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Jan 23, 2020

The National
Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News



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Jan 23, 2020

Pierre Poilievre won't enter Conservative leadership race
Long-time Ontario MP Pierre Poilievre announced today he will not run for the Conservative Party leadership, saying it would be too tough on his family at this time.



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Jan 23, 2020

Poilievre won't enter Conservative leadership race
Long-time Ontario MP Pierre Poilievre will not run for the Conservative Party leadership, multiple sources have told CBC News.



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Jan 23, 2020

Brexit bill becomes law, paving the way for Britain to leave the EU next week
Britain's delayed and disputed Brexit bill became law on Thursday, removing the last parliamentary obstacle to leaving the European Union in just over a week.



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Jan 23, 2020

'Right needs to be done': Meng Wanzhou's lawyers make final pitch to judge
A lawyer for Meng Wanzhou made a final pitch against extradition Thursday to the B.C. Supreme Court judge tasked with weighing the Huawei executive's fate. But Richard Peck said he was asking for more than just justice.



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Jan 23, 2020

Jim Lehrer, longtime PBS anchor and journalist, dead at 85
Jim Lehrer, co-host and later host of the nightly PBS NewsHour that for decades offered a thoughtful take on current events, has died, PBS said Thursday. He was 85.



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Jan 23, 2020

Actress Annabella Sciorra testifies that Harvey Weinstein raped her
Actress Annabella Sciorra confronted Harvey Weinstein from the witness stand Thursday, telling a jury in a quivering voice that the burly Hollywood studio boss barged into her apartment in the mid-1990s, overpowered her and raped her as she tried to fight him off by kicking and punching him.



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Jan 23, 2020

Democrats resume their impeachment case against Donald Trump
Democrats are pressing forward with their case at U.S. President Donald Trump's impeachment trial on Thursday, but his fellow Republicans have shown no signs of softening their resistance to arguments for removing him from office.



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Jan 23, 2020

Democrats use words of Trump's staunchest allies to make their case in his impeachment trial
Democrats are pressing their case in the Senate for removing U.S. President Donald Trump from office by using the words of his own allies against him to show his actions were impeachable.



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Jan 23, 2020

Prominent Tories turn on leadership hopeful who calls being gay a 'choice'
Prominent Tories, including a number of Conservative leadership hopefuls, are piling on prospective candidate Richard Décarie after he called being gay a "choice" on national television.



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Jan 23, 2020

Economic ministers miss caucus meetings to attend Davos forum
As the Liberal caucus meets on Parliament Hill Thursday to plot strategy for the return of the House of Commons, three ministers with economic portfolios are absent, choosing to attend events at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, instead.



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Jan 23, 2020

For this Alberta woman, a rare, deadly parasite turned out to be good news
Alberta is a "hot spot" for rare tapeworm, with 15 of Canada's documented cases.



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Jan 23, 2020

Quebec tightens rules on adventure tourism as search for snowmobilers resumes
Quebec's tourism minister announced stricter rules and mandatory training for tourism operators Thursday, as crews continue to search for five missing tourists who fell through the ice while snowmobiling with a guide on Lac Saint-Jean.



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Jan 23, 2020

Trudeau addresses Liberal caucus ahead of return to Parliament
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses his Liberal caucus this morning as MPs meet for a two-day strategy session ahead of next week's return to Parliament.



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Jan 23, 2020

Trudeau urges MPs to move 'resolutely and rapidly' to pass North American trade deal
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau urged MPs to move "resolutely and rapidly" to ratify the new North American trade deal.



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Jan 23, 2020

UN court orders Myanmar to protect Rohingya from atrocities
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Thursday ordered Myanmar to take urgent measures to protect its Muslim Rohingya population from persecution and atrocities, and preserve evidence of alleged crimes against them.



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Jan 23, 2020

Beijing struggles to keep up with a virus  — and a nation on the move
China effectively quarantined Wuhan, cutting air and rail service to the city of 11 million people and closing down public transit within it. A government edict said citizens should not leave Wuhan unless they had "special conditions." 



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Jan 23, 2020

Alberta's looming multibillion-dollar orphan wells problem prompts auditor general probe
As Alberta struggles to clean up thousands of oil and gas wells left behind by bankrupt companies, the province's auditor general is set to investigate how the problem became so big and why the industry regulator's efforts to collect security deposits came up so short, CBC News has learned.



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Jan 23, 2020

'Alone and lost': Family of Canadian killed in Ethiopian air crash says government 'abandoned' them
A Toronto couple whose daughter died in a plane crash in March say they're heartened by what Ottawa is doing to support victims of the more recent crash in Iran — but they still feel they were abandoned by their government.



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Jan 23, 2020

Doomsday clock announcement to be made at 10 a.m.
In its annual announcement, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists will reveal the status of the Doomsday Clock at 10 a.m. Thursday morning.



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Jan 23, 2020

Doomsday Clock moved to 100 seconds to midnight
In its annual announcement, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists moved the Doomsday Clock to 100 seconds to midnight.



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Jan 23, 2020

Doomsday Clock moves ahead to 100 seconds to midnight
In its annual announcement, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists moved the Doomsday Clock ahead to 100 seconds to midnight. "We now face a true emergency — an absolutely unacceptable state of world affairs that has eliminated any margin for error or further delay," says group's leader.



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Jan 23, 2020

Online government survey on medical aid in dying sees record-breaking response
More than 225,000 Canadians have given the federal government their opinion about medical aid in dying.



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Jan 23, 2020

Millionaires at the World Economic Forum are demanding higher taxes: Don Pittis
Patriotic Millionaires, an exclusive U.S. club that also includes billionaires, released a letter at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, demanding elites add their names to a new plan to make the world a better place through tax reform.



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Jan 23, 2020

It's Stephen Harper's party - and he'll do what he wants to
The Conservative Party will need to evolve, but Stephen Harper still defines it as the party leadership race heats up, writes Kory Teneycke.



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Jan 23, 2020

It's Stephen Harper's party — and he'll do what he wants to
The Conservative Party will need to evolve, but Stephen Harper still defines it as the party leadership race heats up, writes Kory Teneycke.



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Jan 23, 2020

Quebec is up for grabs in the Conservative leadership race — and it's a prize worth grabbing
With Jean Charest out of the running, Quebec is wide open for the other candidates in the Conservative leadership race.



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Jan 23, 2020

U.S. border officers were told to target Iranian-born travellers, officer alleges in email
U.S. officers working at multiple Canada-U.S. border crossings were instructed to target and interrogate Iranian-born travellers earlier this month, said a U.S. border officer in an email obtained by CBC News. U.S. border authorities denied detaining Iranian-born travellers.



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Jan 23, 2020

Firefighting plane crashes in Australia, kills 3
Three people died when a C-130 Hercules aerial water tanker crashed while battling wildfires in the Snowy Monaro region of Australia's southern New South Wales state



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Jan 23, 2020

Firefighting plane crashes in Australia, kills 3 American volunteers
Three crew members were killed Thursday when a C-130 Hercules aerial water tanker from the Oregon subsidiary of a B.C. company crashed while battling wildfires in southeastern Australia, officials said.



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Jan 22, 2020

Shooting in downtown Seattle leaves 1 dead, 5 others wounded
At least six people have been shot in downtown Seattle , including one fatally.



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Jan 22, 2020

Shooting in downtown Seattle leaves 1 dead, 7 wounded
Multiple people opened fire outside a McDonald's in the busiest part of downtown Seattle during the evening commute Wednesday, killing one person and wounding seven others, police said.



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Jan 22, 2020

Hallmark media CEO leaves 1 month after same-sex ad backlash
The head of Hallmark's media business is leaving the company after 11 years, just a month after its flagship Hallmark Channel faced an outcry over a decision to pull an ad with a lesbian couple kissing.



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Jan 22, 2020

Rona Ambrose says she won't run for the Conservative leadership
Former interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose will not enter the race to succeed Andrew Scheer as the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. 



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Jan 22, 2020

Boeing CEO says company won't scrap 737 Max
Boeing chief executive Dave Calhoun tells reporters the U.S. planemaker expects to resume 737 Max production months before its forecasted mid-year return to service, adding it doesn't plan to suspend or cut its dividend.



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Jan 22, 2020

Social conservative MP Derek Sloan running for Conservative leadership, promises 'bold ideas'
A second Conservative MP - the relatively unknown rookie Derek Sloan - says he's jumping into the party's leadership race and is promising "bold platforms on everything."



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Jan 22, 2020

'I'm on cloud 9': Larry Walker reflects on his election to Baseball Hall of Fame
Maple Ridge, B.C.'s Larry Walker addresses the media at 3 p.m. ET following his election to the Baseball Hall of Fame, just the second Canadian player so honoured.



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Jan 22, 2020

Canada's Larry Walker chooses Rockies over Expos cap for Hall of Fame plaque
Maple Ridge, B.C.'s Larry Walker said his Hall of Fame plaque in Cooperstown will have a Colorado Rockies cap, not a Montreal Expos hat. 



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Jan 22, 2020

Volkswagen ordered to pay $196.5M after pleading guilty to all Canadian emissions-cheating charges
Volkswagen was ordered to pay a $196.5-million fine to the Canadian government after pleading guilty in a wide-ranging emissions-cheating scandal on Wednesday.



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Jan 22, 2020

Volkswagen pleads guilty to all Canadian emissions-cheating charges
Volkswagen pleaded guilty to dozens of Canadian charges in a wide-ranging emissions-cheating scandal on Wednesday, admitting — among other acts — to secretly importing cars that violated polluting standards.



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Jan 22, 2020

Remains of second Canadian PS752 crash victim returning to Canada
The remains of a second Canadian killed when Iran shot down Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752 earlier this month will arrive back in Canada today, says the federal government's point person on the crash.



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Jan 22, 2020

Opening arguments begin in Trump Senate impeachment trial
The lead Democratic prosecutor accuses U.S. President Donald Trump at his impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate of setting up a corrupt scheme to pressure Ukraine to help him win re-election next November.



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Jan 22, 2020

Democrats begin laying out their case in Trump Senate impeachment trial
The lead Democratic prosecutor accuses U.S. President Donald Trump at his impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate of setting up a corrupt scheme to pressure Ukraine to help him win re-election in November.



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Jan 22, 2020

Former soldier, alleged neo-Nazi Patrik Mathews denied bail in U.S.
Former Canadian army reservist and accused white supremacist Patrik Mathews has been denied bail in an appearance in a U.S. court.



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Jan 22, 2020

World needs to prepare for millions of climate displaced, UN says
The world needs to prepare for millions of people being driven from their homes by the impact of climate change, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees says.



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Jan 22, 2020

'People get quite upset': Sask. photographer hopes award-winning image of trapped sea turtle inspires change
A Saskatchewan man's photograph of a turtle ensnared in a fishing line in the Bahamas has captured international recognition and a prestigious photography prize.



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Jan 22, 2020

Prosecutor calls Harvey Weinstein a predator as rape trial opens
Harvey Weinstein ignited the #MeToo movement. Now, the former film titan is starring in the biggest trial of its era — a landmark moment in a global reckoning that has empowered women while shining a light on power dynamics in many workplaces.



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Jan 22, 2020

Harvey Weinstein trial begins, portraying ex-producer as predator
Harvey Weinstein ignited the #MeToo movement. Now, the former film titan is starring in the biggest trial of its era — a landmark moment in a global reckoning that has empowered women while shining a light on power dynamics in many workplaces.



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Jan 22, 2020

Harvey Weinstein trial set for opening statements
Harvey Weinstein ignited the #MeToo movement. Now, the former film titan is starring in the biggest trial of its era — a landmark moment in a global reckoning that has empowered women while shining a light on power dynamics in workplaces from Hollywood Boulevard to Main Street.



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Jan 22, 2020

Canada Reads 2020 short list, panellists revealed
Country singer George Canyon and actor Amanda Brugel from The Handmaid's Tale are the latest prominent Canadians brushing off their debate skills for Canada Reads, CBC's battle of the books.



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Jan 22, 2020

Monty Python performer and director Terry Jones dead at 77
Terry Jones, a member of the Monty Python comedy troupe, has died at 77. He had been suffering from dementia.



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Jan 22, 2020

Jagmeet Singh says NDP caucus will discuss whether to support new NAFTA
New Democrat MPs will gather in Ottawa today for a two-day planning session to prepare the reopening of the House of Commons next week.



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Jan 22, 2020

Alberta RCMP investigating whether donors to UCP 'kamikaze' campaign were defrauded
The RCMP is investigating the "kamikaze" United Conservative Party leadership campaign of Jeff Callaway for possible fraud, according to a source familiar with the investigation.



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Jan 22, 2020

Crown claims fraud 'at the heart' of case against Meng Wanzhou
A lawyer for Canada's attorney general told a B.C. Supreme Court judge Wednesday that the criminal case against Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou is a simple one of fraud.



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Jan 22, 2020

1 dead, 5 missing after snowmobilers fall through ice on Lac Saint-Jean
Emergency services and police were called to a channel at the edge of the lake after a group of European tourists plunged through the ice during a snowmobile excursion.



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Jan 22, 2020

1 dead, 5 missing after snowmobilers fall through ice on Quebec's Lac Saint-Jean
Emergency services and police were called to a channel at the edge of the lake after a group of European tourists plunged through the ice during a snowmobile excursion.



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Jan 22, 2020

'We're getting there': St. John's making headway in post-storm recovery
Taxis are on the roads and planes are taking off Wednesday morning, but life has yet to return to normal after last week's blizzard.



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Jan 22, 2020

St. John's making headway in post-storm recovery, but state of emergency remains for Thursday
Taxis are on the roads and planes were taking off Wednesday morning, but life has yet to return to normal after last week's blizzard.



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Jan 22, 2020

UN experts call for investigation after Saudis linked to Jeff Bezos phone hack
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman may have been involved in a plot to hack the phone of Amazon's billionaire boss Jeff Bezos, United Nations experts said on Wednesday.



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Jan 22, 2020

Saudi Arabia involved in Jeff Bezos phone hack, UN report will say
Two UN officials will report on Wednesday that there is enough evidence suggesting that Saudi Arabia had hacked Amazon.com Inc founder Jeff Bezos's phone and both the kingdom and the United States should investigate, a person familiar with the matter said.



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Jan 22, 2020

Saudi involved in hacking of Amazon boss Bezos' phone, UN report will say
Two UN officials will report on Wednesday that there is enough evidence suggesting that Saudi Arabia had hacked Amazon.com Inc founder Jeff Bezos' phone and both the kingdom and the United States should investigate, a person familiar with the matter said.



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Jan 22, 2020

As teen recovers from near-fatal accident, his family bonds with teen who struck him
Hanna Bordage and Alex Nelson have never met. But their lives intertwined on Jan. 8, when the car Hanna was driving slammed into Alex while he was out for a walk in the snow in Fredericton.



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Jan 22, 2020

'You could literally go around the Earth' before symptoms start: Screening for new coronavirus
Airports around the world have stepped up monitoring and checking of passengers from China for signs of illness from a new coronavirus. But there are other ways to prepare, infectious disease experts say.



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Jan 22, 2020

Trump's defenders emboldened by their certainty of a win
The crucial distinction between any other trial and the Senate's trial of Donald Trump: The verdict is effectively already in. So Republicans are dispensing with trial conventions and making their case in the court of public opinion.



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Jan 22, 2020

Trump's defenders emboldened by their certainty of a win: Keith Boag
The crucial distinction between any other trial and the Senate's trial of Donald Trump: The verdict is effectively already in. So Republicans are dispensing with trial conventions and making their case in the court of public opinion.



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Jan 22, 2020

Some of Ontario's biggest hospitals are filled beyond capacity nearly every day, new data reveal
Overcrowding has become so common in Ontario hospitals that patient beds are routinely placed in hallways and conference rooms, research by CBC News reveals.



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Jan 22, 2020

Some of Ontario's biggest hospitals are filled beyond capacity nearly every day, new data reveals
Overcrowding has become so common in Ontario hospitals that patient beds are routinely placed in hallways and conference rooms, research by CBC News reveals.



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Jan 22, 2020

Prince Harry and Meghan's arrival could mean 'new grounds' for Canada's privacy laws
British paparazzi may soon come face-to-face with Canada's privacy laws as the arrival of Prince Harry and Meghan has already prompted a warning to the U.K press to back off or face legal action.



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Jan 22, 2020

Key things to watch for in the coronavirus outbreak
As the coronavirus outbreak continues, key questions remain about the nature of the virus and how quickly and easily it can spread between people. 



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Jan 21, 2020

Air bag woes force Honda, Toyota to recall 6M vehicles
Two different air bag glitches have forced Toyota and Honda to recall over 6 million vehicles worldwide, and both problems present different dangers to motorists.



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Jan 21, 2020

Ex-reservist Patrik Mathews and others planned violent revolution, U.S. prosecutors say
A former army reservist and two other alleged members of a violent neo-Nazi group discussed "executing" a police officer to steal his weapons and "committing targeted acts of violence" at Monday's pro-gun rally in Virginia, according to documents filed Tuesday in a Maryland court.



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Jan 21, 2020

The strange tale of the paid protesters supporting Meng Wanzhou at her extradition hearing
Two young women who held signs supporting Meng outside of B.C. Supreme Court on Monday say they were recruited under false pretenses and paid for their appearance.



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Jan 21, 2020

Trump impeachment: Meet the key figures in this week's Senate trial
As the Senate impeachment trial of U.S. President Donald Trump begins in earnest this week, those arguing for and against his removal from office are gearing up for a contentious battle. We take a look at the key figures who will help determine Trump's fate.



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Jan 21, 2020

A 'second class' spy: Muslim CSIS agent alleges discrimination, abuse
A Muslim CSIS analyst is suing the spy agency, alleging he endured almost two decades of suspicion, bullying and abuse, including attacks while he prayed.



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Jan 21, 2020

Greenhouse gas 12,000 times worse than CO2 shows surprise rise in the atmosphere
A greenhouse gas that can cause 12,000 times more warming per tonne than carbon dioxide is rising unexpectedly in the atmosphere, despite reports by its major producers, China and India, that they've mostly eliminated emissions of the gas.



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Jan 21, 2020

Boeing says 737 Max won't be back in the air until summer, shares drop
Boeing Co. shares fall after the planemaker told airlines and suppliers it now forecasts it does not expect to win approval from regulators for the return of the 737 Max to service until June or July — significantly longer than some forecasts



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Jan 21, 2020

Former Quebec premier Jean Charest will not run for Conservative leadership
Former Progressive Conservative cabinet minister and Liberal premier of Quebec Jean Charest will not run for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada, he told Radio-Canada's Patrice Roy in an interview airing later today.



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Jan 21, 2020

Canada's Larry Walker elected to Baseball Hall of Fame in final year on ballot
Former Colorado Rockies and Montreal Expos star slugger Larry Walker is officially a Baseball Hall of Famer. In his final year on the ballot, the Maple Ridge, B.C., native earned 76.6 per cent of the vote to surpass the 75 per cent required for enshrinement.



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Jan 21, 2020

Larry Walker becomes 2nd Canadian elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
Former Colorado Rockies and Montreal Expos star slugger Larry Walker is officially a Baseball Hall of Famer. In his final year on the ballot, the Maple Ridge, B.C., native earned 76.6 per cent of the vote to surpass the 75 per cent required for enshrinement.



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Jan 21, 2020

Remains of one Canadian PS752 crash victim returned to Canada
The remains of one Canadian victim of the PS752 airline disaster have been returned to Canada but details are being withheld at the family's request, Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne said today.



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Jan 21, 2020

Rocker Ozzy Osbourne announces Parkinson's diagnosis
Rocker Ozzy Osbourne says he's been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, a nervous system disorder that affects movement.



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Jan 21, 2020

'He got nothing done': Hillary Clinton disparages ex-rival Sanders in documentary
Hillary Clinton criticized the campaign of her former Democratic presidential rival Bernie Sanders in a new documentary in which she says he was an ineffective U.S. senator who accomplished little because "nobody liked him."



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Jan 21, 2020

'I have not spoken to Her Majesty,' Trudeau says of security costs as Harry arrives in Canada
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday he has yet to speak to the Queen about Prince Harry and Meghan moving to Canada — and there's no agreement between Canada and the U.K. on how to pay for the security costs associated with protecting the high-profile couple.



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Jan 21, 2020

Trudeau says he hasn't spoken to Queen about security costs after Harry arrives in Canada
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday he has yet to speak to the Queen about Prince Harry and Meghan moving to Canada — and there's no agreement between Canada and the U.K. on how to pay for the security costs associated with protecting the high-profile couple.



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Jan 21, 2020

14 charged as Unifor continues to barricade Co-op Refinery in Regina
Fourteen people — including Unifor national president Jerry Dias — are facing charges after the latest escalations in a labour dispute between Unifor and the Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina.



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Jan 21, 2020

James Forcillo, ex-officer who shot and killed teen on streetcar, granted full parole
James Forcillo, the former Toronto police officer who shot teenager Sammy Yatim to death on a TTC streetcar in 2013, has been granted full parole.



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Jan 21, 2020

Meng Wanzhou extradition case back in court for 2nd day on 'double criminality' test
The second day of a court hearing gets underway today in Vancouver over a request from the United States to extradite the chief financial officer of the Chinese telecom giant Huawei on fraud charges.



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Jan 21, 2020

Trump lauds U.S. economy at Davos as trial set to begin in Washington
Thousands of kilometres from his Washington impeachment trial, U.S. President Donald Trump took centre stage at Davos to tout the success of the American economy, while criticizing the U.S. Federal Reserve on Tuesday.



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Jan 21, 2020

Trucker recounts finding frigid Yukon travellers burning vehicle to stay warm
Yves Lafond was driving out of Carmacks, Yukon, last Monday when he came upon a vehicle burning in the ditch. The pickup had gone off the road hours earlier, stranding three men. They decided to set it on fire to stay warm in -50 C weather.



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Jan 21, 2020

U.S. Senate approves Trump impeachment trial plan, rejects Democrats on documents, witnesses
The Republican-controlled U.S. Senate voted early on Wednesday on party lines to approve the rules for President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, rejecting Democratic efforts to obtain evidence and ensure witnesses are heard.



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Jan 21, 2020

St. John's still in post-storm state of emergency — but some restrictions lifted
People in St. John's and surrounding areas will be able to visit gas stations, grocery stores and pharmacies on Tuesday, but officials are urging people to drive slowly and stay civil as they stock up after a powerful storm forced many to hunker down for days.



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Jan 21, 2020

New federally funded climate institute launches after demise of national roundtable
Seven years after the Harper government eliminated funding for the National Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy, a new federally funded institute for research and analysis on climate policy in Canada is launching. 



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Jan 21, 2020

Prince Andrew High School in Dartmouth takes name change to online forum after underage sex allegations
Prince Andrew High School in Dartmouth, N.S., is launching an online survey to get community feedback on whether the school should consider changing its name. Its namesake is a member of the Royal Family who has been accused of having sex with an underage girl.



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Jan 21, 2020

Iran seeks help from U.S., France to download downed plane's black box info
Iran has made requests for equipment from U.S. and French authorities so it can download information from the black boxes on a downed Ukrainian passenger plane but Tehran has not received a positive response, the civil aviation body said.



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Jan 21, 2020

Prince Harry lands in Victoria to reunite with Meaghan and son Archie
Britain's Prince Harry has arrived in Canada to begin a new life with his wife Meghan and son Archie after sparking a crisis in the Windsor family by unexpectedly announcing earlier this month that they would be stepping down from royal duties.



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Jan 21, 2020

Prince Harry lands in Victoria to reunite with Meghan and son Archie
Britain's Prince Harry has arrived in Canada to begin a new life with his wife Meghan and son Archie after sparking a crisis in the Windsor family by unexpectedly announcing earlier this month that they would be stepping down from royal duties.



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Jan 21, 2020

Is a gravitational wave detection near Betelgeuse a sign the star is ready to explode?
First it was the strange dimming of Betelgeuse. Now it's a gravitational wave that once again has astronomers scratching their heads over this enigmatic star found in the constellation Orion.



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Jan 21, 2020

New North American trade deal bill coming next week: PM
The Liberal government will table legislation to implement the trilateral trade deal with the U.S. and Mexico next week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced today.



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Jan 21, 2020

New North American trade deal ratification bill coming next week: PM
The Liberal government will table legislation to ratify the trilateral trade deal with the U.S. and Mexico next week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced today.



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Jan 21, 2020

Not all lanes will lead Conservative leadership candidates to the finish line
There are only so many paths to victory each candidate can take in the Conservative Party leadership race. Which ones have the most promise?



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