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'It might be us now, but it could be you tomorrow': Survivors reckon with deadly mosque shootings

Adrian Wright

"Each time we close our eyes, we see all of the dead bodies around us," says Abdul Aziz, a 48-year-old father of four who is being hailed as a hero after chasing the gunman in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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Search for Turkish man underway after 3 killed, 9 wounded in Utrecht tram shooting

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Dutch police have released the name and photo of a 37-year-old Turkish man sought in connection with Monday morning's shooting on a tram in Utrecht that has left three people dead and nine wounded.

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Trudeau appoints Joyce Murray as Treasury Board president

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has appointed Joyce Murray as Treasury Board president, filling the vacancy left by the abrupt resignation of Jane Philpott.

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Tire warranty 'not worth the paper it's written on,' B.C. man says after manufacturer refuses to pay out

Gerald Renaud

A B.C. man is on a mission to protect fellow drivers after battling a tire giant that wouldn't pay out on a warranty. According to one auto expert, warranties are a marketing tool that mislead consumers with exaggerated claims of longevity that are hyped and often "fictional."

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Canada needs aircraft certification standards that don't simply acquiesce to the U.S.

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Canada's mistake wasn't its delay in grounding the Boeing 737 Max 8. Its mistake was allowing the plane to fly in the first place

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Federal budget to target Canada-wide high speed internet by 2030

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The Trudeau government will roll out a multi-year plan in the federal budget to give all Canadians access to high-speed internet by 2030, CBC News has learned.

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Facebook to unveil new rules for election ads

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Facebook will unveil a series of measures later today in a bid to prevent its platform being used to disrupt the next federal election and to conform with changes to Canada's election law, CBC News has learned.

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After losing 6 family members in plane crash, Ontario man visits Ethiopia in search of remains and closure

Manant Vaidya and wife Hiral

Of the 18 Canadians killed on the downed Ethiopian Airlines flight, Manant Vaidya’s family lost six. Now, the Brampton, Ont., family is hoping to find their remains and a sense of closure at the crash site.

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Lyft plans to sell 30 million shares and raise $2 billion in IPO within weeks

Lyft IPO

Lyft officially kicked off the road show for its initial public offering, putting 30 million shares up for sale Monday with an anticipated price of between $62 and $68 US per share.

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Ottawa to announce plans for talks with Indigenous groups on Trans Mountain equity stake, revenue sharing

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Ottawa will soon announce plans for exploratory talks with Indigenous groups on possible equity and revenue-sharing arrangements on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, according to a letter written by Finance Minister Bill Morneau and obtained by CBC News.

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Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank shares up after announcing merger talks

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Shares in Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank rose on Monday after the two said they were in merger talks, but that didn't stop people from questioning what a merger would accomplish.

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Boeing shares fall again after news reports question 737 Max certification process

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Boeing Co. shares fell by more than 2.2 percent early on Monday, after a pair of newspaper reports over the weekend raised more questions about the certification process for its 737 MAX jets before two recent deadly crashes.

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There's nothing funny about the economic effects of Brexit: Don Pittis

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A study by U.S. and British scholars proves Brexit uncertainty is slowly murdering the British economy. So why are those crazy Brits still laughing?

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Tire warranty 'not worth the paper it's written on,' B.C. man says after manufacturer refuses to pay out

Gerald Renaud

A B.C. man is on a mission to protect fellow drivers after battling a tire giant that wouldn't pay out on a warranty. According to one auto expert, warranties are a marketing tool that mislead consumers with exaggerated claims of longevity that are hyped and often "fictional."

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