• Frothy business
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    Frothy business

    Aaron Saltzman on whether the booming craft beer business has reached its peak

  • Drugs-for-votes scheme reported in a Saskatchewan First Nation
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    Drugs-for-votes scheme reported in a Saskatchewan First Nation

    Cocaine, marijuana and cash used to bribe voters, says federal investigation

  • CRA frustrations driving people to tears
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    CRA frustrations driving people to tears

    The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is accused of targeting vulnerable people and failing to answer millions of phone calls

  • Income sprinkling changes worry small-business owners
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    Income sprinkling changes worry small-business owners

    Liberals' tax changes to tighten rules around income sprinkling

  • Bitcoin regulation
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    Bitcoin regulation

    Bart Chilton, formerly of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, has pushed for a regulatory framework to oversee cryptocurrencies

  • Food price outlook
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    Food price outlook

    Sylvain Charlebois of Dalhousie University on where food prices are expected to go in 2018

  • Fed decision
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    Fed decision

    Lindsey Piegza, chief economist with Stifel Fixed Income, on the latest interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve

  • Why did black Alabamians vote for Jones?
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    Why did black Alabamians vote for Jones?

    Democrat Doug Jones just won the Alabama Senate seat with the help of 96% of the state's black voters. Why did they pick him?

  • Catalonia's election explained
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    Catalonia's election explained

    On December 21 Catalonia's regional election will take place, following its dramatic bid for independence in October.The BBC's Europe reporter Gavin Lee presents the key players in the election, with the help of some rather colourful figurines.

  • IMAX boss: Don't sell tech too hard
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    IMAX boss: Don't sell tech too hard

    IMAX is a way of screening films which immerses the audience in the action, and blockbusters like Dunkirk and the latest Star Wars have been shot and screened on IMAX. But CEO Richard Gelfond admits when he took over, he tried to sell the new technology far too hard.Video journalist: Jeremy HowellFollow

  • Million dollar idea: Public relations
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    Million dollar idea: Public relations

    Public relations people are everywhere. Big businesses have them; celebrities have them; so do sports stars and celebrities. Aaron Heslehurst explains how the PR industry was born, and describes some of its most notorious triumphs.

  • Mapping malaria parasites to save lives
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    Mapping malaria parasites to save lives

    An Oxford company has developed a handheld device that can sequence the genome of malaria parasites - to help doctors detect quickly what strain of the disease they're dealing with.

  • On the election trail with Gujarat's women bikers
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    On the election trail with Gujarat's women bikers

    Why are girls dropping out of school in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state? In one district female literacy is only 52%.The BBC joins four women bikers on the election trail to find out.

  • Drogba: Salah texted me over scoring worries
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    Drogba: Salah texted me over scoring worries

    Chelsea and Ivory Coast legend Didier Drogba BBC African Footballer of the Year Mohamed Salah sought advice from his former teammate, worried about not scoring enough goals.Drogba told the Liverpool and Egypt star that he just needed time and confidence for the goals to come. Interview: Ata Ahli Ahebla

  • Doug Jones celebrates his victory in Alabama
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    Doug Jones celebrates his victory in Alabama

    Jones is the first Democrat to win in Alabama in over 25 years

  • Moore not ready to admit Alabama defeat.
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    Moore not ready to admit Alabama defeat.

    Roy Moore is waiting until all votes are counted before admitting Jones win

  • What the Alabama upset means for Trump
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    What the Alabama upset means for Trump

    Democrat Doug Jones victory over Republican Roy Moore in deeply conservative Alabama could have real consequences for President Donald Trump, the BBC's Nick Bryant explains.

  • 'It is not over': Moore doesn't concede
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    'It is not over': Moore doesn't concede

    The Trump-backed Republican candidate says his Alabama Senate race isn't over, despite being behind to Democrat Doug Jones with 99% of votes counted.

  • Assisted dying: What happens when doctors disagree on what the law says?
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    Assisted dying: What happens when doctors disagree on what the law says?

    Nancy Vickers, 64, struggled with Parkinson's disease and wanted an assisted death. But the first doctor she saw felt her case wasn’t covered under federal law. Vickers held firm, and navigated a system some critics say creates inconsistent access for patients. Vickers died with a different doctor

  • What the jury didn't hear at the Laura Babcock murder trial
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    What the jury didn't hear at the Laura Babcock murder trial

    Jurors are now weighing the evidence in the Toronto trial of Dellen Millard and Mark Smich, who are accused of killing Laura Babcock. But what didn’t they hear? Shannon Martin explains what was kept from the jurors and why

  • Settlement in firefighter's sexual harassment case
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    Settlement in firefighter's sexual harassment case

    A settlement has been reached in a former Halifax firefighter's sexual harassment case. The city and its fire department will admit to historic and systemic gender discrimination, bringing an end to a fight former firefighter Liane Tessier has been battling for over a decade

  • More controversy over Kent Hehr
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    More controversy over Kent Hehr

    More controversy is surrounding Disabilities Minister Kent Hehr. For the third time in a week, he is being accused of being insensitive and insulting, leading Hehr to defend himself once again

  • 'Lonely gifs' celebrate solitude in Japan
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    'Lonely gifs' celebrate solitude in Japan

    From walking on a rainy street to smoking outside a convenience store, a series of pensive gifs depicting solitude have recently struck a chord in Japan. Freelance illustrator "Motocross" Saito spoke to the BBC about why he made them, and why he thinks they have resonated. Video by the BBC&

  • 'I blame the coalition'
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    'I blame the coalition'

    Civilians are returning to Raqqa after Islamic State were pushed out, but dangers, and wounds, remain.

  • The Roundup
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    The Roundup

    Conor Bill, managing director of Mt. Auburn Capital, on some of the day's top stories