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Oct 13, 2019

Trudeau took 'unprecedented' step by wearing bulletproof vest: RCMP sources
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau took an "unprecedented" step by wearing  a bulletproof vest at a campaign rally in response to a security threat, say two veteran RCMP sources.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Singh says NDP would try to form coalition if Conservatives win most seats
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says he would try to form a coalition government with other parties if the Conservatives win the most seats in the election, but fail to secure a majority. 



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Manitoba declares state of emergency after snowstorm downs power network
The province of Manitoba announced Sunday it declared a state of emergency at midnight after a powerful, slow-moving storm damaged major transmission towers and broke hundreds of hydro poles in the southern half of the province.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Snowbirds pilot safe after ejecting from plane in Georgia crash
The Royal Canadian Air Force says one of its pilots is safe after he had to eject from his plane just before an aerobatics show in the United States. The Canadian Forces Snowbirds said Capt. Kevin Domon-Grenier's jet crashed into an unpopulated area Sunday near Hampton, Ga., and no one on the ground was injured.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Hunter Biden defends work in Ukraine, China in face of Trump attacks
Hunter Biden, the son of former U.S. vice-president Joe Biden, for the first time on Sunday defended his work in Ukraine and China, after sustained criticism from Republican President Donald Trump that has embroiled the president in an impeachment inquiry.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

The Weekly with Wendy Mesley LIVE
The Weekly with Wendy Mesley for Sunday, October 13, 2019.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Trudeau vows campaign won't change course after threat forced him to wear bulletproof vest
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau vowed he won't change how he campaigns despite being the target of an undefined threat that forced him to wear a bulletproof vest and beef up protective measures during an election campaign stop in Mississauga, Ont., on Saturday.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

'Troubling to us all': Singh, Scheer show support for Trudeau following security threat
The federal Conservative and NDP leaders put partisan politics aside to show support for Justin Trudeau in light of a security threat that forced the Liberal leader to wear a bulletproof vest and beef up protective measures during an election campaign stop in Mississauga, Ont., on Saturday.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Canada's top plastic polluters, service centres under scrutiny: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Where the party leaders are on Day 33 of the federal election campaign
Here's what you need to know about where the leaders of Canada's political parties are on Day 33 of the election campaign.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Stage set for a pivotal final week of the campaign
In this week's Canada Votes newsletter: polls suggest it's an extremely tight race heading into the home stretch Also: how many parties could it take to reach a majority of seats in the House of Commons — and do all leaders use teleprompters?



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Hundreds of ISIS-affiliated foreigners escape Syria camp after Turkish shelling, Kurdish officials say
Officials with the Kurdish-led administration in northern Syria said 785 foreigners affiliated with ISIS managed to escape a camp where they were being held following Turkish shelling on Sunday.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Olympian van Koeverden seeks political gold in Lisa Raitt's Ontario riding
Former cabinet minister and party leadership candidate Lisa Raitt is in a tough fight in her Milton, Ont. riding against star candidate and Olympic gold medallist Adam van Koeverden. Will his Olympic star power be enough to unseat this political giant?



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

People are anxious — and this election campaign isn't helping
Many election campaigns revolve around what we fear more than what we want. The 2019 campaign is giving us all the fear — with none of the reassurance.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Beyond Meat drops claims that eating meat ups risk of heart disease, cancer
Beyond Meat has dropped from its website statistics about the health risks of eating meat. The move follows criticism from experts about the company's health claims, but Beyond Meat said it's simply updating its site.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

'Democracy is awesome': Former Syrian refugees vote as Canadian citizens
They came as Syrian refugees. Now they're voting for the first time as Canadian citizens in the federal election.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Getting scanned for a pint: How facial recognition technology is being used in a London pub
In a pub in London, England, complicated technology is taking on a simple problem: waiting for a pint in lines that can sometimes be unruly.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

How anti-Brexit street art in London's east end is sparking conversation — on walls
Brick Lane has long been a must-see tourist site in London's east end, home to the city's thriving street art scene. But as the Brexit deadline looms, new murals and paste-ups appear on its walls daily — and it's incubating discussion about the U.K.'s escalating political climate.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Urban deer get birth control to curb overpopulation
Researchers are turning to birth control in a bid to put a lid on deer numbers in Oak Bay, B.C.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Where do ballot boxes go overnight during the advance vote? Someone's house
Answers to more of your election questions including those on vaping, fixed date elections and using a crayon to vote.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Who is Canada's middle class?
Most Canadians consider themselves to be middle class. But could they define it?



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Why it's hard — but not impossible — for Republicans to primary Trump
Donald Trump isn't the first U.S. president to face a primary challenge from his own party. Presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush all dealt with intra-party opponents.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Why it's hard — but not impossible — for Republicans to rival Trump in a primary
Donald Trump isn't the first U.S. president to face a primary challenge from his own party. Presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush all dealt with intra-party opponents.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Death toll from Typhoon Hagibis in Japan rises to 19
Helicopters, boats and thousands of troops were deployed across Japan on Sunday to rescue people stranded in flooded homes Sunday as the death toll from a ferocious typhoon climbed to at least 19 with more than a dozen missing.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Death toll from Typhoon Hagibis in Japan rises to as high as 33
Helicopters, boats and thousands of troops were deployed across Japan to rescue people stranded in flooded homes Sunday, as the death toll from a ferocious typhoon climbed to as high as 33.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 13, 2019

Rescue efforts underway after rains from Typhoon Hagibis flood Japan
Helicopters plucked people from their flooded homes on Sunday as rescue efforts went into full force in wide areas of Japan after a powerful typhoon unleashed heavy rainfall on Tokyo and surrounding areas, leaving at least seven dead and 15 missing.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Trudeau wears bulletproof vest after security threat delays campaign rally
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau wore a bulletproof vest on stage at a campaign rally after a security threat, senior Liberal sources tell CBC News.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Manitoba declares state of emergency due to October snowstorm
Premier Brian Pallister has declared a state of emergency for the first time in more than five years after receiving a request from Manitoba Hydro, as a major snowstorm creates havoc across the southern portion of the province.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Manitoba premier to declare state of emergency amid October snowstorm
Premier Brian Pallister will declare a state of emergency after receiving a request from Manitoba Hydro, as a major snowstorm creates havoc across the southern portion of the province.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Manitoba to declare state of emergency due to October snowstorm
Premier Brian Pallister will declare a state of emergency for the first time in more than five years after receiving a request from Manitoba Hydro, as a major snowstorm creates havoc across the southern portion of the province.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Video game company backpedals after disqualifying esports player for political comments
Video game behemoth Blizzard Entertainment is returning prize money and reducing its ban on a Hong Kong-based pro esports player who made political comments on air after a win.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Firefighters gaining ground on California wildfires as winds fade
Since roughly 100,000 people were ordered to evacuate their homes, firefighters in California have gained ground as they battle wildfires sweeping through the state. They have been aided by diminishing winds, and officials report multiple fires mostly contained or with minimal growth.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

3 confirmed dead in waning California wildfires
Firefighters were taming a wildfire Saturday that damaged or destroyed more than 30 structures along Los Angeles's northern edge and sent a blanket of smoke across a swath of neighbourhoods, as three deaths have now been tied to blazes across Southern California.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Scheer, Singh make confident pitch to voters as polls move to favour Conservatives
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is asking for a mandate to govern with increasing confidence as shifting polls favour his party to win the most seats for the first time in this campaign. Meanwhile, Jagmeet Singh is urging voters to park their votes with the NDP, despite poor polling numbers.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Scheer, Singh make confident pitch to voters, Trudeau targets both as polls move to favour Conservatives
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is asking for a mandate to govern with increasing confidence as shifting polls favour his party to win the most seats for the first time in this campaign — while Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau pivots his attacks to the NDP and a resurgent Jagmeet Singh.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Snowstorm forces closure, relocation of dozens of Manitoba advance election polls
The snowstorm that hit Manitoba this week not only damaged homes, vehicles and power lines and closed highways in Manitoba — it's also forced a handful of federal election advance polling stations in Winnipeg to relocate.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

New Orleans hotel collapse leaves 1 dead, 2 still missing
One person has been confirmed dead and two construction workers missing in the sudden collapse of a hotel under construction in New Orleans.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

1 dead and 3 missing in New Orleans hotel collapse
One person has been confirmed dead and three construction workers missing in the sudden collapse of a hotel under construction in New Orleans.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

1 dead, 2 still missing in New Orleans hotel collapse
One person has been confirmed dead and two construction workers are missing in the sudden collapse of a hotel under construction in New Orleans.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Conservatives move ahead in seat projection for 1st time in campaign




CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

CBC taking Conservative Party to court over online election ad
The CBC is taking the Conservative Party of Canada to court for using the broadcaster's footage in an online advertisement.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Elizabeth May promises 'national re-examination' of veterans issues
Canada needs a "national re-examination" of veterans issues, and the Green Party would begin it immediately if they win the federal election this month, leader Elizabeth May says.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Cleanup begins in Manitoba: 1 injured by falling tree in massive snowstorm
Manitoba Hydro says it's working around the clock to restore power after a snowstorm walloped the southern half of the province over the last two days.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Snowstorm 'just won't let up': Manitoba Hydro working around the clock to restore power
Manitoba Hydro says it's working around the clock to restore power after a snowstorm walloped the southwestern part of the province over the last two days.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Who are the federal party leaders — and how did they get to this campaign?
What Canadians need to know about their party leaders and their plans for the country.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Mourners gather for slain teenager's funeral in Hamilton
Family and friends are gathering to mourn Devan Bracci-Selvey at the 14-year-old's funeral in Hamilton on Saturday.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Mourners to gather for slain teenager's funeral in Hamilton
Family and friends will gather to mourn Devan Bracci-Selvey at the 14-year-old's funeral in Hamilton on Saturday.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

'A great soul': Teen stabbed outside Hamilton school honoured by hundreds at funeral
With mourners wearing pink as a message against bullying, hundreds of people attended the funeral Saturday of 14-year-old Devan Bracci-Selvey, who was stabbed to death outside his school in Hamilton.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Hundreds attend funeral for Hamilton teen slain outside school
Hundreds of people attended a funeral in Hamilton on Saturday for a 14-year-old boy stabbed to death outside of his school.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Hundreds attend funeral for Hamilton teen stabbed outside school
With mourners wearing pink as a message against bullying, hundreds of people attended the funeral Saturday of 14-year-old Devan Bracci-Selvey, who was stabbed to death outside his school.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Demand for Indigenous tourism outpacing availability of staff, creation of infrastructure
The Indigenous Tourism Association of Canada says unmet need in the quickly growing sector increases the risk of cultural appropriation and inauthentic experiences.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

What you need to know before flu season hits in Canada
As Canada braces for another flu season, experts say it's difficult to predict the severity of the virus and the effectiveness of the flu shot this year, but global trends may hold clues as to what's in store for us.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge runs marathon in under 2 hours
Eliud Kipchoge has become the first athlete to run a marathon in less than two hours, although it will not count as a world record.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Turkey-backed Syrian rebels seize border town's centre
Turkish-backed Syrian rebels seized control of Ras al-Ayn's town centre in northeast Syria on Saturday, a senior Turkish security official said as Turkey's offensive against a Kurdish militia in the region entered its fourth day.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

The NDP platform: ambitious promises, lots of uncertainty
Jagmeet Singh has finally released his platform costing, but questions remain.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Typhoon Hagibis plows north after paralyzing Tokyo area, leaving 4 dead
Japanese authorities lifted rain and flood warnings for the Kanto region around a becalmed Tokyo before dawn on Sunday but imposed them on areas further north after Typhoon Hagibis blasted through the capital.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Where the party leaders are on Day 32 of the federal election campaign
Here's what you need to know about where the leaders of Canada's political parties are on Day 32 of the election campaign.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Trudeau holds campaign rally in Mississauga, Ont.
Here's what you need to know about where the leaders of Canada's political parties are on Day 32 of the election campaign.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Is the U.S. in a constitutional crisis? Current standoff is unlike anything in American history
After a week in which the White House issued a blanket refusal to co-operate with what it describes as an 'invalid' impeachment inquiry, constitutional scholars are divided about whether this moment represents a constitutional crisis.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Is the U.S. in a constitutional crisis? Depends who you ask
After a week in which the White House issued a blanket refusal to co-operate with what it describes as an 'invalid' impeachment inquiry, constitutional scholars are divided about whether this moment represents a constitutional crisis.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

New leader Blanchet steering Bloc back to relevance in Quebec
Polls suggest the Bloc Quebecois is poised to make significant gains on election day. And much of the credit if that happens will go to Yves-Francois Blanchet, the leader who only took over the party this year.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Scheer makes announcement in B.C.
Here's what you need to know about where the leaders of Canada's political parties are on Day 32 of the election campaign.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Powerful typhoon makes landfall southwest of Tokyo
A heavy downpour and strong winds pounded Tokyo and surrounding areas on Saturday as a powerful typhoon forecast as the worst in six decades made landfall southwest of the city.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Deadly Typhoon Hagibis plows north after paralyzing Tokyo area
Japanese authorities lifted rain and flood warnings for the Kanto region around a becalmed Tokyo before dawn on Sunday but imposed them on areas further north after Typhoon Hagibis blasted through the capital.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Early Rubens exhibition at AGO highlights 'anti-war art that changed the world'
The voluptuous female nudes painted by Peter Paul Rubens are so famous that the word Rubenesque is used to describe curvy figures to this day. Now a new exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario shows the darker side of the Flemish baroque master's early work.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

How board members at Alberta Energy Regulator were duped repeatedly
If business school professors are looking for new material about the importance of having an effective board of directors, the Alberta Energy Regulator provides a gripping case study of what not to do.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

How it suddenly became chill to tax Netflix and other web giants
Let's take a closer look at the three issues that sometimes get lumped together under the heading of a "Netflix tax."



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

Greens look to capitalize on provincial success in the east
The Green party is hoping to capitalize on provincial success in P.E.I. and New Brunswick. But unseating federal Liberals in Atlantic Canada won't be easy.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

'Crazy out there': Increasing violence in North Central Regina has residents looking for solutions
With an increase in gang and gun violence in Regina, the city's police service has been adding to its arsenal, including buying an armoured vehicle and equipping officers with semi-automatic rifles. But a successful program out of the U.S. shows there's another way to deal with the problem.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

As election campaigns hustle to get out the vote, homeless voters are often forgotten
Not having ID, feeling unwelcome in polling stations and having limited access to candidates are barriers standing between homeless people and the ballot box — but there are solutions, experts say.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 12, 2019

At least 2 dead as Typhoon Hagibis hits Japan
One of the most powerful typhoons to ever hit Tokyo paralyzed the Japanese capital on Saturday, leaving millions confined indoors and streets deserted as fierce rain and wind killed two, flooded rivers and threatened widespread damage.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Ottawa 'poised to act' should U.S. reach deal on NAFTA ratification, Freeland says
Canada's foreign affairs minister is hinting that there is a new sense of urgency in Washington in the push to get the revised NAFTA ratified. That raises a question: what would happen if action is needed here before election day?



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Turkish artillery hits Syrian prison holding British-Canadian accused ISIS supporter Jack Letts
Turkish artillery reportedly struck the northern Syrian prison holding the British-Canadian Jack Letts — who is accused of being a supporter of the Islamic State — on Thursday as Turkish forces pushed their military offensive deeper into the contested town of Qamishli.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Scheer unveils Conservative platform promising $69 billion in savings, new revenue over 5 years
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer unveiled his party's platform today, promising Canadians tax cuts and credits to make life more affordable.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

'We'll make you bleed': Queen's University investigating racist and homophobic note posted inside dorm
Queen's University is investigating a racist, homophobic and violent message found Thursday morning inside a student residence building.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Our fractured, fractious age in 1 sentence: Lucy Ellmann
Lucy Ellmann's Booker-nominated Ducks, Newburyport, captures our fractious, fractured age through the eyes of a likeable, pie-baking housewife in Ohio in an epic running 1,000 pages in a single sentence.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

After 582 days, woman detained in Iran after husband's death reunites with sons in Vancouver
The wife of an Iranian-Canadian professor who died in an Iranian jail after being accused of espionage has been reunited with her sons in Vancouver, more than one year after they were separated at Tehran's airport.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Is Andrew Scheer really promising a tax cut of $50K for millionaires?
While the claim that the Conservatives are cutting taxes for the wealthiest makes for a punchy talking point, the truth is far more complicated.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

School board will review anti-bullying practices after Hamilton teen stabbing death
A board spokesperson says staff have already begun a "school-level" investigation into the "behaviours" of teens arrested after the fatal stabbing of Devan Bracci-Selvey, including a 16-year-old boy and girl who were released Tuesday.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Odds of a minority government rise, Liberal chances drop as Bloc surges in polls
Gains by the Bloc in Quebec are erasing the Liberals' enduring seat advantage over the Conservatives.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

At rally, Trump tries to spin impeachment probe as attack on his supporters
At a rally in Minneapolis on Thursday, U.S. President told supporter that attacks on his presidency are attacks on them, the people who put him in office, writes Lyndsay Duncombe.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Singh defends platform, says tax hikes wouldn't send businesses fleeing
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh rebuffed suggestions that his proposed tax hikes would send Canadian businesses running for the border as he released his party's costed platform in Ottawa this morning.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Manitoba snowstorm shuts highways, closes schools, snaps trees
A storm that has draped southern Manitoba in heavy, sticky snow is causing havoc on highways and knocking down trees and power lines across the region.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

'The weather is our enemy': Manitoba snowstorm shuts highways, closes schools, snaps trees
A storm that has draped southern Manitoba in heavy, sticky snow is causing havoc on highways, and knocking down trees and power lines.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Canada added 54,000 jobs in September, StatsCan says
Canada's economy added 54,000 jobs in September, bringing the unemployment rate down to 5.5 per cent from 5.7 per cent, according to Statistics Canada.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Doug Ford government broke the law when it scrapped cap-and-trade, court rules
In a split decision, an Ontario court says Doug Ford's government broke the law when it scrapped the cap-and-trade system, but the court won't force Queen's Park to reinstate the program that gives companies incentives to reduce carbon emissions.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Typhoon may bring 80 cm of rain, strong winds to Tokyo
A powerful typhoon is forecast to bring up to 80 centimetres of rain and damaging winds to the Tokyo area and Japan's Pacific coast this weekend, and the government is warning residents to stockpile necessities and leave high-risk places before it's too dangerous.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Tokyo area braces for 'record-level rainfall and winds' as Typhoon Hagibis approaches
A powerful typhoon is forecast to bring up to 80 centimetres of rain and damaging winds to the Tokyo area and Japan's Pacific coast this weekend, and the government is warning residents to stockpile necessities and leave high-risk places before it's too dangerous.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

'It was a whole curtain of fire': Fast-moving fire drives thousands from California homes
An aggressive wildfire in Southern California seared its way through dry vegetation Friday and spread quickly, destroying dozens of homes as tens of thousands of residents scrambled to get out of its way.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Southern California wildfires destroy homes, prompt evacuations amid statewide power cuts
Burning trash dumped by a garbage truck caused a fire in Southern California that by early Friday had destroyed dozens of homes in Riverside County, fire officials said, as wildfires across the state led to power cuts for hundreds of thousands of customers.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

U.S. says troops came under fire as Turkish forces push deeper into Syria
Turkish forces faced fierce resistance from U.S.-allied Syrian Kurdish fighters on the third day of Ankara's offensive in northern Syria, as casualties mounted, international criticism of the campaign intensified and estimates put the number of those who fled the violence at 100,000.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Turkish forces push deeper into northeastern Syria as NATO chief urges restraint
Turkish forces pushed deeper into northeastern Syria on Friday, the third day of a cross-border offensive against Syrian Kurdish fighters that has set off another mass displacement of civilians and met with widespread criticism from the international community.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Turkish forces push deeper into northeastern Syria as Pentagon criticizes incursion
Turkish forces pushed deeper into northeastern Syria on Friday, the third day of a cross-border offensive against Syrian Kurdish fighters that has set off another mass displacement of civilians and met with widespread criticism from the international community.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Turkish forces push deeper into Syria, with 100,000 displaced so far
Turkish forces faced fierce resistance from U.S.-allied Syrian Kurdish fighters on the third day of Ankara's offensive in northern Syria, as casualties mounted, international criticism of the campaign intensified and estimates put the number of those who fled the violence at 100,000.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Ethiopian PM Abiy Ahmed wins Nobel Peace Prize
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was awarded the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for his peacemaking efforts with Eritrea.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Iran says oil tanker struck by missiles off Saudi Arabian coast
Two missiles struck an Iranian tanker traveling through the Red Sea off the coast of Saudi Arabia on Friday, Iranian officials said, the latest incident in the region amid months of heightened tensions between Tehran and the U.S.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Turkey's pledge to 'take custody' of ISIS prisoner camps called precarious by experts
Turkey says it will take custody of Islamic State prisoners in the territory it captures, but there are fears among human rights — and even defence — observers that a humanitarian catastrophe could follow.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Why 4 websites give you 4 different credit scores — and none is the number most lenders actually see
It's easier than ever to check your credit score online, but a new Marketplace investigation reveals there's a catch. Find out what happened when we had three people check their credit score using four different websites.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Singh doesn't rule out supporting a pipeline-owning Liberal minority government
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh declined on Thursday night to categorically state that the fate of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion would be part of any post-election negotiations between NDP MPs and a potential Liberal minority government.



CBC Top Stories
Oct 11, 2019

Racist campaign incidents aren't a digression from the real issues. They are the real issues
Acts of racism are more than just single, isolated and obvious incidents. They are systemic, often subconscious and touch everything.



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