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National News

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16.09.2014

NewsAlert: Gone with the wind: Alberta to sell government air fleet

EDMONTON - Alberta Premier Jim Prentice says the province's controversial fleet of airplanes is up for sale.

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16.09.2014

B.C. teachers, employers reach tentative deal

RICHMOND, B.C. - A marathon bargaining session with the help of a master mediator has resulted in a tentative contract that could end British Columbia's bitter teachers' strike and allow half a million students to start their school year.

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16.09.2014

Children's advocate wants Saskatchewan foster homes to be licensed

REGINA - Saskatchewan's children's advocate is calling on the provincial government to require all foster homes in the province to be licensed.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

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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16.09.2014

Unions launch court challenge against Nova Scotia law that ended nurses strike

HALIFAX - A group of unions has banded together to launch a legal challenge against a Nova Scotia law that ended a strike by 2,400 nurses in Halifax in April.

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