Canadians must curb smartphone addiction, says author Neil Pasricha | The Big Fix
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Canadians must curb smartphone addiction, says author Neil Pasricha | The Big Fix

Canadians are addicted to their smartphones and it is affecting their well-being and productivity, says…

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Protesters should “check their privilege” says Scheer | Power & Politics
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Protesters should “check their privilege” says Scheer | Power & Politics

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said protesters “need to check their privilege” and called on the…

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Trudeau under pressure over rail blockades | Power & Politics
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Trudeau under pressure over rail blockades | Power & Politics

Prime Minister Trudeau rejected a call from Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer to direct the RCMP…

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Busting phone scammers: Police raids shine light on overseas call centres
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Busting phone scammers: Police raids shine light on overseas call centres

Our journalists got exclusive access to an undercover RCMP investigation into major scam calls that…

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Coastal GasLink: Exploring Indigenous support and opposition
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Coastal GasLink: Exploring Indigenous support and opposition

The $6-billion, 670-kilometre Coastal GasLink pipeline has received approval from the province, and 20 First…

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Canadian clothing manufacturer raped women, children, lawsuit alleges
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Canadian clothing manufacturer raped women, children, lawsuit alleges

This story contains disturbing details. Peter Nygard denies all allegations. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.5463684 »»»…

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How this woman turned gaming into a full-time job
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How this woman turned gaming into a full-time job

Robin Lee is a professional streamer on the online gaming platform Twitch. With more than…

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Deaf curler overcomes challenges with high-tech, low-tech tricks
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Deaf curler overcomes challenges with high-tech, low-tech tricks

Emma Logan is making history as the first deaf curler to compete in the Canadian…

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Wet’suwet’en supporters in Victoria rally outside government buildings
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Wet’suwet’en supporters in Victoria rally outside government buildings

Supporters of the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs who oppose the construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline…

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Veterans read valentines from students
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Veterans read valentines from students

The Valentines for Vets program delivers students’ handmade cards to veterans. This year, Ridgewood Veterans…

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