Island Icons, Boomer and Bruce, say goodbye
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Island Icons, Boomer and Bruce, say goodbye

Islanders will get a chance to bid farewell to CBC News: Compass host Bruce Rainnie…

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OPINION |  Why ‘side conversations’ need to be eliminated to improve First Nations health care
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OPINION | Why ‘side conversations’ need to be eliminated to improve First Nations health care

Amid chronic failure of health-care systems serving First Nations, senior bureaucrats are now referring to…

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Trump decided to not cancel NAFTA after talking to Canada/Mexico
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Trump decided to not cancel NAFTA after talking to Canada/Mexico

U.S president pulls back after calls from Canadian PM Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique…

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WATCH as Syrian refugees in limbo finally arrive in Toronto
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WATCH as Syrian refugees in limbo finally arrive in Toronto

Family greeted by sponsors in Toronto after more than one year. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.4078658…

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Trudeau says he convinced Trump not to cancel NAFTA
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Trudeau says he convinced Trump not to cancel NAFTA

PM Justin Trudeau reacts to a tweet from U.S. President Donald Trump saying he was…

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Dog returned to original family after $1K donation
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Dog returned to original family after $1K donation

A three-year-old girl is holding her dog Maverick tight after he was returned to her…

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100 days of Trump: Q&A with the CBC’s Keith Boag
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100 days of Trump: Q&A with the CBC’s Keith Boag

CBC’s Washington correspondent Keith Boag is took your questions on Trump’s first three months in…

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CBC INVESTIGATES: RCMP vacancy rate in Manitoba hits 8%
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CBC INVESTIGATES: RCMP vacancy rate in Manitoba hits 8%

At a time when the RCMP is already facing concerns about staff shortages, new numbers…

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B.C. provincial leaders debate
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B.C. provincial leaders debate

Liberal Leader Christy Clark, NDP Leader John Horgan and Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver face…

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Iconic Vancouver store for outdoor enthusiasts is closing up shop after 70 years in business.
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