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  • VideoRussian athletes question doping scandal

    Russian athletes question doping scandal 3:31

    Russia's athletes in Pyeongchang are questioning the latest doping scandal to hit the country and why a curler would need to take a banned heart drug. Bronze medallist Aleksandr Krushelnicki tested positive for meldonium, which increases stamina and endurance — a second test is needed to confirm the result. If that sample comes back positive, there could be consequences for the rest of the Russian athletes at the 2018 Winter Olympics. MoreFeb 20, 7:28 AM ET video

  • Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir golden again

    Tuesday February 20, 2018

    Video Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir golden again

    Canadian Olympic ice dancing pair Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are Olympic gold medallists once again. In Pyeongchang, after being part of the gold medal-winning Canadian team, Virtue and Moir earned their second top individual finish at a Winter Games, They've earned a total of five in their careers.

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  • HQ Trivia: Riches just 12 trivia questions away

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video HQ Trivia: Riches just 12 trivia questions away

    HQ Trivia is the latest internet phenomenon that offers contestants a chance at riches — all you have to do is answer 12 progressively harder trivia questions. Launched last August, HQ Trivia and its host, Scott Rogowsky, have become stars. CBC News had the chance to get a behind-the-scenes look at how HQ Trivia operates and to talk to Rogowsky about the game's rise to prominence

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  • The Olympians you don't hear about

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video The Olympians you don't hear about

    The Olympics are all about the glory and medals to many people, but for others, the stories of Olympians with less fanfare are much more compelling. CBC News profiles the athletes who often compete with no expectations of a medal — and that's just fine with them

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  • Giving birth tougher in rural areas

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video Giving birth tougher in rural areas

    Giving birth in Canada can be more difficult for women in rural areas, often because they have to travel much farther to deliver in a hospital. It's the consequence of a move to centralize healthcare, and it can have an impact on the baby's health. Experts say research shows that any time a woman travels more than two hours to deliver, the risks increase substantially

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  • Flu hits kids unusually hard this season

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video Flu hits kids unusually hard this season

    The flu has hit kids unusually hard this season — it's due in large part to two influenza strains circulating in Canada at the same time. It's become such a big problem in Canada that emergency rooms across the country have been overwhelmed by patients

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  • Poland's Holocaust legislation faces fierce backlash

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video Poland's Holocaust legislation faces fierce backlash

    Poland's recently introduced legislation to minimize the country's role in the Holocaust is facing fierce backlash in Israel, where the Polish embassy was spraypainted with two swastikas. The graffiti is likely a response to a law that was passed in Poland earlier in February saying it's illegal to say that Poland bore responsibility for the atrocities committed by Nazi Germany during the second World War. Critics say it's an attempt to silence people and rewrite Poland's place in history

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  • Is Trudeau getting snubbed by India's Prime Minister?

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video Is Trudeau getting snubbed by India's Prime Minister?

    There are suggestions that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may be getting snubbed by India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Trudeau's trip to India was supposed to highlight the growing economic ties between the two countries but it has been light on political meetings so far. Indian officials are saying the concern is overblown, seeing as the two leaders met just a few weeks ago in Davos, Switzerland and are scheduled to meet again on Feb. 23

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  • Oxfam's attempt to rebuild trust backfires

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video Oxfam's attempt to rebuild trust backfires

    Oxfam Great Britain released a previously secret report in an attempt to rebuild trust, but the move appears to have backfired by highlighting the troubles that remain in the organization. The documents detail an investigation into allegations that seven of its staff used prostitutes — some of them possibly underage — on Oxfam premises

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  • Israel’s migrant debate

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video Israel’s migrant debate

    Israel is debating its situation with undocumented migrants, giving thousands of those migrants a deadline to leave the country or go to jail.

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  • Ross Rebagliati is chasing cannabis gold

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video Ross Rebagliati is chasing cannabis gold

    Twenty years ago, Ross Rebagliati won gold in Nagano as a snowboarder. Now, he’s chasing gold again with his new cannabis company Ross’ Gold. Rebagliati reflects with Ian Hanomansing on his Olympic experience and using his “cannabis card."

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  • Black Panther’s blockbuster weekend

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video Black Panther’s blockbuster weekend

    Black Panther had a blockbuster weekend at the box office, smashing superhero stereotypes as well as sales records.

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  • South Korea’s declining birth rate

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video South Korea’s declining birth rate

    There are concerns about the declining birth rate in South Korea, which could reduce the workforce and increase the cost of social services. Others are looking at why it’s going down. Some say women are on a “birth strike” because of a wage gap and the traditional division of household labour.

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  • Teen who created #BeccaToldMeTo dies

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video Teen who created #BeccaToldMeTo dies

    Becca Schofield, the teenager who started the hashtag #BeccaToldMeTo died this weekend. Schofield battled brain cancer for more than two years and though she couldn’t change her diagnosis, she decided to change people's lives one act of kindness at a time.

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  • Trudeau talks trade, plays tourist in India

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video Trudeau talks trade, plays tourist in India

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is on official business to talk trade with India, but he’s also finding time to explore the tourist sites with his family. He also may meet with an Indian politician who accuses Trudeau of having Sikh separatists in cabinet.

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  • Defiant Patrick Brown officially launches campaign

    Monday February 19, 2018

    Video Defiant Patrick Brown officially launches campaign

    A defiant Patrick Brown officially launched his campaign to return as Ontario’s PC leader on Sunday. He addressed his supporters and outlined a platform aimed at defeating Premier Kathleen Wynne.

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