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Flight shaming, offsets and electric planes: How aviation is tackling climate change

The perceived hypocrisy of people flying from all corners of the globe to tackle the climate crisis at the COP 25 conference in Madrid has led to calls for an air travel ban for participants. But what is the broader airline industry doing to reduce emissions?

'I cringed': How some former and current soldiers reacted to Don Cherry's poppy comments

How soldiers — retired and serving — heard Don Cherry's words about who wears the poppy.

Behind the anger: why so many people are protesting around the world right now

The flashpoints driving current unrest around the world are as diverse as the people pouring into the streets. Here's a look at what's driving the anger.

I've cast my ballot. Now what happens?

How all the votes get counted on election night.

Need to catch up before election day? Here are some highlights from the past 6 weeks

It may have started off slowly, but as with any campaign, there were plenty of highlights (or lowlights, depending on your point of view).

What happens when no one wins a majority?

With the Liberals expected to take a minority government back to the House of Commons, we look at the potential implications and outcomes.

Who is Canada's middle class?

Most Canadians consider themselves to be middle class. But could they define it?

Who are the federal party leaders — and how did they get to this campaign?

What Canadians need to know about their party leaders and their plans for the country.

How rollbacks to the U.S. Endangered Species Act could impact conservation in Canada

U.S. President Donald Trump has announced some of the biggest changes in decades to the U.S. Endangered Species Act. The move will have ripple effects in Canada.

Travelling to Hong Kong? Here's what you need to know

With air travel to and from Hong Kong's International Airport potentially affected for a third day Wednesday, here's what Canadian travellers need to know.

How our waste winds up in places like Malaysia and the Philippines

Many Canadians have been surprised — and unhappy — to learn that Canada sends vast amounts of its recyclable waste overseas. CBC explains what happens after we throw our recycling in the bin.

Author and political activist Arundhati Roy on missing India's election — and being a lifelong agitator

The CBC's Nahlah Ayed speaks to author and political activist Arundhati Roy on the eve of India's election results.

Who's behind the WhatsApp hack and should you be worried?

WhatsApp began urging its 1.5 billion or so users to update their apps after a weekend cyberattack. Here's what you need to know about the company believed to be behind the hack and what you should do now.

Alex Trebek credits being Canadian for toughness in face of cancer

The longtime host of Jeopardy! talks with The National's Rosemary Barton about his health and how he stays positive in the face of a Stage 4 cancer diagnosis.

Whistleblower Edward Snowden calls on Canada to help the refugee families who helped him

Whistleblower Edward Snowden is pleading with Canada to let in the other families who sheltered him while he was on the run — the three adults and two children who are still in Hong Kong. He spoke to The National's Adrienne Arsenault today.