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30.08.2015

Thousands still without power in southwest B.C. after brutal windstorm

VANCOUVER - Hydro crews continue working to reconnect tens of thousands of customers who lost power as a windstorm swept across southwestern British Columbia.

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30.08.2015

B.C. LNG industry will increase fracking-caused earthquakes: expert

VANCOUVER - If the liquefied natural gas industry proceeds as the British Columbia government hopes, there could be five times as many fracking-caused earthquakes, warns one expert.

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30.08.2015

Harper should take a break from campaign to help jailed Canadian Fahmy: NDP, Liberals

MONTREAL - Stephen Harper's political opponents are calling on the prime minister to take time off the campaign trail and concentrate on securing the release of jailed Canadian journalist Mohammed Fahmy.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

30.08.2015

No surgery required: Study says tiny wireless pacemaker OK; doctors reluctant to use it widely

LONDON - A tiny, wireless pacemaker could offer some heart patients a surgery-free alternative to the traditional devices, a new study says. Some doctors, however, say there are lingering safety questions and warned patients not to rush to get the new technology.

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29.08.2015

Harper pledges renewal of cancer agency's mandate, funding if re-elected

OTTAWA - A quiet day on the federal election campaign saw the Conservatives promise to continue funding an agency devoted to combating cancer while the Liberals and New Democrats talked about repealing Conservative citizenship and terrorism laws.

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