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Thalidomide disaster: background to the compensation debate
There were already concerns about thalidomide when it was approved in Canada. It was withdrawn in Canada in 1962, months after other countries did so. Today, some survivors are demanding more compensation, pointing to the government's negligence.
Boeing Dreamliner draws a gigantic outline of a Dreamliner
On Wednesday afternoon a Boeing 787-800 Dreamliner took off from Seattle on a test flight. Flight tracking apps show the Dreamliner followed a flight path over the United States that draws an outline of the Dreamliner.
What to expect after an interest rate hike | Facebook Live
CBC's Peter Armstrong is joined by personal finance expert Preet Banerjee for a Facebook Live Q&A about how rising interest rates could affect your finances.
Canadian snowbirds: Rules you need to know
There could soon be changes to the rules that affect U.S.-bound Canadian snowbirds. Here's a look at what may be ahead and a checklist of the rules about length of stay, taxation and insurance.
When hope returns: a new drug takes on a rare, aggressive skin cancer
Fred Ewart is taking a new immunotherapy drug in the hopes it will help him survive Merkel cell carcinoma. So far, it's working.
FAQs: Worldwide bleaching of coral reefs worries scientists
While the Great Barrier Reef experiences the worst mass bleaching in its history, other coral reefs follow suit. What causes the bleaching and what can be done?
Warmer than average summer ahead across Canada, forecasters say
Nearly all of Canada will see above-normal average temperatures this summer, says Environment Canada's David Phillips.
When eating your veggies isn't good for you
The Listeria-related frozen vegetables recall shows that it's not just meat processing that should concern consumers. Veggie burgers and dogs do generally worse than their meat equivalents for pathogens, undeclared allergens and ingredients, missing ingredients, and hygienic issues. And the veggie ones may secretly contain meat.
Census excitement obscures questions about its future
Happy census day, Canada! Some countries are moving away from the traditional census and Canada may do so, too.
Mother's Day commercialization by the numbers
Flowers, cards — and complaints that it's too commercial — have been part of Mother's Day since its early years. We have the numbers on the commercial side of the celebration.