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May 19, 2019

'It means a lot to me': Why Game of Thrones finale is hitting fans hard
The hit fantasy series Game of Thrones has set such a high bar for cinematic storytelling and character development on television that it might have a tough time living up to expectations as the series draws to a close Sunday after eight seasons.



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May 19, 2019

How a new mall in New York City is hoping to reverse the 'retail apocalypse'
As stores shut down in record numbers in the U.S., in part due to the growth of online shopping, landlords are having to get creative to attract shoppers. A new development in New York City is going to the source of the disruption by recruiting brands that started online to open up shop in its mall.



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May 19, 2019

Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett offers an intimate look behind the scenes of his presidency
Former presidential senior advisor Valerie Jarrett talks about her unique relationship with the Obama family, her time in the White House, the challenges they faced - and the tweet that ended Roseanne Barr's career.



CBC Top Stories
May 19, 2019

Revamped citizenship guide still a work in progress as election nears
A promised overhaul of Canada's citizenship guide remains a work in progress with just months left in the Liberal mandate, leaving a current guide riddled with historical gaps and outdated information.



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May 19, 2019

The psychology behind why few of us feel rich
It's human nature to compare ourselves to others and when it comes to money, social psychologists say most people have a big blind spot — we only compare upward to those who have more than us.



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May 19, 2019

Lines and heavy security as Indians vote in final phase of world's largest election
Indians lined up to vote amid unprecedented security in the eastern state of West Bengal on Sunday as the final phase of a massive, staggered election got underway to decide whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi returns for a second term.



CBC Top Stories
May 18, 2019

5 foreign tourists killed in private plane crash in Honduras
Five foreigners including the pilot died on Saturday when their private plane crashed into the sea shortly after taking off from Roatan island, a tourist destination on the Atlantic coast of Honduras, local authorities said.



CBC Top Stories
May 18, 2019

Duncan Laurence of the Netherlands wins 2019 Eurovision with piano ballad
Duncan Laurence's doleful piano ballad Arcade was tapped as an early front-runner before Saturday's Grand Final. But it had to rely on the fan vote to secure the country's fifth win in the competition.



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May 18, 2019

Arnold Schwarzenegger kicked from behind at event in South Africa
An unknown man assaulted actor Arnold Schwarzenegger during a public appearance in South Africa on Saturday, but the 71-year-old appeared to quickly recover and said "I'm just glad the idiot didn't interrupt my Snapchat."



CBC Top Stories
May 18, 2019

Prince William says Diana's death was 'pain like no other'
Prince William has spoken candidly about the death of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, describing his bereavement as a "pain like no other pain."



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May 18, 2019

War without a plan: Iraq invasion supporter David Frum on why a U.S. war with Iran would be a disaster
Atlantic staff writer David Frum was a vocal supporter of the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. As President George W. Bush's speech writer, he helped pen the famous "Axis of Evil" speech, which included Iran. But he has since expressed regret for supporting that invasion and now says that any war with Iran will be an even bigger, more destructive mistake.



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May 18, 2019

Australia's conservatives relish unexpected 3rd term win
Australia's conservative government celebrated its surprise election victory that defied years of unfavorable opinion polls, with U.S. and Israeli leaders welcoming Prime Minister Scott Morrison's return to office.



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May 18, 2019

Australia's ruling conservative coalition elected to surprise 3rd term
Australia's ruling conservative coalition has won a surprise victory in the country's general election, defying opinion polls that had tipped the centre-left opposition party to oust it from power.



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May 18, 2019

Australian Labor leader concedes election defeat to incumbent PM
Australian opposition leader Bill Shorten has conceded defeat to Prime Minister Scott Morrison in the country's general election.



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May 18, 2019

'Full steam ahead' on trade deal now that tariffs are lifted, Freeland says
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says the government is going "full steam ahead" with ratifying the new NAFTA trade deal now that metal tariffs are out of the way. 



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May 18, 2019

Toronto police collect 2,700 firearms through gun buyback program
Toronto police say they have received more than 2,700 unwanted guns from city residents through a gun buyback program that wrapped up Friday.



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May 18, 2019

'Stem cell' therapies offered at private clinics need to be approved as drugs, Health Canada says
Across Canada, private clinics charge thousands of dollars for injections and IV therapies using what they claim are stem cells. This week, Health Canada ruled that those cell therapies are drugs that must be approved. But so far, the agency has not ordered clinics to stop doing the procedures.



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May 18, 2019

Austrian leader calls for early election after vice-chancellor resigns in corruption scandal
Austrian vice-chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache resigned Saturday after two German publications showed video of him apparently offering government contracts to a purported Russian investor.



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May 18, 2019

Austrian vice-chancellor's resignation over corruption scandal prompts election call
Austrian vice-chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache resigned Saturday after two German publications showed video of him apparently offering government contracts to a purported Russian investor.



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May 18, 2019

With Trudeau's leadership under fire, Liberals try to regroup before October
Federal and provincial Liberals who spoke to CBC News concede what was unthinkable just months ago — that in the wake of the SNC-Lavalin controversy, Justin Trudeau's leadership has gone from one of the party's greatest strengths to one of its biggest liabilities.



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May 18, 2019

Why a community protest over a church should worry Russia's Kremlin
Authorities in Russia's Yekaterinburg have called a truce with protestors over building a new church in a popular park - but that's unlikely to quell a broader discontent by people who believe they are being ignored by their leaders.



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May 18, 2019

What didn't happen in the N.L. election — and why that matters
The PCs didn't win and the NDP didn't tank - and other interesting non-results from the N.L election.



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May 18, 2019

Not your 'grandmother's museum': How Canada's major art galleries are chasing youth
In the age of Instagram and Fortnite, galleries and museums are fighting for attention — and revenue. Here is a look at the bold steps several Canadian institutions are taking to attract new audiences.



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May 18, 2019

Backlash against cashless stores as more U.S. jurisdictions require businesses to accept bills
Cashless society is "a long ways away" as San Francisco becomes the latest U.S. jurisdiction to ban cashless stores, which some say are a form of discrimination.



CBC Top Stories
May 18, 2019

Backlash against cashless stores as more U.S. jurisdictions require businesses to accept cash
Cashless society is "a long ways away" as San Francisco becomes the latest U.S. jurisdiction to ban cashless stores, which some say are a form of discrimination.



CBC Top Stories
May 18, 2019

Backlash against cashless, as more U.S. jurisdictions require businesses to accept cash
Cashless society is "a long ways away" as San Francisco becomes the latest U.S. jurisdiction to ban cashless stores, which some say are a form of discrimination.



CBC Top Stories
May 18, 2019

Abortion barriers in Canada are back in spotlight following passage of abortion bans in U.S.
While abortion remains legal in Canada, some abortion rights advocates say women continue to face hurdles in accessing the procedure.



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May 18, 2019

How a plan by 2 oligarchs for a church stirred grassroots activism in a Russian city
Authorities in Russia's Yekaterinburg have called a truce with protestors over building a new church in a popular park - but that's unlikely to quell a broader discontent by people who believe they are being ignored by their leaders.



CBC Top Stories
May 18, 2019

In tight labour market, restaurants turn to tech for help
Canada added more jobs last month than it has in decades — good news for job-seekers and the economy. But the tight labour market makes finding and keeping workers a struggle for some sectors, including the restaurant business, where some owners are turning to technology for help.



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May 18, 2019

Legal in Canada, but barriers to abortion remain, advocates say
While abortion remains legal in Canada, some abortion rights advocates say women continue to face hurdles in accessing the procedure.



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May 18, 2019

Parliament Hill excavation uncovers pre-Confederation military complex
Buried beneath the flowers, trees and statues dotting the grounds of Parliament Hill are the remnants of a military complex that predates both Confederation and the founding of Ottawa.



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May 18, 2019

Watch as orcas surround a sailboat near B.C. shore and delight all on board
Bradford McArthur was on a sailboat last week when a pod of killer whales swam around and underneath the vessel, including one with a freshly caught seal in its mouth.



CBC Top Stories
May 17, 2019

Genocide against Indigenous Peoples recognized by Museum for Human Rights
The Canadian Museum of Human Rights in Winnipeg now deems the treatment of Indigenous Peoples in Canada as genocide, a change in position following criticism. Previously, the museum had said Indigenous Peoples faced cultural genocide rather than genocide.



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May 17, 2019

'It was my decision and my responsibility': Vance speaks on suspension of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman
The country's top military commander said there was no political input into his decision to suspend Vice-Admiral Mark Norman from his post over two years ago.



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May 17, 2019

'Typical Liberal desperation': Scheer insists he won't reopen abortion debate
Andrew Scheer is moving to shut down the Liberals' new line of attack after several of his MPs attended an anti-abortion rally and some American states moved to criminalize abortions.



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May 17, 2019

'It's everything we've always asked for': Steel and aluminum industries welcome end of tariffs
Representatives from Canada's steel and aluminum industries welcomed news on Friday that the government has struck a deal with the U.S. that will bring an end to tariffs on the two metals when they are exported to America.



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May 17, 2019

'I don't give a s--t': Police release 911 call complaining about Amber Alert
Niagara Regional Police have released the audio of a 911 call in which the caller swore at the operator and complained about an Amber Alert message on his phone.



CBC Top Stories
May 17, 2019

'I don't give a shit': Police release 911 call complaining about Amber Alert
Niagara Regional Police have released the audio of a 911 call in which the caller swore at the operator and complained about an Amber Alert message on his phone.



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May 17, 2019

Former polygamous leader found guilty in child-bride case
B.C. Supreme Court has found James Oler guilty of taking an underage girl from Canada to marry a member of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the U.S.



CBC Top Stories
May 17, 2019

Canada, U.S. close to steel and aluminum tariff deal: source
Canada and the U.S. are close to reaching a deal to remove steel and aluminum tariffs, CBC News has learned.



CBC Top Stories
May 17, 2019

Canada, U.S. close to steel and aluminum tariff deal: sources
Canada and the U.S. are close to reaching a deal to remove steel and aluminum tariffs, CBC News has learned.



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May 17, 2019

Canada, U.S. reach deal to lift steel and aluminum tariffs
The nearly year-long tariff tiff between Canada and the U.S. is almost over. The Canadian government released a statement Friday saying the two sides have agreed to eliminate the tariffs within two days.



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May 17, 2019

Canada, U.S. reach deal to lift steel and aluminum tariffs within 2 days
The nearly year-long tariff war between Canada and the U.S. is almost over. The Canadian government released a statement Friday saying the two sides have agreed to eliminate the tariffs within two days.



CBC Top Stories
May 17, 2019

Canada, U.S. reach deal to lift steel and aluminum tariffs within two days
The nearly year-long tariff war between Canada and the U.S. is almost over. The Canadian government released a statement Friday saying the two sides have agreed to eliminate the tariffs within two days.



CBC Top Stories
May 17, 2019

Canada, U.S. reach deal to lift steel and aluminum tariffs: sources
Canada and the U.S. have reached a deal to remove steel and aluminum tariffs, CBC News has learned.



CBC Top Stories
May 17, 2019

'Absolutely disgusting:' Victim concerned about pedophile's online profile
A Saskatchewan man who was the victim of a notorious pedophile says it's disgusting and a risk to the public that his abuser has a profile on a pen-pal website for inmates.   



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May 17, 2019

Internet star Grumpy Cat dead at 7
Posting on social media Friday, Grumpy Cat's owners wrote she experienced complications from a urinary tract infection and "passed away peacefully" Tuesday "in the arms of her mommy."



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May 17, 2019

U.K. cross-party Brexit talks break down
Cross-party talks in Britain aimed at striking a compromise Brexit deal have broken down without agreement.



CBC Top Stories
May 17, 2019

'Just insane': Expedia charges Manitoba man $200 for hotel room — plus $6K in taxes and fees
A Manitoba man who was billed over $6,000 for a one-night hotel stay, with only $200 charged for the room itself, says he'll never use Expedia again.



CBC Top Stories
May 17, 2019

Lawrencetown, N.S., tries new co-op approach, adding to Canada's fee-for-service health-care controversy
An Annapolis Valley community is trying a new approach to connect residents with medical services, but not everyone agrees with this idea to address Nova Scotia's shortage of rural family doctors. 



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May 17, 2019

N.S. village plans to open a medical clinic co-operative, with a monthly fee for care
An Annapolis Valley community is trying a new approach to connect residents with medical services, but not everyone agrees with this idea to address Nova Scotia's shortage of rural family doctors. 



CBC Top Stories
May 17, 2019

'The battle is still on': Fake news rages in India's 'WhatsApp' elections
As hundreds of millions of Indians vote in the country's massive staggered election, journalists and civil society groups are working overtime to try and fight back against fast-moving falsehoods that some fear could alter the outcome of the vote.



CBC Top Stories
May 17, 2019

'The battle is still on': Fake news rages in India's WhatsApp elections
As hundreds of millions of Indians vote in the country's massive staggered election, journalists and civil society groups are working overtime to try and fight back against fast-moving falsehoods that some fear could alter the outcome of the vote.



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May 17, 2019

Electric-car rebates: More than free money?
In this week's issue of our environment newsletter, we examine what electric-car rebates are meant to achieve, and find out more about how to chemically recycle plastic.



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May 17, 2019

Eurovision in Israel: Calls for a boycott as festival comes to a close
As singers from 42 nations prepare for the Saturday finale of the Eurovision Song Contest in Tel Aviv, a familiar refrain is once again being heard: cultural festivals in Israel these days almost always come with calls to boycott the country for its treatment of the Palestinians.



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May 17, 2019

John Bolton, the Saudis and the hawkish forces pushing the White House toward a war with Iran
The U.S. appears to be inching dangerously close to a conflict with Iran. Matt Kwong looks at the advisers and allies who may be encouraging the escalation.



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May 17, 2019

How concern about climate change could decide Australia's election
Climate change has become a key election issue in Australia, a country that's one of the largest exporters of coal and natural gas in the world. Nearly one-third of voters rated climate change as the top concern ahead of Saturday's federal vote, according to one recent survey.



CBC Top Stories
May 17, 2019

Weight loss 'grants' program fails to pay up after participants shed pounds
Some Canadians who responded to national TV and radio ads that promised to pay people to lose weight say when it came time to deliver, the so-called Weight Loss Grants Program wouldn't pay out, or dragged claims out for months before cutting a cheque.



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May 17, 2019

What the Boeing Max 8 groundings could mean for summer travel
With the holidays beckoning, airlines, analysts and travel agents weigh in on what flyers can expect this summer with the Boeing Max 8 jetliners still grounded.



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May 17, 2019

Why doctors now warn against routinely treating mild thyroid issues
Giving daily levothyroxine pills to people with a mild abnormality called subclinical hypothyroidism offers no benefit, a review of 21 clinical trials suggests.



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May 17, 2019

Taiwan approves same-sex marriage in first for Asia
The vote allows same-sex couples full legal marriage rights, including in areas such as taxes, insurance and child custody.



CBC Top Stories
May 16, 2019

Bruins sweep Hurricanes to secure spot in Stanley Cup final
Tuukka Rask posted his seventh career playoff shutout, and the Boston Bruins swept the Carolina Hurricanes out of the Eastern Conference final, winning 4-0 on Thursday night to reach their third Stanley Cup final in nine years.



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May 16, 2019

'I wanted to pay tribute': Raptors fan immortalizes Kawhi Leonard's iconic buzzer-beater with a tattoo
Ian Maningas has been a fan of the Toronto Raptors his whole life — and after Kawhi Leonard's miraculous buzzer-beating shot sent the whole city into rapture last Sunday, he wanted to remember it forever.



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May 16, 2019

Liberals to hold government in N.L., CBC projects
Dwight Ball and his Liberals will form another government in Newfoundland and Labrador, CBC News projects.



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May 16, 2019

Liberals to hold minority government in N.L., CBC projects
Dwight Ball and his Liberals will form a minority government in Newfoundland and Labrador, CBC News projects.



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May 16, 2019

Liberals to hold minority government in N.L., PCs not conceding defeat
Dwight Ball and his Liberal Party will form a minority government in Newfoundland and Labrador, but the Opposition leader is already mounting an attack against his leadership.



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May 16, 2019

Kovrig is 'holding up as well as one could hope for,' says Canadian detainee's boss
After 158 days in Chinese captivity, Canadian Michael Kovrig is doing everything he can to keep his mind focused enough to avoid falling into despair and hopelessness, says his boss.



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May 16, 2019

I.M. Pei, architect of Louvre Pyramid, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, dead at 102
I.M. Pei, whose modern designs and high-profile projects made him one of the best-known and most prolific architects of the 20th century, has died at the age of 102.



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May 16, 2019

'Basically rotting alive': Family shocked by massive bedsore threatening man's life
For months, a bedsore silently formed on Bob Wilson's backside while he lay in a hospital bed in Burlington, Ont. Now the hospital has apologized and is investigating, but his family remains horrified and racked with guilt.



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May 16, 2019

Liberals block opposition bid to bring Mark Norman before committee to testify
The Liberal-dominated House of Commons defence committee has blocked a pitch by opposition MPs for a committee probe of the criminal case against Vice-Admiral Mark Norman.



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May 16, 2019

'That's going to blow': N.L. cabbie saves 4 people from car before it bursts into flames
A Newfoundland cabbie who rescued four people from a car before it erupted in flames says people are making too much of a fuss over a simple act of human decency.



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May 16, 2019

Trump lays out plan to overhaul 'totally dysfunctional' U.S. immigration system
U.S. President Donald Trump says he wants to overhaul the country's immigration system to favour young, educated, English-speaking applicants with job offers instead of people with family ties to Americans — a plan with little chance of advancing in Congress.



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May 16, 2019

Trump proposes new U.S. immigration plan favouring skills over family ties
U.S. President Donald Trump says he wants to overhaul the country's immigration system to favour young, educated, English-speaking applicants with job offers instead of people with family ties to Americans — a plan with little chance of advancing in Congress.



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May 16, 2019

Duterte rages at 'matrix' of enemies, Philippine corruption, Canadian trash
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte strengthens hold on power; economic and environmental issues are forcing federal parties to make hard choices; at SickKids hospital, clowning around is encouraged.



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May 16, 2019

Scheer pitches east-west energy corridor, blasts Trudeau for 'all-out attack' on oil
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said today he wants to do away with many of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's economic initiatives — with the notable exception of the Canada Child Benefit — as he looks to balance the federal books and jump-start economic activity in Western Canada.



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May 16, 2019

Scheer vows to build east-west energy corridor, blasts Trudeau for 'all-out attack' on oil
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said today he wants to do away with many of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's economic initiatives — with the notable exception of the Canada Child Benefit — as he looks to balance the federal books and jump-start economic activity in Western Canada.



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May 16, 2019

Trudeau 'disappointed' by 'backsliding' on abortion rights in U.S.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today he is "deeply disappointed" by "backsliding" on abortion rights in the U.S. and around the world, and promised that Canada will remain a staunch defender of a woman's right to choose.



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May 16, 2019

'I'm lucky,' says farmer who cut off his own trapped leg with a pocket knife
WARNING: This story contains disturbing details. A Nebraska farmer who cut off his own leg with a pocket knife after getting trapped in a grain auger says his injury is "just a scratch compared to some what some people have gone through."



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May 16, 2019

Phoenix pay system cost could total $2.6B before cheaper replacement ready
The troubled Phoenix pay system for Canadian public servants will need over a billion more dollars to fix once and for all, a process that could take another four years, a federal watchdog says.



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May 16, 2019

Phoenix pay system could cost as much as $2.6B
The troubled Phoenix pay system for Canadian public servants will need over a billion more dollars to fix once and for all, a process that could take another four years, a federal watchdog says.



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May 16, 2019

Trudeau warns of 'meaningful financial consequences' for social media giants that don't combat hate speech
The federal government says it will launch a new digital charter that will dictate how the country will combat hate speech, misinformation and online electoral interference in Canada.



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May 16, 2019

Air Canada in exclusive talks to buy Air Transat
Air Canada is in exclusive negotiations to buy the company that owns Air Transat, the two companies say.



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May 16, 2019

Allstate whistleblower facing $700K lawsuit says insurance giant trying to silence her
A former Allstate Insurance Canada employee who launched a wrongful dismissal suit and had publicly criticized a practice she called discriminatory is defending herself against an Allstate counterclaim that could cost her more than $700,000 in damages.



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May 16, 2019

Nova Scotia woman 'played dead' during knife attack on Virginia trail
A Nova Scotia woman suffered multiple stab wounds and an American man was killed in an attack by a man allegedly wielding a knife on a Virginia hiking trail. A West Yarmouth, Mass., man has been charged with murder and assault with the intent to murder.



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May 16, 2019

China arrests 2 Canadians on spy charges after months of detention
Chinese authorities have formally arrested two Canadians on state secrets charges, the government said on Thursday, in what is likely to further increase tension between Ottawa and Beijing.



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May 16, 2019

China formally arrests 2 Canadians after months of detention
Chinese authorities have formally arrested two Canadians and are accusing them of crimes related to national security, likely further increasing tension between Ottawa and Beijing. 



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May 16, 2019

China formally arrests Kovrig and Spavor, accuses them of spying
Chinese authorities have formally arrested two Canadians and are accusing them of crimes related to national security, likely further increasing tension between Ottawa and Beijing. 



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May 16, 2019

China formally arrests Spavor and Kovrig, accuses them of spying
Chinese authorities have formally arrested two Canadians and are accusing them of crimes related to national security, likely further increasing tension between Ottawa and Beijing. 



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May 16, 2019

China says detained Canadians have been formally arrested
Chinese authorities have formally arrested on state secrets charges two Canadians detained last year, the government said on Thursday, in what is likely to further increase tension between Ottawa and Beijing.



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May 16, 2019

Going out with a bang: How The Big Bang Theory kept Canadians laughing for 12 seasons
The Big Bang Theory, which wraps up its 12-season run tonight, proved there was room for a traditional sitcom in a TV landscape leaning toward more cinematic dramas. 



CBC Top Stories
May 16, 2019

Mark Norman says he has 'a story to tell' - but can he tell it?
Vice-Admiral Mark Norman says he wants to tell his story — but as long as he's still in uniform, his remarks will have to be careful and measured since he is (as experts point out) still governed by military regulations.



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May 16, 2019

Mark Norman says he has 'a story to tell' — but can he tell it?
Vice-Admiral Mark Norman says he wants to tell his story — but as long as he's still in uniform, his remarks will have to be careful and measured since he is (as experts point out) still governed by military regulations.



CBC Top Stories
May 16, 2019

N.L. voters deciding today whether to return Liberals to power
People across Newfoundland and Labrador are heading to the polls today to cast their ballots in the provincial election.



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May 16, 2019

Polls close in Newfoundland and Labrador
Polls are closed and the people of Newfoundland and Labrador are waiting to see their next provincial government.



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May 16, 2019

Polls now open for 2019 N.L. election
People across Newfoundland and Labrador are now heading to the polls to cast their ballots in the provincial election.



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May 16, 2019

Polls open for 2019 N.L. election
People across Newfoundland and Labrador are heading to the polls today to cast their ballots in the provincial election.



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May 16, 2019

Voters are opting for change at a rapid clip — and that's bad news for Justin Trudeau
Not since the Great Depression disrupted sitting governments across the country has any prime minister presided over a period of such sweeping political turnover as Justin Trudeau has ahead of October's federal election.



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May 16, 2019

Voters heading to the polls for 2019 N.L. election
People across Newfoundland and Labrador head to the polls to cast their ballots in the provincial election.



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May 16, 2019

Voters in N.L. decide today whether to return Liberals to power
People across Newfoundland and Labrador are heading to the polls today to cast their ballots in the provincial election.



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May 16, 2019

What will climate change cost Canada's financial system? The Bank of Canada is about to tell us
The Bank of Canada has introduced, for the first time, the threat climate change poses to the country's financial system, in its annual Financial System Review, released today.



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