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Security, parking, garbage irk Ivanka Trump's D.C. neighbours
​Residents of a posh Washington neighbourhood say Ivanka Trump and her family don't make for very good neighbours, taking up much of the parking on an already crowded street and leaving trash bags at the curb for days.
25 марта 20:54   0 просмотров
Liberals must sell budget to premiers after 'challenging' health talks
Liberal MPs stuck around Ottawa on a rare Saturday to hammer out a plan to sell their recent budget to constituents in the coming weeks, but the government also will have to move past the bruising health accord negotiations to get the provinces on board.
25 марта 20:49   0 просмотров
Self-driving Uber vehicle hit in Arizona crash
Officials say a self-driving Uber SUV was operating on its own when it was struck by another vehicle making a left turn at an intersection in Arizona, where the company is testing autonomous vehicles.
25 марта 19:40   0 просмотров
EU nations renew fragile pact amid threats from nationalism, Brexit
Today 27 nations renewed their pledge to the European Union amid concerns over Brexit, nationalism and the threat of terrorism.
25 марта 17:08   0 просмотров
Bomb survivor walks runway for Vancouver Fashion Week
Professional dancer Adrianne Haslet, who lost her leg in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, is walking in a show that celebrates body diversity.
25 марта 16:00   0 просмотров
Harrison Ford says he was 'distracted' when he flew over airliner
Actor Harrison Ford said he was distracted and concerned about turbulence from another aircraft last month when he mistakenly landed on the wrong place at a Southern California airport after flying low over an airliner with 116 people aboard, according to an audio recording released Friday.
25 марта 15:16   0 просмотров
Google's YouTube loses more advertisers over offensive videos
An advertising boycott of YouTube is broadening, a sign that big-spending companies doubt Google's ability to prevent marketing campaigns from appearing alongside repugnant videos.
25 марта 15:10   0 просмотров
Iraqi forces pause in push for Mosul over concern for civilian casualties
Iraqi government forces paused in their push to recapture western Mosul from ISIS militants on Saturday because of the high rate of civilian casualties, a security forces spokesman said.
25 марта 14:22   0 просмотров
Venezuela government 'terrified' of calling election
Amid a severe economic crisis, opinion polls show that support for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and his party is collapsing. In response, electoral authorities have shelved or delayed elections large and small.
25 марта 13:55   0 просмотров
U.S., U.K. begin electronics ban on flights from several Muslim-majority countries
New travel restrictions on direct flights to Britain and the United States from several Muslim-majority countries take effect today, meaning electronic devices larger than a cellphone must be placed in checked baggage.
25 марта 12:52   0 просмотров
100 years ago today, Canada's black battalion set sail for WWI and made history
A century after Canada's so-called black battalion left Halifax harbour for Europe, the soldiers' relatives say their experience still carries relevance today.
25 марта 10:00   0 просмотров
In Donald Trump, progressives see their hypocrisies laid bare
In just a few short months, Trump has done more to upend the established political order than progressives have in the past 30 years.
25 марта 09:00   0 просмотров
Canada's CF-18s to fly 2 NATO overseas missions in 2017
Canada's aging CF-18s will conduct unarmed patrols out of Iceland for several weeks, beginning in late May. That will be followed in September by another air policing mission in Romania, defence officials confirmed to CBC News.
25 марта 09:00   0 просмотров
Health-care havoc: Trump's 1st legislative test a 'big loser' that puts his agenda on shaky ground
Donald Trump’s first major legislative push to eliminate and replace the current health-care legislation ran off road Friday, striking a blow his young presidency’s momentum and denting his image as a master negotiator.
25 марта 02:52   0 просмотров
'I won't be quiet,' says jailed Philippine senator, vocal critic of President Duterte
Jailed Philippine Senator Leila de Lima says she's a political prisoner. President Rodrigo Duterte says she's a drug trafficker. CBC's Adrienne Arsenault travelled to Manila for an exclusive jailhouse interview with de Lima.
25 марта 01:09   0 просмотров
U.S.-led Mosul airstrike may have killed over 100 civilians
Iraqi rescue workers continued pulling bodies from the rubble of a collapsed building in the al-Jadida neighbourhood of Western Mosul on Friday.
24 марта 23:48   0 просмотров
Canada's promise of troops, police officers 'hasn't materialized,' says UN's outgoing head of peacekeeping
The outgoing head of United Nations peacekeeping operations says he's still waiting ''to see the concrete result'' of Canada's announced troop contribution to global peacekeeping.
24 марта 23:22   0 просмотров
Liberal MPs gather in Ottawa for rare weekend caucus meeting
Days after handing down its second budget, the Liberal government has asked its MPs to stay in Ottawa this weekend to discuss how best to sell the financial plan to constituents.
24 марта 22:26   0 просмотров
Black hole gets unusual 'kick' out of galaxy core thanks to gravitational waves
A team of international researchers got a bit of a shock recently: A supermassive black hole — something that normally anchors the centre of a galaxy — was spotted speeding away from its home. The reason? Gravitational waves, says the research team.
24 марта 20:30   3 просмотров
Quebec considers broadening access to doctor-assisted death
Quebec will consider broadening its criteria for doctor-assisted death, including the possibility of allowing patients with dementia to provide advance consent to end their lives, Health Minister Gaétan Barrette says.
24 марта 20:40   0 просмотров
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Trump gets initial approval for 38 new trademarks — in China
China has granted preliminary approval for 38 new Trump trademarks, paving the way for U.S. President Donald Trump and his family to potentially develop a host of branded businesses from hotels and golf clubs to bodyguard and concierge services, public documents show.
8 марта 17:05   29 просмотров
Federal judges to hear arguments on restoring Trump's travel ban
President Donald Trump's travel ban faced its biggest legal test yet Tuesday as a panel of federal judges prepared to hear arguments from the administration and its opponents about two fundamentally divergent views of the executive branch and the court system.
7 февр. 19:44   25 просмотров
MMIW commissioners to hold 1st news conference since inquiry's launch
The commissioners appointed more than seven months ago to oversee the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIW) will hold their first news conference Tuesday. CBC will stream it live, starting at 11 a.m. ET.
7 февр. 15:35   23 просмотров
Nexus cards revoked on both sides of border following U.S. executive order
Less than one week after U.S. President Donald Trump's travel ban against citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries, two men — one a Canadian resident and another an American resident — suddenly had their Nexus cards revoked, both on the same day.
3 февр. 11:40   23 просмотров
Tesla Model S comes up short of top marks in crash safety test
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released the results of its first ever crash worthiness evaluations for the Tesla Model S. The vehicle fell short of being awarded the top safety pick by the organization.
1 февр. 14:40   23 просмотров
Are we living in a holographic universe? New study suggests that it's possible
A team of international scientists believe that new data supports the idea that our universe could be a hologram.
1 февр. 14:22   23 просмотров
'There's no excuse': Girl, 6, handcuffed by Peel officers, mom launches complaint against police
The distraught mother of a six-year-old girl is launching a complaint against Peel Regional Police, after officers handcuffed her daughter at the child's elementary school.
3 февр. 13:40   22 просмотров
Public funeral to be held in Montreal for mosque shooting victims
A public funeral service will be held Thursday at Montreal's Maurice Richard Arena for three of the six men killed in the weekend shooting at a Quebec City mosque, Mayor Denis Coderre says.
1 февр. 16:00   22 просмотров
Canadian wingsuit flyer remembered after dying on mountain in China
The body of 28-year-old Graham Dickinson was found last Thursday on a cliff in the Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park in the central province of Hunan.
1 февр. 15:40   22 просмотров
10 minutes of terror: What happened in the Quebec City mosque Sunday night
Witnesses recount the terrifying moments inside the Centre Culturel Islamique de Québec.
2 февр. 00:40   21 просмотров
Wilma Derksen talks revenge and forgiveness in new book 32 years after daughter's killing
From dark revenge fantasies to forgiveness, Wilma Derksen has written a new book dissecting what she has learned about healing in the 32 years after her daughter's abduction and murder.
20 февр. 23:17   20 просмотров
At least 20 dead in bomb blast outside Afghan Supreme Court
At least 20 people were killed today in a bomb blast outside the Supreme Court in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, in what appeared to be the latest in a series of attacks targeting the judiciary.
7 февр. 15:09   20 просмотров
Search suspended for Canadian filmmaker Rob Stewart in Florida Keys
The U.S. Coast Guard says they will be suspending the search for Canadian filmmaker Rob Stewart at sunset. The 37-year-old went missing Tuesday after a dive off the Florida Keys.
3 февр. 22:40   20 просмотров
'Adapt or go back': Racist note shocks Edmonton Muslim man
A Muslim man living in Edmonton says his sense of security has been shattered by a racist note wedged into the driver's side door of his car on Tuesday.
2 февр. 00:20   20 просмотров
First Nation chief calls for charges against lawyer who overcharged residential school survivors
The chief of a Manitoba First Nation says the lawyer who misappropriated nearly a million dollars from some of the community’s most vulnerable and traumatized people should face criminal prosecution.
17 февр. 10:00   19 просмотров
​RCMP issue Canada-wide warrant for mother of missing Manitoba toddler
A Canada-wide warrant for child abduction has been issued against the mother of a toddler from Selkirk, Man.
16 февр. 12:27   19 просмотров
'Potentially crippling' winter storm expected in southwestern Alberta
Environment Canada has issued a winter storm warning for areas in and around Cardston County, the M.D. of Willow Creek, the M.D. of Pincher Creek, the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, Waterton Lakes National Park and the Piikani and Blood reserves.
4 февр. 21:40   19 просмотров
Ontario to provide life-saving health care to children affected by U.S. travel ban
Ontario's minister of health and long-term care Eric Hoskins has announced the province will work to provide life-saving care to children whose surgeries have been cancelled in the United States as a result of recent travel restrictions.
3 февр. 23:20   19 просмотров
Ex-mint employee who smuggled gold in rectum gets 30-month sentence, $190K fine
The former Royal Canadian Mint employee who apparently used his rectum to smuggle 22 solid gold "pucks" out of the secure facility in Ottawa has been given a 30-month sentence and must pay a fine of $190,000.
2 февр. 15:40   19 просмотров
'A crisis of conscience': Trump's firing of Sally Yates sparks debate on attorney general role
Sally Yates kept her word, but it doesn't mean she should have kept her job, say former heads of the U.S. Department of Justice, responding to President Donald Trump's firing of the acting attorney general who defied his controversial immigration order.
1 февр. 14:22   19 просмотров
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