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NATIONAL NEWS

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08.02.2016

Canada's bombing mission over by Feb. 22; training mission to triple

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08.02.2016

Winter storm forecast causing closures, travel changes in Atlantic Canada

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08.02.2016

Dad who starved, drowned daughter found charred in suitcase gets life

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HEALTH NEWS

Recent Health Headlines

07.02.2016

Years after homeless man's death, new sobering centre planned in Vancouver

VANCOUVER - Health officials in Vancouver are planning a new "sobering centre" seven years after it was recommended by an inquiry into the death of a severely intoxicated homeless man, but some advocates and family members say it still falls short.

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05.02.2016

Brazil considers reforming biosecurity law amid criticism

RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazilian officials will soon decide whether to amend the South American nation's rigid procedures for sharing Zika samples, the Cabinet chief's spokeswoman said Friday, as officials announced that they were sending a set of samples to U.S. researchers amid complaints of hoarding.

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  • What You Need to Know for Monday, February 8

    Bombing mission ends in weeks

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada's fighter jets will end their fight against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria within the next two weeks. Canadian bombs will stop falling by Feb. 22, but the complement of military personnel in the region will climb to 830 - up from the current 650 - and will provide planning, targeting and intelligence expertise. The size of Canada's ``train, advise and assist'' mission will also triple, including additional medical personnel and equipment including small arms, ammunition and optics to assist in training Iraqi security forces.

    Chief wants to know more about pot plan

    Ottawa's Police Chief is calling on the federal government to clarify how and when it plans to legalize marijuana. Charles Bordeleau says police are noticing more confusion and chaos since the Liberals promised to legalize the drug. Liberal MP Bill Blair says the government does not want to be rushed. Read More