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Fierce B.C. storm knocks out power and causes havoc
Record-high winds whipped B.C.'s Lower Mainland, seriously injuring at least one person Saturday, sending trees crashing into homes and cars, and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands.
2 men conflict over donation made to Conservatives
A Brampton, Ont., man, who said he was shocked to see his political donation end up with the Conservatives and not the Liberals, was fully aware his money was going to the Tories, the volunteer who brokered the payment told CBC News in a statement.
Doctor-assisted suicide survey 'designed to manufacture fear'
​A group pushing for a new federal law to govern doctor-assisted suicide is ripping into a federal survey gathering input on the controversial issue, saying its questions are designed to "manufacture fear."
Mohamed Fahmy trial damages Egypt's reputation globally, but do its leaders care? video
When the guilty verdict was read out, a few gasps echoed across the cavernous military courtroom inside Cairo's Tora prison. Mohamed Fahmy's wife, Marwa Omara, began to sob. No longer could she contain the disappointment and anger caused by this 608-day-long ordeal.
Police locate victim, 2 suspects after alleged abduction of girl in Barrie
Police have arrested two people who allegedly, at gunpoint, abducted a girl on a street in downtown Barrie, Ont., forcing her into a vehicle. The girl has been located and is safe, police say.

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