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Jul 21, 2018

Aeroplan wants to be your rewards program and travel agent. Will it work?
Aeroplan has announced ambitious plans to transform itself into a rewards program that doubles as a travel agency. But industry experts and members have questions about what direction it will take.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 21, 2018

Doug Ford's first premiers' meeting more cordial than confrontational
Opinions varied on what role Doug Ford might play when he gathered with other premiers at the Council of the Federation. In the end, he lit no fireworks, appearing eager to meet new friends instead.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 21, 2018

New #MeToo ROM exhibit tackles sexual misconduct in the art world
This weekend, the Royal Ontario Museum wades into the #MeToo conversation with a display prompted by sexual misconduct allegations against an artist whose work is being exhibited at the museum at the same time.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 21, 2018

See how Trump's stand on Russia has shifted since Helsinki
His summit in Helsinki may have ended on Monday, but U.S. President Donald Trump has since been dogged by questions about whether he believes Russia meddled in the 2016 U.S. election — mainly due to his own shifting answers.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 21, 2018

Solar probe set to launch into the sun's scorching 'red zone'
On Aug. 6, the Parker Solar Probe will launch from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida for one extremely intense mission: to fly closer to the sun than any spacecraft before.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 21, 2018

Songbirds channel their inner George Clooney to attract a mate, but is it working?
Conservation biologists studying the effects of noise pollution from oil and gas pumps in southern Alberta are finding that a species of sparrow is changing its tune so it can be heard above the din.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 21, 2018

Vets minister sued for defamation in fight over pensions
A high-profile veterans advocate is suing the veterans affairs minister for defamation. Sean Bruyea claims Seamus O'Regan defamed him in a column about the Liberal government's plan to give injured soldiers the option of a lump sum compensation payment — or a pension for life.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Canadian ambassador expects NAFTA talks will resume in the next few weeks
Canada's ambassador to the U.S. David MacNaughton tells Power & Politics he expects NAFTA talks will resume in the next few weeks. MacNaughton says coming to an agreement on autos will allow talks to advance to the outstanding issues of dispute resolution and the proposed "sunset clause."



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Virtual reality may help cure fear of heights, study says
A study out of the U.K. suggests that a virtual reality program may work at least as well as one-on-one therapy to help people overcome a fear of heights.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

You're living in a new geologic age, the Meghalayan
It's official — you're living in a new age. It's called the Meghalayan, and geologists say it's marked by a 'mega-drought' and the collapse of civilizations 4,200 years ago.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Pharmacare doesn't interest all of us, premiers say, and we won't pay for it
The final communique from this week's Council of the Federation talks makes a few things clear about how provinces and territories feel about pharmacare: they don't all intend to participate in a federal drug plan, and those that do aren't interested in sharing the cost of it.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Trudeau slaps down Harper's claims that NAFTA is being delayed for political gain
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is rebutting claims made by former prime minister Stephen Harper that the Liberal government is dragging out the NAFTA negotiations for political gain.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

WhatsApp tweaks its service to head off fake-news killings
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Novichok victim Charlie Rowley released from hospital, U.K. police say
Charlie Rowley has been released from hospital in England after he and a woman were attacked with the nerve on Saturday, according to police.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Nerve agent victim Charlie Rowley released from U.K. hospital after poisoning
Charlie Rowley has been released from hospital in England after he and a woman were attacked with the nerve agent Novichok, police say.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Trump was secretly recorded talking about paying Playboy model
U.S. President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer secretly recorded Trump discussing payments to a former Playboy model who says she had an affair with him, which he has denied.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Threat of auto tariffs prompts industry to warn Trump of dire consequences
The world's automotive industry gathered in Washington with uncharacteristic unity, to deliver a singular message to American policymakers: If you start a trade war with tariffs on cars, you'll shoot yourself in the foot.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Crown appealing Peter Khill not guilty verdict
The Crown is appealing the not guilty verdict for Peter Khill in the killing of Jon Styres, saying the trial judge failed to properly instruct the jury about self-defence and let an unqualified witness give opinion evidence on military training.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

'It feels like a little bit of hope': Crown appeals Peter Khill not guilty verdict
The Crown is appealing the not guilty verdict for Peter Khill in the killing of Jon Styres, saying the trial judge failed to properly instruct the jury about self-defence and let an unqualified witness give opinion evidence on military training.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

8 injured in apparent knife attack on German bus
A man apparently armed with a knife attacked passengers on a busy bus in the northern German city of Luebeck Friday before being overpowered and arrested, authorities said. Police said eight people were injured.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

9 injured in apparent knife attack on German bus
A man apparently armed with a knife attacked passengers on a busy bus in the northern German city of Luebeck on Friday before being overpowered and arrested, authorities said, and nine people were reportedly injured.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Trump's Fed criticism prompts fears he's questioning bank's independence
U.S. President Donald Trump took his second shot in as many days at the man he hand-picked to run his central bank on Friday, saying the Federal Reserve's current plan to raise interest rates will hurt his administration and penalize the economy.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

All eyes on weather as Okanagan wildfires continue to burn
Firefighters are closely watching the weather in B.C.'s Okanagan Valley where several wildfire are continuing to burn out of control and thousands of properties remain under evacuation alerts.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Growing B.C. wildfires trigger more evacuation alerts in Okanagan Valley
Around 2,000 more residents of B.C.'s Okanagan Valley were put under evacuation alert overnight as the Mount Eneas wildfire near Peachland continues to expand.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Raptors' Ujiri knows re-signing Kawhi Leonard will be his toughest job
The sales pitch normally comes before the deal, but Masai Ujiri is doing things differently with Kawhi Leonard as the Toronto Raptors president Ujiri spoke with media for the first time after Wednesday's blockbuster trade that sent fan favourite DeMar DeRozan to San Antonio for the 2014 NBA finals MVP.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Watch Raptors president Masai Ujiri address Leonard-DeRozan blockbuster trade
Watch live coverage as Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri addresses the blockbuster trade that sent fan favourite DeMar DeRozan to the San Antonio Spurs for 2014 NBA finals MVP Kawhi Leonard.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Indigenous golfer Skyesong Alexis heads for nationals, despite hurdles and cost
One of Alberta's top women golfers rarely gets out for a round, and even then, it's usually just nine holes. But the 29-year-old's strong showing in her amateur debut has earned her a spot at the national championships.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Cost of living rising at its fastest pace in 6 years
The cost of living in Canada is going up at its fastest pace since 2012, new numbers from Statistics Canada show, as gas prices have risen by almost 25 per cent since last summer.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Lead Bruce McArthur investigator giving 1st update since discovery of more human remains
The lead homicide detective in the case of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur is providing an update after police found more human remains near a Toronto home where the alleged serial killer worked last week.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Lead investigator in McArthur serial killer case says another man ID'd from human remains
The lead Bruce McArthur investigator says police have found the remains of Majeed Kayhan, the latest to be identified in the serial killer case involving the Toronto landscaper.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Remains of 8th victim of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur found buried in Toronto ravine
The lead Bruce McArthur investigator says police have found the remains of Majeed Kayhan, the latest to be identified in the serial killer case involving the Toronto landscaper.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Radiohead frontman says people 'not being held accountable' after stage collapse 6 years ago
"The people who should be held accountable are still not being held accountable — in your city," said Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke during a show at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Indigenous 'man of the hole' has lived alone in Amazon rainforest 22 years
A Brazilian government agency has released footage of an Indigenous man who is believed to have lived in isolation, uncontacted, in the rainforest for 22 years.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Aeroplan to launch charter airline after Air Canada partnership ends
Aeroplan aims to get into the airline business by offering charter flights to its most popular destinations as the loyalty program prepares for the end of its exclusive partnership with Air Canada in 2020.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Aimia shares surge after it announced Aeroplan program changes in 2020
?Aeroplan's parent company received its biggest boost since announcing a change in CEO in April after its shares surged more than eight per cent Friday after it unveiled changes to the loyalty program once its exclusive partnership with Air Canada ends in 2020.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

On the menu for asylum seekers — meals that meet religious needs
The Canada Border Services Agency is making sure religious dietary concerns are respected when asylum seekers are taken into custody after walking into Canada and spent about $770,000 on meals in the 2017-18 fiscal year.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Pet therapy should be more than bonus treatment — it should be standard practice
In many provinces, these programs often fall outside the purview of universal health care, despite evidence that public funding for many of these services would reduce overall health care costs downstream.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Military is off the radar of most Canadians: DND poll
New public opinion research shows awareness of what the Canadian military does is low among the general public and "virtually non-existent" among young people.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Loblaws mails $25 gift cards to shoppers who refused to send ID for price-fixing compensation
Loblaws has sent $25 gift cards to some customers who never expected to get one after they refused to send the retailer a copy of their ID. The cards are compensation for Loblaws's role in a national bread price-fixing scandal.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Free the beer: Premiers reach deal to allow more booze across provincial borders
The amount of liquor individuals can bring across a provincial boundary for personal use is set to double, following a deal struck at the Council of the Federation meetings late Thursday in Saint Andrews, N.B.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

How a carbon tax will affect Canadians is difficult to predict
Every jurisdiction in Canada could have some kind of carbon pricing scheme implemented soon. But how that will affect average Canadians, particularly in the pocketbook, can be difficult to forecast.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

How new telescope technology captured this image of Neptune from down here on Earth
It's big, cold, blue and 4.3 billion kilometres away. But astronomers using new optics technology have taken an image of Neptune that is nearly as sharp as those taken from the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Suspect confesses in killing of Olympic figure skater Denis Ten
One of two men detained in Kazakhstan on suspicion of killing Olympic figure skating medallist Denis Ten has confessed, authorities said Friday.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 20, 2018

Suspect detained in killing of Olympic figure skating star
Kazakh media say a suspect has been detained in relation to the killing of Olympic figure skating medallist Denis Ten, and that another has been identified.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

9 relatives feared among 17 killed in Missouri tourist boat accident
Divers on Friday pulled the last four bodies from the wreckage of a "duck boat" that capsized in a storm on a Missouri lake, killing 17 people.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

11 dead after Missouri tourist boat accident, sheriff says
At least 11 people, including children, died after a boat carrying tourists on a Missouri lake capsized and sank Thursday night, the local sheriff said.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

13 dead after Missouri tourist boat accident
Authorities said divers have found two more bodies after a boat carrying tourists capsized and sank in a Missouri lake, bringing the death toll to 13.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

13 dead after Missouri tourist boat accident, sheriff says
Authorities said divers have found two more bodies after a boat carrying tourists capsized and sank on a Missouri lake, bringing the death toll to 13.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

13 dead after Missouri tourist boat sinks in storm near Branson
Divers continue to search for four people still missing after a boat carrying tourists capsized in high winds on a Missouri lake, killing at least 13 people.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

17 dead after amphibious tourist boat sinks in Missouri storm
Divers on Friday pulled the last four bodies from the wreckage of a "duck boat" that capsized in a storm on a Missouri lake, killing 17 people.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

8 dead after Missouri tourist boat accident, sheriff says
A tourist boat apparently capsized on a lake Thursday night in Missouri, leaving at least eight people dead and several others hospitalized, a sheriff said.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

More Canadian stroke patients could get clot-grabbing treatment
People living in remote communities or who suffer an ischemic stroke while asleep could benefit from new 24-hour time frame for endovascular thrombectomy, Heart and Stroke Foundation says.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Driver charged for 'intentionally' hitting 85-year-old
A 60-year-old woman has been charged with aggravated assault after an 85-year-old woman was struck by a vehicle Wednesday at a west Edmonton KFC restaurant.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Driver, 60, charged for 'intentionally' hitting 85-year-old pedestrian
A 60-year-old woman has been charged with aggravated assault after an 85-year-old woman was struck by a vehicle Wednesday at a west Edmonton KFC restaurant.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Premiers set for fall meeting with Trudeau to discuss trade
Premiers end their first day at the Council of the Federation after talks focused on economic issues, and with a call for more talks — this time, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Iowa cities assess damage after tornadoes injure 17
A flurry of tornadoes that formed unexpectedly swept through central Iowa Thursday, injuring at least 17 people, flattening buildings in three cities and forcing the evacuation of a hospital.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

At least 17 injured after tornadoes hit Iowa cities
A flurry of tornadoes that formed unexpectedly swept through central Iowa Thursday, injuring at least 17 people, flattening buildings in three cities and forcing the evacuation of a hospital.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Tornado hits factory in Iowa, some injuries reported
A tornado slammed into an agricultural machinery plant in Iowa as some people were working on Thursday and police said a number of people were taken to a local hospital.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Police ID'd Russians for Skripal poisonings: British media
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Republicans block attempt to subpoena Trump-Putin translator
Republicans on the U.S. House intelligence committee have blocked a move to subpoena the U.S. translator from the Helsinki summit to testify about the private talks between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Trump asks aide to invite Putin to Washington
U.S. President Donald Trump has asked national security adviser John Bolton to invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to Washington in the fall.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Trump invites Putin to White House amid fallout of first summit
Unbowed by swirling criticism of his summit encounter with Vladimir Putin, U.S. President Donald Trump swiftly invited the Russian leader to the White House this fall for a second get-together.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Trump now 'disagrees' with Putin's proposal to interview Americans
The White House says U.S. President Donald Trump "disagrees" with Russian President Vladimir Putin's offer to allow the U.S. access to Russians accused of interfering in the 2016 election, in exchange for interviews of Americans the Kremlin accuses of unspecified crimes.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

U.S. Senate goes on record against Putin pitch to interview Americans
The U.S. Senate has overwhelmingly approved a resolution against allowing Russia to question former U.S. ambassador Michael McFaul or other U.S. officials. It was a formal rebuke to President Donald Trump, who touted the offer at the Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

NDP MP Christine Moore cleared of sexual misconduct claims, will remain in caucus
Quebec MP Christine Moore will remain in the NDP caucus and resume her parliamentary duties after an independent investigation found she did not engage in sexual harassment or abuse her authority as an MP, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said today. Moore will respond at 2:15 p.m. ET and CBCNews.ca will carry it live.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

NDP MP Christine Moore cleared on sexual misconduct claims, will remain in caucus
Quebec MP Christine Moore will remain in the NDP caucus and resume her parliamentary duties after an independent investigation found that she did not engage in sexual harassment or abuse her authority as an MP, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said today.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Montenegro, in apparent rebuke to Trump, says it cherishes 'values of democracy'
Montenegro contributes to peace and security in Europe, the government of the recent NATO member said on Thursday, responding to a suggestion by U.S. President Donald Trump that the small republic was not worth defending against attack.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Decision in Dellen Millard murder trial in Toronto delayed until fall
A decision in Dellen Millard's first-degree murder trial in the death of his father, Wayne Millard, in Toronto has been delayed until this fall.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

B.C. wildfire doubles in size overnight, but no new evacuations ordered
A wildfire threatening homes in B.C.'s Okanagan Valley nearly doubled in size overnight, officials are reporting on Thursday morning.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

B.C. wildfires spread smoke, traffic chaos throughout Okanagan region
Smoke is blanketing B.C.'s Okanagan Valley as several fires continue to burn out of control in the region, jamming traffic on the main highway.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

B.C. wildfires trigger evacuations, highway closures in Okanagan
Wildfires in B.C.'s Okanagan Valley have forced the evacuation of dozens of properties and temporarily closed the main highway through the region on Wednesday.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Lightning-caused wildfires in B.C.'s Okanagan prompt evacuations, traffic chaos
Several lightning-caused wildfires continue to burn out of control in B.C.'s Okanagan Valley prompting evacuation orders and closing the main highway.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Olympic figure skating medallist Denis Ten stabbed to death
Prosecutors in Kazakhstan say Olympic figure skating medallist Denis Ten has been killed, and they are treating the case as murder. Kazakh news agencies report Ten was stabbed Thursday after a dispute with people who tried to steal a mirror from his car.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

ER doc who treated 1 of Wettlaufer's victims testifies at inquiry
An emergency room doctor who suggested a coroner should investigate because something wasn't right about an elderly woman's death will testify at the Ontario inquiry looking into disgraced nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer's behaviour on the job.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

ER doc who treated serial killer Wettlaufer's victim to testify at inquiry
An emergency room doctor who suggested a coroner should investigate because something wasn't right about an elderly woman's death will testify at the Ontario inquiry looking into disgraced nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer's behaviour on the job.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

If U.S. slaps tariff on autos Canada will slap back, ambassador tells Washington hearing
Manufacturers, suppliers, car dealers and foreign diplomats will line up to testify today at a Washington hearing to try to head off auto tariffs, a move that even automakers in the U.S. are asking the administration not to implement.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

'I'm hoping it's just bluster:' Automakers plead with U.S. government not to impose import tariffs
Manufacturers, suppliers, car dealers and foreign diplomats will line up to testify today at a Washington hearing to try to head off auto tariffs, a move that even automakers in the U.S. are asking the administration not to implement.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Border agency to announce new alternatives to immigration detention
Canada's border agency is set to announce changes aimed at releasing more immigration detainees safely into the community.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Astronomers spy nearby star that could be eating a planet
A nearby baby star suddenly started looking a bit strange last year. Now astronomers think they know why -- it's in the process of eating a planet.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Israel passes Jewish nation-state bill after contentious session in Knesset
Israel's parliament approved controversial legislation on Thursday that defines the country as the nation-state of the Jewish people, but critics warn that it marginalizes minorities.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Man arrested for attempted murder after 5-year-old's disappearance
Police arrest a 28-year-old man for attempted murder after a five-year-old boy went missing Thursday morning from his Brampton, Ont., home.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Brampton, Ont., boy who went missing from home now in hospital with life-threatening injuries
A five-year-old Brampton, Ont., boy found this morning near his home has been sent to hospital with life-threatening injuries after he went missing from the residence.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Brampton, Ont., boy who went missing from home now in hospital with life-threatening injury
A five-year-old Brampton, Ont., boy found this morning near his home has been sent to hospital with life-threatening injuries after he went missing from the residence.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Carbon tax debate could distract from premiers' united front on trade
Chair Brian Gallant wanted this summer's Council of the Federation talks to focus on trade issues. But Saskatchewan and Ontario appear keen to spotlight their looming fight with the federal government over imposing a carbon tax.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Family's $500K inheritance seized by U.S. border officials
An Ottawa man acting as an executor of a will says TD Canada Trust gave him "faulty advice" to mail $500,000 in bank drafts to family members in the U.S. — a move that caught the attention of U.S. border officials, who seized the money. Executor David Saikaley worries the family may never see that money.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

As tariff hearings begin in D.C., Canada's car industry may find itself next victim of Trump trade war
Expect Canadian and Mexican voices at the Washington hearings to be drowned out by U.S. industry groups terrified of going the same way as Harley-Davidson and American soy farmers.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

'Inexcusable' mistakes: Radiohead still wants answers 6 years after fatal stage collapse in Toronto
Radiohead drummer Philip Selway is calling the mistakes outlined in a report into the fatal 2012 Toronto stage collapse that killed the band's drum technician "inexcusable."



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

'We have to start getting used to it': Record-breaking temperatures heating up the globe
No better time than during a global heat wave to take a closer look at the world's changing climate, for which record-breaking temperatures and extreme weather are the "new normal," experts say.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Single-sport kids feeling the strain of specialization, experts say
A growing body of research suggests early sports specialization — spending eight months or more a year playing a single sport — can do young athletes more physical harm than good.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Ontario joins Saskatchewan in opposing federal carbon tax plan
Premier Doug Ford announced Thursday that Ontario will intervene in support of Saskatchewan's court reference case, challenging the federal government's right to impose a carbon tax on provinces that don't comply with its climate change plan.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Ontario to back Saskatchewan court reference on federal carbon tax plan
Premier Doug Ford announced Thursday that Ontario will intervene in support of Saskatchewan's court reference case, challenging the federal government's right to impose a carbon tax on provinces that don't comply with its climate change plan.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Quebec police officer found guilty in connection with death of 5-year-old boy
Patrick Ouellet, a Quebec provincial police officer, has been found guilty of dangerous driving causing death in connection with the death of a five-year-old boy. He was driving more than 100 km/h in a 50-km/h zone.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Where will the 2019 election be decided? Trudeau's cabinet shuffle offers his bets
Justin Trudeau prepares for the next vote with three new ministers in the electorally decisive Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Trudeau's cabinet shuffle shows where Liberals think 2019 election will be decided
Justin Trudeau prepares for the next vote with three new ministers in the electorally decisive Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

U.S. carmakers could be next victims of Trump's 'easy to win' trade war: Don Pittis
Expect Canadian and Mexican voices at the Washington hearings to be drowned out by U.S. industry groups terrified of going the same way as Harley-Davidson and American soy farmers.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

U.S. industries some of the loudest voices opposing Trump's 25% auto tariff plan: Don Pittis
Expect Canadian and Mexican voices at the Washington hearings to be drowned out by U.S. industry groups terrified of going the same way as Harley-Davidson and American soy farmers.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 19, 2018

Survivors of Larry Nassar's sex abuse join hands, accept courage award at ESPYs
More than 140 survivors of sexual abuse by a former team doctor for USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University joined hands on stage to be honoured with the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage at the ESPYs.



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2018

White House mulls Putin's proposal for tit-for-tat questioning
Russian President Vladimir Putin suggested that he would let U.S. investigators be present for questioning of 12 Russian intelligence officers accused of interfering in the 2016 U.S. election if Russians could do the same for Americans they accuse of 'illegal activities.'



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2018

White House weighs Putin proposal on questioning U.S. officials
Russian President Vladimir Putin suggested that he would let U.S. investigators be present for questioning of 12 Russian intelligence officers accused of interfering in the 2016 U.S. election if Russians could do the same for Americans they accuse of 'illegal activities.'



CBC Top Stories
Jul 18, 2018

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