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- Calgary stabbing victim Zackariah Rathwell remembered
- Mount Everest avalanche: Sherpas hold walkout at base camp
- South Korea ferry: Identified deaths climb to 146
- Kenzie Markey, injured skydiving in Arizona, comes home to B.C.
- B.C. car dealers may be violating drivers' privacy, claims whistleblower
- Malaysia Airlines MH370: Australia to deploy powerful sonar in search
- Support pours in for Weyburn, Sask., waitresses who lost jobs
- Canadiens win Game 4, sweep Lightning
- Raptors push back to beat Nets in Game 2
- New York Times says Canada's middle class richer than U.S.
Egypt's next president will have to contend with frustrated workers who have threatened a new wave of nationwide strikes if their demands are not met b... More Egypt's next president will have to contend with frustrated workers who have threatened a new wave of nationwide strikes if their demands are not met by an already cash-strapped government. Duration:02:33
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Date 21 hrs ago 1:41
Tooltip Information:Gardens sex abuser back in court to face 108 chargesVideo by:Description: Gordon Stuckless will plead guilty to 103 of the new charges dating back several decades: lawyerRating: 3.35Views: 12990
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Tooltip Information:Waitresses lose jobs to foreign workersVideo by:Description: 2 servers say they were let go after working for years at a restaurant in SaskatchewanRating: 3.01Views: 39978
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Tooltip Information:B.C. car dealers may be violating drivers' privacy, claims whistleblowerVideo by:Description: A whistleblower in the auto sales industry says car dealers may be violating customers' privacy rights when they scan licences.Rating: 4Views: 490