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Family, community mourn 3 children, 2 grandparents killed in house fire

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Neighbours say they received no answer when they banged on the door of a burning home and shouted the names of the family members who were later found dead inside the house in a rural community northwest of Edmonton.

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Trump's Syria policy now appears to be — quite literally — 'blood for oil'

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For decades, critics of U.S. foreign policy have claimed it's largely built around securing control of foreign oil. Donald Trump is doing his best to prove them right.

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Attention travellers: Despite recent ruling, U.S. border agents can still easily search your phone

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Travellers entering the United States, be aware: American border agents can still easily search your cellphone. That's despite a much-publicized U.S. court ruling against border guards searching electronic devices without declaring prior grounds for suspicion.

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Victims of Florida navy base shooting tried to stop attacker, families say

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As families mourn the deaths of three people killed by an aviation student from Saudi Arabia at Naval Air Station Pensacola, both the U.S. president and defence secretary say it's too early to tell whether the attack was terrorism-related.

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Actress in ridiculed Peloton ad starts over — with Ryan Reynolds's gin

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A new ad for Ryan Reynolds's Aviation gin offers the actress in the heavily criticized Peloton ad a chance to start over with "new beginnings."

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Indian woman who was allegedly raped dies after being set on fire while heading to court

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A 23-year-old woman died in a New Delhi hospital after she was attacked and burned by a group of men, including two she had accused of raping her, police said.

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Kaillie Humphries victorious in bobsleigh World Cup debut with U.S.

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Former Canadian bobsled star Kaillie Humphries won her World Cup women's debut for the United States on Saturday, posting the fastest time in both heats at the season opener in Lake Placid, N.Y., for her 23rd career World Cup victory.

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No body, no closure: Sisters seek justice as emotional Sheree Fertuck trial looms

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On the fourth anniversary of Sheree’s disappearance, her sisters Teaka White and Michelle Kish spoke to CBC for the first time about the loss of their oldest sibling, the potential of an emotional trial, and their hopes that new information can end the search for her body.

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Here's how many Canadians get a holiday bonus

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From extra cash to holiday parties, 61 per cent of Canadian workers get some sort of reward this time of year, according to a survey conducted for ADP Canada.

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B.C. cannabis shop covers window with photo of frontier Mountie. RCMP wants it removed

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police have asked a new Cranbrook cannabis shop to take down an image of famous Mountie Sam Steele, which covers one of its windows.

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Stephen Poloz to step down as Bank of Canada governor at end of term

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The Bank of Canada says Stephen Poloz won't seek a second term as governor when his seven years in the job expire next year.

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Roots cuts sales forecast as it grapples with several challenges

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Apparel retailer Roots Corp. downgraded its sales expectations for the current financial year as it grapples with a shortened holiday shopping period and other challenges.

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Ottawa accepts Alberta's new $30-per-tonne carbon plan for large emitters in 2020

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The federal government will accept the Alberta government's latest plan to price the greenhouse-gas emissions of large industrial facilities at a rate of $30 per tonne in 2020.

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Canada's unemployment rate climbs to 5.9%

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The Canadian economy posted its biggest monthly job loss since the financial crisis as the unemployment rate also pushed higher in November, Statistics Canada reported Friday.

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