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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Crypto coins The National for October 18, 2019 | CBC News

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Crypto coins On the edge: tight riding races put some top Liberal cabinet ministers...

Some of the most closely watched races on election night will be in ridings where high-profile cabinet ministers are on the ballot — and at risk of losing their seats. This unpredictable campaign has put several Liberal ministers in tight races, fighting for their political careers.One of those battles is being waged by long-time party stalwart and…

Crypto coins How does climate change affect the fall colours? One researcher aims to...

Lynsay Spafford trekked through thick brush, sinking in mud and pushing back tree branches, as she made her way toward her research station near Whycocomagh, N.S., on Cape Breton Island. There, she collected images from one of 13 cameras she's set up at various sites around the province, capturing six images per day of 300 trees.…

Crypto coins A round-up of federal party platforms – and CBC’s platform fact checks...

Party platforms play a huge role in helping many voters make up their minds in time for election day. They offer a direct look at each party's priorities and explain how they would try to achieve them. All six major parties have published platforms, though some waited until later into the campaign than others to do so.  This was the first…

Crypto coins What your car knows about you — and what it’s telling others...

For generations, marketers told us one can learn a lot about a person from the car they drive. Now, it's the cars that can tell manufacturers a lot about the people who drive them.   Many drivers may not know it, but the latest in connected car technology in their new ride isn't just improving their comfort and safety. It may also be logging — and…

Crypto coins Young Canadians are getting out the vote – even if they can’t...

Dania Qasem has been spending upwards of 40 hours a week working on the re-election campaign of Chandra Arya, the federal Liberal candidate in Nepean, Ont. But on Oct. 21, Qasem will not be voting.  That's because she's only 16 years old. Qasem is not alone. Across the country, local campaigns are increasingly drawing minors into…

Crypto coins How Alexandre Bissonnette — and other mass shooters — could be stopped...

Alexandre Bissonnette's attack on a Quebec City mosque in 2017 that left six people dead could and should have been prevented, an investigation by The Fifth Estate suggests. Threat assessment experts have found there are tell-tale signs before perpetrators take action, and that there are often events that trigger the violence."Are [mass shootings] preventable? Absolutely,"…

Crypto coins Kinsella consulting firm worked to ‘seek and destroy’ Bernier’s PPC party: documents...

Warren Kinsella's Daisy Group consulting firm was behind a social media campaign to put the People's Party of Canada on the defensive and keep leader Maxime Bernier out of the federal leaders' debates, according to documents provided to CBC News. The documents outline the work done by several employees of Daisy on behalf of an…

GOP debate co-chair rejects claim of bias against Trump

The line seemed to echo many of Trump’s complaints about the national news media, and reflect the president’s ongoing resistance to exposing himself to critical questioning, whether by avoiding traditional news conferences and formal news briefings, or by favoring interviewers from conservative TV shows and outlets. Hewitt revisited his argument that the debates are biased…

Trump campaign embraces Mulvaney’s explosive ‘Get over it’ comment

“I have news for everybody: Get over it. There’s going to be political influence in foreign policy,” Mulvaney told reporters on Thursday. Mulvaney’s headline-generating performance during the 40-minute briefing seemingly landed him in hot water. He issued a statement five hours later walking back his comments and condemning the press for “misconstruing” his words after…

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