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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

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News
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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.
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Why Ireland doesn't want Apple's $22 billion in back taxes

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Ireland doesn't want $22B in back taxes from Apple; the WHO is calling for urgent international action to stop spread of tuberculosis; needles hidden in Australian strawberries trigger hunt for culprit
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North Carolina stays positive despite Florence's devastating impact

CBC News is in Wilmington to see how people there are dealing with slow recovery efforts.
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Puerto Rico's mental health crisis a consequence of Hurricane Maria

CBC News travelled to the island to speak with people who are feeling both devastated and abandoned.
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Big money, big risk awaits pot businesses

CBC News' Peter Armstrong spoke to the CEO of Canada's leading pot company to talk about whether industry is ready to supply demand.
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The National for September 17, 2018

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News
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Immigration issue fuels heated Quebec election campaign

With the election two weeks away, CBC News spoke to voters to see how they're responding to rhetoric from the competing parties.
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Brett Kavanaugh accused of sexual assault, delaying confirmation vote

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh has been accused of sexual assault, delaying his confirmation vote to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Mangkhut's death toll rises as rescue efforts continue

The key area of focus is on a mountain slope that collapsed in the province of Benguet sparking a landslide and trapping gold miners.
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Liberal MP Leona Alleslev defects to Conservative Party

The move gives Andrew Scheer a bilingual female MP from a suburban Toronto riding that will be key in order for him to win the next election.
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'Taste the feeling'? Coca-Cola mulls deal with Canadian pot grower for cannabis drinks

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: beverage behemoth Coca Cola is considering a line of cannabis-infused drinks with a Canadian partner; Puerto Rico is in the grip of a mental health crisis as its people struggle to recover from Hurricane Maria
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Quincy Jones on battling Michael Jackson, befriending Sinatra

Music legend Quincy Jones sits down with The National's Ian Hanomansing to discuss battling Michael Jackson, befriending Frank Sinatra and the moment he brought together the biggest superstars of a generation.
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Inuit artist inspires cultural pride | Kelly Fraser: Fight for the Rights

Inuit artist Kelly Fraser makes music with Inuktitut lyrics. She says she wants to increase cultural pride among youth in her community. Kelly's story is part of The National’s series Seen & Heard: Intimate stories of extraordinary lives. Subscribe to CBC News: The National to get the latest in the series as stories are released.
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Writers' rooms catching up with on-screen diversity

While the entertainment industry is moving to improve representation for visible minority actors on the screen, writers' rooms have a long way to go. CBC's Zulekha Nathoo reports.
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DIY investors fight back against trailer fees | CBC Go Public

Steve Pozgaj and his wife paid almost $5,000 in trailer fees last year, for advice he says he never got and that discount brokers aren't legally allowed to give. CBC's Erica Johnson reports.
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Florence death toll rises as floodwaters surge in Carolinas

Florence, now blamed for the deaths of 17 people, weakened to a tropical depression early Sunday, but heavy rains have caused major flooding in the Carolinas. CBC's Paul Hunter reports.
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Woman who accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct goes public

Christine Blasey Ford has come forward as the woman accusing U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct. CBC's Lyndsay Duncombe reports.
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Typhoon Mangkhut slams China and the Philippines

Typhoon Mangkhut slammed into southern China after lashing the Philippines, leaving at least 64 people dead and dozens more feared buried in a landslide. CBC's Sasa Petricic reports.

Mental health crisis grips Puerto Rico as rebuilding efforts stumble a year after hurricane

Mental health issues in Puerto Rico are growing, according to health officials, as residents struggle with government red tape and economic issues that are snarling efforts to rebuild - coupled with the ugly psychological effects of the new hurricane season.