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Two degrees, at first glance, might seem an unremarkable, modest uptick in the temperature scale. But climate scientists warn that, in an increasingly warming world, this measure in fact represents a crucial tipping point. See how a 2C change will affect where you live and around the globe.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with the French president on Sunday, a day before world leaders and climate negotiators from more than 190 countries begin talks on reaching a deal to slow global warming.
Pierre Trudeau's desk retrieved from storage for his son to use video
Canada's new prime minister has made a lot of changes in his first month in office, but CBC News has learned Justin Trudeau has also brought a bit of history back to Parliament Hill.
Princess Charlotte at 6 months seen in photos taken by Duchess of Cambridge
Kensington Palace has released new official photos of Princess Charlotte at six months, one of which shows her elation over a fuzzy toy dog. The images were taken by her mother, the Duchess of Cambridge.
Expect influx of foreign workers, professionals under TPP, experts say
The Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement has significant implications for labour mobility to and from Canada, with experts predicting it will open the Canadian labour market to a new wave of foreign workers. That influx may or may not be offset by increased mobility for Canadian workers abroad, experts say.

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