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Dawson City waits and watches for spring breakup
After a winter of precarious ice conditions on the Yukon River at Dawson City, breakup looms. But when? There's a tradition in Dawson City, Yukon that stretches back more than a hundred years — betting on when the winter ice on the Yukon River will break
CBC News partnered with Google to tell Canada’s Vimy story in a new way. Go with Peter Mansbridge into the tunnels of Vimy in our 360 documentary, then explore the memorial as it looks today in a series of 360 photographs.
Poppy quarter led to spy coin warnings
The surprise explanation behind the U.S. government's sensational but false warnings about mysterious Canadian spy coins is the harmless poppy quarter, the world's first colourized coin.
Norway to build world's first tunnel for ships
Norway plans to build the world's first tunnel for ships, a 1,700-metre passageway burrowed through a piece of rocky peninsula that will allow vessels to avoid a treacherous part of sea.
Jupiter extra close, extra bright this week
Jupiter is extra close and extra bright this week, and that means some amazing, new close-ups. The planet's Great Red Spot is especially vivid. It's a storm big enough to swallow Earth, but is mysteriously shrinking.
Famed astronaut John Glenn laid to rest at Arlington
The flag-draped casket of John Glenn, the first American to orbit the earth, was covered in plastic to protect it from a steady rain as it was carried on a horse-drawn caisson to his final resting place at Arlington National Cemetery. Later, his widow, An
RCMP accuse Vice-Admiral Norman of leaking cabinet secrets
RCMP allege the senior naval officer violated the Criminal Code by leaking government secrets, an accusation that arises from a 16-month probe into the release of information about cabinet deliberations to a Quebec-based shipbuilder
Unusually large swarm of icebergs blocking shipping lanes
More than 400 icebergs have drifted into the North Atlantic shipping lanes over the past week in an unusually large swarm for this early in the season, forcing vessels to slow to a crawl or take detours of hundreds of kilometres.
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