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Nov 19, 2019

EasyJet says it will operate net-zero carbon flights
European budget airline easyJet says it will become the first major carrier to operate net-zero carbon flights, offsetting carbon emissions from the fuel used on every flight.



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Nov 19, 2019

Ken, Brad or James? Jeopardy tournament to determine 'greatest of all time'
The three top money winners in Jeopardy history will vie for a share of $1.5 million in January.



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Nov 19, 2019

Sweden drops Assange rape investigation after nearly 10 years
A Swedish prosecutor said Tuesday she's not proceeding with an investigation into a rape allegation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange because after reviewing the evidence, witnesses' memories had faded in the decade-old case.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

More than 100 fires burn across Australia's east coast
Strong winds stoked more than 100 fires across Australia's east coast on Tuesday, blanketing Sydney in hazardous smoke and prompting health warnings for the country's most populous city.



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Nov 19, 2019

Crown seeks Supreme Court of Canada hearing in Via Rail terror case
The Crown is asking the Supreme Court of Canada to review an Appeal Court's decision to order a new trial for two men convicted of plotting to crash a Via Rail train.



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Nov 19, 2019

Impeachment hearings: Witnesses testify to 'unusual' Trump-Zelensky call
Two top national security aides who listened to President Donald Trump's July call with Ukraine's president testify that they found the exchange between the leaders "improper" and "unusual."



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

Trump hearings: Security aides testify at start of big impeachment week
Two top national security aides who listened to U.S. President Donald Trump's call with Ukraine are giving testimony, launching a week of back-to-back sessions on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., as those closest to the White House testify.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

Trump hearings: White House officials to kick off big impeachment week
Two top national security aides who listened to U.S. President Donald Trump's call with Ukraine are preparing to testify in the impeachment hearings, launching a week of back-to-back sessions on Capitol Hill as Americans hear from those closest to the White House.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

White House officials to kick off big Trump impeachment week
Two top national security aides who listened to U.S. President Donald Trump's call with Ukraine are preparing to testify in the impeachment hearings, launching a week of back-to-back sessions as Americans hear from those closest to the White House.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

Vancouver woman suing after 'painful' laser hair removal leaves her scarred
A Vancouver woman who was left scarred from laser hair removal is urging others to do their research before committing to the procedure, which is unregulated in B.C.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

U.K. police urge candidates in Dec. 12 election to up security in face of unprecedented threat levels
Serious threats against candidates in the upcoming U.K. election have police recommending they change how they campaign, and concerns are being raised about the impact on democracy long-term.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

Thrifting is losing its stigma: second-hand clothes are sustainable — and cool
Sellers of second-hand clothes are enjoying a boom in business right now in part, they say, because consumers' growing concern about the environment is leading them to turn away from the fast fashion industry, with its throwaway garments and carbon footprint.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

For better or worse, Trudeau's next 4 years are going to be about climate change
The 2019 election result presented Justin Trudeau with an opportunity - and painted him into a corner. Climate change emerged as the key issue of the campaign, giving the Liberals an advantage in the East while building a wall around the West. We'll see Trudeau's response to this challenge in how he designs his next cabinet.



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Nov 19, 2019

No need to worry about war crimes, Trump has soldiers' backs: Neil Macdonald
Trump's pardons for Americans accused of war crimes aren't unique, but his bragging about them is, writes Neil Macdonald.



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Nov 19, 2019

Ottawa woman attacked at resort in Mexico
An Ottawa woman was attacked and beaten at a resort in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula while she was on vacation, her family says.



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Nov 19, 2019

Trump's weekend hospital visit draws a skeptical reaction
U.S. President Donald Trump's unscheduled weekend visit to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center raised suspicions about his health, despite White House officials' insistence that the president was merely getting a head start on his annual physical.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

Protesters hold out as Hong Kong leader urges peaceful resolution
Hong Kong's embattled leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday she hoped a standoff between police and a hold-out group of anti-government protesters at a university could be resolved, as the Canadian government confirms it is aware of Canadians "affected" by the standoff.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

Student protesters hold out as Hong Kong leader urges peaceful resolution
Hong Kong's embattled leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday she hoped a standoff between police and a hold-out group of anti-government protesters at a university could be resolved, as the Canadian government confirms it is aware of Canadians "affected" by the standoff.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

Hundreds of Hong Kong protesters leave university — but some remain
Hong Kong's embattled leader Carrie Lam said Tuesday she hoped a standoff between police and a hold-out group of anti-government protesters at a university could be resolved. Ottawa confirms it is aware of Canadians "affected" by the standoff.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

Hong Kong leader urges peaceful resolution of campus standoff
Hong Kong's embattled leader Carrie Lam said on Tuesday she hoped a standoff between police and a hold-out group of anti-government protesters at a university could be resolved, as the Canadian government confirms it is aware of Canadians "affected" by the standoff.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

Thousands of CN Rail employees are on strike, but talks continue
About 3,200 Canadian National Railway conductors, trainpersons and yard workers are on strike after the union and company failed to reach a deal by the midnight ET deadline.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

Thousands of CN Rail employees go on strike as talks continue
About 3,200 Canadian National Railway conductors, trainpersons and yard workers are on strike after the union and company failed to reach a deal by the midnight ET deadline.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 19, 2019

Thousands of CN Rail employees head on strike, but talks continue
About 3,200 Canadian National Railway conductors, trainpersons and yard workers are on strike after the union and company failed to reach a deal by the midnight ET deadline.



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Nov 19, 2019

Thousands of CN Rail employees on strike amid contract talks
Ottawa has urged Canadian National Railway Co. and the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference to continue negotiating as the roughly 3,200 conductors, trainpersons and yard workers went on strike.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Diplomat says of Trump Ukraine call with ambassador: 'I remember it vividly'
The phone call U.S. State Department official David Holmes overheard between President Donald Trump and Ambassador Gordon Sondland lasted just two minutes. But it won't be easily forgotten.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Ian Williams wins the 2019 Scotiabank Giller prize for debut novel
Ian Williams has won the 2019 Scotiabank Giller Prize, Canada's richest literary award for fiction, for his novel Reproduction. 



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Indian police raid New Delhi call centre targeting Canadians, 32 arrested
New Dehli police say they have arrested 32 people and shut down a call centre which scammed Canadians out of their money via fraudulent phone calls involving their social insurance numbers.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

An open door to reconciliation: inside Ottawa's new Indigenous Peoples building
When it opens, 100 Wellington Street in Ottawa will be the first and only building dedicated to and for Indigenous Peoples on Parliament Hill. Many hope it will change the way Indigenous leadership is viewed in Canada's parliamentary system.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Kenney government denies political interference over plan to fire election commissioner
Alberta elections commissioner Lorne Gibson, who has levied more than $200,000 in fines in his investigation of the 2017 UCP leadership race, would be fired if a bill introduced by the government Monday is passed and proclaimed into law. 



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Kenney government moves to fire election commissioner — partway through investigation
Alberta's government is facing accusations of political interference for moving to fire the province's elections commissioner, who is in the middle of investigating Premier Jason Kenney's 2017 campaign for the leadership of the United Conservative Party. 



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

B.C. introduces Fuel Price Transparency Act to try to prevent gas gouging
The provincial legislation tabled Monday stems from a months-long gas price inquiry ordered by the NDP government.



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Nov 18, 2019

B.C. introduces Fuel Price Transparency Act to try to prevent price gouging at the pumps
The provincial legislation tabled Monday stems from a months-long gas price inquiry ordered by the NDP government.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

B.C. introduces Fuel Transparency Act to try to prevent price gouging at the pumps
Provincial legislation tabled by the NDP is the government's attempt to prevent price gouging.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Mailing free home HIV tests helps detect more infections, U.S. study shows
Mailing free home HIV tests to high-risk men offers a potentially better strategy for detecting infections than usual care, according to a U.S. government study.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Canadian ministers meet with CN Rail, union in effort to avert strike
Canada's Liberal government sent two ministers on Monday to meet with representatives of Canadian National Railway and its largest union, as already hard-hit shippers pleaded for government intervention to avert a strike planned for early on Tuesday.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

10 times more land affected by leak from Keystone pipeline than first thought
An oil spill from the Keystone pipeline in eastern North Dakota has affected almost 10 times the amount of land as first reported.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Bettman declines to weigh in on Don Cherry, says MacLean 'spoke from the heart'
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman says Sportsnet broadcaster Ron MacLean "spoke from the heart" during his monologue on Hockey Night in Canada and opted not to elaborate on the departure of Don Cherry and Coach's Corner.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

NHL commissioner, Sportsnet president remain quiet on Don Cherry firing
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman says Sportsnet broadcaster Ron MacLean "spoke from the heart" during his monologue on Hockey Night in Canada and opted not to elaborate on the departure of Don Cherry and Coach's Corner.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Fatality inquiry adjourned in N.S. murder-suicide involving veteran and his family
A long-awaited fatality inquiry into the death of an Afghanistan war veteran who killed his family and himself in rural Nova Scotia has been adjourned until early 2020.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Veteran's family disappointed by delay of inquiry into his suicide, family's death
A long-awaited fatality inquiry into the death of an Afghanistan war veteran who killed his family and himself in rural Nova Scotia has been adjourned until early 2020.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

After 20 years, Washington tribe hopes to hunt whales again
The Makah Tribe — the only Indigenous group in the U.S. with a treaty right to hunt whales — is still waiting for government permission to hunt again as their people historically did.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Two more senators defect to upstart group, one citing Scheer's leadership
Two more senators are leaving their caucuses to join the upstart Canadian Senators Group — with Conservative Quebec Sen. Jean-Guy Dagenais citing his discontent with Andrew Scheer's leadership as the reason for his defection.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Trump says he'll 'strongly consider' Pelosi offer to testify in impeachment inquiry
President Donald Trump suggested Monday he might be willing to offer written testimony in the House impeachment inquiry over whether he pressured Ukraine's president to investigate Joe Biden and his son while withholding aid to the country.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Watch Montreal Impact introduce Thierry Henry as its new coach
Watch live coverage now as Montreal Impact introduces France star Thierry Henry as its new head coach.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Thierry Henry hopes to learn from past mistakes in new role as coach of Impact
The Montreal Impact introduced former Arsenal and France star Thierry Henry as its new head coach Monday. 



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

1 year on, most oil-and-gas bailout money has moved, federal government says
Canada's $1.6-billion bailout for Alberta's battered oil industry is well underway, but with little transparency about who is getting the money and for what.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Long, cold, messy winter that's 'more frozen than thawed' ahead for most of Canada
November has already brought historically early snowfall in southern Ontario and power outages in the Prairies, setting what the Weather Network's chief meteorologist says will be a trend throughout a winter that's expected to be long, cold and messy.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Charges stayed after Quebec man waited too long for French trial in Edmonton
An Edmonton judge has stayed charges against a man accused of fraud after determining Marc Vaillancourt's right to be tried in French within a reasonable delay had not been upheld.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Trudeau, king of Jordan meet to talk refugee issues, security concerns
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau lauded the king of Jordan for his leadership in the Middle East during troubled times.



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Nov 18, 2019

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Jordan's king to meet in Ottawa today
Justin Trudeau and Jordan's king, who meet today in Ottawa, will discuss the partnership between Canada and Jordan, and efforts to promote diversity and counter violent extremism, according to the Prime Minister's Office.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

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Nov 18, 2019

China tells U.S. and Britain to stop interfering in Hong Kong affairs
Foreign countries, including the United States and Britain, should stop interfering in Hong Kong's internal affairs, China's ambassador to London said Monday as protesters continued to battle Hong Kong police.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Ontario high school teachers vote in favour of possible strike
Ontario's high school teachers are poised to walk off the job if contract negotiations with Premier Doug Ford's government remain stalled.



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Nov 18, 2019

Sudbury woman fights for job after being fired on maternity leave
A Sudbury woman is fighting to get her job back after being terminated while on maternity leave.



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Nov 18, 2019

Manitoba nurses' college puts mandatory English tests on hold after pushback from schools
The regulatory body for Manitoba nurses has found local nursing students are sometimes graduating without adequate English skills — but attempts at enforcing mandatory testing have hit a roadblock after opposition from post-secondary institutions. 



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

How the American environmental movement dealt a blow to Alberta's oilpatch
The plan to weaken Alberta's oilsands came together in a Minneapolis hotel. It was the fall of 2008, and a group of NGOs spent part of a conference there brainstorming tactics for slowing down the growth of the oilsands. They identified pipelines as an ideal target.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Demise of Canadian cannabis website a symptom of failed dreams: Don Pittis
There's an increasing view that the Canadian cannabis bonanza was little more than a pipe dream. That may not quite be true.



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Nov 18, 2019

Fatality inquiry begins in N.S. murder-suicide involving military vet
Lionel Desmond shot and killed his wife, daughter and mother before turning the gun on himself. An inquiry will examine whether Desmond had access to appropriate mental health services, should have been able to buy a gun and whether healthcare providers were properly trained.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

Alleged 'prolific' Toronto identity thief is wanted by Quebec police
A Toronto woman who police say is a "professional" and "prolific" identity thief is also wanted by Quebec police. Deborah Oguntoyinbo is already facing more than 50 charges in the Toronto area relating to identity thefts and frauds in four jurisdictions. 



CBC Top Stories
Nov 18, 2019

10 shot, 4 killed at backyard football party in California
Ten people were shot and four of them were killed Sunday at a party in Fresno when suspects snuck into a backyard filled with people and fired into the crowd, police say.



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Nov 18, 2019

4 dead, 6 wounded in California football party shooting
Four people were killed and six more wounded when "unknown suspects" snuck into a backyard filled with people at a party in central California and fired into the crowd, police said.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Hong Kong police battle protesters in university siege
With night falling in Hong Kong, police tightened a siege Monday at a university campus as hundreds of anti-government protesters trapped inside sought to escape.



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Nov 17, 2019

Hong Kong police fire rubber bullets to pin back campus protesters
Hong Kong police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to force back anti-government protesters trying to escape a university where hundreds are holed up with petrol bombs and other homemade weapons amid fears of a bloody crackdown.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Besieged Hong Kong protesters prepare for bloody crackdown as U.S. urges restraint
Hong Kong police lay siege to a university where hundreds of anti-government protesters were bunkered down with petrol bombs and other homemade weapons, amid fears of a bloody crackdown and U.S. calls for restraint.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Choking and crying, Hong Kong protesters pinned back on campus
Hong Kong police fired rubber bullets and tear gas to pin back frantic anti-government protesters fleeing a university where hundreds were holed up with petrol bombs and other homemade weapons amid fears of a bloody crackdown.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Hong Kong police, protesters clash at university campus
With night falling in Hong Kong, police tightened a siege Monday at a university campus as hundreds of anti-government protesters trapped inside sought to escape.



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Nov 17, 2019

Hong Kong police, protesters locked in university standoff as Global Affairs confirms Canadians 'affected'
Anti-government protesters remain trapped inside a Hong Kong university campus sealed off by police, as the Canadian government confirms it is aware of Canadians "affected" by the standoff.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Security tight at Hong Kong university as hundreds of protesters trapped on campus
Hong Kong police fired tear gas at protesters as they tried to escape a besieged university while hundreds more pro-democracy activists stayed inside armed with petrol bombs and other weapons awaiting an expected operation to oust them.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Students stage dramatic escape as Hong Kong police battle protesters at university
With night falling in Hong Kong, police tightened a siege Monday at a university campus as hundreds of anti-government protesters trapped inside sought to escape.



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Nov 17, 2019

Students stage dramatic escape as Hong Kong police battle protesters in university siege
With night falling in Hong Kong, police tightened a siege Monday at a university campus as hundreds of anti-government protesters trapped inside sought to escape.



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Nov 17, 2019

Students stage dramatic escape from campus as Hong Kong police battle protesters
With night falling in Hong Kong, police tightened a siege Monday at a university campus as hundreds of anti-government protesters trapped inside sought to escape.



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Nov 17, 2019

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Nov 17, 2019

MD in court to claim too-long waits give patients right to pay for private health care
Dr. Brian Day steps into a courtroom today as final arguments begin in the culmination of a battle he launched a decade ago saying patients have a right to pay for private care if the public system leaves them waiting too long.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Bank wires fraudsters over $800K of retiree's savings, despite red flags
A Calgary man is suing his private bank after it wired money to fraudsters, despite security red flags. A former FBI agent says wire fraud is now "so rampant" in Canada and the U.S. that better laws are needed to protect customers.



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Nov 17, 2019

Polarizing ex-defence secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa wins Sri Lanka presidential vote
Gotabaya Rajapaksa, a former defence official revered by Sri Lanka's ethnic majority for his role in ending a bloody civil war but feared by minorities for his brutal approach, declared victory Sunday in the nation's presidential election.



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Nov 17, 2019

Blue Bombers to face Tiger-Cats in 107th Grey Cup
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers advanced to the Grey Cup with a 20-13 win over the host Saskatchewan Roughriders in Sunday's CFL West Division final.



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Nov 17, 2019

Flooded Venice records 3rd exceptional tide as other parts of Italy hit with rain, snow
Stores and museums in Venice were mostly closed in the hardest-hit area around St. Mark's Square, but tourists donned high rubber boots or even hip waders to witness and photograph the spectacle.



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Nov 17, 2019

Maddison Yetman, the terminally ill 18-year-old who urged Canadians to vote, has died
Maddison Yetman, who made a viral video urging people to vote in October's federal election, has died.



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Nov 17, 2019

U.K. media call Prince Andrew's sexual misconduct rebuttal a PR disaster
British media on Sunday slammed Prince Andrew's effort to rebut claims that he had sex with a teenager who says she was trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein, branding his televised interview a complete public relations disaster.



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Nov 17, 2019

U.K. media calls Prince Andrew's sexual misconduct rebuttal a PR disaster
British media on Sunday slammed Prince Andrew's effort to rebut claims that he had sex with a teenager who says she was trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein, branding his televised interview a complete public relations disaster.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Panel warns of superbug deaths; Health Canada reviewing allergy drug: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.



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Nov 17, 2019

Hong Kong protesters fire arrows from campus fortress
Hong Kong protesters used bows and arrows and hurled gasoline bombs from a barricaded university campus on Sunday, as police charged and charged again, firing tear gas and water cannon after fiery clashes overnight.



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Nov 17, 2019

Hong Kong protesters set fires on bridges leading to Polytechnic University
Protesters on Sunday set fire to bridges leading to Hong Kong Polytechnic University as they tried to keep police from advancing on their stronghold, while other demonstrators used bows and arrows from the barricaded campus.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Hong Kong police storm university amid fiery explosions
Hong Kong police stormed into a university campus held by protesters early Monday after an all-night siege that included firing repeated barrages of tear gas and water cannons.



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Nov 17, 2019

Hong Kong police threaten to use live bullets if 'rioters' use lethal weapons
Hong Kong police have threatened to respond with live bullets if "rioters" use lethal weapons and commit other acts of violence, amid a standoff with protesters who have been hurling gasoline bombs outside a university campus.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

'A microcosm of the country': How impeachment hearings are playing out in parts of swing state of Michigan
In the swing state of Michigan, which helped Obama and Trump win their elections, here's how the fallout from the presidential impeachment hearings is affecting voters.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

'A microcosm of the country': How impeachment hearings are playing out in parts of swing-state Michigan
In the swing state of Michigan, which helped Obama and Trump win their elections, here's how the fallout from the presidential impeachment hearings is affecting voters.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

A crime of opportunity: Why certain shoppers steal at self-checkout
Self-checkout provides average shoppers with shoplifting opportunities, turning them into "part-time" thieves who try to rationalize their bad behaviour, say industry experts.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

A crime of opportunity: Why some shoppers steal at self-checkout
Self-checkout provides average shoppers with shoplifting opportunities, turning them into "part-time" thieves who try to rationalize their bad behaviour, say industry experts.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Experts optimistic amid predictions in new report that Canada will miss emission targets
Some experts are optimistic despite a new international report that found Canada won't meet its 2030 and 2050 targets.



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Nov 17, 2019

Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver aware of 36 cases of clergy sex abuse since 1950s, CBC learns
The Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver was aware of 36 cases of abuse by clergy under its jurisdiction since the 1950s, including 26 involving children, results of an internal review of cases of clergy sexual abuse obtained by CBC's The Fifth Estate show.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Despite Pierre Trudeau's flaws, give him the credit he deserves on national unity
Despite all of Pierre Trudeau's flaws and failures, it is the success he achieved in dealing with the crucial issue of his day that defines his legacy, writes Wyatt James Schierman.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

In new season, The Crown doesn't shy away from royal controversy
Netflix's The Crown echoes current events from Russian infiltration to strained international relations as it tackles 1960s and '70s Britain with an all-new cast.



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Nov 17, 2019

In season 3, The Crown doesn't shy away from royal controversy
Netflix's The Crown echoes current events from Russian infiltration to strained international relations as it tackles 1960s and '70s Britain with an all-new cast.



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Nov 17, 2019

Netflix's 3rd season of The Crown tackles tumultuous history, echoes current events
Netflix's The Crown echoes current events from Russian infiltration to strained international relations as it tackles 1960s and '70s Britain with an all-new cast.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Netflix's The Crown tackles tumultuous history, echoes current events
Netflix's The Crown echoes current events from Russian infiltration to strained international relations as it tackles 1960s and '70s Britain with an all-new cast.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

Undercover Mountie tried to blame theft on disability
An undercover Mountie who was caught stealing and then tried to blame the episode on a disability has had her grievance denied.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 17, 2019

U.S., South Korea postpone military drills to bolster peace effort with North Korea
The United States and South Korea announced on Sunday they will postpone military drills scheduled for later this month in an effort to bolster a stalled peace push with North Korea, which criticized the joint military air exercise as provocative.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2019

Hong Kong sees renewed clashes at besieged university campus
Police fired tear gas Sunday at protesters holding out at Hong Kong Polytechnic University as overnight clashes resumed in the morning.



CBC Top Stories
Nov 16, 2019

Hong Kong university campus engulfed by tear gas, fire bombs in latest clash
Police fired tear gas Sunday at protesters holding out at Hong Kong Polytechnic University as overnight clashes resumed in the morning, while opposition lawmakers criticized the Chinese military for joining a cleanup to remove debris from streets.



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