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Dozens dead after magnitude 7.1 earthquake in Mexico

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A magnitude 7.1 earthquake jolted central Mexico on Tuesday, collapsing many buildings, cracking the facades of others and scattering rubble on streets. Early reports put the death toll at at least 134 people.

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'It's going to be catastrophic': Puerto Rico bracing for Hurricane Maria

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Puerto Rico is bracing for the howling winds and rain of Hurricane Maria after the storm smashed into the eastern Caribbean as a Category 5, killing at least one person on the French island of Guadeloupe and leaving "mind-boggling" devastation on Dominica.

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100,000 Canadian victims: What we know about the Equifax breach — and what we don't

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It's been nearly two weeks since we learned about one of the biggest data breaches in recent memory, and many questions remain unanswered.

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Trump's 'sovereignty' pitch at UN could be good news for autocrats

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As U.S. President Donald Trump addressed the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, autocratic states represented in the room may have delighted in one word he used over and over again: Sovereignty.

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Video captures Drake's friend fatally shot at close range in Toronto apartment lobby

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Toronto police have released security camera footage of a man being shot inside the lobby of a Scarborough highrise apartment building. Police have confirmed the victim is a friend of celebrated Toronto rapper Drake.

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Bedroom-sharing rules shut door on affordable housing for some families

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Experts say outdated rules created to gauge overcrowding in Canadian homes are being used to determine who gets affordable housing, leaving some families shut out.

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French leader Emmanuel Macron defends climate accord at UN General Assembly

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France's President Emmanuel Macron has forcefully defended the Paris climate accord, telling the UN General Assembly that although it can be improved, "it will not be renegotiated."

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How to stop trains from killing Canada's grizzly bears

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With grizzly bears dying from train strikes at an alarming rate in the rail corridor between Banff and Yoho national parks since 2000, researchers have been studying why. Now there are signs that measures being taken by researchers, Parks Canada and the railway may be starting to stem the losses.

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Equifax says 100,000 Canadians impacted by cybersecurity breach

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A massive cybersecurity breach at the company may have exposed the personal information of some 100,000 Canadian consumers, Equifax Canada says 12 days after it was disclosed that the personal data of about 143 million Americans was exposed.

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Liberals will offer measure to soften small business tax changes, source says

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The Liberal government intends to offer some kind of measure to soften the blow of proposed tax reforms, CBC News has learned.

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Ford cutting North American production as demand slips

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Ford Motor Co. said on Tuesday it plans to idle five North American vehicle assembly plants for a total of 10 weeks to reduce inventories of slow-selling models.

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Air Canada seeks credit card partner for new loyalty program

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Air Canada is looking for a financial services company to partner with it on a co-branded credit card, as part of its plans to launch a new loyalty program by 2020.

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Trudeau urges Canadian aerospace companies to pressure Boeing

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is encouraging Canadian companies that work with Boeing to speak out against the U.S. aerospace giant's trade dispute with Montreal-based rival Bombardier.

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Ottawa ran a smaller deficit than expected last year, at $17.8B

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The federal Finance Department says the government ran a smaller deficit than it was expecting in the spring budget, ending its 2016-17 fiscal year with a deficit of $17.8 billion.

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