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National News

Recent National Headlines

22.09.2014

Manitoba Appeal Court hears case of man who died waiting for ER care

WINNIPEG - The family of a man who died during a 34-hour wait in a Winnipeg emergency room is asking Manitoba's highest court to reinstate its lawsuit against a health authority.

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22.09.2014

Ex-Quebec deputy premier Normandeau says federal Liberals have approached her

OTTAWA - A spokesman for Nathalie Normandeau says the federal Liberals have approached the ex-deputy premier about running for them in eastern Quebec.

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22.09.2014

Polls open in New Brunswick after 32-day campaign on jobs, economy

FREDERICTON - The polls opened in New Brunswick on Monday after a 32-day election campaign that asked voters to decide between a Liberal plan to turn the economy around through government stimulus or a Progressive Conservative promise to allow greater development of the province's natural resources.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

22.09.2014

Unprecedented injuries from WWI spawned medical advances still used today

It's said that necessity is the mother of invention and nowhere was that more true than on the blood-soaked battlefields of the First World War, where millions of soldiers suffered horrific injuries on a scale never before witnessed in combat.

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22.09.2014

Officials close Edmonton hospital ER department over possible contagious illness

EDMONTON - Health officials have temporarily closed the emergency department of one of Edmonton's main hospitals over fears of a "potential contagious illness."

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