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8 glasses of water a day 'an urban myth' - Health - CBC News
The common advice to drink eight glasses of water a day doesn't hold water, say nutrition and kidney specialists who want to dispel the myth
Toronto stage collapse kills man ahead of Radiohead concert - Toronto - ...
A stage at Toronto's Downsview Park collapsed in advance of a Radiohead concert scheduled for Saturday night, crushing a man in his 30s to d
Creating undetectable computer virus 'surprisingly simple' - Tec...
Since the Flame computer virus was discovered earlier this week, much attention has been focused on its sophistication. But online security
Asteroid arrives for extra-close flyby - Technology & Science - CBC ...
Watch online now as a 130,000-tonne asteroid flies closer to Earth than any other object its size or larger has ever been predicted to come
Keystone XL decision coming today, U.S. media reports say - Politics - C...
The U.S. State Department is set to announce Wednesday whether it will approve TransCanada's controversial Keystone XL pipeline extension, U
Shooting at Toronto's Eaton Centre, police say - Toronto - CBC News
Toronto police say there has been a shooting at the Eaton Centre, a busy shopping mall in the downtown core.
Moody's downgrades Ontario credit rating - Toronto - CBC News
Moody's Investors Service has downgraded its credit rating for Ontario, a day after another credit rating agency downgraded its outlook for
UN Security Council condemns North Korean nuclear test - World - CBC News
The UN Security Council is strongly condemning North Korea's latest underground nuclear test, which defied orders to shut down atomic activi
Anti-Putin Pussy Riot band members jailed for 2 years - World - CBC News
Three members of the Russian all-girl punk group Pussy Riot have each been sentenced to two years in prison for hooliganism motivated by rel
How the spike in corn prices will hit consumers - Canada - CBC News
Eggs and dairy products will likely be the first to see an increase from higher corn costs. For meat and ethanol, the situation is not so cl
Scathing U.S. report missing from Northern Gateway hearings - Politics -...
A scathing U.S. government report on the 2010 Enbridge oil spill in the Kalamazoo River, Mich., has yet to be entered as evidence into the p
CRTC orders TV ads to turn down the volume - Business - CBC News
The CRTC published today its final set of regulations requiring television advertisers to tone down the loudness of their TV ads.
Students can criticize prof on Facebook, court rules - Calgary - CBC News
Alberta's highest court is siding with two University of Calgary students who say their charter rights were violated when the school punishe
Canadians pay more than Americans for Canadian-made vehicles - Ottawa - ...
Consumer advocates say the Competition Bureau should investigate why Canadians are paying thousands of dollars more than Americans for vehic
B.C. to drop HST for 'improved' PST - British Columbia - CBC News
B.C. will drop the HST and return to an improved PST next year, Finance Minister Kevin Falcon announced on Monday in Victoria.
Russian meteor footage highlights dash cam culture - Your Community
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SpaceX rocket launch aborted in last half-second - World - CBC News
A new private supply ship for the International Space Station remains stuck on the ground after rocket engine trouble led to a last-second a
Drug legalization debate divides the Americas - World - CBC News
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has arrived in Colombia for the Summit of the Americas, where a pressing topic is drug trafficking. While the
New Arctic park on agenda for Harper's northern tour - Politics - CBC News
Prime Minister Stephen Harper will announce the creation of a massive new national park in the Northwest Territories during his summer tour