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Canada election 2015: Stephen Harper pledges home renovation tax credit

Conservative Leader Stephen Harper promises to bring back a home renovation tax credit and make it permanently available to Canadians, arguing it would inject $4.3 billion into the economy.

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Canada election 2015: Where the leaders are Tuesday

Canada's federal political leaders are starting to converge in the Greater Toronto Area ahead of the first leaders' debate of the campaign.

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Canada election 2015: Barrage of ads has only just begun

The political advertising is certain to be dominated by those who can afford it over the next 11 weeks, but past history has shown the wealthiest campaigns don't always win, writes CBC correspondent Adrienne Arsenault.

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Canadian dollar hits fresh 11-year low

The Canadian dollar hits a new 11-year low against its U.S. counterpart, as weak oil prices and a possible further interest rate cut continue to hurt sentiment in Canada's currency.

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Canada election 2015: Stephen Harper pledges home renovation tax credit

Conservative Leader Stephen Harper promises to bring back a home renovation tax credit and make it permanently available to Canadians, arguing it would inject $4.3 billion into the economy.

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Low interest rates prompt savers to borrow to invest

Some savers are taking a gamble and borrowing money at historically low rates to invest in the stock market.

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Iraq works to digitize precious manuscripts before ISIS can destroy them

As Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants set out to destroy Iraq's history and culture, a major preservation and digitization project is underway in Baghdad to safeguard a millennium worth of history.

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New York public urination debate tests 'broken windows' theory of crime

As New York City weighs the decriminalization of public urination, critics of the long-held 'broken windows' theory of criminology question whether it ever made sense.

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HitchBOT's demise thought to be captured in surveillance footage

Surveillance camera footage obtained by Philadelphia YouTuber Jesse Wellens appears to show Canada's favourite hitchhiking robot being destroyed.

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Tornadoes: El Nino may give Canada's twister season a boost

An above-average number of tornadoes may be ripping through - and ripping up - Canada this summer, scientists say.

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HitchBOT's demise thought to be captured in surveillance footage

Surveillance camera footage obtained by Philadelphia YouTuber Jesse Wellens appears to show Canada's favourite hitchhiking robot being destroyed.

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Newfoundland fossils may show earliest reproduction in complex organism

A significant fossil find on the Newfoundland coastline could shed light on what may be the oldest physical evidence of reproduction in a complex organism.

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Hazards of public toilet use debunked

Toilet seats are indeed crawling with human bacterial populations, but how risky is it?

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Jack Bodie identified as teen who died from suspected fentanyl overdose in Vancouver

A teenager who died following a suspected fentanyl overdose in Vancouver over the B.C. Day weekend has been identified by family members as Jack Bodie.

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André Ngamini Ngui seeks German treatment purported to cure liver cancer

A St-Hubert resident is paying $60,000 to get liver cancer treatment in Germany after Quebec doctors told him there was no way to rid him of the disease.

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Drake trolls Meek Mill with PowerPoint slideshow at OVO Fest

Drake took his high-profile feud with Philly rapper Meek Mill to a new level during his show-capping performance at OVO Fest in Toronto over the weekend.

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Canadian hacktivists use Donald Trump's website to praise Jon Stewart

Members of the anonymous, decentralized hacktivist group Telecomix Canada covertly used Donald Trump's website to host a love letter to Jon Stewart.

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Raptors' new uniforms revealed by Drake at OVO Fest

Drake unveiled one of the Toronto Raptors' new uniform designs on stage at his OVO Fest in Toronto on Monday night.

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Ryan Cochrane misses 800m final at swimming world championships

Canada's Ryan Cochrane failed to qualify for the final of the men's 800-metre freestyle event Tuesday at the swimming world championships in Kazan, Russia, a disappointing follow-up to his surprise medal in the 400m event two days earlier.

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Raptors' new uniforms revealed by Drake at OVO Fest

Drake unveiled one of the Toronto Raptors' new uniform designs on stage at his OVO Fest in Toronto on Monday night.

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Vancouver Ultimate Frisbee players could compete in future Summer Olympic Games

The youngest members of Canada's only Major League Ultimate Frisbee team could one day compete for gold in the Summer Olympic Games.

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