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Ottawa shooting: Where did Michael Zehaf-Bibeau get his gun?

The Winchester .30-30 calibre rifle used by Michael Zehaf-Bibeau in this week's Ottawa shootings on Parliament Hill may be a critical piece of evidence as they try to reconstruct his activities prior to the attack, investigators say.

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Ottawa shooting: Terror attack chatter but no specific threat

There was a great deal of chatter picked up about a terrorist attack but no specific threat to Parliament or Canadian Armed Forces soldiers in the lead up to this week's attacks in two separate provinces , CBC News has learned.

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Families of Nathan Cirillo and Patrice Vincent to get help from crowdfunding campaign

The families of slain military members Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent stand to get some financial support from a new crowdfunding campaign that has already taken in donations from many Canadians and several major Canadian banks.

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Gluten-free market booming, but researchers aren't sold

Millions of Canadians opt for gluten-free products, but CBC Marketplace found that some scientists are skeptical about the way these products are marketed.

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Google claims it installed unbreakable encryption after NSA spying

The executive chairman of Google says the internet giant updated its encryption standards to make them unbreakable after learning the National Security Agency could spy on users.

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Pusateri's to run Saks 5th Avenue food halls

Saks Fifth Avenue, which caters to a clientele with a taste for the finer things in life, is partnering with upscale food merchant Pusateri's in its soon-to-be opened Canadian stores.

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Man with hatchet shot dead after attacking NYC police

A New York City police officer who suffered a serious head wound after being attacked by a hatchet-wielding man remains in critical but stable condition.

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Ice age Andes settlement found at record high altitude

Archeologists have found an ice age settlement so high in the Peruvian Andes that they were surprised ancient humans could survive the low oxygen there.

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Honda president, executives take pay cut over recall issues

Honda Motor Co. took the rare step of imposing pay cuts on its president and 12 other executives after the fifth recall in a year of its new Fit hybrid model.

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Carmakers ignore hacking risk, security expert says

As high-tech features like adaptive cruise control, automatic braking and automatic parallel parking systems make cars smarter, it's also making them more vulnerable to hackers – a risk that carmakers appear to be ignoring, says an automotive security researcher.

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Google claims it installed unbreakable encryption after NSA spying

The executive chairman of Google says the internet giant updated its encryption standards to make them unbreakable after learning the National Security Agency could spy on users.

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Ice age Andes settlement found at record high altitude

Archeologists have found an ice age settlement so high in the Peruvian Andes that they were surprised ancient humans could survive the low oxygen there.

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Gluten-free market booming, but researchers aren't sold

Millions of Canadians opt for gluten-free products, but CBC Marketplace found that some scientists are skeptical about the way these products are marketed.

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Colic in babies reduced with probiotics, Canadian study finds

Babies with colic cry excessively and inconsolably but giving them probiotics could help with bouts of fussiness, according to new Canadian research.

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Canadian experimental Ebola vaccine vials arrive in Geneva

The first 250 vials of Canada's experimental Ebola vaccine arrived in Geneva on Wednesday for clinical trials that could start next month.

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Whiplash: FILM REVIEW

Whiplash, Damien Chazelle's jazz music drama, is a seductive symphony of obsession, passion and 'blood on the drums', says CBC's film critic.

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5 top picks for the imagineNATIVE film festival

The imagineNATIVE film + media arts festival celebrates the best of indigenous film and media. In it's 15th year, the festival includes 130 works representing more than 70 distinct indigenous nations from 12 different countries, including Canada.

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Keanu Reeves blasts into theatres in John Wick

Actor Keanu Reeves is out for vengeance in the bullet-riddled underworld fantasy from stunt experts, David Leitch and Chad Stahelski.

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NHL: 3 Stories from Thursday night

Thursday night’s hockey line-up included a homecoming, of sorts, for Ryan Miller in St. Louis, now wearing the colours of the Vancouver Canucks and the Calgary Flames trying to climb above .500 in the midst of a long home stretch.

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Steve Nash to miss season with back injury

Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash has been ruled out for the season with a back injury, putting the two-time NBA MVP's career in doubt. The Lakers and Nash announced their decision Thursday, less than a week before the start of the 40-year-old Nash's 19th NBA season.

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P.K. Subban dresses up as Thriller Michael Jackson for Halloween

The Montreal Canadiens reportedly held their Halloween party on Wednesday night at a local establishment, and based on the photos posted by the website 25stanley.com, P.K. Subban went all out with his costume.

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