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South Korea ferry disaster: Texts from the doomed ship
As the South Korean ferry Sewol began to sink in what could be the country's deadliest disaster in 20 years, some of the 462 passengers on board reached for their mobile devices to send farewell messages to friends and loved ones. CBC News translated some of those messages.
Jim Flaherty hailed as a 'hero' by sons at state funeral video
Jim Flaherty's family, friends, and colleagues of all party stripes filled the pews at Toronto's downtown St. James Cathedral on Wednesday to pay their final respects to a man whose life was cut short by a sudden heart attack.
Heartbleed bug accused charged over SIN breach
RCMP have charged a 19-year-old London, Ont., man following the theft of 900 social insurance numbers reported by the Canada Revenue Agency, in what is being called an online security breach linked to the Heartbleed bug.
Calgary stabbing victims' families and friends shattered, in shock
Lawrence Hong, Kaitlin Perras, ​Jordan Segura, Joshua Hunter and Zackariah Rathwell were all killed early Tuesday morning in Calgary's worst mass murder, leaving friends and family members shattered and in shock.
Saturn moon birth may have been seen by Cassini spacecraft
The Cassini spacecraft captured what may have been the birth of Saturn's newest moon – and possibly its last ever.

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