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Jun 18, 2018

Compulsive video-game playing is a mental disorder, says WHO
The World Health Organization says compulsively playing video games now qualifies as a new mental health condition, in a move that some critics warn may risk stigmatizing young players.



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Jun 18, 2018

Meghan Markle's father says he talked about Trump, Brexit with Prince Harry
The father of Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, says he talked politics with her husband Prince Harry over the phone before the couple married — and that Harry argued he should give U.S. President Donald Trump a chance.



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Jun 18, 2018

Melania Trump says she 'hates to see' children separated from family, as division over border policy grows
Some Republicans, evangelical leaders and even the U.S. president's wife are weighing in disapprovingly over the images of children being separated from their parents at the southern border.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 18, 2018

Was there a residential school near you? Find out with our interactive map
There were more than 130 residential schools in operation across Canada between the 1870s and 1996.



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Jun 18, 2018

Why Canada's tourism industry is finally heating up again
Tourism in Canada is on the rise thanks in part to an increase in travellers from China. But can industry numbers reach pre-9/11 levels?



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Jun 18, 2018

United tariff fight reveals Canada's different brand of conservative economics : Don Pittis
Does U.S. President Donald Trump plan to put rural America first at the expense of rural Canada? The way his tariff threats have united Canadians offers insight into this country's contrasting approach to market economics.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 18, 2018

The Supreme Court has dismissed religious practice as a matter of mere choice in its TWU decision
By stating that a "mandatory covenant is not absolutely required," the Court has substituted its own judgment in place of that of the religious community's, in clear contravention to its own past rulings.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 18, 2018

It's wild salmon health vs. money and jobs as B.C.'s fish farm fight comes to a head
The B.C. government is reviewing the leases of 20 fish farms that expire on June 20. Opponents are upping their pressure campaign in hopes the government will commit to ending fish farming in the ocean. But supporters say that would be a huge blow to an industry responsible for thousands of jobs.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 18, 2018

Family farms one of many concerns in unified fight against Trump's trade threats: Don Pittis
Does U.S. President Donald Trump plan to put rural America first at the expense of rural Canada? The way his tariff threats have united Canadians offers insight into this country's contrasting approach to market economics.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 18, 2018

Family farms one of many concerns uniting us against Trump's trade threats: Don Pittis
Does U.S. President Donald Trump plan to put rural America first at the expense of rural Canada? The way his tariff threats have united Canadians offers insight into this country's contrasting approach to market economics.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 18, 2018

How U.S. tariffs on cars could hit Canadians
The U.S. president has most recently put the trade crosshairs on vehicles, and should Canada be slapped with more tariffs, workers and consumers could be the biggest losers.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 18, 2018

Aeroplan members wonder whether rewards program will fly when Air Canada bows out
Aeroplan promises a new beginning, but that isn't quelling fears among members about its future after Air Canada finishes cutting ties with the rewards program in 2020.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 18, 2018

Aeroplan promises a transformed rewards program in 2020, but will it fly?
Aeroplan promises a new beginning, but that isn't quelling fears among members about its future after Air Canada finishes cutting ties with the rewards program in 2020.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 18, 2018

Group ranks child poverty in each federal riding to pressure MPs to create a poverty-reduction strategy
Campaign 2000 hopes the data will prod the government to approve a soon-to-be-finalized poverty-reduction strategy before next year's federal election, and enshrine commitments in legislation so it cannot be undone by a future government.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

2 feared dead, 41 hurt after earthquake hits Japan
Japanese disaster authorities say two people have been found without vital signs and 41 others injured by an earthquake in western Japan.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

At least 3 dead, dozens hurt after earthquake hits Japan
A strong earthquake knocked over walls and set off scattered fires around metropolitan Osaka in western Japan on Monday morning, killing at least three people and injuring dozens.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

At least 3 dead, hundreds hurt after earthquake hits Japan
A strong earthquake knocked over walls and set off scattered fires around metropolitan Osaka in western Japan on Monday, killing at least three people and injuring more than 300.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

The National for June 17, 2018
Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Alberta mosque set ablaze in 'brazen' arson
A mosque in Edson, Alta. was set on fire late Saturday night shortly after a small group of people left the building after evening prayers.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Trade war with U.S. could lead to recession in Canada, Mexico, Scotiabank predicts
A Scotiabank report says if the United States breaks all trade ties with its partners — and imposes across-the-board tariffs that average 20 per cent — then Canada and Mexico would see their economies contract in 2020.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Separation of parents, kids at U.S.-Mexico border: How the Trump administration got here
The Trump administration's move to separate immigrant parents from their children at the U.S.-Mexico border is a situation that has been brewing since the week Donald Trump took office.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Actor Mary McCormack says husband's Tesla car shot flames in traffic
Actor Mary McCormack has shared video of her husband's Tesla car shooting flames while in Southern California traffic.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

The Weekly with Wendy Mesley LIVE
The Weekly with Wendy Mesley for Sunday June 17, 2018



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Jun 17, 2018

'Allergic to life': Parents seek solution to Alberta boy's mysterious condition
A six-year-old boy in Mannville, Alta., is limited in where he can go and what he can eat as part of his parents' efforts to protect him from things that trigger painful reactions.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

'Suspicious' bag blamed for Winnipeg airport evacuation
RCMP say a "suspicious" abandoned bag is what prompted the evacuation of the Winnipeg's international airport around 7 a.m. Sunday morning.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Flights delayed as passengers return to Winnipeg airport after evacuation
Winnipeg's international airport was evacuated this morning due to a "possible security incident," but returned to normal operations less than an hour later.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Winnipeg airport evacuated due to 'security incident'
Winnipeg's international airport was evacuated this morning due to a "possible security incident."



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

1 dead, 20 injured after shooting at New Jersey festival
Gunfire broke out at an all-night cultural festival in Trenton, New Jersey, early Sunday, sending people fleeing and leaving at least one person dead and several injured, police said.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

1 dead, 22 injured after shooting at New Jersey festival
Gunfire broke out at an all-night cultural festival in Trenton, New Jersey, early Sunday, sending people fleeing and leaving at least one person dead and 22 injured, police said.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Calgary boy, 8, calls 911 after recognizing signs of stroke when father collapses
Eight-year-old Max Pozzo dropped everything when his dad suddenly collapsed. He recognized the signs of stroke and called 911.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Rescue ship docks in Spain carrying hundreds of migrants
The first ship in the Aquarius aid convoy docked Sunday at the Spanish port of Valencia, ending a weeklong ordeal for hundreds of people who were rescued from the perilous Mediterranean only to become the latest pawn in Europe's battle over immigration.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

TV legend Lorne Greene fails to make the cut with Parks Canada for memorial plaque
A Parks Canada panel has twice rejected the idea of awarding the late Lorne Greene - the actor once dubbed the Voice of Canada - a plaque celebrating his lifelong contributions to Canadian culture. Internal documents on the decision, obtained by CBC News under access to information, suggest Greene's U.S. acting career counted against him.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Young tea drinkers are stirring up a beloved British tradition
British hotel and restaurant owners have noticed a significant increase in the number of younger people having afternoon tea.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Blue-ribbon panel twice denies Lorne Greene a bronze plaque
A Parks Canada panel has twice rejected the idea of awarding the late Lorne Greene - the actor once dubbed the Voice of Canada - a plaque celebrating his lifelong contributions to Canadian culture. Internal documents on the decision, obtained by CBC News under access to information, suggest Greene's U.S. acting career counted against him.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

First Nations teens dig into their ancestors' past at archeological site
A group of First Nations students are getting a chance to dig up their ancestral past while taking part in an archaeology project near Cluny, Alta. The goal is to help the young people reconnect with their history at the source.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Former MP Paul Dewar part of drug trial in battle against malignant brain tumour
Former MP Paul Dewar says he is taking part in an immunotherapy drug trial, but he doesn't hold out hope that it will cure his type of brain cancer.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

How Donald Trump and a hockey coach could help decide a byelection in Quebec
The federal byelection in Chicoutimi-Le Fjord has taken an unexpected twist thanks to Donald Trump.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

How Donald Trump and a hockey coach could help decide a Monday byelection
The federal byelection in Chicoutimi-Le Fjord has taken an unexpected twist thanks to Donald Trump.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

How we can prevent outer space from becoming the Wild West
More and more private companies are stepping onto the space stage, raising concerns over how it can be regulated.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

How the dairy industry complicates the quest for better butter
As the U.S. looks to crack open the Canadian dairy industry, is it possible to protect farmers and still allow better butter over the border?



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Prime minister's summer retreat getting a few upgrades
While the long-needed repairs to 24 Sussex Drive have been getting most of the attention, it's not the only prime ministerial residence where the government is spending money.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 17, 2018

Koodo goes paperless and new WestJet-RBC rewards program: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including wireless customers' right to a paper bill, a new loyalty program for frequent flyers and no more plastic straws at A&W.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Beyoncé and Jay-Z release surprise joint album
Mr. and Mrs. Carter — music's royal couple better known as Beyoncé and Jay-Z — have released a joint album called Everything Is Love.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Natalie Portman calls Harvard pal Jared Kushner 'a super-villain'
Natalie Portman says her Harvard classmate Jared Kushner has become a "super-villain."



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Dozens of 'optimistic' volunteers resume search for 3 missing boaters near Tofino
Dozens of volunteers have resumed the search for three missing people off the coast of Vancouver Island.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

'There's a void I didn't know how to fill': Alessia Cara on rise to fame
Grammy-winning Canadian singer Alessia Cara insists she doesn't want to sound ungrateful, but coming to terms with stardom hasn't been easy.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Lightning strike may have killed 50 Canada geese outside of Montreal
After 50 Canada geese were found dead floating in the St. Lawrence River outside Montreal earlier this week, veterinarians are saying they may have died from a lightning strike.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Man, 21, charged in Toronto playground shooting that injured 2 girls
A 21-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder after a shooting in a Scarborough playground in the east end of Toronto that injured two young girls.



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Jun 16, 2018

Former France Telcom executives to stand trial over staff suicides
The former head of France Telecom Didier Lombard, six other executives and telecoms operator Orange have been ordered to stand trial over their alleged role in a wave of staff suicides.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

30 workers in 2 years: Ex-Telecom execs face trial over wave of staff suicides
The former head of France Telecom Didier Lombard, six other executives and telecoms operator Orange have been ordered to stand trial over their alleged role in a wave of staff suicides.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

'I've done a bad thing': Dog's tragic death divides B.C. island paradise
The crack of a gunshot broke the peace on tiny Savary Island on Feb. 3, 2017. More than a year later, the reverberations from the bullet that killed a local couple's dog continue to echo through the close-knit B.C. community.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Drug patents could be Canada's special weapon in U.S. trade dispute
Should Canada threaten to start the world's first trade war in intellectual property? Some legal experts argue that targeting pharmaceutical patents could give Canada an edge in the current trade dispute with the U.S.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

How Canada could use the 'Death Star' strategy against U.S. tariffs
Should Canada threaten to start the world's first trade war in intellectual property? Some legal experts argue that targeting pharmaceutical patents could give Canada an edge in the current trade dispute with the U.S.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

'I just thought it was the end': Woman survives bear attack in northern Sask.
Caught in the mouth of a bear, Casadi Schroeder was prepared to die. The bear had clamped its teeth around her leg, and it felt like he was ripping her skin to the bone, when Schroeder felt a sense of peace overcome her terror.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

#BuyCanadian: Pocketbook patriotism takes off amid U.S. trade tensions
Geography professor Bonnie Hallman said she scrapped her dream of an Alaskan getaway in favour of a trip to P.E.I. shortly after President Donald Trump took aim at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for pushing back against American tariffs on steel and aluminum.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Trudeau's retaliatory tariffs may threaten recreational boating in Canada
Canada's recreational boating industry says it's bracing for big losses if Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's proposed countermeasures against American tariffs go ahead on July 1.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Get ready for auto tariffs, U.S. congressman warns
U.S. President Donald Trump isn't playing around — and Canada should brace itself for new tariffs on autos, U.S. Congressman Kevin Cramer warns.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

How Canada's supply management system works
Canada's system of supply management has been the target of heated political debate for the better part of half a century — but very few Canadians outside of the affected farm sectors actually understand how it works, or who foots the bill for stabilizing farmers' incomes.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Government looking into using frozen assets to help refugees
The federal government is being asked to consider confiscating frozen assets in Canada to help refugees. While a formal recommendation will come in a report later this year, the World Refugee Council has already floated the idea to government officials, according to documents obtained under access to information laws.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Is Google's new set of principles enough to calm fears over militarized A.I.?
Critics have been urging companies involved in the creation of artificial intelligence to develop a code of ethics before it's too late. Now tech giant Google is complying after a backlash over its work with the Pentagon on militarized A.I.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Mammals adopt nightlife to avoid contact with humans, study finds
A new study has found animals around the world have dramatically increased their activity at night so they don't have to worry about running into us humans.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Bao and Crazy Rich Asians are tackling Asian representation in Hollywood
Driven by Asian creators, the movies Bao and Crazy Rich Asians are two high-profile new films telling culturally detailed, but universally appealing stories — reflecting the growing tide of diversity washing over Hollywood.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Did you hear the one about the vegan cafe that moved next to a butcher shop?
Here's what happened when Hearts Choices Cafe Market set up shop next to one of the stalwarts of Cowtown's food scene.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

There's no point in trying to ban TV shows that accurately reflect our reality
Go ahead: pull that series because it includes graphic depictions of school shootings — just hope that kids never turn on the TV or go on Facebook to witness the real-life graphic depictions of school shootings that regularly plague the United States.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Supply management in Canada - a primer
Canada's system of supply management has been the target of heated political debate for the better part of half a century — but very few Canadians outside of the affected farm sectors actually understand how it works, or who foots the bill for stabilizing farmers' incomes.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Universal appeal: How Bao and Crazy Rich Asians are telling authentic Asian stories in Hollywood
Driven by Asian creators, the movies Bao and Crazy Rich Asians are two high-profile new films telling culturally detailed, but universally appealing stories — reflecting the growing tide of diversity washing over Hollywood.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 16, 2018

Trump's fixation on 270% milk tariffs, FBI texts shows how he 'cherry-picks' truths to justify actions
From the White House lawn on Friday morning, Donald Trump mischaracterized the findings of a new Justice Department report about FBI misconduct during the Hillary Clinton emails probe. Here's how the U.S. president's selective truths have worked for him so far.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

The National for June 15, 2018
Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News



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Jun 15, 2018

Roller-coaster derails in Daytona Beach, injuring 6 riders
A roller-coaster that derailed in Florida — injuring two riders who fell to the ground, among others — had been put out of service by state inspectors twice in the past year and a half because of problems with the ride.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

California moves to declare coffee safe from cancer risk
California health officials are proposing a regulation change that would declare coffee does not present a significant cancer risk.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

'I want to apologize to the people of Nunavut': Ex-premier Paul Quassa on his ousting, and public reaction
The news of the now former Nunavut Premier Paul Quassa being ousted this week took Nunavummiut, and the country, by surprise — but perhaps it was most shocking for Quassa himself.



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Jun 15, 2018

Trina McQueen inducted into CBC News Hall of Fame
Journalist and broadcast executive Trina McQueen — a trailblazer who was one of the most powerful women in Canadian TV — has been inducted into the CBC News Hall of Fame.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Arab forces seize entrances to Yemeni airport
Forces from an alliance of Arab states seized two entrances to the airport in Yemen's main port city on Friday, in an offensive against the Iran-aligned Houthi movement that the United Nations fears could trigger a famine imperilling millions of lives.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Quebec clarinetist awarded $350K after ex-girlfriend sabotages career opportunity
McGill University music student Eric Abramovitz was accepted to a prestigious California music program in 2014, but his former partner intercepted his acceptance letter.



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Jun 15, 2018

Peggy Whitson, NASA's record-breaking astronaut, announces retirement
NASA's record-breaking astronaut, Peggy Whitson, retired Friday less than a year after returning from her last and longest spaceflight.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Recent shootings leave cities across Canada reeling
A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse:



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Jun 15, 2018

Canada's 'shaky' manufacturing sales unexpectedly drop, economists cut growth forecasts
A surprising drop in Canada's key manufacturing sales in April after two consecutive months of increases is leading some economists to cut their growth forecasts for the country in the second quarter.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Trump riffs on Comey, North Korea during impromptu Q&A on White House lawn
U.S. President Donald Trump took aim at longtime adversaries, including former FBI director James Comey and CNN, before going on the defensive when asked about the North Korean leader's human rights record, during an impromptu and wide-ranging media briefing Friday.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Boy, 13, charged with 1st-degree murder in death of cyclist who was run down and stabbed
A 13-year-old Toronto boy has been charged with first-degree murder in connection with a "targeted" hit and run in Little Portugal last weekend that led to the death of cyclist Aaron Rankine-Wright.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort sent to jail pending trial
U.S. President Donald Trump's former campaign chair Paul Manafort pleaded not guilty on Friday to new witness tampering charges brought by the special counsel investigating Russia's role in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and was ordered detained by a D.C. judge.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Omnitrax ordered to repair Churchill's battered railway line
The federal transportation regulator has ruled that Omnitrax Canada abdicated its responsibility to repair the railway to the northern port of Churchill, Man., and must resume operation of the tracks "as expeditiously as possible."



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Omnitrax ordered to repair Churchill's damaged railway line
The federal transportation regulator has ruled that Omnitrax Canada abdicated its responsibility to repair the railway to the northern port of Churchill, Man., and must resume operation of the tracks "as expeditiously as possible."



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

How should Doug Ford handle U.S. relations? Lots of face time south of the border
Doug Ford is assuming office in Ontario at a pivotal time in Canada-U.S. relations and while ongoing trade disputes threaten to disrupt his province's economy. He's already preparing for that challenge, and being getting plenty of advice on how to tackle it.



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Jun 15, 2018

Doug Ford vows to scrap Ontario's cap-and-trade program as his 1st act
Ontario premier-designate Doug Ford has vowed that his first act in the legislature, following his landslide election victory, will be to scrap the province's cap-and-trade program.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Doug Ford vows to scrap Ontario's cap-and-trade program as his 1st act as premier
Ontario premier-designate Doug Ford has vowed that his first act in the legislature will be to scrap the province's cap-and-trade program.



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Jun 15, 2018

Doug Ford's 1st order as Ontario premier will be to scrap cap-and-trade program
Ontario premier-designate Doug Ford says his first order in the legislature following his recent election win will be to scrap the province's cap-and-trade program.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Soccer star Ronaldo accepts 2-year prison term in tax evasion case but unlikely to serve time
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has reached a deal with the Spanish tax authorities to serve two years in prison and pay an 18.8-million euro ($21.8-million US) fine in a tax evasion case, newspaper El Mundo reported on Friday.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Japan blocks Canadian wheat after unapproved GMO plants found in Alberta
Japanese Farm Ministry said on Friday it has suspended its tender and sale of wheat from Canada after grain containing a genetically modified trait was discovered last summer in Alberta.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Canadian home sales expected to fall 11% this year
Home sales in Canada are projected to slide by 11 per cent this year, according to a new forecast by a national real estate group.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Trinity Western loses fight for Christian law school
Trinity Western University has lost its legal battle for a new evangelical Christian law school, with a Supreme Court of Canada ruling today that calls it "proportionate and reasonable" to limit religious rights in order to ensure open access for LGBT students.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Trinity Western loses fight for Christian law school as court rules limits on religious freedom 'reasonable'
Trinity Western University has lost its legal battle for a new evangelical Christian law school, with a Supreme Court of Canada ruling today that calls it "proportionate and reasonable" to limit religious rights in order to ensure open access for LGBT students.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Death of woman hospitalized for 'horrific' bedsore sparks criminal investigation
Police are investigating if criminal negligence played a role in the death of Chrissy Dunnington, 40, a resident at a long-term care facility in Halifax.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Stephen Hawking memorial sees his ashes interred, voice beamed to space
The voice of Stephen Hawking will be beamed into space in a message of peace and hope on Friday as the British physicist is laid to rest during a service at London's Westminster Abbey.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Stephen Hawking memorial will see his ashes interred, voice beamed to space
The voice of Stephen Hawking will be beamed into space in a message of peace and hope on Friday as the British physicist is laid to rest during a service at London's Westminster Abbey.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

U.S. isn't trying to get Canada to end supply management, its agriculture secretary says
If an end to Canada's supply management system for some agricultural products is part of the U.S. NAFTA agenda, it appears no one has told Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Agriculture minister defends supply management ahead of meeting with U.S. counterpart
A P.E.I. dairy farm will be the backdrop for a bilateral meeting today between federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay and his U.S. counterpart.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Pakistan militant leader wanted in Malala attack, other deadly incidents is killed
Pakistani Taliban leader Mullah Fazlullah was killed in a U.S. airstrike near the border with Afghanistan on Thursday, a senior Afghan Defence Ministry official told Reuters on Friday.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Police locate suspected getaway vehicle used in Toronto playground shooting
Toronto police say they have located a vehicle believed to have been involved in a shooting that left two young sisters wounded at a suburban playground.



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Jun 15, 2018

Getaway car sought after 2 young sisters wounded in Toronto playground shooting
A black Nissan Versa (model somewhere between 2007 and 2011) was used as a getaway car in a brazen shooting that wounded two young sisters at a Scarborough playground, Toronto police say.



CBC Top Stories
Jun 15, 2018

Senate to implement mandatory harassment training for all senators, staff
As part of a continuing effort to move beyond the scandals of its recent past, the Senate is recommending all senators and staff participate in mandatory workplace harassment training to stave off any incidents of abuse in and around the Red Chamber.



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