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'It's very troubling': Hidden camera catches car dealerships breaking sales rules

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Dealerships push longer-term loans to make cars seem more affordable, but an undercover Marketplace investigation reveals some salespeople are either unable or unwilling to explain to customers how those seemingly sweet deals could load them up with debt down the road.

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Accused killer Mark Smich's ex-girlfriend saw animal incinerator in use

Marlena Meneses - BABCOCK

The ex-girlfriend of accused killer Mark Smich told jury members at the Laura Babcock murder trial about a night when Smich and friend Dellen Millard told her they were testing out a towering animal incinerator.

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'Canada does not engage in death squads,' while allies actively hunt down their own foreign fighters

Islamic State Foreign Fighters

Countries like the U.S., U.K., France, and Australia have adopted a policy of killing their citizens who have gone to Syria and Iraq to join ISIS. But Canadians who join the militant group have so far had little to fear from their own government, either at home or abroad.

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Calgary mother gets 3 years in prison for son's strep death

Tamara Ryan Lovett

A Calgary mother convicted in her son's "senseless" death after failing to take the bedridden seven-year-old to a doctor for his treatable strep infection was sentenced to three years in prison Friday.

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'Disturbing' child adoption ads removed following criticism from Indigenous people

Privacy watchdog 20130213

​The B.C. government has removes online child adoption advertisements that allowed prospective parents to search children by race, after criticism from Indigenous people across Canada, in response to a recent CBC News article.

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Ontario Legislature set for weekend debate on bill to end college strike

First Ministers 20171003

The Ontario Liberal government's second attempt to push through legislation to end the province's college strike on Friday did not get unanimous consent, but the bill was introduced and will be debated starting on Saturday.

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Zimbabwe's military backs march aimed at ousting President Robert Mugabe

Chris Mutsvangwa

Leaders of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's party are making plans to force him from office if the 93-year-old leader resists pressure from the army to quit, a senior party source says.

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Nebraska government says latest pipeline leak won't affect Keystone XL decision

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Nebraska state officials say an oil spill from the Keystone pipeline in South Dakota this week won't affect their imminent decision to approve or deny a route for the related Keystone XL project.

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Canada's inflation rate cools slightly in October

StatCan Inflation July 20170818

Canada's rate of inflation came in at 1.4 per cent year-over-year in October, following a 1.6 per cent rate in September, easing mainly due to smaller gasoline price increases, Statistics Canada said Friday.

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Loblaw to be early adopter of Tesla's all-electric Semi

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Canadian grocer Loblaw has ordered 25 of Tesla’s all-electric Semis, as part of an effort to move its fleet of delivery trucks to low-emission vehicles.

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Nebraska government says latest pipeline leak won't affect Keystone XL decision

USA-KEYSTONE/

Nebraska state officials say an oil spill from the Keystone pipeline in South Dakota this week won't affect their imminent decision to approve or deny a route for the related Keystone XL project.

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Thousands more names and companies revealed from Paradise Papers

Former prime ministers Paul Martin and Brian Mulroney

The public will get a glimpse at the tens of thousands of names — including those of more than 3,000 Canadians and Canadian companies — in the Paradise Papers starting today.

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Volkswagen accelerates push into electric cars with big spending plan

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Volkswagen approved a 34-billion-euro ($51 billion Cdn) spending plan on Friday that accelerates its efforts to become a global leader in electric cars.

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Bombardier hiring 1,000 to work on Global 7000 business jet

Bombardier

Bombardier is hiring about 1,000 workers in the Montreal area to work on its Global 7000 business aircraft program, the company said Friday.

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