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CRA scam investigation takes CBC News to India

An investigation into a Canada Revenue Agency scam took CBC News to India, as CBC Marketplace investigates one of the biggest cyber-crime schemes in Canadian history.
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Salvaging Muskrat Falls could cost Canadian taxpayers

The hydro-electric development in Labrador is years behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget — if the province can't pay for it, Canadians may have to shoulder the cost of one of biggest hydro projects being built in the world.
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NAFTA talks slowing, impact of Leona Alleslev's move | At Issue

The At Issue panel chimes in on the latest in negotiations, as well as MP Leona Alleslev's move to the Conservative Party and its potential impact on next year's election.
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The National for September 20, 2018

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Puerto Ricans balance recovery and hurricane preparedness

Puerto Ricans are struggling to balance recovery from Hurricane Maria with preparedness for the upcoming hurricane season.
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Ontario's marijuana sales law a tricky situation for dispensaries

People in the province will be able to buy recreational pot online, but won't be able to legally purchase it at retail locations until April 1, 2019. That's pushing dispensaries currently operating into risky territory.
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WADA votes to reinstate Russia, angering athletes

The World Anti-Doping Agency has voted to reinstate the Russian anti-doping agency Rusada, ending Russia's ban from international sports and angering athletes around the world.
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Ticketmaster recruits pros for secret scalper program

Beyond running the official box office (and claiming to be anti-bot/anti-scalper), CBC reveals Ticketmaster's secret program for industrial-scale ticket re-sellers. Our Dave Seglins poses as a scalper and gets a first-hand demonstration of Ticketmaster's re-seller software, designed to help move millions of dollars in scalper inventories.
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French far-right leader Marine Le Pen ordered to undergo psychiatric evaluation

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: French court orders far-right leader Marine Le Pen to undergo a psychiatric assessment; peace is proving very prosperous for Colombia's drug barons
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Movie star Fan Bingbing's disappearance raises questions

Fan Bingbing is China’s best-known actress and highest-paid celebrity for four years running, earning a reported $43 million last year. The 37-year-old is now making headlines around the world for having seemingly vanished. China’s biggest star has not been seen in public for more than two months, and her disappearance is raising questions about the Chinese justice system.
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Leaving Venezuela: How Colombia is shouldering a migration crisis

The economic disaster in Venezuela has forced many people to try their luck by heading west - to Colombia.
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Migrants on the move: Spain, Morocco border

As the world becomes a population on the move, the CBC's Nahlah Ayed travels to the Morocco-Spain border, a flashpoint for migrants looking for a safe bridge into Europe. However, to get there, they first have to smuggle themselves across a heavily barricaded border. Nahlah joins a Spanish patrol which is monitoring the new route migrants are increasingly choosing since the new Italian government closed access to its ports — a route that has seen a number of violent confrontations in recent weeks.
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NAFTA negotiators 'digging in' as deadline nears

With a U.S. congressional deadline looming, Canada and the United States are trying to renegotiate their portion of the three-country trade pact, but major sticking points such as dairy, dispute resolution and culture remain.
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Language divides New Brunswickers at the polls

New Brunswickers are just days away from provincial election. One of the party leaders doesn’t speak French.
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The National for September 19, 2018

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Ontario's highest court sides with Doug Ford

Ontario's highest court has granted a stay in a ruling that struck down the province's plan to cut the size of Toronto city council by nearly half.
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Renewed effort to have Kavanaugh accuser testify

However the accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, said through her lawyer that she would not appear before the Senate until after the FBI investigates the allegations.
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Progress at Korea peace talks overshadowed by gloom facing both leaders back home

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: North and South Korea peace-talks progress is some good news that both leaders sorely need; CBC goes undercover to investigate ticket scalping; Russia faces intense pressure over sports doping legacy
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Ticketmaster's price-hiking bag of tricks

A CBC News and Toronto Star investigation reveals how box-office behemoth Ticketmaster uses its own bag of tricks — which includes partnering with scalpers — to boost its profits at the expense of music fans.
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G7 meets in Halifax to promote ocean plastics charter

Environment ministers from G7 nations have started gathering for a two-day meeting in Halifax.
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Are Bert and Ernie a gay couple?

For more than 40 years, Sesame Street's Bert and Ernie have entertained us like a felt-covered Odd Couple. But once again, there is speculation that they, in fact, are a couple.
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The National for September 18, 2018

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Using nature to defend against floods

A new report on combating rising flood costs in Canada suggests that natural infrastructure is underutilized.
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Typhoon leaves death and destruction from Philippines to Hong Kong

Super Typhoon Mangkhut has now killed at least 79 people, with millions of others still suffering across the region.
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Choosing death earlier than planned

A Nova Scotia woman who has chosen a medically assisted death says Canada's new law is too extreme and unfair. She says she's now forced to make the difficult choice to end her life earlier than she'd like.
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Canada sees more than 8,000 opioid deaths since 2016

At least 1,036 Canadians died in the first three months of this year of what appeared to be opioid overdoses, raising the opioid epidemic's national death toll to more than 8,000 people since January 2016.
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Top Republican slams Canada's NAFTA tactics

On the eve of another round of NAFTA negotiations, Canada has been given an ultimatum by a top Republican: Get a deal done in the coming days or be cut out completely.
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'Deep listening': How Jeremy Dutcher crafted his fascinating Polaris Prize-winning album

Jeremy Dutcher was inspired to write his Polaris Music Prize-winning album Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa after listening to century-old archival recordings of Wolastoq songs in a language now spoken by fewer than 100 people.