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National News

Recent National Headlines

27.01.2015

Offices closed, flights cancelled throughout Maritimes as storm moves north

HALIFAX - Flights were cancelled and schools, government offices and universities throughout the Maritimes were closed Tuesday as a powerful winter storm unleashed stiff winds and brought heavy snowfall to the region.

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26.01.2015

Canada expands poultry bans involving four U.S. states as avian flu spreads

OTTAWA - The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has implemented new restrictions after more cases of avian flu were confirmed in California and Idaho.

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26.01.2015

Canada should look overseas for growth amid falling oil prices: CPPIB CEO

TORONTO - The head of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says oil's sharp decline has highlighted the need for investing internationally.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

26.01.2015

Canada finds case of H7N9 bird flu in traveller; first in North America

TORONTO - A woman from British Columbia is the first person in North America to be diagnosed with H7N9 bird flu, after apparently contracting the virus while travelling in China earlier this month, Canadian health officials said Monday.

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26.01.2015

Thalidomide survivors still hoping for funding after Ottawa misses deadline

OTTAWA - The federal NDP chastised the Conservative government on Monday for missing a deadline to provide funding to 95 thalidomide victims.

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