Margaret Atwood, Bernardine Evaristo jointly win Booker Prize
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Margaret Atwood, Bernardine Evaristo jointly win Booker Prize

Canadian writer Margaret Atwood and British author Bernardine Evaristo split the prestigious Booker Prize after…

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The National for October 14, 2019 — Election Countdown, Syria, Celine Dion.
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The National for October 14, 2019 — Election Countdown, Syria, Celine Dion.

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

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Refugee family who helped Snowden still await entry to Canada
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Refugee family who helped Snowden still await entry to Canada

The family of asylum seekers who once helped U.S. whistleblower Edward Snowden have been waiting…

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Hong Kong’s pro-democracy activists ask U.S. for help
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Hong Kong’s pro-democracy activists ask U.S. for help

After a week of increased violence in Hong Kong, its pro-democracy activists are asking the…

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Céline Dion on Courage, her husband’s death, and her icon status
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Céline Dion on Courage, her husband’s death, and her icon status

Céline Dion candidly talks to host of CBC Radio’s q with Tom Power about her…

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Thousands in Ukraine march against peace deal with Russia
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Thousands in Ukraine march against peace deal with Russia

Thousands of Ukrainian nationalists marched as part of a “no to capitulation” protest in Kyiv,…

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Democrats, Republicans unite on Trump’s decision on Syria
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Democrats, Republicans unite on Trump’s decision on Syria

Backlash within the U.S. against President Donald Trump’s decision to pull its troops from northern…

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Six millennials react to the federal leaders’ debate | The Millenials
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Six millennials react to the federal leaders’ debate | The Millenials

Millennials make up the biggest voting bloc this time around, including these six, who are…

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How leaders will try to convince voters in final election week | The War Room
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How leaders will try to convince voters in final election week | The War Room

With the two major parties now both below 33 per cent support nationwide and only…

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Why some big oil players are welcoming a carbon tax
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Why some big oil players are welcoming a carbon tax

Carbon capture projects aren’t new to the oilsands, although only a few of the facilities…

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