• N.S. man can't receive medically assisted death due to lack of doctors
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    N.S. man can't receive medically assisted death due to lack of doctors

    'No one else should ever go through this,' says cancer patient Weldon Bona

  • Incredible video shows drone helping to rescue swimmers in trouble
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    Incredible video shows drone helping to rescue swimmers in trouble

    Drone drops inflatable life raft on to Aussie teens caught in riptide

  • 'If I tried to escape they said they would kill me'
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    'If I tried to escape they said they would kill me'

    "Peter" came to Britain looking for a new life but instead he was held captive and forced to work for nothing. Luckily he managed to escape and is now rebuilding his life - he now works at a Co-op store. He told the BBC's Nina Warhurst his story.

  • Weed strains: Marijuana marketing - spin or science?
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    Weed strains: Marijuana marketing - spin or science?

    When it comes to cannabis, there are a wide variety of weed strains to choose from — but is it all marketing spin or is there actual science behind the development of each strain? With the legalization of recreational marijuana on the horizon, it will be important for people to know what's in their

  • Does Canada need a loneliness strategy?
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    Does Canada need a loneliness strategy?

    Does Canada need a loneliness strategy? Britain recently appointed a cabinet minister to try and find a solution for an increasing number of people who say they're lonely. About 200,000 seniors in the U.K. say they haven't had a conversation with a friend or relative in more than a month. Manitoba

  • Hassan Diab: 'Justice has finally prevailed'
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    Hassan Diab: 'Justice has finally prevailed'

    Hassan Diab, the Canadian professor who spent more than three years in France in solitary confinement, says justice has finally prevailed. Canada agreed on extradite Diab to France after investigators in that country linked him to the fatal 1980 bombing of a Paris synagogue. Diab's charges were recently

  • How to improve the role of women in business
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    How to improve the role of women in business

    Recommendations have been made on how to improve women’s role in business and enable them to grow. It's been the focus of a council of female business leaders, set up last year by U.S. President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The council's first report has been released

  • Popular pill for morning sickness doesn't work
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    Popular pill for morning sickness doesn't work

    A popular pill prescribed for morning sickness doesn't work, according to data analyzed by a Toronto doctor. Diclectin is often recommended as a treatment for women suffering from nausea and vomiting during pregnancy. In Canada, doctors write 300,000 prescriptions for the pill each year. When a Toronto

  • Pineapple cocaine ring
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    Pineapple cocaine ring

    Police in Portugal and Spain have seized cocaine hidden inside pineapples.The drugs had been transported from South America.

  • Heavy flooding prompts evacuation anxiety in Newfoundland
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    Heavy flooding prompts evacuation anxiety in Newfoundland

    Heavy flooding from a massive weekend rainfall has prompted evacuation anxiety in Newfoundland. The town of Deer Lake has been under an evacuation warning since Monday after the Humber River flooded its shores and threatened homes. River levels have dropped slightly, but with ice heading toward the town

  • Bank of Canada raises rate — what does it mean for you?
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    Bank of Canada raises rate — what does it mean for you?

    The Bank of Canada has raised its benchmark rate a quarter of a per cent to 1.25 per cent — but what does that mean for Canadians? Whether it’s an increase to your mortgage or personal loans or earning more from savings accounts, the rate increase will force Canadians to rethink their approach to managing

  • Bank of Canada raises interest rate
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    Bank of Canada raises interest rate

    Jacqueline Hansen reports on the latest move by the Bank of Canada to boost borrowing costs

  • Can this 'suicidal' river be tamed?
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    Can this 'suicidal' river be tamed?

    The Pilcomayo River breathes life into some of the most remote regions of Paraguay and Argentina, but it’s also notoriously unpredictable. As one of the most heavily silted rivers in the world, it’s congested by sediment to the point of being “suicidal”, meaning it will block its own path if left alone

  • Beauty queen's message to racist critics
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    Beauty queen's message to racist critics

    Angeline Flor Pua, 22, has only been Miss Belgium for four days but has already been subjected to racist abuse on social media.Born in Antwerp to Philippine parents, she described what the experience has been like and how she's addressing the hurtful comments.Video journalist: Xavier Vanpevenaege

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    YouTube ads

    Jesse Hirsh on Google's plan for humans to review video from its most popular YouTube creators following complaints

  • The Big Picture
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    The Big Picture

    The panel debates what impact a rate hike will have on the Canadian economy

  • The Roundup
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    The Roundup

    Jan Da Silva, CEO of the Toronto Board of Trade, on some of the day's top stories

  • Rate hike impact
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    Rate hike impact

    Keith Emery, operations director at Credit Canada Debt Solutions, on what a Bank of Canada rate hike means for you and how to cope with it

  • 'Chance of N Korea war highest in decades'
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    'Chance of N Korea war highest in decades'

    Former top US military official Admiral Mike Mullen tells the BBC's Katty Kay that armed conflict with North Korea is more likely now than it has been "in decades".

  • Wobbly planes and slippery roads
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    Wobbly planes and slippery roads

    Wintry weather in parts of the UK made it tough for planes to land and drivers to stop in the snow.

  • Republican senator slams Trump, compares him to Russian dictator Josef Stalin
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    Republican senator slams Trump, compares him to Russian dictator Josef Stalin

    'Our own president uses words ... spoken by Josef Stalin to describe his enemies,' Arizona's Jeff Flake tells Senate

  • Trump's media attacks compared to Stalin
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    Trump's media attacks compared to Stalin

    Republican Senator Jeff Flake slammed Donald Trump in a speech on the Senate floor, saying the president was using Joseph Stalin's words to attack press freedom.

  • World's largest underwater cave system discovered in Mexico
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    World's largest underwater cave system discovered in Mexico

    Consists of connected caverns spanning 347 kilometres

  • Trump's tweets show off his 'wit'
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    Trump's tweets show off his 'wit'

    US President Donald Trump is using Twitter to jump over the mainstream media to direct message the people who voted for him, the former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci has said.Asked about President Trump’s tweet about the size of his nuclear button, Mr Scaramucci told BBC Hardtalk

  • Donald Trump's impact on trade in Asia
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    Donald Trump's impact on trade in Asia

    Did Donald Trump kill off "unfair" trade deals in Asia? The BBC's Karishma Vaswani assesses the impact of the US withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement or TPP.