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CBC Newsupdated Tue, 21 Nov 2006 | 1:27:27 PM ET
Reardon (Ian Tracey) meets with the Vietnamese about hitting the bikers' money exchange.
9:00 p.m. EST on CBC Television
The World at Six
The World at Six, CBC Radio's flagship evening news program, is celebrating forty years on air this month.
6:00 p.m. EST on CBC Radio One
Free Run
Do you have what it takes to tackle the Free Run obstacle course?
Kids'CBC: Doodlephone
Choose your instruments and play along to all your favorite Doodlebop songs!
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The latest video from CBC Newsworld and CBC-TV

Native Rights Crusader
CBC Archives looks at aboriginal rights leader Georges Erasmus.
Triple Sensation
Audition for CBC-TV's talent show.
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Anti-Syrian cabinet minister killed in Beirut
Lebanese industry minister, Pierre Gemayel, a prominent anti-Syrian politician and head of the Christian Phalange party, has been shot and killed while driving in Beirut.
UN chief says U.S. is 'trapped in Iraq'
The U.S. is "trapped in Iraq" and the Bush administration needs to time carefully any withdrawal of troops from the beleaguered country to avoid a deepening of violence there, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan said Tuesday.
Canadian soldiers injured by landmine
Two Canadian soldiers were injured Tuesday after an anti-personnel landmine detonated in southern Afghanistan.
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Tories introduce bill to crack down on drug-impaired driving
Canadians suspected of being high while behind the wheel could soon be asked to submit blood or urine samples for testing if the Conservative government's proposed legislation passes.
Implement Kelowna deal on native poverty: Fontaine
Calling aboriginal poverty "the single most important social justice issue" in Canada, Assembly of First Nations Chief Phil Fontaine calls on the Harper government to implement last year's Kelowna accord on native issues.
House approves state funeral for last WWI vet
The House of Commons has voted unanimously in favour of offering a state funeral to the last Canadian veteran of the First World War.
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Health »

Health rating depends on neighbourhood: report
Your neighbourhood may help determine how healthy you are, according to a new report that suggests affluence and accessibility are key factors.
Federal autism research chair announced
A new federal research chair will look at effective treatments and interventions for autism, the federal government announced on Tuesday.
Doctors contribute to addictions in Canada: study
A substantial proportion of opiate drug abusers in Canada are getting their fixes from doctors handing out legal presciriptions, according to a study in Tuesday's Canadian Medical Association Journal.
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Arts & Entertainment»

Director Robert Altman dead at 81
Maverick director Robert Altman has died at a Los Angeles hospital, his production company said on Tuesday. He was 81.
We were offered 'hush money,' says O.J.'s sister-in-law
O.J. Simpson's former sister-in-law, Denise Brown, claims News Corp. tried to buy her family's silence in advance of the former football star's planned book, If I Did It.
The Law of Dreams wins Governor General's fiction award
First-time novelist Peter Behrens has won the Governor General's award for English fiction for The Law of Dreams.
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Technology & Science »

Wi-Fi ruling may lead to patent lawsuits
Companies using wireless technology may be in for legal problems after a court ruling that an Australian government agency holds the rights to patents on the underlying technology used in popular Wi-Fi standards.
Alliance will transform cellphones into wallets
Sony Corp. and NXP Semiconductors say they are joining forces to create a global standard for a secure chip that will turn mobile phones into electronic wallets.
IPod users shun video, study says
IPod owners spend very little time watching TV or movies using their devices, calling into question Apple Computer's strategy of offering video, says a new study of 400 iPod users.
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Money »

Sept. retail activity dips as gas prices, auto sales decline
Plummeting gas prices and slumping auto sales drove retail sales down 1.2 per cent in September, Statistics Canada reported Tuesday.
Recovery work underway at Cigar Lake: Cameco
Shares of uranium miner Cameco Corp. gained more than three per cent on Tuesday after the company said work is underway to recover its Cigar Lake mine project in northern Saskatchewan.
Ottawa eyes income splitting: report
The Conservative government is reported to be considering bringing in income splitting for Canadians, a move that could cost Ottawa about $5 billion in revenue, according to a published report.
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Consumer Life »

Imports sweep safe car rankings; Honda Civic most stolen vehicle
Car buyers in search of a safe and secure vehicle should check for electronic immobilizers and stability control features, according to U.S. and Canadian insurance bureaus.
4.4 million Polly Pocket toys recalled worldwide
Mattel Inc. is recalling 4.4 million Polly Pocket magnetic play sets after three children were treated in hospital with serious injuries after swallowing tiny magnets that fell off the toys.
Heelys, bows and arrows top list of worst toys
Running shoes with wheels in the heels and a bow and arrow set are among this year's 10 worst toys, according to the U.S. consumer group WATCH, World Against Toys Causing Harm.
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Sports »


Oilers, Flames resume rivalry
The latest round in the Battle of Alberta takes place Tuesday night when the Edmonton Oilers host the Calgary Flames in their third meeting this season.
Oilers ink Staios to extension
The Edmonton Oilers locked up Steve Staios on Tuesday, signing the defenceman to a four-year contract extension that will run through the 2010-11 NHL season.
Leafs win as Raycroft returns
Andrew Raycroft made 19 saves and Kyle Wellwood had a goal and an assist as the Toronto Maple Leafs doubled the New York Islanders 4-2 on Monday.
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