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Live Canada's Commonwealth agenda: Special climate session, Trudeau meets Prince Charles video
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will toast the Queen tonight during a special banquet at his first Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Malta. A special session on climate change is also on the agenda, as French President François Hollande works to build momentum ahead of the UN's COP21 talks in Paris next week.
The family of Alan Kurdi, the Syrian 'boy on the beach,' is coming to Canada video
The family of Alan Kurdi, the tiny Syrian boy whose drowning in September pricked the world's conscience over refugees, is on a fast track to come to Canada, the fifth estate reports.
Analysis 'Surprise and astonishment' as Brussels shuts down to hunt its 'nest of jihadists' video
The beer taps stopped flowing, the Christmas chocolate boxes were packed away and schools stayed shut.
Audio Adele talks 25: Listen to q host Shad's full interview with the hit singer
Adele is making waves, breaking records and earning kudos with her latest album, 25. The bestselling British singer-songwriter talks to Shad, host of CBC's q, about the struggles leading up to 25's triumphant debut and balancing life as a hitmaker and parent.
New Calgary public school board halts student trips abroad over 'recent global events'
The Calgary public school board has cancelled all international trips for students over concerns about recent overseas attacks.

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