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Jul 17, 2019

Canada needs to triple the amount of protected land and water to tackle 'nature emergency': report
Amid shocking declines in the health of the world's ecosystems and species, a new report from the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) says the federal government must now commit to much more ambitious targets to protect the country's land and water to have any chance of staving off what they call a 'nature emergency.'



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

Companies look to cash in on out-of-this-world profits in new space economy
The commercialization of space involves some staggering numbers, much as $1 trillion US per year by some estimates. Canada is finding lucrative off-earth business opportunities.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

Hinterland Who's Who releases vignette on ravens in 6 Indigenous languages
Since the 1960s, Hinterland Who's Who has been featuring iconic Canadian wildlife. Now it has vignettes on the common raven available in six Indigenous languages.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

Listeria risk from recalled packaged kale highlights pathogen's challenge
This is the third time in eight months that an Eat Smart product has been recalled in Canada because of Listeria, one of the most dangerous foodborne pathogens.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

The downside of giving app users too many superpowers
The superhero with X-ray vision who can see through buildings is probably guilty of substantial privacy violations, and the same applies to technology superpowers. Here's how a hot email startup offering users 'superhuman' abilities created a privacy controversy.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 17, 2019

Nomination process for federal election candidates 'uncompetitive' and 'biased': report
Just a small portion of federal candidates go through competitive nomination contests, according to a new report from the Samara Centre for Democracy describing the nomination process as "a weak point in our democratic infrastructure."



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

John Paul Stevens, former U.S. Supreme Court justice, dies at 99
John Paul Stevens, who served on the U.S. Supreme Court for nearly 35 years and became its leading liberal, died on Tuesday at the age of 99.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Hassan Diab calls for release of report on extradition that sent him to French prison
Hassan Diab and his supporters are calling for the immediate release of the findings of an external review into the Ottawa university professor's extradition to France over his alleged involvement in a 1980 bombing outside a Paris synagogue.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

'Life after shame': Hidden camera victim lifts publication ban to empower other women
A Winnipeg woman whose ex-husband broke into her home and installed hidden cameras in the walls of her living room and bedroom has lifted the publication ban on her name in an effort to confront the shame she felt after the incident.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

What you need to know about rabies in Canada
The death of a man in British Columbia who came into contact with a bat is a reminder to take precautions with wildlife. Here's what you need to know, according to public health experts.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Infected bat 'ran into' hand of B.C. man who later died from rabies: health officer
A 21-year-old man who died from rabies after coming into contact with an infected bat on Vancouver Island this spring had a brush with the nocturnal mammal in an "unusual" daytime encounter, health officials said Tuesday.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

House condemns Trump's tweets as Pelosi decries president's 'racist' attacks
The U.S. House of Representatives voted in favour a resolution on Tuesday condemning U.S. President Donald Trump's racially charged attacks on four Democratic congresswomen.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Pelosi decries Trump's 'racist' comments ahead of House condemnation vote
A resolution condemning U.S. President Donald Trump's racially charged attacks on four Democratic congresswomen was delayed for more than an hour after an objection by House Republicans to Speaker Nancy Pelosi's remarks criticizing the president's tweets.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Pelosi decries Trump's 'racist' comments as House condemns president's attacks
The U.S. House of Representatives voted in favour a resolution on Tuesday condemning U.S. President Donald Trump's racially charged attacks on four Democratic congresswomen.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

U.S. House to vote to condemn Trump's attacks on congresswomen
A resolution condemning U.S. President Donald Trump's racially charged attacks on four Democratic congresswomen was headed for a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Ursula von der Leyen named new head of European Commission
Outgoing German defence minister Ursula von der Leyen was approved as the new president of the European Commission on Tuesday, becoming the first woman to hold perhaps the most important post in the 28-nation EU.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

2 women vying for Europe's top jobs
Two women are vying for a couple of Europe's top jobs — the job of European Commission president and head of the European Central Bank — which will be decided in a secret vote on Tuesday.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Iran says its navy came to aid of missing oil tanker Riah as tensions mount in Gulf
A small oil tanker from the United Arab Emirates travelling through the Strait of Hormuz entered Iranian waters and turned off its tracker two days ago, leading the U.S. to suspect Iran seized the vessel amid heightened tensions in the region.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

U.S. company fined nearly $3M for 2016 fuel spill in B.C. First Nation's fishing territory
Texas-based Kirby Corp. pleaded guilty after a tugboat ran aground spilling diesel and oil in a First Nation's fishing territory on British Columbia's central coast in 2016.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Game of Thrones earns a record-breaking 32 Emmy nods
Game of Thrones has slashed its way to historic 32 Emmy Award nominations, including for best drama series, for its eighth and final season, with Canadians also among those in the running in top Emmy categories.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Man whose family died in Boeing 737 Max crash says jet should be scrapped
Paul Njoroge, whose wife and three young children were killed in one of the 737 Max crashes, says he believes Boeing should scrap the jet, and he wants the company's top executives to resign and face criminal charges for not grounding the plane after a deadly accident last October.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Pilot Gilles Morin ID'd as 1 of 3 dead in Labrador plane crash
Three people are dead, including the pilot, and four are missing after a plane crashed into a remote lake in northern Labrador.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

3 dead in Labrador float plane crash, fate of 4 others unknown
Three people are dead following the crash of an Air Saguenay plane into a Labrador lake on Monday night.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

4 dead in Labrador float plane crash, fate of 3 more unknown
Four people are dead following the crash of an Air Sagenuay plane into a Labrador lake on Monday night.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Facebook before U.S. House antitrust panel today over cryptocurrency plans
Executives from tech giants Apple Inc, Amazon.com Inc, Facebook Inc and Alphabet's Google go before the House judiciary committee's antitrust panel Tuesday to discuss competition in online markets.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Puerto Ricans protest after governor's derogatory chats discovered
Just days after his former secretary of education was charged with corruption involving federal money, Puerto Rican governor Ricardo Rossello is facing mounting calls to step down after he participated in derogatory chats with other male officials.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Graphic suicide scene edited out of 13 Reasons Why finale
Netflix has decided to remove a graphic suicide scene from the Season 1 finale of its show 13 Reasons Why as the series prepares to launch its third season.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Shooting survivor quits panel over 'timid' Liberal record on assault-style guns
Mass-shooting survivor Nathalie Provost has quit the federal firearms advisory committee in frustration, saying she is "extremely disappointed" with the Liberal government's failure to crack down on assault-style rifles.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Atlantic Canada has an enviable problem: its youth jails are emptying out
Many of the youth correctional centres in Atlantic Canada are emptying, a CBC News Investigation found, and advocates say that's a good thing.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

At least 10 dead in Mumbai building collapse
A four-storey residential building collapsed Tuesday in Mumbai, India's financial and entertainment capital, killing at least 10 people, an official said. Rescuers were looking for several others feared trapped in the rubble. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

At least 2 dead in Mumbai building collapse
A four-storey building collapsed in India's financial capital of Mumbai on Tuesday, trapping dozens in the rubble, with at least four people confirmed dead, a fire department official said.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

At least 3 dead in Mumbai building collapse
A four-storey residential building collapsed Tuesday in Mumbai, India's financial and entertainment capital, killing at least three people, an official said. Rescuers were looking for several others feared trapped in the rubble. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

At least 7 dead in Mumbai building collapse
A four-storey residential building collapsed Tuesday in Mumbai, India's financial and entertainment capital, killing at least seven people, an official said. Rescuers were looking for several others feared trapped in the rubble. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

North Korea says it's rethinking promises made to Trump
North Korea says it is rethinking whether to abide by its moratorium on nuclear and missile tests and other steps aimed at improving ties with the U.S.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Moon Landing 50th: CBC News takes you inside the landmark mission and its impact
Fifty years ago, the Apollo 11 mission took humans to the moon, capturing imaginations worldwide and sparking a new era of discovery. CBC News is looking back this week at the landmark mission, considering its impact on the world today and exploring Canada's role in the new space economy.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

NASA's latest bid to return to the moon by 2024 may be a bit unrealistic, experts say
It was 50 years ago this week that humans first set foot on the moon. But nobody's returned since the final Apollo mission in 1972. Though there are plans to return there within the next five years, that may be a bit too ambitious, experts said.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

National Métis group gave IT contracts to 2 companies linked to policy adviser
The Métis National Council (MNC), facing its second federal audit in the last seven years, paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to two companies directed by the same MNC policy adviser for IT-related work, according to records obtained by CBC News.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Jagmeet Singh tours Quebec in hopes of avoiding an NDP wipeout
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is touring Quebec this week, visiting a handful of ridings where the long odds against holding on look shortest.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

How Zoe the lab sniffed out 2 missing girls in Ontario's Algonquin Park
When two girls went missing in Ontario's Algonquin Park, it was up to Scott Gannon from the OPP Canine Unit and his partner Zoe to help locate the teens.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

How Zoe the police dog sniffed out 2 missing girls in Ontario's Algonquin Park
When two girls went missing in Ontario's Algonquin Park, it was up to Scott Gannon from the OPP Canine Unit and his partner Zoe to help locate the teens.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 16, 2019

Tweets condemned as racist are part of Trump's plan, and strategists say it may work
U.S. President Donald Trump didn't back down after a chorus of condemnation over a series of tweets targeting four congresswomen, all of them women of colour. The move has some Republican strategists suggesting it's all part of a bid to make the most progressive Democrats the face of the entire party.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

B.C. man dies of rabies after coming into contact with bat
A 21-year-old man has died of rabies after coming into contact with a bat on Vancouver Island, according to the provincial health officer.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

University severs ties with researcher who was escorted out of National Microbiology Lab
The University of Manitoba has cut ties with a researcher who was escorted out the National Microbiology Lab (NML) in Winnipeg earlier this month, until an RCMP investigation is complete.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

University severs ties with two researchers who were escorted out of National Microbiology Lab
The University of Manitoba has cut ties with two researchers who were escorted out the National Microbiology Lab (NML) in Winnipeg earlier this month, until an RCMP investigation is complete.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

'This is unprecedented': Alert, Nunavut, is warmer than Victoria
Weather watchers are focused on the world's most northerly community, which is in the middle of a record-breaking heat wave.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

'This is unprecedented:' Alert, Nunavut, is warmer than Victoria
Weather watchers are focused on the world's most northerly community, which is in the middle of a record-breaking heat wave.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Trump's new 'Buy America' rules are about to get even tougher — and maybe worse for Canada
U.S. policies which act as a barrier to Canadian businesses bidding on government projects are about to get more stringent.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

'That's not how we do things in Canada': Trudeau stops short of calling Trump's tweets 'racist'
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today denounced tweets sent by U.S. President Donald Trump over the weekend that told a series of first-term congresswomen of diverse ethnic backgrounds to "go back" to their countries of origin rather than tell U.S. politicians how America should be governed.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

'We caught a body': Trial hears German tourist shot in possible mistaken identity
After shooting a German tourist in the head in what might have been a case of mistaken identity, the 16-year-old shooter yelled "we caught a body," one witness said during his testimony at the boy's trial. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

German tourist who was shot in head near Calgary is partially paralyzed, teen's trial hears
The German tourist who was shot in the head while driving west of Calgary last summer is paralyzed on his right side, a judge has heard. The trial of a 17-year-old boy accused of shooting Horst Stewin is expected to last seven days.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Girls missing in Algonquin Park found in 'great' condition
Two teenage girls from the Kitchener-Waterloo area who had been missing in Ontario's Algonquin Park since Thursday have been found safe.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Home sales edge higher in June, with strong gains in Ontario, Quebec
The number of home sales in Canada edged up 0.3 per cent in June from the previous year, as strong markets in Toronto and Montreal offset declines in B.C., according to statistics from the Canadian Real Estate Association.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Another Ontario First Nation declares a state of emergency over water
Eabametoong First Nation, a fly-in Ojibway community that sits about 360 kilometres north of Thunder Bay, passed a band council resolution declaring a state of emergency Friday after test results showed levels of trichloromethane (THMs) in the tap water between 122 to 182 per cent above Health Canada safety standards.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

New rules lay out rights of Canadian airline passengers. Here's the list
The government has unveiled new protections for airline passengers, rules designed to make sure both airlines and the people who fly on them are up to date on what they are entitled to when things go wrong.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

New rules lay out what rights Canadian airline passengers have: here's the list
The government has unveiled new protections for airline passengers, rules designed to make sure both airlines and the people who fly on them are up to date on what they are entitled to when things go wrong.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Desjardins to offer all members free, lifelong protection after data breach
Desjardins Group president Guy Cormier says the credit union will offer free, permanent data protection to all of its members in the wake of last month's data breach.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Congresswomen call Trump's barbs a 'disruptive distraction' after renewed attacks
U.S. President Donald Trump renewed his attacks against four liberal congresswomen of colour on Monday. In response, the quartet told their supporters to "not take the bait."



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Trump assails Democratic congresswomen of colour for 2nd day
U.S. President Donald Trump renewed his attacks Monday against four liberal congresswomen of colour and also moved to end asylum protections for most Central American migrants, escalating the clash between Republican and Democratic lawmakers over immigration policy.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Trump moves to end asylum protections for Central Americans
The Trump administration on Monday moved to end asylum protections for most Central American migrants in a major escalation of the president's efforts to tamp down the number of people crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Searchers optimistic as hunt widens for 2 teens missing at Algonquin Park
Police and search and rescue experts say the information they have and conditions in Ontario's Algonquin Park give them hope they'll find two 16-year-olds who haven't been seen since Thursday.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Temporary foreign workers needed to grow processed-foods sector, says Senate report
Canada should make it easier for some temporary foreign workers to get to and stay in the country, says a Senate report released Friday morning.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Diver Jennifer Abel becomes most decorated Canadian athlete at world aquatics
Canada collects a silver medal at the world aquatics championships as Jennifer Abel and Mélissa Citrini-Beaulieu finish second in the women's three-metre synchronized event. Abel now owns nine career world medals, surpassing retired diver Alex Despatie and swimmer Ryan Cochrane for the most medals won by a Canadian.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

U.S. airlines cancel 737 Max flights through November, longer delays possible
American Airlines said Sunday that it will keep the Boeing 737 Max plane off its schedule until Nov. 3, which is two months longer than it had planned.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

China says Canadian citizen detained for drug offences
Chinese police have detained a Canadian citizen in relation to a drug case involving students, China's Foreign Ministry said on Monday, an incident coming amid a deep chill in relations between the two countries.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

2 Ebola workers attacked, killed in eastern Congo
Unidentified attackers killed two Ebola health workers in eastern Congo on the weekend, the Health Ministry said. The latest assaults hampering efforts to stop spread of the virus came before a high-level meeting in Geneva on Monday to discuss response to the outbreak.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Ebola spread to east Congo's Goma could be a 'game changer,' UN says
Head of WHO calls a case of Ebola in the metropolis of Goma concerning because it is a gateway to neighbouring Rwanda.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Neo-Nazi sentenced to life plus 419 years in murder of Charlottesville demonstrator
The self-professed neo-Nazi who drove his car into a crowd protesting against white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., killing one of the demonstrators, has been sentenced to life in prison plus 419 years on his first-degree murder conviction.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Neo-Nazi to be sentenced in murder of demonstrator in Charlottesville, Va.
The self-professed neo-Nazi who drove his car into a crowd protesting against white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., killing one of the demonstrators, is due to be sentenced Monday on a first-degree murder conviction. He's already received life after pleading guilty on federal hate-crime charges stemming from the 2017 violence.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Clear win for PC Natalie Jameson in P.E.I.'s deferred election
Progressive Conservative candidate Natalie Jameson has won the deferred election in Prince Edward Island's District 9 Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park with 43.7 per cent of the vote, or 1,080 votes. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Clear win for PC's Natalie Jameson in P.E.I.'s deferred election, CBC projects
Progressive Conservative candidate Natalie Jameson has won the deferred election in Prince Edward Island's District 9 Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park, according to CBC's Decision Desk, with 43.7 per cent of the vote, or 1,080 votes. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Commons committee chair questions Canada's ability to deal with incidents like Desjardins data breach
The chair of the House of Commons public safety and national security committee says he's not sure Canada's laws will ever be able to prevent data breaches like last month's massive leak at the Desjardins Group. Today, MPs on the House of Commons public safety and national security committee are holding a meeting to discuss the incident.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

AI could better predict climate change impacts, some experts believe
Some people say strategies to reduce the impacts of climate change may lie in machine learning and artificial intelligence. AI has a few advantages: It can work faster than a human being, can forecast further into the future, has a low error rate and it has 24/7 availability.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

New air passenger protections kick in today
Airline passengers have new rights starting today, as rules from the Canada Transportation Agency that have prompted backlash from airlines kick in. 



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

MPs return to Ottawa in wake of Desjardins breach — and for some, it's personal
Today, MPs on the House of Commons public safety and national security committee briefly return to Ottawa for an emergency meeting to discuss the massive personal data breach at the Desjardins Group. For some MPs, it's personal.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

RCMP investigation triggered audit of national Métis organization
The federal government launched an ongoing financial probe of a national Métis organization following a meeting with investigators with the RCMP, CBC News has learned.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Social media, but not video games, linked to depression in teens, according to landmark Montreal study
"These sort of echo chambers — these reinforcing spirals — also continually expose them to things that promote or reinforce their depression, and that's why it's particularly toxic for depression."



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Social media, but not video games, linked to depression in teens, according to Montreal study
Researchers in Quebec have found that the increased symptoms of depression are linked to being active on social media platforms like Instagram, where teens are more likely to compare their lives to glitzy images in their feeds.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Why today's safer cars aren't driving down insurance costs yet
Modern technology is making cars much safer than they used to be. But those features aren't adding up to lower insurance rates — since those fancy new components cost a lot more to repair and replace.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Weakened Barry still poses flood, tornado risks
Even though tropical depression Barry did not unleash catastrophic flooding in Louisiana, many across the Gulf Coast were urged to take heed of tornado and flash-flood warnings Monday as the storm moved north.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

Total of 6 Calgary Stampede chuckwagon horses dead after 3 more put down Sunday
Three more horses had to be euthanized after going down during the final night of the chuckwagon races at the Calgary Stampede, bringing the total number of horses that died during this year's event to six.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

3 horses euthanized after injuries during Stampede chuckwagon race
Three horses had to be euthanized after going down during a chuckwagon race Sunday night at the Calgary Stampede.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

3 more horses put down after injuries during Stampede chuckwagon race
Three more horses had to be euthanized after going down during the final night of the chuckwagon races at the Calgary Stampede, bringing the total number of horses that died during this year's event to six.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 15, 2019

3 more horses put down after injuries in Stampede chuckwagon race
Three more horses had to be euthanized after going down during the final night of the chuckwagon races at the Calgary Stampede, bringing the total number of horses that died during this year's event to six.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

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Jul 14, 2019

Canadian officials flagged 900 food items from China with 'problems' over 2 years
Canadian inspectors intercepted nearly 900 food products from China over concerns about faulty labels, unmentioned allergens and harmful contaminants that included glass and metal between 2017 and early 2019, according to internal federal records.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

Chinese researcher escorted from infectious disease lab amidst RCMP investigation
A researcher with ties to China was recently escorted out of the National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg amidst an RCMP investigation into what's being described as a possible "policy breach."



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

Chinese researcher escorted from national microbiology lab amidst RCMP investigation
A researcher with ties to China was recently escorted out of the National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg amidst an RCMP investigation into what's being described as a possible "policy breach."



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

How much will the defence file matter to voters?
In this week's Canada Votes newsletter: How will Canada's defence file factor into October's vote? Also: Ontario is seat-rich. Polls analyst Eric Grenier looks at the numbers in the province.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

Djokovic repeats as Wimbledon champ, denying Federer 9th title in epic final
Novak Djokovic became the first man in 71 years to win Wimbledon after facing match points in the final, coming back to beat Roger Federer in an unprecedented fifth-set tiebreaker Sunday.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

Trump tells Democratic women of colour to leave U.S. in 'racist and disgusting' tweets
U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday assailed a group of Democratic congresswomen of colour as foreign-born troublemakers who should go back to the "broken and crime-infested places from which they came," ignoring the fact that the women are American citizens and all but one was born in the U.S.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

'Major search' underway for teen girls missing in Algonquin Park
A "major search" is underway for a pair of teen girls last seen three days ago on a trail in Algonquin Park, Ontario Provincial Police said Sunday.  Maya Mirota and Marta Malek, both 16, have been missing since the night of July 11.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

Critics question why Canada's border officers need bulletproof vests to work with migrants
Canada's border-security agency will soon require all border-security officers working with detained migrants to wear defensive gear that includes batons, pepper spray and bulletproof vests — a policy that is drawing concern over a perceived "criminalization" of asylum seekers.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

U.K. ambassador calls Trump's withdrawal from Iran deal 'diplomatic vandalism'
A British newspaper has published more leaked memos from Britain's ambassador in Washington, despite a police warning that doing so might be a crime.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

How much privacy can the royals expect?
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex run into some friction as they try to draw new lines around royal privacy.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

Fact-checking farmers markets, mystery Spotify bank charges: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including a push by Calgary farmers markets so you know where your produce comes from, the pain of a margarita burn, and strange Spotify bank charges.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

Deportation raids begin in major U.S. cities
Officials with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are expected to carry out raids in several major U.S. cities as part of a sweeping immigration crackdown.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

Deportation raids to begin in major U.S. cities
Officials with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement are expected to carry out raids in several major U.S. cities as part of a sweeping immigration crackdown.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

U.S. launches small-scale deportation raids
U.S. authorities launched small-scale operations to arrest undocumented families over the weekend in a start to President Donald Trump's plan to deport thousands of immigrants.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

NYC power outage stretched 30 blocks, affected entire subway system
A power outage caused by a transformer explosion affected a wide swath of Manhattan Saturday night, knocking out power to parts of Times Square, stores, subways and Broadway theatres.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 14, 2019

Storm Barry moves inland from Louisiana, leaving rain and flooding in its wake
Tropical Storm Barry's winds weakened slightly Sunday, but the risks associated with the storm, including flooding and tornadoes, are sparking new concerns.



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