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High school teachers on strike in Sudbury, Oshawa & Peel & threatening to walk out in Ottawa & 3 other districts say their strike is primarily about opposing larger class sizes. Do you believe they are fighting for their students, or for themselves?

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04.05.2015

Liberals win P.E.I. election, but Tories gain and Greens make history

CHARLOTTETOWN - Rookie politician Wade MacLauchlan has led his Liberal party to a majority victory in Prince Edward Island, where voters decided Monday to grant a third consecutive term to a government repeatedly accused during the campaign of undermining public trust.

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04.05.2015

Feds: Omar Khadr bail threatens prisoner-transfer system; poses 'undue' risk

EDMONTON - Granting bail to former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr while he appeals his war crimes conviction in the United States threatens the entire system of international prisoner transfers, the federal government argues in new court filings.

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04.05.2015

B.C. firefighters return from grim devastation of Nepal earthquake

RICHMOND, B.C. - On their third day in earthquake-stricken Nepal, a bus of volunteer firefighters wound around hills and hairpin turns on a makeshift single-lane road through rural villages pancaked by the disaster.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

04.05.2015

Family: Teens still in critical condition 6 weeks after Caribbean resort pesticide poisoning

Two Delaware teenagers sickened by a banned pesticide that was sprayed at the Caribbean resort where they were staying are still in critical condition more than six weeks later, their family said Monday.

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04.05.2015

Water supplies dwindling as First Nation scrambles to fix broken ferry

SHOAL LAKE, Ont. - A reserve under one of Canada's longest boil-water advisories is scrambling to fix its broken ferry after being cut off from the outside world.

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