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MPs are back in Ottawa today, but Canadians expecting to see the party leaders facing off every day in question period may be disappointed.
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Luka Magnotta's lawyer calls jury selection "the most important step in the process." Here's a looks at the defence and prosecution strategies, and the challenges for the jurors.
New Rona Ambrose says Canada needs better palliative care video
The federal health minister says Canada needs to do better when it comes to elderly and palliative care. Rona Ambrose sat down with CBC News for an exclusive interview.
New Downsizing | Losing weight is hard, but it’s my only option
In the first edition of a new column, St. John's writer Dave Sullivan chronicles his decision to transform his body, and his life.
Analysis Liberal polling lead more than a Justin Trudeau honeymoon
By this time next year, at the latest, the next federal campaign will be underway. To prevail, the Conservatives and NDP will need to move the dial from where things stand today - and the Liberals need to stop that from happening, writes polling analyst Eric Grenier in his first column for cbcnews.ca.

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