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All countries doing 'fair share' is Canada's goal at Paris climate talks video
Although the Paris climate conference that opens Monday will not end with emissions targets enforceable by law, the talks are a chance for all countries to formally commit to reducing their ecological footprint, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna said Sunday.
Photos Climate protesters clash with police in Paris video
A long-planned climate march in Paris ahead of this week's UN conference was cancelled due to security fears, but thousands of activists and protesters ignored the ban Sunday, leading to violent clashes with French police.
Trudeau era to start with sweeping parliamentary reforms, empowerment of MPs audio
The new Liberal government is aiming to break from tradition, promising to transform the way Parliament operates to empower backbenchers, diminish partisanship, restore civility, make government more accountable, be more family friendly and create a more independent Senate.
Canadian company's marijuana-infused coffee pods ready for brewing
There may soon be a new use for your Keurig coffee maker — brewing pot. Canadian medical cannabis producer, CannTrust has created a marijuana pod. Pop it into your single-serve coffee maker to get your medicinal dose with a cup of java.
How Canadians can help child refugees arriving in Canada video
As Canada prepares to receive refugees from Syria, ensuring young newcomers in particular receive a warm welcome is vital in helping them adapt to their new country, says a refugee shelter director who has worked with refugees for nearly three decades.

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