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National News

Recent National Headlines

16.09.2014

Kenney: Foreign workers overhaul a success as applications plummet

OTTAWA - Employment Minister Jason Kenney says there's been a significant decrease in applications for temporary foreign workers since the government announced an overhaul of the troubled program earlier this year.

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16.09.2014

TD Bank CEO says Ottawa should tighten lending rules to avoid future troubles

TORONTO - TD Bank (TSX:TD) chief executive Ed Clark says the federal government needs to do more to ensure Canadians aren't taking on more debt than they can handle.

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16.09.2014

Defining 'non-combat deployment' in fight with ISIL a tricky proposition: expert

OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper says 69 special forces soldiers have been sent to northern Iraq to advise and assist local forces in the fight against the militants known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

16.09.2014

Smoke clears as crews quench long-smouldering 'dumpcano' garbage fire in Iqaluit

IQALUIT, Nunavut - A long-smouldering dump fire in Iqaluit, dubbed the "dumpcano," is finally out.

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16.09.2014

Cord blood donor found for Quebec woman battling leukemia for a second time

MONTREAL - Doctors say they have found an umbilical cord for a Quebec woman who is battling leukemia for a second time.

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