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France has started air strikes against ISIL fighters in Iraq, joining the US. Australians have committed 600 troops & several jets. Britain so far has not joined the air strikes. Canada’s commitment is 70 Special Forces advisers. Is this enough?

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National News

Recent National Headlines

21.09.2014

B.C. teachers strike fosters engagement from students and parents

VANCOUVER - Many parents and students in B.C. are relieved school is finally starting on Monday after three weeks of delay, and some say there is even a silver lining to the provincewide teachers strike.

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21.09.2014

After 32-day campaign on jobs, New Brunswick voters to polls Monday

FREDERICTON - After a 32-day election campaign fought largely on jobs, voters in New Brunswick decide Monday between a Liberal plan to turn the economy around through government stimulus or a Progressive Conservative promise to allow greater development of the province's natural resources.

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21.09.2014

Suzuki national tour to push environmental rights kicks off in St. John's, N.L.

ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - David Suzuki says it's likely his last major campaign and it won't be another bullhorn protest but a much higher goal: to enshrine clean air and water in the Charter of Rights.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

21.09.2014

Manitoba Appeal Court to hear case of man who died waiting for ER care

WINNIPEG - The family of a man who died during a 34-hour wait in a hospital emergency room is asking Manitoba's highest court to rule his charter rights were violated.

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20.09.2014

Abortion-rights activists push for change in New Brunswick ahead of election

MONTREAL - Abortion-rights activists in Montreal denounced the lack of access to abortion in New Brunswick ahead of Monday's election in the Maritime province.

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