• Roy Moore sexual misconduct allegations divide Alabama voters
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    Roy Moore sexual misconduct allegations divide Alabama voters

    Birmingham radio host Andrea Lindenberg says allegations of sexual misconduct against Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore have left conservative Christian voters in the state divided

  • Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams to stand down
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    Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams to stand down

    The Sinn Féin president reveals he plans to stand down as leader of the party next year.

  • Trans job fair draws criticism
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    Trans job fair draws criticism

    A transgender Kenyan refugee defies critics after inviting the Canadian Armed Forces to her transgender-focused job fair

  • 'People sense Robert Mugabe is gone'
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    'People sense Robert Mugabe is gone'

    Protests turn to celebrations on the streets of Zimbabwe's capital Harare.

  • Political parody using puppets
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    Political parody using puppets

    Political parody and comedy have played an increasingly important roles in the public dialogue during the Trump administration's time in office. With no shortage of content available, one group is trying a fresh way to take on tough political topics: parody with puppets

  • Giller Prize nominee Michelle Winter's journey to critical acclaim
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    Giller Prize nominee Michelle Winter's journey to critical acclaim

    Giller Prize nominee Michelle Winter's story isn't one of overnight success. In fact, her shortlisted book I am a Truck almost didn't even get published. Her debut novel took 10 years to write, making its success an even bigger surprise to Winter.

  • Making concerts more inclusive for the deaf
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    Making concerts more inclusive for the deaf

    For the over 350,000 Canadians who identify as deaf, a concert is something that can be difficult to experience. It has long been an issue in Canada for those who want to go to see big events and are calling for more inclusion. Fortunately their concerns have finally gotten some attention; when music

  • NAFTA negotiations provide little optimism
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    NAFTA negotiations provide little optimism

    NAFTA negotiations have resumed in Mexico and this round is doing little to provide optimism on a deal getting done. The updated list of trade objectives released by U.S. negotiators includes positions both Canada and Mexico have said they wouldn't support. It's not just the trade partners that

  • Tesla's truck venture
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    Tesla's truck venture

    Renee Filippone has reaction to the Tesla Semi from the Canadian trucking industry

  • Mugabe makes first public appearance following coup
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    Mugabe makes first public appearance following coup

    Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe made his first public appearance following a military coup. For the past few days Mugabe has been under house arrest, left to watch as more people add their voice to those clamouring for his removal

  • Addressing Canada's guns and gang problem
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    Addressing Canada's guns and gang problem

    The federal government has announced new plans to fight the impact of guns and gangs in Canada. Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says stopping the flow of illegal weapons into the hands of criminals it the top priority

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    How worried should we be about melting ice caps?

    As the UN climate change conference ends, BBC Science's David Shukman takes a look at melting ice caps.

  • 'Evil' legacy of Mafia boss Toto Riina
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    'Evil' legacy of Mafia boss Toto Riina

    Notorious Sicilian Mafia "boss of all bosses" Salvatore "Toto" Riina has died from cancer in jail, aged 87.

  • ‘I have more hope here than back home’
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    ‘I have more hope here than back home’

    Haitians granted protected status in the US face an uncertain future under the Trump administration.

  • Divestment decision
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    Divestment decision

    Joanne McNeish of Ryerson University on potential energy sector disruption if Norway's wealth fund decides to drop oil and gas stocks

  • Driving demand
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    Driving demand

    John Ferguson, CEO of Purolator, on the effect that online shopping is having on delivery services

  • Keystone spill
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    Keystone spill

    Author Dennis McConaghy on pipeline spill just days before a key hearing on Keystone XL in Nebraska

  • Somato Cherry: headphones for the hands
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    Somato Cherry: headphones for the hands

    CBC's Eli Glasner tries the Somato Cherry, a new handheld device that translates music into tactile sensations

  • Zimbabwe: Inflation, famine and sanctions
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    Zimbabwe: Inflation, famine and sanctions

    The recent history of a country in turmoil.

  • Children in Need pump trolley challenge
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    Children in Need pump trolley challenge

    A fundraising mission to try and set a new world record while raising money for Pudsey Bear.

  • Mudbound's Dee Rees aims for 'changing people's idea about themselves'
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    Mudbound's Dee Rees aims for 'changing people's idea about themselves'

    Mudbound actors Rob Morgan, Garrett Hedlund and filmmaker Dee Rees on making the film festival favourite, adapted from a book by Hillary Jordan.

  • Alex Trebek on his Order of Canada honour
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    Alex Trebek on his Order of Canada honour

    The longtime Jeopardy host talks to CBC News about receiving one of Canada's highest civilian honours, going home to Sudbury, Ont., and discovering a crack in his Walk of Fame star

  • ICYMI
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    ICYMI

    Some stories you might have blinked and missed this week.

  • Hero dog gets highest bravery award
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    Hero dog gets highest bravery award

    Eight-year-old Mali has been given the Dickin Medal for serving in Afghanistan.

  • Mugabe makes appearance at a university graduation
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    Mugabe makes appearance at a university graduation

    This is Mugabe's first public appearance since Zimbabwe's military took control of the count