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60,000 Canadians have complained about the CRA phone scam — but Indian police say Canada isn't asking for help

You've probably got the call: An automated message threatens you with arrest over unpaid taxes owed to Canada Revenue Agency. They may demand as little as $700 — though some have handed over more than $100,000.

Wealthy would-be immigrants told to lie about their assets, intentions — even their identity

Consultants advising rich investors on immigration to Canada reveal they've told clients to do things like change their name, shift funds to Caribbean accounts, and not declare assets to authorities, in a hidden-camera investigation by Radio-Canada.

Toronto Danforth shooter stood over woman and shot her 4 times, unsealed warrants show

Nearly two months after the Danforth shooting, unsealed search warrants show that Faisal Hussain stood over a woman and shot her four times during a rampage that ended with the 29-year-old shooting himself in the head.

May 'humiliated' after EU leaders reject latest Brexit plan, British media say

British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit blueprint is in tatters after it was rejected by the European Union at a summit the U.K. media branded a "humiliation."

Typhoon Mangkhut's aftermath leaves the Philippines reeling and searchers dejected

Between the water, the high winds and the landslides, the Philippines are reeling from Typhoon Mangkhut. And the searchers are still looking for the bodies, many ending each day tired and dejected, CBC's Saša Petricic reports in this photo essay.

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