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Hidden-camera voyeurism on the rise in B.C.
After a string of recent high-profile criminal cases in B.C. involving men surreptitiously using video technology to secretly record women — including young girls — for sexual purposes, the director of Vancouver’s rape crisis centre says “the public shoul
See the Calgary floodwaters from above
Tens of thousands of people have been forced out of their homes in Calgary, where rising waters have officials on alert. CBC's Cameron MacIntosh surveys the flood zone from above, bringing us video and photos of the damage.
Storms over Africa from space
NASA released a time lapse video using stills of storms over Africa that was put together by the crew of Expedition on the International Space Station.
Is the price of milk too high?
The growing perception that milk is over-priced, combined with shifting trade priorities, is putting unprecedented pressure on the Canadian dairy industry.
U.S. drones patrol border skies
The CBC's Bill Gillespie reports from the base where the U.S. military looks for intruders from Canada with unmanned aircraft patrolling the border.
Dramatic videos and photos from Slave Lake, Alta.
Slave Lake, Alta., located 250 kilometres northwest of Edmonton, was evacuated Sunday when wind-whipped wildfires suddenly turned and blazed through town, destroying hundreds of homes, along with the town hall and government centre.
Flammable well water
An Alberta woman who says her well water is steeped with methane gas from nearby natural gas drilling is set to appear before the United Nations to tell her story
Tunisia's nervous neighbours
Events in Tunisia are being closely watched across the Arab world, by both political leaders and citizens.
While many people have been celebrating, leaders may be nervously wondering what happens next.
Witches rage over income tax
Romanian witches cast spells on the government using cat excrement and dead dogs after being forced to pay income tax.
Canada debates eagle hunting
The Canadian bald eagle was once hunted close to extinction.
Laws to protect the bird from hunters are working. There are now around 100,000 in the wild. But indigenous tribespeople say the hunting ban is an infringement of their traditions.
Chinese trawler clashes with South Korean coast guard
A Chinese fisherman has died after a fishing trawler collided with a South Korean coast guard vessel in the Yellow Sea.
The fishermen and coast guard personnel were filmed fighting after a routine check suddenly turned nasty.
Snow geese overstay Richmond welcome: VIDEO
For some, the annual migration of snow geese across the Lower Mainland is a picturesque sign of the season. But the for others, the birds are a messy annual nuisance that are getting worse every year and authorities in Richmond are ramping up their fight
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