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The country's top military commander has ordered an internal review of programs and policies to combat sexual violence following a published report that says assaults in the Canadian Forces have reached epidemic levels.
Simon Ostrovsky, U.S. journalist held in Ukraine, now free video
Simon Ostrovsky, the U.S. journalist who was being held by pro-Russian gunmen in eastern Ukraine, was freed Thursday.
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Tim Hortons has expanded oversight of the use of temporary foreign workers at its franchises and taken over two locations in Fernie, B.C., and Blairmore, Alta., months after several employees told CBC News the owner of the two franchises took advantage of their status as temporary foreign workers to cheat them out of overtime pay.
Alberta tour operator faces lawsuit over African misadventure audio
An American woman is suing the owner of Canmore-based Berg Adventures International, claiming two members of her party climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa were drugged and robbed. Company owner Wally Berg says he will fight the lawsuit.
New What to watch for in Supreme Court's Friday ruling on Senate
Friday morning's decision from the Supreme Court of Canada on Senate reform will either be the last word for a generation on changing the Senate or a blueprint about how the Red Chamber can be remade. Here's a look at what to watch for.

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