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01/24/2017 at 15:19. Facebook
"Some think tanks in Washington suggest that maybe China coming into the World Trade Organization (WTO) has had a bigger effect than Mexico itself."

NAFTA not to blame for job loss in U.S., says trade expert

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01/24/2017 at 14:02. Facebook
A lifelong activist's 50 year march: from '70s-era Vietnam War protester to the Women's March on Washington. [ Cbc.ca Link ]
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01/24/2017 at 13:04. Facebook
Hosted by Ryan McMahon, Colonization Road explores the "impact of colonization and how it's still going on."

Colonization Road - a journey through Canada's relationship with Indigenous Peoples

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01/24/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
They're fish. They're dead. And they're frozen into a vertical sheet of ice.

How these fish got stuck in a wall of ice

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01/24/2017 at 06:05. Facebook
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01/24/2017 at 04:59. Facebook
David Savill drew on his experiences during the Bosnian war to write a fictional novel. But to his surprise, the name he'd given the war criminal in his book was also the name of a real-life person.

Author accidentally names his fictional war criminal after a real person

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01/24/2017 at 04:00. Facebook
After a huge amount of research, one scientist is hopeful all the work that went into narrowing the search area wasn't a waste.

Was the search for Malaysia Airlines flight 370 called off too soon?

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01/24/2017 at 02:03. Facebook
"I find the 're' part of reconciliation really hard because I think that perhaps this isn't about going to a place we've been before, but perhaps this is about going to some place we've never been."

Reconciliation Before Reconciliation

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01/24/2017 at 01:31. Facebook
The Current's in Vancouver! Join us for Facebook Live this Tuesday, Jan. 24, 3pm PT (6pm ET) to talk about how the media covers the MMIW story | More: [ Cbc.ca Link ]
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01/24/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
"There is a big gap in what people are getting and what people want. People are not getting enough news. They're not getting enough information"

Fact-checking website Snopes fights fake news in 'post-truth' era

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01/24/2017 . Facebook
The proposed law would change domestic violence from a criminal offence to an administrative one, reducing the maximum penalty to a fine rather than jail time.

Russian move to decriminalize domestic violence 'extremely misguided,' advocate says

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yesterday at 23:00. Facebook
Now that Inauguration Day is over, Canadians react to President Donald Trump on CBC Cross Country Checkup.

Now that Donald Trump is U.S. president, how are people reacting?

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yesterday at 22:03. Facebook
"If you think that the community you're participating in is one where it's ok to insult people or threaten them, then that's what that social norm is."

Anonymity isn't the cause of online harassment, social norms are

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yesterday at 21:03. Facebook
'Beware the Slenderman' investigates how the crowd-sourced dark meme that lived on the internet inspired real life crime.

Irene Taylor Brodsky explores the faceless power of Slenderman in her new documentary

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yesterday at 19:03. Facebook
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yesterday at 18:03. Facebook
"[Growing up] I was some kind of dweeb who remembered everything. It wasn't until later that I was informed that this could be a gift."

Robbie Robertson on his storytelling roots

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yesterday at 16:06. Facebook
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yesterday at 15:14. Facebook
President Donald Trump's 'running war with the media' forces journalists to defend facts and their profession.

Journalists warn against 'normalizing' Trump

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yesterday at 14:23. Facebook
Can a proposal seen on live TV reveal new details about Sheryl Sheppard's disappearance?

Episode 9: The Appearance of Force

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yesterday at 12:59. Facebook
"This is also a chance to foster a media culture that facilitates citizens engaging with their governments, a chance not to just throw around the word democracy, but to exercise it."

Indigenous governments need to protect freedom of the press

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