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  1. Only six countries have fewer pollution-related deaths than Canada: Lancet study
    Canada is largely unscathed by the deadly consequences of pollution compared to its global peers, according to a major study that found more people around the world are killed every year from environmental factors than war, hunger, natural disasters and smoking combined.
  2. Tragically Hip doc will be online, on TV and shown live in Gord Downie's hometown
    Fans mourning the death of Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie can relive his last cross-country tour when the documentary “Long Time Running” is broadcast live and streamed on CTV.ca and the CTV GO app Friday evening.
  3. Putin brands Canada's adoption of new Magnitsky Act as political gamesmanship
    Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing Canada of playing "unconstructive political games" by passing its own Magnitsky law this week.
  4. Is Canadian health care as great as we like to think?
    For many Canadians, our universal health care system is a source of national pride. But the head of a key health care improvement organization says Canada’s system barely ranks above that of the U.S. and lags far behind systems in Europe, where taxpayers get more care for less money.
  5. Face-covered selfies: Social media protests over Quebec's Bill 62
    People in Quebec are posting photos of their partially covered faces in protest of the province’s Bill 62, which bans people with their faces covered for religious purposes from providing or receiving public services.
  6. Several brands of veggie mixes recalled over Listeria concerns
    Several brands of fresh stir-fry, salad mixes, and veggie platters sold across Canada are being recalled due to possible Listeria contamination.
  7. 140 arrested in Malawi after mob attacks on 'vampires'
    Deadly mob attacks on people suspected to be "vampires" have led to 140 arrests in Malawi, police said Friday.
  8. Airbus has no plans to buy out Bombardier after CSeries partnership
    Airbus chief executive Tom Enders says the company has no plans to buy out the rest of Bombardier's CSeries program after reaching a deal to take a majority stake on Monday.