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The most-watched American news program, "60 Minutes," will profile Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in an upcoming episode, CBC News has confirmed.

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A Vancouver-based mining company that struck gold in the small North African country of Eritrea is being accused in a B.C. lawsuit of permitting forced labour to be used in the construction of its mine.

Arizona School Shooting

Two 15-year-old girls are dead after a shooting at an Arizona high school on Friday, police say.

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North American stock markets delivered triple-digit gains today as oil rebounded and investors shook off the gloom that had driven stocks down steadily this week.

Parenting Valentines Day

Did you bring enough for everyone? Many schools in Canada have instituted policies requiring kids and their parents to bring Valentine's Day cards for the entire class, or none at all. Do you agree with this approach or not?

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Every time you update your Facebook profile, every time you email a friend, every time you stream your favourite show, you're using data. And the energy required to power that usage is increasingly becoming a problem.

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Pay now or pay more: Wealthy Albertans are trying to cram as much income into the 2015 tax year before tax rates go way up. What's it going to mean for Alberta's books?

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Prime minister announces doubling of the Canada Summer Jobs program during a visit to the Dovercourt Boys and Girls Club in Toronto.

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What's not to love about cards, candy and parties? For kids, Valentine's Day has a lot of fun perks. But the exchange of Valentine's cards have such a history of alienating children that schools have adopted policies to stop them from leaving anyone out of card exchanges.

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Travis Porteous is dead after he fatally shot a municipal councillor and seriously injured his former partner before turning the gun on himself on Thursday, a source told CBC News.

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The family of a four-year-old Saskatchewan girl is upset her name and face must be concealed, even as Tammy and Kevin Goforth face sentencing in her death, in a case that has experts divided on the merits of publication bans.

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Ready to hang up on your cellphone company? You’re not alone. Here’s how to get your problems fixed.

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Justin Trudeau and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said all the right things when they met in Ottawa yesterday. But while Canada is clearly interested in upping its aid and peacekeeping commitments, it's not clear how much money is really on the table.

Jian Ghomeshi leaves court - Day 8

As Jian Ghomeshi's defence team mined the testimony of the three complainants for inconsistencies, columnists and sexual assault survivors began publicly questioning the efforts of the Crown and the police. We spoke with two prominent criminal lawyers to answer some of those questions.

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Consider the workers aged about 55 or 57, at the peak of their earning years, who get the dreaded pink slip. Can they hope to retire comfortably?

BC News

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Dr. Evan Wood said he knows many like former CFL player Angus Reid who have hit rock bottom through gambling.

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A Vancouver-based mining company that struck gold in the small North African country of Eritrea is being accused in a B.C. lawsuit of permitting forced labour to be used in the construction of its mine.

Victoria love map

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, the City of Victoria has developed an online map to tell you if you've been looking for love in all the wrong places. It shows which neighbourhoods have the most single people.

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The Delta Police Department is launching a new training program, the first of its kind in B.C., to address 'unconscious bias' when officers deal with the public.

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The Canadian Princess has served as a floating fishing lodge in the Ucluelet harbour since 1979, but it won't be part of the sale of the resort it belongs to.

Elizabeth and Husband

When CBC Radio's The Early Edition asked for your most romantic stories, the tales both warmed and broke our hearts. Whether you're happily single this Valentine's Day or you've found the one, these tales of true love remind us that romance lives.

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Canadians expecting the usual fare of last-minute flight deals to the U.S. are likely to be disappointed this year, says SFU professor Peter Williams.

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Two men accused of people smuggling in the case involving the death of two-year-old Alan Kurdi have pointed the finger at a third man — Abdullah Kurdi, Alan's father.

Vancouver Humane Society

The rodeo at the Abbotsford Agrifair is being cancelled for 2016 because of budget shortfalls, say organizers.

Vancouver Forecast Feb 11th, 2015

Look for a wash-out start to Friday, before one of the only breaks in the long range forecast moves in for the afternoon.

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An unregistered Surrey mortgage broker has been ordered to stop offering financial services after a probe that also resulted in an investigation into her realtor-husband for recommending his wife's services.

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Organizers of Vancouver's annual 4/20 celebration say they're planning to move the pro-marijuana event to Sunset Beach from its usual location at the Vancouver Art Gallery, but the Park Board says it's not welcome.

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The B.C. Green Party has presented an online petition in the B.C. Legislature, signed by more than 62,000 people from across the province, calling for an end to MSP Premiums.

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Blues musician Jason Buie was reunited with his cherished Fender Stratocaster guitar six years after it was stolen during a break and enter.

Man survives avalanche

A snowmobiler survived a close call when he was caught up in an avalanche near Tumbler Ridge, B.C.

Sports News

CBC | Sports News

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La Presse reported Friday that Carey Price has a torn medial collateral ligament in his right knee and will miss the rest of the season. Coach Michel Therrien called the report "speculation" and said the Montreal Canadiens star goalie is working hard to return to action.

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The Four Continents championships have come to be as important an event on the figure skating calendar as the 125-year old European Championships it was modelled after. And Canadian skaters have taken their fair share of the hardware.

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The two-time Pro Bowl running back Matt Forte announced on Instagram Friday morning that the Chicago Bears informed him this week it will not offer him a contract for next season.

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Canadian heptathlete Brianne Theisen-Eaton says gold in Rio would be the ultimate accomplishment after finishing second in Beijing at the 2015 world championships.

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Watch live as Canada's top individual and group gymnasts compete for their national ranking this weekend in Richmond, B.C. at the 2016 Elite Canada rhythmic gymnastics competition.

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CBC Toronto's Greg Ross had a special guest in his promo for his coverage of the NBA All Star Weekend on Thursday night.

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Former FIFA secretary general Jerome Valcke has been has been banned from all soccer-related activity for 12 years by the governing body's ethics committee.

IOC Bach Zika

IOC President Thomas Bach says there is "no intention" by any countries to pull out of the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro over concerns about the Zika virus.

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Sneaker fanatics spent hours (in some cases days) in frigid weather to drop hundreds on new sneakers at a Nike pop-up shop

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Here's what to look for on this weekend's Road to the Olympic Games show, featuring action from across the globe in speed skating, bobsleigh, snowboarding, aerials and biathlon.

Canada Pan Am Games Basketball

It's a good time to be Lisa Thomaidis these days. The head coach of Canada's women's basketball team and the University of Saskatchewan Huskies is riding an all-time high. And with that success, come even greater expectations for the Rio Olympics.

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