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Can I share my mp3, avi, mov, and other formats?

That depends.

Do you own the copyrights?

This will be handled on a case by case basis.

Typically if you plan on sharing Matthew Good's latest album or a copy of Transformers that you bought on the streets of Toronto, we're going to say no.

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Raspberry mousse cakes sold in multiple provinces recalled by CFIA for norovirus

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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is recalling a number of raspberry mousse cakes due to norovirus.

Charlottesville vice-mayor blasts 'whiny little brats of the alt-right' and Trump's 'blame game'

Charlottesville vice-mayor Wes Bellamy

Charlottesville's vice-mayor slammed U.S. President Donald Trump's response to the deadly violence that transpired in his Virginia city over the weekend, saying Trump placing blame on both white nationalists and counter-protesters "shows who he really is."

B.C. surpasses worst wildfire season on record — and threat is far from over

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Though many evacuees are safely back home, dry conditions across B.C. mean the wildfire situation remains unpredictable.

Toronto and Durham police accused of conspiring to cover up off-duty officer's alleged beating of teen

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The father of a Toronto police officer charged with severely beating a teenager in Whitby, Ont., last year repeatedly contacted Durham Regional Police as they investigated the assault and provided them with false information in an attempt to cover up the crimes his son is accused of committing, a new complaint alleges.

Francophone beats speeding ticket issued by non-bilingual officer

Traffic Ticket

A Franco-Manitoban lawyer has successfully challenged a speeding ticket because the officer who pulled him over didn’t offer him service in French.

Not all shades created equal: How to get the right solar eclipse glasses

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As excitement on social media about the Aug. 21 solar eclipse heats up, experts are urging people to take good care of their eyes when they enjoy the spectacle in Canadian skies.

Sears Canada chairman steps down so he can bid to buy retailer

Sears Canada closing sale

The executive chairman of Sears Canada has stepped down in order to head up a bid to buy the company.

Chuck Norris jokes? Google knows what you're laughing at in each province and territory

Newfoundlaners love puns

Many people in Quebec like to Google corny jokes, and those in Newfoundland and Labrador tend to look for puns, according to data on the most search-for jokes that was released Wednesday to mark International Tell a Joke Day.

Donald Trump disbands business and manufacturing councils as CEOs begin to jump ship


U.S. President Donald Trump announced he is disbanding two advisory panels full of business executives after a number of high-profile CEOs either quit the panels or criticized his response to last weekend's tragic events in Charlottesville, Va.

Teen who died on school canoe trip didn't pass swim test

Jeremiah Perry

Teen Jeremiah Perry did not pass a swim test prior to going on a Toronto District School Board canoe trip to Algonquin Park in early July, says the board.

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