Ottawa 'clearly' sees a path forward to defuse rail blockades, Indigenous Services Minister says | CBC News

Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says there is a clear “path forward" to defuse the ongoing tensions caused by protests that have hamstrung the country's transportation network, despite some Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs refusing to meet until the RC…

Source: CBC News | Date: 19 Feb, 2020
Cannabis oils, capsules and sprays can cost 20%-180% more, depending on the province | CBC News

A CBC News analysis has revealed the price of cannabis extracts varies widely across Canada, with the same product sometimes costing three and a half times more in one provincially run online store than another.

Source: CBC News | Date: 19 Feb, 2020
Children of 91-year-old multimillionaire landlord seek to have his marriage annulled | CBC News

Legal documents lay bare a family feud between an ageing patriarch who believes he's still able to manage his own affairs, against his children who believe they're acting in their father's best interests.

Source: CBC News | Date: 19 Feb, 2020
Cruise passengers start disembark in Japan as 2-week virus quarantine ends | CBC News

Hundreds of people began disembarking a cruise ship quarantined in Japan on Wednesday as criticism mounted of the country's handling of the outbreak.

Source: CBC News | Date: 19 Feb, 2020
Astronomers look to preserve the night sky as thousands of satellites set to launch | CBC News

The potential launch of tens of thousands of satellites — called constellations — is a serious threat to astronomy, according to the International Astronomical Union (IAU). Now, it's trying to find solutions.

Source: CBC News | Date: 19 Feb, 2020
Mike Bloomberg's appeal in U.S. presidential race is that many see him as a safe pair of hands: Don Pittis | CBC News

Among some Democrats, there are fears that the billionaire candidate Mike Bloomberg will merely patch up the U.S. economy, rather than bring real and essential change that could help the disenfranchised.

Source: CBC News | Date: 19 Feb, 2020
What researchers have learned about the spread and severity of the coronavirus | CBC News

The picture of the coronavirus outbreak now coming into focus is one of mostly mild cases, with increased risk of severe symptoms and death for the elderly and patients with pre-existing conditions, a new Chinese study suggests.

Source: CBC News | Date: 19 Feb, 2020
Canada nearly lost 2018 UN mission because it didn't have enough women in uniform | CBC News

Canada came within a whisker of losing its place in a United Nations peacekeeping mission in the fall of 2018 because of the military's inability to consistently deploy enough women to meet the world body's guidelines.

Source: CBC News | Date: 19 Feb, 2020
Pipeline approval record reveals conflict with Wet'suwet'en years in the making | CBC News

The paper trail behind the Coastal GasLink pipeline's approval reveals a conflict with Indigenous leaders that was practically baked into the process long before the current protests that have shut down significant parts of Canada's rail system.

Source: CBC News | Date: 19 Feb, 2020
Eyes off the prize: Why is the Conservative leadership field so small? | CBC News

There were 14 names on the ballot for the Conservative leadership convention back in 2017. The fact that there are few serious contenders for the job now may indicate how much the job has changed since Stephen Harper had it - and how hard it might be going fo…

Source: CBC News | Date: 19 Feb, 2020
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