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    'I teach women how to defend themselves'

    Emily Mosey was beaten up in an attempted rape and now teaches women self-defence. She says there has been a surge of interest in classes following revelations of sexual harassment in the US.

  • Child TV stars reunited after 48 years
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    Child TV stars reunited after 48 years

    The early 1970s BBC television programme "If You Were Me" took children on cultural exchanges around the world.Now a Scottish man and a Dutch man who met as teens have been reunited for the first time in almost 50 years.

  • CBC's Eli Glasner learns K-pop choreography
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    CBC's Eli Glasner learns K-pop choreography

    Just how hard is it to learn the smooth moves of a K-pop idol? CBC's Eli Glasner gets a crash course on Momoland's Boom Boom.

  • More Olympic gold for Canada thanks to Sebastian Toutant
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    More Olympic gold for Canada thanks to Sebastian Toutant

    Canada has another Olympic gold medal at the Winter Games in Pyeongchang thanks to Sebastian Toutant. Toutant finished first in the inaugural men's snowboarding big air event at the Olympics — it's Canada's 11th gold medal at the 2018 Winter Games

  • Hosting Olympics again proving divisive in Calgary
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    Hosting Olympics again proving divisive in Calgary

    The idea of hosting the Olympics again is proving divisive in Calgary. For some, the charm of welcoming the world back to Calgary more than 30 years after hosting the 1988 Winter Games is too hard to resist. For others, talk of the Olympics comes with one big concern: more money and expenses that could

  • Farmers watch Trudeau's India trip as tariffs take their toll
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    Farmers watch Trudeau's India trip as tariffs take their toll

    Canadian farmers are watching Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's trip to India closely as tariffs imposed by India continue taking their toll. India recently introduced major tariffs on pulses ranging from 30 to 50 per cent. The farmers say whether Trudeau can change the Indian government's mind

  • Olympics highlight K-pop's darker problems
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    Olympics highlight K-pop's darker problems

    The Olympics have highlighted K-pop and given the music genre a big platform, but it has also put the spotlight on the industry's darker problems. Some fans say the industry is pushing talent to the breaking point, highlighted by the recent suicide of Kim Jong-hyun

  • Infiltrating North Korea, one USB drive at a time
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    Infiltrating North Korea, one USB drive at a time

    A small army of activists in Halifax is infiltrating North Korea, one USB drive at a time. It's all about getting tiny pieces of information into a country that tries to shelter its population from the outside world. Students at Dalhousie University are making videos of life in Halifax and putting

  • Trump's former campaign adviser Rick Gates pleads guilty
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    Trump's former campaign adviser Rick Gates pleads guilty

    U.S. President Donald Trump's former top campaign adviser Rick Gates has pleaded guilty to federal charges including conspiracy and making false statements. Gates says he will now co-operate with Robert Mueller's investigation in "any and all matters." Gates' plea makes him the

  • Trudeau finally meets Modi on trip to India full of controversy
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    Trudeau finally meets Modi on trip to India full of controversy

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau finally met with India's prime minister Narendra Modi. It was a welcome moment for Trudeau, whose trip to India has been filled with controversy. Both Trudeau and Modi say they boost cooperation to fight terrorism and extremism. However, the invite of a convicted terrorist

  • A march in memory of Tina Fontaine to bring more change
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    A march in memory of Tina Fontaine to bring more change

    A march in the memory of Tina Fontaine was held in Winnipeg in order bring attention to the changes that are needed to ensure the circumstances that led to Fontaine's death aren't repeated. Critics say a string of failures in social services and foster care systems played a big role in Fontaine

  • Toronto's alleged serial killer charged with sixth murder
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    Toronto's alleged serial killer charged with sixth murder

    Toronto's alleged serial killer, Bruce McArthur, has been charged with a sixth murder. McArthur is charged with killing Skandaraj Navaratnam, who was last seen leaving a Toronto gay bar in September 2010. Police say they are examining hundreds of unsolved cases -- and they confirmed their investigation

  • 'Groped by Holy Mosque guard during Hajj'
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    'Groped by Holy Mosque guard during Hajj'

    A number of women have taken to social media to say they've been sexually assaulted during the Hajj pilgrimage.

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    'Groped by Holy Mosque guard during Hajj'

    A number of women have taken to social media to say they've been sexually assaulted during the Hajj pilgrimage.

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    Federal budget

    CBC's Margo McDiarmid on the upcoming federal budget on Tuesday

  • The Roundup
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    The Roundup

    Ian Lee of Carleton University on some of the day's top stories

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    India trip

    CBC's David Cochrane on the prime minister's meeting with Modi

  • Inflation cools
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    Inflation cools

    Brett House of Scotiabank on the latest economic data

  • Scene outside White House after incident
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    Scene outside White House after incident

    A vehicle has struck a barricade outside the White House and a woman has been held, the Secret Service says.

  • What the British think of arming teachers
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    What the British think of arming teachers

    President Trump says he wants some US teachers to be trained to tackle gunmen. What do British people think?

  • Are you suffering from galanthomania?
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    Are you suffering from galanthomania?

    Do you have "dirty knee syndrome"? Prize snowdrop bulbs can sell for thousands, as experts explain.

  • How young conservatives view #NeverAgain
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    How young conservatives view #NeverAgain

    In the wake of the school shooting in Florida, students across the US have been calling stricter gun laws. But do young activists at the Conservative Political Action Conference agree?

  • 'I try like hell to hide my bald spot'
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    'I try like hell to hide my bald spot'

    President Trump relished talking to supporters at the Conservative Political Action Conference, going off-script on several occasions, and even making a joke about his own hair.

  • Satellite photos reveal Myanmar government bulldozing Rohingya villages
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    Satellite photos reveal Myanmar government bulldozing Rohingya villages

    Images taken over seven weeks show destruction of Maungdaw and nearby settlements in Rakhine State

  • Therapy dogs roam Canadian airport to ease travel stress
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    Therapy dogs roam Canadian airport to ease travel stress

    Halifax Stanfield International Airport has partnered with the local St John Ambulance organisation for therapy dogs to roam the terminal. The animals visit every week in the hopes of calming passengers and airport employees. Video by Dan Lytwyn