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National News

Recent National Headlines

25.07.2014

Prominent international legal group raps Harper over Supreme Court feud

TORONTO - An international group of judges and lawyers is condemning Prime Minister Stephen Harper for unfairly criticizing the chief justice of the Supreme Court.

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25.07.2014

Six injured after car runs into Costco store in London, Ont.;child in critical condition

LONDON, Ont. - Police say six people have been injured, including a child who is in critical condition, after a vehicle crashed through the front doors of a Costco store in London, Ont.

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25.07.2014

When parking goes wrong: Cranbrook, B.C., man creates bumper car chaos

CRANBROOK, B.C. - A disoriented driver in southeastern British Columbia is accused of causing more than his fair share of mayhem after losing control in a parking lot in Cranbrook.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

25.07.2014

Ottawa calls for proposals to improve prescribing of opioids, other abused drugs

TORONTO - Ottawa has issued a national call for proposals to improve prescribing practices for opioids and other drugs that pose a high risk of abuse or addiction.

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24.07.2014

Blood thinner ineffective in preventing pregnancy complications from clots: study

TORONTO - Pregnant women with clotting disorders are often prescribed a challenging and cringe-inducing treatment — daily doses of a blood-thinner injected into the abdomen — in a bid to prevent a miscarriage or other complications. But a long-term clinical trial has found that the widely used therapy is ineffective in most cases and puts women through unnecessary pain.

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