• Irish abortion vote: 'We made history'
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    Irish abortion vote: 'We made history'

    The Republic of Ireland has voted overwhelmingly to overturn the abortion ban by 66.4% to 33.6%.Currently, abortion is only allowed when a woman's life is at risk, but not in cases of rape, incest or fatal foetal abnormality.Here's how people on the streets of Ireland reacted to the vote.

  • How the Irish abortion referendum unfolded
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    How the Irish abortion referendum unfolded

    The Republic of Ireland has voted overwhelmingly to overturn the abortion ban by 66.4% to 33.6%.Here's how the referendum unfolded.

  • Varadkar: 'Today we say no more'
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    Varadkar: 'Today we say no more'

    The Republic of Ireland has voted overwhelmingly to overturn the abortion ban.Irish Prime Minister, Leo Varadkar praised the "historic" vote, which saw the campaign to repeal the law win by 66.4% to 33.6%.

  • Canada's first Arctic inshore rescue boat station
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    Canada's first Arctic inshore rescue boat station

    Next month marks the opening of Canada's first Arctic inshore rescue boat station in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. It's also the first station that will be run by Inuit students hired by the Canadian Coast Guard.

  • Korean leaders in ‘Hollywood’ meeting
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    Korean leaders in ‘Hollywood’ meeting

    South Korea has made a movie-style video showing its president, Moon Jae-in, meet his North Korean counterpart, Kim Jong-un, for only the second time.It comes as the two sides continue efforts to put a historic US-North Korea summit back on track.On Thursday US President Donald Trump cancelled the summit

  • Kilauea volcano destroys homes in Hawaii
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    Kilauea volcano destroys homes in Hawaii

    Lava flows have destroyed dozens of houses as residents are instructed to evacuate.

  • Yes or No? How people voted in Ireland
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    Yes or No? How people voted in Ireland

    Ireland has gone to the polls to decide whether to repeal a part of the constitution that effectively bans terminations.A vote for Yes was pro-choice; a vote for No was anti-abortion. So how did Irish people vote, and why?

  • Welcoming people #HomeToVote in Dublin
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    Welcoming people #HomeToVote in Dublin

    Well-wishers have been greeting people returning home with a warm welcome at Dublin airport.It is thought that thousands travelled back to Ireland to vote in Friday’s referendum on abortion.

  • Abortion rights victory looks likely in Ireland
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    Abortion rights victory looks likely in Ireland

    The Irish government had encouraged a Yes vote in a referendum to repeal the country's strict anti-abortion laws.

  • Canada's first Arctic inshore rescue boat station
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    Canada's first Arctic inshore rescue boat station

    It's also the first station that will be run by Inuit students hired by the Canadian Coast Guard.

  • Securing millennial vote key to winning Ontario election
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    Securing millennial vote key to winning Ontario election

    For the first time, millennial voters will outnumber baby boomers. CBC News spoke to some of those potential voters to see what issues they're focused on.

  • Take a peek at the National Ballet's new production Frame by Frame
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    Take a peek at the National Ballet's new production Frame by Frame

    The National Ballet rehearses for the production's upcoming world premiere under the watchful eyes of Robert Lepage and Guillaume Côté.

  • Canada's ballet gets high-tech makeover
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    Canada's ballet gets high-tech makeover

    CBC News got a behind-the-scenes look at how organizers plan to balance the classic art form with visual innovation.

  • Uncertainty surrounds status of U.S.-North Korea summit
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    Uncertainty surrounds status of U.S.-North Korea summit

    A day after calling it off, U.S. President Donald Trump suggested the meeting may still happen.

  • Rare Nipah virus disease resurfaces in India
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    Rare Nipah virus disease resurfaces in India

    Ten people there have died after being infected with the Nipah virus, a disease thought to be spread by fruit bats and other animals.

  • Harvey Weinstein arrested on rape charges
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    Harvey Weinstein arrested on rape charges

    Dozens of women have come forward with allegations of wrongdoing by Weinstein. CBC News spoke to one of the women for her reaction to the arrest.

  • Manhunt for bomb attack suspects in Mississauga, Ont.
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    Manhunt for bomb attack suspects in Mississauga, Ont.

    Police are still trying to determine the motive, but say it does not appear to be a hate crime or a terrorist act.

  • European privacy law
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    European privacy law

    Jan Kestle, president and CEO of Environics Analytics, on what the implementation of GDPR means to businesses.

  • Preparing for GDPR
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    Preparing for GDPR

    Darcy McGilvery of Snaptech has worked closely with companies to make sure they are compliant with the new rules.

  • Millennial franchisees
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    Millennial franchisees

    Gary Prenevost on a traditional sector of the economy that's getting a boost from millennial business owners.

  • Alexa is listening
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    Alexa is listening

    Ramona Pringle of Ryerson University's Transmedia Zone on the price of smart home convenience.

  • 'Mr. Weinstein did not invent the casting couch in Hollywood'
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    'Mr. Weinstein did not invent the casting couch in Hollywood'

    The former film mogul's attorney, Ben Brafman, takes questions after Harvey Weinstein was released on bail.

  • The letters that inspired Miriam Margolyes
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    The letters that inspired Miriam Margolyes

    Ray Costelloe travelled the country in 1908 in her horse-drawn caravan canvassing for women's right to vote.Miriam Margolyes, who attended the same college as Ray, has read from those letters and reflects on her time there.

  • 'We shouldn't have to die chasing the dream'
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    'We shouldn't have to die chasing the dream'

    Speaking at IMS 2018 in Ibiza, the DJ paid tribute to Avicii who took his own life in April.He also said there should be greater support for those in the music industry.

  • Harvey Weinstein smiles in handcuffs
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    Harvey Weinstein smiles in handcuffs

    The movie mogul left a Manhattan court house after being arrested for sexual assault charges.