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COVID-19 changed how we work. Will it stick? Even as more people are forced to work from home during a phase of renewed lockdowns and COPVID-19 restrictions, many businesses are trying to plan for the next steps once the pandemic subsides. Peter Armstrong - Business - | January 16

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Trudeau 'open to strengthening' international travel measures as new COVID-19 variants emerge -- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today the federal government is open to strengthening pandemic restrictions on international travel as concerns mount about Canadians travelling abroad — but suggested the government's pre-existing measures are still effective. -- Catharine Tunney -- Politics -- |

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This man owns $321M in bitcoin — but he can't access it because he lost his password -- Stefan Thomas is a bitcoin millionaire. Or, he would be if only he could remember his password. -- Radio -- - -- As It Happens

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CBC Investigates -- 1,500 flights and rising as Canadians seek sunny escapes despite surging COVID-19 crisis -- Thousands of Canadians are thumbing their noses at government advice to stay home and hopping international flights to sunny destinations even as the COVID-19 crisis worsens. Canadian air carriers operated more than 1,500 flights between Canada and 18 popular vacation spots since Oct. 1. -- Dave Seglins -- Canada

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Hidden camera reveals 'appalling' conditions in overseas PPE factory supplying Canadian hospitals, expert says -- Eric Szeto -- World -- |

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What on Earth? How carbon capture technology can add to the emissions problem - Technology & Science - | January 15 - |

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B.C. billionaire given the green light to sue Twitter over 'Pizzagate' tweets - Jason Proctor - Canada - British Columbia - | January 15 - |

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Blue Origin launches capsule to space with 'dummy' Mannequin Skywalker -- Technology & Science -- |

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Biden announces new vaccine czar, massive spending to stem COVID-19 'suffering' in U.S. -- World -- |

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Federal sickness benefit falls short of paid sick leave protections, advocates say -- Ryan Patrick Jones -- Politics

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A flying Cadillac, a COVID-19 mask with an amplifier and other tech from CES 2021 -- Business -- |

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Smaller cities suffer the economic brunt of Air Canada's pandemic exit -- Don Pittis -- Business -- |

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Canadian cannabis company Aphria eyes U.S. market as Biden presidency approaches - Business - | January 14

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Republicans face financial fallout after Capitol Hill riots -- World -- |

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U.S. jobless numbers surge as worsening COVID-19 pandemic hurts businesses -- Business -- |

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WhatsApp growth slumps after confusing privacy policy update, as rivals Signal, Telegram surge -- Business -- |

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Twitter CEO defends Trump ban, acknowledges dangerous precedent -- Technology & Science

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Air Canada cutting about 1,700 jobs as it reduces capacity in response to pandemic restrictions -- Business -- |

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Starbucks to close up to 300 locations in Canada by the end of March - January 13

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Airbnb blocking, cancelling D.C. reservations ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration -- Business

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Shares plunge, analysts scratch heads after Couche-Tard makes $25B offer for grocery chain Carrefour -- Business -- |

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Pandemic expanded online grocery shopping and delivery, but experts say in-store customers will be back - Jacqueline Hansen - Business - | January 13 - |

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Quebec restaurant files class action against 'abusive' delivery fees during pandemic - Julien Arsenault - Canada - Montreal - | January 12 - |

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YouTube suspends Trump's channel for 7 days -- World

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Canada-U.S. border to remain closed until at least Feb. 21 -- Politics -- |

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