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Nano Satellite
 
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Metis Identity
 
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Farmer Fight
 
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WTO Seals
 
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In Geneva, the world trade organization (WTO) is hearing challenges from Canada and Norway to EU ban on products made from seals killed during the Canadian commercial seal hunt. Many other countries including the U.S. and Russia, ban seal hunt products from Canada. Al-Jazeera Daniel Lak reports. Cameraman-Editor: Andre A. Khalil
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HockeyTown USA
 
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Canada tour decodes Free Mason secrets
 
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An unusual tour has become popular in the Canadian city of Winnipeg. Since 2010, thousands of visitors have been learning about an infamous secret society and coded messages from the distant past. Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports from Winnipeg. Cameraman/Editor: Andre A. Khalil
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Nexen
 
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Canada Space Program
 
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The man whose fame is practically out of this world has landed back on Earth. Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield has spent the last 5 months on the International Space Station. His popularity surged as he made videos on topics ranging from what to eat in outerspace to songs and philosophical musings. Hadfield landed in a Soyuz capsule together with his Russian and US crew just under an hour ago in Kazakhastan. He may be the last Canadian astronaut in space for some time. As Daniel Lak reports, budget cuts mean that his country's space programme faces an uncertain future. Cameraman/Editor: Andre A. Khalil "HSP"
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The Spirit Of Christmas Part-1
 
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The students of the arabic school of "Our Lady Of Lebanon Parish" Toronto, Canada present to you: "The Spirit Of Christmas" Through music, dance and drama concert, SATURDAY, DEC. 7TH AT 6:00 PM.
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Army and al-Qaeda face off in Yemen's south
 
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In Yemen, troops say they have taken back more of Zinjibar which has been under the control of al-Qaeda fighters for more than a year now. Government forces and al-Qaeda linked fighters have been caught in battles in Yemen's Southern Province. Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra sent this exclusive report from the frontline in Zinjibar. Cameraman-Editor: Andre A. Khalil
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Canada train plot suspects appear in court
 
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Two men charged in Canada with plotting an attack on a passenger train have appeared in separate courts while Iran reacted angrily to police accusations that the plotters were backed by al-Qaeda elements in Iran. Raed Jaser, 35, of Toronto and Chiheb Esseghaier, 30, of Montreal appeared in court on Tuesday after being arrested in separate raids and charged one day earlier. Jaser arrived at the procedural hearing in Toronto's Old City Hall courthouse, but details of the hearing were covered by a publication ban. Jaser, who denied any involvement, was detained and would return for a bail hearing at a later date, his lawyer, John Norris, told reporters. "He denies the allegations and he will vigorously defend them," Norris said outside the court, describing Jaser as being in a state of "shock and disbelief". 'Only appearances' Esseghaier, a Tunisian-born doctoral student at a Montreal-area university, appeared at a Montreal court, handcuffed and in shackles. He told the judge that conclusions had been drawn from deeds and words "that are only appearances". Esseghaier was remanded in custody until an arrest warrant is executed and endorsed in Quebec. Canadian authorities have linked the two to al-Qaeda factions in Iran but they say there is no indication that the attack plans, which police described as the first known al-Qaeda-backed plot on Canadian soil, were state-sponsored. US officials said the attack would have targeted a rail line between New York and Toronto, a route that travels along the Hudson Valley into New York wine country and enters Canada near Niagara Falls. Iran reacted angrily to being tied to the arrests. Canada last year severed diplomatic ties over what it said was Iran's support for terrorist groups, as well as its nuclear programme and its hostility towards Israel. "Al-Qaeda in Iran, it is a sheer lie, a scandalous lie that surprised me," Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said according to the Fars News Agency
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