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U.K. wants free trade deal with Canada, high commissioner says

Britain's high commissioner is open to signing a free trade deal with Canada now that the United Kingdom has opted out of the European Union.

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StatsCan didn't pre-test troublesome census web page

Thousands of Canadians trying to file their census information online were cut off on May 2 because of website problems. Statistics Canada acknowledges it did not pre-test the image-rich webpage that led to severe congestion.

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Trudeau says Canada 'well positioned' to weather Brexit storm amid market jitters

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought to reassure Canadians waking up to jittery markets Friday that the country's economy is in a good position to weather the storm in the wake of Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

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5 ways Brexit could hurt Canadian pocketbooks

We may not be headed for another global financial crisis. But financial experts warn that Brexit could affect everything from Canadian housing prices to your retirement savings.

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Brexit rocks the markets and CPP to grow: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP

From the U.K.'s market-shaking vote to quit the EU to the revamping of the Canada Pension Plan it was a busy week in business news. The CBC's Jacqueline Hansen is here to get you caught up in her weekly video recap.

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Loonie loses more than a penny, TSX sheds 239 points after Britons vote to quit EU

A sea of red washed over global financial markets on Friday in reaction to Britons' shocking vote to Brexit the European Union, with the British pound down to its lowest point since 1985 and the Canadian dollar lost more than a cent against the U.S. dollar.

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Brexit makes headlines around the world

Britain's decision to leave the European Union left the world stunned and prompted a mixture of headlines around the world.

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Millennial frustration with the Brexit vote

As the results of Thursday's nail-biting Brexit vote came rolling in, some of the strongest reactions came from young people in the U.K.

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Tape over your laptop camera? Why it might not be as paranoid as it seems

A curious photo circulating online of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's personal laptop has ignited a conversation about data security, and how people can protect themselves against hackers.

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NASA sets off largest fire on a spacecraft ever in Saffire experiment

NASA recently set off the largest fire ever in space — but don't worry, it's for astronauts' own safety.

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Saskatoon cyclotron now supplying radioisotopes to Royal University Hospital

Medical isotopes used at Saskatoon's Royal University Hospital will now be produced right here at home.

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CRISPR gene editing heads to human trial as cancer treatment

Approval in the U.S. of a human trial using the gene-editing technique called CRISPR to target certain cancers could open the door to dozens of trials using the promising new technology.

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David Stephan gets jail time, Collet Stephan gets house arrest in son's meningitis death

A father has been sentenced to four months in jail and his wife to three months of house arrest, after being found guilty of failing to provide the necessaries of life for their 19-month-old Alberta son, who died from bacterial meningitis.

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Ottawa favours targeted health-care spending over increased transfer to provinces

The federal health minister says she is unconvinced that putting more money into the federal health transfer to the provinces is the best way to improve the health-care system.

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'Best of three?' British celebs disappointed, resigned in Brexit vote reaction

The people have spoken: as the shocking Brexit vote results came in, British celebrities shared their reaction to the referendum on social media.

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'Thoughts and prayers' do nothing to stop mass shootings in this video game (or in real life)

Your thoughts and prayers will do nothing to stop mass shootings in this viral video game that mocks played-out, post-tragedy platitudes.

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Shawn Mendes shuts down online rumours: 'I'm not gay'

Popular Canadian singer Shawn Mendes has responded via Snapchat to comments about his sexuality online.

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2016 NHL Draft feel-good moments

The feel-good moments of the NHL Draft that will make your night even better.

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World Anti-Doping Agency suspends Rio drug-testing laboratory

The World Anti-Doping Agency has suspended the Brazilian Doping Control Laboratory in Rio. The lab cannot conduct anti-doping analyses on urine and blood samples while its accreditation is suspended.

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