used in Norway and New Zealand. In Canada, the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary adopted the PEACE technique in 2009 when the Lamer inquiry cited interviewing techniques as contributing to three wrongful convictions in three homicides.

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    Steven and Chris | Nov 21, 2014

    Hudson's Bay Creative Director for Home Arren Williams shares this year's holiday décor trends: bright, fresh and modern.

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    CBC News | Nov 21, 2014

    Sharply warmer melting weather coming this weekend, as death toll from storm rises to 12

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    The Nature of Things | Nov 20, 2014

    They're part of the city landscape just about everywhere: a marvel in the air, fun to feed and a testament to nature's resilience. But as we'll discover pigeons are also misunderstood.

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    Doc Zone | Nov 20, 2014

    An investigation of internet scams which cost Canadian victims upwards of $20 million a year.

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    The National | Nov 20, 2014

    More snow is expected to hit the Buffalo area of New York

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