Updated 7:01 pm December 17th , 2014

#TheInterview - Sony, Cineplex give into threats, cancel 'The Interview'

#TheInterview

Sony, Cineplex give into threats, cancel 'The Interview'

7:03 pm, December 17th, 2014

The cyber-terrorists have won. The movie The Interview has been pulled from all theatre screens in North America.

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Canada's economy remains stable despite drop in oil prices: Harper

Canada's economy remains stable despite drop in oil prices: Harper

5:04 pm, December 17th, 2014

Harper says the Canadian economy still looks set for long-term stability.

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Ghomeshi content removed from CBC website

Ghomeshi content removed from CBC website

5:29 pm, December 17th, 2014

The CBC is removing much of its Jian Ghomeshi content from its website.

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SUSAN SHERRING - Ottawa hospital axes nativity scene

SUSAN SHERRING

Ottawa hospital axes nativity scene

11:44 am, December 18th, 2014

A lovely Christmas tradition has been axed at the General Hospital.

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Crossing the Floor
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Elections in Canada
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Sony hackers threaten violence
Sony hackers are threatening theatres showing 'The Interview' with a 9/11-like attack. And it's working.

Threats shut down 'The Interview'
A 9/11 type threat has frightened Hollywood and theatres across the country enough to pass on screening of a controversial new film.

   
 

A torture double standard?

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CBC begins pulling Ghomeshi content

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Guess who Putin blames?

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Standing up for free filmmaking

(Most of) the world is outraged after Sony bows to ridiculous threats and scraps 'The Interview.'


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Social enterprise helps at-risk youth

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