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Shipbuilding strategy needs work to get ballooning costs under control, ministers told
The government's massive $39-billion national shipbuilding procurement strategy is in need of repair, with costs for some projects soaring by as much as 181 per cent and others on the cusp of being cancelled, according to briefing materials prepared for some Liberal ministers.
Russian airman says no warnings from Turkey before warplane shot down video
A Russian airman who survived the downing of his warplane says Turkish jets did not issue any warnings, but Turkey countered with the release of what it said was an audio recording of a warning instructing the Russian aircraft to change course.
CBC Investigates Ex-hostage says there may be Canadian al-Qaeda link
Former hostage Matthew Schrier worries about a Canadian in his early 20s who converted to Islam in his late teens, a man he has never met.
Updated Queen says it's 'extraordinary' to meet 2nd Prime Minister Trudeau video
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was at Buckingham Palace this morning for a meeting with Queen Elizabeth in the first stop of a one-week international trip. Later today, he'll meet British Prime Minister David Cameron at 10 Downing Street.
Mortgage rates inch higher from record summer lows
Canadian mortgage rates have bounced up from their record lows of this summer in anticipation of an improving economy prompting central banks to do the same.

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