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Videos archived from 17 May 2011 Evening

Your Luck Today - February 25
LIBYA IN CRISIS
PARIS ICE SHOW
ALGERIA RELEASES PROTESTORS
COTE D'IVOIRE VIOLENCE
HUAWEI WINS SUIT AGAINST MOTOROLA
"JASMINE REVOLUTION" IMPOSSIBLE
CHINA: FIRST CAPSULE HOTEL BLOCKED
Mon Village: Coulaines (partie 5)
MPs discuss Canada's reaction to the Libya crisis on Power & Politics
Snow shut down B.C.'s capital city Wednesday, making some roads impassable and others treacherous, the CBC's Stephen Smart reports
CHINESE EVACUATION FROM LIBYA
LIBYA IN CRISIS
NEW ZEALAND QUAKE LATEST
Rhinestone Wear Makes Custom Rhinestone T Shirts
GLOBAL RESPONSE TO LIBYA UNREST
MOGADISHU CLASHES
After Gordon Campbell's poor handling of the HST, the B.C. Liberals hope for better political fortunes with this weekend's vote to choose a new Liberal leader
Emergency shelters are filling up with homeless people as temperatures plummet in B.C.'s Fraser Valley, the CBC's Kirk Williams reports
Two doctors charged in with drugging and sexually assaulting a woman have been granted bail. Michelle Cheung reports
Winnipeg's Kandi Lifestyles is under investigation by the Winnipeg Police Service
A Toronto police officer accused of shooting a man made a court appearance on Wednesday. Stephanie Matteis reports
BGC Partners analyst Colin Gillis talks about Steve Jobs and the future of Apple
Toronto police have busted a phone scam that targetted the elderly. Melanie Nagy reports
A man has succumbed to injuries he sustained in a house fire in southwest Calgary on Wednesday, the CBC's Sonya Denton reports
The OEB is likely to give hydro companies the go-ahead to raise electricity rates. Nil Koksal reports
After years of fighting, residents of the Seafield apartment building in Vancouver have won the right to stay put, the CBC's Tim Weekes reports
Kandi Lifestyles is being probed by Winnipeg police
The mother of an Ottawa teen killed by a drunk driver is calling for a stiff sentence, the CBC’s Waubgeshig Rice reports
A boy hit by a car at a crosswalk returns to see what's changed a year later
Minister of International Trade Peter Van Loan discusses the feasibility of free trade between Canada and Japan
Business practises at a Winnipeg travel agency come into question, Gosia Sawicka reports
Ekos Research president Frank Graves discusses how parties fare in the latest poll with the CBC's Evan Solomon
Former prime minister Paul Martin talks about the crisis in Libya
Snow that was forecast for Metro Vancouver hit northern Vancouver Island, making roads there unexpectedly treacherous, Skye Ryan reports
Online Forum on Small Business: President Obama on Jobs of the Future
Online Forum on Small Business: President Obama on Loans
Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon talks about plans to help Canadians leave Libya and the spread of unrest in the Middle East
Winning the Future Forum on Small Business: Opening Session
СССР
President Obama on the Situation in Libya
2G: CBI questions telecom honchos, Raja's aides
Exclusive: Gary Kirsten's World Cup mantra for Team India
Foot-in-mouth Bhanot in CBI custody
Winning the Future Forum on Small Business: Closing Session
9 years lost, now freedom meaningless?
Stranded in Libya, families wait in India
India growth story and how we can sustain it
Archimède - 3e Sélectif 2011 (gr7)
06 - Questions du public
Govt's Telangana headache in Parliament
Sachin smashes sixes batting left-handed
Why Saif won't kiss Deepika
uth 17th May 2011 Part 4
Television-on-the-go: Crazy style!
Kalmadi arrest soon?
Corleto Monforte-Tutti al parco(Cilento e Vallo di Diano)
Bipasha dismisses child labour accusations
Libya 'war zone': Evacuating Indians
iris 03.00
2G scam: The Swan-ADAG connection
Court frees rapists, agrees they can pay victim
No lip-lock between Saif, Deepika in Aarakshan
Rani on working with Aamir
Women entrepreneurs' wishlist for Budget 2011
Childrens First Dental Appointment by Pediatric Dentist Anchorage, AK, Dr. Terry Preece
SRK promotes Don 2 look in Delhi
Salman isn’t 'Ready' to wake up early
Will FM deliver a populist Budget this time?
Your Luck Today - February 24
present it!: Audi RS3
inside it!: Electric car I-MiEV in crash testing
Studio Guest
compare it!: Volvo XC70 - Mercedes E-Class T-Model - BMW X5
Research Gate - Facebook for scientists
Germany - Europe's economic engine
Kareena is bringing sexy back!
Porker of the Month for February 2011: Rep. Jerrold Nadler!
Rising wheat prices
Freezing weather often means trouble for the home and the garden but, as the CBC's Ben Hadaway reports, you can work to minimize the damage
Armenia - Loans for a better future
Ulkhan en longe
Nuestra Familia, Our Family
drive it!: The Motor Magazine
Skateboarding for a Cooler World
Canadian Bill Parenteau talks about living through the New Zealand earthquake
U.S. President Barack Obama talks about the situation in Libya from the White House
Sarah Hyland On Justin Bieber's Haircut
Getting a tampa pool contractor
Josh Radnor On Directing First Movie
CIR-DIRTYBUSINESSExcerptTheCO2ControversyInCanada677.mov
CIR-TheCivilRightsColdCaseProjectArthurLeonardSpencerInterv988.mov
CIR-TheCivilRightsColdCaseProjectBooSpencerInterview542.mov
CIR-TheCivilRightsColdCaseProjectBillFrasierInterview161.mov
CIR-TheCivilRightsColdCaseProjectBrendaRhodesInterview367.mov
RED-SHIRTS PROTESTS TO CONTINUE
The truth about Raymond Davis
MIDEAST UNREST
NZ EARTHQUAKE AFTERMATH
FAMILY DAY IN OTTAWA