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Parents condemn B.C. psychologist's choice to retire rather than face hearing for role in custody cases

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Dr. Allan Posthuma was an expert witnesses in child custody cases for decades. But his work has recently been the subject of five investigations by B.C.'s College of Psychologists that alleged some major flaws. Yet parents who were affected seem to have no recourse in court.

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Is Justin Trudeau not still prime minister? Your Week 1 election questions

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Answers to some of your most common — and most interesting — questions during Week 1 of the federal election campaign.

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Facebook advertisers can write own headlines for shared news stories

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Advertisers are able to write their own copy, when sharing a link as an advertisement on Facebook, potentially opening the door for misleading ads to spread.

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With Salvini gone, Italy realigns its migrant strategy to work with Germany, Spain

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Italy’s newly formed ruling coalition of the populist Five Star movement and left-leaning Democratic Party has decided to once again allow humanitarian rescue ships to dock here after more than a year of blocking ships under Matteo Salvini, the former minister of the interior.

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CBC's chat bot helps you spot 'fake news' — and avoid spreading it

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CBC has created a chat bot tool for Facebook Messenger to help you spot disinformation and decide what news sources you can trust throughout the campaign.

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Autoworkers in U.S. strike against GM in contract dispute

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More than 49,000 members of the United Auto Workers walked off General Motors factory floors or set up picket lines early Monday as contract talks with the company deteriorated into a strike.

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Victim in deadly Mississauga shooting ID'd as Grade 12 student Jonathan Davis

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A 17-year-old boy killed in a shooting in Mississauga, Ont., has been identified as Jonathan Davis, a Grade 12 student just weeks into his final year of high school. 

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Name calling and market pressure may curb U.S. Fed's independence: Don Pittis

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As inflation kicks in again, and with world oil prices up sharply following weekend attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities, it may actually be boneheaded to cut rates if evidence shows the economy remains strong.

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Autoworkers in U.S. strike against GM in contract dispute

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More than 49,000 members of the United Auto Workers walked off General Motors factory floors or set up picket lines early Monday as contract talks with the company deteriorated into a strike.

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Ontario health-care workers' pension has up to $430M at stake in Danish tax dispute

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One of Canada's largest pension funds has been hauled into court in Denmark in a dispute about whether it improperly claimed hundreds of millions of dollars in tax rebates on Danish stock dividends.

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Best Buy, Staples accused of 'urging' customers to pirate TV shows with devices sold in stores

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Super Channel, a pay TV network, has filed a lawsuit against four Canadian retailers, including Best Buy and Staples, for allegedly selling "pirate devices" and teaching customers how to use them to pirate content.

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Energy prices spike after Saudi oil attack, U.S. blaming Iran

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Global energy prices spiked on Monday after a weekend attack on key oil facilities in Saudi Arabia caused the worst disruption to world supplies on record, an assault for which President Donald Trump warned that the U.S. was "locked and loaded" to respond.

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When it comes to personal finances, most Canadian voters have the same concerns

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Over the course of this election, political parties will spend millions targeting voters. They'll try to convince you they're just like you. They're worried about the same things you are and hopeful about the same things, too. But how much do we Canadians really know about one another?

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