• 'I tend to be a pretty fast read of people'
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    'I tend to be a pretty fast read of people'

    New dragon Lane Merrifield explains exactly how to connect with him inside the den: keep it real.

  • The Syrian war video game
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    The Syrian war video game

    A video game has been made about the conflict in Syria. The aim of the game is to try and get a refugee to safety in Europe.'Bury me, my love' is mobile-based and the designer says the game aims to educate people and 'tackle real world problems'.

  • Floating secret aid into North Korea
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    Floating secret aid into North Korea

    Activists in South Korea say they are providing "a lifeline" to their neighbours in the North in the form of plastic bottles filled with food, medicine and USB sticks carrying entertainment.They gather fortnightly on Ganghwa island near the border to throw the bottles containing aid into the

  • 'Are you willing to put on the line everything you have?'
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    'Are you willing to put on the line everything you have?'

    New dragon Vincenzo Guzzo shares just how he plans to grill those making pitches in the den.

  • Windrush: The view from Jamaica
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    Windrush: The view from Jamaica

    What Jamaicans think about the Windrush deportation row, their compatriots involved and who's to blame.The row erupted after it emerged relatives of migrants from Commonwealth Caribbean countries who settled in the UK from the late 1940s to the 1970s had been declared illegal immigrants if they could

  • Sympathy for sleepy Prince William
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    Sympathy for sleepy Prince William

    The Duke of Cambridge appeared to be struggling with a lack of sleep as he attended a service at Westminster Abbey on Wednesday.The Anzac Day memorial was his first public engagement following the birth of his third child.

  • More van attack victims identified, as Torontonians pay tribute
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    More van attack victims identified, as Torontonians pay tribute

    More victims from Monday's van attack in Toronto have been identified, as people around the city visit a growing memorial and pay tribute to those injured and killed. Two governments, South Korea and Jordan, say they lost citizens in the attack. CBC News has not yet independently confirmed those

  • David Suzuki's honorary degree angers Albertans
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    David Suzuki's honorary degree angers Albertans

    The decision to award David Suzuki an honorary degree by the University of Alberta has angered many Albertans. The university has been flooded with complaints about a tribute planned for Suzuki. University alumni — many of whom work as engineers, lawyers or accountants in Calgary — say they will consider

  • Pilot makes emergency landing on Calgary street
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    Pilot makes emergency landing on Calgary street

    A pilot was forced to make an emergency landing on a Calgary street, after reporting a fuel pump problem. All six people on board are OK. The plane sustained minor damage when it clipped a light pole shortly before landing.

  • Truck driver says industry needs better standards
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    Truck driver says industry needs better standards

    A longtime member of the trucking industry says mandatory training is needed, along with better standards. Currently truck drivers in Canada do get tested, but there is no mandatory training across Canada and each province has its own standard.

  • Suspect's possible motive in van attack doesn't surprise women
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    Suspect's possible motive in van attack doesn't surprise women

    The Toronto van attack suspect's possible motive — misogyny may have been a factor — doesn't surprise advocates for women. Police have confirmed that the majority of the victims in the attack are women, but have not said whether misogyny played a role. Advocates say even a possible link needs

  • Incels and extremism: How an involuntary celibate's frustrations can evolve
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    Incels and extremism: How an involuntary celibate's frustrations can evolve

    Incels and extremism are in the spotlight following Monday's van attack in Toronto — CBC News takes a look at how an involuntary celibate's frustrations can evolve into deadly action.

  • Good Samaritans recount moments following van attack
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    Good Samaritans recount moments following van attack

    Good Samaritans stepped in to help in the moments following the van attack in Toronto. CBC News spoke to some of the ordinary citizens who looked past the chaos to answer the desperate need for help.

  • Questioning Poloz
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    Questioning Poloz

    Ed Devlin of PIMCO on Stephen Poloz's appearance before senators

  • The Round-up
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    The Round-up

    Joanne McNeish, associate professor at Ryerson University, on some of the day's top stories

  • Canada's 'inclusive growth' agenda
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    Canada's 'inclusive growth' agenda

    Sunil Johal, policy director at Mowat Centre, on pushing for an 'inclusive growth' agenda

  • Photos that tell the story of the last 75 years
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    Photos that tell the story of the last 75 years

    An exhibition at the Newseum in Washington shows off some of the most striking photos of the last seven decades.Produced by Mat Morrison, camera by Ian Druce, edited by Bill McKenna, music by Gene D'Andrea

  • Mesmerising lava lake overflow in Hawaii
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    Mesmerising lava lake overflow in Hawaii

    Lava has risen above the crater floor in Hawaii's Kilauea volcano for the first time since 2016.

  • The Big Picture
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    The Big Picture

    The panel discusses the latest NAFTA negotiations, which some say could lead to a new deal within days

  • Selling FAANG
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    Selling FAANG

    Ophir Gottlieb, CEO of Capital Market Laboratories, on why investors are not impressed with the FAANG stocks despite their earnings

  • Female bikers revving up for healthcare
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    Female bikers revving up for healthcare

    The FBI, Female Bikers Initiative, is a group of Nigerian women taking health awareness across their country, on their motorbikes.Video Journalist: Ema Edosio, BBC Pidgin

  • 'It's the worst job and no-one cares'
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    'It's the worst job and no-one cares'

    The release of Facebook's content moderation guidelines has drawn attention to the difficult work of those whose job it is to review the material. The company says psychological help is available to all its moderators 24 hours a day.Angus Crawford spoke to one woman about the impact of a job where

  • Deaf refugees in a foreign land
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    Deaf refugees in a foreign land

    Many refugees face problems of isolation, but things can be particularly challenging for those who are deaf.The Austrian organisation, Equalizent, based in Vienna, provides courses in sign language and written German for asylum seekers and refugees from Iraq, Afghanistan and Iran.Some are learning sign

  • Mourners attend a candlelight vigil for the victims of the Toronto van attack
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    Mourners attend a candlelight vigil for the victims of the Toronto van attack

    The vigil was held near the scene of Monday's attack

  • How tariffs saved the US pencil industry
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    How tariffs saved the US pencil industry

    As President Trump continues to place import tariffs on items ranging from aluminium to solar panels, such trade barriers are very much in the news again.However, tariffs are nothing new, and back in 1994 the US placed them on imports of Chinese pencils, which it said were being sold in American at under