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Ex-Liberal senators' expenses missing key details
A CBC examination of federal Liberal Party documents released Monday reveals that key details are still missing, eight months after the party announced it would make its travel expenses transparent, as it began a release of travel claims by senators who w
Tiny the cat to be honoured at N.B. legislature
Tiny the cat, the formerly fat feline who dieted to health, wellness — and internet notoriety — will be recognized on the floor of the New Brunswick Legislature tomorrow as part of the Fredericton SPCA's 100th anniversary celebration.
Ukraine violence grows, as 13 people killed in fiery mayhem
Thousands of police armed with stun grenades and water cannons charged into the large opposition camp in Ukraine's capital that has been the epicentre of nearly three months of anti-government protests after at least nine people were killed in street clas
Military loses $3.1B in Conservative budget
The Defence Department was effectively stripped today of more than $3 billion it had planned to spend on major new military purchases in the near future, in what amounts to the second major setback it’s faced in as many weeks.
It's Official: Clay Aiken Running for Congress
Former American Idol star Clay Aiken is officially running for Congress. The season two runner-up announced his candidacy in a video posted on Wednesday. Aiken is running for the House of Representatives seat in North Carolina's second district, looking t
Health Canada library changes leave scientists scrambling
Health Canada scientists are so concerned about losing access to their research library that they're finding workarounds, with one squirrelling away journals and books in his basement for colleagues to consult, says a report obtained by CBC News.
Family appalled Rodman won't help detained man
The sister of a Washington man imprisoned in North Korea says she’s worried that Dennis Rodman, who is in the country to celebrate the birthday of leader Kim Jong Un, is hurting efforts to free her brother.
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