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Workers who hid messages in Zara clothes say they still haven't been paid

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Workers who stuffed pleas into pockets of clothing sold at Zara say they still haven’t been paid despite promises of compensation.

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Hollywood stars on the defensive as scandals prompt tough questions

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With the disturbing revelations about producer Harvey Weinstein and new allegations of sexual misconduct attached to A-list actors emerging daily, there is a noticeable chill in La La Land.

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Hammy, B.C.'s most famous deer, no longer has his hammock — but his antler is still purple

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A Prince Rupert, B.C., deer who made international headlines for wandering around town with a purple hammock on his head no longer has his eye-catching headwear.

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Michael Flynn's lawyers break with Trump's legal team

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A lawyer for former national security adviser Michael Flynn has told U.S. President Donald Trump's legal team that they will no longer communicate with them about special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election interference — a sign that Flynn may be moving to co-operate with investigators.

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The National LIVE

Welcome to The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News

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U.S. navy ends search for 3 sailors missing after plane crash

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The search has ended for three sailors missing in the Philippine Sea since a U.S. navy aircraft crashed on Wednesday, the navy said Friday.

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Canine companions and 'mental toughness' helped dog walker survive wilderness ordeal

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Marcel Poitras says wife Annette gave one of her two rain jackets to Roxy the boxer and learned from the other dogs how to dig down to find a dry spot.

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Cellphone companies may need to step up privacy protections, minister says

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Canada's Public Safety Minister is questioning whether Canadian cellphone companies are doing enough to protect their customers' privacy, after a CBC/Radio-Canada investigation.

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Canadian house prices 50% overvalued compared to rents: OECD

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Household debt levels in Canada are higher than those in any country included in a new OECD report, and the organization says it's a major risk to the country's economy.

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Uber hack latest example of why vigilance required to keep your wallet safe

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For the 8,000 Canadians who had personal data stolen by hackers in the massive Equifax data breach earlier this year, trust and peace of mind are now difficult to come by. For the rest of Canada, the incident should serve as a cautionary tale, as such breaches are expected to increase in size and scope.

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Aurora Cannabis buying greenhouse designer Larssen to push pot partnership plans

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Aurora Cannabis Inc. says it intends to use its ownership of greenhouse design firm Larssen Ltd. to pressure other cannabis producers to enter partnerships that will further its aggressive growth plans.

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Competition Bureau wants answers from Sears liquidators on alleged price mark-ups, says report

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The Competition Bureau is investigating allegations that some merchandise was marked up in price for Sears Canada liquidation sales, according to a report.

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Don't expect government meddling in the housing market to fix it: Don Pittis

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When market forces go wrong, governments feel the need to intervene. But no one should pretend they understand all the consequences, especially when it comes to fixing the housing sector.

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Passive income changes could net feds $6 billion, PBO says

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Parliament's spending watchdog says Liberal changes to passive investment rules for small businesses could rake in up to $6 billion annually in new tax revenues after a decade.

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