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National News

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17.09.2014

Today on the Hill: Ukraine's Petro Poroshenko speaks to Parliament, meets PM

OTTAWA - Though it just got back to business, the House of Commons will take a bit of a break today to welcome the arrival of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, who will address Parliament this afternoon.

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17.09.2014

Retired Montreal Cardinal Jean-Claude Turcotte in hospital

MONTREAL - Retired Montreal Cardinal Jean-Claude Turcotte remains in hospital being treated for an unspecified illness.

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17.09.2014

A new peace? Longest deal in decades could end lengthiest B.C. teachers' strike

VANCOUVER - British Columbia's long-warring government and teachers' union have made unprecedented educational labour peace with a six-year collective agreement wrought through months of embittered strike action and a final six-day sprint to settlement.

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Health News

Recent Health Headlines

17.09.2014

Doctors set to provide update on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's health today

TORONTO - Doctors are set to provide an update on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's health today, a full week after he was diagnosed with an abdominal tumour.

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16.09.2014

Regina dental patients going to Alberta because of long wait lists for surgery

REGINA - Some residents of Regina are travelling to Alberta to have oral surgery rather than put up with dental pain for up to a year because of long wait lists.

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