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The CBC's Terry Milewski is on the campaign trail with Conservative Leader Stephen Harper in the Greater Toronto Area
How to turn negative thinking into a positive outlook
Omar Sharif, Egypt's most famous actor, says he's concerned for his country's future and has joined those calling for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's resignation, the CBC's Eli Glasner reports
While many students want laptops, tablets and smartphones for school, many are not allowed in classrooms, the CBC's Monica Martinez reports
CBC's Ioanna Roumeliotis talks to Greeks living under the country's austerity measures and discovers a sense of betrayal
Aamir's Looks In 'Dhoom 3'
Ireland's ambassador to Canada, Ray Bassett, talks to the CBC's Evan Solomon about his country's debt woes and the bailout it requested from the EU
Susan Griffiths, the Winnipeg Woman Who Went to Switzerland to Take Advantage of the Country's Assisted Suicide Law, Has Died. CBC's Cameron Mac Intosh Reports.
CBC's Samira Hussain meets with Canadians who have taken value shopping to the next level
Canadians are avid readers who bought or borrowed more than 2.7 million books last week, according to figures released by a campaign uniting librarians, educators, literacy advocates, publishers and booksellers, the CBC's Deana Sumanac reports
A British MP has said Canada's beleaguered submarine fleet, purchased from the U.K. in 1998, may have been a bad deal for Canadians from the start, CBC's Tom Murphy reports
Canadians Are Filling Up Jerry Cans at Many American Gas Stations to Save at the Pump
Food Banks Are a Staple for a Million Canadians, Many Who Are New Immigrants and Kids.
Baidu Shares Fall on Negative Outlook
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The CBC's Dan Burritt Looks at a New Video Game That Allows Players to Build and Blow Up Pipelines
CBC's Ron Charles looks at a high school co-op program that has allowed a group of students to get in touch with their animal instincts
In an Interview With CBC's Janice Johnstone, Chief Rod Knecht Says the Last Year Was Marked by Too Many Shootings, but Praised the Way the Force Has Handled Crime.
CBC's Adrienne Arsenault looks at Attawapiskat First Nation Chief Theresa Spence's decision to send the government-appointed third-party manager off the troubled reserve
CBC's Terry Milewski looks at the negative outlook many Canadians have about the country's economy
A growing number of Canadians are more worried about the economy and how they'll fare in the midst of what many consider a mild recession, according to a survey released Thursday by the Economic Club of Canada.
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