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G7 leaders agree to fight protectionism, U.S. still not on board on climate agreement

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The Group of Seven leaders have agreed to keep fighting protectionism, a win for the six countries who had been pushing U.S. President Donald Trump to come around to their view of free trade.

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5 things to watch for in today's Conservative leadership result

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After a year of campaigning, it's mostly all over but the counting for the 13 candidates in the Conservative leadership race. As the final few votes are cast in person and the tabulation machines set to work Saturday, here's what to watch for when the results are revealed at 5 p.m. ET.

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More flour products added to growing list of national flour recall

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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has added more brands to its recall list of flour and flour-based products, over further fears of E. coli contamination.

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How a Vancouver reporter felt when a 'disturbing' murder plot against her came out in court

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Canadian journalists have watched with a mix of shock and alarm as often-violent rhetoric against reporters has heated up in the U.S. But this week, it was made clear that Canadian reporters are not immune to retaliation, when the Vancouver Sun's Kim Bolan revealed a murder plot against her. She sat down to speak with CBC's The Investigators.

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Computer outage grounds hundreds of British Airways flights in London


British Airways has cancelled all flights from London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports, saying an IT outage is affecting its systems worldwide.

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Canada is uncomfortably allied with the torturers of the new Iraq: Neil Macdonald


Under Saddam Hussein, the minority Sunni elite terrorized the Shia majority, using just the sort of casual torture currently practised by a division of the Iraqi army and exposed in a recent Toronto Star report. Now, the Shia are in charge, and ISIS is the devil, and clearly, any Sunni is a legitimate suspect.

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Anti-Muslim slurs lead to triple stabbing on Portland train

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Two men were killed and a third injured in a knife attack after they tried to stop what police are describing as a hate speech incident in Portland, Oregon.

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Has saving gone out of style? What you can do to put more away for the future


Canadians aren't saving as they once did and collectively are holding record high levels of debt. In a recent Facebook Live, personal finance expert Rubina Ahmed-Haq answered questions about how to get a handle on your financial future.

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Broker, agent who worked with subsidiary of Home Capital disciplined

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An Ontario regulator says it has imposed disciplinary actions against a mortgage broker and agent who worked with Home Trust Co., a subsidiary of Home Capital Group, over their handling of mortgages.

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Nortel Canada to start paying billions to creditors


Nortel Canada's long-suffering creditors will finally begin to receive their share of more than $4 billion US to be distributed under a plan approved in January, eight years after the former technology titan began bankruptcy proceedings.

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OPEC decision stabilizes oil prices, but for how long?

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The cartel's extension of oil-production cuts is for nine months, but after that opinions vary about whether oil prices will take off or start slumping yet again — two possibilities that would have a major impact on Alberta's recovery.

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Rising program expenses propel fed 2016-17 deficit to $21.8B: preliminary estimate

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A $21.7-billion surge in federal program expenses was almost entirely responsible for the government's expected 2016-17 deficit, according to a preliminary analysis of Ottawa's books.

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U.S. GDP reading for start of year revised upward, but still weak


The U.S. economy started 2017 out with a whimper, but it wasn't quite as weak as first thought. The government revised up its January-March growth reading to a rate of 1.2 per cent — better than an earlier estimate of 0.7 per cent but well below President Donald Trump's ambitious growth targets.

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Ford's ex-CEO leaves company with $51.1M US

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Ford's former CEO Mark Fields is leaving the company with an estimated $51.1 million in cash, stock awards and pension benefits.

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