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  • Canadian electoral reform

    Canadian electoral reform Members of the electoral reform committee meet in Ottawa for the first time Aaron Wherry / Parliament Hill Bureau / Aaron Wherry has covered Parliament Hill since 2007 and has written for Maclean's, the National Post and the Globe and Mail. Read More
  • Canada: 'It's not right, it's racist'

    Canada: 'It's not right, it's racist' First Nations woman criticizes Thunder Bay police response to alleged rape. Indigenous woman says police took a statement, didn't follow up until non-Indigenous woman was assaulted By Jody Porter, CBC News / 'I think these cops are racist,' says Jessica Raven. Thunder Bay police ignored her report of being raped, she says. Read More
  • Canadian government ‘looking into’ reports of Chinese visa crackdown

    Canadian government ‘looking into’ reports of Chinese visa crackdown By Monique Muise National Online Journalist, Politics  Global News Just weeks after a high-profile misstep by its foreign affairs minister in Ottawa, China may once again be feeling the heat from the Canadian government. Read More
  • Police and ICBC begin summer counterattack campaign

    Police and ICBC begin summer counterattack campaign By Justin McElroy / Online News / Global News, Canada Police in Metro Vancouver are stepping up their efforts to take impaired drivers off the roads, launching their summer counterattack campaign. Read More
  • Canada: Justin Trudeau retira el visado a mexicanos

    Canada: Justin Trudeau retira el visado a mexicanos El primer ministro confirma que la medida entrará en vigor el 1 de diciembre de 2016 Luis Pablo Beauregard / México / Los mexicanos no necesitarán visado para Canadá a partir del 1 de diciembre de 2016. Justin Trudeau, Read More
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  • Someone is spying on cellphones in the nation's capital

    Someone is spying on cellphones in the nation's capital

    A CBC/Radio-Canada investigation has found cellphone trackers at work near Parliament Hill and embassies

    By Catherine Cullen, Brigitte Bureau, CBC News / A CBC News/Radio-Canada investigation has revealed that someone is using devices that track cell phones near the heart of Canadian democracy. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

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  • Karim Baratov, alleged Yahoo hacker, to be handed over to U.S. marshals

    Karim Baratov, alleged Yahoo hacker, to be handed over to U.S. marshals

    By Kelly Bennett, CBC News / Karim Baratov, the 22-year-old charged in connection with an American probe into a Yahoo hacking operation, has waived an extradition hearing and will soon head to the U.S. in the custody of U.S. marshals.

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    Bitcoin scams

    Cybercriminals are successfully taking advantage of social media and naivety to steal Bitcoin and distribute malware.

    By Danny Palmer / Bitcoin is a popular currency for cybercriminals to trade in. Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the rising price and popularity of Bitcoin to try to steal the currency and distribute malware.

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  • For privacy and security, change these Android settings

    For privacy and security, change these Android settings

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     1. Set a strong pass code (or password)

    Setting a strong pass code is imperative to protecting your Android phone or tablet. The longer the pass code (or alphanumeric password), the tougher it will be for an attacker to gain access to your device.

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  • Many new cancer drugs don't save lives

    Many new cancer drugs don't save lives

    And scientists discover a new part of the brain

    By Kelly Crowe, CBC News / When researchers in the U.K. took a close look at the effectiveness of new cancer drugs approved by the European Medicines Agency between 2009 and 2013, they discovered that only about half showed "a significant improvement in survival or quality of life."

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  • Severe psoriasis linked to higher risk of earlier death

    Severe psoriasis linked to higher risk of earlier death

    By Randy Dotinga / (HealthDay News) -- People with severe cases of the skin disease psoriasis appeared to have almost double the risk of dying during a four-year study than people without the condition, research suggests.

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  • ‘Butterfly boy’ Jonathan Pitre overjoyed after success of experimental treatment

    ‘Butterfly boy’ Jonathan Pitre overjoyed after success of experimental treatment

    By Monique Scotti National Online Journalist, Politics  Global News / He’s not completely out of the woods yet, but for the first time, Jonathan Pitre may be looking at a future free from severe pain.

    The 16-year-old Ottawa resident got the news he and his family had been waiting for on Tuesday as white blood cells belonging to his mother began appearing in his body.

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  • Why Certain Noises Really Irritate Some People

    Why Certain Noises Really Irritate Some People

    HealthDay News / Most people can recall a time when a certain sound annoyed them -- say when your office mate was repeatedly clicking his pen -- but some people find such sounds utterly unbearable. And new research suggests that brain abnormalities may explain why.

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Santiago, Chile, 1973
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