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A University of Alberta student is facing numerous charges after a cyber-attack on university computers.

Student charged in cyber attack on 304 computers at University of Alberta

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A Canadian woman has been arrested in Turkey for allegedly insulting the country's president in comments posted on Facebook, her Turkish lawyer said Thursday.

Canadian arrested in Turkey for 'insulting' president on social media: lawyer

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International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland says there is enormous opportunity for Canada in 2017, despite growing protectionist and nationalist movements in the United States and elsewhere.

Freeland sees opportunity for Canada amid rising protectionism, nationalism abroad

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Russia has taken third place at the world junior hockey championship after defeating Sweden 2-1 in the bronze-medal game on Thursday in Montreal.

Guryanov's OT winner to give Russia 2-1 win over Sweden in bronze-medal game

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The high-profile standoff between Walmart Canada and Visa Canada that saw the worldโ€™s largest retailer refuse to accept the popular credit card at a number of Canadian stores came to an abrupt end on Thursday.

Walmart lifts Visa card ban at 19 Canadian stores

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Officials have ruled out human activity as the cause of Nova Scotia's dramatic fish kill, but say we may never know exactly why tens of thousands of dead herring washed ashore.

Nova Scotia fish kill 'subsiding,' but cause remains unclear: officials

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Some Canadian residents wishing to help their parents or grandparents immigrate to Canada say the federal governmentโ€™s new lottery approach to sponsorship applications is unfair.

Anger, frustration over family reunification lottery

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Federal numbers released quietly by the government late last month are painting a bleak picture of Canada's financial future -- one filled with decades of deficits.

Is Canada's financial future filled with deficits?

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"I didn't think that it was good of me to have her on the show to give her a platform."

Ellen DeGeneres is explaining why she disinvited singer Kim Burrell from appearing on her show.

DeGeneres says her show is no place for anti-gay advocates

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According to investigators a fired Kentucky high school principal has admitted to seizing students' phones so that he could steal pornographic images and trade them online.

Principal admits stealing nude images from students: Kentucky police

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Turns out there are more than two classes of maple syrup (i.e. not just "the real stuff" and "the cheap stuff").

Quebec is rejigging the way it classifies maple syrup so it'll be easier to sell abroad, with new grades ranging from golden to very dark.

Quebec reclassifies maple syrup to sweeten export sales

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Police in Nova Scotia say autopsies are being performed today on the bodies of a former Canadian soldier and three members of his family who were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide.

Police in N.S. say autopsies being done following apparent murder-suicide

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Four black people have been charged with hate crimes in connection with a video broadcast live on Facebook that showed a white man police have said has "mental health challenges" being beaten and taunted, threatened with a knife and forced to drink from a toilet.

4 charged in Chicago beating aired on Facebook

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Police in Wisconsin say a man has been arrested after allegedly locking a woman inside a wooden box and forcing her to perform oral sex on him.

Wisconsin man accused of locking woman in wooden box

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The owners of Marche Restaurant Ferdous in Montreal told their cook, "Listen, do not ask any questions, do not judge the people by their look. So if they ask for it, basically you give the food.'"

Food from the heart: Why a Montreal eatery's giving meals away

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"He seems to have a strategy unlike anybody else's," local politician John Blackie said of the bookshop owner who charges customers a browsing fee.

"He charges 50p, people object and he is very rude to them. Yet he feels that improves his business."

'Bookseller from hell': Backlash over 'browsing fee' at second-hand bookstore

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A Japanese sushi chain boss bid a winning 74.2 million yen (US$632,000) Thursday for a 466 pound bluefin tuna in what may be Tsukiji market's last auction at its current site in downtown Tokyo.

Bluefin tuna goes for $632,000 in 1st Tsukiji auction of 2017

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The doors are about to open for the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Our Michael Hainsworth is live on the floor with a last minute look behind the scenes. Got a question? Ask away!
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Watch this rescue crew jump into action as a child is left dangling from a ski lift.
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The family of a woman who died after being attacked by a dog says it plans to sue the canine's owner.

Family of Montreal woman killed by dog suing canine's owner

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