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Human remains found at rural B.C. property

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RCMP officers found the remains while executing a search warrant on Saturday.

Living and loving the Cold War: The wild ride of a Canadian diplomat and spy

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Diplomacy is not designed to be a wild ride, but Bill Warden's lasted three decades. He died in 2011, before his vivid journals were collected and published this fall by his daughter, Lisa, under the title, Diplomat, Dissident, Spook.

U.K. police respond to reports of gunman, hostage-taking at leisure complex

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe sidelined as WHO goodwill ambassador after outcry

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Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has been removed as a WHO goodwill ambassador, the World Health Organization said on Sunday following an outrage among donors and rights groups at his appointment.

Answers to some key questions on Quebec's face-covering law

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A Mortician's Tale explores the poignant — and mundane — realities of death

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The Toronto-made indie game A Mortician's Tale aims to open up frank discussions about death and dying by putting you in the role of a funeral home worker preparing corpses and consoling the bereaved.

Some Germans see echoes of Stasi-era surveillance in new new facial recognition technology

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Germany is testing out facial-recognition technology at a Berlin train station. The goal is to improve security, but for those who remember the Cold War, it has shades of life under East Germany's notorious secret police, known as the Stasi.

Survivors wait for next steps in effort to preserve 'horror stories' of residential schools

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The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled residential school survivors must decide whether their accounts of abuse should be preserved or destroyed. Plans are now being drawn up to contact survivors and ask them their wishes.

Source: CBC | Top Stories News