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National News

Recent National Headlines

01.10.2014

3 Afghan soldiers who fled for Canada fear torture, death if they return home

BATAVIA, N.Y. - Three Afghan military officers who sought refuge in Canada after taking off from a military training exercise in Massachusetts said Wednesday they were trying to escape Taliban violence at home but now face the wrath of their own government as well.

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01.10.2014

Innu warn of serious measures to get money for iron ore mining on Quebec land

MONTREAL - The Innu of Maliotenam and Schefferville say they'll use all means necessary — including civil disobedience — to make sure they are compensated by IOC-Rio Tinto for iron ore mining on their territory since 1954.

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01.10.2014

DND slashed ammo order in 2014, raising questions about prep for Iraq mission

OTTAWA - National Defence slashed its annual order of ammunition this year to save money — a revelation that raised fresh questions Wednesday about just how prepared Canada is to do battle with militants in the Middle East.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

01.10.2014

Jamie Oliver touts joys of healthy cooking and comfort food during Toronto visit

TORONTO - Jamie Oliver has been a vocal proponent for food education and healthier meals — particularly for kids — but the genial British chef still enjoys both cooking and curling up with more indulgent fare on occasion.

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01.10.2014

Ambrose, provinces, to come together to develop national dementia strategy

BANFF, Alta. - Citing the "impending loom" of a dementia health-care crisis, Health Minister Rona Ambrose and her provincial and territorial counterparts agreed Wednesday to work together to develop a national strategy to fight it.

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