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01.02.2015

Foreign Affairs Minister Baird talks with Egypt about Mohamed Fahmy case

OTTAWA - Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird says he's in touch with his Egyptian counterpart and is hopeful Egyptian-Canadian Mohamed Fahmy will be released from jail soon.

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01.02.2015

Saskatchewan RCMP are investigating wrong-number call about a snowmobile crash

CARROT RIVER, Sask. - Mounties and citizens are searching the trails around a northern Saskatchewan community after a woman got a wrong-number phone call from someone who claimed she crashed her snowmobile.

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01.02.2015

As Canadian politicians focus on the 'middle class,' who are they talking to?

OTTAWA - Canada's middle class is the darling of doting politicians everywhere — the focus of a growing list of election promises, the subject of endless speeches, the precious vote-rich prize whose support can make or break a political party in this year's federal election.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

30.01.2015

Public sector workers' right to strike protected by Constitution: Supreme Court

OTTAWA - A divided Supreme Court of Canada has raised the bar for Ottawa and the provinces in their dealings with public sector employees by affirming the right to strike as constitutionally protected.

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30.01.2015

Permit for Nova Scotia pulp mill tightens emissions, effluent over five years

HALIFAX - Northern Pulp Nova Scotia Corp. says it will appeal a renewed industrial permit issued today by the provincial Environment Department.

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