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New Canada's refugee policy questioned after Syrian boy's drowning video
The picture of a Syrian boy whose body washed up on a Turkish beach has heightened attention to Canada's own contribution to accepting refugees from that war-torn area and other troubled regions.
Got $1 million? You might score a tear-down home in a hot market
If you’re looking for a house in sought-after Toronto or Vancouver neighbourhoods, brace yourself. Even with $1 million, you might end up with a dilapidated home in desperate need of major repairs, or even a tear-down.
Analysis Buy Canada! The bullish case for the Canadian economy
Oil is dead, housing is in a bubble and markets are tanking. Is that really the book on Canada? Not even close. The country's economy has much more to hang on to than meets the eye.
Drowned Syrian boy photo joins long list of impactful news images
A photograph of a drowned Syrian boy face down in muck after his body washed ashore in Turkey has captured the hearts of people worldwide, and refocused attention on the international refugee crisis. Here are six other iconic images that have an an impact through history.
Analysis Stephen Harper says answer to refugee crisis includes military mission: Chris Hall
Stephen Harper wants Canadians to see the big picture, the one beyond the photo of Alan Kurdi’s little, lifeless body face-down on a beach in Turkey.

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