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06/24/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
You can now buy Ken with a man bun or corn rows.
It doesn't really matter, since your little brother is just going to pull the head off anyway.
Watch Baroness von Sketch Show's Jennifer Whalen & CBC's Because News's Gavin Crawford hijack Barbie's Tinder, swiping left or right on these new Kens.
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06/24/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
When Sue Zipay joined the Rockford Peaches baseball team, she unintentionally became a star.

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06/24/2017 at 13:06. Facebook
The federal Liberal government is creating a new "super" civilian watchdog to review security and intelligence agencies across government and extending new powers to Canada's electronic spy agency.
The federal Liberal government is creating a new super civilian watchdog to

The Liberal approach to national security

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06/24/2017 at 12:29. Facebook
"People were using old schools of thought, old principles. And we need to wake up to the fact that the future of cannabis is sun-grown."
People were using old schools of thought old principles And we need

Growing greener weed: How a B.C. pot producer is working to limit its environmental load

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06/24/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
Is Canada a colonial country?

Listen to Ryan McMahon's 12-step guide to decolonizing Canada: [ Cbc.ca Link ]
Frank Ch Eigler
Bennett Hunter
David Watson
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CBC Radio
06/24/2017 at 11:01. Facebook
Mansbridge took over from longtime journalist Knowlton Nash as chief correspondent and anchor of The National in 1988.
Mansbridge took over from longtime journalist Knowlton Nash as chief correspondent and

The National's Peter Mansbridge signing off for final time on Canada Day

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Kathryn Sauve-Uden
Andy Dayton
Erin Lacey
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06/24/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
Dion Leonard was racing across the Chinese and Mongolian desert when a scruffy dog started running alongside him.
Dion Leonard was racing across the Chinese and Mongolian desert when a

How a little dog named Gobi changed an ultramarathoner's life

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Dorothyanne Brown
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06/24/2017 at 04:00. Facebook
"I didn't race my voice. I didn't use foul language, I conducted myself with the highest amount of dignity, and the surrounding patrons in that environment still assumed that I was culpable in that moment. How can that come to be?"
I didnt race my voice I didnt use foul language I conducted

Professor says she was assaulted twice at the Toronto symphony and nobody stood up for her

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Marguerite Stonehouse
Vincent Charles Falby III
Danielle Kopychanski
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06/24/2017 at 03:01. Facebook
Scientists say the invasive predator is driving species to extinction before we can even discover them.
Scientists say the invasive predator is driving species to extinction before we

An invasive predator is eating rare fish like this one

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Mary Anne Rae
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06/24/2017 at 02:05. Facebook
Checkup host Duncan McCue went around the nation's capital to speak to a group of Indigenous people that plan to counter the Canada 150 narrative by teaching others about the country's colonial history.
Check out how they're marking 150 years of Indigenous resistance.

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06/24/2017 at 01:02. Facebook
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06/24/2017 . Facebook
"[It] seems to be exploiting consumer inertia."
"It seems to be exploiting consumer inertia"

How razors changed the way we shop

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yesterday at 23:00. Facebook
Keith Facey
Blain Normand
Colleen Avery
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yesterday at 22:00. Facebook
Ronald Peter
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yesterday at 21:01. Facebook
This massive chunk of ice is hanging by a thread — the crack has only less than 13 kilometres to go before this giant piece of ice completely separates, and drifts out into the sea.
This massive chunk of ice is hanging by a thread the crack

An iceberg the size of P.E.I. is about to break off Antarctica

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Ronald Peter
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yesterday at 21:00. Facebook
Could not fill that niche in the wake of declining bee populations?
Could not fill that niche in the wake of declining bee populations

Bees are disappearing - can pollinating flies pick up the slack?

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Katydid Bulmer
Ronald Peter
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yesterday at 19:30. Facebook
Checkup host Duncan McCue went around the nation's capital to speak to a group of Indigenous people that plan to counter the Canada 150 narrative by teaching others about the country's colonial history.
Check out how they're marking 150 years of Indigenous resistance.

More here: [ Cbc.ca Link ]
Katydid Bulmer
William Reid
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CBC Radio
yesterday at 18:30. Facebook
Trinidadian comedian Jean Paul recalls his initiation into the staple summer cottage activity: water skiing.
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Trinidadian comedian Jean Paul recalls his initiation into the staple summer cottage
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yesterday at 18:01. Facebook
"Do I keep running and try to win the race or do I turn around and help this little dog?"
"Do I keep running and try to win the race or do I turn around and help this little dog"

How a little dog named Gobi changed an ultramarathoner's life

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Michelle Leanne
Georgina Meehan
Susan L Young
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yesterday at 15:01. Facebook
Sofia Coppola is blazing her own trail in Hollywood, where most of the awards still go to men.
Sofia Coppola is blazing her own trail in Hollywood where most of

Sofia Coppola: directing through her own lens

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