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Mohamed Fahmy, 2 other Al-Jazeera journalists sentenced to 3 years in prison http://www.cbc.ca/1.3208392
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they messed with wrong dictator
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CBC's the fifth estate uncovers new details about Derek Boogaard's death.
An investigation by the fifth estate discovers rampant over-prescription of drugs by some team doctors in major sports leagues.
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The only problem with the help. The only problem with the help. I will be the first time, but I have been a lot. I will not be a great day and age, the only one who has been in a few weeks ago, and I have been a lot. I am not a good day, and a. The other thing that is the first World
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Defence Minister Jason Kenney says a report by a federal watchdog has clearly demonstrated military police were guilty of "wrongdoing and incompetence" in their investigations, and he promises to fix that.
Defence Minister Jason Kenney says a report by a federal watchdog has clearly demonstrated military police were guilty of "wrongdoing and incompetence" in their investigations, and he promises to fix that.
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It is sobering to reflect that before our current mission in Iraq, the last two military operations undertaken abroad by Canada have been followed by the violent rise of the black flag of ISIS jihadism in these same conflict zones.
Before our current mission in Iraq, the last two military operations Canada undertook abroad have been followed by the violent rise of ISIS jihadism in these same conflict zones, Brian Stewart writes. He is referring to Libya and Afghanistan.
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+Travis El​ They were big getting weapons into Bosnia. Big problem is these sects and the history of home base selfish dudes brainstorming on gold sofas. It's like a big state of better planed David Koresh followers. These guys are not like moderate Muslims that Harper enjoys talking about, in a science lab with a muzzle.
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"It doesn't feel like money."
Despite all the warnings from economists, a report released last week suggests Canadians continue their free-spending ways, which experts say is due to a carefree attitude towards borrowing money.
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Hopefully they invest debt to get off the grid and not in toys.
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You've seen them in shopping malls and retail outlets across Canada — young people selling toys, cosmetics and other products to raise money for charity.

The sellers work for private, for-profit companies who keep the lion's share of the proceeds for themselves, something the customers and host retailers may be unaware of, a CBC News investigation has found.
You’ve seen them in shopping malls and retail outlets across Canada — young people selling toys, cosmetics and other products to raise money for charity. But a CBC News investigation has found that customers and even some retailers were unaware some sellers were working for for-profit companies.
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Canadian soldiers didn't fire back when Kurds gunned down Sgt. Andrew Doiron in last week's friendly fire incident.

The special forces operator was gunned down by Kurdish forces, who claim the Canadians didn't properly identify themselves.
Sgt. Andrew Doiron died almost instantly and his special operations colleagues held their fire last Friday when Canada's Kurdish allies suddenly and unexpectedly swivelled their weapons away from ISIS targets to cut them down, CBC News has learned.
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Thousands of temporary foreign workers are in limbo as a April 1 deadline looms.

In Alberta alone, 10,000 temporary foreign workers have applied to stay in Canada.
On April 1, thousands of temporary foreign workers who have been in Canada for more than four years will either need to be on the path to becoming permanent residents, or will have to leave the country.
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+Carmen Paris its also in some cases black market for what they call economical migration, big money industry. some of workers pay up to 10.000$ to get a job in canada & then stay
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Renovations by mid-market grocers could eat into high-end market share, retail analysts say.
Loblaws is sprucing up, Target is bowing out, Sobeys is eyeing Ontario, and the era of the "conventional" grocer is coming back shinier than ever, according to retail analysts.
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When are we Consumers going to see a $50 dollar barrel of oil on the FREE?? Market reflected at Canadian food stores?????????????????
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Conservatives rebuff NDP attempt to add the privacy commissioner to the Bill C-51 committee witness panel.
The Commons public safety committee isn't planning to give the federal privacy watchdog the opportunity to share his concerns publicly with MPs over sweeping new information-sharing powers.
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Police officer in Ferguson shot in face, another in the shoulder.
Two officers were shot during a protest in front of the Ferguson Police Department early Thursday, authorities said, as demonstrators gathered following the resignation of the embattled police chief of the St. Louis, Mo., suburb.
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Gangster..mob mantality. ..let it burn...don't respond when they need any services. ...they aren't worth risking life and limb over...and let no insurance company cover them.....
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Alex Pavlovic has been living what he calls "a Groundhog Day with the bank," after his CIBC Visa card was compromised and cancelled nine times in just a few months — sometimes before Pavlovic could activate or use it — and no one could explain why.​
Alex Pavlovic has decided to Go Public after his CIBC Aeroplan Infinite Visa card was hacked nine times by sequencing fraud, sometimes even before he activated or used it.
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My wife changed banks from CIBC after they sent her checks to the wrong address.  Then had the nerve to tell her she signed for the fraudulent purchases.  When we received the copy of them we requested.  The signature read clearly Mohamed Mohamed.    She was eventually reimbursed her funds but that wasn't enough after being called liars by the bank.
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