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WestJet bomb threats likely won't tarnish airline's squeaky clean brand video
Recent diversions of WestJet planes following bomb hoaxes could have a lasting effect on the airline's meticulously manicured brand, aviation experts say. But there is not much it can do about it except hope police find their man.
Analysis What will Sunday's Greek referendum mean? Here are some possible outcomes
In the fast-moving situation in Greece, there are few certainties. But we do know a few things that are possible — even likely — no matter which way Greeks vote on Sunday.
New CSIS relied on no-torture 'assurances' from foreign agencies, memo reveals
Newly released memos show Canada's spy agency revealed its interest in people to foreign partners in two cases after receiving assurances the individuals would not be tortured — a practice human rights advocates say shirks the law and puts vulnerable detainees at risk.
Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal's giveaway: What does $32B get you?
Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal announced this week he would be donating all of his wealth — that's $32 billion — to philanthropic causes. But what else could a Saudi prince buy with all that coin?
New Hungry bears still a nuisance across Canada
This year, bears have forced trail closures in Alberta, ripped through screen doors to steal food inside Ontario cabins, settled for eating cake out of the garbage near Ottawa, and one cub broke into a parked car in Manitoba.

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