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Ten times more ice is melting annually due to warmer temperatures.

Can a $500 billion geoengineering project save the Arctic from melting?

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Jim Banks has a proposed legislation that would compel the U.S. Department of Homeland and Security to search the social media content of visa applicants to the country.

Republican bill seeks to enforce social media vetting of visa applicants

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He said, "I don't want anything in return." In the spirit of Stuart McLean, here is a nomination for an Arthur Award.

Arthur Awards: The understated generosity of snow removal

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Millennial parenting: A look at how children of the 1980s are now choosing to raise their kids [ Cbc.ca Link ]
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"I remember the drive into work one day, sitting in my car, screaming at the top of my lungs 'There's got to be something better than this!'"

The mid-life crisis needs rebranding

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"Breaking the code" is a special program that looks into the racism, both overt and covert, that’s coloured Canada’s legal history: [ Cbc.ca Link ]
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"You really need to make a distinction between resisting aging and resisting ageism."

40: The age of anxiety

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"Trump is right. There IS ethnic tension in Sweden. Just not quite what he imagines."

"Safe is Not Enough" - a Karin Wells documentary

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"Deciding to use substances like tobacco, alcohol, marijuana or heroin does not make people less human." - Dr. Hakique Virani is a public health physician specializing in addiction,

People use drugs, get over it

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Hosts Peter Oldring and Pat Kelly talk to Shelagh Rogers about their new book.

This is That's travel guide to Canada

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Reporters across the country share stories that stayed with them in "For Family's Sake: exploring the joys and sorrows of having kin."

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"I think Canada needs to move beyond symbolism,"

Canada's support for Ukraine questioned amid escalating violence

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Lisa Loeb's musical turn wasn't for the reason you'd think.

Lisa Loeb on the nostalgic reason behind her kids' albums

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How disruptive can a lawyer be when defending their client?

Lawyers can and should be uncivil in the pursuit of justice

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"But this is a degree of not just in-fighting again — we're used to that. This is a breakdown of the basic fabric of government. "

Trump-Russia scandal 'has shades of Watergate,' says former diplomat Richard Haass

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"I remember thinking, wow, this is amazing. Something is happening inside me that I don't even understand."

From The Beatles to Buffy Sainte-Marie: The many musical loves of Christa Couture

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02/19/2017 at 21:02. Facebook
This week’s CBC Cross Country Checkup is dedicated to Stuart McLean. In his spirit, tell us your stories of small acts of kindness by individuals in your community.
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02/19/2017 at 19:01. Facebook
JP Sears mercilessly mocks everything from yoga to kale -- but he's actually a true believer. Listen to the interview here:
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02/19/2017 at 18:01. Facebook
A U.K. company is developing "artificial audio intelligence" that will make our homes safer.
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02/19/2017 at 16:52. Facebook
Today at noon, we pay tribute again to Stuart McLean with this special: [ Cbc.ca Link ].

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