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  • Juliana Canino

    CBC in Puerto Rico Desperate for electricity, Puerto Rico children's hospital goes solar

    by Ioanna Roumeliotis

    A Puerto Rican nonprofit children's hospital is the site of an alternative-energy experiment between the government and Tesla, the company best-known for electric cars.

    Posted: Nov 24, 2017 5:00 AM ETreadcomments
  • Trudeau government's handling of the Phoenix pay system | At Issue

    Thursday November 23, 2017

    Video Trudeau government's handling of the Phoenix pay system | At Issue

    Justin Trudeau and his government's handling of the Phoenix pay system was called out earlier this week by the auditor general. The At Issue panel looks into whether the criticisms are valid, as well as the potential effectiveness of the new national housing strategy

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  • Political crisis in Lebanon and its role in the Middle East

    Thursday November 23, 2017

    Video Political crisis in Lebanon and its role in the Middle East

    The political crisis in Lebanon has that country at the centre of a showdown brewing in the Middle East. Is Prime Minister Saad Hariri — whose resignation was recently suspended — keep the country from being torn apart?

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  • Canada's waste problem and finding a fix

    Thursday November 23, 2017

    Video Canada's waste problem and finding a fix

    Does Canada have a waste problem? Ask the Philippines and they'll point to the over 100 containers full of garbage that Canada dumped in Manila. Meanwhile off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, a research project has found massive piles of garbage in the ocean

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  • Cost of the Canada 150 ice rink too high?

    Thursday November 23, 2017

    Video Cost of the Canada 150 ice rink too high?

    The cost of the Canada 150 ice rink on Parliament Hill has received an icy reception. Officials say it will now stay open longer than originally planned, but is that enough to justify the $5 million bill?

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  • Terror in Canada: deradicalizing foreign fighters

    Thursday November 23, 2017

    Video Terror in Canada: deradicalizing foreign fighters

    Terror in Canada is always a concern, but for some, the more pressing issue is deradicalizing foreign fighters who end up back in Canada. CBC News has learned the government knows little about how many have returned or who they even are, and there's no guarantee they'll accept government intervention

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  • Missing Argentine submarine may have experienced explosion

    Thursday November 23, 2017

    Video Missing Argentine submarine may have experienced explosion

    A missing Argentine submarine with 44 crew onboard likely experienced a small but violent explosion according to a navy spokesman. As grim as that revelation is, there's a small chance that there may still be survivors

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  • Indigenous people share their pain at MMIWG inquiry

    Thursday November 23, 2017

    Video Indigenous people share their pain at MMIWG inquiry

    Indigenous families shared painful memories at the national inquiry into missing and Murdered Indigenous women and girls today in Saskatoon. However not everyone who wants to share their stories is getting the chance

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  • Trudeau BC 20171114

    The National Today Trudeau to face forgotten residential school survivors

    by Jonathon Gatehouse

    A deeper dive into the day's most important stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse.

    Posted: Nov 23, 2017 1:24 PM ET
    Last Updated: Nov 23, 2017 2:54 PM ET
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  • Puerto Rico's power problem

    Wednesday November 22, 2017

    Video Puerto Rico's power problem

    Puerto Rico still has a power problem, two months after Hurricane Maria hit. Many power plants across the island are still shut down, with Puerto Rico's plants operating at just 50% capacity. It may be the biggest blackout in U.S. history, and it's turning parts of Puerto Rico into a test bed for new technology that could provide the blueprint for bringing power back to the island.

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  • Muslims say CSIS wrongfully targeted them

    Wednesday November 22, 2017

    Video Muslims say CSIS wrongfully targeted them

    Two Muslim men from Calgary say they were wrongfully targeted by CSIS and now want their names cleared. It all began when they said they were open to assisting officials with terror-related inquiries. According to the pair, their lives were turned upside down after the spy agency shared their information with other countries and they got lumped in with a group of Calgary jihadis who left to fight with ISIS

    Watch 4:21
  • Lebanon's Prime Minister returns after three-week absence

    Wednesday November 22, 2017

    Video Lebanon's Prime Minister returns after three-week absence

    Lebanon's Prime Minister Saad Hariri is back following a three-week absence. Hariri unofficially resigned while in Saudi Arabia but now that he's back in Lebanon, he's still technically in power. It's the latest twist in a political drama that spans multiple countries

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  • Hacking your cellphone: tests reveal Canadians at risk

    Wednesday November 22, 2017

    Video Hacking your cellphone: tests reveal Canadians at risk

    Hacking a cellphone has never been easier thanks to a vulnerability in the international telecommunication network, and tests have revealed two of Canada's largest telecom networks are at risk. All a hacker needs is your phone number, and they can track your movements and record your calls; all without your knowledge

    Watch 4:51
  • Woman missing for three days found safe

    Wednesday November 22, 2017

    Video Woman missing for three days found safe

    A B.C. woman who hadn't been seen for three days has been found safe and sound. Search parties rescued her from the back-country of Coquitlam via a long-line helicopter rescue, along with the three dogs she had with her

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  • Justin Trudeau's housing strategy for Canada

    Wednesday November 22, 2017

    Video Justin Trudeau's housing strategy for Canada

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled his plans to address Canada's housing crisis. It involves a $40 billion investment spread over ten years; a plan some critics believe won't do enough to address the issues faced now

    Watch 3:44

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