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Why overlooked green energy sector is an economic powerhouse: Don Pittis

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While politicians promote the economics of fossil energy, a report out today indicates they, and other Canadians, have a blind spot for the economic clout of the low-carbon energy businesses.

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Secretly filmed by boyfriend for years, Montreal-area woman says 'it felt like the end of the world'

Melissa

For eight years, Melissa thought she had struck gold: she had a supportive and caring boyfriend who loved her kids, even if they weren't his own. Then she discovered the hidden cameras.

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Sex doll ruled to be child porn, but N.L. judge finds 54-year-old man not guilty

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A St. John's man accused of possessing child pornography in an unusual case involving what has been described as a child sex doll has been found not guilty.

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Modi's party claims victory in Indian election

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party claimed it had won re-election with a commanding lead in Thursday's vote count, while the stock market soared in anticipation of another five-year term for the Hindu nationalist leader.

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'I don't do coverups': Trump's threat to refuse policy talks could move him closer to impeachment

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U.S. President Donald Trump's attempts to stonewall Democratic investigations against him entered a new phase Wednesday, as the president issued an ultimatum: Stop the investigations, or he'll stop negotiating on policy.

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Sask. First Nation 'very, very excited' about famous chief's exoneration

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Members of a Saskatchewan First Nation say they've waited decades for their famous chief's treason-felony conviction to be wiped away. That day has arrived.

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What U.S. flooding could mean for Canada's Prairie farmers

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Flooding across the United States agriculture belt continues to thwart the planting of key crops — something that could help some Canadian farmers fetch better commodity prices themselves.

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Toronto plastic surgeon told to remove security cameras from consult rooms

Dr. Martin Jugenburg during a consultation

The regulatory body for doctors in Ontario has made a formal allegation of professional misconduct against a Toronto plastic surgeon who had security cameras in his consult rooms. The rooms are where patients are regularly asked to remove their clothing during��pre- and post-operative appointments.

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Why overlooked green energy sector is an economic powerhouse: Don Pittis

Wind Energy 20160317

While politicians promote the economics of fossil energy, a report out today indicates they, and other Canadians, have a blind spot for the economic clout of the low-carbon energy businesses.

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TD, RBC report 2nd quarter profits up

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Canada's two biggest banks had quarterly profits of more than $3 billion each

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What U.S. flooding could mean for Canada's Prairie farmers

Congress Disaster Aid

Flooding across the United States agriculture belt continues to thwart the planting of key crops — something that could help some Canadian farmers fetch better commodity prices themselves.

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New mortgage loans slowed in Canada but overall value is still rising, says CMHC

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The number of mortgage loans in Canada grew at a slower pace in the fourth quarter as housing activity cooled, according to a new report from the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation, but the value of all mortgages is still rising.

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Federal Reserve still thinks rate hikes are possible, minutes show

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Federal Reserve officials at their recent meeting believed the central bank could remain "patient" in deciding when to adjust interest rates, though some officials thought future rate hikes might still be needed.

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China's Xi Jinping tells his country to get ready for hard times in trade war

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China must prepare for difficult times as the international situation is increasingly complex, President Xi Jinping said in comments carried by state media on Wednesday, as the country faces increased tariffs in a bitter trade war with Washington.

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