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22.08.2014

Agriculture dominates second day of prime minister's northern tour

FORT SMITH, N.W.T. - Prime Minister Stephen Harper is on the second leg of his annual visit to Canada's North, armed with initiatives to promote fresh food production in the region.

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22.08.2014

Member complaints prompt NB Law Society to review Trinity Western accreditation

VANCOUVER - The Law Society of New Brunswick will hold a special meeting next month to review its decision to accredit a controversial law school proposed in British Columbia.

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22.08.2014

Montana state loses witness in Ronald Smith's attempt to fight death sentence

CALGARY - The loss of a witness on behalf of the state of Montana could have an impact on Canadian Ronald Smith's attempt to avoid death by lethal injection.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

22.08.2014

CDC director to visit health officials, hospitals in West Africa nations hit by Ebola outbreak

NEW YORK, N.Y. - A top U.S. health official plans to travel to West Africa to see firsthand how the Ebola outbreak is unfolding.

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22.08.2014

Man plans to swim from New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island and back

A Vancouver man is planning to swim from New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island and back on Saturday, an expedition he says was inspired by his father who was diagnosed with a severe form of arthritis.

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