CBC News (Canada)

· 'Federal agency racks up big expenses after scientists reject web meetings'
· 'Real versus fake Christmas trees: Which one's greener?'
· ''We have fewer rights': Franco-Ontarian youth protest by living proudly'
· 'How events unfolded after foreign affairs minister sent tweet rebuking Saudi Arabia'
· 'Why hazing continues despite physical and mental health consequences'
· 'Government staffer named in Mark Norman document leak case suspended from job'
· 'Manitoba inmates using drones to sneak in contraband, staff say'
· 'Two children found dead in southeast Edmonton apartment suite'
· 'Don't count on Quebec backing Energy East pipeline revival, province's premier warns'
· 'Hamilton community leaders vouch for drug-dealing mobsters'
· '2021 Francophonie Games could cost taxpayers 7 times more than expected'
· 'Ottawa reaches agreement in principle to settle Indian Day School class-action lawsuit'
· 'Doug Ford threatens walkout as provincial officials criticize agenda for first ministers conference'
· 'An 'insane' week: B.C. experiences rash of carbon monoxide poisonings'
· 'Cyber crooks increasingly targeting home devices: report'
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