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Northern B.C. border city pushes for international bubble with Alaska neighbors | CBC News

Residents of a small B.C. the border city wants permission to share a bubble with its Alaska neighbors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stewart,...

Allies test naval readiness in Canada’s Arctic | CBC News

Operation Nanook, the annual exercise of sovereignty of the Canadian Northern Army, is taking a different look at NATO this year with the participation...

How one B.C. place is making way for a return to live music | CBC News

Alex Cuba did not plan to be a pioneer in the future of Canada's live music scene, but his upcoming concerts may serve as...

Alberta and Ottawa Sign Agreement Reducing Environmental Monitoring of Oil Sands | CBC News

Alberta has signed an agreement with the federal government that makes significant cuts to environmental monitoring of oil sands. The agreement, a copy...

‘It’s not a vacation’: N.W.T. government has spent $ 2.7 million to put residents in isolation centers | CBC News

The Northwest Territories government says it has spent approximately $ 2.7 million to house residents who need to isolate themselves in hotels and other...

Weak jobs and trade may show pandemic inflicting lasting damage: Don Pittis | CBC News

Pessimism is not a natural thing in the business world, which may be why there was so much initial enthusiasm for the idea of...

The Quebec shipyard is creating a research center to break the ice in the Arctic | CBC News

Describing himself as Canada's polar partner, the Chantier Davie shipyard in Quebec plans to announce the creation of a national center on Tuesday that...

The private Christian university says there is no sex outside of heterosexual marriage. LGBTQ alumni say they discriminate | CBC News

A year after starting school at Redeemer University, Lauren Druif wanted to leave. As a queer student, I knew there was a risk...

As courts prepare to restart jury trials, advocates ask for fair pay for juries | CBC News

Canadians would rather be pushed with a needle and donate blood than sit on a jury, according to a recent national study by the...

First cancer diagnosed in dinosaur fossils hints at community life | CBC News

It is a diagnosis that took 75 million years. Canadian researchers, including specialists from surgeons to paleontologists, have identified what they say is...

Masks Provide COVID-19 Protection, but Can Show Old Traumas for Survivors of Sexual Assault | CBC News

Masks are supposed to decrease the spread of COVID-19, but for some survivors of sexual assault, the mandatory mask rules in place in Canada...

How these strange round rocks came to be on the arctic coast of Canada | CBC News

They're perfectly round and hard like, well, rocks, and they're littering Canada's arctic coast. Strangely round rocks can be found on the beaches...

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Epstein allegedly liked the pink sheets because they reminded him of ‘p-y’

Jeffrey Epstein liked pink sheets because they reminded him of a woman's private parts, according to prosecutor Virginia Roberts Giuffre. The preference of convicted...

Beirut priest runs through life during Mass broadcast live as debris falls during explosion

A Beirut priest was seen running in terror during a live broadcast mass as debris rained down on him during the catastrophic explosion...