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  1. Canada committed Tuesday to a second, expanded program to increase the participation of women in United Nations peacekeeping missions — but made no mention of an unfulfilled commitment to deliver a quick-reaction force of soldiers for international peace operations. View the full article
  2. Your once-in-a-lifetime chance to see a green comet named C/2021 A1 (a.k.a. Leonard) is here. Astronomy experts, including the comet’s discoverer, offer some tips on when and how to see the comet. View the full article
  3. Canada’s Senate unanimously agreed on Tuesday to fast-track a Liberal government bill to ban the discredited practice of conversion therapy. View the full article
  4. Ontario Provincial Police announced Tuesday it had charged 31-year-old Matthew Philbert following a 23-month investigation that also involved the RCMP, the FBI and Europol. View the full article
  5. Several Amazon.com Inc services, including Prime Video, its namesake e-commerce website and applications that use Amazon Web Services (AWS) were down for thousands of users around the world on Tuesday. View the full article
  6. The retreat of glaciers in the Pacific mountains of British Columbia and Alaska could produce thousands of kilometres of potential new salmon habitat, a study led by researchers at Simon Fraser University shows. View the full article
  7. One of the suspected killers of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was arrested at Roissy airport near Paris on Tuesday as he was about to board a flight to Saudi Arabia, several sources said. View the full article
  8. Vice-Admiral Haydn Edmundson, the military's former commander in charge of military human resources, has been charged with sexual assault and committing indecent acts. View the full article
  9. Government officials in Burundi say 38 inmates have been killed and dozens more injured in a prison fire in Gitega, the country's political capital. View the full article
  10. The Liberal government has tabled legislation to eliminate mandatory minimum penalties for a number of tobacco, firearms and drug offences. View the full article
  11. China's ambassador to Canada said today that denying Huawei Technologies access to Canada's next-generation 5G wireless network would send a "very wrong signal" — raising the diplomatic stakes for the Trudeau government as it prepares to issue a decision on the file. View the full article
  12. For over 15 years, historian Kathy Grant has been researching Canada's Black soldiers, who often faced racism and mostly served in a segregated unit. Last month, Grant launched a new website to share their photos and stories. View the full article
  13. This year's list, compiled by the U.S. Captioning Company, identifies the words that proved most challenging for newsreaders and people on television to pronounce. View the full article
  14. Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald said today an Indigenous delegation is postponing a trip to the Vatican planned for next week due to concerns about the omicron variant — but sources also have told CBC News a final decision has not yet been made. View the full article
  15. Four Conservative MPs have been absent from the House of Commons since it passed a motion tightening the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy, with Leader Erin O'Toole refusing to say why. View the full article
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