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Federal election 2015: Stephen Harper to launch campaign as early as Sunday video
The longest federal election campaign in modern history is set to kick off as early as Sunday, CBC News has confirmed.
Where to travel with the falling Canadian dollar video audio
Canada's sinking loonie is costing Canadians some travel options. Europe is still a possibility. And even though a U.S. trip will be more expensive now than it used to be, it could be even more expensive down the road, some economists say.
Hardy and Amelia Leighton's death due to fentanyl, other drugs, coroner says
North Vancouver couple Hardy and Amelia Leighton, whose sudden deaths left their two-year-old boy an orphan, ingested toxic levels of fentanyl, the BC Coroners Service confirmed Wednesday.
MH370 search: Too early to tell whether debris on Réunion Island is part of missing jet
It's too early to tell whether debris found on Réunion Island Wednesday could be part of the wreckage of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which disappeared off the coast of Malaysia in March 2014, and whose mysterious fate has been the source of much speculation and consternation.
Naomi Wolf slammed after telling young women to drop 'vocal fry'
You’ve probably heard it countless times before without even noticing, or even been guilty of it yourself: a speech pattern known as vocal fry, described as a creaky, nasally growl at the back of throat.

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