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'I won't be quiet,' says jailed Philippine senator, vocal critic of President Duterte

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Jailed Philippine Senator Leila de Lima says she's a political prisoner. President Rodrigo Duterte says she's a drug trafficker. CBC's Adrienne Arsenault travelled to Manila for an exclusive jailhouse interview with de Lima.

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Health-care havoc: Trump's 1st legislative test a 'big loser' that puts his agenda on shaky ground

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Donald Trump’s first major legislative push to eliminate and replace the current health-care legislation ran off road Friday, striking a blow his young presidency’s momentum and denting his image as a master negotiator.

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Nurse accused in seniors' deaths stated 'it wasn't accidental,' childhood friend says

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A childhood friend of accused killer Elizabeth Wettlaufer shares transcripts of their online chats in an exclusive interview with CBC's The Fifth Estate.

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Douglas Garland attacker pleads guilty to assault after taking part in jailhouse beating

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One of Douglas Garland's attackers has pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily harm for punching the triple murderer at the Calgary Remand Centre just hours after he was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 75 years for the kidnapping and murders of Nathan O'Brien, 5, and his grandparents, Alvin and Kathy Liknes.

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How moving to Canada helped Amy Jo Johnson, the first Pink Power Ranger, reinvent her career

Amy Jo Johnson

The crush of fame that came with starring in Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers in the '90s was almost too much for a young Amy Jo Johnson to handle. But it was the start of a varied and ultimately successful career.

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Black hole gets unusual 'kick' out of galaxy core thanks to gravitational waves

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A team of international researchers got a bit of a shock recently: A supermassive black hole — something that normally anchors the centre of a galaxy — was spotted speeding away from its home. The reason? Gravitational waves, says the research team.

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Nuns model skillful ways to speak to ill seniors

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The sisters caring for cognitively impaired elderly nuns in a Midwestern convent spoke to their care recipients in a strikingly different way, linguistic anthropologist finds.

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Canada's promise of troops, police officers 'hasn't materialized,' says UN's outgoing head of peacekeeping

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The outgoing head of United Nations peacekeeping operations says he's still waiting ''to see the concrete result'' of Canada's announced troop contribution to global peacekeeping missions as the Trudeau government prepares to announce an international peacekeeping summit in Vancouver this fall.

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National contest tries to convince students that lucrative sales jobs are 'sexy'

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The Great Canadian Sales Competition was designed to encourage more young people to pursue a career in sales. There are plenty of junior positions available, but companies can't find enough candidates, despite a youth unemployment rate of 12.4 per cent.

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Keystone XL pipeline gets OK from U.S. State Department

Keystone XL Pipeline

Calgary-based TransCanada has received a presidential permit from the U.S. State Department that allows it to build the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline.

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Toronto stock index extends rally, Wall Street mixed after 'Trumpcare' pulled

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Canada's main stock index extended its rally for a third consecutive day on Friday after beginning the week at its lowest level this year, as Wall Street idled on the latest 'Trumpcare' news.

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Inflation rate cools to 2% in February

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Canada's inflation rate was two per cent in February, a slight cooldown from January's level.

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FCA to wind down transport operations in Windsor

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Nearly 300 jobs are threatened at FCA as the automaker announces an end to its transport operations.

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Wynne: Ontario auto sector concerned about U.S. trade

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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says leaders of the province's auto sector have told her trade with the U.S. is their top concern.

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