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Jan 20, 2019

Unpaid Fyre Fest caterer in Bahamas gets over $90,000 in donations after doc profiles scam
A GoFundMe campaign to help an unpaid caterer in the Bahamas who says she fed thousands of unhappy people during the fizzled Fyre Fest music festival in 2017 has received thousands of dollars in donations.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Lawyer questions Jason Kenney's Alberta residency while claiming living expenses in Ottawa
A lawyer and political activist is accusing United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney of claiming his primary residence was in Calgary while living in Ottawa, an allegation Kenney disputes.



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Jan 20, 2019

Trudeau speaks at Liberal caucus meeting LIVE
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses his caucus ahead of Parliament resuming next week.



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Jan 20, 2019

United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay leaves passengers stuck on board for 16 hours
A United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay Airport in Labrador Saturday night resulted in a lengthy stay on the tarmac for passengers stranded on the aircraft.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay leaves passengers stuck on board for over 13 hours
A United Airlines plane diverted to Goose Bay Airport in Labrador Saturday night has resulted in a lengthy stay on the tarmac for passengers stranded on the aircraft.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

The Weekly with Wendy Mesley LIVE
The Weekly with Wendy Mesley for Sunday Jan. 20, 2019



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Jan 20, 2019

Mexico pipeline blast death toll rises to 79
A blast at a gasoline pipeline in Mexico that killed at least 79 people has put renewed attention on the government's strategy to stop fuel theft, with some relatives saying fuel shortages stemming from the plan led people to risk their lives.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Minister says U.K. faces 'political tsunami' if Brexit halted
A senior British opposition politician said Sunday that it's unlikely the U.K. will leave the European Union as scheduled on March 29, while a government minister warned that failure to deliver on Brexit would betray voters and unleash a "political tsunami."



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Jan 20, 2019

May plans next move in Brexit fight amid calls for delay
As Prime Minister Theresa May prepared her next move in Britain's deadlocked Brexit battle, a senior opposition politician said Sunday that it's unlikely the U.K. will leave the European Union as scheduled on March 29.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Al-Qaeda-linked jihadists attack UN base in North Mali, killing 6
An official with the United Nations mission in Mali says that jihadists linked to al-Qaeda have killed six peacekeepers and injured 19 others in an attack on a peacekeepers' camp in Aguelhoc, in northern Mali's Kidal region. The camp houses peacekeepers from Chad.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Al-Qaeda-linked jihadists attack UN base in north Mali, killing 8
Al-Qaeda-linked jihadists attacked a United Nations peacekeeping base in Aguelhoc in northern Mali's Kidal region, killing at least eight peackeepers, the UN mission in Mali said Sunday. The base houses peacekeepers from Chad.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Storm sweeps across Maritimes bringing snow, freezing rain and high winds
Snow, heavy rain and high winds are hitting the Maritime provinces today, with winter storm warnings in effect across New Brunswick and most of P.E.I., rain and wind warnings in Nova Scotia.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Storm sweeps across Maritimes bringing snow, rain, freezing rain and high winds
Snow, heavy rain and high winds are hitting the Maritime provinces today, with winter storm warnings in effect across New Brunswick and most of P.E.I. and rain, wind and a winter storm warning in Nova Scotia.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Severe winter storm slams Quebec
Across Quebec, Environment Canada is warning of winter storm conditions as falling snow, strong winds, cold and extensive blowing snow are expected.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Severe winter storm slams Quebec, Ontario
Environment Canada meteorologist Alexandre Parent has analyzed data going back decades and says he can't find a similar storm. The closest example is 1920, he says.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Severe winter storm slams Quebec, southern Ontario
Across Quebec, Environment Canada is warning of winter storm conditions as falling snow, strong winds, cold and extensive blowing snow are expected.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

'Suitable words of advice' given to Prince Philip for driving without seatbelt
Prince Philip received a warning from police after he was photographed apparently driving without a seat belt, just two days after he was involved in a crash while at the wheel.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Storm that carpeted U.S. Midwest with snow barrels to New England
A major winter storm that blanketed most of the U.S. Midwest with snow earlier in the weekend barrelled toward New England Sunday, where it was expected to cause transportation havoc ranging from slick and clogged roads to hundreds of cancelled airline flights.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Winter storm wreaks havoc on U.S. travel
A major winter storm that blanketed most of the U.S. Midwest with snow earlier in the weekend barrelled toward New England Sunday, where it was expected to cause transportation havoc ranging from slick and clogged roads to hundreds of cancelled airline flights.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Facebook apologizes for removing posts selling sealskin products — again
Facebook users in the North say they're frustrated the social media giant is removing posts selling sealskin products. Facebook said it's looking into the issue.



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Jan 20, 2019

Canada Post union pitches low-income bank, greener tech. But critics ask, who pays the bill?
As arbitration grinds on at Canada Post following back-to-work legislation, the union has made a series of proposals beyond standard contract negotiations on wages and benefits: they want the company to open a new bank for low-income people and turn the post office into a hub for green technology.



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Jan 20, 2019

Union wants Canada Post to launch low-income bank and greener tech. Sounds nice, but who pays?
As arbitration grinds on at Canada Post following back-to-work legislation, the union has made a series of proposals beyond standard contract negotiations on wages and benefits: they want the company to open a new bank for low-income people and turn the post office into a hub for green technology.



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Jan 20, 2019

Union wants Canada Post to start low-income bank and green shift. Sounds nice, but who pays?
As arbitration grinds on at Canada Post following back-to-work legislation, the union has made a series of proposals beyond standard contract negotiations on wages and benefits: they want the company to open a new bank for low-income people and turn the post office into a hub for green technology.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

DNA ancestry tests, food waste and juice gets squeezed: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including why Bell wants to track its customers, problematic plumbing, and trying to go plastic free at the grocery store.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Big telcos hike internet prices amid soaring demand, revenues
Telus, Bell and Shaw are all raising prices on select internet plans over the next few months. The hikes come on the heels of internet price increases by Telus, Shaw, Bell and Rogers in 2018.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Abandon Trans Mountain if consultations fail to satisfy all Indigenous stakeholders, says Singh
Jagmeet Singh says the federal government should be willing to end the expansion of the TransMountain pipeline if consultations do not end in "partnership" and "buy in" from all the communities along the route.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Abandon Trans Mountain if consultations fall to satisfy all Indigenous stakeholders, says Singh
Jagmeet Singh says the federal government should be willing to end the expansion of the TransMountain pipeline if consultations do not end in "partnership" and "buy in" from all the communities along the route.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

The Liberal government wants to pin more medals on bureaucrats
The Liberal government says public servants are being shortchanged in Canada's awards and honours system, and so has started a quota system to ensure federal departments nominate more of their bureaucrats - at least five per department each year. It's not clear whether the initiative is having any impact yet.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

How we got here: The wild ride to this year's Oscars
As the Oscar nominations approach, CBC's Eli Glasner runs down some of the awards season's winners and losers. Oscar nomination predictions: BlacKkKlansman and Roma lead while Widows trails



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

One year after the Albert Schultz scandal, can Soulpepper get its groove back?
One year after allegations of sexual misconduct against its founder and artistic director Albert Schultz cast a shadow on Toronto's critically hailed Soulpepper Theatre, the theatre has managed to survive, thanks to steady audience support and continuing on-stage excellence provided by the artists remaining in the company.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Oscar nomination predictions: BlacKkKlansman and Roma lead while Widows trails
As the Oscar nominations approach, CBC's Eli Glasner runs down some of the awards season's winners and losers.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Ottawa should be ready to ditch Trans Mountain if consultations fail to get Indigenous 'buy-in,' says Singh
Jagmeet Singh says the federal government should be willing to end the expansion of the TransMountain pipeline if consultations do not end in "partnership" and "buy in" from all the communities along the route.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

Want to lose weight? More sleep could help, doctors say
When Ian Patton started his PhD, sleepless nights became typical — and he started craving junk food. Research suggests it's not uncommon for those who sleep less to gain weight, simply because there's more time in the day to snack.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 20, 2019

From immigration, to making Conservatives 'hip': Andrew Scheer hosts town hall in Toronto
Scheer didn't face the same hostile elements or random hecklers that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has dealt with at his town halls. But some audience members did challenge the leader to provide details about the party's platform ahead of a federal election later this year.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Court declares Felix Tshisekedi winner of disputed Congo presidential vote
Congo's Constitutional Court early Sunday declared the election of Felix Tshisekedi as president, rejecting challenges to the vote by runner-up Martin Fayulu, who had alleged fraud.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Andrew Scheer takes questions from public at Toronto town hall
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer will take questions from the public at a town hall event in Toronto on Saturday.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Kaillie Humphries files harassment complaint with Bobsleigh Canada
Kaillie Humphries is breaking her silence about why she isn't competing in bobsleigh this year. Speaking exclusively to CBC, Humphries revealed she has filed a harassment complaint with Bobsleigh Canada.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Kaillie Humphries says she's filed harassment complaint with Bobsleigh Canada
Kaillie Humphries is breaking her silence about why she isn't competing in bobsleigh this year. Speaking exclusively to CBC, Humphries revealed she has filed a harassment complaint with Bobsleigh Canada.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

U.S. diocese investigating after students mock Indigenous demonstrator
Videos circulating online show a youth standing extremely close to an elderly Native American as he chanted and played a drum. Other youths surrounded them, laughing and shouting.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

U.S. diocese, school apologize after students mock Indigenous demonstrator
Videos circulating online show a youth standing extremely close to an elderly Native American as he chanted and played a drum. Other youths surrounded them, laughing and shouting.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

U.S. diocese, school apologize after students mock Indigenous demonstrator in heated confrontation
A diocese in Kentucky has apologized after videos emerged showing students from an all-male Catholic high school mocking Indigenous Americans outside the Lincoln Memorial after a rally in Washington.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

U.S. faces deadline to extradite Huawei exec from Canada
Canadian police arrested Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou at Vancouver's airport Dec. 1 at the request of American authorities, who are seeking her extradition on fraud allegations.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Wall of wintry, hazardous weather pushes across the U.S.
People throughout parts of the U.S. Midwest woke Saturday to a heavy and steady snowfall that forced the cancellation of hundreds of airline flights and made driving dangerous.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

NBA star stands tall against Turkish president, now fears assassination
A day after Turkish prosecutors issued an international warrant for his arrest, NBA star Enes Kanter skipped a game in London, citing fears he could be killed by the Turkish government.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Federal Liberals announce Richard T. Lee as replacement candidate for Burnaby South
The Liberal Party of Canada will run Richard T. Lee, a longtime MLA, as their candidate for Burnaby South in the federal byelection. The announcement comes days after the Liberal's first candidate, Karen Wang, quit over comments she posted on social media about NDP leader and candidate Jagmeet Singh.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Alberta woman to give away $1.7M home in letter-writing contest
Alla Wagner's $1.7-million property in Millarville, Alta., could be yours — for a small entry fee and some creative pencraft.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Jury finds 2 men guilty of manslaughter in Jeanenne Fontaine's death
A Winnipeg jury has found Christopher Brass and Jason Meilleur guilty of manslaughter in the death of Jeanenne Fontaine.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Maritimers advised to prepare for Sunday's storm
An extreme cold warning continues today in New Brunswick as Atlantic Canada prepares for Sunday's severe winter storm.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Mexico pipeline explosion death toll rises to 66
At least 66 people were killed and dozens were injured on Friday when a pipeline ruptured by suspected fuel thieves exploded in central Mexico as dozens of people tried to fill up containers, state and federal authorities said.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

'Ugly, horrible': Witnesses recount Mexico fuel pipeline blast that killed 71
At least 71 people were killed after a pipeline ruptured by suspected fuel thieves exploded in central Mexico, authorities said on Saturday, as President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador defended the army despite its failure to clear the site before the blast.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Revolutionary cancer therapy too expensive to be covered by provinces, agency says
A revolutionary new cancer treatment is on the market and available for Canadians, but provinces have been advised not to cover it unless the price come down.



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Jan 19, 2019

3rd annual Women's March returns to Washington despite hurdles, controversy
The Women's March returned to Washington on Saturday and found itself coping with an ideological split and an abbreviated route due to the government shutdown. Marches also went ahead in some Canadian cities.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Trump makes announcement on border wall and government shutdown
U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to announce later Saturday that he is open to trading protections for young immigrants in exchange for money for his long-promised border wall.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Trump offers protection for young migrants in exchange for wall funding
U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday offered temporary protection for people brought to U.S. illegally as children in bid to secure border wall funding.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Trump plans 'major announcement' on border and shutdown
U.S. President Donald Trump said he'll be making a "major announcement" on the government shutdown and the southern border on Saturday afternoon as the standstill over his border wall continues into its fifth week.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Trump to make announcement on border wall and government shutdown
U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to announce later Saturday that he is open to trading protections for young immigrants in exchange for money for his long-promised border wall.



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Jan 19, 2019

Mother of Humboldt Broncos crash victim pleads for mandatory semi driver training
Carol and Lyle Brons say nothing can bring back their daughter, Dayna, who was killed in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, but that there is something politicians can do for others.



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Jan 19, 2019

Thieves rip into St. John's bank with front-end loader, arrests made
Thieves used a front-end loader early Saturday morning to rip away part of the wall of a St. John's bank.



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Jan 19, 2019

Regent Park kids being squeezed out of their own pool, Toronto councillor says
Families from across the city are flooding into Regent Park's state-of-the-art recreational facilities, shutting out local kids from low-income families, according to the local city councillor.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Key figure in illegal election financing scheme quietly pleads guilty
Canadians may never know the details of an elaborate scheme orchestrated by engineering giant SNC Lavalin to funnel more than $117,000 to two federal political parties after one of the key players quietly pleaded guilty a few weeks ago.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

'This is still very raw': One year since arrest of accused serial killer Bruce McArthur
It's been a year since Toronto police announced that Bruce McArthur had been arrested. Since then, police have taken steps to renew their approach to missing persons cases, while trying to heal rifts with some members of the LGBT community.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Feds likely to hold on to pipeline past 2019 election, says Morneau
Indigenous groups in Canada are preparing bids to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline from the feds, but Finance Minister Bill Morneau says talks on selling are premature and that it's unlikely the pipeline will be sold before the next election.



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Jan 19, 2019

Feeling lonely? You're not alone - and it could be affecting your physical health
With researchers sounding the alarm that loneliness can cause serious physical as well as mental harm, and statistics indicating rates are on the rise, here are coping strategies people are using to deal with their feelings of being disconnected.



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Jan 19, 2019

Computer scientist David Magerman wants to build a more ethical internet
David Magerman became rich working with Robert Mercer, the billionaire co-owner of Cambridge Analytica. Having seen the role online data mining had in helping Donald Trump become president, Magerman now wants to create a better, less profit-driven internet.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 19, 2019

Virtual dealership promises no used car salesmen
A virtual used car dealership called Clutch intends to exploit the bad reputation of used car salesmen by offering a service with no sales staff, and a "concierge" to bring the car to the customer for a test drive. No commissions and no showrooms means the startup is also promising lower prices.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 18, 2019

At least 20 killed in Mexico pipeline explosion
At least 20 people were killed and dozens were injured on Friday when a pipeline ruptured by suspected fuel thieves exploded in central Mexico as dozens of people tried to fill up containers, state and federal authorities said.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 18, 2019

Mueller's office disputes BuzzFeed report that Cohen lied to Congress at Trump's behest
The office for U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller is disputing the accuracy of a BuzzFeed News report saying U.S. President Donald Trump told former lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress.



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Jan 18, 2019

What we know about the Canadian arrested in connection to an attack in Kenya
Canadian Abdihakim Guleid and five others are accused of aiding extremist gunmen who launched an assault on a hotel and business complex in the country's capital, Naorobi, killing at least 21 people.



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Jan 18, 2019

Former Chicago police officer sentenced to nearly 7 years for shooting Laquan McDonald
A judge sentenced former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke to nearly seven years in prison in the 2014 shooting death of black teenager Laquan McDonald.



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Jan 18, 2019

Former Mountie won't serve jail time after pleading guilty to misconduct in Surrey Six murder investigation
A former RCMP officer won't serve jail time after pleading guilty to breach of trust and obstruction of justice in connection with his misconduct in the investigation into the deadliest gangland shooting in B.C.'s history.



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Jan 18, 2019

Ex-Mountie avoids jail time after pleading guilty to misconduct in Surrey Six murder investigation
A former RCMP officer won't serve jail time after pleading guilty to breach of trust and obstruction of justice in connection with his misconduct in the investigation into the deadliest gangland shooting in B.C.'s history.



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Jan 18, 2019

Trudeau taking questions at Quebec town hall
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is kicking off the fourth leg of his national town hall tour tonight in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, where he will take unvetted questions from Canadians.



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Jan 18, 2019

Trudeau asked about immigration, climate change and dairy in Quebec town hall
In Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's fourth town hall of the year in Saint-Hyacinthe, Que. he was forced to defend Canada's immigration system, his pledge to compensate dairy farmers and his plan to fight climate change with a national price on carbon.



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Jan 18, 2019

'Happy tears': Friday marks 1st payday for reopened Sydney call centre
Spirits were high at the Sydney Call Centre on Friday for the first payday under new management.



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Jan 18, 2019

Former mayor Hazel McCallion, 97, to become special adviser to Ford government
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has appointed Hazel McCallion, the 97-year-old former mayor of Mississauga, Ont., as a special adviser.



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Jan 18, 2019

Amid impeachment calls and a disputed report, Trump sends a rare message to Mueller: Thank you
Take Robert Mueller's word for it. So implied U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday when he took the unusual step of thanking the special counsel's office for disputing details of a report that said Trump told his ex-lawyer to lie to Congress.



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Jan 18, 2019

With report of Trump telling Cohen to lie to Congress, the whiff of impeachment grows stronger
If true, the explosive report by BuzzFeed News that Trump told his former fixer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about the Trump Tower Moscow deal isn't just another bombshell.



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Jan 18, 2019

Trump told Cohen to lie to Congress, report says, as impeachment calls grow
If true, the explosive report by Buzzfeed News that Trump told his former fixer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about the Trump Tower Moscow deal isn't just another bombshell.



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Jan 18, 2019

Trump to hold 2nd nuclear summit with North Korea's Kim
U.S. President Donald Trump is to hold a second summit with the leader of North Korea near the end of February to try to coax the North to give up its nuclear program.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 18, 2019

Wild boars in crosshairs as nations scramble to contain swine fever
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: nations try to contain African swine fever through huge culls of wild boars; an interview with Jagmeet Singh; Gillette takes a page from Nike's marketing handbook with controversial ad campaign.



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Jan 18, 2019

Mountie pleads guilty to breach of trust, obstruction of justice in Surrey Six murder investigation
A former RCMP officer has pleaded guilty to breach of trust and obstruction of justice in connection with his misconduct in the investigation into the largest gangland shooting in B.C.'s history.



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Jan 18, 2019

Canada will make 'the right decision' on Huawei despite Chinese envoy's threats: Goodale
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale is brushing off recent threats from China's envoy to Canada, who warned of "repercussions" if the federal government bans the Chinese firm Huawei Technologies from supplying equipment to Canadian 5G networks.



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Jan 18, 2019

Canada won't be deterred in its Huawei review despite threats, Goodale says
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale is brushing off recent threats from China's envoy to Canada, who warned of "repercussions" if the federal government banned technology firm Huawei Technologies from supplying equipment to Canadian 5G networks.



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Jan 18, 2019

Canadian among 6 ordered held as suspects in Nairobi hotel attack
Canadian Guleid Abdihakim and five other people suspected of helping extremist gunmen stage a deadly attack in the Kenyan capital this week appeared in court on Friday as prosecutors investigated them for suspected terror offences.



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Jan 18, 2019

Canadian national among 5 ordered held as suspects in Nairobi hotel attack
Canadian national Guleid Abdihakim and four other people suspected of helping extremist gunmen stage a deadly attack in the Kenyan capital this week appeared in court on Friday as prosecutors investigated them for suspected terror offences.



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Jan 18, 2019

Canadian national among 6 ordered held as suspects in Nairobi hotel attack
Canadian national Guleid Abdihakim and five other people suspected of helping extremist gunmen stage a deadly attack in the Kenyan capital this week appeared in court on Friday as prosecutors investigated them for suspected terror offences.



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Jan 18, 2019

Alberta judge says no money for couple charged in son's meningitis death
An Alberta couple facing a retrial in the meningitis death of their son will not get $4 million they wanted the government to give them for past and future legal fees, a judge said Friday.



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Jan 18, 2019

Cost of living went up by 2% last year, despite plunging gasoline prices
The cost of living increased at a two per cent annual pace in December, as cheaper energy prices were offset by higher prices for just about everything else.



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Jan 18, 2019

U.S. Congress to probe report that Trump directed lawyer to lie
The U.S. House intelligence committee chair says he will "do what is necessary" to confirm a published report that President Donald Trump directed his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, to lie to Congress about negotiations over a real estate project in Moscow during the 2016 U.S. election.



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Jan 18, 2019

National Energy Board rejects Burnaby's bid to stop work at Trans Mountain pipeline terminal
The National Energy Board has rejected a request by Burnaby, B.C., that it rescind orders allowing the company building the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion to conduct work at the city's terminal.



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Jan 18, 2019

9-month-old baby in car involved in collision with Land Rover driven by Prince Philip
A nine-month-old baby was among the passengers of a vehicle involved in a collision Thursday with a Land Rover driven by Prince Philip, police in England said Friday.



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Jan 18, 2019

'A big dose of reality': Toronto homicide detective on lasting effects of Bruce McArthur case
Toronto police Insp. Hank Idsinga said Friday "there is a lot of work to be done" to improve relations between the city's LGBT community and the police force.



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Jan 18, 2019

Friends of Canadian killed in Burkina Faso remember bubbly, ethical man
Friends and colleagues remember Canadian mining executive Kirk Woodman as a bubbly, positive and ethical man who was dedicated to his job and often integrated himself into the communities where he worked.



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Jan 18, 2019

Friends of Canadian killed in Burkina Faso remember outgoing, ethical man
Friends and colleagues remember Canadian mining executive Kirk Woodman as an outgoing, positive and ethical man who was dedicated to his job and often integrated himself into the communities where he worked.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 18, 2019

Congo court poised to rule on presidential vote challenge
Congo's constitutional court is poised to rule as early as Friday on a challenge to the presidential election results. But the African Union continental body has issued a surprise last-minute request for Congo's government to suspend the announcement of final results.



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Jan 18, 2019

Trudeau pushes green economic plan, works to calm fears amid global uncertainty
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet today wrapped up a three-day retreat where they wrestled with how to advance a green economy — and how to sell it to Canadians.



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Jan 18, 2019

Transport Canada struggling to buy a bus shell to crash
Crash tests that could make transit buses safer and more resilient in a collision have been stalled because Transport Canada has been unable to purchase a bus shell for testing.



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Jan 18, 2019

Lunar eclipse to darken Canadian skies this weekend — here's how you can see it
On Jan. 20 or 21 (depending on where you are in the country), Canada will be treated to a total lunar eclipse. It's being hailed on social media as the "super blood wolf moon," though it's not really different from any other total lunar eclipse. That is, it'll still be magnificent.



CBC Top Stories
Jan 18, 2019

Twins get some 'mystifying' results when they put 5 ancestry DNA kits to the test
Last spring, Marketplace host Charlsie Agro and her identical twin sister, Carly, bought DNA ancestry kits from five of the most popular companies in the industry. Find out why some of the results they received left a team of computational biologists at Yale University baffled.



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Jan 18, 2019

Twins get some 'mystifying' results when they put 5 DNA ancestry kits to the test
Last spring, Marketplace host Charlsie Agro and her identical twin sister, Carly, bought DNA ancestry kits from five of the most popular companies in the industry. Find out why some of the results they received left a team of computational biologists at Yale University baffled.



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