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National News

Recent National Headlines

05.03.2015

B.C. man accused of terror plot pleaded with undercover cop for explosives

VANCOUVER - A British Columbia man accused of plotting to attack the provincial legislature on Canada Day pleaded with an undercover officer to give him explosives, promising that the alleged plan was coming "from his heart."

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05.03.2015

As government considers extension, Nicholson says Canada in Iraq for long term

OTTAWA - The Harper government is laying the groundwork for what has all the appearances of an extension of Canada's combat mission against the militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

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05.03.2015

Conservative party helped piece together Duffy activities for RCMP

OTTAWA - The Conservative party helped the RCMP piece together Sen. Mike Duffy's whereabouts when he attended events with Tory MPs and candidates across Canada, details that could form part of the Crown's case when the trial opens next month.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

05.03.2015

Made-in-Canada Ebola vaccine being put to the test in 3 West African studies

TORONTO - For years scientists at Canada's National Microbiology Laboratory struggled to figure out how to test whether a vaccine developed at the Winnipeg lab would prevent people from contracting Ebola.

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05.03.2015

Suicide rate for US girls and young women continues to climb, outpacing increase for males

NEW YORK, N.Y. - The suicide rate for girls and young women in the U.S. continues to rise, at a pace far faster than for young males, health officials said Thursday.

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