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Justice for Jassi: A B.C. woman killed for marrying the wrong man?

A young woman from B.C. was killed during a visit to India in 2000. Her mother & uncle allegedly planned it because she married a poor Indian rickshaw driver instead of the wealthy older Canadian they’d chosen for her. Watch now.
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The roots of Haiti's political crisis | The Brief

It's hard to pinpoint exactly when things started to go so desperately wrong in Haiti. After all, the country has lurched from crisis to crisis for decades. Chronic poverty, to foreign interventions, to military coups. But the roots of this political crisis are more recent. Here's The Brief on a turbulent decade.

Asian glow gallery

Some people turn red after drinking alcohol. Here are some before and after shots of people who get the "Asian glow."
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8 Canadian nurses arrive in Montreal from protest-plagued Haiti

Eight Canadian nurses have arrived in Montreal from Haiti. The group left the Caribbean country after days of violent anti-government protests.
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He's been called Trudeau's right hand man, so who really is Gerard Butts?

In a major shakeup to the highest ranks of the Prime Minister's Office, Gerald Butts resigned as Justin Trudeau's principal secretary. Along with Katie Telford, the Prime Minsiter's chief of staff, the trio formed the centre of decision making of this government. So who is Trudeau's right hand man?
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Calvin Kenny, 27, in prison for manslaughter, has died, family says

The mother and sister of Calvin Kenny, 27, posted news of his death on Facebook on Monday evening.
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Trudeau's top adviser resigns as SNC-Lavalin scandal heats up

The focus is intensifying on the Prime Minister's Office after another high-profile resignation over in the SNC-Lavalin affair. Gerald Butts, Justin Trudeau's principal secretary, has stepped down over allegations he tried to pressure former former Attorney-General Jody Wilson-Raybould in the case, something he vehemently denies.
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Sting on his working class origins and a labour of love | In-Depth

Sting's musical The Last Ship is playing in Toronto, and he's starring in it. He opened up to our senior correspondent Susan Ormiston about the arc of his life and how his own working class origins inform this labour of love.
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Meet the students trying to battle the vaping 'epidemic'

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control calls it an epidemic: the growing and now unprecedented number of teens using e-cigarettes. It's become a big problem in schools across Canada as well, and now some students are taking matters into their own hands.
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Gerald Butts' sudden resignation from the PMO | At Issue

The panel is back for a special edition of 'At Issue' to tackle Gerald Butts' sudden resignation: Why quit if he did nothing wrong? Where does it leave the prime minister?
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U.K. Labour Party sees dramatic exodus of MPs

Britain's main opposition party was rocked by a mass exodus when seven Labour MPs staged a dramatic walkout. They say they quit over the party's handling of Brexit, and perhaps more disturbingly, over allegation the party is rife with anti-Semitism.
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Haiti remains a nation in upheaval | CBC in Haiti

Many people in Haiti are bracing for violent protests across the country as political leaders urged citizens to return to normal activities following 11 days of anti-government riots that have forced the closure of schools and many businesses.

CN apologizes to rancher 'kept in the dark' after oil-carrying train cars derailed

A rancher whose land is being cleaned up after a CN derailment sent dozens of crude oil-carrying cars toppling onto his western Manitoba property says the company has apologized for not immediately reaching out to him after the incident.
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Jennifer Jones upset by P.E.I.'s Birt, New Brunswick's Crawford at Scotties

Prince Edward Island's Suzanne Birt upset Team Canada's Jennifer Jones 8-6 on Monday at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Birt won it with a single in the 10th end when Jones's final stone overcurled.
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CBC Sports Big Moment: Canada's Kripps claims 4-man bobsleigh gold

Canadian pilot Justin Kripps teamed with Ryan Sommer, Cam Stones and Benjamin Coakwell wins World Cup event on Saturday in Lake Placid, N.Y.
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Jennifer Jones' nightmare day at Scotties ends with loss to N.B's Andrea Crawford

It was a day to forget for Jones and Team Canada at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. After losing to Suzanne Birt of P.E.I. earlier in the afternoon, Jones fell to New Brunswick's Andrea Crawford 8-7 for her 2nd loss of the day.
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Game Wrap: Team LeBron beat Team Giannis to win NBA All-Star Game

Team LeBron rallied from 20 points down in the 2nd half to beat Team Giannis 178-164 in the 68th edition of the NBA's All-Star Game

Here's how B.C. spent Family Day weekend

It's British Columbia's sixth Family Day, but the first time the province is celebrating on the same weekend as many other parts of the country.

B.C. man wanted on Canada-wide warrant arrested in Alberta

A B.C. parolee who missed curfew at his designated residence in Prince George more than two weeks ago has been arrested in Alberta.
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Coalition of 16 states sues Trump administration over emergency declaration

At least 16 states — led by California — have joined to sue the Trump administration over the U.S. president's declaration of a national emergency to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.
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CBC Vancouver News team gets the story beyond the headlines

Vulnerable baby potentially exposed to measles at hospital, mom aims fury at 'reckless' anti-vax parents

Parents fear their baby — who was born a month premature — might have been exposed to measles during a visit to B.C. Children's emergency room on the first day of February.
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Northern shrimp stock plunges off the coast of Labrador

The decline is in areas mostly harvested by the offshore industry, but stocks are up slightly in the region where most of the inshore fishing is done.

Calgary man puts up signs in 'desperate' bid to help friend, stranger find kidney donors

Antonela Marian and Sarjoon Abdul-Cader have never met, but they have much in common. They have both been diagnosed with a debilitating illness and refuse to let it define them, having both achieved remarkable success in their careers.