Canadians Sponsoring Refugees Face Delays
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Canadians Sponsoring Refugees Face Delays

A Canadian businessman offered to sponsor 50 Syrian refugee families. But like others, he’s been…

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New phase in U.S.-Cuba relations takes off
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New phase in U.S.-Cuba relations takes off

American Airlines Flight 17 was the first commercial flight from the U.S. to Havana in…

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The National LIVE
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The National LIVE

Welcome to the National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News, hosted by Peter Mansbridge.…

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Driverless cars hit Canadian roads
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Driverless cars hit Canadian roads

Ontario has become the first province to put automated cars on the road Click here…

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Benefits ending for Syrian refugees
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Benefits ending for Syrian refugees

Government benefits for Syrian refugees are ending after a year and some families worry they…

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The Castro eulogy: did Trudeau embarrass Canada?
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The Castro eulogy: did Trudeau embarrass Canada?

The Prime Minister is defending a statement he released, calling the former Cuban president a…

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WATCH LIVE: The National November 27, 2016
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WATCH LIVE: The National November 27, 2016

Welcome to the National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News, hosted by Peter Mansbridge.…

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Jean Chrétien remembers Fidel Castro
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Jean Chrétien remembers Fidel Castro

Former PM sits down with CBC’s Hannah Thibedeau to discuss the death and legacy of…

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Fidel Castro’s polarizing legacy
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Fidel Castro’s polarizing legacy

Castro’s death prompts celebrations in Miami, mourning in Havana, CBC’s Adrienne Arsenault reports Click here…

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Reporting from Syria
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Reporting from Syria

The CBC’s Margaret Evans describes what it’s like to report from inside the war-torn country…

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