CBC Ottawa news quiz for the week of Feb. 10
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Machines vs. cashiers: Why shoppers are so divided over self-checkout
Where you stand on the self-checkout debate may be influenced by your age as well your view on whether the technology represents progress or a step backward as shoppers — aided by machines — do the work of cashiers.
Wilson-Raybould resignation stokes anger, frustration within veterans community
Jody Wilson-Raybould's resignation from cabinet this week has stoked long-standing frustration, disappointment and anger among Canada's veterans, who say they have been ignored and betrayed by the Trudeau government.
N.L. play about disabilities stopped at United States border
Paul David Power felt elated and validated when a San Francisco theatre company invited his play to be a part of their regular season. But after two years of paperwork and a visa denial, Power is heartbroken.
Man, 25, faces several charges after shooting shatters glass of Danforth sports bar
Explosion destroys house in southeast Calgary, other homes damaged
The Weekly with Wendy Mesley February 17, 2019
Firefighters battle blaze after explosion destroys Calgary house