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28.11.2014

Crown drops charges against man convicted of first-degree murder 10 years ago

TORONTO - A Toronto man convicted of first-degree murder 10 years ago has been freed after the Crown decided against prosecuting him again.

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28.11.2014

Manitoba government counters wrongful conviction lawsuit filed by Kyle Unger

WINNIPEG - The Manitoba attorney general's office has responded to a $14.5-million lawsuit filed by Kyle Unger, who spent 14 years in prison for murder before being cleared.

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28.11.2014

No immediate decision on convicted robocaller Michael Sona's bid for bail

TORONTO - The former Conservative staffer convicted in the 2011 robocalls scandal will have to spend another few days in jail before learning if he'll be granted bail pending an appeal of his conviction.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

28.11.2014

Ontario's children and youth advocate wants more powers to investigate

TORONTO - Ontario's children and youth advocate says the Liberal government refuses to give him access to the information he needs to better protect kids at risk.

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28.11.2014

Harper announces $500 million in vaccination aid

DAKAR, Senegal - Prime Minister Stephen Harper has announced Canada will donate $500 million to a program aimed at providing vaccines for children around the world.

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